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good morning, america. breaking overnight, chaos at one of the biggest malls in america. thousands running for cover, as a young gunman dressed in black and motorcycle helmet opens fire with an assault rifle at closing time. >> people were running for their lives. >> s.w.a.t. teams search all night for the suspect, found dead just hours ago. fire on the tarmac. watch as this giant, smoky fire on a baggage truck nearly engulfs this jumbo jet. hundreds of passengers fleeing from the plane to safety. several injured in the making. breaking, new details on bullying in the big leagues. new video of the star nfl player accused of crossing the line when it came to his teammate. his profane tirade revealed just this morning.
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the investigation just beginning. and caught on tape between a rock and a hard place. this kayaker suddenly trapped under a raging waterfall. his helmet, barely visible. how his friends raced to free him, breaking him loose just in time. and good morning, america. what a dramatic and scary night. it happened at one of america's biggest malls, not far from here, in suburban new jersey. you see it right there. aerial pictures of the garden state plaza mall. we're pushing in right there. investigators on the scene. around 9:30 last night, a 20-year-old man walked in and calmly began shooting. >> there were thousands of people inside that large mall. hundreds remained all night during a lockdown, yard-by-yard search of the complex. police calling it a nightmare scenario. >> incredible night. we're going to get to the scene right now and talk to an eyewitness in a minute.
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let's get to gio benitez. he's in paramus, new jersey, this morning. good morning, gio. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. you said it. it was a frightening scene here overnight. a six-hour search for that gunman. the good news right now, nobody else was injured here. but that gunman was found dead. at approximately 9:20 p.m., a man wearing all-black and a motorcycle helmet opened fire with a modified large rifle at the garden state plaza mall in paramus, new jersey. just minutes before the mall closed. >> as soon as i came upstairs, the mall security guy was just screaming at me to get out. >> i just tried to make sure people got out safe. >> reporter: panicked shoppers and mall employees ran for their lives. thousands of people inside at the time. the man continued to shoot randomly at an open area of the mall, not taking aim at anyone. >> they looked scared. i looked to my right
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and i saw him walking. i was like, oh, my god. >> reporter: a massive police presence descended on new jersey's largest mall. employees and shoppers, desperately seeking safety wherever they could. after the initial evacuation, 400 people remained hidden in that mall, as the gunman continued to fire. >> people were running crazy. you know, because we heard like, three, four shooting. i think he was shooting some of the cameras in the mall. >> reporter: s.w.a.t. teams and canine units went store to store, searching for that shooter. at 3:20 a.m., police see the suspect on surveillance camera go to a secluded part of the mall and kill himself. no one else is injured. at 4:45 a.m., police announce the all-clear, that the suspect 20-year-old richard shoop of new jersey shot at least six rounds in total from a rifle that he stole from his brother. >> i do not believe that mr. shoop thought that he would come out of here this evening alive. he did have opportunity to shoot people and did not. >> reporter: law enforcement is familiar with shoop, who is known for having a drug problem.
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using heroin and molly, a highly-potent form of ecstasy. and police say he left behind a note. the alleged shooter left behind a note. they're still trying to figure out exactly what happened here. investigators are talking to his parents and brother and searching that home, george. >> thanks, gio. joined by an eyewitness at the mall last night, kimberly. thank you so much for joining us this morning. tell us what you saw. >> well, first, i actually heard the gunshot. i work in a boutique right next to nordstrom. and all of a sudden, i saw a man dressed in black. and he was holding a rifle right next to him. and it was pointed upward. and all of a sudden, i saw him shoot it. >> was it pretty clear to you that he was not trying to shoot at people? >> well, he was holding the rifle upward. and he shot it upward. so he wasn't shooting at anyone.
