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>> dan: we're following breaking news at 6:00. the f.b.i. announcing that the agency is standing by its conclusion not to charge hillary clinton following an investigation into thousands of newly discovered e-mails that might have been connected to a private e-mail server. the f.b.i.'s director sending that letter to congress. >> jadiann: this lates before election day. so there's lots to get to tonight. we have 7 team coverage in the race for the white house. we're going to start with alex live in manchester, new hampshire. he has the latest on the clinton campaign. alex? >> alex: well, the f.b.i. says hillary clinton should not be prosecuted after going through all these new e-mails. the new development comes as hillary clinton is expected here in manchester, new hampshire, tonight. in this letter, f.b.i. director
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charges after a review of new e-mails." comey writes, "based on our review, we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in late july with respect to secretary clinton." in july, the f.b.i. said clinton should not face charges for mishandling classified information by using a private e-mail server while she was secretary of state. the case was reopened last month when the f.b.i. discovered e-mails in a separate investigation into anthony weiner, the clinton's press secretary tweeting, "we were always confident nothing would cause the july decision to be revisited. now director comey has confirmed it." meanwhile, hillary clinton stopped in philadelphia today, attending services at a predominantly african american church. african americans and women are critical to her winning pennsylvania. >> here in pennsylvania you don't have early voting like there are in other states, so i
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8th. >> alex: vice presidential candidate tim kaine stumps. >> if we win and he whines, that's just the whining of a sore loser. >> alex: after pennsylvania, hillary clinton went on to ohio. she's expected here in new hampshire around 8:00. it is unknown whether she will address the e-mail issue. live in manchester, new >> jadiann: all right, alex. donald trump arriving for a rally in minneapolis this evening. the republican candidate has been all over clinton's e-mail allegations. trump's looking to cover as much ground as possible the final weekend before ewill election day. >> dan: running mate mike pence is in new hampshire. kelli o'hara is live in wyndham with more. >> kelli: governor pence is expected to speak to a crowded room in two hours. as they get out the rally vote,
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picnic tables here in a very crowded room, all calling for voters asking for their support come tuesday. ? and i'd gladly stand up ? donald trump crossing the country today trying to rally his base and expand his support. he kicked off his stops in iowa first thing this morning where polls show the republican nominee leading democrat hillary clinton. trump pledges to change what he believes is the corrupt washington criminal class, asking for the crowd's support with just two days until election day.>> is a simple question: will our country be governed by the people or will it be governed by the corrupt political class? we're going to find out very soon. i'm asking you to dream big because with your vote, can you believe this, in just two day, with two days away, we will get the change you have been waiting for for your entire life.
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criticized the democratic nominee. >> we get more people in our rallies than hillary gets with beyonc? and j-lo and j zee. >> kelli: and he mentioned the battleground states where he says he has the upper hand. >> we're leading in new hampshire. we're leading the the great state of ohio. we're leading in a great state i just left, iowa. >> kelli: and his campaig reacting to the f.b.i.'s news to clear clinton of any wrongdoing in the latest investigation into the former secretary of state's e-mails. >> i immediately, steve, i thought hess mishandled the investigation from the beginning and this priewfts it yet again. >> back out here live at a get-out-the-rally vote in wyndham, new hampshire, where volunteers are awaiting governor pence to speak just two days before the election. people here say they are very, very excited and they hope pence has some strong words for his
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tonight, kelli o'hara. >> jadiann: and clinton has support from 44% of likely voters to trump's 40% according to the final "wall street journal" poll. libertarian gary johnson is backed by 6% and jill stein stands at 2%. to help put that in perspective. hillary clinton had more than a double-digit lead this time last month according to that same poll. continues to play a crucial role in the race for the white house. both candidates are trying the keep pace in the granite state. donald trump is planning to make yet another stop in new hampshire monday night. that's on the eve of the election when he'll host a rallied a southern new hampshire university. and president obama will be in new hampshire on election day campaigning for hillary clinton. he plans to target people who are heading to the polls. 7news has you covered in the race for the white house. election coverage begins at 4:00 p.m. on tuesday.
