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>> reporter: we're here in the 1200 block of macdade boulevard in collindale and i'm join by collindale police chief bob adams. we have got the house behind us. we will show it as we talk here but just tell me what you have and what you are looking at. >> at 1:22 and officer from another town at cvs, purchasing an anniversary card for his wife and clerk got his attention saying there was a male acting suspiciously in the store in the section he sells cosmetics. male realized she was talking to the officer male, fled out of the store store wearing a white t-shirt. one of our officers was in the area, observed male fleeing the rear of this property across the street and went in the back of the house. officer went in, and asked what was in the house where the guy was? the guy was in the house. while the officer was standing there talking, backup officers arrived, and he started to see things around the house that were alarming to him. once he saw them from his experience they removed the actor, the female, another
heal was in the house out of the rot for their safety. they sealed the property up. called supervisor who in turn called me and called detective and we are awaiting the state police and chemist to show up. >> are they in custody? >> they are being detained, no charges yet. they are being interviewed by county detectives. we're just going through process, legally step by step. >> reporter: what will the chemist try to find out here. >> what the chemicals are in the house. is there a series of chemical containers in the bedroom, there was some white powder, quantities of the white powder, so also a concern it might be a lab so that is why we back out for everybody's safety. second floor tenants out. we have maintain the house since this morning at 1:30. we are awaiting the arrival of the state the police chemist from state police. >> reporter: how many people live in the house all together. >> three. >> reporter: three detained on the first floor and second floor there was a couple with two animals.
>> reporter: so, it is a duplex. >> duplex. first floor rear entrance where they went in, second floor there is a front entrance that goes to the second floor of the property. >> reporter: state police sending out a chemist to investigate here in the 1200 block of macdade boulevard in collindale and we will give you more updates throughout the morning. now back to you, lauren. >> thanks, dave. >> macdade boulevard is opened there, is that right. >> reporter: yeah, the boulevard is opened. nothing is block out here. police are holding the house right now. you can see police car holding the scene at the house but the boulevard is opened. >> great work, thanks, dave. good day, it is tuesday, october 182,016th. thanks so much for joining us. >> one of the big stories is how fabulous it is. it is a terrific tuesday. weather is something everybody remarks about. puts so many in good mood, sue. >> one day in the 80's drives us all crazy in a good way. ten out of ten with another day ahead, so no jacket on buddy but he has a giant
chocolate cup cake because it is national chocolate cup cake day. dessert for run much today. we've got lancaster, and trenton with some fog this morning, reduced visibility around pottstown, millville looks a little foggy, not widespread fog and at least not yet but remember what happened yesterday as morning went on we saw more fog. we will keep an eye on that situation. sunrise time 7:15, and 63 degrees is your current temperature. wouldn't be unusual to see that as a high temperature on a october 18th of another year. temperatures in the 50's to the north of us, 57 in millville, everybody else in the 60's, mostly sunny skies all day and a high of 85 which is the record for this date so we could at least tie our high temperature record, bob kelly. >> lets go for a record. >> yes. >> if we get there might as well hit it. >> this one has been standing since 1908. >> chocolate cup cake for the winner, there you go. good morning everybody.
