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>> back in 2008, i won north carolina by 14,000 votes, that's about two votes per precinct. two votes the other way, i would have lost north carolina. how can you say your vote doesn't count? each of you could swing an entire precinct for hillary if you vote. >> reporter: in florida, vice president joe biden turning the focus back to donald trump.
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have you ever heard anybody ever talk as much about and be so preoccupied with women's bodies? this guy doesn't deserve to be president by any account. he really doesn't. >> reporter: and vouching for clinton. >> we've been friends for a long time. look, she not only gets it, she'll finish the job we started. >> reporter: with the polls tied, clinton is looking beyond the battlegrounds dispatching sanders to blue states, michigan and wisconsin. >> the choice is clear. >> reporter: states trump is trying to win too by appealing to white working class voters. >> not only is he going to lose on november 8th, but he and his friends, his billionaire friends, are going to start paying their fair share of taxes. >> reporter: with days to go, some clinton supporters already looking ahead to the history she could make as the nation's first
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>> i just wish my mother and dad could see all of this. >> reporter: in prescott, arizona, 102-year-old born before women had theight to vote, remembering watching her own mother vote for the very first time. >> they all came down to watch women vote. even the men were happy. >> reporter: cecilia vega, abc news, las vegas, nevada. >> what a cute woman. >> what a great, great story. >> yeah. what a beautif w >> amazing moment there. good reminder. 102 years old. born before women could vote. >> good moment for her. our thanks to cecelia there. we point out that abc's election night live team coverage starts at 7:00 p.m. eastern tuesday running through the early morning hours of the following day. hope you will join us. coming up, liberation for women in parts of iraq. the new images showing the moment a young girl was rescued
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officials. video shows police officers telling scott green to leave a high school football game after he displayed the confederate flag. you see there. green was taken into custody for the ambush-style killing of justin martin and des moines police sergeant tony beminio. mike pence stopped by the growing memorial of the two men. to mississippi now, the torching of this black church in greenville investigated as a possible hate crime. the words "vote trump" spray painted on the side of the hope world missionary baptist church. the fire chief tells the "wall street journal" the person of interest is being questioned in arson. consolidating control of mosul. going door to door looking for residence, some men are shaving the beards they were forced to grow in the isis occupation of the iraq's second largest city. women are also casting off the
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the kurdish news outlet showing filmed a young girl taking off her black facial vail after kurdish forces liberated her village. the kurds are advancing from mosul on the south. things got physical in a parliament meeting in hong kong. two politicians barred from insulting china sparked chaos scuffling with security guards, on the other handed to stay to the swearing in. when the guards tried to throw them out, supporters joined the fight, and, no, this is not a scene from our current presidential race. >> this happens in russia, in lots of places throughout the world. shocked it's nots happened in capitol hill. >> not yet. here at home, a high school in wisconsin, and exercise in driving home the danger of teenage distracted driving has sparked outrage among both students and parents. >> yeah.
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killed in a car crash, after the initial shock came the truth. here is abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: it's a morning announcement like no other. >> there's been a series of wrecks in multiple wreckless driving, and we've currently lost a handful of fellow students. >> reporter: students sitting on camera, announcing the death of four schoolmates who died in a car crash. some kids crying. >> one girl went home because she was having a panic attack. >> reporter: minutes later, the truth, students told there was no accidents. their classmates were very much those four students and parents in on the secret. turns out, the school said it was a simulation intended to teach a lesson about distracted driving and safety on the road, and some parents are fuming. one mother sounding off on facebook saying enough with the barbaric scare tactics. the superintendent says the district would like to apologize for unnecessary stress this activity caused, but, still he defends bringing awareness to a
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school officials, but it came from the student council, and a member there said it was worth it if even one life is saved. gio benitez, abc news, new york. >> students maybe don't always have the best ideas, the adults should step in. i think it's outrageous. so many people have died because of texting and driving, find the family member of someone who has been lost and talk to the students. don't play a dirty trick. i don't like it. >> it was a littlex >> boo. >> speaking of -- speaking our peace. if you have been blinded by another driver's high beams, you'll appreciate this. traffic police, this is in southern china, cracking down on drivers who forget to turn off their bright lights. >> okay. that is called torture. those caught have to stare into the police high beams for 60 seconds. oh my word. the police department describing the program on the social media page going viral, and one said a minute was too short and suggested water
