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making news in america this morning, showdown in sin city. the first democratic presidential debate with hillary clinton center stage. the moment getting the most attention involving clinton's e-mail controversy and what it means for joe biden's decision on whether to run. we're live with highlights and analysis. deadly attacks. emergency meetings under way right now after terror attacks in the middle east. the unrest showing no signs of slowing. breaking overnight, basketball and reality show star lamar odom rushed to the hospital found unconscious at a brothel. new details just in about his condition. scrap metal scare. piercing through a windshield. the close call for a driver.
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well, good wednesday morning. i'm reena ninan. >> and i'm phillip mena. we begin with the showdown in vegas. the biggest night so far for the five democrats making a run for the white house. >> hillary clinton and bernie sanders got the most speaking time as they clashed on gun control. the middle east and the economy. the three lesser known contenders struggled for attention but failed to get the breakout moment they were hoping for. >> they refrained from name calling and personal attacks and sanders even claim to clinton's defense firing off what many considered was the best line of the night. >> enough of the e-mails. let's talk about the real issues facing america. >> this was the first of six planned democratic primary debates. >> it gave hillary clinton a chance to show why she is leading the pack and, of course, donald trump chimed in live tweeting blow by blow. we get the latest from abc's kenneth moton. good morning, kenneth. >> reporter: good morning. hillary clinton was tough last night. she really dominated on that
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debate stage taking on her four challengers who at times refused to bring the fight to her. round one, the democrats sparring over the issues. hillary clinton feisty, aggressive, defending her record in the senate and as secretary of state. >> i would not ask anyone to vote for me based on my last name. i'd ask them to listen to what i'm proposing. >> reporter: from gun control. >> is bernie sanders tough enough on guns? >> no, not at all. >> it's time to stand up and pass comprehensive gun safety legislation as a nation. >> reporter: to foreign policy. >> the greatest strategic threat that we have right now is resolving our relationship with china. >> reporter: the biggest moment of the night, bernie sanders on clinton's e-mail scandal. >> the american people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn e-mails. >> thank you. me too, me too. >> reporter: lincoln chafee trying to seize on the moment. >> there is an issue of american credibility out there. >> secretary clinton, do you
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want to respond? >> no. >> governor -- >> that e-mail talk received the most attention on twitter. bill clinton tweeting this picture and the #imwithher. donald trump, sorry there is no star on the stage tonight. both celebrating post debate. hillary clinton thanking supporters, bernie sanders calling out republicans. >> i would hope that the american people see the difference between people who are trying to address real issues rather than call people names. >> reporter: then there's the joe biden factor. the vice president was not mentioned last night. we are still waiting to hear this week if he will be a candidate at the next debate. reena and phillip. >> big question looming, kenneth. it seems sanders and clinton came out on top. who fell flat in the debate. >> reporter: without a doubt lincoln chafee and jim webb. i will tell you webb complained he didn't get enough time and chafee, well, his attack on
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hillary clinton in that e-mail scandal didn't do much. it appears donald trump on twitter got more attention than the two candidates on stage. >> seems that way. kenneth, thanks so much. as kenneth mentioned joe biden stayed away from the spotlight last night but he was keeping a close/. >> the vice president still hasn't said if he'll throw his hat in the ring. while the five candidates were battling it out he was watching it on tv from his residence in washington. we asked matthew dowd what the debate means for the vp. >> i think when you take a look at the context of this whole debate the one clear winner i saw was joe biden who wasn't there which is if he was watching this debate or other democrats were watching this debate it would encourage him to get in because what you saw in that debate is still people not ready to take on a general election fight so i thought the clear winner was joe biden. >> that's an interesting take. the debate dominated social media. bernie sanders was the most mentioned candidate on twitter. >> sanders also gained the most followers on twitter during the
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debate adding over 28,000. clinton added 10,000 followers, o'malley, 3,000 and webb, 2,000 and by the way, donald trump, well, he gained 60,000 followers during the debate. >> and people were searching for information on key issues. according to google trends here are the top ones. health care, mths, economy, clinton's e-mails and abortion. >> stay with abc news for the latest reactions from last night's democratic debate. full coverage later on "good morning america" including an interview with donald trump. >> well, breaking news overnight from former nba and reality tv star lamar odom being treated at a las vegas hospital after being found unconscious at a brothel. medics were called in when he was found to be unresponsive. he was stabilized and driven to vegas because his 6'10" frame was too big for a medical helicopter. we spoke to the brothel's owner.
