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>> now, "good morning washington," on your side. we begin with a breaking news alert. autria: right now, the final push across the finish line. hillary clinton and donald trump , down to the last four days before the election. the critical weekend on tap for most candidates. larry: new developments in prince george's county. the last day before some people are kicked out of their condo building. autria: summer today, fall -- summer yesterday, fall today, winter tomorrow. [laughter] [captioning performed by the national captioning institute,
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autria: truly a little something for everyone. you can't be upset with this week. everyone is happy. veronica: 50's, 60's, 75, and 80's this week. and here we go, we are dropping again. 20 degrees from yesterday. the good thing is that now that the temperatures are falling they are going to stay cool for the weekend, all of next week, even be on that. i wanted to take a yesterday to say -- last 80 before we get to march or april. middletown, damascus, 51, light winds across the area, which is good, but temperatures tomorrow or going to drop even more, starting out in the upper 30's to mid 40's across the area.
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by the afternoon. it will be sunny but on the breezy side. getting up to 63, seeing low conditions for today but by evening, friday night football, scott abrams will be at a piscopo at georgetown prep, dropping to 54 degrees under a clear sky. the wind will also start diminishing. julie? julie: your lanes are open out of college park headed towards silver spring. the problem however will be northbound 95 in virginia. pushing into dale city we learn that trip this tractor-trailer lost part of its load and was carrying some sort of marble. it looks like they are both squeezing into the merge lane is well. heads up trying to get north of potomac mills towards
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authorities were checking for a crash at this location. back in the next 10 minutes to keep a close eye on your ride. larry: this is it. the final weekend before the big election. autria: just four days, but technical three days and 18 hours before it is crunch time for hillary clinton and donald trump. who do you plan to vote for for president? both candidates are in a tight race right now. hillary clinton up highest slim margin over donald trump. 47 to 45%. a few stars are making a push to get the voters out to the polls. trump, now getting even more support from his wife, who campaigned in pennsylvania, appearing to suburban female voters. >> we must treat each other with respect and kindness.
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is too important. i couldn't sit on the sidelines and be quiet. autria: both candidates will be busy on the campaign trail. clinton and trump are appearing in battleground states today. larry: early voting in the district. polls open at 8:30 this morning and 7:00 tonight. you can find a full list of pulling sites on our website. you know what it is, but i will tell you anyway, autria: voting in maryland is now closed, but not before record turnout. after eight straight days of voting a total of 800 71,820 eight people cast their ballot in the free state, doubling but we saw four years ago. in the commonwealth the suburbs are playing host to one of the most competitive u.s. congressional contests between barbara comstock and democratic
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with bennett about the 10th district race. don't miss the live interview coming up this morning. barbara comstock declined our invitation. larry: people at the linde hill condominiums, holding onto hope. they have just hours left to get into their homes. suzanne kennedy is there live. one thing could change the situation for the better, what's that? suzanne: first and want to show you this, the temporary emergency lights that were put up in the parking lot, on standby in case they are needed again. remember, the lights were turned off after the former board of directors fate -- failed to pay the bills. the residents here got 48 hours notice before their electricity was terminated. people were forced to leave,
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according to code, tenets were supposed to be given 14 days notice before service was terminated. today at the hurt -- hearing it will determine the status of the situation, whether an agreement can be reached. the judge said about a week ago that he couldn't consider the case until both sides were present. the utility company says that it is owed $500,000 and that turning over the -- off the power was a last resort. many residents here say that they have been kept in the dark and they hope that this hearing will offer to -- offer clarity on the situation. reporting live from temple hills, suzanne kennedy. autria: today we will learn more about another incident that shut down the neonatal intensive care unit at prince george's hospital. this week the hospital shut down its unit after two babies tested
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bacteria. this was the second such shut down this august. larry: a terrifying heist caught on camera. you have to see this video, coming up next. plus, seven is on your side this morning.
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vo: here's the last thing washington needs. amie hoeber. 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 global increase of chemical weapons. we need john delaney. a family man and entrepreneur, he built two respected maryland business, creating thousands of jobs.
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john: i'm john delaney and i approve this message. larry: t fore-check on this friday's forecast. veronica: we are going to be staying cool for today, temperatures not rising much from where they are right now. looking forward to the weekend, it's going to be again much of the same. cool. at least we will have sunshine. sunglasses today, have them in hand when you walk out the door and something to cover your arms as well.