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>> let's hope not. so coming up, we're going to head back out to the campaign trail. it's blazing a fiery divide right through america's schools. we're going to go back to the classroom and hear how teachers are struggling to handle this particularly bitter presidential race. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continued after this from our
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? ? we don't love to see it ? a resolution. >> a revolution. >> a revolution. what? a revolution as well. cubs winning the world series. >> it is a revolution there. presidential election is also defined as one. across the political spectrum, by both voters and those who are still too young to vote. >> particularly in the
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pennsylvania. this year's presidential race is not only a nail biter on the campaign trail but also inside the classroom. we are up all nightline in new bethlehem, pennsylvania. with terry moran. >> reporter: the real election is still six days away, but in just a few hours here at red bank valley high school, students will be casting their votes for president. it's a predominantly white community and this mock election is the culmination of a unique divisive election head on. >> i know there's teachers, i talked to them, their administration has specifically told them do not deal with the election. >> reporter: because they are so concerned about controversy. >> where better to deal with controversy than social studies. >> nice to meet you. >> how many of you know somebody who lost a job around here? who specifically? >> this ad is targeted for an
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>> i have a couple questions. >> yeah, please, do. >> that was fun, thank you. i was struck by, powerful when you asked how many of you have been affected by job loss. can i see that again? pretty much everybody. >> in these hallways, there's signs that the trump movement is strong here. keep immigrants out. a lot of make america great again. i can't tell if that's a pro or con. hard to be a hillary here. the latest poll has clinton at 48 and trump at 43. in this election -- >> and contrary to him, i don't think it's rigged. >> reporter: the teachers are working to make sure students understand how democracy works. polls are about to close. there's excitement in the air. it may be a mock election, but there's something empowering about all of this for these young people. >> campaigning.
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carefully counted and "nightline" is the first to report the results. >> hillary clinton 48 and donald trump 340. donald trump with a landslide victory here for red bank valley. bernie sanders got a write-in. the gorilla got a write in. is there anything the adult world could learn from how these kids have handled and learned about this election? >> we need adults just as engaged as them, but, also, you saw it, it's okay to agree to disagree. it's okay to be a trump fan or a hillary fan, and you can sit next to each other and get along and it's not the hatfield and mccoys where you create a rebellion. that's what makes america. we're so diverse. we're supposed to be nice. >> reporter: for "nightline" i'm terry moran, red bank valley high school. >> wow. those are trump supporters. >> they are.
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elections? >> not a single one. >> i did one in 1988.
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okay. we're back with "the mix." you're a chicago cubs fans, but how much would it be worth to be right there at progressive field in cleveland to see the cubs win? >> you know, it's all relative. >> it is all relative. >> if you're made of money, $20,000, sure. >> perhaps this guy was made of money or took out a smallo there's one chicago cubs fan who apparently paid nearly $50,000 for two tickets to last night's game seven stub hub confirming, not saying who the person was, as you see, many, many fans there celebrating in chicago. in wrigleyville. by the way, just as comparison, the medium price for game seven tickets? $1823.
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>> that i would pay. $47,000? not so much. >> 47,000, wow. her's one from my other hometown, my second hometown, london. a white rabbit hanging out near barnes bridge. this is a neighborhood in west london, a beautiful neighborhood. there he is. this white rabbit, creation of local performance artist named spike, allegedly doing this since november of 2015. why not just a rabbit? why do we have to look at colors. >> this one person tweeted, anyone see the white rabbit waving a cut outheart at 8:00 a.m. at barnes bridge yesterday or was i just hung over? >> probably hungover or probably still drunk at the same time or something else kicking in. who knows. this is interesting story. a michigan dog wins release from death row. follow me. this is the dog.
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lad, and jeb here, accused of killing the dog and sentenced to euthanasia. there was dna testing. >> falsely accused? >> that proved jeb was wrongly accused. the court ordered his release. >> he can't speak up for himself, outrageous. >> thank god for dna testing. it's saved all of the dogs. we have time for our quick kangaroo story. >> yeah. >> single kangaroo got decided to step in an rv to greet the local humans there. hello he's saying. this kangaroo seemed friendly enough, but it has to be coaxed to leave the vehicle. the father of the family achieved this by bringing the kangaroo an apple. but what happens when you see animals, right? check it out. the whole family.
