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good morning. october surprise. fallout over the fbi director decision to look into more of hillary clinton's e-mails. the new batch found on the computer of top aide huma abedin into the investigation of anthony weiner. hillary clinton calling on the fbi to release all they know before the election. >> it is incumbent upon the fbi to tell us what they're talking about. >> donald trump seizing the moment to praise the fbi. >> give them great credit for having the courage to right this horrible wrong. >> the bombshell coming with just ten days coming before the
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presidential race. will it effect the outcome. a frightening scene at miami airport. passengers scrambling to get to safety. what investigators are saying this morning about what caused the plane to burst into flames. ready to accept? after two weeks of silence, bob dylan is finally acknowledging his nobel prize for literature. the singer said the award left him speechless. he did not say if he will head to sweden to collect his prize. and hometown loss. the day the fans dreamed of for decades ends in defeat. >> cleveland wins it. >> following a 1-0 loss to the indians. the series is far from over, today, october 29th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news,
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this is "today" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning. welcome to "today" on this saturday morning. i'm sheinelle jones alongside craig melvin and dave price and stephanie ruhle. >> good morning, dave. let's start with the shocker. ten days away is the presidential election. hillary clinton is urging to make more details public that the fbi is looking into more e-mails of the investigation of her private e-mails server. let's get the latest from justice correspondent pete williams. >> reporter: craig, good morning. these e-mails were found when they were investigating another case. the officials say it is the investigation of former congress member anthony weiner. the fbi has been looking if weiner sent sexually explicit
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texts to a girl. he used a laptop and his wife, huma abedin, used the same computer to e-mail hillary clinton's private serv server address. the fbi wants to see if it has classified information and the new bunch of e-mails has been found and it has to be reviewed. officials say they have not reviewed the e-mails and have no idea what is in them. it is possible they could be duplicates of what the fbi has already seen. there is no way it could be done by election day. as for comey, he sent a note to all employees saying it would be not right to notify the public. given the discovered e-mails, i hope i don't want to give the impression in trying to strike that balance. >> to be clear here, how many
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e-mails? >> reporter: they have not given us a specific number. they say it is in the thousands. >> pete williams in d.c. this morning. thank you. there was swift reaction from hillary clinton and donald trump overnight. nbc's kristen welker is in white plains, new york with what both camps are saying. good morning. >> reporter: sheinelle, good morning. hillary clinton is going to florida where polls show it is a tight race. now her campaign is in full damage control mode after the october surprise that could upend the entire race. >> that's why it is incumbent upon the fbi to tell us what they're talking about. >> reporter: hillary clinton trying to reclaim the narrative after the bombshell news. fbi director james comey looking into more e-mails. >> the director himself has said he doesn't know if the e-mails referenced in the letter are significant or not. >> reporter: at the arranged
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press conference, hillary clinton asked if it would fuel voters lack of trust. >> i think people made up their minds about the e-mails. >> reporter: donald trump wasting no time capitalizing on the news yesterday in new hampshire. >> this is bigger than watergate. >> reporter: trump, lagging in the polls, grappling with his controversi controversy seizing on the case. >> the fbi would not open up this case if it were not an egregious offense. >> reporter: now sounding a different note on the fbi. >> i give them the great credit for the courage to right the horrible wrong. >> reporter: republicans close to giving up on trump piling on. house speaker paul ryan pushing to suspend all classified briefings for secretary clinton
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until this matter is fully resolved. the new york post with the headlines out of the front page. and the fbi discovered the e-mails may be pertinent to the investigation on the device weiner shared with his estranged wife huma abedin, clinton's top aide. this could not come as a worse time for clinton with ten days until election day. most polls showed her in the lead. touting the strong early lead. >> we are happy to go to arizona. >> reporter: moments after that, the news broke mid flight. the candidate caught off guard. >> how did you find out? >> same way you did. >> reporter: and vice president joe biden was asked about the fact that former congress member anthony weiner is at the center of the probe. his response, i should not comment on anthony weiner. i'm not a big fan. as for the race, trump is
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lagging in most polls and we are learning he is loaning his campaign $10 million. a cash infusion he hopes to help come back. sheinelle. >> thank you, kristen. >> there is a lot to talk about here. i want to bring in chief legal correspondent ari melber and the republican strategist and josh barrows. josh, you recently changed your party affiliation from republican to democrat. clearly showing this is an exciting election. ari, i want to start with you. this decision on director comey's part. this is opening a hornet's nest. all of us and the justice department and hillary clinton found out like the rest of us. does this mean it is a foregone conclusion what is in the e-mails is explosive or could it be a prosecutor tying up loose ends? >> it is most likely tying up
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loose ends. the letter is unobjectable for what it says. i think comey is doing what he should do. update testimony. he told congress we are not reading anymore e-mails. now he has people looking at newly discovered e-mails. the reaction is as we reported is much bigger. because the letter was vague or cr cr cryptic, he is doing what he needs to do. >> josh, congress has an obligation to learn about the e-mails. does he has an obligation to the voters who are going to the polls in 11 days? >> yes. while i think it is likely -- what they found is there is a laptop on which huma abedin, an employee of hillary clinton's, would e-mail hillary clinton.