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>> see if he wanted something to eat and was unconscious. management called 911. ambulance came, police came. took him to the hospital in nevada. they immediately said this is not looking good. >> reports online say odom is fighting for his life and some of his organs are failing. he is reportedly unconscious and on a respirator. odom was married to khloe kardashian for four years and divorced in 2013. she is said to be by his side. breaking right now, israel is beginning to deploy hundreds of troops around the country to assist police. it's the first of the new measures to combat the increasing palestinian attacks against israeli civilians and soldiers. the israeli cabinet called for tighter security after a particularly bloody day yesterday in which three israelis and three palestinians were killed. well, here at home planned
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parenthood made a policy change. a group says it will continue to provide fetal tissue to researchers but will cover the cost itself rather than accepting any reimbursement. republicans in congress have responded to the undercover videos by launching investigations and attempts to end federal funding. well, still ahead, a warning from air traffic controllers to travelers. be prepared for more delays unless something is done soon. highway hazard. a piece of metal flying through a driver's windshield. the cubs making history and the dodgers not going down without a fight. awe the highlights from espn
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right now crews combing through the scene in florida where a small plane crashed into two hopes. three people reportedly killed including a young woman who lived in one of the homes in the palm beach county town of palm springs. witnesses say the aircraft dropped out of the sky and hit two homes and then burst into flames. if you have flight plans, new warning says you shouldn't be bringing any extra lithium ion batteries with you. those are the type of batteries that power cell phones, laptops and other devices. the faa is warning those batteries should not be packed in checked luggage because they can ignite and fuel fires in baggage compartments. a small number of the batteries can city be brought on board but in carry-on bags. air traffic controllers warning widespread delays are likely in the near future. their union says flying is still safe despite a chronic shortage of controllers. there are now the fewest controllers in 27 years. and 30% of active controllers are eligible to retire. the controllers union says the
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faa has not met its hiring goals for five years and that congress should ask why. well, if it feels like you're always paying more for your cable service it's because you probably are. market research shows the average customer's monthly bill is about $42 higher than it was five years ago. that's an increase of 35%. one reason cable companies are being forced to charge more is that they have fewer customers as more people died to cut the cord. >> might want to hit the gym. it's national dessert day and means lots of have sweet deals. bennigan's is offering brownie pie. join cinnabon's list and get a free mini bun cinnamon role and cold stone creamery gives you two for the price of one and joining t.g.i. friday's gets you a free dessert there, as well. watching "atm" gets you sweet
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space telescope. scientists say they confirm jupiter's great red spot is shrinking faster than previously thought and that is more orange than it is red at this point. back here on earth a look at your morning road conditions. wet pavement out there in southern california. florida and in the northeast. as well as parts of new england. if you're flying, airport delays are possible in los angeles and miami. a gun store and its owner are liable in the shooting of two police officers. >> a milwaukee jury found badger guns broke four laws in selling the gun used to shoot the cops in the face. one suffered brain damage. the jury found the practices at badger guns to be shoddy and irresponsible and awarded the victims nearly $6 million in damages. the store plans to appeal. two other police officers wounded by guns sold by badger are also suing. well, it didn't take long for a connecticut jury to deny the claim of a woman who sued her 8-year-old nephew and says
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the boy 8 at the time broke her wrist when he ran and gave her a husband. she wanted $127,000 in damages. during the trial she told the jury she still has trouble, prepare for this, holding an hors d'oeuvre plate at parties. >> no more hugs. a scary incident on a highway near boston. a large piece of scrap metal came crashing down on a woman's windshield. that piece of metal fell off a tractor trailer but luckily it landed on the passenger side of the windshield where no one was sitting. the driver, a 48-year-old woman says she had no warning. >> coming under the underpass, it flew out of a truck. it was sparks kind of flying from the truck. >> luckily no one was hurt in the incident. police are seeking the truck driver who was behind the wheel when that metal broke loose. a fire at a walmart in the california bay area, a man arrested after spraying lighter fluid in an aisle packed with halloween costumes then setting
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them on fire. workers helped put out the flames before firefighters arrived. everyone had to be evacuated. but no one was hurt. dramatic video this morning of a rescue off the san francisco coast. you can see a whale watching boat pull up to a much smaller overturned boat. two men clicking to the bottom in huge swells. they were pulled aboard the larger vessel but, unfortunately, a third passenger did not make it. the rescued men said their boat started taking on water and sank within two minutes. also caught on camera. the dramatic moments just after a woman gives birth during a long haul flight. you can see the flight attendants overcome with joy as they hold the little girl. the flight on the way from taiwan to los angeles when mom went into labor way ahead of schedule. the flight was diverted to anchorage leaving some to wonder whether the newborn will be an american citizen. well, it's the stuff of fantasy. a pill to replace exercise. researchers are, well on the
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road to identifying what happens to our bodies when we work out. there are about 1,000 different molecular changes during exercise but scientists caution there are limits to just how much exercise pills can do. >> soups too good to be true. all right. to sports now. four teams are still alive in baseball's american league playoffs but by this time tomorrow, that number will be down to two. >> of course, we get all the details about the national league from our guys at espn. good morning, welcome to our "sportscenter" set in los angeles. along with andre iguodala and neil everett, i'm stan verrett. >> iguodala is a big baseball fan. at least he is now. at least his bobblehead is. if it was a real person it would be a fan. cardinals/cubs. anthony riz go is a big kevin siegrist fan. kyle schwarber, got some. got some if you need it.