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tomorrow morning, we will probably be 10 degrees lower before we rebound. 55, 56 degrees this morning, high temperature 64 richmond. not a big change not only here but all the way off to the west, take a look at areas around chicago way off to the far left of your screen with high temperatures going up to 60 degrees there so that the cubs, coming back home to the big parade, big parade where they will be at 60 degrees. we dropped a three under a clear sky by 9:00. happy hour forecast looking a-ok , just a little cool. julie: on the capital beltway, lanes are open each way with no accidents reported at this time. a nice, easy ride right here. sky track 7 on the beltway on the greenbelt. headed over towards 270, all of
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baltimore-washington parkway out of laurel back towards northeast. over to the maps we can update the right elsewhere, you will find northbound i-95 where the truck lost its load, carrying marble of some sort with two left lanes getting by. out of deal city, continuing inbound towards woodbridge. back in the next 10 minutes to update your ride on 95 and 66. jummy: in the fight against isis. major developments out of mosul
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of r wherever... ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!?
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you can do anything. i moved on her like a [bleep] ...trump's just so disgusting and degrading. it just seems like he's invaded our lives. and he's the republican nominee for president. and now republican congresswoman comstock is trying to run away from trump? i mean, come on. look, we just can't vote for comstock or trump. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. jummy: iraqi special forces, launching their attack deeper into central areas of mosul. it's part of the latest push to drive isis fighters from that area. it began with artillery and mortar strikes. isis has fired back and it is sparking clashes between the two
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can imagine. us-led airstrikes continue in that city. this week iraqi troops entered for the first time since the city was taken over by isis over two years ago. more than one million iraqi civilians are stuck in the city, really complicating the military's efforts. they are afraid that isis will use innocent humans as shields as they continue to fight. it is expected to take weeks, if not months. larry? larry: who stormed a jewelry store. the whole incident was caught on camera. you can see them in with gun -- running in with guns drawn, the other using a sledgehammer to smash display cases. one of the suspects attempts to shoot the employee, but their gun jammed. the store owner inside was just hoping to see tomorrow, he said. the men got away with an unknown
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left in the dark. a complete power outage at the paris hotel force all workers and guests to evacuate. the building is closed until this afternoon at the earliest. a contractor working in the basement hit the main power line and even the backup power failed. putting a cramp in people's plans, threatening to ruin one bride's big day. >> my wedding dresses there. autria: losing big money? the casino brings in an average of $1.8 million per day. can't run the slot machine without power. you can bet that they were going to get those lights back on. [laughter] autria: this also eerie looking, a dark casino floor? kidd: well, what if you had just won something on the jackpot and the power goes out? [laughter] larry: exactly. we have heard the reported link
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it is widely believed that the kremlin is using cyber attacks as part of its foreign-policy arsenal. lisa fletcher digs in. lisa: what do you think about being hacked? you probably think of your computer and your credit card. we have got news for you. that is child's play compared to the hacking services you can buy in the dark web. >> you can buy services to hack private companies. in the -- large job, ruining people, espionage. what will i do? anything for money. >> dams, pipelines, power grids, they are capable of disrupting life as we know it. don't miss my special report, tonight at 11:00. larry: -- kidd: coming at you, what does dolly parton have planned next?
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and i hope to be working from now on. kidd: coming up, a one-on-one with dolly parton. find out what the cma paz did not let her say during her extract -- acceptance speech. and find out about how she wants all of us to live a better life. larry: can't wait. autria: all right, vj? veronica: back to sunshine today, moving faster, too. it was so mild today, back to the cool conditions out there. back to highs in the 50's, to only around 60 degrees. here's a look at where we are right now. 57 and dale city. not seeing the temperature budge very much from where we are right now. the average for this time of year, 20 degrees above that.
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still seeing some wind across the area. a breezy afternoon coming your way, staying in the green light all the way through. 60 during the afternoon hours. as we look towards the weekend, remember last weekend with the marine corps marathon that was so warm for runners? only into the upper 50's by lunchtime. beautiful, gorgeous, fall light conditions. mid 50's. closer to 60 degrees by noon. there's a gorgeous fall color
6:21 am julie: taking you into virginia, first off, interstate 95 coming inbound, this is where we had the accident activity. apparently what we happened was a truck -- what happened was a truck lost part of its load of marble on the highway. in the merge area there squeezing by to the right. pushing fortfr topside, outer loop, continuing westbound, a 20 minute commute out of college park headed towards 270. this is where we had the crash, fire and rescue units are on the scene. live pictures in our next report with the 20 minute backup continuing from college park towards 270. think about randolph road north of the highway as an alternate.
