molly's not thinking about cancer today, but three years from now, a routine
screening will catch it early and make all the difference. so when chris sununu voted to cut funding for planned parenthood, cutting access to cancer screenings and birth control for thousands of women, it's politics for him.
this advertisement has been paid for by put new hampshire first and has not been authorized by any candidate. loving is about foresight. not anticipating your opponent's moves. and devising counter measures. of the opposition. and plays a trump card. just after they play theirs. >> jimmy: that is jessica chastain in "miss sloane" opening in select cities november 25th and wide commit december 9th. >> that's the beginning of the
lobbying plays throughout the movie a couple of times. basically miss sloan's a political thriller with twists and turns. >> jimmy: wouldn't it be weird if it was a thriller where you knew absolutely what was going to happen? >> i've seen those movies. >> jimmy: you're right. you're not supposed to but you do. you play a lobbyist. you're talking to politicians, trying to get them to go along with your agenda. did you go and study with these people? >> yeah, i went to d.c. abramoff's book, the lobbyist that ended up in jail for doing bad things. fascinating, that book. i met with 11 female lobbyists. congressmen, senators. i went to capitol hill. it was fascinating. >> after you did that, did you feel disappointed in how our political system works? >> yes, i did. >> jimmy: you did. right. >> one congressman told me he goes to three fund-raisers every day. >> jimmy: every day?
fund-raiser, cocktail or dinner fund-raiser. >> jimmy: for? >> for his re-election. at that point you think, are these people representing the ones that voted for them? or just trying to keep their seat in office? >> jimmy: they're clearly just trying to keep their seat in office, right? >> i'm not going to say that. >> jimmy: but it is true. so we might as well. >> let's redo the whole thing. >> jimmy: it's a pretty crazy world. you hear about a lot. especially on tv. but to be in negotiations? >> i wasn't privy to any negotiations in capitol hill but i did shadow some people. i saw stuff that i was like, wow. i can't believe i'm witnessing this. people were asking the lobbyist that i was with, i'd like to have -- to get on the invite list for that trip to that country. >> jimmy: a foreign trip? >> yeah. and i'm like, that's illegal. >> jimmy: that is illegal. >> yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: i learned from the movie that's illegal.
i really pay attention, it's one of my many great qualities. >> good. >> jimmy: it's very good to see you. thank you for coming on this special night. [ cheers and applause ] >> thanks! >> jimmy: they've been watching us, "miss sloan" opens in stekt select cities november 25th, wide december 9th. when we come back, cousin sal takes on trick-or-treaters! the world is full of surprising moments. they're everywhere. arriot rewards member, i can embrace them all. the new marriott portfolio of hotels now has 30 brands in over 110 countries. so no matter where you go, you are here. join or link accounts at members.marriott.com. alright, did you know i was the mommy slam dunk champion? really? yes, really! don't sound so surprised. let's see it! -oh you're ready.
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executive at college for america. colin van ostern: i'm colin van ostern. real success is helping others get ahead. a bright new hampshire future starts with looking out for people. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back to the show. music from hologram hunter hayes in but before that, can we check in with wrigleyville? i want to know what the score is. hey, guys. >> hey! >> jimmy: how are you doing? what's the score? >> well, jimmy, it's currently 1-1. >> jimmy: oh. >> two outs with runners on first and second. but i think we're going to be all right. >> jimmy: all right. hey, ryan. i just want you to know, we sent you to game five. if this game remains tied and there is a game eight, we will
>> ha ha! yeah. >> jimmy: all right, thank you. >> yeah! >> jimmy: thank you for the courtesy laugh, ryan. good luck, guys. >> thanks so much, jimmy. >> jimmy: check back with you later, maybe we won't, i don't know. in addition to making kids cry over their candy, we have another cherished tradition on this show involving my cousin sal and a doorknob. every year we hide cameras on a porch and let cousin sal wreak halloween havoc on all the kids who dare come to his door. ? ? >> hi. >> trick or treat. >> oh, no, is today halloween? >> yes. >> i had no idea. i am not -- as you can see, i'm not prepared at all. >> yeah. >> oh, geez. i want to give you something, though, you came all the way up these stairs. you know what, wait right there.
