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good morning, america. new overnight, the campaign bombshell. hillary clinton reacting to the fbi's shocking announcement that they found new e-mails that may be pertinent to the investigation into her private server. >> the american people deserve to get the full and complete facts immediately. >> the connection to top aide huma abedin and the sexting scandal involving her estranged husband, the disgraced congressman anthony weiner. on the stump, donald trump pounces. >> this is bigger than watergate. >> could this turn the tide of the election? our political team weighs in, plus, the latest abc news tracking poll. on fire, an airplane bursts into flames during takeoff. panicked passengers rushing for the exits. >> fire. >> the plane's wing melted.
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>> i see the slide. >> why it all came down to a matter of seconds. taking the lead, the indians beat the cubs on their home turf. wrigley's first world series game in over 70 years. the run that made the difference. and super fan bill murray's bizarre seventh inning stretch. ♪ take me out -- hey, good morning. and let's get right to the big story. that fresh bombshell tossed into an election that's already been wilder than any in recent memory. >> you want to talk about an october surprise, here it is. with only ten days to go and with roughly 18 million americans already voting, the fbi director says the agency has found new e-mails that may be relevant to the investigation into hillary clinton's private server. >> yeah, the fbi had already said they weren't going to charge her, but then they started looking into disgraced congressman anthony weiner, the estranged husband of top clinton
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aide huma abedin. as part of that investigation they say they found new e-mails that, quote, appear to be pertinent. >> now, the polls were already tightening. our latest abc tracking poll shows clinton with just a two-point lead before any of this news broke. both candidates addressing the story overnight. trump comparing it to watergate. we have team coverage this morning and we do kick things off with our chief justice correspondent pierre thomas who has the latest on the investigation. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: good morning, paula. today the fbi director finds himself in exactly the place he did not want to be, in the middle of a white hot presidential campaign. this morning as secretary clinton enters the final stretch of the campaign, a political nightmare. newly discovered e-mails blindsiding her campaign. abc news learning it all began inside the fbi thursday. the firestorm set in motion during a highly confidential briefing by fbi director james comey with senior agents. agents came to comey telling him new e-mails had been discovered while investigating a sexting
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scandal involving clinton top aide huma abedin's now estranged husband, former new york congressman anthony weiner. during that investigation, e-mails were found on a device shared by the couple. weiner had been publicly disgraced during a series of sexting scandals captured in this documentary shocking his wife. >> it's like living a nightmare. >> reporter: and recently the fbi began investigating allegations that weiner had been sexting an underage teenager in north carolina. comey decides further investigation is needed even though there's no evidence of wrongdoing by clinton. and the fbi director decides he has to tell congress. writing "in connection with an unrelated case the fbi learned of the existence of e-mails pertinent to the investigation. he goes on to say, they will determine whether they contain classified information." in an internal memo to fbi employees comey stresses, "given than we don't know the
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significance of this newly discovered collection of e-mails, i don't want to create a misleading impression" and cautions that "there's a significant risk of being misunderstood." sources tell me the fbi director believes he had no choice but to notify congress. otherwise, be accused of hiding new information he discovered just before election day. dan. >> paula and i have a lot of questions. first, is your sense that this is comey dotting his is and crossing his ts or is this decision as some republicans are saying an indication that the agency really must have found something significant? >> reporter: dan, i'm told they don't know what they have just yet. picture this snare yore, fbi agents investigating anthony weiner in a sexting scandal. they seize devices he's been using and discover he shared those with his wife huma abedin that close clinton aide and find e-mails likely pointing to her communicating with secretary clinton. but they have to stop right there because their warrant only allows them to investigate weiner, so no one has looked through these e-mails possibly tied to clinton. in fairness it would not be unusual for abedin to be communicating with her boss but right now the fbi wants to know what they were communicating about. >> and, pierre, we're talking
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about thousands of e-mails, but comey is under extreme pressure to release more information. do you see that happening between now and election day, which is just ten days away? >> unlikely but he's under incredible pressure. you've got clinton and democrats demanding that he do so. the pressure is only going to intensify because they're so close to the election. we've never seen anything like this. >> certainly haven't. pierre, thank you and when this news broke, hillary clinton was airborne. her team was given no warning learning about it when they landed and abc's cecilia vega was traveling with the clinton campaign at the time and joins us with the very latest and, cecilia, her campaign was completely shocked by the announcement. >> it is impossible to describe just how surreal this was. clinton, her team and the press corps covering her all in the air with no wi-fi as this huge news was breaking. just before this happened, aides had been talking about how good they were feeling about the state of this race. they did not see this coming. it is the october surprise no one expected. >> the american people deserve to get the full and complete
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facts immediately. >> reporter: hillary clinton trying to get on the offensive in this bombshell that has rocked her campaign demanding the fbi release more information. >> the director himself has said he doesn't know whether the e-mails referenced in his letter are significant or not. therefore, it's imperative that the bureau explain this issue in question, whatever it is, without any delay. >> reporter: clinton's team caught completely off guard by the news. it started out as a regular day on the campaign trail when clinton boarded her plane bound for iowa. on board, clinton chatting with her top aides including huma abedin. on the ground below, chaos unfolding. >> we just got off the flight. there was no wi-fi on board all the way from new york to iowa. no one had any idea what was happening while we were in the air. staffers were completely shocked. not a mention from clinton 4 during her two rallies.