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it is likely these are duplicates of ones we found. we don't know that yet. the fbi doesn't know that yet. they have an obligation to say what they know. they have an obligation to figure this out. what voters say does this matter? did we learn about any new wrongdoing? there is no indication of any wrongdoing. this research of the story and causes people to wonder. >> sara, i'll bring you in. hillary clinton diehards don't care. they are voting for her. same thing for the others on the other side. what about those in the middle? does it reinforce the narrative of she is not trust worthy? >> you could not have a worse story for hillary clinton that she is secretive and evasive. if she could redo that decision to have the private server in her basement, i bet she is thinking about that today. i don't think it will change minds unless we hear from comey.
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he will have to say we found e-mails that were not disclosed. i think we are running out of time for that. i wonder if some of the previously deep red states they thought they were moving on the map. texas, georgia, that in fact those will move away. >> to be clear, roughly 15 million people have cast ballots in the country. through absentee or early voting. let's assume the polls hold, ari and hillary clinton becomes the president of the united states. does this guarantee we are going to see incessant investigating during her administration? >> i'm reminded from the term from the '90s. criminalization of politics. the idea every disagreement is a moral failing. everything that happens that people don't like is grounds for a scandal and endless round of investigation. i don't think that is how the prosecution can work. that is not what the voters really want.
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there is a problem that something that was once on the fringe. the idea your opponent should be jailed, quote/unquote lock her up, should be main lined. he could lose the election and we could live with a lot of the consequences of trump-ism for a long time. no matter what your party, if you think the results of a political disagreement should involve jailing of opponents, there is a lot of that before you knew the facts. that is why the partisan reactions to this. that is unfortunate. >> take the law and put it aside. let's talk pr and perception. if you are hillary clinton's camp right now, what do you do? >> i think you want to change the subject as quickly as possible. >> how can you? >> it is hard. people will speculate in the e-mails absent the information. in the weird way, the best indication of the election has been the change rate with the mexican peso and american
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dollar. >> that's what i always say. i have been saying that. >> it is a good point. >> in the first debate, hillary clinton did great and the peso rose 2% over the dollar. when this news broke, there was a move half as large in the other direction. the markets are telling us this matters. on the other hand, hillary clinton was favored to win before the first debate. still favored after the first debate. that is not the market saying this is a total game changer and trump will win. this is a negative story for her. if i am her, i want to get back to talking about donald trump groping women. >> this is a lifeline for the trump campaign? >> it is, but they needed a life boat. the election when it has been about hillary clinton and has hurt hillary clinton. when it has been about donald trump, it has hurt donald trump. she will try to shift the topic here. but donald trump loves taking that bait. i would not doubt if we are back
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to donald trump all the time. >> sara, josh, ari, great conversation. >> leave it to the guys from business insider to get us back to that. >> i always try to get currency in there. let's get to the big night in chicago and the moment cubs fans have been waiting 71 years for. the north siders hosting game three of the world series at wrigley. the excitement short lived after losing 1-0 to the indians. nbc's ron mott still on duty outside wrigley field this morning. ron, good morning to you, sir. >> reporter: craig, good morning. the second time in the series the indians blanked the chicago cubs. spoiling all the festivities last night and put the cubs in a major league bind. >> go cubs. >> reporter: don't call it a comeback. wrigley field has been here for years. 102 years. patiently waiting on her star return to the world series stage after 71 years. the show didn't go off as planned. >> cleveland wins.
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>> reporter: the leading men turned out to be what this audience considers understudies. indians. not the hometown team who got seven decades of appreciation through the nine-inning act. despite the 1-0 loss, a historic duel. cubs fans beside themselves with pride. snapping up, tatting up, and many taking one for the team. >> this is the season for something like this. >> reporter: 87-year-old phil kilbourne saw the cubs in 1945. >> they win the world series. that will be both miraculous and wonderful. >> the cubs have won the pennant. >> reporter: since clinching a trip to the fall classic a week ago, chicago is barely
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containi containing their glee. nerve that prove a nail biter. with houses decked out for halloween, cubs fans hope boo-boos are not working again from the past. it doesn't get easier for the cubs tonight. game four here at wrigley field. indians are putting corey kluber back on the mound. craig. >> that was one heck of a house. ron mott, thank you, sir. we will move on. passengers on board an american airlines flight when the plane caught fire during takeoff. passengers forced to flee the plane through the emergency chute. nbc's morgan radford is here with more. >> stephanie, good morning. the source close to the investigation tells nbc news, the plane had an uncontained engine failure causing it to
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catch fire and sending terrified emergencies to escape. >> reporter: chaos on the tar c tarmac. >> chicago 383. >> reporter: bursting into flames during takeoff at o'hare airport in chicago. inside, screaming passengers. >> flames all coming closer. >> everyone started jumping over each other. >> go! >> reporter: skram crambling fo exit. passengers jumped down the emergency chute. >> the more people got excited about the slide. >> reporter: the plane behind them still burning. >> this could have been devastating if it happened later. >> reporter: the boeing 767 was headed to miami when the right wing caught fire and partially collapsed. >> right side engine blew. big ball of fire.
