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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 on bond and tonight we're
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learning more about that secret deal. in a secret plea agreement, george papadopoulous said he was communicating with russia proper who promised on dirt on hillary clinton and lied to the fbi. >> which may be the first sign bob mueller has a cooperating witness. >> reporter: when asked about papadopoulous, the white house press secretary down played his role with the campaign. >> he was a volunteer member of an advisory council that literally met one time. >> reporter: paul man fort and robert gates are accused of lobbying for the ukranian government and not paying on money they were paid. the indictment makes no mention of president trump or russian meddling. >> i think you all say that president trump was correct. there is no evidence that mr.
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manafort or the trump campaign colluded with the russian governme government. rnd t . >> reporter: and the president saying on twirtder it was years ago before manafort was part of the campaign. and now if manafort and gates are convicted, they face very serious prison time. in fact money laundering alone brings up to 20 years in prison. >> do we know where the investigation goes next? >> well, it's far from over. right now we know that the federal government is looking for on paul manafort to goi ahead and forfeit his multimillion-dollar home in the hamptons and other properties that he has invested in. we don't know if and when more people might be indicted. and today's indictment does not prevent the federal government from 2350i8ifiling more chargest
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manafort in the future. >> all right. and whenever news breaks in washington, count on nbc 10 to be there tracking every development for you. and now on the nbc 10 app, you can read all the charging documents and a full break down of the probe with sections on each investigation gor. and nightly news will explain what this means for the trump administration and more about what could be coming next. and the children's birthday performer charged with raping young children. investigators say he dressed up as popular cartoon characters at parties. steven fisher, police think this has been happening for years. >> reporter: they have evidence that the abuse goes back to 2012, possibly even earlier. five victims have come forward and police believer that number could go up.
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mike aech krichael cripps walke trading to hide and physical as he repeated lly shouted curse words. he is charged with sexual abuse and rape of five children. he was stressed back in 2013, but never charged. he came back into focus after a 5-year-old boy eye contacted authorities. >> he goes after young boys, he exploits them. sexually molests them and in fact he ruin their lives. >> reporter: court documents show two boys who are brothers claim cripps abused them along with two others. >> he befriends women and these women are all women who have young boys in their custody. >> he would make connections with parents through a side business. >> he advertises that he wants to come to children's part advertise and when he comes, he
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will dress up like aniky mousse mickey mouse or minnie mouse. >> and he will intimidate young victims to prevent them from speaking un. >> when the schools started to resist, he would then show anger and emotion to try to suppress resistance. >> reporter: and police say cripps if he was was around your children, they wauchbts to gint them a call. steven fib sher, nbc 10. investigators started looking into people providing services to kids' part tis and it turns out no state agency oversees individual who is are involved with children's parties. here is some advice to melania trumps. if you are hiring [ parents. if you hire someone, do an in person interview and get references and check for reviews from other parents.
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we had strong winds today that left behind damage. this is along stokes road. fortunately no one hurt. >> and they have sub sided a bit. but still chilly out there. a live look at the wind turbines. let's bring in glenn "hurricane" schwartz. >> we have clear skies and a chilly atmosphere pan we have been spoiled. october has been one of the warmest we've ever seen. thunderstorm temperatures were in the 40s throughout the area except for mt. pocono. average high is low 60s. so a cool day that will have a cool night. we have rain back to the west.
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but it is going in to dry air and it is expected to totally die out as we go through the night. so we're not expecting anymore rain. the southwest winds have come in and died down. and we are in much better shape as we head towards the next few days. your fepeople are charged wh interfering with votes during the special race back in march. prosecutors say the four people who made up the election board didn't count the votes, made up fake results, intimidated the voefrts and lied about voting machines being brooken. the attorney general wanted to highlight it especially ahead of next week's election. >> thetegrity of our process demands every single vote
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counts. and that every citizen has fundamental right to cast their vote free from interference or intimidation. >> there were only 24 votes cast at in poll location, but prosecutors say the law is the law. the man accused of several co-workers is i think ditsed today. prince is accused of killing three and then shot a man in the head in wilmington on people ep. he will be prosecuted. a man accused of stabbing a house mats in the shower turned himself in. william hines was arguing with a man inside an apt hartment and hines followinged him into the bathroom and stabbed him. the victim is in critical condition. a federal judge is barrings
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trump administration from moving forward plans to ban transgender people from military service. the president announced back in august that he intended to reverse course on a policy that allowed troops to serve open only as transgender individuals. today a judge wrote transgender members of the military who had sued over the change were likely to win their lawsuit and barred the trump administration from reversing course. it looks like poker and slot machines will be making their way to airports and truck stops throughout pennsylvania. governor tom wolf signed a gambling expansion bill in an attempt to balance the state's budget. that bill expands casino style gambling to truck stops, on did the line portal, armirports and also mini casinos. this bill is anticipated to produce about $200 million a year. lawmakers say is that will help raise money as they try to find ways to pay for the state's revenue plan.