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instead this go to stump speech line taking on new meaning. >> donald trump says he can still win and, you know, he's right. anything can happen in an election. >> reporter: this morning, her campaign facing yet another controversy. what would you say to a voter who right now will be seeing you and hearing what you're saying saying, i didn't trust her before. i don't trust her any more right now. >> you know, i think people a long time ago made up their minds about the e-mails. i think that's factored into what people think and now they're choosing a president. >> reporter: they sure are. clinton's team says they have no idea what's in the new e-mails though clinton says she is confident that whatever is in them will not change the fbi's decision to not file charges, but, look, her team is gearing up for a fight. right now they are outraged, guys, about the timing of this, a bombshell this close to election. >> a bombshell, indeed.
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thank you very much, cecilia. donald trump, meanwhile, and his team clearly reveling in this latest plot twist. trump was out on the stump overnight in iowa and mary bruce is covering that. mary, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. well, he's been down in the polls and plagued by controversies for weeks but now donald trump is catching a much needed break, and he is running with it hoping this renewed investigation into clinton's e-mails will tilt the election in his favor. [ chanting "lock her up" ] >> reporter: a re-energized donald trump taking the stage in iowa overnight. >> the fbi after discovering new e-mails is re-opening their investigation into hillary clinton. >> reporter: at rally after rally trump is relishing clinton's october surprise. >> this is bigger than watergate. the american people fully understand her corruption. justice at last can be
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delivered. >> reporter: for months trump has slammed the fbi for not recommending charges against clinton. even yesterday. >> the fbi rolled over. when i say the system is rigged, part of what i mean is the fact that she shouldn't even be allowed to run. >> reporter: but hours later a change in tune. >> it might not be as rigged as i thought, right? right? very proud that the fbi was willing to do this actually. really. very proud. >> reporter: now trump is hoping this will be a turning point. and so are many republicans. the party is welcoming this new line of attack as republican candidates make their closing arguments to voters. dan and paula. >> all right, to be continued. mary, thank you. we want to bring in abc chief white house correspondent jon karl. jon, good morning to you. thanks for joining us and, jon, we are ten days out. can you believe it? 18 million people have voted. does this shake up the race or have people already made up their minds?
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>> donald trump famously said during the primaries that there are people that would vote for him even if he shot somebody on fifth avenue. right now there are hillary clinton supporters who against donald trump would vote for her even if comey did lock her up. i mean, this race is very much set. you have very few undecided voters left. i think one thing that this does, though, is it puts a little bit of a bounce in donald trump's step. you saw that, you saw in our tracking poll, even before this news broke, republicans starting to get a little bit more enthusiastic about the race. starting to become more likely to vote, that is what is behind the narrowing. it isn't that she has come down or really that he has gone up in terms of support. it's that his supporters are now more likely to go to the polls. this will energize them a little bit more, and i imagine will tighten the race a bit. >> so, how does it change the strategy going forward? clinton was going to campaign in arizona this weekend, a traditionally red state. is this kind of a reset button where she's going to have to retrench her base? >> well, she did something very different last night, dan, which
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is the news broke, and she held a mini press conference. i mean, usually the clinton strategy, the clinton method would be to discuss this over several days, to go back and forth and to obstruct. she came right out, addressed these questions. i think in terms of their state-by-state strategy, you will not see much of a change. there are only ten days left. as paula pointed out nearly 20 million people have already voted. they see real opportunities in some traditional red states that are still there. not just arizona but also georgia. they're even dabbling in texas. i think it is the very little will change in terms of the actual strategy of this campaign. >> jon karl, we always very much appreciate your analysis. thanks for coming in on a saturday morning. >> thanks, jon. >> let's move now to political analyst bill kristol and abc's cokie roberts joining us this morning. thanks to both of you. guys, cokie, i'll let you go first and then, bill, you can jump in. the term, october surprises, we hear it a lot. you guys have covered quite a few campaigns. have you ever seen an october surprise like this?