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update that ride on the top stretch of the beltway. autria? autria: we are on your side this morning with a new scam in the area. first, a woman found clinging to
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>> you are watching "good morning washington," on your side. larry: this is a live look at wrigley field, and chicago. in a couple of hours the parade will begin first championship since 1908. more details coming up in a few minutes. autria: a woman, missing, now found alive and in desperate circumstances. police are wondering if the suspect here is a serial killer. linsey davis has the details here. >> investigators are poring over this rural south carolina area
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a registered sex offender now behind bars after authorities say they found caleb brown found captive on this 100 acre property. >> one of the charges will be kidnapping. it could be murder. >> acting on a tip, police said they heard brown banging on the inside of a storage container in this wooded area. police found a car at the crime scene, with no sign last seen on surveillance video leaving work today that they both disappeared. the could be multiple bodies on the property. we will have more on this harrowing story, coming up at 7
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i believe america is already great. yes, we have our challenges. we must give every child a great education, build an economy that works for everyone, end tax breaks for companies that move our jobs overseas. by working together,
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we can do these things. that's why we must defeat those who want to turn americans against one another. i'm chris van hollen, and i approve this message, because united, our best days are still ahead. ? ? ee-e-e-oh-mum-oh-weh ? ? hush my darling... ? ? don't fear my darling... ? ? the lion sleeps tonight. ? [snoring.] ? don't fear my darling... ? ? the lion sleeps tonight. ? [snoring.] take the roar out of snore.
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vo: here ing amie hoeber. washington needs. 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 global increase of chemical weapons. we need john delaney. a family man and entrepreneur, he built two respected maryland business, creating thousands of jobs. in congress, he puts working for us ahead of partisan politics. john: i'm john delaney
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>> now, "good morning washington," on your side. we begin with a breaking news alert. jummy: that breaking news, right here at six: 30, 2 police officers injured in new jersey. according to our affiliate in new york city, to new york city
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officers was stabbed in the other was punched in the face. get this, the officer that was stabbed managed to hold her suspect in custody until help could arrive. both officers were taken to the hospital and are in stable condition. the investigation into the site continues. larry: let's get a check on this friday forecast. a johnson, we have been up and down? veronica: that we have. today is going to be cool. staying with more seasonable, fall light conditions right now. clouds are rolling out, you can see the white on the map with temperatures there for you, 58 degrees in d.c., mid 50's and a lot of neighborhoods this morning. tomorrow morning, expect even lower temperatures. there could be frost across the
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60 degrees and that's optimistic. staying on the cool side today, dropping back to the mid 50's by 8:00. a breezy day for us, very much like early november across the area. tonight, 47 to 52, win settling, staying quite chilly. walker's bill, saturday, martinsburg, other locations as well, college park, 37 to 38 degrees in columbia. there may be a frost advisory issue. the weekend, much improved. you can see that we fall back with that sunset going from 6:03 to 5:02. you know, that's the one thing i don't like about this time of year, that early sunset.
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on the roads right now, we are seeing a lot of lights, but unfortunately there brake lights. sky track 7 involve the crash year on the outer loop between georgia avenue in connecticut avenue, tying up the far right lane with a lot of activity on the shoulders. coming around the curve already, a 20 minute slow down leaving college park towards 270. stick with randolph road north of the beltway. the road here in dale city, heavy volume from dumfries towards the scene, stay to the left to get by. southbound at george washington parkway, before you reach 495, the crashes tying up the far right lane. reports of an accident involving a pedestrian. autria: new this morning, the
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series, pulling record numbers. molly, what did you find? molly: this is a germanic cubs victory. we now know that 40 million people watched game seven, making it the most-watched baseball game in 25 years. before that the morris that's most-watched was game seven between the braves and the twins. more than 50 million people chicago right now, the windy city getting ready for a celebration of 108 years in the works. deserving of -- with a well-deserved victory parade getting underway at 11 a.m. eastern time. 2 million people attended the parade in 2014 when the blackhawks won the stanley cup. the city is expecting even more
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expecting sunshine in chicago with temperatures in the 50's. jummy: looking good out there. seven is on your side right now with a warning about a new scam targeting maryland residents. listen up, if you receive an e-mail coming to you from the clerk of court, court officials say it's from scammers trying to steal your identity. telling them to click on a link, the link being how they steal your information. scammers appear to be prince george's county in particular but investigators believe it could be even more widespread. they want jurors to know that if they are not notified by service -- that if they are notified by service, it will have -- will not happen i e-mail. autria: antonin scalia it will be honored today at a special session of the court. it's by invite only and livestream from their website. the supreme court will be close
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also happening today, police will be cracking down on anyone violating traffic laws. tickets and fines range from $440 to $500. larry: the news that every gladiator has waited to hear.