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latest throughout the night and check our report live from new york city from both trump and clinton headquarters. i'll be there in new york joined by christa delcamp and byron barnett with updates throughout the day. >> jadiann: 7news now turning to the weather. definitely a fall chill in the air tonight. that's a live look outside over the city. never get tired of seeing that beautiful shot of the zakim. there how long will this cool and soggy weather be sticking around? we have a first check on your forecast. clouds starting to wreck apart in worcester county. closer to the coastline, clouds are solid. still have some rain from plymouth down through the cape and the islands. these are fairly steady showers. and it's one after another after another. so rather than being a few spridges, could end up with a decent amount. areas like mashpee, chatham, nantucket. these are likely to continue through the evening and may even see one or two during the overnight hours. got 47 degrees right now. an we are setting up for kind of
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on the cape. meanwhile, much cooler as you get out toward boston. mid-30s there. even upper 20s in some of the usual cooler western suburbs. skies become clear except for plymouth county, the cape and the islands where we could see some lingering showers and clouds through most of the night and even into tomorrow. otherwise mostly sunny skies. tomorrow temperature-wise, a touch warmer. then it gets a lot warmer as we head into election day. we'll talk about that and the roller coaster ride to >> dan: following more news today, police investigating shots fired in everett. officials say one person is dead after shots rang out on dane street this afternoon. right now it's unclear what led to the shooting, but officials say it may have been a drug deal gone bad. officials are still searching for suspects. >> jadiann: one woman is dead and five others injured in fatal car accident early this morning on i-95 eastbound. state police say the 25-year-old driver somehow lost control, hit a jersey warier and then rolled the car on its roof.
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died at the scene. the five passengers were rushed to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. police are still investigating. >> dan: flames tear through a home in roxbury. fire crews rushed to the scene on george street. you can see in this picture the house is engulfed in flames. right now no word on any injuries or a cause. a water main break causing some transit delays this morning. this happened in the area of albany street and maulden street. the problem was the bus garage that was flooded. or if anything was damaged. >> jadiann: authorities announcing route 128 is back open ahead of schedule. the road was shut down to demolish the highland avenue bridge. travel was a challenge, of course, but crews said saturday they made more progress than expected. >> dan: a suspected serial killer in south carolina officially charged after confessing to four murders in relation to a cold case. todd kohlhepp, the registered sex offender arrested for
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confessed he killed four people at a motorsports bar back in 2003. several of the victims' family members were at a hearing for kohlhepp today. kohlhepp was arrested thursday after a woman was found chained inside a metal shipping container on his property. the woman and her boyfriend have been missing since august. coal -- kohlhepp's cob fetion comes on the 13th anniversary of the crime. >> it's a lot of pressure for us in looking at him. it's like it's just hard to believe we're here. it's >> i just looked at him. i just know the stars are going to be shining a lot brighter tonight. >> dan: kohlhepp led investigators to a shallow grave where human remains were discovered. yesterday they were identified as charles carver, the boyfriend of the woman found alive on his property. eight children are now being treated for a rare neurological illness in seattle. doctors are stump trying to figure out how the children
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it affects the central nervous system, specifically targeting the spinal cord. doctors say a.f.m. is not contagious and so far there are no connections between the eight children. >> that's what's alarming for us now is that, you know, a disease that has not been seen, so few a few cases in 2014, none in 2015, to see eight cases that meet the case definition, plus they're this close together, still remains a concern. >> dan: symptoms include sudden and pronounced weakness of all eight children are expected to survive. >> jadiann: it's marathon sunday in new york city today, the marathon's first place male broke the record for the youngest winner ever. the man from eritrea is just 20 years old. this is his first new york marathon title. he finished in two hours and seven minutes 5eub 1 seconds. and the new york marathon female winner is mary ketany of kenya.