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it was scary. >> and yet, he was coming right towards you? >> yes. he was just walking slowly towards our side of the end of the mall. >> when you saw him coming, what did you do next? >> my manager was actually in -- close to the back room. she screamed for me to come in the back room. we didn't have time to close the gate all the way. so, it was open. and we were terrified that the man, since he saw us, would come to our store. >> and about how many shots did he fire? >> well, he shot one when -- the one that i heard. then, he shot one when he was coming towards us. and then, when we were finally inside in the back room, he shot three more shots. >> so, you're hearing all these shots outside. how long did you stay in that back room? >> we were there for about an hour. >> what made you think it was safe to come out? >> well, we heard a man pull up the gate. and my manager was terrified
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that it was the man who was firing the shots. but it wasn't. i opened the door. i peered through the little crack. and it was a bunch of cops just letting us out of the mall. >> kimberly, thanks very much. >> you're welcome. we're getting new video from inside the mall, as people began to leave just after the shooting. it was 9:30 at night. the mall was still open. thousands of people inside. we're going to bring in bergen county prosecutor, john molinelli. who has been on the scene all night there in paramus, new jersey, leading the investigation. can you tell us more about what you know about the shooter? >> well, i certainly know that as he entered the mall, we don't believe that he really intended to shoot anyone. there was so many people around him. the mall was closing in ten minutes. there were thousands of people. and many people just surrounding him.
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and the fact that he shot into the ceiling or randomly at other topics or other things, we don't think he actually went in there with the intent to shoot anyone. we think he went in there with the intent that he was not going to come out alive. >> and he allegedly stole the weapon from his brother? >> it was his brother's weapon. it was a lawful firearm. he stole it from him. as well as the motorcycle helmet. >> were people aware -- were authorities aware of this young man before what happened last night? we know that he has reportedly a drug problem. molly, the street name for that drug. what more can you tell us along those lines? >> he was known to local authorities. certainly not for what he did late last night. but he was known as somebody that used drugs, abused drugs, dealt in drugs, which may well have been the reason why he ultimately chose to do what he did last night. >> and he did leave a note, a suicide note?
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>> he left a note. it's a bit ambiguous. i'm hesitant to say it's a suicide note. it does express that an end is coming. it could have been prison. it could have been what he did last night. but it certainly was something that gave his family reason to reach out to us some time after 10:00 last night. >> the family seems to have been cooperating. john molinelli, we know it's been a long night for you. we appreciate you joining us this morning. you take care. >> thank you. we return to the latest on the alarming fire on the runway. a baggage truck in flames. hundreds of passengers fleeing for their lives. several injured during the scary moments in montreal. david kerley joining us with the details. good morning, david. >> reporter: george, amazing pictures. you have just arrived after a long flight. you're waiting to get off the plane. and all of a sudden, the cabin fills with smoke. that's what happened in montreal. forcing an emergency evacuation. seven of the passengers were injured. some from smoke inhalation. some from jumping down the
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emergency slides. you saw them scurrying away. reports say this plane arrived from casablanca. as the passengers are coming out. the bags pulled from the cargo hold. and the conveyor belt ignited. shooting flames up the belly of the plane and thick, black smoke. from the rubber of the conveyer belt. that's when the emergency evacuation of all 250 passengers and 8 crew were ordered. and as you can see, george, they were running to get away from that aircraft as quickly as they could. >> i bet they were. any update on the injured? >> reporter: we understand that two of them were treated on the scene. five went to the hospital. we hear they're in varying degrees of conditions. nobody sounds to be in critically serious condition, george. >> thanks for that. david kerley, thank you very much. let's get the rest of the day's top stories from josh. we're going to begin about drama unfolding at a denver middle school. police s.w.a.t. teams rush in after janitors report a break-in at the school. surveillance cameras appear to show two men with rifles and
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backpacks. officers negotiated with them over the p.a. system while ordering neighbors to stay indoors. finally, the suspects, two 15-year-olds, surrendered with b.b. guns. officers say it appears to have been a simple burglary. and a new warning in the wake of the deadly shooting at l.a.x. homeland security and the fbi have issued a bulletin to law enforcement, urging them to remain vigilant for copycat attacks. the justice department says security at all airports will be reviewed. we're hearing from the tsa officer who was shot twice friday, tony grigsby. you see him there leaning on a cane, speaking outside of his home. saying all he could think about was helping people. >> i was injured while helping an elder man trying to get to a safe area. i turned around and there was the gunman and shot me twice. i'm just a regular person. i'm not here for no fame or no glory. i came to tsa to protect people.
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>> just a regular person and a hero. meanwhile, investigators believe, the alleged shooter, paul ciantia was targeting tsa officers. they're not sure why yet. he remains unconscious at an area hospital. and johnson & johnson will be settling a claim that it promoted drugs for unapproved uses and paid kickbacks to doctors. the drugs in question were two schizophrenia medicines and another drug. and new details about the nfl coach who collapsed on the field sunday night. is reporting that gary kubiak, coach of the houston texans suffered a ministroke. thankfully, the residual effects are said to be minimal. and a once-in-a-lifetime sight along the west coast. it's a superpod of dolphins, swimming alongside a ferry. more than 1,000 dolphins in all. they kept pace for about three minutes before they hung a right and banged their way into the pacific.