5:03. good to go on the schuylkill expressway but that was not the case overnight. lets roll video from our news van when we pulled up to the scene of a fatal accident last night. happened just after 11:00 in the eastbound lanes of the schuylkill expressway right here near montgomery drive involving a tractor trailer and that overturn vehicle. it took police until 3:15 this morning to get all lanes back opened up but as we come back to the maps the good news is everything is opened east and west on the schuylkill expressway. crews did not work last night on the vine expressway, so that is good news, and here's a little hint of some fog sue is hinting to. this is i-95 right here near philly international the airport. we had huge, delays, and ground stops yesterday, because of the fog, and none of that yet, if you have the first early flight out of philly international so far, so good. here's a live look at the new jersey turnpike with a little bit of fog near the delaware memorial bridge, accident in spring house, 309 norristown road and also a crash in
hatfield, 40-foot road and clemens road. then we had that campaign event today, bill clinton coming to town, montgomery county community college just watch for a lot of detours, and police presence there with that event time set for 3:00 o'clock. lauren and karen back to you. we've got breaking news from kensington right now. police are investigating another murder. >> third in that area in just 24 hours. steve keeley joins us live from police headquarters with more, hi there steve. >> reporter: stats are four killings in 25 hours adding those three you just talk about to the one we were reporting on yesterday. this all started just an hour after the one we were reporting on yesterday. here's the video and you will recognize the area because it is one of the main drags through philadelphia, east allegheny avenue. yes, a very big street busy street constant there i 24 hours a day populated with people and surveillance cameras because there is a lot of businesses there. this started with a fight with
fists or words and then someone came have after this nearly turned 30 year-old with a gun on this young man's birthday. a gun in hand revenge on his mind and he fired away. >> now fortunately in the 700 block of east allegheny we found several businesses on both side have the street that do have private surveillance cameras, police, viewed these cameras and at least one of the businesses did record the entire incident. so homicide detectives are on location processing the scene and they will get a copy of the recording. >> reporter: we will see if we will get a copy of it, it is clear enough to put out to the public so they can get a look at these killers. now this hon mayhem and murdering spree and streak began just 11 minutes past midnight here on rosehill street where a 19 year-old man was shot in the back of the head and pronounced dead just
nine minutes after that 12:11 a.m., 9:11 call. this shots fired at this guy at close range. seven hours after that 7:08 in the morning right after sunrise while we're here on the murder late sun take night at the headquarters, and while kids are walking to school waiting for their buses a hand in his zero's shot and killed right here on east tuskalum and cambria police raced him to the hospital but pronounced dead at temple after 20 minutes after that 911 call. karen and lauren all of these killings instant point blank and just brazen no concern if there is witnesses around, cameras around, kid around or even in the day light at 7:00 in the morning. >> so frustrating and disturbing at every level, we thank you. donald trump's wife talking about growing number of woman who say her husband groped them. speaking to fox's ainsley earhardt melania trump said woman are coming forward and lying.
the she's convinced it is all part of the really big plan. >> this is not the man that i know, those words, they were offensive to me, and they were inappropriate. he apologized to me and i accepted hid a polling. we are moving on. >> what is your message to these women what would you like to say to them. >> that all the allegations should be handled in a court of law and without the evidence to accuse somebody if a man or a woman it is damaging and unfair. >> reporter: why do you think they would headache this up then. >> because they want to damage the presidency of my husband. >> coming up later why melania trump is not surprised at all in these allegations. also, nbc news has officially
fired billy bush. he was caught on tape having a vulgar conversation about women with donald trump. conversation was taped years ago when trump was in the a cap date for president but recently released before his firing. bush was suspended. he has said he is embarrassed and a shame. meanwhile donald trump continues to tea any any allegations of sexual assault by accusers. in an interview with "fox news" he said quote it would be very easy to apologize but you cannot apologize for an event that never took place. trump says these women support hillary clinton or looking to get famous. there is another twist in the clinton e-mail scandal. according to newly released records from the fbi investigation a state department official tried to convince the fbi that an e-mail should be declassified in exchange forgetting more fbi agents overseas in iraq. fbi and state department deny any deal was offered. hillary clinton has been having a lot of high profile democrats hit the trail for her, now the president is going to be speaking and in
our area, former president bill clinton will be at montgomery county community college of blue bell that will be at 3:00 o'clock this afternoon. so many leaders are taking issue with donald trum from our area who have been talking about how voting is rigged in philadelphia. it has some offended. it is not true. they say this is a legitimate voting in the city. >> trump has continue to claimed it is rig. philadelphia pennsylvania state leaders, say they dispelled those accusations. trump's allegations of election rigs is his attempt to disrupt voting and discourage minorities from casting ballots. they are assuring voters that every vote will count. >> all those there are d's and r's represented at this press conference there is a willingness and desire to state to the voters of philadelphia and in fact around the state and nation that things will go smoothly on east lex day in our city, the birthplace of democracy.