okay, she's potty trained. she goes twice a day. all you have to do is feed her. she likes biscuits and peanut butter. >> okay, i already have dogs. >> now you have another dog, isn't that great? happy halloween. bye, rufus! ? >> trick or treat! >> hey. you guys are soccer pler >> yep. >> yeah. >> excellent. you know what soccer players need? protein. right? >> yeah. >> yeah, okay. hold on, i have just the thing for you. sardines! >> ew. >> yeah. so you can run and run and kick the ball all day with this. >> eat this? >> the kid just ate it just now. there's one for you. and one for -- i gotcha -- for
? >> trick or treat! >> hello. do you kids have a reservation? >> yes. >> you do? what's your name? >> this is danny. >> mine's dean. >> dean, i don't see you anywhere. we just sat a big party. we have a table for three in about 20 minutes, is that okay? >> okay. >> okay. all right. party of three. and is this a special occasion? >> yes. >>t >> it's halloween. >> oh, halloween, okay. party of three, occasion is halloween. okay. so you hold on to these. and we will buzz you when your table's ready. okay? thank you. ? >> hi. happy halloween. >> happy halloween. >> you know what the problem is there's three of you and i only
left. here. here. i feel bad. because you're -- i don't want to let america down. wait right here, wait right here, hold on. >> oh! >> oh my god. >> there you go. >> oh my god. >> all right? you got it? >> it's not fair! >> life isn't fair, kid. help him out. >> hello, hi. >> hi. >> come here. happy halloween. >> happy halloween. >> are you elsa? >> uh-huh. >> aren't you the most adorable thing. >> uh-huh. >> do you like "frozen"? >> uh-huh. >> do you like frozen ice cream? all right. hold out your hands. here is some ice cream. two hands, two hands. wow!
i have some toppings for you. do you hike chocolate? >> chocolate! >> chocolate sprinkles? okay. open it up a little bit. what about a cherry? >> yeah. >> a cherry? hey. >> actually -- >> there you go. >> i don't like cherries that much. >> okay, i'll take it back, sorry about that. what about whipped cream? you like whipped cream? >> yeah. >> yeah, okay. stay right there. >> wow. >> isn't this the best? >> yeah. >> all right, happy halloween! bye! >> bye. ? >> jimmy: be right back with music from hunter hayes via
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so funny, and so smart, and my best friend. all families have challenges, and my mom instilled in us very early on the importance of finding solutions to those challenges. and working really hard with your community to get things done. and she made it possible for ben and for me to have a family just like any other family. that's part of the reason that she got involved in public service, because that's what's in her heart... and mom's still that way today. i'm maggie hassan and i approve this message. . then what? liberal carol shea-porter? she'll be a rubber stamp for clinton's agenda. progressive shawn o'connor? he'll be a rubber stamp, too. and you know their agenda: higher taxes. more government spending. and a weaker national defense. only frank guinta will put new hampshire first. that's the key difference in this race. frank guinta. he's on our side. i'm frank guinta
>> thanks everyone for coming out to nashville. i want to thank jessica chastain, justin moore, willie nelson, i apologize to matt damon, we ran out of time for him. "nightline" is next. here with "yesterday's song" nashville via the power of hologram, hunter hayes! ? na na na na na na na na na na na help me out everybody! na na na na na ? ? well i used to sing it and i used to crank it
? oh but i'm over it man i'm over it now ? ? i used to leave it playin on repeat i spun that record til it turned on me ? ? but the dj knows exactly what i need i need an out with the old in with a new beat ? ? you were the rooftop at the top of my lungs blowin' the speakers in the back of my trunk ? ? and you had your chance ? and now you're just yesterday's song you're yesterday's song ? ? the soundtrack every night in my bed you were the woo-hoo gettin' stuck in my head ? ? now you're just an echo when the feeling is gone baby now you're just ? ? yesterday's song you're yesterday's song ?
in the melody it's lost and you know it ? ? it's just the sound of what we used to be ? ? yeah i used to leave it playin on repeat i spun that record til it turned on me ? ? yeah the dj knows exactly what i need be good for me ? ? you were the rooftop at the top of my lungs blowin' the speakers in the back of my trunk ? ? and you had your chance then yeah but i'm movin on ? ? and now you're just yesterday's song you're yesterday's song ? ? the soundtrack every night in my bed you were the woo-hoo gettin' stuck in my head ? ? now you're just an echo when the feeling is gone baby now you're just ? ? yesterday's song you're yesterday's song ?
