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good afternoon and thank you for joining us. the race for the white house has been thrown into chaos after fbi director james comey sent a letter to congress revealing new emails relating to the investigation of hillary clinton in her email server.
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both campaigns are responding. >> reporter: donald trump continues to hammer hillary clinton over the fbi's discovery of new emails relating to the investigation of her private server. >> i think that is called the mother load. i think they have found them all. >> reporter: the bureau found them on a computer shared by clinton's top aide cohabiting and her estranged husband. wieners being investigated for sending girl. >> we never thought we would say thank you to anthony weiner. >> reporter: but the directors letter says the discovery was vague. saying it doesn't know whether material is significant or not. >> it strange to put something like that out with such little information right before an election. >> reporter: it's not clear how the discovery will impact voters the initial indicators
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cbs news asked voters their thoughts and 71 percent say it will change their mind are they already voted >> there are people going back and forth and 22 million votes have been cast. >> reporter: the clinton campaign is doing all it can to make sure it's supporters are going to the polls. >> rainier view going to be distracted >> reporter: battle ground tracker poll shows clinton leads in pennsylv, trump is up in arizona. that tracker poll was taken before the fbi made public its revelation. it seems everyone has something to say about clinton's emails troubles. trump treats it is taken democrats years to make our country the way it's going. trump promises to make our country get again. anthony is standing by his candidate.
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real donald trump has pressure problems, lawsuit problems, women problems. and there is this tweet. angry bitter rights, i already voted. opt out of video coverage? # i'm with her. # is it over yet? we would love to hear what you think. join the conversation. a lot of people talking about this. we are tracking metro. and impact on redline writers. service was shut down between 2 stations for 25 days. hillary road the metro and caught up with writers this morning. >> reporter: if you usually travel from that -- you have to
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it is 7:45 pm. she begins her morning commute feeling optimistic. she is headed for teaching internship. >> really stressed out because you can't afford to be late. but soon her option turns into frustration. red lights, traffics in slowdown . usually takes 5 minutes on the metro to get the brooklyn station. i have my stopwatch going. it is 8:11 she is supposed to be 11 -- at work and 8. she has one-stop to go. we've been traveling for 30 minutes. it 8:08 that means your late. how are you feeling? >> not sure, we finally arrive 49 minutes later metro says the
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takes 7 minutes. this bus ride made it 7 times longer. >> to check my long -- stopwatch and it's 50 minutes. how do you feel? >> i have to run and go. lomac and off to work she goes. >> hopefully they will be understanding. >> reporter: those we spoke to say it's going to be a long 25 days. >> you can bypass the buses and take a yellow or green line train directly. dc police want you to take a good look at this robber in action. he goes behind the counter at this convenient store to rob the place and drops the clip to his pistol. while the cashier tried to make a run for it. the suspect managed to reload
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the cashier was not hurt. the suspect is still on the run. jury selection is underway in the state trial of a south carolina police officer charged with killing and unarmed man. michael slater shot and killed walter scott in the back as he ran during a traffic stop last year in north charleston. slater says scott grabbed his taser and fired his weapon in an act of self-defense. if he is convicted he faces up to 30 years in prison. shelters in italy this morning after the largest quake in more than 35 years struck the center of the country. no one was seriously injured in the 6.6 magnitude quake. but ancient churches and buildings crumble. a complicated quake relief efforts in the area still dealing with the aftermath of the quake that killed 300 people. in such a seismically active region the earthquakes are linked. in california oakland fire
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torched a condominium complex. hundreds of firefighters battled the blaze. construction equipment in the way made it harder to fight the fire. so far no injuries have been reported. and applets fire crews thought this blaze at a commercial complex this morning. flames just before dawn. one firefighter suffered minor injuries. authorities are working to figure out what started the blaze. cooler weather back into the forecast just in time for halloween. meteorologist allyson rae says we are in for a fall treat. >> i like all of your halloween words. it is creeping and. it's nothing scary. it's what we would expect this time of year. i looked back and are temperatures were similar in halloween past. were up into the 50s. a breeze out of the northwest. question we topped out in the
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have been. however what a difference from yesterday. 80 degrees, almost 30 degree cooler. it is going to be a little more fault like but it is a treat. you just have to were maybe that jacket. it might ruin the costume. 52 -- 52 -- for trick-or- treaters we're looking at temperatures into the 50s. if you're going to be out later , it'sot pictures in the upper 40s for areas in the suburbs. the 50s in the metro. we do stay dry. you can always get our trick-or- treating forecast on our wusa9. your seven-day forecast is coming up. our substitute teachers trained to fill in for special education teachers in prince george's county? one mother is raising that question after a recent