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makes t he makes the play, it's over and the cubs have finally won it all! game seven in ten. can you believe it n our time, lovable losers no more after more than a century of falling short, the chicago cubs have finally won the world indians. we're going to join in the major celebration coming mup. also -- >> even though it's party time in chicago for cubbies fans, the emotional roller coaster of the game was too much to handle. see why he was channelling a news anchor from the digout.
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what a game. are you excited? are you pumped? >> yeah. i'm so pumped. go cubbies. what a game. what a night. >> what an exciting game seven. we want to show you the pictures in wrigleyville right now. even though it was life air in the early morning hours, there are people still out there. you see police keeping the piece. never before in any of our life times have we been able to see that sign that you're looking at right there. that says simpl >> world series champions since 1908. >> nobody has ever seen that. >> the curse is reversed. >> yes, it is. you see the cubs' fans, they are all out there still in wrigleyville on the north side of the city. they've been out there. they were riding a roller coaster ride throughout this game, weren't they? >> they sure were. it was incredibly stressful, i have to tell you. i have to tell you. i think some of my family members are out in that crowd
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>> so they're experiencing the joy right now of being world series champions for the first time. as we mentioned in well over a life time. >> after a nail biter of a game including a rain delay in extra innings, the cubs pulled it out, beating the cleveland indians in cleveland, final score, 8-7. they battled back the cubs after being down three games to one in the series, winning three in a row making the taste of victory >> some are saying the rain delay helped them to pull it all off. this is the moment that brought tears to some grown men. it has, of course, been a night to remember for the city of chicago. >> look at this. >> oh, man, you soak in that moment. let's get out to abc's brian who works for radio. he is in chicago, he is in wrigleyville right now with all the revelers. i have to imagine that, brian, that all the partying is still on going at this hour. >> reporter: oh, yeah.
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frustration being relieved in one night, probably a few nights i would think. once that game ended and it was stressful, just as you mentioned. it was basically a sigh of relief. there were some tears and then, of course, a roar of cheers. and that's pretty much what we've been seeing ever since. people partying, waiving flags. i just got sprayed with something, i don't know what that was. the fun continues. people are taking in front of marquee. it's just a big party and i expect it to roll well into the morning hours. >> oh, ryan, i wish i was were you are. it sounds like a lot of fun. at one point the cubs might have felt like they had it in the bag? >> reporter: 5-1 at one point. i was at murphy's bleachers. it's right behind center field at wrigley field. people were cheering.
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it was an incredible sight. then all of a sudden the hit party started with the indians. then you saw the eighth inning, the two-run home run by raja davis and things got very, very, very quiet. you throw in that 10th inning rain delay in there and people's nerves were shot. i have a feeling some people are going to go straight to the doctor tomorrow morning because their blood pressure was all over the place. it was an incredibly tense moment and the top of the 10th. they were able to finish things off. that's the explosion of joy happened. just an incredible ride for about, what, four hours there. very, very intense. >> so, brian, relive that moment when joe buck announces that the cubs are world series champions. describe some of the emotions that you saw on display, just i
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describe that moment being there in wrigleyville. >> reporter: yeah. first of all, the point leading up to that moment we saw a lot of people with their hands folded, their hands covering their face. you know, they had this feeling that steve was lurking in the corner, 2003. five outs to go, cubs getting close to winning the world series, then things unravelled. lot of people flash back to 1984. the bottom fell the people here knew it wasn't over until it was over. so when it was finally over, just an absolute relief. just a burst of cheers. interestingly enough, the televised broadcast we were watching was on a slight delay. people were listening to the radio outside far away. we heard them burst out into cheers first and then we saw the play play out. it was pretty incredible. almost like an echo effect through the streets of
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the celebration. ryan, thank you so much for joining us. >> congratulations. >> you saw that sign, it did happen, if we needed any further proof, here is the cover "the chicago tribune." >> wow. >> tomorrow morning's cover or today's cover. >> simply says at last. >> at last. congratulations, cubbies. >> of course we'll have more coverage on the cubs and the victory, especially since celebrations are on going right now at this early morning hour in the midwest, but we do want to move on to we're only about five days away from elections. and the candidates are looking to convince supporters in state after state that every vote counts. >> donald trump and hillary clinton are both heading to battleground north carolina today continuing to criss-cross the country as they each roll out an army of surrogates. our latest national poll is tighter than ever, clinton and
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trump pulled ahead in ohio thanks to his appeal of working class voters across that state. they're neck in neck in florida with a slight edge to clinton. all are within the margin of error. >> clinton was in tempe, arizona last night, one of her biggest crowds ever. clinton is hoping to win over the traditionally republican state, reminding voters that her husband was the only presidential candidate to turn arizona blue in the past 60 plus years. she is counting on support from with trump, plus every group he insulted. >> imagine having a president who demeans women, mocks the disabled, insults latinos, african-americans, muslims, p.o.w.s, who pits people against each other instead of pulling us together. >> as the race comes to a close, donald trump's entire family is out on the campaign trail.
