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you sure he's asleep. >> yes, exactly. more tonight, breaking news. the new abc news tracking poll. just as we come on the air tonight. the shift in this race in just one week. the new numbers for clinton and trump. breaking news tonight in new york city. two police officers shot. answering the call of a home invasion. one dead. images coming in from the scene. also tonight, another horrific discovery. first, the woman kidnapped, missing for months. chained in a storage shed. tonight, what authorities have now found. the explosive new video. an african-american man, and the takedown, the police k9. authorities now say they had the wrong man. and the abc news investigation. the home appliances. some exploding, blowing apart. and now tonight, the major recall.
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good evening. we begin with several breaking stories. first, the race for president. the new abc news tracking poll just out tonight. hillary clinton, the full-court press with bernie sanders overnight. pharrell on the right. her effort to reach young voters, and minorities who could very well decide the race. and another big name for her tonight. and donald trump out as well, his children out across the country, as he barnstorms the battlegrounds. and here are the new numbers. hillary clinton, 47%, donald trump, 43%. a very tight race. cecilia vega leading us off. >> reporter: hillary clinton invited the man she calls a real billionaire to pittsburgh to take on donald trump, and that's exactly what mark cuban did. >> do we want somebody who ripped off hard-working americans? >> no! >> reporter: clinton asking the crowd to help convince undecided
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voters, even those who may not like her. >> please, ask them to search their heart about what kind of country we want for our kids and grandkids. it's not as important that they think about voting for me, as it is that they think about voting for themselves. >> reporter: overnight, clinton acknowledging this election is making america sick. >> i know there are a lot of people who are upset about what's gone on in the campaign, aren't there? people come and talk to me. i've had people say they can't sleep, their stomachs are bothering them, they have headaches. and i think that's an important signal, because this is a big decision. >> reporter: her army of top surrogates fanning out across the map. bernie sanders in iowa. vice president joe biden in wisconsin.
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and president obama in north carolina mincing no words about donald trump's own words. >> who calls women pigs, dogs, and slobs. the problem is, he's done it so much that it's become almost normal. it's like, suddenly, reality tv has entered into the race for the presidency. >> that's not right. >> it's not even "survivor" or "the bachelorette." it's like some "love and hip-hop" stuff. >> reporter: the president telling voters -- >> she's my friend. i trust her. >> reporter: bill clinton joining in the fray in colorado, going after melania trump's speech against online bullying. >> we must treat each other with respect and kindness. >> i've never felt so bad for anybody in my life, as i did for his wife, going out, giving a speech, saying, oh,
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cyberbullying is a terrible thing. i thought, yeah, especially if it's done at 3:00 a.m. against a former miss universe by a guy running for president. >> reporter: in this final weekend, clinton's well-oiled political machine out in force. nearly 1 million volunteers making calls and knocking on doors. and to encourage young voters, she's calling on her famous friends from pharrell to jay-z. thousands lined up for a ticket, distributed not at all by chance right next to a polling site. one-stop shopping for people like marcellus, who picked up his ticket and then went to vote. >> and cecilia vega with us from cleveland. jay-z and a concert for clinton tonight. and they're saying there are some surprise guests? they're trying to pull out the stops with one weekend left? >> reporter: the campaign says
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lebron james will not be there. but the big question, is the surprise guest beyonce? hillary clinton needs to reach as many people as she possibly can to get them to the polls. she's convinced the way to do that is with the star power here tonight. david? >> cecilia vega, thank you. and this is all about the battlegrounds. which is why clinton will be in ohio tonight. donald trump already in ohio, his numbers showing strength there. he needs ohio and several other swing states to break through any clinton firewall. trump visiting ten states in three days now. tom llamas is with the trump campaign. >> reporter: tonight, donald trump landing in battleground ohio. putting this question to the crowd of cheering fans. >> who has voted? whoa. not great. but you're saving it for november 8th, i think, right? it's all right. you want to be traditional, right? >> reporter: trump on a sprint to the finish.