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>> no, it's surprise after surprise. and we've still got ten days to go. who knows what will happen in the next ten days. and that's kind of what you're hearing out of the democrats. something else -- some other shoe might still drop. but this is remarkable. the polls were very close. our latest tracking poll as you saw is within the margin of error and donald trump clearly thinks that this is a big plus for him. he put $10 million into the campaign -- his own campaign yesterday when he has been hesitant to put his own money in even though he says he's going to do it, so i think this is a much bigger shake-up than some of my colleagues do. >> bill. >> yeah, i tend to agree with cokie. you know, there was a surprise in '92. i was in the bush/quayle white house and i was bush's chief of staff and lawrence walsh indicted former secretary of defense caspar weinberger on the friday before tuesday so
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five days out, four days out. >> wow. >> we were outraged and i still am outraged about that. i don't know that we would -- we were coming back a bit. we probably would have fallen short anyway. these things -- it reminded me of that when i heard the news yesterday. here's what i think, jim comey has the entire fbi at his disposal. all this talk about how this is going to take weeks to find out if what appears to be pertinent really is important or not. that's ridiculous. i mean, i could go through 5,000 e-mails this weekend, right, and he has a lot of agents who are pretty experienced at this. he needs to report on monday or tuesday are we dealing with something serious and significant that would change his judgment from a few months ago or are these more e-mails, the same kind of thing, carelessness, i suspect, but nothing that fundamentally changes it. the notion we'll sit here and not know more ten days from now i think is unacceptable and so i assume comey wouldn't have made this statement yesterday unless he intended to report something early next week. >> yeah, bill and cokie, jump in. >> although he says -- >> go ahead, cokie.
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>> he says that's not the case, and there is -- there's a lot of anger at him, of course, that he is covering his behind after republicans getting mad at him earlier this year when he said there wasn't reason to press charges against hillary clinton. so, you know, he doesn't win either way. and he has made people absolutely furious with him. but you know, think about this. this has all come from anthony weiner. how weird is that, right? sending his yucky, horrible pictures of himself to women who then report it, and so it is just -- it could not be more tabloid. live >> and you talk about anthony weiner, but the e-mail story goes right to hillary clinton's largest vulnerability and that's trust and now we possibly have e-mails as secretary of state on a computer of anthony weiner, the disgraced congressman so how badly does this hurt hillary? >> well, i think -- it depends what they are. it's really ridiculous,
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honestly, that we have to sit here speculating about it. just appears to be pertinent. he has the federal bureau of investigation at his disposal. maybe pierre thomas is right. he needs to get a separate search warrant. how long does that take if you're the fbi director and how long does it take to go through and say, whoa, there seems to have been more distribution of classified material than we thought or basically it turns out there is some additional e-mails from huma abedin to hillary clinton or vice versa, but there's no big deal. now, if these indianapolis dentally were e-mails that were work related that she didn't turn over when she was supposed to turn over all the work related macy's, that's another question but these are not -- this is not rocket science and the fbi likes to say very, very complicated and need weeks, months. he should put every agent on this and i think he needs to tell the voters on monday or tuesday or wednesday of next week what his basic judgment is here, whether he's fundamentally changed his opinion of situation or not. >> he will be under pressure to do so, no question about it. bill and cokie, thank you very much for joining us on a
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saturday morning. we appreciate it. we want to remind everybody, you can download the abc news app and get livestreaming breaking news reports from the campaign trail and stay with abc news for complete coverage on election day itself just ten days away. >> i can't believe it, and we will have more on the fbi investigation later in the hour. but now to the other big story. those dramatic images on a chicago runway. a plane bursting into flames forcing its passengers to evacuate through emergency chutes, and abc's eva pilgrim is in chicago for us this morning with more. hi, eva. >> reporter: good morning, paula. you can see that plane is still there. the runway shut down this morning after that plane caught fire just as it was about to take off. a ball of flames and a cloud of smoke engulfing the entire right side of this american airlines 767. the engine suffering an uncontained failure just moments before taking off in chicago. >> american's engine caught fire on 2-8 right on the rollout. >> reporter: inside the plane sheer panic.
