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public. the president firing back on twitter calling this a witch hunt. now at 5:00, we're live in washington, d.c. breaking downs charges, the indictment and what is next in the investigation. tonight a big strike at president trump's political circle. three of his former aides face charges in the investigation of russian meddling in the 2016 election. late this afternoon, paul manafort, rick gates appeared in court just hours after surrendering. >> dray clark spent the day in washington, d.c. and is joining us live. >> reporter: the president said today that the indictment is proof there was no collusion between his campaign and the russians, but democrats say this may be just the beginning of ro robert mueller's investigation. paul manafort and rick gates pleaded not guilty to charges in mueller's investigation into russian election interference.
george papadopoulous secretly pleaded guilty earlier this month to lying to the fbi. the plea agreement says he was communicating with the kremlin connected russiapromised dirt on hillary clinton and lied about it. >> may be the first sign that bob mueller has a cooperating witness. >> reporter: the white house distancing from papadopoulous. >> he was a volunteer member of an advisory council that literally met one time. >> reporter: manafort and gates are accused of lobbying for the ukranian government and not paying taxes on tens of millions of dollars. they are facing 12 charges including conspiracy against the united states, conspiracy to launder money, and making false and misleading statements. the indictment makes no mention of president trump or russian meddling in the election. >> i think you all saw today the president was correct, there is no evidence that mr. manafort or
the trump campaign colluded with the russian government. >> there is no evidence of company lurgs and nothing in the indictment changes th. >> reporter: the president saying about his former campaign manager, it was years ago before manafort was part of the campaign. but his same twitter account showing a march 2016 picture of thing candidate trump sitting with papadopoulous during a briefing. now, if convicted, both gates and manafort could face serious prison time. money laundering alone brings up 20 years in prison. we're live in washington, dray clark, nbc 10. >> talk numbers here. how much money are they accused of laundering? >> reporter: well, it's accused manafort and gates maintain some $75 million in those offshore or foreign bank accounts and then used that money to fund a life
of luxury here in the u.s. buying homes and car and clothes. the problem is they never disclosed those accounts to the irs and that is a big problem. >> all right. dwra clar dray clark thanktweeted again sorry, but this is years before paul manafort was part of the campaign. why aren't crooked hillary and the dems the focus? chuck schumer commenting saying the rule of law is paramount in america and the investigation must be allowed to proceed unimpeded. the indictment revealed details about manafort's laugh lish lifestyle. so where did all the money go? according to the indictment between 2008 and 2014, manafort wired $12 million to vendors for personal items that includes $934,000 to an antique rug store and $520,000 to a beverly hills clothing store. still ahead, we'll break down
the players in the 30 page indictment and potential punishment plus what may have pain a key factor in announcing charges today. and a man who worked at a children's birthday party performer is facing rape charges. michael cripps targeted young victims while dressed as costume characters. he ran mc parties. parents would hire him to come to parties dressed at contacts fp. >> he establishes some type of relationship with these women and they are all women who have young boys in their custody. >> cripps is accused of abusing five different children dating back to 2012, but it is not clear if the alleged assaults happened at parties. investigators believe there could be more victims. and coming up all new at 6:00, the nbc 10 investigators have what you need to know
before you book a performer for your child's performer. took we have a new look at the suspect accused of murdering two teens in a crime that stunned a pair of south philadelphia communities. police released 16-year-old brandon olvera's anything shout. investigators say he opened fire during an argument last tuesday. both victims were 16. nbc 10 was there as olvehe surrendered. he is held without bail. a 20 thou$20,000 reward is table for helping identify this man. he shot and killed a teen on north 16th. if you rick niz tyou recognize police a call. two cats are in the care of a local animal hospital after a fire broke out at a north
philadelphia home. the fire started this afternoon inside a house on the 2300 block of west glenwood avenue. a dog and six turtles were also found. they are being cared for by neighbors. investigators are still working to determine what sparked that fire. now to the weather. everyone wants to know about that halloween forecast, right? we'll get to that in a minute. right now though, look at that "lif live picture of center city. it is sunny and cool. crisp with temperatures in the 50s. >> and here is a view along the shore in cape may, definitely sweater and scarf weather and jacket weather. glenn "hurricane" schwartz is track the holiday forecast. and it will be colder tomorrow evening. we'll show you different neighborhoods high over the next
hour and give you a different forecast because with clear skies and calm winds, you can get big temperature contrasts from the city to the burbs. 57 for the high temperature on tuesday in philadelphia. by 9:00 a.m., 49 degrees. but other parts of the area a whole lot colder than that as you will see. 57 at 1:00, and it will cool off. 7:00, back done wn to 52 in the city. you goi out to the suburbs, lehigh valley, berks county for example, the high of the day 54. but much koerld in tcolder in t morning only 3441. and 54 by 3:00. and then it starts cooling off again quickly tomorrow evening. the sunset is right around a 6:00. completely dark by 6:30.
