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good morning, america. this morning -- freaky finish, the bizarre controversial ending to game three of the world series. >> calling immediately. >> what both teams are saying about the crazy play to give the cardinals a win. child weather. texas hit by hailstorms, torrential rains and loads of lightning as a halloween storm is brewing in the northwest right now that will haunt most of the country this week. carnival arrest, the operator of the vortex ride that sent five people flying at the state fair is now facing serious charges. brand-new britney, the pop star reinventing herself again, what she's saying in a very personal a handwritten message
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to her fans this morning. hey, good morning, everybody. coming up on the forecast this morning -- kathleen sebelius, the face of the obama care website debacle going before congress this week, can she keep her job? we'll talk to george stephanopoulos about that coming up. also ahead, look at these live pictures out of the vatican on this sunday morning, yet another example of pope francis setting a new tone as he celebrates family weekend, more of this event coming up on the show. we're going to start with that wild scene at game three of world series. controversial of ninth inning call that put the cardinals over
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the top. did the red sox get robbed here? ron claiborne, arguably the biggest baseball fan in all of abc news is here to break it down. i have been to hundreds of baseball game and i have never seen anything like what happened last night. game three of the world series being decided by one whacky play and an umpire's ruling that will be debated for a long, long time. were the sox robbed? you decide. game tied 4-4. cardinals runners on second and third. tied drama. dustin pedroia throws out the runner at home. catcher throws to third and the ball gets away and rolls into left field. and here comes the runner and he's out. no, wait, he's safe. the umpire's rule that the runner was interfered with. watch again in slow motion.
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unbelievably, the cardinals won the game. the red sox don't believe it. >> i don't know how he gets out of the way when he's laying on the ground. >> i'm on the ground and there's nowhere for me to go. >> there's a rule in baseball for exactly what happened. rule 2.00, obstruction is the act of a fielder who, while not in possession of the ball and not in act of fielding the ball, impedes the progress of any runner. >> sometimes it's unfair but that's the way the rule is. >> reporter: the last time it was decided by an error the bill buckner error at first base that cost the mets the win. now we can add this one. but, there's always a but. if a player on the ground impedes the runner is quote, very likely, obstruction, not
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definitely obstruction. if the red sox goes on to win the world series it will be a moot point. if they lose, they'll be talking about this the next 86 years. 12k3w4r ron claiborne. >> and -- and you know this is a serious story when dan harris said we had to lead the news. the conspiracy theorists are going to be flying. thank you. there's at will of weather-related news to tell you about this morning as well. overnight, texas continued to be hit by severe weather including hailstorms, torrential rains and lightning. the midwest braces for a chilly winter blast and ginger zee has been keeping an eye. >> in texas, more than 20 severe weather reports. one in oklahoma. what it looked like on the
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ground. in oklahoma, it looked like snow, then you had the lightning and there was a lot of it. a really great capture here. it slowed down the game. tcu and texas game, this is what it looked like as people waited it out or didn't. texas went on to win. i even have sports in my weather forecast. dallas/ft. worth, some rain coming down in just a half-hour. texas will be drying out as we go through the day here. there is a new storm in the northwest, as it drops down, they come together and kansas smothered in winter weather. i'll have much more coming up in the nation's weather. for now, back to bianna and dan. thank you, we're heading into what could be a very dicey
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week for the obama administration and specifically for the woman who has taken incoming fire for the failure over obama care. >> kathleen sebelius goes before congress on wednesday, so is her job in jeopardy? let's bring in george stephanopoulos who will be discussing this issue later this morning on "this week." could she lose her job? >> i don't think so. she's one of the president's longest-serving cabinet member. he's supporting her 100%. she's got a big job to do this week. she'll have a lot of tough questions to answer especially about what they knew about the problems before october 1st, this is all going to depend on whether or not those problems with the website can actually get fixed by the end of november as the white house has now promised. it's going to be a tough day. >> you have a big live guest on
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the program this morning. dick cheney, he's out with a new book. >> we're going to talk about that, we also have to talk to the vice president this week about this growing spy scandal, that americans -- the nsa has been spying on american allies. we also learned that according to these documents while the vice president was in office. maybe started in 2002. also, about the infighting in the republican party. her daughter is right in it. >> a lot to talk to him about. great to see you, george. >> be sure to join george when he goes one-on-one the former vice president dick cheney. back to ron claiborne with the other big stories developing this morning. we'll begin with an arrest in that carnival ride accident
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in north carolina that injured five people, abc's tai hernandez has more on that a. >> reporter: he's charged with three counts of assault with a deadly weapon. police said that he was operating the vortex ride on monday. when a night of fun at the state fair turned to terror. >> you have got to get somebody out here quick, on the vortex ride. >> reporter: three were take on the the hospital. >> is there any serious bleeding? >> yes, they are bleeding. >> reporter: the vortex seen here, right before the accident, spinning and twisting and turning upside-down as normal. as riders were unloaded it st t startstar started up again. inves gators said that the ride was closed because of a safety issue on monday. he allegedly tampered with the ride after it was repaired and