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chaos, 161 passengers on board. mobbing the aisles trying to get out. >> i see the slide. >> reporter: pouring out the emergency exits down the slides. >> 20 seconds later we would have been up in the air. we would have been done. >> reporter: the massive fire all around them, everyone able to get off. 20 people injured. >> this could have been absolutely devastating if it happened later. >> reporter: officials first thought the plane blew a tire and had to abort. american now saying it was an engine-related issue adding it is fully cooperating with the national transportation safety board. the towering smoke visible from blocks away. the fire finally extinguished. you can see the damage. the entire right wing melted. and that plane will stay right there until the ntsb is finished with their on site investigation. dan and paula. >> harrowing story. eva, thank you. let's check the forecast now and get it over to dr. rob marciano. how is it going, man?
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>> stormy conditions out west. want to start there and take you to central and northern central and northern california it got rough with wind and rains, winds gusting over 40 miles per hour. we have two more storms rolling in across the pacific northwest. the third one will drop snow levels, 6,000 feet. we have winter storm warnings posted in the sierra nevadas. we're looking for heat to build across the southeastern participant of the country. we'll talk about that in a little bit. here's the local forecast check it out. >> reporter: good morning, everyone, i'm meteorologist chris sowers with this accuweather update. the heat arrives later today and tomorrow. looking live at the commodor barry bridge. a few clouds out there this morning, it's icy cold with a lot of the areas close to freezing, if not below. as we look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast you can see how nicely we'll rebound this afternoon.
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69 degrees in philadelphia. tomorrow, 76. cooler on halloween, slight breeze, high temperatures in the upper 50s. trick-or-treat for t cubs last night. >> we'll save it, okay. >> yes. >> coming up. >> good morning, ron. let's take a look at the other headlines. how are you doctor? we have two doctors on set today. >> we actually have dr. faris here. >> i'm not a doctor. >> no? >> not even going to fake it. >> good morning, everyone. we're going to begin in north dakota with the tense confrontation between protesters and police at the dakota access pipeline. more than 140 demonstrators have been arrested in violent clashes between those demonstrators and officers. amnesty international planning to send staff to monitor the situation there. demonstrators say the construction of the pipeline will contaminate the water and disturb native american burial sites. for the first time the u.s. supreme court will hear a case involving transgender rights. the justices agreeing to take up the appeal of a virginia school
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board that wants to prevent a transgender senior high school student from using the boys bathroom. that 17-year-old was born female but identifies male. a lower court ruled in favor of that student. chilling new video from inside a washington state mall showing the gunman opening fire on his victims on a security camera footage from the september 23rd incident showing the 20-year-old inside a macy's store, weapon drawn, customers and employees running for cover. five people were killed in that shooting. the gunman arrested. a new twist in the sexual assault case against bill cosby. his lawyers in court arguing that the actor is legally blind and, therefore, not impaired -- is too impaired to stand trial because he's unable to identify his accusers. cosby's defense filing a motion in a pennsylvania courtroom. that is where he is going to face felony charges after an employee at temple university accused him of sexual assault. and after more than two weeks of silence bob dylan says he will go to sweden in december to accept the nobel prize in
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literature, in his words, absolutely if it's at all possible, whatever that means. >> that's a hedge. >> how about that. the swedish academy after saying nothing or answering their calls, the 75-year-old singer/songwriter said that the news about the nobel prize left him, quote, speechless apparently literally. finally, baseball as rob promised, the cleveland indians ruining the chicago cubs' first world series home game since 1945. cleveland's coco crisp, you're going to see him shortly, breaking a scoreless tie in the seventh inning. there he is. the seventh inning pinch hit rbi single. final, indians, 1, cubbies, 0. cleveland leads 2-1. game four tonight at sheffield and addison. you know where that is. >> in chicago. >> dan, last week only one person here thought cleveland would win the world series. >> it's this guy.