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the mother went to the school system -- >> reporter: ashley thomas his son has autism. he is a 1st grader at barnaby manor elementary school where she says a substitute teacher recently crossed the line. a few weeks ago ashley thomas got an upsetting phone call from the school. >> i got a phone call from the principle and stated that alex went up to the chalkboard get something he wasn't supposed to and the substitute teacher went over to him and tapped his hand. >> according to the medical document the teacher said alex -- send him to the nurses office. he didn't have any injuries but thomas says her mother should not be hit. >> you don't know how hard a tap is. my 1st reaction, she hit is hand and it could've been worse.
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and trained to work with students who have special needs. structure is important in a special education classroom. without it can have an effect on children's grades and behavior. something she has already seen in her typically happy son. she says the changes started when his special education teacher was absent for weeks. we reached out to the school system to find out how substitutes are picked for a spokesperson says there is no specific training outside the "same training sessions as full- time employees and quote. >> alex's teacher is back. county official says the substitute will not be able to fill in anywhere else in the district until an investigation is complete. they are like family. how stepsisters extend a helping hand to local cancer
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option -- auction and an old envelope found underneath. tonight at 11 they unravel the
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in today's health. we wrap up breast cancer awareness month. no one should walk alone in their breast cancer journey. offering support to patients in treatment in northern virginia are stepsisters. there help is a different shade of pink. in january destiny was a head over heels in love newlywed. it's also when she was diagnosed with stage to a invasive carcinoma.
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>> at 31 she found herself going under rounds of chemotherapy and vasectomy. -- she worried about these guys. >> they are like my children. they take care of you. >> she got help from stepsisters. just a group of men and women touched by breast cancer who called her mission a different shade of pink. finding a cure or funding research. we are providing services at a time of need and stepping in like a sister might. we currently offer transportation to and from treatment. housecleaning, childcare pet services. >> it paid for the dogs to be groomed. one less thing we had to try to wrangle get them into the bathtub. >> people delay coming in or starting radiation because they are juggling so many things.
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with nurse navigators to match services to patients. >> what to the patients need? where can we fill the gap? they really listen to us. >> we are striving to be that family to local breast cancer patient. >> it was so helpful to have people we felt were there for you. >> greater and more expensive, the stepsisters are working to set up an emergency fund. it would help patients struggling financially to afford rent, utilities and medication. a mother in north carolina gave birth to a baby so tiny he could easily fit in the palm of your hand. a micro preemie. applications during pregnancy forced his mother to deliver 4 months early. less than 1 pound at birth he was the size of a smart phone. but his mother never doubted even when the doctors work sure. >> i say you're gonna make it
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me. >> the baby spent more than 120 days in the nick you. -- hospital. thanks to doctors and his mother's support and love he is now at home doing great. he is one of the smallest preemies to survive in that state. if you're out trick-or- treating with kids and you see teal pumpkins there is a reason. for hundreds th halloween can be disappointing. for kids. people taking part put teal pumpkins in front of the doors. that lets trick-or-treaters know this home is offering nonfood treats. a community near rebate wisconsin set the record for the longest line of carved pumpkins. this is what 4000 carved pumpkins look like they are
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it was nearly 3100 feet long. an official with the guinness book of world records flew there to check it out before declaring a new world record the previous record of 2015 pumpkins was set last year in japan. >> this way they will squash the pumpkins. >> maybe give them to the zoo like we do here. >> it's a good forecast. over the weekend >> i was peeling off clothing. >> i don't think anyone was really complaining. >> but it was a surprise. a lot of fall weather fans think it's too warm. and then you get a weekend like that. you take it and enjoy. now we're back to reality. more typical halloween weather. this is right on par with what we typically see this time of
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forecast we will go up and down this week. we stay dry today and tonight. and we are going to see our next chance for showers on thursday evening. stay dry through much of thursday. ahead of the front on thursday we will get warm again. back to the mid-70s wednesday and thursday. behind that we go right back down. a nice weekend but it will be cooler than the middle of the week. the pictures are warming up. 58. still a little breezy. 10-15 miles per hour. it's not windy but as we get to the evening the winds will subside. it will be comfortable. definitely a jacket for the trick-or-treaters. depending on what your costume is you might have to do some adjustments. high pressure is here. here's the cold front that came through yesterday the brought the showers. it is gone.