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inspected. officials now believe it was without several safety crucial che checks. >> will there be other arrests? yes, there probably will be. >> reporter: tai hernandez, abc news, new york. opposition to nsa and surveillance program is mounting. pro's the or thes want an end to the data-gathering plan. edward snowden is living in exile in russia after leaking controversial secrets. the mother of the 14-year-old teen accused of killing his teacher. is breaking her silence. she released a statement through her attorney on saturday. she's heartbroken on colleen
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ritzer's death. he's accused of stabbing ritzer to death this past week. at a brewery in florida, the fire broke out in tampa, florida, saturday night, officials were eventually able to get it under control. the fire marshalls suffered about a million bucks worth of damage. jay-z is speaking about his business partnership with barneys he has a clothing deal with barneys has been under pressure to break ties. on his website, he said, it wouldn't hurt barneys or shawn carter, but all the people that stand a chance at higher education. and finally, remember this the next time you go fishing if you go fishing. when you're showing off your catch, hold on tight, you're going to see video of two
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fishermen, hungry sea lion steals one. or this could happen to you. stand further away from the water. >> thank you for the valuable public service announcement on this sunday morning. now to the extraordinary video tape of a state trooper displaying safety. he was putting his life on the line to save his fellow officers facing barrage of bullets. abc chief justice correspondent pierre thomas has the story. >> reporter: shortly after 9:00 that chilly friday morning, a police scanner in smalltown pennsylvania crackled with shots fired. >> several victims. several victims. >> yeah, 435 we're responding to the shooting.
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>> reporter: but the armed suspect has already fled the scene. he's racing in a pa trom car trying to catch up with the man who has just killed three people. up ahead coming into frame, the suspect has intentionally hit another police car, slow down the car, that's a head-on collision that he's racing for. he's worried about he's about to become the next murder victim. >> i'm about to hear gun shots. i fully expected him to approach the passenger side of car. >> reporter: ramming the suspect's vehicle to distract the shooter. the suspect gets out of his truck while another trooper arrives on the scene. >> he came running through the smoke, firing his weapon. i thought tim was dead. >> bullets fly through it. this photograph shows you the eight bullet holes from the
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outside. it happened so fast. rewind. slow it down. you can see right there the suspect gun in hand, a .357 magnum coming toward stoudemire. he's wearing a bullet proof vest. staggering he and another officer returned fire. the suspect is killed and lives are saved thanks to trooper stoudemire. >> he exemplified the very best of what it means to be a public servant. >> public service involving life and death. pierre thomas. >> that's one brave trooper. our thanks to pierre. we're going to turn to football sunday. pressure continues to mount on the washington redskins to change their name, which many considered racist. this week, there's a big meeting between the nfl and an angry
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tribal nation. >> reporter: even president obama has weighed in saying that that he thinks the name should be changed. it lies in the team owner's hand. but he isn't budgeting. overnight, dan snyder was welcome to a rally. >> hail to the redskins. >> reporter: next week, senior league officials will welcome leaders of the united tribal nation. they'll address his refusal to change the name. >> our indian tribal nation wants the nfl to be on the right side of history. >> reporter: in early october, dan snyder issued a letter to fans calling the name part of the football team's heritage. he writes, i respect the feelings of those who are offended by the team name but i
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hope such individuals also try to respect what the name means. snyder says he has the support of 90% of native americans. the florida state seminoles has written permission from the seminole tribe to use symbols of its heritage. the chief calling it a honor. >> the big difference between washington name and all of the other names, one is a racial slur and the other is not. >> reporter: christine brennan said teams across the country with controversial mascots will likely be impact zbld when washington name changes, one by one dominos will fall. >> some speculation that redskins could become washington brave heart. but a team spokesperson
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dismissed this. dan? >> nonetheless, an enormous amount of pressure. switching gears now, this morning at vatican, a fresh example of how pope francis is trying to set a new tone. there he is. there are regular people nearby and he's mingling with them as well. all part of family weekend which the pope is celebrating with families from around the world. and abc's gio benitez is on the story. >> reporter: good morning. it's a massive encounter with the pope. coming from five continuecontin. this morning, the pope is once again breaking from tradition. this time, at an annual event for families, where 150,000 families from 70 countries joined the pope in rome to
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profess their faith. now, for the first time hundreds of children and elderly people are standing side by side with the pope, instead of in the audience and emphasizing the importance of different generations. the pope saying saturday, every family is part of the history of a people, it cannot exist without the generations who have gone before it. >> in the united states we are so isolated as families. he wants to tell us that old people and young people can live together, support one another, be there for one another. >> reporter: the families are on pilgrimage to st. peter's, too. >> certainly we see them coming out in the hundreds of thousands to listen to him, to be with him, to share their stories with him. to be inspired. >> reporter: the pope also telling the families the lord knows our struggles and the burdens we have in our lives but
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he also know our great desire to find joy and rest. the vatican city wants to be known as the capital of the family the pope says he'll close out the event blessing all families around the world. what an event. >> quite an event. there was a report out this morning saying tourism in rome has actually gone up since this pope arrived. >> amazing. >> great to see you, gio. time now for a check of a weath weather. >> it's going to be snow and snow in parts of montana, okay, it's that time of year. western montana covered in winter storm warnings, it's intensifying because we're getting closer to the event happening today, later today through tuesday. snow amounts in helena will go above 4 inches. billings will get into it.