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planning to hit ten states in three days. his children out there as well, speaking to smaller audiences. and overnight in north carolina, trump drawing a crowd of more than 17,000. surrounding himself with decorated veterans, and attacking hillary clinton. >> you know, when i look at these great admirals and these great generals and these great medal of honor recipients behind me. to think of her being their boss, i don't think so. and you know, they're incredible patriots, they would never say a thing, but i know what they're thinking. it's not for them, believe me. >> reporter: but as the clock winds down, trump spreading a bogus story that first appeared on fox news. a false report that the fbi was investigating the clinton foundation and would likely indict hillary clinton. >> they believe they will
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continue to, likely, an indictment. >> reporter: trump ripping the headline and running with it. >> there is more breaking news that i would like to share with you right now. the fbi agents say their investigation is likely to yield an indictment. >> reporter: but the story was soon discredited. still, trump's campaign manager kellyanne conway, unfazed when asked if he would correct the record. >> well, the damage is done to hillary clinton. no matter how it's being termed. >> reporter: today, fox news anchor brett baier apologized for reporting an indictment was likely, saying, "it was a mistake and for that i'm sorry." but trump, still pushing the discredited story. >> hillary is now facing major problems with perjury. the fbi agents say their investigation is likely to yield perhaps an indictment. >> reporter: today at a trump rally in new hampshire, another sign of just how ugly the race has gotten, this crass joke from former new hampshire governor john sununu.
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>> do you think bill was referring to hillary when he said, "i did not have sex with that woman"? >> and tom llamas with us live in pennsylvania. we saw the big concert for clinton tonight. trump is aware the president has been out for hillary clinton. he's criticized that. he's counting on his surrogates in the final days. >> reporter: that's right. sarah palin was there for trump in the primaries and one of the debates. and now she will be campaigning in michigan and north carolina. the race so tight in north carolina, trump needs to win that state. and michigan, if he were to win there, it would be a huge upset. >> tom, four days left to go. on election night, our coverage begins with "world news tonight." and at 7:00 p.m. eastern, i'll be with george and our political team. we'll be here all night long, as long as it takes.
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and there's late word this evening of a deadly police shootout in new york city. a police sergeant killed, another officer wounded. authorities say gunfire erupting as the officers were responding to a call for help. david wright with the images coming in now. >> reporter: police say the suspect was attempting to rob a woman he knew and fled the scene. police officers in pursuit. >> cops were going by. then the shots were going. >> i thought the shots were fireworks. >> reporter: the suspect crashed his car and shot one of the two sergeants at point-blank range. one sergeant later died of his wounds. >> a loss. a very good man. a devoted man. a man who committed his life to protecting all of us. >> reporter: the other officer wounded was shot in the leg, but he's expected to make a full recovery. david? >> david, thank you. now to south carolina, and to new horror revealed in the
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case of the rescued woman, held captive for months. chained inside a storage container. police returning to the scene today, discovering human remains on the property. the suspect, a realtor, in court today. eva pilgrim on why authorities say this might not be the end of it. >> reporter: tonight, a grisly find in these south carolina woods. an unidentified body, and the search for more victims. convicted sex offender todd kolhepp appearing in court today. >> the charge that i have before you today is kidnapping. >> reporter: charged in the kidnapping of kala brown, held captive for two months. just rescued from a shipping container on his property. >> she witnessed the defendant shoot charles david carver. >> reporter: brown telling police her boyfriend charles carver, who disappeared with her in late august, was killed by the suspect. police zeroed in on this rural area after tracing brown's last cell phone pings to a nearby tower. they heard desperate banging from a shipping container during a search of kolhepp's property.
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brown was found inside a second metal crate, chained by the neck and the ankle. tonight, the 30-year-old, who recently cleaned homes for the local real estate agent, is now recovering in the hospital. the suspect's mother telling abc news today, "just shoot me. that's all i can say. i'm so, so sorry. i just can't believe this." david, kolhepp has not yet entered a plea in this case. but the solicitor says he was convicted as a teenager of kidnapping and rape. police will be searching here through the weekend. david? >> eva, thank you. and in st. paul, minnesota, outrage over a police takedown involving officers, a police dog, and an unarmed man. video showing the man being kicked by an officer, and then bitten by the dog. it turns out, they had the wrong man. clayton sandell, on the police chief apologizing tonight. >> reporter: this video shows a man taken down and attacked by a police dog.