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but my god. seeing 11,000 of them. the p.a. announcer was letting somebody know their burrito was ready. i think the 1,000 dolphins may have been a little better at that moment. but i hear great things about the ferry burritos. >> you see sam's eyes light up? >> they're beautiful, too. when they're it having fun. >> and nobody needed rescuing. >> nope. no rescuing. election day now. many of you may not have noticed. there are a few key races this year with consequences for president obama. jon karl with more on that. governor races in virginia and new jersey. >> reporter: that's right, george. two, big state-wide races today. democrats up in one. republicans up in the other. but in a sense, today may be the day that the 2016 presidential campaign begins. chris christie is flying so high in the polls, his final campaign swing for re-election as new jersey's governor looked more
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like a victory lap. the latest poll his him leading barbara buono by over 30 points. he leads big among women and independents, all in a democratic state that obama won by 17 points last year. that adds up to a central argument of a christie presidential campaign he can win. >> whatever the future brings, it will bring. but first things first. >> reporter: in virginia, a tighter race. but it's the democrat, terry mcauliffe, over ken cuccinelli, a very conservative republican with tea party roots. from barack obama on down, democrats have flooded virginia for mcauliffe. but a victory for him will also be seen as a victory for hillary clinton. that's the way one big-name republican sees it. >> this is the first victory of the clinton march to the presidency. it will be a tribute to terry's per s persistence and bill and hillary's ability to build a political machine. >> reporter: mcauliffe is a long-time confidant of both
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clintons. when barack obama won virginia in 2008, he became the first democratic presidential candidate to win the state since lyndon johnson. now, the party is hoping that after today's election, they will control all the major statewide offices, george. governor, lieutenant governor attorney general, and both senate seats. >> big change there, jon, thanks very much. big race in new york, as well. the new york about to have its first democratic mayor in 20 years. >> when you said election day, people were like, that's right. but now to the bullying scandal shaking up the nfl. the miami dolphins player, accused of harassing his teammate has been suspended indefinitely. as new details of his shocking behavior emerge. matt gutman has the latest on this developing story. [ bleep ]. >> reporter: this morning, a disturbing look at the nfl lineman accused of crossing the line. >> [ bleep ]. >> reporter: this newly-surfaced video, posted on tmz, shows a shirtless richie incognito, going on a profanity-laced rant,
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at a south florida bar earlier this year. the 6'3", 320-pound 30-year-old is now suspended from the miami dolphins for conduct detrimental to the team. espn reports incognito is being reviewed by the dolphins, the nfl, and the players' association for allegedly bullying his teammate, second year lineman jonathan martin. >> maybe you shouldn't use your [ bleep ] number as your ipad pass word. >> reporter: this clip from the series "hark knocks" shows incognito allegedly hazing another teammate. >> i was going to put something up there rude. but i saw the picture of your girlfriend and felt bad. >> reporter: but he may have been more vicious. espn is reporting that he harassed martin with a spring of racist texts and voicemails, that declares i'll kill you. that's a far cry from his public endorsement of martin in this taped interview last year. >> no, he's great. he's an athletic kid.