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campaigning for the first time today, giving a speech in suburban philadelphia. trump lashed out at clinton during a rally in florida but managed to remain on topic for the second-straight day. it's your voice/your vote. more now from abc's tom llamas. >> reporter: donald trump taking florida by storm, urging supporters to fight like underdogs. >> pretend we're slightly behind. you got to get out. we don't want to blow this. >> reporter: trump election as the final heart and soul of the future of america. >> the future lies with the believers. we're asking for the vote of every american who believes truth and justice, not money and power, should rule the day. >> reporter: trump beginning this day as a family enterprise and that's how he's ending it as well. his children out campaigning in five key states. ivanka trump with three stops in north carolina, in detroit don
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message on jobs and trade. >> he wants to infuse common sense back into the equation. >> reporter: with hillary clinton's e-mails back in the headlines, trump's new appeal to democrats, it's not too late to change your mind. >> wisconsin is one of several states where you can change your early ballot if you think you've made a mistake. lot of stuff has come out since you voted. >> reporter: he is right. people who already voted in wisconsin are allowed to switch their vote, same goes for michigan and pennsylvania. it just doesn't happen that often. on "the view" kellyanne conway touting our abc news washington post poll showing trump and clinton neck in neck. >> we're loving the abc news poll. it's our favorite poll. it shows 60% of americans -- >> didn't you -- >> never me. >> will it be crooked again if he slips in the polls? are we back -- >> i think you need to get ready for something that says president elect donald j. trump. >> the campaign acknowledges he
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gap. he is still struggling with women. people are starting to hand out these pink women for trump signs. >> the media says he's losing everywhere, but this is really encouraging seeing all the people here. >> reporter: so you're motivated. >> i am. >> reporter: you're going to wake up november 9th. >> and most this country will be red like it was back when reagan won. >> reporter: this ominous image, an mississippi torched. scrolled on the word outside, vote trump. >> the trump campaign put out a statement saying that mr. trump and campaign denounced in any form and on a recent endorsement from the ku klux klan newspaper, they're calling that repulse i have, saying that newspaper, that publication does not represent the tens of millions of trump supporters now backing his campaign. tom llamas, abc news, orlando, florida. >> reminder to be sure to tune
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coverage. we'll have full reports throughout the tuesday night evening as results roll in. >> this election is feeling like game seven. coming up, more from the world series. plus our other major event last night -- >> celebrities turning out for country music's biggest night of the year. who took home top honors and the pop superstar who stole the show. we'll have a full wrapup coming up. but first, another warm day ahead for many. but first, another warm day ahead for many. "world news now" weather brought >> announcer: "world news now" weather brought to you by musinex fast max clear and cool. mu. n cooooling thing happening? it's got a menthol burst. you can feel it right away. wow, that sort of blind-sided me.
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it's been another clash between police and the pipeline protesters in north dakota. cops used pepper spray as the demonstrators tried to cross a creek on pipeline property. they wanted to pray. state regulators criticized the company for not reporting the discovery of tribal artifacts sooner. the man suspected of killing two iowa police officers had a hior and school officials. this video shows police officers telling scott michael green to leave a high school football game after he displayed the confederate flag. green was taken into custody yesterday for the ambush-style killings of justin martin and police sergeant tony beminio. republican vice presidential candidate mike pence was among those who stopped by the growing memorial for the two men. attorneys for bill cosby say
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can't take part in his own defense. that's another reason why they say the sexual assault charge against cosby should be thrown out of court. the lawyers claim cosby was a political pawn by the district attorney in pennsylvania. if the charges stand, cosby is set to go on trial in june. and a study found a link between not getting enough sleep and eating too much. european researchers say that people who don't sleep, well, they can consume an average of 385 extra calories that's about the same as a frosted cup cake or serving or french fries. poor sleep could be a risk factor for obesity. tell us something we done know. >> really. when we come back, the big winners and show stoppers and last night's cma awards. >> the big moment is next. >> the
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? skinny, so skinny ? and your thursday morning "skinny" starts with country music's biggest night of the year. >> last night's star-studded 50th cma awards hosted by brad paisley and carrie underwood brought together country music's legends with the hottest new names and celebrities of all backgrounds out in the audience
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peyton manning. ? are you here to sell insurance ? ? no i'm here for one of my favorite singers ? ? thank you so much, is it me ? ? no, it's not it's kenny chesney ? >> that was a cute moment. >> very cute. >> he is so brave. >> brad needs to sing more often. despite backlash from country music fans, the person who really stole the show last night was beyonce who really -- she slayed as she would say. >> the texas native performed "daddy lessons" off her album lemonade joined on stage by the dixie chicks. ? when troubles come to town men like me come around ?
