--Donald Trump continues a big push through Florida. Trump implores Florida voters: "I'm asking you to dream big." Trump calls polls showing him behind as "phony," and the media are "phony, disgusting, dishonest." At a Hillary Clinton event in New Hampshire, Elizabeth Warren threw Donald Trump's "nasty woman" comment back at him.
--Vice President Biden tells Dayton voters regaining control of the Senate is key. "We have to win back the senate."
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For all their sharp differences, supporters of Clinton and Trump have one thing in common: Their levels of election-related stress. It’s substantial. Nearly half of all likely voters in the ABC News tracking poll, 46 percent, describe the election as a source of stress in their lives, including roughly equal numbers of Clinton and Trump supporters. Nearly a quarter, again in both cases, say it’s serious stress.
A new report from the Obama administration says the average Obamacare premiums will jump by double digits next year. And about 1 in 5 consumers will only have plans from a single insurer to pick from, after major national carriers such as UnitedHealth Group, Humana and Aetna scaled back their roles. Donald Trump hopped on the news, saying: "It's over for Obamacare"
A disturbing incident is being reported in southern Mississippi. The NAACP is alleging that school officials in Stone County have taken no disciplinary action since up to four White students at a high school put a noose around the neck of a Black student who's a football player at the school. State NAACP president Derrick Johnson alleges that more than 20 witnesses have told school officials that they witnessed the incident happen earlier this month at Stone County High School.
OKLAHOMA CITY MANHUNT
Two police officers shot Sunday night in Wellston, Oklahoma are recovering from their injuries... as the manhunt for a suspect continues. Suspect Michael Vance is also sought in connection with a double slaying of two relatives.
AUSTRALIA RIDE ACCIDENT
Four people are dead in Australia after riding an amusement park water ride. Officials say two of the riders were ejected from the ride and the others remained on the ride. Two men and two women were
UVA ROLLING STONE
Jurors watched video testimony this morning from "Jackie," a woman at the center of a defamation suit against Rolling Stone magazine by a former associate dean at the University of Virginia. Video of Jackie’s deposition from April of this year was shown before a 10-person jury in Charlottesville federal court as part of a $7.85 million defamation suit filed by a former associate dean, Nicole Eramo, at the University of Virginia against Sabrina Erdely, the writer of the “A Rape on Campus” story that was published in Rolling Stone magazine, and the magazine itself.
Thousands of US service members in California are finding themselves in a battle against the military. The National Guard is asking them to repay bonuses the Pentagon says it should not have paid out to soldiers who did not qualify as highly skilled. Sen. Kelly Ayotte, a member of the Senate Armed Forces Committee, has written to Secretary of Defense Ash Carter asking him to "personally intervene and eliminate any expectation of payment from individuals."
Bringing the flu vaccine to you. From 11a to 3p Tuesday in select cities, Uber users will be able to summon a nurse to wherever they are for a free flu shot. Cities include Baltimore, Houston, and Chicago.
Headlights are an important safety device, but research by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety shows that many headlights do a poor job of lighting up the road. That is the case with a new round of tests of some popular pickup trucks.
It's the beginning of the end...of the drought...for one...of two long suffering major league baseball teams. Game one of the World Series between the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians is Tuesday night in Cleveland.