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winds will turn and warm-up. tomorrow we will see a lot of cloud cover. this afternoon 60 for leesburg. 60 for washington. with northwesterly winds that will keep the nice cool air in place. and this time of year we don't have many hours to warm-up before the sun begins to set. for tonight we're looking at temperatures generally into the0 low 50s by the end of the trick- or-treating hour. temperatures into the upper 40s in the suburbs. it's not going to be very cold but it will be on the cool side. 1st thing tomorrow morning, 7:30 am 40s and upper 30s instead of us morning it was 40s and 50s. cloudy on tuesday. a lot of sunshine today. we do stay dry. high pressure in place.
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time, 6:00 a.m., this will arrive. the timing could change with 4 days away. right now are looking at the 2nd half of the day. 60 degrees today. 60 for tomorrow. more clouds on tuesday. try on wednesday. wednesday looks warm and sunny. a warm start on thursday. 76 with showers in the evening. cool again this evening. by the way, vo: here's the last thing washington needs. amie hoeber. sleep a reckless tea party partisan. hoeber will defund planned parenthood, threatening cancer screening. said she'd invade iraq again if given the chance, and hoeber has fought for a
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to officers and killed 2 relatives has died in a shootout with police. the weeklong manhunt came to a close last night. about an hour outside. someone spotted michael vance but he got away. a few hours later a state trooper caught up with him in the shootout took place leaving him dead. the defense resumed its case today in the hot car death trial in georgia. we expect to hear testimony from the suspect asked -- ex- wife. he faces a number of charges the 2014 death of his 22-month- old cooper. he died of hypothermia in the backseat of the suv. the state says the death was intentional because he wanted out of his marriage. the defense maintains it was just a tragic accident. now to a new story going viral. police officers escort a young girl to school after her father was killed in the line of duty october 8. the 8-year-old was shocked and surprised with more than a dozen palm springs
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her door last week. several showed up to take her to school and many more wanted to be there for -- but the department had to limit the number to avoid causing a traffic jam outside the school. the method is one of was a big his 7 children. northern virginia, on the issues, barbara comstock and donald trump are the same. comstock and trump promote deportation and reject any comprehensive immigration reform. both oppose background checks that keep guns from suspected terrorists. and comstock-trump were prepared to shut down the government just for politics. time for luann bennett: comprehensive immigration reform now. common sense gun safety laws.
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r job. i'm luann bennett
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>> victoria: good. so nice. oh, where's the...? >> travis: hi. >> victoria: hi. >> travis: hey. >> johnny: daddy! >> billy: hey! ah! >> katie: daddy! >> billy: hi, sweetheart! >> jack: i was right about victor having me followed. >> phyllis: you spotted someone? did they confront you? >> jack: i confronted him. it's victoria's new boyfriend.


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