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>> reporter: all 170 people on board got off safely. 20 taken to the hospital with minor injuries. it's been a turbulent 36 hours for america's airport. in ft. lauderdale, explosion. the fed ex cargo plane landing gear collapsed. the pilot escaping. the night before, vice presidential candidate mike pence's plane ran off the runway. all three causing temporary closures at the airport. passengers are still stunned. >> that just happened? >> thankfully there was a special flight overnight to take the passengers to miami. in the meantime, american airlines fully cooperating with the national transportation safety board investigation. guys. thank you, morgan. >> protesters are trying to keep up the fight as the massive oil
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pipeline is trying to be built along the land in north dakota. here is nbc's miguel almaguer. >> reporter: this morning near cannon ball, north dakota, construction crews are scrambling to finish the work along the oil pipeline. the final leg running along the sioux reservation where protesters are trying to stop the project. this week, a violent six-hour standoff. more than 140 demonstrators arrested. many hit with bean bags, pepper spray and batons after lighting fires and refusing to leave the road. >> if you think about the fires started. all the items thrown at law enforcement. it was violent. >> the shot of a non lethal weapon. >> reporter: the fight here is a native-americans is over sacred
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ground. >> it is a point for me to take a bullet. >> reporter: demonstrators say the pipeline and spill threatens the safety of the missouri river. >> it is the source of drinking water for the tribe. it is a source of irrigation and source of food for the people as well. >> reporter: the rally here is galvanized native-americans from around the country, but now a standoff. police and protesters have come to it a head here. neither side backing down. today a small army is holding demonstrators at bay. many promise to return. a fight they say for water and life. a battle where they are losing ground every day. for "today," miguel almaguer, nbc news. overseas to iraq and the battle for mosul. iraqi forces are moving into an islamic held portion of the town. isis fighters fled the town this
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week using civilians as human shields. in new mexico, scary moments for an elderly driver. it was captured on camera. this shows a santa fe police officer saving an 87-year-old woman from her burning car. the woman had been driving on a flat tire when it caught fire. the officer was able to get her out of the car and even rescue her cane before putting the fire out himself. for an update on the story we mentioned at the top of the show. nobel foundation has heard from singer bob dylan two weeks after he was awarded the nobel prize for literature. the foundation said dylan called to say he was left speechless. the singer said he plans to be at the award ceremony in december if at all possible. a sentimental reunion for the ladies who inspired "a league of their own."
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members of the all american girls professional baseball met in sarasota to raise awareness of women in all sports. they are working of a proposed women's sports museum to open in the next five years. well dave price is here for dylan. how about a look at the weather? >> you know what? we had cold weather in the northeast. we have warm weather to talk about. let's look at what is happening. this is what we are dealing with. high pressure is bringing warm air to the country. it will affect 200 million of us over the weekend. record warmth for some locations. start in the mid section of the country and rockies and bleeding to the mid-atlantic states and southeast. how warm will it get? 15 to 30 degrees above where we should be at this time of year. 85 in jonesboro. 87 in nashville. 90 in amarillo. in montgomery, 89 degrees. as we head into tomorrow,
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everybody, again, the numbers continue to climb in the mid-80s good morning, bay area. another wet start to your commute, but i do have some good news. it looks like this rain may not be sticking around a. we're tracking some light rain across the bay area, temperatures in the 60s all across the board, the south bay peninsula, east bay also in san francisco seeing some light rain out there but we will be warming up to similar conditions much like what we saw for your friday forecast. san jose should be topping out at about 70 degrees, half moon bay 63 and we'll talk more rain in just a minute. look at the weather. >> this is a first class operation. i like it. >> enjoy our cheap coffee. still to come, we will look back at the stories that had everyone talking, including martha stewart's startling admission on ellen.
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and tlc asking for help from their fans.