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and then repeatedly kicked by other officers in st. paul, minnesota. >> [ bleep ]! >> i'm disappointed and upset by what the video shows, and profoundly saddened. >> reporter: internal affairs reports say one officer was too quick to release his dog on frank baker, who was cooperating and was unarmed. is the dog attacks for over a minute. the injuries kept baker in the hospital for two weeks. >> [ bleep ]! >> reporter: the k9 officer got a 30-day suspension. the other five officers are being investigated. tonight, baker says he appreciates the chief's apology. but baker's attorney tells me he's still planning on suing the city. david? >> clayton, thanks.
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overseas, tonight, growing questions about three american service members killed in jordan. the pentagon says they were shot in their vehicle while approaching a gate. investigators are looking at whether the incident may have been a misunderstanding. and dramatic images coming in from iraq today. militant fighters setting more than a dozen oil wells on fire just south of mosul. thick clouds of smoke filling the sky, blocking out the sun. thousands of families affected by the flames. struggling to breathe. iraqi troops backed by the u.s. are battling the free the city from isis control. back here at home tonight, and to new jersey. the bombshell jury verdict hitting close to home for one of donald trump's top surrogates. two former allies of chris christie convicted in the so-called bridge gate scandal. jamming traffic on the george washington bridge connecting to new jersey. it was all about a political rival. the verdict coming as christie was scheduled to hit the campaign trail for trump tomorrow. we've now learned he will not.
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here's ryan smith. >> reporter: tonight, emotions running high as two officials formerly linked to new jersey governor chris christie are convicted in a plot to cause this massive traffic jam on the world's busiest bridge. ex-christie aide bridget ann kelly, choking back tears as the possibility of prison hangs over her head. >> no, bridget's not right now, we have to get home to family. >> reporter: a jury finding her and another bridge gate architect, bill baroni, guilty on nine criminal counts, including conspiracy and fraud. for orchestrating lane closures with ambulances stuck. all in the name of political payback for a new jersey mayor who didn't support christie's 2013 re-election campaign. christie was never charged. but in the trial, multiple witnesses said he was told of the lane closures long before the time frame he's acknowledged.
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governor christie in a statement denying he had prior knowledge of the lane closures. saying i will set the record straight in the coming days. and both defendants saying they will appeal. david? >> ryan, thank you. there's still much more ahead on "world news tonight" this friday. the abc news investigation that revealed washing machines blowing apart. the major recall. after those washing machines turned dangerous. also tonight, the star singer making a heartbreaking announcement. what michael buble has revealed about his family. and the biggest cruise ship in the world, set to arrive at an american port. and tonight, we take you right inside. and tonight, we take you right inside. found a missing piece ed to my doctor and in my asthma treatment with breo. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine,
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>> reporter: tonight, images of destroyed washing machines leading to that unprecedented recall of 2.8 million machines. melissa thaxton says her four year old son was right next to her when the washer exploded. >> i just remember covering my head and leaning over towards my son and just screaming. >> reporter: the consumer product safety commission has reports of 730 toploading samsung machines blowing apart when operating at high speeds. at least nine reports of injuries. we're looking at parents with their children right there in close proximity. >> i do the laundry in my family. i've got two young boys. this would scare the heck out of me. >> reporter: samsung now telling abc news, "our priority is to minimize any safety risk and address the conditions that lead to the rare instance when the top of the washer unexpectedly separates from the unit." and david, 34 toploading models sold since 2011 are affected. and samsung says it will repair them for free, help replace them
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lot. wayne freedman is live. wayne? >> reporter: detectives are looking into every detail. his last few days, his last few hours, who did he know? who was he friends with? what is bothering him? >> today, they looked for a murder weapon. what kind? they won't say. >> the coroner knows the cause of death. it's a certain detail that will hamper the investigation. >> police investigate, a community grieves. kimberly was 18 years old, a graduate of rafrnlo cotadi high school. counsellors helped students and staff today. >> he was a very nice young

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