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he's a smart kid. he's a good kid. >> reporter: the dolphins head coach said he hasn't heard of any hazing. how could you have missed that? >> i never saw it. >> reporter: you never saw it? some teammates also denied seeing any bullying firsthand. >> those things can get looked over because there is so much going on. >> reporter: for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, miami. >> and espn nfl insider, adam schefter joins us now. you have been all over this story. and we heard about the text messages. and we heard the voicemails and all that. and people want to know, has incognito played his last game with the dolphins? >> his contract is up after this year. he's been suspended indefinitely. he will not play for that team again. the question is if he will be allowed to play in the nfl again. we've seen people come back from controversy. michael vick did it, with the philadelphia eagles. and this year, riley cooper, after a semisimilar situation resurfaced in frphiladelphia an is thriving. you never know if he'll be able to play again. but to play for the dolphins
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right now, is a big stretch. >> and he, he being incognito, has been on twitter. he's gone after you. gone after others. in fact this is one of the more passionate ones. adam schefter, enough is enough. if you or any of the agents you sound off for have a problem with me, you know where to find me. #bringit. i know you don't reveal sources. you have broken the story. how did you come to realize this was happening? >> there were enough people that he has tent text messages to, left a voicemail for. enough people who are friendly with jonathan martin. enough people that are familiar with the case. this is not just about jonathan martin. this extends to other people within the dolphins organization. and other people know about it. look, his background is very obvious. all you have to do is google his name. it's in "the usa today." in every newspaper. all over espn. the facts of his background and resume speak for themselves. >> we heard in matt's report coach saying he had no idea what was going on. and you know, there are many
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that say that goes on in locker rooms across the country. but it's a different climate now. and this behavior really is totally unacceptable. >> this is not about locker room mentality, robin. this is about harassment in the workplace, which is unacceptable right now. there's a light that's shined on it. bullying has become a bigger topic than ever before. and here is a perfect example, in the most popular sport in the country about bullying. >> and we haven't heard from jonathan. >> i was told yesterday that he feels as if the weight of the world has been lifted off his shoulders. >> i hope that he'll come back and play. great work, adam. let's get the weather from sam. >> good morning winter weather advisories stretching from new mexico into michigan today. so that's a good, heavy hit. nine states will get snow. eight inches are possible in the areas that are picking up. there's fog in that area that's just kind of outside of that snowbank. and it's wisconsin. it's minnesota. it's also a little bit of iowa that will get in some very heavy fog early this morning. here's the snowfall totals. 3.6 inches in sioux city.
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minneapolis, you're getting a little bit of snow as well. north platte, getting almost seven inches of snow. aspen, a kick in the mountains here. this is a long stretch of the dividing line that will be rain deep into texas. but what is certainly a good hit of snow right along those areas. a quick look at the area that's shifted east in the new england area. but still providing a chill this morning. windchill numbers like 39 in new york, 32 in boston, 40 in washington, d.c. we'll show you where temperatures are milder a little later when we come back.
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to kill in one feeding. guaranteed. d-con. get out. live aerial shots right there from our station wabc. the helicopter over paramus, new jersey. one of the largest malls in the country right there. what a dramatic, scary situation last night. still unfolding right now. a 20-year-old man walked in, calmly started shooting. the gunman is now dead. no one else, miraculously, was injured. we'll have the latest ahead. the investigators still combing through that mall this morning. >> wabc did a great job of keeping people informed last night in the city. and we're also going to show you remarkable video. a kayaker, caught on tape, trapped under a raging waterfall. >> red helmet. that is a face full of water. how could "dancing with the stars" get more exciting? i don't know.
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maybe cher takes over the ballroom and starts singing and judging? the latest couple, though, today this morning, to get booted. look at that. >> they were having a great time last night. >> oh, let me tell you. twitter was electric after that. boom, it went everywhere. >> there's something about cher. gets you every time. >> she's a legend. look at her. we're so excited about our great "gma" car giveaway. it's your chance to win one, not one, not two, but three brand-new mazdas. to get the keys to a new car you have to watch the show carefully this morning. you need to listen for this sound. [ tires squeal and horn beeps ] all right. that means there's a clue. >> okay. >> and to see the full contest rules go to on yahoo! you don't want to miss this. >> listen closely. watch closely. right now, we're going to begin, with a major settlement in the league battle of a deadly car crash that took the lives of two girls who had been tailgating outside of the new england patriots stadium
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before a concert in boston. they claim that the police failed to watch people fn underage drinking at the tailgating. abc's linsey davis is here with the story. good morning, linsey. >> reporter: good morning, george. there were a lot of differing opinions about whether a suit like this should even be heard by a jury. but the attorney for one family argued gillette stadium and the owner of the patriots are just as responsible for what happened to their daughter as if they had sold her the alcohol directly. a grieving family, taking the companies that oversee parking and security at new england's gillette stadium to court, for not regulating underaged drinking at a tailgating party on their premises. but on monday -- just moments before the trial was set to begin -- >> the matter has been resolved, your honor. yes. >> reporter: robert kraft, the owner of the new england patriots and gillette stadium, and the family of debra davis reached a settlement. davis was killed in a drunk driving crash. her friend, alexa latteo, was behind the wheel and also
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killed. >> we're happy it's come to a close. however, you know, it's been five long years. >> reporter: mary ann davis has fought have to her day in court. all along, she maintained that the kraft group and gillette stadium should be held accountable for the death of her daughter. >> debra was a good, young lady. she made a bad choice. >> reporter: davis and litteo's friend, nina houlihan, was also riding in the vehicle and was the only survivor of the crash. >> we were drinking and partying all day. >> reporter: the underaged girls, seen here in this video, had spent several hours drinking alcohol they brought to a tailgate party outside of gillette stadium. they paid admission to park at the stadium but did not attend the country music fest event inside. under the terms of the agreement, the family will get an undisclosed financial settlement. the defendants didn't admit any wrong doing. their goal is that safety measures will be put in place in future musical festivals.