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then top nine, hector rondon out. the mets or the dodgers. mets trying to finish off the dodgers in game four. top third, no score. runners on first and third. adrian gonzalez. off the pride of long island. and matthew johnson digging it. steven matz the pitcher. justin turner, turner having himself a great postseason. has four double, a hit in every game. duda after great start from clayton kershaw and the dodgers win it 3-1 and force a game five. >> look who showed up. steph curry. >> preseason basketball. the nuggets beat the warriors, sorry, guys. >> basketball ready. >> ready. >> got to say go, astros. >> showing his colors. up next in "the pulse"
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last gop debate. >> that hippie santa, i mean -- in takes the cake. >> totally stands out too. is he a wizard? is he, you know -- got to find out. we're going to find out. >> maybe it's a hint that there's a new harry potter coming out. if you missed seeing the donald at last night's debate, cheer up, fear not, trump is going to host "saturday night live" next month. he will be the first presidential candidate to host "snl" although hillary clinton appeared in a sketch earlier this month. >> trump last hosted the show in 2004 but, of course, the show already has an actor who plays trump. >> here's the bottom line, i'm just like you, a regular joe but better. a man of the people. >> yes, like everyone else, you know, he puts his hair on one -- >> that is taryn killiam as trump. they're obligated to give other candidates air time.
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no word if any of the other presidential hopefuls are taking nbc up on it. next up, though, actress jennifer lawrence who has frank words for the pay gap. >> she says that she blamed herself as a negotiator when she found out she was paid far less for her work in "american hustle" than her male co-stars revealed in the hack of sony pictures' computers. >> she says she didn't fight for millions more because she didn't want to come across as difficult or spoiled. she claims she's now over finding what she find adorable ways to state her opinion. >> she is the star. a photo of the gunslinger billy the kid bought at a junk shop for 2 bucks could soon bring in 5 million. only second known image of the outlaw playing croquet with his gang. >> took a team of experts to make sure it was a real deal that has every deal authentic. he was shot to death.
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>> ♪ >> good morning, i'm tamala edwards. it's wednesday, on 14th. we've got several developing stories. right now police in delaware county are piecing together this accident scene. it has claimed the life of a motorcycle driver. democrats went toe to toe. hillary clinton's e-mails to gun control issues. we have it all covered for you this morning. a bizarre turn for a former nba star. lamar odom is fighting for his life after an evening in a brothel. people don't know him from the hardwood may know him a the former husband of a kardashian. those stories and much more next up on "action news." >> ♪ well, you never know what you are going to find at a thrift store. it could be designer clothes, collectibles and fine art. >> or maybe not so fine art. still a washington state woman is saying ay caramba after
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recent purchases. alysiyssa joffey has the story. >> reporter: a retail hunt could turn into a windfall for gwen low lynn appwood. she purchased four paptdzings. >> i looked at them and thought, man, these aren't very good. >> reporter: but atwood's appreciation grew when she thought her thrift store score looked like "the original high" storybooks of "the simpsons." >> i paid a quarter each and auction house's starting the bid 2,000 each. >> reporter: atwood showed the art to the evergrown state college where he graduated in '77 and an instructor wondered whether they were a school project. >> evergreen college wanted me to donate the drawings to them. and i kind of told them eat my
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shores. >> reporter: doh. what a bart thing to say but she's a huge fan of the simpsons and she watches episodes of the iconic animated sitcom daily. ♪ the simpsons >> i do like "the simpsons" a l lot. >> reporter: hob has authenticated them and they appear more refined than his early sketches. atwood said she tried reaching graining. >> no, i want money. >> reporter: seems she might make money off the artwork. not her own. elise jaffe, komo news. >> everyone wishes that happens to them. >> hope it's real. hope it is real >> that's what's making news in america this morning.
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>> ♪ >> "action news." delaware valley's leading news program. with matt o'donnell, tamala edwards, karen rogers and meteorologist, david murphy. >> ♪ >> good morning. i am tamala edwards. it is wednesday, october 14th. right now police in delaware county are -- >> investigators in camden county are trying to figure out what happened to a three-year-old boy who was later found dead. philadelphia police hope to arrest a woman today wanted for burglarizing senior citizens. >> and princeton university is poised to allow its campus police access to rifles. >> good morning everyone, it is 4:30 midweek. let's turn to dave murphy and karen rogers for weather and traffic. good morning. >> little bit cooler out there

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