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welcome back on a saturday morning. we're going to take a deeper dive now into the news that is rocking hillary clinton's campaign. with ten days to go until the election the fbi with that surprise announcement. the agency saying it has found new e-mails that could be relevant to the investigation into clinton's private server. >> now, those new e-mails were found while the fbi was investigating disgraced congressman anthony weiner, the estranged husband of top clinton aide huma abedin. federal prosecutors had been looking into whether weiner was sexting an underage girl in north carolina. when they searched his computer, they found e-mails from abedin which they say could pertain to the clinton investigation. david wright joins us with more on how these collided. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan, good morning, paula. think of it this way, the
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election of america's first woman president is now caught between the locker room talk of one man and the allegedly predatory sexting of another. this scandal came to light because of the possibly criminal misbehavior of anthony weiner and, yet, clinton has only herself to blame. former new york congressman anthony weiner is married to one of hillary clinton's closest aides. huma abedin filed for divorce after his latest sexting scandal. >> i'm deeply sorry. >> reporter: for hillary clinton the timing couldn't be worse. clinton had been riding high enjoying a huge boost among women voters because of trump's comments on the "access hollywood" bus 11 years ago. now the compulsive sexting by the husband of one of her closest aides has led to a new federal investigation of clinton's e-mails with just over a week to go before the election. weiner's third strike for seconding may be his ugliest yet. the first time he was forced to resign from congress. the second time he was running for new york city mayor. >> it's like living a nightmare. >> reporter: cringeworthy moments caught on camera by a
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documentary film crew filming his comeback effort. >> this is the worst. >> reporter: the third time he was a stay-at-home dad but sexting with a 15-year-old girl, perhaps worst of all weiner allegedly sent out a picture of the couple's son, climbed into bed with him while he was sexting. his electronic devices and his wife's seized as part of the fbi investigation. that is why authorities found the deleted e-mails. of course, the issue here is not weiner's sexting, but the classified e-mails clinton herself sent and received from her private e-mail server in violation of state department rules. so, she has only herself to blame. but it's ironic that it came out because of this of all things. >> yeah, just when we thought this campaign couldn't get grosser, thank you very much. >> r-rated. maybe nc-17. >> nc-17 at a minimum. joining us to talk about the possible legal problems facing anthony weiner, abc's sunny
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hostin. great to have you with us. is he in danger of being sent to prison as a consequence of this fbi investigation? >> look, i think it's really premature to talk about whether or not he's going to be charged, whether or not he's going to trial, whether or not he's going or not to be convicted and whether he's going to go to jail. the bottom line here is that seconding is a federal crime and to be clear, the fbi is investigating anthony weiner and if he is convicted 6 of something like there it could lead to an exposure of 10 to 30 years. we don't know enough to even speculate as to where the fbi is when it comes to anthony weiner's probe. >> is there anything that the fbi could find in regards to hillary clinton that could potentially indict her or lead to some sort of criminal charges? >> again, very, very premature to even discuss it. it's so very speculative, and i think what's really interesting is that the fbi has made it clear that they haven't even reviewed the e-mails yet. in my experience it is completely remarkable that an fbi director would talk about an ongoing investigation. it's really against department
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of justice guidelines to give that kind of information about an ongoing investigation because one, it can compromise the investigation and, two, so close to an election, it's something that simply not done because prosecutors and fbi agents aren't the final arbiters of these kinds of things. that sort of generally ends up in a court of law, and so i think we're in a really remarkable place when you have an fbi director commenting on an ongoing investigation to the public. it just doesn't happen. i've never seen anything like this, and i spoke to so many former prosecutors, federal prosecutors over the past 24 hours and all of them are just as shocked as i am. >> how many times in this campaign have we said, i've never seen anything like this, right? >> remarkable. >> we have ten days to go. all right, thank you. >> and never in a good way. >> thanks, sunny. appreciate it. let's send things over to rob marciano. they have about a foot of snow
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there, the cross country skiers are out. cutting tracking on the rocks, nothing like that. we're warm things up across the country. records will fall across the southeast bumping into the 80s like memphis and montgomery and alabama. northeast will see a cold snap and warming up again across the latter part of the week. world series in chicago, winds will be blowing in. last night they were blowing out. it was a slug fest right, 1-o the rain will hold off for halloween. clouds across the central part of the country and rain across the northwest. dan harris pops up there. the local forecast check it out. >> reporter: the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, radars are clear, warmup begins today, we're up to 69. look at tomorrow, 76. halloween is cooler with a breeze, only 58. re dressed up a
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potter last year. >> right, right. >> so, that was a witch, though >> that was a witch. >> no. >> so i misspoke. >> read between the lines. >> i didn't think that had anything to do with a halloween costume. i thought you were just making a general comment. >> excellent point. >> we should explain, diane macedo is here. thank you very much for joining us this weekend. >> pleasure to be here. thanks for having me. >> coming up in just a few minutes, your big star turn here. >> excellent to have. >> here's what's coming up on "gma" this morning. what did you say? >> i said be nice to her, please. >> i will be nice-ish. the battle at wrigley. seven decades in the making, the cubs now forced to play catch-up. our live report from wrigley field coming up. our live report from wrigley field coming up. no matter what you love,
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♪ game three of the fall classic with more of a pitching duel than a slugfest. >> supposed to be some offensive prowess. didn't happen. it was an historic night as icon ig wrigley field played host to its first world series game in over 70 years. the cubs and cleveland went in tied at 1-1 and alex perez has more on one exciting night, alex, i'm sure you didn't get much sleep watching that one. >> reporter: hey, good morning, paula. good morning, dan. yeah, that's right.