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eventually parts of wyoming and dakota. places like denver that are 70 today, 70 degrees for a high today, will see rain mixing with snow, especially into tuesday and wednesday. out in the west, you see los angeles, san francisco, 75 and 58 for highs today. high wind watches going into effect. so it's not going to be perfect. the cold front east of them, earlier in the show, i showed you the pictures of hail, lightning and flooding, that type of weather is going to head into mississippi. behind it, much calmer. san antonio, 81. a lot more autumnal as we go through your sunday into monday. i want to take aing loo at that myrtle beach camera, it's really nice but cold, low 40s. start to see the climb. 75 by tuesday in myrtle beach. atlanta gets close to 80 by
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tuesday. montgomery eventually gets into the low 80s. that's a look at the big picture. >> in the next half-hour, we got a shot of severe weather tomorrow that we're going to talk about. you still like me after that weather forecast? >> yes. how could we not love you. >> what's the latest forecast on when spring comes? >> on when spring comes.
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make you wait until may. >> we can by pass winter, you would be the most popular person here in the northeast. thanks, ginger. all right coming up on "good morning america" -- family murder mystery. a mom and her two kids are missing. there has been no sign of them in nearly a week now, we'll tell you why police are holding her husband and the desperate move he made in jail. and britney 3.0, another reinvention from the pop star, all laid out in a handwritten letter, an emotional message to her fans. my favorite segment of the morning, rabbit tricks. overcoming obstacles trying to win what ron claiborne found out about this adorable sport. we'll be right back. ♪
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tryptophan ♪ some brand-new britney, britney spears taking pen to paper to ink out a special message to her fans as she seeks to reinvent herself yet again, hard to believe that this is her eighth album that she's releasing. can't wait to see what this album is all about. we'll talk about that later on in the show. good morning, america. i'm bianna golodryga. >> i'm dan harris. alongside sara haines, ron claiborne. also coming up on the broadcast, lot of historic pictures came out of last week when prince george got christened. overnight, the palace releasing
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a new picture of a very intimate moment. we'll take a closer look at that coming up in pop news. first this half-hour, a murder history playing out in florida, her mother and her kids missing. the cops holding the husband. abc's rob nelson has the details this morning. >> reporter: the search continues in florida this morning, for the bodies of a mother and her two young children who have not been seen for five days now. >> if anybody see my grand can kids, please, and my daughter. >> meanwhile the only person of interest in the case, 31-year-old luis toledo the missing woman's husband is recovering from injuries after he attempted a jailhouse suicide saturday. the heartbreaking story began tuesday, when 28-year-old woman and her two children went missing. authorities say hours earlier,
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he was involved in a domestic dispute with her husband, he allegedly slapped her at her job. >> when her husband arrived there, cause of disturbance battered her and then fled the scene. >> reporter: by wednesday, police launched their search, they founding an empty car in grocery store parking lot. police confirmed the three were dead. except to say the bodies haven't been found. meanwhile, police arrested the toledo. he has served time for burglary and kidnapping. her family continues to come to grip with their loss. >> i have been praying a lot and i'm hoping that my daughter show up with my grand kids. >> reporter: for "good morning america," rob nelson, abc news, new york.
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>> such heartbreak for that family our thanks to rob. an update on the morning's top stories. in the news a carnival worker is under arrest for tampering with a north carolina carnival ride when an accident injured five people. he was arrested on three felony counts inflicting serious bodily injured. those five people hurt on thursday. for the third time a milwaukee company issish shug a recall for some of its meat products. this morning, garden fresh foods is recalling 50 tons of chicken and ham products. the food may be contaminated with listeria. if you can't get enough of prince george of britain, i can't. here's some more. another picture has been released. it shows the prince being held by his parents. nascar history made saturday in martinsville, virginia,
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became the first african-american driver to win. congratulations to him. time now for weather. when we did nascar, he was my driver. congrats, darrell. i have been telling you about this winter storm in the pacific northwest. here's the timing. tonight into tomorrow, it will drift down near the cold front and that surface low, idaho, spokane, seattle 56. watch this the winter storm warning is in hot pink, the winter storm watch is in blue. look back to jackson, they're in the wind advisory. it's going to be 40 to 60-mile-an-hour wind gusts so this is getting bigger. severe weather in texas and oklahoma panhandle. garden city, all tomorrow afternoon and into evening you're going to have to be paying attention.