moth more on the neighborhoods and when it will warm up in a few minutes. they have won six in a row, the best record in football. but the offense didn't look as good as it had the last few gaimg games in season. >> yesterday the team still down on its performance. amy fadool joins us with more. >> the eagles didn't leave the game with the winning euphoria. carson wentz did toss two touchdown passes. the win improves the birds to an nfl best 7-1 record. but it was an offensive performance that sputtered at times and was bailed out by their defense. but a win is a win. >> they are so eager to get back on the practice field, redeem themselves. another opportunity this sunday against a good team to get back
on track. you know, you score 33 points, and you feel like -- listen, it's not a loss obviously, but you can feel that way sometimes individually. >> coming up at 6:320, you will hear some roster changes that could be coming. amy fadool, back over to you. we'll have to see if they make any moves. >> a lot of rumors floating around. thank you so much. remember nbc 10 is your official eagles station. we have you covered for the game. don't miss exclusive stories starting at 9:30 amg on game day kickoff. and at 10:00, gaming plan. and then watch after the late news for one-on-one interviews. now a traffic alert. villanova station is closed for construction work. the defensing and barriers were
up early this morning. closure means that you will have to catch the train at the nearby a stadium station until mid-december. a canckacancer center is $6 richer. it was raised in honk or of a fallen officer. october is breast cancer awareness month. new jersey governor chris christie is heading to broadway when he leaves office in january. governor christie announced that he and his wife will be announcing bruce springsteen's show on his first night out of office. christie a known fan of the boss has seen more than 140 springsteen shows. keeping up with your rent. >> there is concern that a big boost of philly's population could make your costs also soar. >> ahead at 5:00, how much your rent could increase if amazon's
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you are looking at the next rockefeller center christmas tree and it comes from right here in pennsylvania. today officials announced the norway spruce tree will be cut from state college and delivered on saturday november 11th where it will be dressed in more than 50,000 lights and crowned with the star. the tree will be on display through january 7. two women stranded on a sailboat in the pacific ocean for nearly five months are finally back on dry land surrounded by the rescuers. jennifer and tasha are finally one step closer to home. they arrived in okinawa today. the women left honolulu in may headed for tahiti, but a storm broke their engine and mast and they were found 900 miles seefts of gentlem
seefts southeast japan. they described the dramatic moment when they spotted their rescuers. >> we had tears going down our eyes. >> and the two say that they will sail again, but first things first, after livingoatme their first stop will be the cheesecake factory. thousands of trick-or-treaters are getting set to go out in search of candy. halloween safety was the focus of a gathering of delaware county today. just like every year, safety is a big part of having fun. so police and penndot teamed up and they offered tips and reminders adding reflective tape to costumes so drivers can see your trick or treater and also those trick-or-treaters will have some company out there. >> the police department will have officers out to eninformatienforgce any
type of traffic violations especially speeding, reckless driving, going through stop signs to make sure our children are safe. >> and another tip offered is not to forget flashlights when you hit the streets tomorrow. and in a pinch your cellphone can double as a flashlight. eagles ditched their uniforms to costumes. check out torrey smith dressed as a cowboy. interesting choice. the birds celebrated halloween a day early with young patients. he this passed out treats and signed autographs. the party was part of the eagles care community monday initiative. we want to see your costume tsz and your pumpkin carvings. we are posting them on our app. you can download it for free. big news coming out of washington today. two former trump aides face charges in the russia investigation. and a third pleaded gilts to lyili