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it was the first world series game at wrigley since 1945 and what a nail-biter. but the cleveland indians brought the party here to a complete stop. >> cleveland wins it. >> reporter: cleveland is halfway there overnight to winning a rare 1-0 game to take the lead in the world series. after six innings of scoreless baseball, coco crisp hitting an rbi. >> crisp. >> reporter: spoiling the cubs' party at wrigley field's first night hosting the world series in seven decades. >> the runs are at a premium, so we have to get them when we can. fortunately we got one and they didn't. >> reporter: cubs faithful packing the house and joining in with bill murray for a bizarre seventh inning stretch. >> you need to sing it like other gratest american entertainer, mr. daffy duck. >> reporter: tonight the friendly confines will be ready again to leave last night's disappointment in the past and -- ♪ root, root, root for the
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cubbies if they don't win it's a shame ♪ ♪ for it's one -- >> reporter: so, the cubs now hoping they can tie things up. game four tonight. dan, paula. >> i hope somebody took bill murray's keys after that. >> i don't think they did. alex has been to many games. i don't think either of us have ever seen anything quite like that. alex, bring them some luck tonight but go, indians, too for the two of you that picked the indians. >> just for the record. >> thank you. >> i always have your back. >> okay, or something like that. coming up on "good morning america," glam your gourd. easy halloween decorating ideas that you could do in a snap and i think this is the part of the show where we go off the rails, right? when you guys try to decorate. >> we're on the rails now? >> apparently we are. maybe not anymore. . my dad gave me those shares, you know.
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♪ this is halloween welcome back, everyone. you may have your kids' halloween costumes set and your own. how about dressing up your house? here with ways to dress up your gourd is megan allan cole, host of meg, you have three different designs. we have a doughnut design, a floral and a brush stroke and we'll try to replicate these. >> absolutely. >> well, these guy ares. you guys, i have lowered my expectations, okay. >> oh, no. >> except for diane, so let's start with the doughnut shape. >> yes, so the doughnut shape, super easy, the shape is what sells it. we're using faux pumpkins because then you can use them year after year and add a nice frosting pattern with a pastel. >> like what dan is doing. >> yes. >> this is a pumpkin. >> a doughnut. >> a doughnut. got a little pumpkin. then you'll add sprinkles and two different ways. the studio and kid friendly way is to use this paint and
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manually add them but if you want you can use a little spray adhesive and use real sprinkles. and it looks super cute and super realistic. >> i want to eat the pumpkin because i shouldn't because it's not edible. okay, so let's move over to the floral pattern that diane is working on. >> yes, looking beautiful already. you cut out the shape you want. put some mod podge on the back. >> what's mod podge? >> it's decoupage basically. >> you didn't know what it is? >> no. >> great job. looking good morning already. >> feeling the pressure here. >> basically pulling is what you're doing -- >> put mod podge on top to seal it and use any pattern you want. that's so pretty. you could use it september, october, november. that would be beautiful on your thanksgiving table. >> the doctors down there are really nailing it. >> i'm digging it. >> see, paula. >> brush stroke pattern over there and the dudes are doing a fabulous job. it's foolproof, especially with the faux pumpkin. if you mess up, you just wipe off the paint and redo it. >> by the way,
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organic brush strokes. >> exactly. that's what we're doing here, guys. >> zen calligraphy. >> ooh. >> no carving and no scooping of the seeds and all that nastiness. i like it. >> rob, what were you going for there? >> this is abstract artwork. you can't explain. >> very minimalist. very evocative. >> have his therapist look at it and figure that out. >> meg, we appreciate it and appreciate everybody. thank you for these great tips. >> you're so welcome. happy halloween. >> "pop news" is next. unless diane is still working on her mod podge. >> here to analyze the pumpkins. >> this is awesome. >> thank you. oh, it's actually... sfx: (short balloon squeal) it's ver... sfx: (balloon squeals) ok can we... sfx: (balloon squeals) i'm being so serious right now... i really want to know how your coffee is. it's... sfx: (balloon squeals) hahahaha, i had a 2nd balloon goodbye! oof, that milk in your coffee was messing with you, wasn't it? yeah. happens to more people than you think. try lactaid, it's real milk, without that annoying lactose. mmm. good right? yeah. lactaid. it's the milk that doesn't mess with you.