>> meanwhile donald trump called on people to act as election watchers but pennsylvania has strict laws on who can be a poll watcher. today really important deadline. we have hours to register to vote in new jersey. deadlines have passed for pennsylvania and delaware. if you live in new jersey and want to register to vote today is the day you need to to it. if you are in the sure just go to the new jersey department of state's web site. they will have officers opened later today. county commissioner of registration and also the superintendent of the election offices will be opened late this evening. also, on the ballot this year, important issues, questions on casino expansion, and also requiring that new gas tax of 23 cents, that money will only go toward transportation. all that is on our web site at fox 29.com. doctor has taken heat for creating a baby boy with three biological parent and not even legal in the u.s. >> but why this doctor says this procedure could be an answer to so many people
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at least not yet but remember what happened yesterday. sixty-two in philadelphia. fifty-seven in mount poke though. 64 degrees in wildwood. a very smiled start to the day because we are challenging record warmth this week with high pressure, moving off shore with temperatures, ten to 20 degrees above average. yesterday to day and tomorrow. today's record was set this 1908, high temperature record of 85 degrees. we will come close, we hey even break it. we have a better chance of breaking it tomorrow. throwing to show you on radar and future cast has this clouds really, very few as we go through the day-to-day. lets get to those numbers. they will be changing dramatically. eighty-five today and tomorrow. 76 degrees on thursday, with a weak front bringing in some rain possible in the morning and then another cold front comes through on friday. after that high of 70 degrees, things child back down to autumnal temperatures by the time we will get to the weekend with a high of 60 on
saturday, and probably, in the 50's, on sunday, for a high temperature. we are warmer then that right now. >> little bit of everything, you have all numbers representing over there. good morning everybody. 5:16. live look from northeast philadelphia, woodhaven road, no problems at all between boulevard and i-95. we have patchy fog depending upon where you you begin and end your trip this morning n problems here up in northeast philadelphia but curb side on the freeway again we're starting to see the fog rolling in on 42, heading in to that construction zone at 295. it looks like something going on here, southbound side, right here near that creek road on ramp and here's a live look further south down the shore, route 40 and 47. make sure your lights are on and watch out for the deer. they are out there in full force jumping around the roadway as we are's driving to work or school. north on i-95 we have a new traffic pattern between bridge street and cottman avenue. they are out last night shuffling barriers around on the southbound side so be
aware of that. philly international mass transit off to a good start this morning, lauren and karen back over to you. speaking of vehicles there was a car set on fire right along 53rd and media, police are investigating this fire. >> they are also looking into several suspicious car fires in west philadelphia. they say someone set at least seven cars on fire yesterday morning near 1900 block of north 60th street. right now fire officials are not saying whether they are related. one person tells us the fire started in her gas tank. >> i could not see what was in there but there was physically fire coming out. i told my son to get my husband and to bring the fire extinguisher and to call 911. >> it could have ease liz set one of these treason fire, could have caused more damage then it did. >> again, up investigators do think there is something sus fish bus this rash of car fires. robbed, and murdered in an alley behind his own home, police are searching for whom ever it is did this to a
beloved member have the lawncrest community. we told you this yesterday on the fox 29 morning news. police are saying two men confronted johnny caseda on the 5100 block of f street 10:30 sunday night. they said men robbed and then shot the 28 year-old several times. he died after telling police killers had stolen his gun. he leaves behind a wife and a young son. an armed suspect ambushes two police officers at a star bucks in california. investigators believe the attack was planned after the suspect 41 year-old adam powell drove around the star bucks several times before this confrontation happened. officials say that the officers were not injured because powell's weapon jammed right as he was trying to fire at the officers. >> the officers followed the suspect as he was trying to clear that malfunction and they engaged him with their weapons drawn. powell was wearing body arm or and his assault weapon was a fix with the barrel type magazine. >> powell was also a person of interest in the shooting that
happened two hours earlier. his own two-year old son was injured in that incident, both shootings are under investigation. we're 21 days from the election. one of our local races for is that the being watched all across the country because it could tip the balance of power down in washington. republican incumbent pat toomey and democrat katie mcginty butted heads for their first official debate. most polls show them in a virtual tie among hotly contested issues. toomey's refusal to clarify where he stand on donald trump. >> yes or no are you voting for and encouraging others to vote for donald trump. >> i have not reached a point where i can endorse donald trump because i have concerns about his candidacy, things i have publicly mentioned. i do acknowledge that gosh he would sign some legislation that would be constructive. i feel like i'm in the same position as an awful love of pennsylvanians. >> senator is only person in the united states of america who has not leveled with his constituents on the simple question are you voting for
donald trump? >> toomey says he will likely tell his conn stays wents before the election. he has three weeks now. they will face off here in philadelphia on october 24th. >> it is exactly 5:20. let look at more top stories making news. day two of the civil lawsuit connect to the jerry sandusky trial sex abuse case. it will determine if penn state the should pay for mistreating a former assistant coach, a key witness at the criminal trial. mike mcqueary is seeking four million-dollar in lost wages n2001 mcqueary says he walk in on sandusky molesting a child in the shower. yesterday a former lawyer for penn state testified that he told a top official at the school to call the department of well tear about the incident, but he doesn't know if that call was made. defense attorneys say public opinion of mcqueary turn on him because he failed to stop the alleged rape but lawyers for mcqueary claim coach was defamed by the school and that his contract was not renewed as a form of retaliation.