guilty to like to the fbi. arrestky medic kk kk kky ari me us. many say this is just the start. >> that's right everybody woke up wondering whether paul manafort and aid i goes were like this and this is a big deal although mostly for financial crimes that are separate from the separation of the campaign. the other indictment comes with a guilty plea, so you have a cooperating witness in mr. papadopoulous saying that he met with russians offering dirt on hillary clinton and also offering material trying to set up a secret putin/be trump meeting that never occurred and he lied. now he is cooperating. the obvious question being if he keeps cooperating, what will that lead to. >> and you mentioned manafort charged with things that happened well before there was even a trump campaign. so why does something like this come out in an investigation
into rush shachb meddling sian 2016 question? >> a great question because bob mueller was put in charge of this to creates an independent way to look at crimes arising out of the 2016 campaign. but as a prosecutor, if he does find federal crimes, he is obligated to deal with them. and in addition, it is apparent from the indictment today that at least in the case of manafort, some of this was being investigated before bob mueller even took over. so we may be sighing what are essentially independent investigations that were all put under his umbrella and he is dealing with them. lastly, and we don't know yet, but it's always possible that the thread he begins pulling on, financial crimes alleged, ultimately does lead back to other things that could also be alleged regarding russia and the campaign. so i don't think we know whether those will combine or be treated as separate. >> this is almost tip of the iceberg stuff.
ari melber, thank you for takings time. and nbc 10 spoke with joe biden about the indictments and was the first toe layout the charges for him. we have his reaction. and ahead, a closer look at man for the's backgrou man nor man forth's back grounds. and now to the weather. take a look at the clear skies there over boat house row. a nice day, but the chill in the air. >> glenn "hurricane" schwartz joining us now. how is the halloween forecast shaping up? so many people care about that. a whole lot better than what we saw yesterday, let's put it that way. you can imagine if halloween was last night with the wind and the rain and cold? we're just going to deal with the cold.
we'll go to different neighborhoods. delaware right now, of course delaware generally a little bit warmer thanlg pennsylvania or jersey. 28 for the hi 58 for the high. it will be cool in the morning. of course the sun will make it feel more comfortable. as soon as the sun goes down, sunsets at 6:00, it will start getting colder fast. gets completely dark about a half hour later. and by 7:00 temperatures are down in the upper 40s. parts of south engineerjersey, skies, calm winds and low humidity that allows the temperature to drop quickly tomorrow evening. dropping even farther than those delaware numbers. so be prepared for that. tammy has on when it will warm up. >> give it a couple days. apparently they changed the camera on me, but with did have
a picture of avalon. very nice with lots of sunshine. 55 there. 57 in philadelphia. we should be in the low 60s, but is it is still better than where it was earlier this morning with the rain and wind. 5 in allentown and the winds out of weather and southwest. tonight we will drop down to 45 in philadelphia. 42 in trin tenton. wilmington, you will be 43. 49 for stone harbor. here is what you need to know. for halloween, cooler than average. dry, but we'll see a few high clouds moving in. we will get a warm-up, more 70s are possible, but more 50s add, too. so we'll get a little bit of everything. and more rain. scattered showers mid week and we will possibly have rain for the eagles on on sunday. quiet with our doneler radppler
but clouds are coming into the air. so tomorrow i think we will see a few high thin proclouds. this will be heading our way, but tomorrow we head on to the west winds. you will wake up in the 40s. a hugh high thin clouds. make it into the mid-50s. thursday, we will make it again, we'll start in the 30s, very chilly, but we'll make it into the 50s and then the rain moves in. this is wednesday, we get scattered shower, we move into thursday. thursday we make it into the 60s and 70s. but we also see some scattered showers out there. so it will be changing rapidly. here is your pumpkin. look at this, a wifrpitch. a very creative witch. tomorrow we will have tops below average. lee my valley 54, but 61 for the