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the big screen to book form. j.k. rowling is teasing us with this advanced print of her script writing on twitter, advanced copies never ever lose their thrill. it's giving us a sneak peek at the screenplay that fans will be able to own come november 19th. by the way, that's one day after the harry potter spin-off hits theaters. the movie stars eddie redmayne, a magizoologist in the world of witches and wizards available as a pottermore e-book or print edition. >> very cool. >> did you enjoy that at all -- >> i blocked the day out. i don't like halloween. >> a magizoologist. >> you've heard of that. >> absolutely. >> something like that. "gma's" mission pawsible is an adopt-a-thon under way. follow our month-long journey as pets find forever homes on facebook live until november 22nd. just go to our website, find a shelter near you and you can also join our mission pawsible today.
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we have three livestreams happening. a halloween contest in austin at 1:00 p.m. a glimpse into dog cafe l.a. at 2:30 p.m. and pups and ponies fall festival in cedar rapids at 3:00 p.m. and what more could you want? you get to not only watch puppies in costumes but watch them get adopted. >> i could tell you what more i want. >> a kitty cat? >> a kitty cat. >> a black kitten. >> ask and you issshall receive dan harris. national cat day and also, of course, the start to halloween weekend so what better to do than kick off the festivities half matt bershadker is here with his adoptable furry friends. riley, ripley and little kirk over here. >> nice. >> and so, matt, we brought you in to help us bust a few black cat myths. some think it's harder to adopt a black cat or less likely to adopt a black cat than others. is that true? >> it's not true and our research and experience confirms that for us.
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what we do iknow is that statistically more black cats in shelters because it is a dominant gene but that means more black cats are going into homes. >> there is a concern and happens with rabbits around eastertime. cats will adopt them just for show and abandon them after the holidays. does that happen? >> also not true. no evidence to support the fact that adoptions -- >> what is going on? >> is it true that black cats with -- >> a dangerous situation over there. i think we need some help, absolutely. >> can we have a medic just in case? >> his honorary doctorate is not coming in handy. >> gentle and all of these cats are adoptable right now so, ron, you might have -- >> matt, let me just say, you do great work at the aspca. we are supporters and i love to say this, adopt an animal, you will improve your own and save a live. thank you, everybody. see you tomorrow.
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>> i'm gray hall coming up next on "action news" saturday morning at 9:00 a.m. the quiet bucks county community is the center of a murder investigation. plus, hillary clinton responds to the new look into her e-mail. plus we have another warmup in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast next on "action news" saturday at 9:00 a.m.
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i'm frank lobiondo you, it is october 29 i'm gray hall. here's some of the stories we're following for you right now on "action news." hillary clinton is urging no rush to judgment about a new fbi investigation into e-mails from her campaign. waiting game, a threat of a septa strike could impact
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thousands of commuters and four years ago today, super-storm sandy plowed into new jersey where some people, the rebuilding is not over. those stories, but first we turn to the the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, chris sowers a little warmup in store. >> reporter: we're going from cold to a warmer temperature. it is very chilly this morning. looking live at the ben franklin bridge. high, thin clouds up there. temperatures overnight took a tumble. most locations were close to freezing. we're starting to rebound. 33 in martins creek. tanersville, 32. pilots, 34. saint -- pottstown, 34. saint davids, 37. glassboro, 36. agenda beach. 37. vineland, 32.


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