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new information about skeletal remains unearthed. officials say they have discovered the remains of 328 people. construction crews first uncovered dozens of cop fffins. they were weared back in the 1700s fp. joe biden was speaking about domestic and gun violence at the university of delaware. the vice president says gun violence needs to be treated as a public health crisis and he also spoke about violence against women. up next, how to save yourself from a mall bred torpr three keys you should know if you are ever con frontsed. and also landmarks demolish demolished.
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why history can't save this site from being torn down. phillies have officially named their new manager and we are the only station there to greet him at the airport. what he's saying about working in his new city. ans so angry at sweeney? sweeney repeatedly sided with chris christie to underfund south jersey schools, increase standardized testing like parcc, cut take-home pay for teachers, and broke his promise to fund the pensions of hundreds of thousands of new jerseyans- all while padding his own. steve sweeney says a lot of things. but the truth is, he's not on our side.
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carjacking suspects shot during an incident is in serious condition. >> he's wanted for two robberies. police say the incident started when they found the suspect sitting in a stolen car in the parking garage at the mall. he tried to run down two officers, you abobut police fir hit him. >> put your hands on your shoulders. >> cydney long met up with a former marine sniper turned martial arts and defense expert. and he showed us what do if you are confronted by an attacker at a mall or parking lot. the first step is to defend your space, holding your palms out in front befo front. then negotiate. and should you need to shove, do itting in
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ing it from a staggered fence. >> never done your back. hands always up in front of your face. don't make fists because it means you want to be aggressor. >> he says walk in groups and keep your eyes open will not allow the situation to escalates in the first place. two south engineer railroad city landmarks are set to be demolished, but some say tearing down this house hurts their be demolished, but s tearing down this house hurts their history. >> reporter: to christine this house and silo are important pieces of the past. >> to me that is part of history and they want -- to preserve it would be beautiful. >> reporter: she's not happy that the township will soon have the landmarks it owns long collins lane demolished, a playground is planned for the
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site. >> the house is gorgeous. >> it makes it cost prohibitive at saving the mousse. it 45s behas been considered to some historic features, but not enough. >> reporter: local historians telling me they believe the silo dates back to the late 1700s, but they say it's a safety hazard. >> it's beyond repair, that we would have to put some type of simulated type of silo. >> if they won't use it for better purposes, they may as well put something there. i don't know if you need another playground. we have enough playgrounds. >> reporter: maple shade butoug the site in 2004 and now set to
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disappear from the landscape when they are torn down in the next two months. ted greenberg, nbc 10 news. turning now to first alert neighborhood weather, a windy monday to start your week. the leaves were blowing around. >> and still chilly out there and pretty cold for halloween, right? >> yeah, it will be colder tomorrow night than tonight. and it will be pretty chilly tonight compared to what we've been used to in this incredible month of october one of the warmest octobers ever recorded here. clear skies in the philadelphia area. great advivisibility. and we do have some clouds back to the west as you would see. temperatures in the mid-50s. chilly for this time of the day at this time of the year. and certainly colder than at this time yesterday. 10 to 15 degrees colder.