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? my daddy said shoot ? >> this was a six-minute performance. it was fantastic. it was great. they brought in some fans of country music who didn't want to watch country music awards but they watched because of beyonce. >> that's got to be good for country music, huh? >> it was a nice blend of everything. the night's climax was dolly parton winning the life time achievement >> she said she tried her best not to cry. saying she didn't want to mess up her eyelashes. i don't blame you. >> as for last night's top winners, carrie underwood took home award for female vocalist of the year. >> the coveted entertainer of the year went to garth brooks. >> yes. >> i love how your accent comes out, your chicago accent comes out. >> i'm trying to do it.
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accent. >> is that what it is? >> southern. i don't know. as is the case with all awards shows, also taking center stage last night, red carpet fashion. >> yes, carrie underwood made a convincing argument for live action sleeping beauty remake, you might say, channelling a little princess aurora in her pink dress. >> miranda lambert stunned in a low cut black and sheer gown. >> of course those heels. >> i'm sure they're next to the louis vuittons. >> nicole kidman stuck with old hollywood glamour in pleated pink dress, high collar, husband keith urban as her main accessory. >> she is old hollywood glamour. >> yep. >> he is a great accessory. >> tim mcgraw and faith hill kept it simple.
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? ? it's my kind of town chicago ? what a song, what a city. welcome back. chicago has plenty to celebrate this morning now that the cubs won the world series, yes! it all ended early in morning, historic victory >> you can't be happier for a better town, better team, and live pictures outside wrigleyville, and you see the sign there, world series champions. thousands of fans out on the streets of the windy city north side there. those fans had never seen their team crowned as champions. their team's 108-year wait for a title now end. >> it was not easy, not at all. the cubs had a 6-4 lead in the
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raja davis tied it with a two-run home run to left. this was a really intense moment. then before the game went into 10th, extra inning, everyone had to wait out a 17-minute rain delay. >> but then this is how the cubs came back, they drove in two runs and they were feeling good. cleveland got a run back, though, in their half of the 10th, but it was not enough. then this was the moment. >> won the world series! makes the play! it's over! and all! >> yes. they did. final score there, 8-7. so the guy who had the ball in his glove at the end of the game -- >> anthony rizzo. >> yeah. first baseman anthony rizzo. so after the game, he said that he couldn't put the feeling of winning a world series into words. rizzo had plenty to say in the dugout during the game. listen as he channels inner ron
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chat with veteran catcher david ross. >> it's only going to get worse. just continue to breathe. that's all you can do, buddy. that's all you can do. it's only going to get worse. >> i'm in a glass case of emotion! >> ron, are you okay? >> so ron burgundy moment providing anthony rizzo with the right words. >> glass house of emotion. i have a photograph of my family in chicago watching the game at a bar in the chicago suburbs, and extremely stressful. i was texting with them, and they were all excited and thought, you know, chicago was winning, and then, you know, the indians made the comeback. there they are. these are my brothers and my husband's brothers. isn't that cool? >> look at the babies. >> and that's my niece and nephew rooting for the cubs, as you can see.
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good morning, i'm kendis gibson. >> and i'm linzie janis in for diane macedo. here are some of the top stories we're covering for you here on "world news now". the chicago cubs are world series champions defeating the indians 8-7 in ten innings to win the title for the first time in 108 years. chicago's ben zobrist was named series mvp. we have full coverage for you coming up. >> including from cleveland as well. donald trump and hillary clinton are battling it out for the crucial make or break states, heading to north carolina today. as melania trump holds her first event in pennsylvania. full report straight ahead. mike pence was among those paying respect to the two iowa police officers killed in an ambush-style attack.