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>> don't want to see another parent go through the hurt and suffering that my wife and i have. >> reporter: no word on an amount or the measures that the davis family finally settled on. lawyers for kraft would not comment at all about the settlement. >> ox -- okay, thanks, linsey. dan abrams, our chief legal affairs anchor. such a tough case. but the patriots did not serve the liquor. the accident didn't happen on-site. >> and they didn't have tickets to the festival. >> yet they still settled. >> that's right. look, this was a tough case. the reason they ended up settling was because the judge let this go to trial at all. there's no questions that the kraft family was hoping the judge was going to throw it out. the minute the judge let it go to trial, the argument there was, they knew there was drinking going on in the parking lots. they had been warned about it. there was no oversight, no supervision, et cetera. but the minute that judge rules, i'm going to let it go to trial, you're risking sympathy on the part of the jurors.
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the jurors are going to feel bad and feel horrible about the tragedy that occurred and say, somebody ought to pay for that. that's the concern. that's the reason for a settlement. but i'll tell you, this was not a strong legal case. >> what is the law here? >> look, it depends on how you view it. there's a case in massachusetts where a family had a home. they weren't home at the time. kids and others had a party at their home. they didn't know about it. the question is, should they be liable? the highest court in massachusetts ruled they should not. but there's no question, if you're serving, for example, alcohol at your home or at a place, or at a stadium, you can be responsible for what happens afterwards. what makes this case different is, they weren't serving. this was a parking lot. these kids brought their own booze. so, it was a long shot case that i think the judge probably should have thrown out from the beginning. but the minute it went to a jury, the kraft family was in a tough spot. >> so does this settlement set a precedent?
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>> the settlement doesn't. but if the case gone to trial, it could have. now to the dramatic rescue caught on tape. a kayaker trapped between two rocks. pinned undera waterfall. his friends racing to free him. abc's john muller has that story for us. >> reporter: a seemingly normal day on the water took a potentially deadly turn for experienced kayaker mark hardingham on saturday. seen here on this video, 56-year-old hardingham and his friends are paddling in the river about three hours outside of london. an area listed as one of the most difficult rivers to kayak in england, when suddenly, mark's kayak got stuck between two rocks. hardingham and his kayak were vertically pinned under a ranling waterfall. his body trapped and head held underwater. his friends waste no time, springing into action. racing to free hardingham.
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they abandoned their kayaks. they use ropes to harness him, allowing him to gasp for air. then, pulling hardingham to safety. >> we're extreme kayakers. things do happen. we make sure we're surrounded around good mates to be able to deal with those situations. as you can see from the video, i had an expert team. >> i've got him. >> reporter: after a few tense moments, he climbs up on to a rock. and he gets by with a little help from his friends. >> and i hope my wife doesn't find out about it. >> reporter: for "good morning america," john muller, abc news, new york. >> that was amazing video to see. so glad he is okay. his friends were there to bail him out. let's get another check of the -- sam, looking behind you. we see ft. lauderdale, 81, thank you. >> you don't have to look at the graphics yet. look at this. take a look at in this morning. good morning, broward county. here's the strong area of high pressure in the northeast. what it's doing from the coast. and take that from ft. lauderdale north to the carolinas and the south carolina shore. it has the waves kicking up. the palm beach area getting
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about ten-foot waves. ft. lauderdale, 81 degrees, though. 81. >> it's cloudy, though. it was cloudy. >> yes, whatever. >> it's cloudy, but it's 81. new orleans, 75. birmingham, 70 degrees. now, the northern low. as the cold front swings in, it's not only responsible for the snow that we showed you at the top of the show, but all of this. this is very heavy rain. wichita, oklahoma city, all the way to dallas. central texas and austin -- i know austin is trying to get itself together after the terrible flooding. you're not in the heaviest pocket of rain. a quick look at the big board. that's the line of snow. and it's rain every place else. might have noticed, l.a. about 71. we'll talk more about the southwest in the next half h