na na na na na na na na na ? na na na na na na na na na ? ? i got a whole new hey hey i got a brand new wooh wooh ? ? i got new moves and you're old news i got a new song i wanna sing to you ? ? i'm gonna get by i'm gonna get through without you ? at the top of my lungs blowin' the speakers in the back of my trunk ? ? and you had your chance then yeah but i'm movin on ? ? and now you're just yesterday's song you're yesterday's song ? ? the soundtrack every night in my bed you were the woo-hoo gettin' stuck in my head ? ? now you're just an echo when the feeling is gone baby now you're just ? ? yesterday's song
? na na na na na na na na na na na yesterday's song ? ? na na na na na the feelin is gone ? ? na na na na na na na na na na na ? yesterday's song ? this is "nightline." >> tonight, holy cow. >> the cubs win the world series! >> the 108-year drought is over. the chicago cubs beat the cleveland indians for a world series title, a historic win for the windy city. plus inside the final 30,
>> how are these teenagers dealing with this crazy campaign? >> what is it about hillary country that you don't like? >> just get rid of our guns. >> a surprising look at what matters to these young americans. >> how many of you know somebody that's lost a job around here? >> and their stunning proposal. also tonight, ivanka wannabes. meet the women going under the knife to look like the trendy trump. cheeks and chins -- >> this shows how i want my nose to be. >> in the image of donald's glamorous daughter. how did they look in the end? first the "nightline 5." >> think your heartburn pill works fast? zan dark works in 30 minutes. nexium can take 24 hours. when heartburn strikes take zantac for faster relief than nexium or your money back. take the zantac it challenge.
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not yet been invented. world war i had not yet happened. and arizona and new mexico were not yet american states. making tonight's game in cleveland nothing short of history. >> here's the 0-1. this is going to be a tough play. bryant. the cubs win the world series! >> the curse reversed. a historic 8-7 win in extra innings for the chicago cubs in
nail-biter. their first world series title since 1908. cubs fans spilling out into the streets of wrigleyville, chicago, erupting in celebration. it was an epic winner takes all series. the indians and the cubs duking it out all the way to game seven in cleveland. chicago pulling off an astonishing comeback from a 3-1 deficit in the series. capping off the last game of his career with a home run and a world series win. as the beloved late chicago announcer harry caray would say, "holy cow." congratulations to chicago. now to the other national pastime dominating the american psyche, the presidential election. in schools across america, teachers have really been struggling with how to handle this often salacious campaign. tonight abc's terry moran takes us to a school in the heart of
of our series "inside the final 30." >> what i call the basket of deemotionals. >> crooked hillary clinton. >> trumped-up, trickle-down -- >> they're bringing crime, they're rapists. >> we're on our way to new bethlehem, pennsylvania. working class white communities away from major metropolitan areas. >> she plays her woman's card. >> he shouldn't have his on our economy. >> we're going out to a school out here where the civics teachers have been trying to get the students to come to grips with this election. how are kids processing all this? pennsylvania's one of the fiercest battlegrounds in this presidential election. every vote matters here. >> that's closed. it's all going to be locked. >> can i help you? >> hi, it's terry moran with abc
we feel welcome now. >> donald trump, donald trump! >> reporter: the real election is still six days away. in just a few hours at redbank valley high school, students will be casting their votes for president. it's a predominantly white community and this mock election is the culmination of a unique civics program that's tackling this divisive election head-on. >> i know there's teachers in this country, i've talked to them, their administration has specifically told them, do not deal with t >> because they're so concerned about controversy? >> so concerned about controversy already where better to deal with controversy than social studies? >> nice to meet you. >> nice to meet you. >> we're going to look at today political acts. >> we're going to have great jobs again. >> we're going to make america great again for everyone. >> who is the target audience? >> workers. because it showed like people working in factories. >> that's right. how many of you know somebody
so who specifically is that for? >> the people in rural areas. >> so this ad is targeted toward an area like this. >> i have a couple of questions. >> yes, please. >> that was fun. one thing i was very struck by. it was powerful when you asked how many of you have been affected by job loss? could you do that again? how many? pretty much everybody. >> reporter: according to the bureau of labor statistics, pennsylvania has lost nearly 300,000 january 2001. >> pennsylvania has lost more than 35% of its manufacturing jobs. >> reporter: and in these hallways there are clear signs that the trump movement is strong here. >> keep immigrants out. how to make america great again. i can't tell if that's pro or con. hard to be a hillary supporter here. >> reporter: even though the latest pennsylvania poll has clinton at 48 and trump at 43.
>> would we be able to talk? would we be able to say -- >> no. >> here's quhabl -- >> no. >> why not? >> this whole class is trump. >> reporter: here you can sense it with these kids. they mirror that feeling in this campaign. we are almost living in two different countries. how are we going to run the country together? >> split the country into two different countries. >> they tried that. that didn't work in the civil war. butal what is it about hillary country that you don't like? >> just get rid of our guns. >> it's the guns. >> yes. >> how many of you have a gun? my goodness. these are your own personal firearms? it's not mom's or dad's? >> it's mine. >> reporter: this is western pennsylvania. most people hunt here. in fact, the students get days off at the height of the hunting season. >> you think hillary would want to take away your guns? >> uh-huh. >> your gun, your gun, your gun?