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and it's another mild day for millions with 80s expected well into the mid-atlantic. those are some of the top stories we're following on this history-making morning, thursday, november 3rd. >> reporter: from abc news, this is "world news now". this says it all, "at last", the "chicago tribune" saying they've done it after 108 years. can you believe it? >> yes. >> i'm very excited. i'm from chicago. >> people who are not from chicago are excited for the cubs. >> both teams deserve credit. they put up such a good fight. it was an incredible game. both cities have so much to be proud of. >> so many celebrations happening well into the overnight hours. a nail biter throughout. >> really stressful. a lot of people in chicago losing their mai thais at this point. it's a drink in the bleachers at wrigley.
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the drama of game seven played out. earlier we spoke to rob howard, anchor for the abc cleveland station, wews. rob, let us start by offering you our condolences. how are you feeling? >> reporter: what a night. i'm fine. we just got a torrential downpour in cleveland so the rain is hiding the tears running down my face right now. >> what's the atmosphere like >> you know, during the game and during the rain delay and that last inning, fingers were crossed. i don't know if i took a breath for about an hour there, and then when you were finally able to exhale, just tough. it was tough. >> rob, take us through the roller coaster ride that's game seven. i mean, they were down. they came back. the rain delay. i mean, you had so much. exactly. take us through that ride for fans, for yourself, where
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>> yeah. i'm so glad i didn't have supper tonight because i don't know that it would have lasted very long. it was -- we were all over the place. leek i said, you're so excited when the game starts to see your city in the best possible light. everything was pointed in cleveland's direction, and it was just great to be a part of it, and then you lose the lead. and then you start going, well, you know, they can come back, and then they do. >> that moment was incredible, huh? when they game back? >> unbelievable. unbelievable. i don't want to say people in our news room gave up hope, but the carpets were being worn. i was pacing back and forth. i had a baseball in my hand, and just watching this. and then the rain delay. it's just was an incredible evening. i'm sorry it didn't go my way. >> thank you so much, rob. >> reporter: you got it! you know i'd do anything for you. >> we love you.
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it was a tough morning, but the indians should be happy with what they did. >> they should be. a couple people are happy at 1600 pennsylvania avenue. president obama tweeting out, it happened, cubs win world series. that's changed even this south cider can believe in. want to come to the white house before i leave? michelle obama in a tweet says, go cubs, go, rooting for you since i was a kid, and so incred >> i dare say they'll take up that invitation to the white house. >> sure they'd love to get there before the president leaves, and you see the scene there from wls of wrigleyville from above, gives you a true sense of all the people there gathered at clark and addison there on the north side. >> i remember going to the ballpark as a kid. very cool. >> great moment.
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moving on, we'll have continuing coverage of the cubs, of course, but the candidates pull out all the stops in the final push to the election, and now it's five days away, can you believe it? >> hillary clinton is painting a grim picture of minorities of life under trump and trump is zeroing in on the e-mail controversy. clinton is campaigning with bernie sanders today while trump is relying on his family to speak on his behalf. it is your voice, your vote. we have the latest now. >> reporter: as the gap between the two candidates shrink to nearly nothing, both campaigns hammer down on key battleground states. hillary clinton in las vegas continues to go after trump's character. >> no matter who you are, what your background is, if you don't fit into a very narrow category of people that he can relate to, then somehow you don't have a part in trump's america. that really bothers me.