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the great lakes, extremely gusty. look at it, big waves on superior. looking to calm down as we go through the week. that's a look at the big picture. >> this weather report has been brought to you by t eshgtempupe. >> don't go anywhere, ron. the cutest sport ever and one you probably have never heard of, rabbit hopping. bunnies bouncing around. this week it's the whackiest competition you'll see and also very adorable.
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ron went to check it out. you were brave to do this. >> thank you very much. this story goes back a couple of years ago. when i got a letter from iowa. talking me about the pourp larty of rabbit hopping. a big rabbit hopping event in harrisburg. i went there to meet her in person and see her in action. i ended up part of that action. >> hi. >> hi. you're cassandra. nice to meet you. finally, we meet. cas sandra, now 13, a competition for a bevy of bunnies. she's been raising racing rabbits on her family farm since she was 6, she offered to let me run dash. the day before the big race, she
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gave me a few pointers in the fine art of rabbit hopping. >> don't pull it too tight. >> why is he not going? go. come here. why is he not going? believe me, it's even harder than it looks. the next day the battle of the bunnies. >> ready to race? >> yeah, and they're off. and now, cassandra and brock were up. it seems brock wasn't in a hopping mood and finally, my turn, to dash with dash. i know. don't quit my day job. it was very difficult, actually,
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you know, did better in practice than in real life. >> did you strain your back at all? that looked like that could be uncomfortable. >> by the way, i got an award. eat your heart out, dan harris. you don't have one of these. she's really into it. >> very cute. >> that was a great story. you made my morning, ron claiborne. >> it's going on the front. >> he is the man. coming up here on "good morning america" -- britney reinventing hers again, her very personal message to fans this morning and the promises that she's making about her brand-new album. pop star goes ghoulish, can you guess who's underneath the getup here? here's a hint, she's a new mom. hollywood going all out for halloween this year coming up. tempur-pedic. ar
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albums later, she's looking to reinvent herself once again. in a personal message to her fans this morning. reena ninan has more. >> reporter: has this good girl gone bad gone girl again? in a heart felt handwritten letter posted on her website, britney spears makes an effort to connect with her fans and reinvent herself once again. i want to show you a different side of myself. she rose to fame fast with hit after hit after hit. but this star fell even faster with a few missteps along the way, that turned this music icon's reputation toxic. ♪ you're toxic >> reporter: it's a slow and painful climb back to stardom.
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she poured her heart and soul into bringing it to life. i learned a lot about myself. but in the time of headline-grabbing young artist like twerking miley cyrus britney is working to stay relevant. >> she can't worry about other people. if she focuses on her responsibilities at hand, she's going to do just fine. if a new record release isn't enough for spears, she announced live on "good morning america" she'll be doing 100 shows in las vegas over the next two years. womanizer is still the song i play when i need to run fast and the coffee machine is broken. >> if this news thing doesn't work out for you -- talk about
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lyrics in braille in the other. ♪ >> she's amazing. i would love to see that song in braille, though. comic strips coming over your news feed. it's call bit strips. creative of the "good morning america" staff. this one captured ginger just saw a funny looking cloud. next dan convincing bianna that this is just a really exclusive party. and ron pays the ultimate price of losing a bet. a tattoo of my face. i have seen these. >> i was wondering where they came from. now you guys are on the train
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now. time now for a pop news pop quiz. some of our famous celebrities have been getting into the halloween spirit with some awesome costumes. who is this star in a skeleton bride gown? >> sandra bullock. >> bullock. >> kim kardashian. >> it's actually a sandra bullock. >> anything else you want to know? >> rocking a rock costume, is katie holmes, jennifer lawrence, cindy crawford. it is cindy crawford. i saved the best for last. terrifying outfit celebrating halloween, is it heidi klum or fergie. >> fergie. we'll be right back. i really lost that one.
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>> good morning, everyone. i'm katie marzullo in for carolyn this morning. let's start off with a quick look at the weather. good morning, lisa. >> good morning. we are starting off with 40s and 50s but some dense fog. at the coast right now five-mile visibility and cloudy skies in san jose. so for the rest of the day we are looking at still numbers in the upper 40s to low 50s at 7:00 with the fog and cool conditions. we will see some sunshine inland by noontime. 50s and 60s. but by 4:00 we will see the winds pick up. it will be a cooler day today, as much as 10 degrees


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