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last ten months. >> reporter: with her early adventures in the so-called cult long behind her, pfeiffer says she's now a practicing vegan. one who still has the power to leave us all breathless. for "good morning america," paula faris, abc news, new york. >> i'm glad she's okay. >> love her. >> are you filling up? >> the works. coming up, everybody. >> lara, can you pass the sunlight? >> an interview you don't want to miss. robin had the chance to go one on one with shania twain. >> awesome. can't wait for that. also, "play of the day." we do this every year. >> what? >> it's halloween. jimmy kimmel exists. >> oh. >> come on back. peacekeeper in . before william hughes fought in vietnam... and john hughes jumped into normandy... and john anderson hughes
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good morning. i'm kristen sze. we have breaking news right now from along highway 101 in marin county where there's been a school bus fire. the fire was put out. the kids are out of the bus and were standing behind the guardrail. no word on how many people were on the bus, if there are any injuries or what caused the bus to catch on fire. your morning commute now with leyla gulen. >> all right. speaking of which let's go to the waldo tunnel where traffic is looking pretty decent right now. we had an earlier patch of slow traffic but looks like it's cleared. northbound 101 at the waldo tunnel it was earlier effected.
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looks good now. mike. a lot of sunshine out there, leyla. temperatures today in the mid to upper 60s along the coast. san francisco, san mateo, low to mid-60s for the rest of us. that will be back in the 40s and 50s, a little cooler than this morning. your accuweather seven-day forecast, the warming trend stops tomorrow. chance of rain on veterans day. mi
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with holiday magic in both parks, the happiest place on earth, just got merrier.
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good morning, america. 8:00 on a tuesday. and do you believe cher on "dancing with the stars." >> i thought it was great. you looked like a pimp. >> and the latest couple bounced from the ballroom. >> brant and peta. >> brant and peta, here live to hang up their shoes. and buckle up. day two of our great car giveaway. we'll give you the second, big clue you need to unlock the door to a new car. time to let her go. pop star avirl lavigne here live, as we say -- >> good morning, america. >> look who is there right now. oh, the sad faces. brant and peta murgatroyd.
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latest couple booted from the ballroom on "dancing with the stars." there it is. hanging up those dancing shoes. >> sorry to see them go. >> we are sorry to see them go. great couple. a lot of great moves on the dance floor. and they traveled all night long. >> and they bounce back. oh, i like that move. also ahead, so many young women making money donating their eggs to total strangers. so they can have babies. but are they putting their own health at risk? >> i guess we'll find out this morning. also, shania twain, back in the spotlight after a decade of taking a little time off. a big vegas concert. guess who is behind the scenes finding out everything going on with shania. >> she is putting on a show out there in las vegas' caesar's palace. this is a little snippet to get everybody ready for the big show night tonight.
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the big show is tomorrow. >> love the cmas. looking forward to that. and we're so excited about this. our great "gma" car giveaway. it's your chance to win one of three great, new mazdas. and to get the keys to a new car, that's exactly right. you need to watch the show super carefully. you want to listen for this sound. that will be a clue. when you hear that sound, that means there's a clue. and go to the full contest rules, please. go to on yahoo! a chance for a shiny, red car. >> you have to pay a lot of attention. let's get news from josh. >> we're going to begin with the terrifying ordeal overnight, at one of the biggest malls at the country. cell phone video shows the moment when shoppers learned that a gunman was on the loose. 20-year-old richard shoop, you see him here, fired at least six shots, using a rifle he had stolen from his brother. police locked down the mall for hours.
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with hundreds of people hiding inside. shoop later took his own life. no one else, thankfully, was injured. investigators say shoop had a drug problem and used the highly potent form of ecstasy, known as molly. and dramatic video of a fire breaking out at the airport in montreal. forcing the emergency evacuation of a plane that just landed from morocco. the fire you see there, broke out on a conveyor cart as crews were unloading the luggage. and the fbi is searching for a mississippi family who mysteriously vanished on a road trip. 7-year-old jaidon hill, the young boy in the middle, last seen friday with his mother, atira, and stepfather. police found the family's suv overturned in a ditch. they believe it was intentionally set on fire. the mother's work i.d. and blood-stained clothes were found in a dumpster some 30 miles away.