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risk. this has been proved in britain but congress has blocked f.d.a. from allowing it here in the u.s. coming up at 5:30 deadline for voter registration in new jersey just hours away. >> but first breaking right now collindale police this delaware county authorities investigating a possible drug lab, good morning, dave kinchen. >> reporter: that is right, a story we broke moments ago in the 5:00 a.m. broadcast. we can tell you police are working a drug lab in collindale and how state police will be involved in this investigation after the break but first here's steve. >> reporter: dave, sadly it the is drugs, guns making headlines again here on our show, and i have got a worst story four killings in 25 hours, three since the one we were here reporting on yesterday.
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possible drug rap inside this home we're taking a live look at the home right now. we have a live interview with the police chief in moments. police are investigating the fourth murder in a day in one neighborhood a man shot dead on his birthday, his 30th birthday while walking down the street with the friend, what police say happened right before those bullets started to fly. and then this.
>> he is raw, he is real, he tells it as it is, he doesn't brush it off. >> medical land use trump speaking on it in a brand new interview why she is not surprised about the sexual assault allegations against her husband. something that we can all agree on, the weather has been fabulous, you you are going to love today. if you liked yesterday, so get ruth i to prepare for a warm one. we will tell you when it will get cooler and all that again,. good day tuesday, i'm calling it terrific tuesday. good morning lauren dawn johnson. >> good morning, how are you. >> good, this weather makes me so happy. >> it is confusing because your body is like cold, hot, what do you do sue serio. >> we put our summer clothes away and we are in the 80's for a couple days. don't leave your chocolate cup cake outside too long because it may melt. it is that the chocolate cup cake day. boy that is giant sized isn't it. we're seeking sunshine.
temperatures in the 50's and 60's but a few areas with fog, trenton, lancaster really socked in out there, reduced visibility in a few other layses but fog is not as widespread as it ended up being yesterday. 62 degrees in the city, with 7:15 as our sunrise time, other temperatures 57, in reading and mount pocono. 58 degrees in trenton. sixty-two as we said in philadelphia. we will get to a high today of 85 degrees. eighty-five is the record. we will hopefully at least tie it the just because it is monumental occasion, 65 degrees tonight and we will talk about when things turn chilly again in the seven day forecast, bob kelly. >> one of those cup cakes you got over there. 5:31. good morning, we are off to a good start. schuylkill expressway in problems at the moment coming into town but we had a overnight fatal accident. let's roll from when we arrived on the scene, an accident just after 11:00 o'clock involving a
tractor trailer and number of or vehicles, one of those vehicles overturned and an accident turn fatal. they have had the roadway shut down from 11:00 last night to 3:15 this morning. good news as we come back to the maps all lanes are opened, for the morning rush hour and in delays at the moment. we are curb side here this is mid span of the platt bridge heading to and from the airport. we have patchy fog, depending upon where you begin your trip. here's the freeway coming in toward the philadelphia for follow accounts watching down the shore route 40 and 47 we are dealing with fog. the not as thick as we had yesterday but then again real thick fog came sometime around that 7:00 o'clock hour. an accident involving a deer. watch it, they are out there, all over the place this morning. 309, norristown road, another crash in hatfield, 40-foot road at clemens road. mass transit and airport looking good, karen and lauren, back to you. we have more breaking news this time out of delaware
county. >> police are investigating a possible drug lab in a house in collindale. dave kinchen has been on the scene since it all started, hi there, dave. >> reporter: hi, police sources are saying they are suspecting this to be a drug lab here at 1220 macdade boulevard in collindale. investigators holding the scene right there, the house where three people are tea tane by police being questioned in this case. i want to show you down the street to the cvs. there is a connection here. police say this started with an officer buying a card for his wife when he was tipped off by a worker here in this store that there was someone acting suspiciously with a bunch of items in a tray and once that person noticed that the cop was tipped off they ran for it and investigators say they ran back to this house. radio report was put out detailing the suspect wearing a white t-shirt and then he was spotted ducking in the back of this house. investigators got in the house