jersey shore and delaware. 10 day on 10, again we will be warming up, 56 on wednesday, 73 friday, 62 saturday and 59 sunday with a chance of showers. video just in of the phillies new manager referring in town. gabe capler will skippers phils next season. john clark was at the airport where capler touched down. he played 12 years in the majors winning a world series title with the red sox. he is 42 years old and that makes him the youngest phillies manager in 20 years. going all out to give kids in his neighborhood a memorable halloween. >> i get a real kick out of making things cool for the kids. >> he spends thousands ever dollars on trick or treat. but one pivotal part of this
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for a great cause. look at her playing quarterback right there. this is energy's charity media flag football game. it was played inside the practice bubble. 1 240 $1,000 was donated on each employer's behalf. she played for on the children's hospital of philadelphia and i her she played quite well. >> good for her. and dozens of men and women spent the day sorting 50,000 pounds of food meant for those in flood. it was collected from synagogues as part of the high holiday food drive. tuna fish, sardines, beans will be delivered to pantries across the city. three people with ties to president trump's campaign named in a criminal indictment. >> i'm never surprised anymore. >> reaction from joe biden as we learn more about the russia probe. what he is saying about the process. and canceling the show, netflix says it is giving kevin
today's announcement has nothing to do with the president or campaign activities. >> developing, the white house distancing itself from three people who are now front and center in the russian probe. president donald trump's former campaign about manager paul manafort and his long time business associate rick gates were indicted by a federal grand jury on 12 charges including conspiracy against the u.s., money laundering and an unregistered foreign agent. >> and they are accused of hiding the money in offshore bank accounts. and we also learned that a foreign former policy adviser george papadopoulous pleaded guilty plea weeks ago, he admitted to lying to the fbi about his contacts with the kremlin who claimed to have dirt about hillary clinton during the 20 1 2016 campaign. joe by continue is talking with nbc 10 about the developments.
>> and tim furlong was the first person to tell biden about the charges. he joins us from newark. >> reporter: the former vice president admitted he wasn't up on the latest news, so he was cautious in his tone, but he and others say it is a good thing that the american people can now see some progress in this investigation. >> i know you want to ask me about manafort. i know nothing about it. >> reporter: joe biden spoke with us after a speefrp at tspe yur university of delaware. >> i have great faith in the prosecutor who is pursuing this. >> reporter: delaware's lone representative in the u.s. house tells me she is like every other american, no inside information and she is waiting to see who if anyone helped open the goor russia to get involved with the election. >> the administration will say what it will say, but everybody will have to answer. so that is what we're looking for, the answers . >> the american people sdeefsh the truth.
we need to make sure doesn't than again and if there was wrongdoing and collusion, the justice must the outcome on. >> reporter: but the white house and president said there was no collusion and the investigation should bear out a final answer. joe biden when asked if he was surprised about the scalecrimes >> i'm never surprise nd anymor. >> reporter: i doesn't usually hesitate to talk, but today he was more focused on his speech about ending gun violence. tim furlong, nbc 10 news. we're seeing cold, crisp weather as we quickly approach one of the most popular nights. you see the clouds rolling on by this afternoon. a live look now from this camera in center city.