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autria: the season premiere of "scandal," airing thurs the start. kerry washington gave birth to a baby boy earlier this month. all right, more at 6:38, let's get a check on your forecast. veronica: get your jackets on as you head out the door, temperatures are going to be on the cool side. not just this morning, but even as we go through the day today. 46 in frederick, maryland. 58 in d.c., 54 throughout
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we are starting out with a few clouds. tomorrow morning and think the temperatures will be about 10 degrees lower, it's going to be much cooler coming our way for saturday morning. 9:00 a.m., filtered sunshine turning over to a mostly sunny day. after about 6:00, 7:00 we drop back out into the 50's under mostly clear skies. sunshine for today, but for the upcoming weekend we are also tracking sunshine, nice weather for raking leaves, getting up to the football games or even washing the car. in a couple of minutes i will be back with more on the chances for rain across the area. julie: sky track 7 is hovering
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this is what we are seeing right now. traffic on the westbound side of the highway completely blocked. eastbound coming back towards the capital beltway, some traffic can squeeze by to the right. connecticut avenue here, you can see the police are on the scene and delays are starting to build. updating the right elsewhere for those traveling, still a 20 minute ride westbound on 495 towards georgia avenue. the road. still troubled by the truck that lost part of its load on the highway, losing a load of marble in the highway. the two left lanes getting by north of dumfries. that's the traffic watch. larry? back over to you. larry: an interview that you will only see on abc seven.
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down the country legend. kidd: the cma's cut her off, but we are letting dolly parton talk as long as she wants. collects of course, everyone is talking about the election. we are getting an informal survey with definitive results out here in the critical swing county of fairfax. how are things looking for the
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larry: today both candidates are hitting the ground hard. autria: donald trump have packed schedules today. rallies in pittsburgh and detroit with key surrogates, like president obama, vice president biden, jay-z, and cher, all campaigning today. donald trump will be in three states today. new hampshire, ohio, and pennsylvania. his son, eric, will be making five cans -- campaign stops. donald junior will be in the
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-- hootie you plan to vote for a november 8? let us know on --votenow. larry: jeff has more from northern virginia. >> right here at this really reston metro station - critical part of the swing state. in our poll come hillary clinton would win in a landslide, up 44 points to donald trump's 12. hillary clinton, in good shape. now to the more scientific survey in virginia, clinton with a comfortable lead in july, still maintaining it and a lot of recent polls taken in the last week or so.
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in these polls. this one catching our tension, hampton university has donald trump up three points, the first poll the donald trump has been up on hillary clinton in virginia since the general election began. many of them watching closely. here is what they had to say. >> hillary. >> why? >> it's just the right thing to do. i can't stand for anything tru >> between the two of them, donald trump is my favorite. >> what do you like about him? >> he's blunt. he holds nothing back. >> certainly a lot of donald trump supporters love that about him. it's worth noting, they are shaping -- many people are shaking their heads in disgust,
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country. charlottesville, the father of that soldier killed in iraq, he will be campaigning here for hillary clinton today. monday, tim kaine is going to be campaigning in richmond, va, northern virginia, trying to close the deal for hillary clinton in the close swing state of virginia. back to you in the studio. sec. clinton: autria: -- autria: locations at all eight wards in the district, you can find more at more and more -- jummy: more and more reports of indecent acts, even violence on the campaign trail. someone hijacked a road sign and change the message to say trump 2016.
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similarly in woodbridge, virginia, someone alerted that the sign had used vulgar and offensive language about hillary clinton. both have been returned to normal. back over to you. larry: new word from california, something a bit more sinister. a man's truck, torched just 50 feet away from the man and his son. they were out fishing when they heard someone breaking thca in retaliation to donald trump. he said the only reason this would have happened is because of one donald trump bumper sticker that he had on the truck. by the way, he and his son were thankfully not hurt. right now the virginia suburbs are playing host to the contested races for u.s. congress between barbara comstock and luanne bennett.
