A campaign plane carrying Republican vice-presidential nominee Mike Pence skidded off a runway shortly after landing at New York’s LaGuardia Airport Thursday night. The plane stopped at a barrier just feet from a busy highway that runs past the airport. Pence canceled his appearance at a fundraiser at Trump Tower, but he will be back on the campaign trail Friday after making an appearance on ABC's "Good Morning America." Donald Trump was speaking at a rally in Ohio when the plane incident happened, and after telling the crowd everyone was okay, he took the opportunity to again tout his decision to choose Pence as his running mate.
--Speaking in Ohio, Donald Trump questioned why the election was even being held, saying that Hillary Clinton's policies are "so bad." "In just thinking to myself right now, we should just cancel the election and just give it to Trump, right?" he said. "Why are we even having it for? What are we having it for? Her policies are so bad. Boy, do we have a big difference."
--President Barack Obama will hold an evening rally for Clinton in Orlando, along the "I-4 corridor" that's home to large numbers of potentially persuadable voters. White House officials say Obama will be traveling to boost Clinton nearly every day until Election Day.
Hillary Clinton made no mention of the latest Wikileaks revelations as she campaigned in North Carolina alongside First Lady Michelle Obama. In their first joint campaign appearance, Obama and Clinton made a public show of sisterhood and mutual admiration as the current first lady, a star on the campaign trail, sought to use her soaring popularity to boost the former first lady into the Oval Office. The latest Wikileaks email - which ABC News has not confirmed the accuracy of - shows an aide to Bill Clinton detailing how he pressured corporate donors to enrich the Clinton Foundation and the Clintons themselves.
The leaders of an armed group that took over a national wildlife refuge in rural Oregon have been found not guilty of conspiracy and possession of firearms at a federal facility. A jury on Thursday exonerated brothers Ammon and Ryan Bundy and five others of conspiring to impede federal workers from their jobs at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge.
Police arrested 141 people at a protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota Thursday as officers attempted to disperse the crowd, authorities said. Officers also used pepper spray against protesters who police said were throwing things at them and refusing to comply with law enforcement's orders.
WI STUDENT ASSAULT
Sexual assault, false imprisonment and strangulation are among the charges against a University of Wisconson-Madison student. 20-year-old Alex Cook, already accused of sexually assaulting a woman in his apartment after a date this month was charged Thursday with sexually assaulting four other women since early 2015.
NJ BRIDGE SCANDAL
Prosecutors and defense attorneys make closing arguments Friday in the New Jersey courtroom where two former allies of Gov. Chris Christie are on trial for their role in a scheme known as Bridgegate.
Iraq's elite counter-terrorism forces that are spearheading the offensive, known as the Golden Division, have now reached Tub Zawa, just five miles from Mosul. Only the village of Bazwaia and a few ISIS military camps separate them from the city's eastern limits. However, these troops have now paused their advance and are waiting for other U.S.-backed forces to close in from the south and northeast.
No parole for Charles "Tex" Watson, the self-described "right-hand man" of murderous cult leader Charles Manson. Watson was up for parole for the 17th time - 47 years after he helped plan and participated in the slayings of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six others in 1969. California officials denied Watson's parole Thursday.
Doug Nash held his wife Sylvia as her eyes rolled back and she slumped in his arms. Just hours before she had been healthy and happy, he said, but he knew then that his partner of five years was dead. "In my arms. That'll haunt me for the rest of my life," he told ABC News in an interview to be broadcast Friday on "20/20." "The vision of her face, just inches away from mine, and those eyes suddenly de-focusing on mine." Doug said he believes that his wife was poisoned by what a fringe church calls a "miracle cure" for a number of serious diseases -- a chemical solution she took just minutes before suffering the first symptoms that ended in her death in 2009.
The Chicago Cubs host their first World Series game in over 71 years Friday night as the Cubs host the Cleveland Indians for Game 3 at Wrigley Field.