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triples down with three events in florida, another state locked in a tie. >> what a great honor. what a great crowd. >> reporter: bashing clinton. >> as i've watched hillary, the last few days, she is totally unhinged. we don't want any of that. she's become unhinged. >> reporter: battleground states are a must-win in this year's race where every vote counts. abc news washington post national tracking poll shows clinton and trump tied at 46% each. president obama drives home the importance of swing states while in north carolina. >> i hate to put pressure on you, but the fate of the republic rests on your shoulders. the fate of the world is teetering, and you, north carolina, are going to have to make sure that we push it in the right direction. >> reporter: clinton's team of big name supporters are spreading out for her across the country, and president obama is no exception. he's expected to campaign for her every day from now through
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washington. and more on the presidential race. donald trump's wife is headlining her first campaign event today. melania trump will speak in suburban philadelphia. her first speech since she was criticized for copying lines from michelle obama. she's expected to talk about her experience growing up in slovenia and her love of america hopes to share what she hopes to accomplish as first lady if her husband wins. stay tuned tuesday night at 7:00 eastern, full election coverage live streaming at abcnews.com. the burning of a black church in greenville, mississippi is investigated as a possible hate crime. the words "vote trump" spray painted on the side of the hope well missionary baptist church. the mayor called it a heinous, hateful, and cowardly act vowing to find and fully prosecute the culprits. as coalition forces consolidate the hold on the outskirts of iraq's second
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appears to be urging his militants not to give up the city. isis released often audio tape that said was from baghdadhi, and if true, it's the first time he was heard from in a year, and in a recording, he calls for suicide attacks in other countries. iraqi forces are knocking off isis resistance in a neighborhood in eastern mosul. protesters and police crashed at new orleans where former kkk leader was speaking. duke was using a historically black university as a platform for his views. police used pepper spray when some protesters tried to enter the debate hall. what do you think is the worst and best airport in this country? well there is a new list out thanks to the folks over at pointsky.com. the travel site had the list and found that phoenix sky harbor airport is the best in america. and laguardia airport in new york --
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>> or any of us. if you've been to la guardia, you understand. >> i think when donald trump says the third world he refers to laguardia, i dare say. >> he is. vice president biden once said he described laguardia something from a third world country. >> something we agree on. >> yes. opened in the 1930s. the present phoenix airport 50 years later. >> so they should be better. lagu problem. coming up, the thrill of victory and agony of defeat. >> the tale of two cities playing out now in chicago and cleveland after the cubs' historic world series win last night. plus this -- stay with us because we have fun ideas for your tailgating or home experience, great recipes, food ideas, so stick with us. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now"
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the cubs win the world series! and with that, the cubs ended their century-long world series drought, beating the cleveland indians 8-7 last night after ten innings in last night's game seven. it was epic. >> it was epic. epic series for both teams, just getting to the world series an accomplishment decades in the this morning can only be described as jubilant. bill murray brought to tears. here's how our chicago station, wls is covering the fan reaction. >> reporter: absolute bedlam, elati elation, this place erupted in emotion, raw emotion, part relief, part excitement. people just after that last
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>> blessed my rosary and i carried it all the way through. >> fantastic. wouldn't miss it, man. no way. god willing we'll be here next year. but for right now, we're celebrating. >> harry carry, watching with my grandmother, this is a once in a lifetime experience. >> this means everything to our city, to our families, memories, go cubs! >> man, i've been with the cubs since '84, so, i mean, this is an amazing feeling. took the whole team effort, all yearlong, we beat the best pitcher every series, from bumgardner and more. no excuses. >> cheering and yelling and celebrating the world series.
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>> what a lucky little boy. >> i know. >> to witness that. >> somebody not celebrating as much. there's a twitter -- several days ago -- earlier for ever before game seven. >> oh, no, he didn't. >> he decided to tattoo 2016 champs next to his cavaliers tattoo, and he said he had faith in kluber. >> he'll have to get the 2016 -- >> after the fact, he says, no regrets, they're coming back. wrigleyville, a lot of people out still. >> celebrating. coming up, switching baseball to football, creating the perfect tailgate party. right after this. >> tasty tips coming up for you. you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now"
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? we're in the heat of football season, of course, and that means only one thing, yes, the parties. tailgating parties. joining us this morning for easy tasty ideas for the ultimate tailgate party is america's chief entertaining officer, tim, and, tim, this is, by far, my favorite segment we do. >> i love it. i'll tell you what, it's party season. a lot of football left. i have great ideas whether you are at home or tailgating. first, we got to start off with a fun cocktail.
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>> i like the name. >> it starts out -- there's 18 ounces of apple cider. to that, add nine ounces of jack daniels. this is a nine ounce cup. >> only nine. >> only nine. one part jack daniels two parts of apple cider. the kicker is, you want cinnamon or apple pie spice to go in. just a couple shakes. good couple shakes of that. that kicks it up. i'm going to pour over ice. what's great about the cocktail, when it's colder out, use warm cider, and that works great. >> that's a great idea. >> alcohol free version is just the cider and apple pie spice without the jack. i have to taste the soup. >> cheers to that. >> happy tailgating. >> wow. >> the one with jack is delicious, but it is nice to have an alcohol-free version.