they detained that person and two others. there is a separate residents on the top floor and they were taken out for their safety because this officer noticed inside there were chemicals and things that looked suspicious. here's the police chief to pick it up there there. >> the officers started to see things in the bedroom and apartment that brought alarm to them as possibility of some kind of chemicals in the property, powder, containers, certain chemicals that a normal person would have in their house. they evacuated property, second floor, secured it, called supervisor, i responded, called county detectives, after a heating of the mind notified state police and there was a chemist coming there bet home. >> that chemist is suspected to be here around 6:00 or 6:30. that said chemist will look at chemicals and determine exact liz what they are but police sources suspecting this to be
a drug lab. not something common in this area, police officials tell us but that part will continue around six or 6:30 when they get here. three people detain by police including person seen running into that property there. no charges at this point but the investigation underway, delaware county cie also on the scene as well. back to you. >> do you think it could be possibly a meth lab. >> reporter: they have not said anything specific like that but they are saying a suspect, police sources say suspect drug lab. they don't know in terms of the what specific types of drugs. that is what chemist will find out. >> thanks, dave. we have breaking news out of kensington. police are investigating another homicide. >> fourth one that happened in just over a day. steve keeley has been reporting on too many of them at police headquarters, steve. >> reporter: karen, here we are again outside of the round house, our viewers know it well, sadly so do we. our every day viewers are so
uncomfortably numb to this news this violence this kind of head line headaching mayhem. two consecutive days of killing. we are here at headquarters report to go day three times worse then yesterday because it is three more murders since yesterday, starting just an hour after that one making it the fourth in 25 hours. all four young men between 19 and 30 years old all four shot, several times point blank, in the head. including the latest right here on allegheny avenue, right here in front of both this man's girlfriend and many cameras with those many businesses on this very big, busy road and right on victim's birthday. >> based on witness this being 30 year-old victim was involved in the prior physical altercation with other males in the the area and we believe that is the motive for this shooting. what makes this case more tragic is is this 30 year-old
victim today was his 30th birthday. >> reporter: three monday murders began just past midnight on rosehill street. a guy, 19 year-old, shot six times. then the next scene right here at sunrise rise after the sun came up as kid were going to will school at 7:08 a.m., no id on this young man. lauren and karen when you think at the time and lays, east tuskalum and cambria this could have been worse because so many kids go to school at that time n stray bullets found near any of those young school kid nearby. >> steve, thanks. melania trump is responding after multiple woman accused heavier husband donald trum one sexual assault. >> she sat the down with fox's ainsley earhardt and says she's not surprised by these allegations. >> everything was organized and it is three weeks before the election. all of these would hen coming
out, and the allegations that they are in the true. why not now? why three weeks before the the election. they are accusing my husband, that is not the person that i know. >> the final presidential debate will be tomorrow evening at 9:00 right here on fox 29. also nbc has officially fired billy bush. he was, of course, caught on that tape having a vulgar conversation about woman with donald trump on the bus this was taped 11 years ago when trump was not a candidate for president but recently released. before his firing bush was suspended, bush has said he was embarrassed and a shame. meanwhile donald trump continues to deny those allegations of sexual assault by accusers. in an interview with "fox news" he said it would be very easy to apologize but you cannot apologize for an event that never took place. trump says woman either support hillary clinton or they are looking to get
famous. is there always controversy on both sides this election cycle, another twist in the clinton e hail cycle, according to newly released records from an fbi investigation a state department official tried to convince the fbi that there was a certain e-mail declassified, in exchange, for an fbi getting more agents overseas where they needed them in iraq. fbi and state department both deny any tiehl was offer. hillary clinton's been attracting high profile democrats to hit the campaign trail. well, for her, her husband is included in that. he will speak at montgomery county community college in blue bell today that starts at 3:00 this afternoon. if you want to vote in new jersey today is the last day to register. the commissioner of registration and superintendent of election offices will be opened later this evening. for more forgo to fox 29.com. well, the president's time in the white house is winding down so what next for him? well, stephen colbert has some advice. hear what he says to mr. obama on late night tv.