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hour we will be talking to bennett about the 10th district race at 7:30 this morning when we move over to news channel 8. we reached out to barbara comstock, she declined to return our calls for an interview. autria: today a hearing will be held about the ongoing utility spike in prince george's county. were shut off because the complex management had not paid about $500,000 in bills. the residents were told to leave and the power was restored about a week ago on a temporary basis. larry: there's a reason i'm wearing this cool tie and pocket silk. today, tomorrow night, the capitals are doing their part in the fight against cancer. we have the details of the
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regular practice we will have 150. saturday in the pregame warm-up they will be wearing it on their jersey. all of the proceeds of what's signed will go to hockey prevents cancer. speaking of the caps, they returned home last night after winning three of the four west coast trips. the victory didn't come easy last night. they blew a three goal lead in the third. to winnipeg, a team that they just beat on tuesday. into overtime we go, alex ovechkin with his second goal of
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right now the capital tree is headed to its new home. cut down in idaho on wednesday, chosen from among four finalists, decorated with 18,000 handmade ornaments. september 6, the grand finale, this idaho resident lighting things up. larry: the lighting of the tree next weekend, we want you to make the s call right now, color number seven wins for tickets to the capital wheel. vip tickets to the tree lighting and then later on as well. >> they will get a chance to spend $200 in an area restaurant. nice gift cards. i like that they cut the trees
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with a gas chainsaw. the old-fashioned way, nice. around the area today, i don't know, we will be looking at the weekend, enjoying the fall color around the area. next weekend we will be flipping the switch, 57 degrees on sunday with a little bit of rain next saturday. a full forecast for you on the , clouds getting out of fear by the time we get to late morning. the 50's we have got across the area, the wind picking up throughout the day. it will be a breezy day for us. wind gusting, look at that gorgeous fall color for the weekend. 66 degrees suspected on sunday. dry up until wednesday of next
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not to get out and vote, low 40's in the morning, getting into the mid-50's. nice weather expected here and across the nation. maybe some showers coming through in texas and arkansas, a lot of folks getting out over the next couple of days. not until next week. julie: a crash involving a pedestrian right now in silver spring west of town on university boulevard towards connecticut avenue. police are out redirecting the traffic around the scene. the westbound side of the roadway has been backed up. eastbound, your lanes are open. expect an unusual backup up at this hour. back to the map, updating the
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-- elsewhere, a truck lost its load of marvel. big-time tieups right now headed northbound. at the bridge we had a stalled truck tying of the far right line -- right lane. out of manassas, things are quickly being go over to the shoulder. that's the traffic watch. up in the next and minute we will update your ride in silver spring. kidd: she is one of the most successful the entertainment business. she sings, she writes, she act, own thrown themepark, and at 70 years old she is just getting started. >> dolly parton. ? kidd: wednesday night she was honored with the willie nelson lifetime achievement award. dolly: i would have cried but i didn't want to mess up my eyelashes. i had a bigs but they
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wonderful award. kidd: how long was it? dolly: three or four minutes if i had said all i wanted to. i know that these shows go long. i'm a professional, i understand that. i had a big bunch of stuff i was going to say, telling some more stories, but i think people who have seen my life, they know it, i didn't have to repeat it. dolly: i want to thank my fans and everybody for allowing me to see my little girl d dreams keep coming true every day? dolly: i do. i often say that i've dreamed myself into a corner, so i have to be responsible for these wonderful things. you can't stop working. you've got to work the dream. that dream is going to spring off into something else. kidd: you know, be responsible
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dreams and alike -- i don't like this -- but she is constantly thinking up new things, constantly dreaming up new things. we saw that yesterday, she doesn't do a lot of press. coming up after 7:00, we talked a bit about religion in her message to all christians. a really interesting perspective you will want to hear what she had to say. all of that and so much more. just a wonderful just as kind in person as you would expect her to be. genuinely a good woman. time for your 60 second express. >> the white house, preparing for a possible cyber attack on election day. intelligence officials warned russia that an attempt to him that if you late would be viewed as a serious breach. someone hacked the sign and
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voters. can we ask you to mark the board? >> this is the poll getting a lot of attention. donald trump with a three-point edge. >> you can see behind me here, the lights are on. they were turned off after some time. today there will be a hearing to determine the status of the situation. >> it's a dramatic victory and everyone is talking. 40 million people watched >> score.
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vo: here's the last thing washington needs. amie hoeber. 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 global increase of chemical weapons. we need john delaney. a family man and entrepreneur, he built two respected maryland business, creating thousands of jobs.
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hn delaney and i approve this message. 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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do your job. i'm luann bennett and i approve this message. good morning, america. we have our brand-new poll this morning as the candidates hit their final weekend on the campaign trail. >> because everything donald trump has said and done is a preview of what could happen. >> donald trump and hillary clinton cross paths in the battleground states. >> we'll have some big beautiful weeks ahead of us. >> while melania trump takes center stage for the first time since that vepgs fiasco. >> a woman missing for months found being held captive chained inside a storage container trapped by a possible serial killer. her boyfriend still missing. how police finally discovered her and the search for more victims right now. breaking news, a major recall affecting millions of washing machines after hundreds of reports of about samsung washers blowing apart, hurting


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