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coming up on "today," halloween for you procrastinat r procrastinators out there. help for you to get your pets ready for the scary night. i'm not procrastinating. and the role bill murray played during the world series game. and w
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well, good morning, everyone. as we take a live look out, at the city by the bay, it's a drizly saturday, but hey, it's saturday. good morning, everyone. i'm scott mcgrew here with a look at your microclimate forecast. good morning. >> i like that it's saturday reference, right? regardless, it's still the
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weekend. >> exactly. >> another slightly wet commute for everybody out there making plans early this morning. not as much rain as what we saw yesterday morning, this is pretty good, but we are expecting to see scattered showers throughout the early morning. right now, temperatures remain in the 60s for the most part. temperatures aren't really going to increase by much. they're going to be very similar to yesterday. it's also going to feel very humid out there. now, of course, san jose has been seeing a lot of rainfall and it looks like we could be adding more numbers to that because we are tracking not just this system early this morning but we could also be seeing heavier rain going into sunday. so, i will have an hour by hour forecast as well as a look ahead for your halloween plans. >> that's right. that's important. thank you. we do have a developing story in the south bay. chaos at a popular valley fair mall in san jose. two people were stabbed and sent shoppers running for cover. witnesses say a group of teenagers attacked two adult men just outside the bath and body works store around 7:30 last
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night. this is at valley fair. officers say one man was stabbed in the hand, the other in the back. neither injury life threatening. san jose police chased down the five suspects eventually. they were hiding in nearby neighborhoods. as of now, they do not believe it was a targeted attack. and a story we first broke yesterday, an arrest in a bay area cold case, richmond police say this man, jonathan jackson, raped and beat to death an 82-year-old su kwan back in 2012. the case remained unsolved until september when jackson was arrested on charges of possessing stolen cars. dna sample came back as a match to evidence left on kwan's body coming up this morning on "today in the bay," a fight for control of levi's stadium. why the city of santa clara may become the 49ers' toughest opponent yet. that plus all your top stories and your halloween forecast coming up at 7:00.
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right now, back to "the today show."
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. i just know it's you know it's coming and it's not scary. here it comes. come on! [ bleep ]! okay. scary and we're good. we're going. okay. you go first. >> you know it's coming but it is still scary. we are back. look at them. saturday morning, october 29th, 2016. that of course the executive producer of "ellen" along with his assistant going through a haunted house for halloween. coming up, we've got some last-minute halloween tricks and treats to get you ready for the very big night. meanwhile, outside our studio 1a, our crowd is ready. a chilly morning in new york. hillary clinton is calling on the fbi to make more details
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public after director james comey said the bureau would be looking into newly discovered e-mails that could be related to her private e-mail server. comey said the e-mails were discovered by agents look into an unconnected case, which is believed to be about anthony wiener. donald trump praised the situation calling it worse than watergate. the supreme court will take on gender rights. a case in virginia involves a student challenging his district over transgendered bathrooms. the school district says it's not required to allow students to use bathrooms that match their genter identities. and puerto rico has reported its first case of a baby born with zika-relate ld microcephaly. the island has reported more than 30,000 cases of zika and the centers for disease control says it expects the number of zika-related births to rise in the coming months.
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some of the biggest stories of the week. donald trump and hillary clinton out in force on key swing states. commuters in boston had a big scare and the world series got under way. those are some of the headlines that caught our attention. with less than two weeks to go until election day, both candidates hitting the trail hard. hillary clinton got some help from first lady michelle obama, hoping to appeal to voters in much-needed swing states. >> an unprecedented moment, two first ladies, current and former, campaigning together for the first time. >> seriously, is there anyone more inspiring than michelle obama? >> but their joint appearance competing for headlines with the latest stolen e-mail leaked by wikileaks, not verified by nbc news, describing how bill clinton personally profited, receiving millions of dollars in speaking and consulting fees from clinton foundation donors.
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former bill clinton aide doug band writing a 2011 memo calling it bill clinton, inc. >> the republican candidate also taking aim at the wikileaks release. >> donald trump's pouncing on those new stolen e-mails released by wikileaks. >> mr. band called the arrangement unorthodox. the rest of us call it outright corrupt. >> and earlier in the week, a detour from typical stumps. >> donald trump took a break to advertise his new hotel. >> with a notable exception of 1600 pennsylvania avenue, this is the most coveted piece of real estate in washington, d.c. the pentagon said it would suspend bonus collection efforts after outrage from thousands of members of the california national guard. >> how is anybody joining the military going to sign a contract if these contracts mean absolutely nothing? >> most people are just caught
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up in the cross fire here. and we need to give them what they deserve as quickly as possible. >> frightening moments for commuters in boston. >> the scary scene unfolding on boston's subway after train cars packed with rush hour commuters suddenly filled with smoke. the chaos captured on cell phone videos. investigators say it was a combination of two fires on the train's orange line that caused the black smoke to pour into the city's back bay station. baseball fever from coast to coast as the cleveland indians and the chicago cubs battle it out in the world series. >> the indians and cubs are chasing history and it just may be what the doctor ordered for a nation going batty over divided politics. fans for each have sob stories of previous disappointments, though someone's guaranteed to go home happy this year. martha stewart playing never have i ever on ellen. >> never have i ever sexted.
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>> is it someone current or is this a while ago? >> it doesn't say none of your business. >> finally, here's some jack-o'-lantern carving inspiration courtesy of the jet propulsion laboratory at nasa. they their creations include a barbecued spit roast, a takeoff on the ms pac-man game and a political rift on our candidates for president. that's some serious pumpkin carving. >> those pumpkins bum me out. i'm excited for jack-o'-lantern carving and when i see that -- >> makes you feel like a failure? >> i can appreciate that. >> the just the fact you give a pumpkin a motor. >> we learned a little more about martha stewart this week than perhaps we wanted to know. >> naughty martha. >> i don't want to say anything. >> we're not. just going to move on. >> i think we should just start and -- >> she's a loyal viewer.