looks like a brepretty clear ni. >> let's talk with glenn "hurricane" schwartz. no rain like we saw yesterday, but tomorrow for those trick-or-treaters, it will be chilly. >> yeah, it will be even chillier than tonight and you will notice tonight is a good b chillier than last night. we won't sees rain or the wind. the wind is dying down. philadelphia, and then show you some of the suburbs. 57 for the high tomorrow. it will start off about 49 degrees. that is the urban heat island, august the c all the concrete keeps the heat in. and sunny day after 7:00, temperatures starting to drop. it will warm up faster. the sunset at 6:00, it will be totally dark about a half hour
later ba later. and lehigh valley, berks county, same night, 41 at 9:00 a.m. at 6:00, in the 30s. so it will really be cold tomorrow morning. it jumps up into the 50s and then starts dropping fast again tomorrow evening. tammy will talk about when it will warm up in a few minutes. new a look at some of the stories making headlines. in philadelphia, an arson investigation is under way after a home of stray cats was founded burn to the ground. it happened saturday on the delaware river. investigators say it is the third ash srson oig at the peer the last two bike weeks. and a man was arrested for
d d d d disordinarily conduct. and new way to order up foo service. you can order from your favorite restaurants. uber says it is looking for ways to continue expanding across the region on. and back to joe biden, he was back at his alma mater to talk about domestic and gun violence. this is the 10th annual vision coalition conference. it's aimed at increasing community partnerships in health and education. the vice president focussed his speech on gun violence and how it nooetd needs eeds to be trea public health violence and he spoke about the changes about violence against women. >> can you imagine five engineeriyears ago all the women coming out against harvey weinstein. and i encourage all of you be
empe empowered to speak up. this is a chance ce to change t culture. and he also talked about violence against children. netflix says it is canceling house of cards after its star kevin spacey was accused of sexual misconduct. the show's sixth season will be its last. broadway actor anthony rapp told buzz feed space ciy made sexual vanl advances to him when he was just 14. spacey said i am yornd horrified to hear this story and i don't remember the encounter, but if i did it, i owe him the sincerest apology. he said that he is gay.
some say his timing is inappropriate. and the ceo of glad says this is not a coming out story, but a story of survivorship of an nonany no anthony rapp. if you have been a vehicictim o sexual assault, we have resources to you on the app or nbc10.com. just search "resources." in camden county, stepping out in the sunshine and hitting the pamptd for breast began sve awareness. this is all part of the healthy halloween breast cancer awareness walk. a lot of students wore pink for the walk. and a grand opening for jefferson health new jersey's comprehensive breast center, it offers everything from consultation to treatment to recovery. and other services for patients
with a variety of breast problems. >> our comprehensive breast center offers a lot of services from diagnosis to trimts eatmen survivorship. >> they have three full-time breast search ons and a full team of on kolg guests. ahead, it was a halloween nightmare. >> one man had all the tricks and treat, but his com tucostum came in the mail. how the show will go on that cans to nbc 10 pobds. and how much more you could pay if am monday sazon's new he quarters comes to philadelphia.
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residents had personal information stolen because of data breaches last year. and state police announced that they have received close to 700 reports of breaches in 2016. residents are being urged to protect sensitive personal information online. and the digital footprint that you leave behind could give away more personal information that you may think. here is drew smith. >> there is so much information about you online and many of you are giving it away without realizing it. >> people who talk oig you and i have been stalked. >> it's amazing what kind of information can be mined from your account. and many sites admit it in the
terms and conditions. it could only take a few clicks to figures out where you live and what kind of car you drive. they can use that information to get your password, impercent nature you or try to extorts money. so how do we digitally disappear. >> be aware of everything that is on out there ib has think ha lot of value so you know what your risk level is and what information people could use to tar get you for attacks. >> tonight at 11:00, would he will we'll show you the mistakes you're probably making. back to you. and don't miss that special report tonight at 11:00. halloween is almost here and there is a chill in the air. a live look where the flags are flying in the wind.
>> and we begin with glenn lurk hurricane tracking the halloween conditions. >> tonight will be colder than last night. starting philadelphia, where it will be up to 57 degrees for the high tomorrow. that is below normal. and only 49 degrees even by 9:00 a.m. for any kind of activities that you ever. and going up into the 50s and then dropping by 7:00. now, if you head outside even to the jersey shore, you will see temperatures drop a little bit farsz faf feast a fea faster. >> and talking about halloween, look at this little princess riley. she carved this pumpkin because her daddy is in the air force.