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clear skies now, but moisture is moving in to dry air and it is expected to fall apart as we go through the night tonight. hour by hour, we go down tonight into the 40s. a lot of sunshine, temperatures in to the 50s. and then cooling down tomorrow night. many areas into the 30s. coldest we've been so far. and then the clouds wednesday, that is our best chance of getting at least some showers during the afternoon. this of course is rain. and thursday, we'll still see
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some warmer weather. tonight and tomorrow night, it's clear. look at the suburbs, into the low 40s for trick or treating. if you are staying out late, will be cold. clear skies and light wind. now, as we head towards the end of the week, it will warm up thursday and into friday. into the 70s way above average. but there could be a couple showers in south jersey for example. saturday is mainly dry. and a good bit cooler. winds starting to come in off the ocean. setting us up for sunday which is kind of maybe a rainy day. many parts of the area may not get out of the 50s on sunday. so guess what? we have another eagles game
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coming up and likely to see rain for that eagles game, too. but not as much as yesterday. no rain on football. coming up, we'll show you gabe kapler arriving in to fillingly. will the eagles make a deal? we'll hear from doug peterson oig next.
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a bridge shut down over politics. their biggest triumph was a traffic jam. chris christie and kim guadagno's failures shortchanged our future. after 8 years- incomes are down, costs are up and our economy is crawling. we are better than this. i'm phil murphy together we'll build a stronger, fairer economy that works for every new jersey family. christie and guadagno left new jersey stuck. i'm serious about moving new jersey forward.
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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. . ai'm john clark. ga gabe kapler is the new phillies
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manager, he's 42. welcome to philadelphia. we were the only station as he arrived less than two hours ago. phils are waiting until after the world series to introduce him, but he is thrilled to be in a city with such a rich tradition. he will be a first time manager with progressive thinking. and eagles have the best record in the nfl. trade deadline is tonl m a tomt at 34 ong. >> and you have to be careful. it can't just be anybody. from my standpoint, you don't want to disrupt the chemical friday that is going on. it would have to be a special
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fit to make it work. >> and they had four sacks, interventions and a six pick. malcolm jenkins joined us last night. >> how many picks do you have? >> three now. >> so every time you touch the ball, we will try to get in the end zone. >> you're reading the play. tell us what happens. when do you go into the mode of i'm going to score. >> i was actually about to go out of bounds. i seen the linemen. and something clicked about malcolm talking 2340noise to me i said there is no way why get a in the end zone. >> even if the eagles make the super bowl, the beard is not
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going green. maybe if they win the super bowl. >> all right. we'll keep that on you. thanks. now for a look at what is coming at 11:00. hackers and talkers are always looking for weak spots on your social media. find out why the steps you're taking probably aren't enough. and what you can do to digitally disappear. and that is at 11:00. joseph, i'm steve. how are you?
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nice to meet you sir. nice to meet you. how's it going man? the yankees? come on. [ laughing ] look at the smiles and the hard work that the people here are doing. it's like making mini sandwiches. they're no different than anyone else. they just want a job. they want respect and they want dignity. this is a nice place. yeah.
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he plays basketball with lauren. steve called, fairly frantic. you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome. lauren brought out the best in me. she made me a different person. deep down in his heart he feels for people who are disadvantaged. lauren's a light in everybody eye. she's the spark that has started the fire. the goal is to keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment. see, i love you. i love you guys too. you know that. yeah. t comes to cancer treatment centers of america in philadelphia, she's coming for the multimodal therapy where the specialists form a treatment plan together. we were looking for a cancer team that would help us decide the best course of action. we have so many tools at our center.
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this is what attracted amy all the way from new york. these were people who were experts in their field. and for us that was the best choice. learn more about our breast center at slash philadelphia. a live look at cape may, about 20 minutes after sunset 37. >> still beautiful. flags still blowing, but not as muches a earlier in the day. but a cold night. >> yeah, winds dying down, wind gusts 40 to 50 nimiles per hour the rain. but calmed down.
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a cold halloween and maybe rain next sunday. >> nightly news is next. . breaking news tonight, the first indictments in the mueller investigation. former trump campaign chairman paul manafort and his one-time top aide facing federal charges. also a former trump campaign adviser pleads guilty to lying to the fbi about his contacts with russians. where does the investigation go now? kevin spacey scandal. the actor accused of sexual misconduct with a broadway star then just 14 years old. spacey's response triggering a major backlash and late word about "the house of cards." two navy s.e.a.l.s under investigation in the mysterious death of a green beret. knocked out. over a million people without power as an intense storm slams the northeast. heart health claim. so many swear by the benefits of soy.


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