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she's probably watching right now. >> hi, martha. >> hi, martha. >> that is a whole other level. >> what are you talking about? >> an invite. >> nervous reaction. >> we should probably check on the forecast. >> let's do it right now, shall we? let's go to the maps. it is getting hot in here. i'm not doing the lyrics to that song either. let's step out and take a look at the pacific northwest right now. scattered shower activity. that's good. we have a storm system rolling through. we need that moisture. we have drought conditions out there. scattered showers what we're expecting today, breezy near the coast. this is the first storm. we are going to see a second storm begin to move on through. first storm maybe bring some snow to 7,000 feet and above. that storm level is lowered and the snow should accumulate at 6,000 feet or above heading into tomorrow as the stronger stom begins to roll on through. how much rain do we get out of it? let's look at the numbers. there are isolated pockets where we'll see 3, 4 inches of rain. the good news is this isn't a flooding condition for most areas so we just get the benefit
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of the rain without any of the negatives of too much rain. as we take a look at the mountain areas, we are going to get plenty of snow through bear valley, yosemite, even up to westwood. we'll continue to watch that. in the meantime, around the rest of the country, things look pretty good. we are going to see warm weather, record heat for much of the center of the country leading towards the east and southeast. that's a quick look at good morning. light rain across the bay area with temperatures in the 60s all around we should be warming up into those upper 60s, lower 7 0z but we are tracking rain as you can see the live cameras right now in the peninsula, out on the east bay, seeing a little bit of wet roads out there, san francisco as well. overall for the most part, we are expected to keep those overcast skies throughout the remainder of your saturday, but it looks like that rain should be clearing out into the night before a second storm arrive business sunday. ny
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can i keep the walnuts? sold. but i get to pick your movie. can i pick the genre? yes, but it has to be a comedy. a little cash back on the side. with the blue cash everyday card from american express, you get cash back on purchases with no annual fee. throw. it's more than cash back. it's backed by the service and security of american express. this morning in "today's take-away," a little last-minute help for anyone cry triing to come up with a clever and creative costume idea or some party tricks. alana oaken has some great costume ideas, ones you don't have to be super artista to pull off. tell us what you have. >> first up, you can use an old animal costume you have lying around the house or a leopard print sweater or dress you have and become a party animal. add party accessories. make sure you have the party
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spirit. that's the most important thing. >> i like leopard print. i like that one. >> next sup pretty much the ultimate dad joke, a chip reader, you know, those things at the checkout counter everyone hates. dress up like a bag of potato chips, grab your favorite book and a pair of glasses. >> i like that for the hot dad in your life. >> exactly. >> guess who loves halloween the most? children. what do we have? >> two more puns, a deviled egg and a spelling bee. you can use stuff enough your garage like a pitch fork, you know, a pair of glasses, angel wings, just attach all the letters to the bee costume, cut an egg out of foam core and you are good to go. >> a lot of people have pitch forks in their garages. these two are cute and clever. but how about you? you're pretty clever. >> i am letting the cat out of the bag. >> shopping bag and cat. it's not just go to the store, pick a costume up. it's about being clever. >> exactly.
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it's using what you have on hand and you save money that way too. >> how much would all this cost? not too much. >> i think each of these cost under $20, especially if you have stuff in your garage. >> under 20 bucks. >> this cost like $5. >> and no one else at your local party is going to be wearing that. >> that's right. and also won't be able to sit down. >> that's okay. alana, thank you so much. i love these ideas. it's not just about costumes. chanel, i think you have craft ideas. >> cat out of the bag is hard to top but we'll try. this is rachel miller, senior lifestyle eld or the. >> good morning. >> so here's the thing. this is the finished product. we want to show what you can do with pumpkins. you see this. let's talk about how to do it. >> keeping with the theme of using whatever junk you have around -- >> junk? >> it is what it is. go through your garage, look for the stuff you've been meaning to take to the thrift store, kids' toys they don't want anymore. the secret to making this look
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glam or scary, gray and black spray paint. pick one color. even white would look great. it's tying it together with one color that stem ceells it. >> this actually looks expensive. and you look here, it looks like junk. >> next one. every time you have a party someone says i didn't know i was supposed to wear a costume. set out extra diy supplies you have. old masks. you can cut them out of card stock before the party. scissors, felt, googly eyes. people can make their own costume on the spot. >> good idea. a lot of people say i'm not going to dress up and they get there -- >> and they feel bad. diy selfie stick, make your own photo booth. you don't have to buy a photo booth. get a selfie stick and do a backdrop. >> i need my deviled egg in there. >> there you go. can you see it? >> rachel, thank you so much. we'll stick with the halloween theme for a moment. coming up next, there we go, our
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we are back on a saturday morning with little halloween movie trivia. this brings out classics. producers decided to put our knowledge to the test. ready? here we go. >> established that none of us go to the movies. >> sarah jessica parker in this cult classic halloween movie. with bette midler. this is from the director of "high school musical." >> "hocus pocus." >> is that right? are you sandbagging? [ bell ] you sandbagger. you said you never watched movies. >> excuse me, sir. sarah jessica parker. that's a whole other level. >> this movie about a spooky family was released in november of 1991. >> "addams family."