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my kids that i did the right thing when it really mattered. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. we saw carson wentz act like a rookie. tough game. now biggest question is whether or not he can bounce back. the pressure has got to him early on sunday and that is just wasn't very accurate. he went 11 for 22 and over threw his wide receivers a bunch of different times this week carson and offense has to
focus on the game film, forget about last week and make big time adjustment before this thing goes really south. >> he will get better with each time he takes the football. this is his fifth start. we're expecting the world out of him. we put a lot on his shoulders now. he has handled it extremely will. >> big, big problems for big ben. roethlisberger had arthroscopic knee surgery and will be out indefinitely. he got the hurt against miami. whether or not he will be back this season is questionable. that is sports in a minute, i'm shawn bell bell. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. so we wired the wagner's house th 100 meg internet.
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we're looking good on route 306, not that bad between the turnpike up to spring house. watch it we have got patchy fog out there, a live look here at the freeway between the expressway, and the walt whitman bridge and here's a live look for folks down the shore, back roads 40, 47 outside millville dealing with some fog. sue mentioned it earlier, national chocolate cup cake day. the big roar of the applause from the crowd when we mentioned it this morning. but my question now is which one would you prefer, the chocolate chocolate or do you like the chocolate with the vanilla ice cream and cream filling. >> chocolate vanilla. >> there we go our facebook pole of the day. city avenue down to one lane between card nail and bryn
mawr avenue between 9:00 ape 3:00 up and down main line there later this morning into the afternoon a campaign event with local detours, motorcade madness former president bill clinton comes, montgomery county community college the spot, he is set to speak at three but i can bet you a chocolate cup cake around noon time is when we will see the road closures and detours go into effect. keep that in mine rolling through montgomery county later today. what is the forecast like for former president's visit? sue has the answer in 15 seconds. such a warm day yesterday when we got to 28 degrees. warm still to start the day but we're starting to see more areas have of fog, with that moisture in the air, with heat
usually comes humidity. quarter mile visibility in lancaster, reduced visibility in wilmington and millville, new jersey. 8 miles at philly interest that the. no problems there at least not at the moment. 62 degrees in the city. fifty-seven in mount pocono walking out the door in lancaster. allow some extra time out there, because there have been fog, 56 degrees, wildwood ease temperature is 64. we have got record for the next couple of days, to take's record 85. eighty's tomorrow record and 80 on thursday. look at these years these records have been standing a long time 1908, 1947, 1917, maybe it is about time we broke a few record. we will talk about this, the lunar event which happens tonight where the moon goes in front of the brightest stars. we will have a clear night where you can look up especially if you have a telescope, this will be a good star gazing night after 85 today. eighty-five tomorrow.
76 degrees on thursday. that is the day we will get some rain in the morning. we actually could use some rain. another chance of rain on friday with a strong cold front and that will cool things town for the weekend. so, autumn comes back, lauren and karen, with temperatures on the chilly side. >> okay, sue, thanks very much. hollywood broadway biggest stars came out to support hillary clinton. >> fundraiser was in new york city. lets look the at stars, billy crystal keying off the show as he does a little song, dance number there, loss of big names. we have julia roberts, lena dunham, sarah jessica parker, neil patrick harris, star from hamilton, lynn manual miranda and former president, bill clinton, will be in our area, daughter chelsea, this is a big fundraiser where tickets went from 45 bucks up to 100,000. >> last night on late night, stephen colbert gave president obama some pointers for when he leaves the white house.
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breaking news right now a house is evacuated after police discovered a potential drug lab. we're live in the collindale with an update from police. >> the allegations that they are not true. why now? why three weeks before the election. >> opening up, that is melania trump addressing the sexual assault allegations against her husband and why she says these women have, come forward, in the first place. plus her reaction to the infamous access