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Elsas, Elsas everywhere!

Elsas, Elsas everywhere!

  Business Reporter Jon Erlichman reveals the most popular Halloween costumes this year and shows us how we can still get one if we haven't yet. There's still time, people!!! 

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Tia Mowry offers tips for a safe Halloween

Tia Mowry offers tips for a safe Halloween

When Tia Mowry isn't starring in the hit Nickelodeon series, "Instant Mom," or chasing her own three-year old from pillar to post, she's supporting a cause near and dear to her heart....the fight against child abductions.  Though Halloween is an especially good time to remind everyone to stay safe, Mowry offers four tips to apply year round.  As a spokesperson for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Mowry joins HLN's Christi Paul to offer tips on Halloween and year-long safety. 

Trans woman: This is who I really am

Trans woman: This is who I really am

We told you about Mey earlier this week and her story is so awesome, we had to invite her on to hear her tell it herself.  Listen to what she tells Yasmin Vossoughian about why Halloween is a pretty significant holiday for her.

MALEFICENT

Halloween Maleficent Makevoer (Easy to do!)

One of this year's top trending and most popular costumes this year is Maleficent, Disney's most iconic villain from the classic movie 'Sleeping Beauty.' The movie of her untold story was released in May of this year - Angelina Jolie did a magnificent job with the role! It comes out on Blue ray on November 4th.

Since it's one of this year's most popular and creative costumes, we decided to transform our host Yasmin into Maleficent. It's a crazy transformation!

AT&T woes + Trick or Tweet

AT&T woes + Trick or Tweet

   Business Reporter Jon Erlichman has the latest on the AT&T throttling scandal and DIY costumes for Halloween. 

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A cool website for gamers, not the games!

A cool website for gamers, not the games!

The gaming industry raked in $21.5 billion last year! According to the Entertainment Software Association, 59% of Americans are gamers. And a bunch of those gamers are looking for a place to share their love for video games.

That's where ScrewAttack.com comes in. More than 1.2 million people subscribe to its YouTube channel and millions more click on their daily videos. Yasmin Vossoughian spoke to the man in charge of the website, YouTube star Craig Skistimas. He explains why his website is special, starting with the fact that it's a site for gamers, not games.

Safe ending: Football fan's strange trip

Safe ending: Football fan's strange trip

The odd case of missing Denver Broncos fan Paul Kitterman has come to a safe ending, but there are still many unanswered questions. 

After receiving a tip Tuesday night, police found the 53-year-old Kitterman in a K-Mart parking lot, more than 100 miles from the Broncos' Sports Authority Field. This comes five days after his family reported he went missing in the middle of the October 23rd Broncos game.

Nightmare child abduction investigations

Nightmare child abduction investigations

Having your child abducted is horrible enough.  One mother has spent nearly two decades looking for her daughter, only to hit dead-end after dead-end.

Catcalling

Most watched: Holla Back + Bacon + airplane

 
I Ain't No Holla Back Girl + Bacon + Airplane = what you're watching and sharing this week.
Did you miss it? Here 'ya go!
NYC Penthouse

What does a $95 million penthouse look like?

These are two of the most watched and shared videos and images this week.

If you have $95 million to spend, if you got it like that, you'll want to go to New York and buy this penthouse because it has an amazing view!

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