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i think i knew that. >> "beetlejuice." >> i'm going to stay silent. >> you're right. >> i used to watch movies back then. >> we need the ding. next. >> hands on buzzers. this not very scary halloween program is part of a series of classic holiday tv specials based on comedy. >> oh, charlie brown. >> peanuts. "the great pumpkin." >> look at that. [ bell ] >> here we go. >> this halloween favorite is funnier than frightening. it received a blockbuster remake this summer more than 30 years after its debut. >> "ghostbusters." [ bell ] >> i think we have to get out of here. >> we have to leave. >> it's a tie. >> tie score. >> there you go. halloween. still to come, we will stick on the halloween theme. there's nothing like dressing up your favorite pet. we have great costume ideas for you. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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>> that's donald trump. it toome a second.k because she doesn't know that it kills 40,000 californians... every year. because she doesn't understand what cancer is. because she can't spell emphysema.
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still to come on "today," more on that ok surprise as the fbi announces it's found more e-mails related to the hillary clinton private server investigation. we're live on the campaign trail. also, what mom is teaching her daughter that sometimes it is okay to talk to strangers. first these messages. derate to severe chronic plaque psoriasis. so i made a decision to talk to my dermatologist about humira.
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and good morning to you. as you begin your weekend, a live look at the golden gate bridge. now would be an excellent time to drive across it, especially before the rain starts. good morning, everyone. i'm scott mcgrew along with jianey. >> it's going to be a nice
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little slow pace compared to what we saw yesterday, especially for morning commuters but we do have a cold front right now that is bringing some light rain across parts of the bay area. overall temperatures remain in the 60s, partly cloudy skies, it's going to feel a bit overcast for the majority of the day, those temperatures will be very similar to yesterday's, san jose topping out at about 70, mnl, lower 60s, mid 60s but our biggest concern isn't really today's rain. tomorrow, we do have a second system that is going to arrive in the bay area as early as tonight, and that's going to kick up some winds and we're talking sierra snow so i will have all the details of that plus a look ahead at your halloween forecast. could be a foggy one. i won't keep you hanging too long. >> dress up as the gordon. well, we begin with a developing story in the south bay, there's chaos at a popular valley fair mall in san jose,
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two people were stabbed and sent shoppers running for cover. witnesses say a group of teenagers attacked two adult men just outside the bath and body works store around 7:30 last night. officers say one man was stabbed in the hand, the other in the back. neither injury is life threatening. san jose police chased down and arrested five suspects. they were hiding in a nearby neighborhood. as of now, police do not believe this was a targeted attack. now to a story we first broke yesterday, there's been an arrest in a bay area cold case, richmond police say this man, jonathan jackson, raped and beat to death 82-year-old sun kwon while she was out on a morning walk back in 2012. the case remained unsolved until jackson was arrested on charges of possessing a stolen car. his dna sample came back as a match to evidence left on kwon's body. so, coming up this morning on "today in the bay," a fight for control of levi's stadium, why the city of santa clara maybe the 49ers' toughest opponent yet. that, plus all your top stories coming up at 7:00, weather as
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well. in the meantime, we'll send you back to "the today show."
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good morning. october surprise. new fallout and reaction this morning after the fbi director announced the bureau would be looking into new e-mails related to hillary clinton. this latest batch found on her aide huma abedin's computer while the fbi looking into the investigation into anthony weiner. >> it is incumbent upon the fbi to tell us what they are talking about. >> donald trump wasting no time. >> the fbi would have never reopened this case at this time unless it were a most egregious
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criminal offense. >> so much on the line with ten days until election day. emergency on board. terrifying moments for passengers on american airlines flight headed to miami. before the plane could even get into the air, a fire on board. >> american 383. evacuating. >> passengers able to get away. this morning, latest on the investigation. and hometown loss. a crushing defeat for the chicago cubs losing game three of the world series. a game that was 71 years in the making. cleveland celebrating its second win over the cubbies. this series is far from over. saturday, october 29th, 2016. ♪ >> happy 21st, lindsey! >> hello, australia.