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every second counts. >> dan: certainly does when you're in a race. coming up on 7news at 6:00, tenants tied up. body cameras rolling when a landlord loses his cool. we'll have a closer look at the takedown straight ahead. >> monday... >> in rio local olympian abbey d'agostino became known for her great show of sportsmanship, but let's see if she's just as kind to me in this week's who did it better. see who can sprint to the challenge. challenge. if the shoe i'm maggie hassan, and new hampshire has a very clear choice: do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests... or a new senator who sides with the people of new hampshire? my focus has always been on creating opportunity for working families: making college and job training more affordable. lowering prescription drug costs. and always protecting a woman's right
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these are my priorities, why i approve this message... and why i respectfully ask for your vote. massachusetts' newspapers rarely agree, but they do on question 2. they agree opponents have run a "campaign of misinformation" to spread "fear through white, affluent neighborhoods." they agree in the suburbs question 2 will have "no impact on their schools and their children." they agree it will provide vital "choices for urban parents"
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s "a kid's civil right." join leading newspapers and governor baker in voting yes on 2. >> jadiann: well, a rental nightmare in florida. detectives raiding a home after they say a landlord tied up his tenants and then tried to rob them. police say the suspect was after prescription painkillers. >> dan: this big bust was all caught on camera.
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at night, looking for evidence following a frightening home invasion. >> get out of there. >> dan: in this body cam video to catch the suspect, investigators didn't even have to leave the crime scene. >> right in the yard. >> dan: detective todd koenig says 60-year-old lib -- lynn vineyard wore a ski mask to hide his face. it didn't work well. the two female victims live in a trailer in his backyard. >> they knew him right off. >> d into the unit demanding oxycodone pills. he targeted his tenants knowing one had a legal prescription for the addictive drug. according to the police report, vineyard used zip ties to tie the women's hands and told them to stay put or "someone in the woods will shoot you." >> they were terrified, didn't want me to leave until they left the property. they thought he was going to come back. i assured them he was going to jail. >> dan: vineyard told police
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he's in jail. he'll stale there until he makes $50,000 bond. >> nice warm-up in time for election day and then a big cool down. i'll show it to you in the seven-day first coming up. >> joe: and al horford is outagain for the celtics. and are these guys the best back court in the nba? they think they are. they think they are. isaac mizrahi makes? our neighborhood public schools. they are the bedrock of our communities. but even now, these local schools are losing more than 400 million dollars a year to privately-run charter schools. and if question 2 passes, it will only get worse. we can't let that happen. to protect our public schools and the right of all our kids to a quality education, vote no on question 2. ? at blue cross blue shield of massachusetts,
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more from plymouth down to the cape through the overnight hours. got 47 in boston. 48 in norwood. the combination, temperatures below normal, 55 out over the watered. if you look at the wind direction, the winds are blowing from the north. so that means the cape and the islands will be down wind of the water and with water temperatures in the 50s, that means a fairly warm night for the cape and the islands, with temperatures staying in the 40s, even some low 50s out ther also means the chance for showers will continue for the cape and the islands. again, plymouth down to chatham down to nantucket, do expect on-and-off showers through most of the night, even into term morning hours, and that's all part of an area of low pressure that's spinning around just off our shore. that will get out of here, and then skies will start to clear out for most of us as we head through the overnight hours and into tomorrow. and again, the exception will be the cape and the islands, where we could even still see a lingering shower early tomorrow
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of our monday. and fairly quiet weather during the overnight hours. the down side is temperatures are going to drop like a rock monday night into tuesday morning. so that means early election day, it will be chilly. if you're going to the polls before work it will be cold. during lunch break it will be mild. mild weather sticks around well into the evening hours. across the country, most of the country on election day will be quiet, which is usually good good turnout on election day. looks like we'll get that for most of the country, but especially so here on tuesday. cloudy with a spot shower on wednesday. another spot shower on friday. veterans day. i think the bulk of the day will be okay. but cooler and breezy for next weekend. >> and now time for 7sports with joe amorosino. >> joe: with the patriots off the sunday nightspotlight is on the celtics. tipping off against the nuggets