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>> i'll attest to that. >> here's another idea. no double dipping in this party. i have actually individual containers with dips, so here's vegetables and dill dip. pretzels with mustard, cucumbers with hummus. no double dipping. >> that's great. you don't need utensils. >> and then moving on to shrimp cocktail on a stick. basically i got a shrimp, tomato, dip into -- >>ot >> no forks. no utensils or plates needed. you're done. throw everything away and it's simple and easy. grab and go. >> great. >> pork lollipops. they are pork pops, actually, it's pork tenderloin. i love these. we use them displayed on a pineapple where guests grab them. the secret to this is the marinade. try that marinade. >> awesome. >> it's a basting sauce and real simple to make.
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that. >> oh, that's great. >> is that good? >> a little soy, ginger, and custard, and that recipe is on mustard, brown sugar. the recipe is on "world news now" facebook page. great marinade, i just love that. >> takes a lot of time. >> no. it's easy. dijon, brown sugar, soy, light oil. i make a double batch to save for basting too grilling your pork tender loin or baking it off, but it makes it delicious, juicy, and gives it a good kick. >> okay. >> finally dessert. you have to have dessert. we'll wednesday with that. >> oh. >> these are the brownie bites, take out, dunk in the caramel, chocolate or strawberry. the dunking action. you can do double. do the triple crown. all three. it works. >> wow. that is a sweet ending to the tailgate party. simple, very easy, and i love
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i mean, obviously, it's tailgating. you're not supposed to worry about the calories, but you tried to make this a healthier version. >> definitely. a healthier version of this. simple, easy, and we love it, and once you set this out, you can enjoy the tailgate party as much as the guests. that's what i love about it. >> that's true. >> self-se there, it's healthy and there's apple. >> cider's in there. the jack daniels, and like i said, when it's cold, use warm apple cider in a mug, and, of course, the jack daniels. >> all right. thank you, my friend. happy tailgating. >> see you kendis, cheers my friend. >> tim laird, thanks for joining us. for these and more tailgate party ideas, enter the website at wnnfans.com. you're watching "world news now." i'm digging in right now. see?
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willie nelso willie nelson thought of me. >> have you ever tried this stuff? >> yeah. i tried it once in college. you all know the jingle. >> yeah. ? you'll forget your troubles every time you eat ? ? >> i got the munchies now! >> yes, he does. pot jokes aside, they joked about the contents of the basket of deplorables. everyone was going home with it last night. >> political joking aside, though, last night's cma awards featured old school legends alongside fresh new names, and a pop music superstar who stole the show. elizabeth hurr has the story
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? play me some mountain music ? >> reporter: a massive star-studded open to the 50th annual country music award. ? don't rock the jukebox ? >> reporter: including an emotional surprise to kick off country music's biggest night. >> randy travis. ? >> reporter: randy travis making his first award show aea in 2013, and then underwood and paisley opened their monologue hitting on what else, the elections. ? the election is taking forever and ever ? >> reporter: and a big award. >> entertainer of the year? garth brooks! >> we are so damn lucky to be part of this thing called country music!
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>> reporter: from all time greats taking the stage -- ? i'll always love you ? >> reporter: to legends of dolly parten honored with a life time achievement award. >> i just want to thank all my fans, everybody, for allowing me to see my little girl dreams come true. ? when trouble comes to town ? >> reporter: and then the surprise performance of the night, beyonce, with the dixie chicks. ? my >> reporter: there you have it, so many great moments, and if you missed any of it, it's okay, because all the performances are posted right on abc.com. kendis and linzie? >> good to know. >> good thing it's posted because a lot of people were watching a certain game seven of the world series. >> yes, they were.
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seven. >> that's what's making news in america this morning. making news in america this thursday morning, the curse reversed. the chicago cubs are world series champions after winning an epic game seven in an extra inning thriller. the celebration still going on and lebron james trying to fire up the crowd. the final push. th battleground states. our experts on which states donald trump needs to win. and the new polls showing a neck and neck race with just five days to go until the election. trapped on a mountain in a blizzard, a group of firefighters stuck on one of america's highest peaks. the video of their ordeal. and vape mishap. an e-cigarette explodes in a man's pocket. the dramatic moment caught on

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