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>> go cubs go. >> it's my 13th birthday. >> it's my 13th birthday too. >> happy birthday, blaire! ♪ >> good saturday morning to you. welcome back to "today." we have a fantastic crowd on the plaza. we will head out in just a bit. from the "thriller" video to a robert palmer video. i feel i'm in the middle of a robert palmer video. >> simply irresistible. >> i like that. hair and makeup quicker. check it fast. we will get you news. we are going to begin with the news, of course of the new e-mails discovered in the private e-mail server of hillary clinton. the fbi looking into as much information as possible and donald trump seizing the opportunity to quickly pounce on
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clinton. nbc's jacob rascon is following donald trump on the campaign trail in colorado where trump will be later today. good morning, jacob. >> reporter: good morning. fbi director james comey explained in a staff memo because the investigation was completed, he felt obligated to notify them of the new e-mails. these e-mails were discovered while investigating anthony weiner. the estranged husband of huma abedin in an unrelated case. we are talking thousands of e-mails with huma and hillary clinton that the fbi had not looked at. both campaigns agree the fbi should release more information on this, especially ten days before election day. after 13 million americans have already voted. >> this is bigger than watergate. the fbi would never have reopened this case at this time
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unless it were a most egregious criminal offense. >> the director himself has said he doesn't know if the e-mails referenced in the letter are significant or not. i'm confident, whatever they are, will not change the conclusion reached in july. >> reporter: hillary clinton said she believes that voters have already made up their minds about the e-mails and donald trump says this will change everything. it is bigger than watergate. the campaign is framing this as a good week that got better. both candidates are busy in swing states. back to you. >> thank you, jacob. also under investigation this morning, two explosive airline fires. at least 20 people were injured when an american airlines 767 caught fire at chicago o'hare airport. video captured the terror of passengers escaping on the emergency slides. those on board said the jet blew
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the right side engine. in florida, ft. lauderdale airport closed for a time after the fiery explosion of the fed ex plane. the fire ball ripped apart sections of the aircraft. the pilots were able to escape. a suspect the car theft turned into something different in oregon. the surveillance video shows the subaru taken from the driveway. the next day, the car was back with the apologetic letter. the woman said she wrong off with the wrong car. she had an apology note and gas money for the owner. police say that some older subaru keys can apparently open other models so no charges are being filed. we have to talk sports. tonight, of course, is game four of the world series in chicago.
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the cubs losing in front of the hometown crowd after getting shutout by the cleveland indiana 1-0. the cubs gets another chance in game four. cleveland leads the series 2-1. let's get a check of the weather with dave who is out on the plaza. >> we have a great crowd on the plaza right now. all right. let's figure out who is cheering for who. cubs fans? indians fans? let's see what is happening for the big game tonight. wrigley field tonight. showers are possible. should not impact the game. temperature is 66 degrees. sunday, you cubs fans are unruly. we take a look at sunday. 53 degrees. record heat for much of the country. affecting close to 200 million people with above average warmth through the weekend.
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scattered showers in the pacific northwest. your halloween forecast looking very, very warm and ghost, florida at 80 degrees. and that is embarrassing and awful. 55 degrees in devil's elbow, california. you could see scattered showers and spook city, colorado, at 45 degrees with 72 in tombstone, arizona. that's a quick look at the good morning. light rain to kick off your weekend, a cool front is expected to keep some scattered showers in the forecast until about the midday and we are expecting to see those mild temperatures yet again, 62 right now in the peninsula, south bay at about 62, east bay and san francisco for the most part across the bay area, we should be expecting to see overcast skies, those temperatures, though, will be warming up into those lower, mid 60s, of course
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staying in the lower 70s across the south bay and we're tracking rain for your sunday. >> it's emer son's eighth birthday today and olivia's first time in new york city. >> and it's my 60th! >> she said it. that is a quick look. how about a big hand for all of these guys? >> happy birthday indeed. coming up, we will show you how burger king is taking on its number one rival with a scary halloween costume. >> cubs fan bill murray gets a special honor during game three of the world series. first these messages. i'll nod in agreement so my wife thinks i understand what you're saying. i look forward to questioning your every move. okay, well i'll leave your house in shambles and disappear for six months. wouldn't it be great if everyone said what they meant? the citi® double cash card does. it lets you earn double cash back: 1% when you buy, and 1% as you pay.
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their second child. yesterday lindsey wrote a blog post about some of the anxiety she's faced since starting maternity leave this week writing, quote, i am not good at time off when it's unexpected t. scares me because coming up in this business, especially as a woman, work ethic and hours spent and showing your face have been paramount. i felt guilty the first couple of days and guilt sucks. shouldn't be a place for it in this world. craig, you showed this on facebook. what has been the response? >> it's been overwhelming. we've heard from so many women, especially in this business, as both of you know, there is is this knowing fear that when you're not on television for a while -- >> out of sight out of mind. >> absolutely. she's wrestled with that. >> happy she blogged about that. it's helpful to so many. >> and a lot cheaper than going to sit on someone's couch. >> reminder to us all, male, female, mother or father, those moments with those you love,
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that's -- these are jobs. no matter what industry you're in. those moments with people you love -- >> it's what matters. >> thank you, lindsey. >> this story is especially precious. another parenting story. i love this. with a message about why you can sometimes let your kids talk to strangers. 4-year-old nora was with her mom and saw an elder loan and said hi old person t's my birth after. after chatting, she asked him for a picture. he asked to be called mr. dan. after posting on facebook she found out mr. dan was recently widows. after that paid a visit to mr. dan and have since become friends. once restless, he says now he sleeps better at night, because he's been healed. i love that story. >> let's end with this one. this is an interesting halloween
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contest. check out how one new york burger king dressed up for the holiday. arch rival mcdonald's. the restaurant was draped in a white sheet with eye holes and golden arches. if you look closely you can see mcdonald's scribbled on the side there. burger king about put customer's minds at easy and said just kidding, we still flame broil our burgers. >> shannon doherty gave an emotional interview. she sat down to speak with her ongoing battle with breast cancer. she's been documenting her treatment on instagram. this time she spoke about what she finds most fascinating about the disease. >> wow. i really thought i was so brave and so gracious this entire time and really i was just hiding. >> don't cry. >> all right. hold on a second. >> don't cry. >> i won't. okay. >> so this was very hard and not
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humbling because i've already been humbled by cancer. but it was hard in just this sense of rethinking sort of who you are and how you come to terms with who you are now. >> such a moment of honesty. so we certainly wish shannon all the best in her ongoing battle. next up, listen to this. ♪ >> is that familiar to you? >> you remember the video? >> i do. you're supposed to push it down a little bit. anyway, they're back. >> you just push it that way. >> group tlc is making a new album. their first in 14 years. the two remaining members of the group made the announcement after months of a kick start campaign that raised. they're making a comeback.