i love you, dad. right now a beautiful sky out there. today we reached a high of 57. that is about 5 degrees below where we should be. highest wind gust this morning was 41 miles per hour. so it was a very gusty day out there. sfa as far as this evening, we have waters kouwall, winds will be dropping down to on 13-mile-per-hour wind gusts. and clear skies and 52. so it will be a cool crisp night out there. but much colder tomorrow night. doppler radar, nothing showing up. there are clouds trying to make their way into lehigh valley. this is a cold front that could bring us shower activity wednesday. but the main body across
minnesota and wisconsin, that won't be crossing us until wednesday night and thursday. so dropping through the fifth, waking up tomorrow morning 30s in the outlying airs. mid-40s in philadelphia. the winds will turn to the west tomorrow. we make to the mid-50s and then 30s across much of the area tomorrow night. showers come in wednesday evening, a few spotty showers stick around through the night and into our thursday. thursday is the dade that we preach approach 70. and then another storm system just in time for the eagles game sunday. follow all the weather with our app. just download it, nbc10.com. 45 tonight in philadelphia, 44 in new jersey. we'll be looking at clear skies tomorrow. take a look at the skies, beautiful out there, a few high clouds, 58 in philadelphia. 61 jersey shore. your 10 day on 10, we will climb
to the 70s thursday. chance of shower early there. 73 friday and then a chance of showers over the weekend including sunday with the eagles game. all out for a good friend. >> one man puts money, tine and energy into making a cooling haunted house for local kids. nbc 10 responds came to the rescue when his costume dnkidn' show up poop. and also coming up your official eagles station talks to doug petersen about the move the birds could make to keep the top record all season long.
he's a husband, father, veteran... but most of all, he's a fighter. chris brown has never been afraid to take on the big fights. that's why he stood up to republicans and democrats alike to fight the north jersey casinos and the takeover of atlantic city. chris brown is fighting to protect jobs in our region... a true champion for the working men and women of atlantic county. on november 7th, let's keep him fighting for us. chris brown for state senate, he's on our side.
nbc 10 responds. halloween is a favorite part of time. but when an item didn't show up, a viewer got scared so he contacted harry hairston. >> and listen, he says when he tried to complain, it seemed like the company disappeared like a ghost. smook shookky is his who hobby. every halloween he decorates his
house. >> i usually have between 200 and 250 children come on halloween trick or treat night. this is what i call the candy zombie. >> reporter: for 15 year, he's added to his collection of ghosts and goblins. >> i always wait until after halloween is over and then i'll purchase something on dramatic sale. >> reporter: last november he purchased a praying mantis comes tu costume for $2300. he says the scare factory promised to ship in january but it never showed up. he tells us for seven months no one responded to his calls. >> i knew about you so i thought i have to give this a try. wrrt >> reporter: we contacted the scare factory. after we got involved, the
company shipped the costume he gave us a sneak peek. >> i love you guys. you did a great job. >> so on big ticket items, don't pay the entire cost up front. negotiate until your product is ready for shipping. and get a delivery date in writing. and get a couple different ways to contact the company. >> good advice. for a praying mantis costume. >> he put some money into it. so $819,197 money recovered for you our viewers. >> thank you. if you have a consumer complaint, head to nbc10.com, fill out the form or call us.
we will respond. nbc 10 next -- >> a children's performer charged with sexual abuse. >> and what you should know before you hire someone for your child's party. plus election charges. why philadelphia poll workers are in trouble and why their alleged crimes could have impacted your ballot. >> and why one town is saying this historic site is too old to save. and the weather won't be too scary for halloween. how cold it will get for your neighborhood.
a birthday programer targeting kids. and election workers facing charges. and why two south jersey land marks are on the chopping block. right now, charges filed in the investigation into russia's meddling in the u.s. election. two former trump campaign elections indicted and a secret plea from another. >> it's clear this is is not fake news. this is reality and just the beginning. >> tonight the white house distancing itself from the
charges. today's announcement has nothing to do with the president. has nothing to do with the president's campaign. good evening. >> president donald trump insists there was no collusion between his campaign and russia. this afternoon the president's former campaign manager paul manafort and rick gates pleaded not guilty. they were indicted on 12 charges including conspiracy against the united states. their alleged crimes came before president trump's candidacy. and we also learned george poch plea papadopoulous pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi three weeks ago. >> with so much unfolding in washington, d.c., we sent dwray clark to the capital to track it all. >> reporter: and right now paul manafort and rick gates are out