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garden. the celtics are short handed again. still recovering from a concussion, al horford is out. jay crowder is also out dealing with a sprained ankle. expeblg a whole lot of isaiah thomas and avery bradley once again. the starting back court is averaging a combined 46 points, 11 assists and 11 rebuds through five games. duo poured in 56 points in thursday's loss to the cavs. steph curry and clay thompson? not even close, but thomas says conversation as one of the elite back courts in the nba. >> the two guys, we're up here. i mean, not going to say we're the besting but we play and feel like we're the best, and you talk about back courts, you can't leave. that's our mind-set this year. we're coming for all those i guess top back court guys, and we're here. i mean, avery's improved so much
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i'm trying to improve, as well. so we got a lot to prove. >> and here's a break for hayes. he hesitates and scores, two short-handed goals for the rangers, and the bruins are down 2. >> we still have to defend when you don't have the puck, and you can't get the lackadaisical. and i think we did that tonight. >> joe: the bruins are second to last with a p percentage of 7.9, but now they're giving up goals on the man advantage. two short-handed goals leading to a 5-2 loss at the garden. with the sabres in town tomorrow night, the b's need to shore up their special teams fast. >> we're good enough players. we need confidence right now and being desperate, we're hurting the team. we can't do that. >> certainly don't want to be
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it's a focus that we need to be better on as a whole group, and that needs to be something that strikes fear in our opponent. right now i don't think that's the case. maybe we'll turn that tide and make it so. >> joe: on sports extra tonight, we'll have more on the bruins with rookie defenseman brandon core low in studio. plus ron borges joined by mark devito. we're talking all-time quarterbacks and how well if these are the final years. and the shocking end to jamie collins's run in new england. that's all tonight following the broncos and raiders on sunday night football. the patriots will be getting set to host the seahawks in a sunday night super bowl rematch. bill belichick is watching the nfl, and he said today that seattle scouting report is done for now, but he'll be tuning in for that monday night matchup tomorrow night against the
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cleveland debut against doc prescott and the cowboys. collins matched up with jason whitten. the dallas tight end wins the battle,. the browns fall to 0-9, lose 35g-10. collins end up with eight tackles and a q.b. hit. just 20 days after having surgery to repair torn meniscus in his left knee. ben roethlisberger back on the field today in baltimore. the steelers punt on 10 of their first 11 drives. this one early in the fourth is chris moore scoops it up and scores. the ravens had a 21-0 lead. big ben gets going mid way through fourth quarter, throwing a touchdown to antonio brown and running for another one, but it's too little too late. baltimore snaps their four-game skid, winning it 21-14. jets visiting miami leading 23-20 with just over five minutes left. the fins, drake changes that. fielding the kickoff at the four-yard line. picks up some street at the 30 and goes nearly untouched for a
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miami wins it 27-23, improving to 4-4 on the season. jets drop to 3-6. >> play of the day brought to you by capital one. >> joe: lions hosting the vikings. tied at 16 in overtime. no tie this week. matthew stafford fires to golden tate who stays inbounds while making those two vikings miss. then he somersaults into the end zone for the game-winning score. the tate touchdown hands minnesota a third straight that's sports. we'll have sports extra tonight after the broncos and raiders on sunday night football. 7news continues after the b most banks are all the same... capital one isn't most banks. ? it's a relaxed place with helpful people focused on you, not trying to sell you things you don't want.
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>> jadiann: that's all of our time for 7 news at 6:00. so glad you stopped by to join us.
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i'm maggie hassan, and new hampshire has a very clear choice: do we keep going with a senator who repeatedly votes with the corporate special interests... or a new senator who sides with the people of new hampshire? my focus has always been on creating opportunity for working families: making college and job training
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ug costs. and always protecting a woman's right to make her own health care decisions. these are my priorities, why i approve this message... and why i respectfully ask for your vote. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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