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finally bill murray had a big honor during last night's world series. murray is a cubs super fan. he was there to support his beloved team and to do this. >>. ♪ take me out to the ball game. take me out with the crowd. buy me some peanuts and cracker jacks. i don't care if i never get back. >> if you're not smiling, you're not human. >> i mean, that was amazing. >> way to go bill. how fun. >> you were up there in chicago. this thing has really pulled the city together. >> you can't even describe it. 108 years since the last win. >> can we just remember cleveland is also in the world series and they're doing a pretty darn good job. >> got to give a little bit to cleveland. getting your favorite
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four-legged friends in the halloween spirit. we'll have some amazing pet
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halloween is two days away and you might be thinking about, you know, dressing the kids, but don't forget your pet. >> that is important. kimberly whitman is with us. she has brought with us some mega pet stars to model the costu costumes. >> we have "star wars" costumes. this is wally the corgi. he is dressed as darth vader. if you think your dog can tolerate a little of it, you can decide how much you will put on him. it is the cape and hat. and annie has a wig and this
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hysterical piece with the arms that bring you a great laugh. this is lots of fun. these are from petsmart. >> and pokemon coming our way. >> thank you so much, annie and wally. this is tinkerbell. she is dressed as pokemon. if you live in a cold climate, this is warm and fuzzy. she has been in this all morning in the green room. she is cute and snuggled up. >> does she have 30,000 followers? >> more now, right? >> 95. >> these are the most well behaved dogs. >> thank you, tinkerbell. i love these two. we have donald trump and hillary clinton here in the studio with us today. this donald trump costume. that is a human wig that we
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adjusted. we had to put hillary's costume together a bit. mart martha stewart dog collar. the donald trump blazer and wig. the billionaire wig they call it for pets. too funny. >> one more time. the martha stewart? >> and we have the wonderful treats here. >> can we talk about keeping pets calm? people are coming to the door and the door bell's going off. >> they get riled up and panicked. we have great treats for the dog. they have camomille. it will relax your pet. we have the plug-in diffusers. they release all of the things that keep the dogs calm. >> really? will it keep us calm? >> maybe it will wear off on us. these are nice through the holidays. >> david almost ate one of
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those. >> are these the treats to give when people knock on your door? >> if you are doing something fancy or spoil your dog, you may want to do the canollis. >> don't put that close to your face. >> try it. >> i'm not trying a dog treat. >> it is pumpkin spice flavor treat. you can do that or rawhide. >> she thinks i'm mikey. try it, mikey. mikey will eat anything. >> i think it is important to separate it from the rest of the human food. that is an easy mistake. >> kimberly, thank you. i love this. it is halloween weekend. that is going to do it for us on this saturday morning. >> tomorrow on "today" willie sits down with a documentary on making a transition from a
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good morning, everyone. i'm scott mcgrew. coming up next on "today in the bay," a fight in a crowded south bay mall leaves two people injured with stab wounds. we'll tell you where police found those suspects. also, is facebook allowing advertisers to discriminate based on race? an investigative journalist group says yes. and we're tracking more rain around the bay area this weekend, we'll let you know when that heaviest rain arrives. important step forward. the time is long overdue... pharmaceutical industry. passes - the ballot.
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it is time for the pharmaceutical industry to stop ripping off the people of this country. the entire nation is looking at california. let's go forward together. thank you all very much. and as you start your weekend this morning, let's take you out to the skies over dublin, looking a bit more like ireland with all the drizzle this morning. good morning, everyone. thank you for joining us, i'm scott mcgrew, vianey arana is with you as well. we're going to get your microclimate forecast. >> it looks like we are expecting to see scattered showers throughout the day, but if you didn't get a chance to go outside yesterday, you may have a break in sunshine today. now, we are expecting a few

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