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but police so far have no explanation. and a distressed killer whale is back in the open water, thanks to two fishermen, you see them here, who refused to give up on the young guy or gal. they kept the orca calm. as you can see here, wet, after it had become stuck on a rock in alaska while trying to catch a seal. other whales hovered nearby, keeping a close watch, until the whale that was stuck maneuvered enough to swim free. kmart upping the ante in the battle for holiday shoppers. it will open at 6:00 a.m. on thanksgiving day and stay open for 41-consecutive hours. great news for kmart employees, i'm sure. and finally, it's time to concede one to the machines. a robot built in japan, so good and fast at rock, paper scissors, it wins every, single time.
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technically, the robot cheats. the rules say you have to guess what your opponent is going to do. the robot reacts to the human gesture. predicting your next move in 1/1,000th of a second. i think we as humans should enjoy our last 10, 15 years in charge of the earth. it's all -- >> rock, paper scissors. >> when you've lost rock, paper scissors, it's done. >> forget about chess. >> it doesn't sound fun with a computer. >> you won again. we have "pop news" coming right up. first, we want to get weather. >> we're going to start with good morning, los angeles. and greater l.a. area. and good morning to the civic center. the airport at l.a.x., is about 71. inland areas, about 79 degrees. there's a high fire danger in the area. it's all around the area of high pressure. the wind extends back. there's some wind advisories and watches out, as well. sacramento, doesn't look too bad. there's that area of high pressure that's bringing in the
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cold air into new england and the great lakes. it gets shoved back north. we get another break of the warmer temperatures on the eastern seaboard. and the entire east coast will warm up with those numbers. it's a very mild number for this time of year. new york city, 65 on thursday. boston, 65 on thursday. d.c., 66. that's almost flip-flops. raleigh, 69. 69 qualifies as flip-flop weather. that's my take on it. there's the warming up in the southeast. the heavy rain from texas all the way to where the snow is
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>> weather spotter josh elliott just noticed that the wintry mix in idaho. really, it's oregon that gets a punch from the system with the heavier rain. >> get bonus points for noticing that. here's a look at what's coming up. and first in "pop news," a big headline for drew barrymore. the latest couple booted from the ballroom. they're joining us live. they're taking your questions. tweet us. we may ask your question on the air. and robin is revealing -- you got a revealing one-on-one with shania twain. all that plus avril lavigne. that voice is live. right here on "gma," times square.
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give me a second, pete. go. man's second best friend. brew the love. keurig. cher opened "dancing with the stars" last night. cher singing the lead. the whole cast was out there. the beginning of a fantastic night. we'll have more about that in just a second. first, let's get "pop news" from lara. >> we begin this morning with drew barrymore. she showed up at an event in
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l.a. this weekend, honoring martin scorsese. and the long, flowing dress had people guessing. that maybe something was cooking. not me. >> a dress, really? >> it's true. they've confirmed that they are expecting their second child. drew, we wish you congratulations. she's been saying she was hoping for a second baby very, very much. she did not want olive to be an only child. they will have their hands full. olive is only 13 months old. that's pretty quick. congrats to both of you guys. >> i really like -- go ahead, lara. simon and garfunkel. you fans know nothing is better than the harmonizing between those legends. if you can't get that, how about simon and sting? the two are teaming up for a north american megatour, starting in february. they're expected to perform their hits alone and as a duo.
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they say it happened organically. they were performing for a charity event. they were surprised how well it went. sting has said, i really don't have a clue how it will all actually pan out. that's part of the fun. >> that's fun. >> that's going to be -- >> i totally -- >> i'm there, too. >> that's fantastic. finally, everybody. it's tuesday. duh. time for cats in tights. i said it. it's tuesday. welcome to a world where people imagine their cats in tutus with long legs and socks on. and you have an idea what you'll find on the internet when you're bored. on tumblr, this trend was started by gucci, the cat. it's gone viral the last couple days. with other cat owners posting their own pics of cats in tights. and we say to you, that's a tuesday. >> that's great. >> a growing trend, you say? >> it will be there by next
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tuesday. >> hours and hours of productivity, we just saw. >> thank you, lara. a big monday nig on "dancing with the stars." boy, it was owned by cher. electrifying the show. singing, dancing, judging. all topped by one more big surprise at the end of the night. brant daugherty and peta murgatroyd sent home. ♪ this week, dancing was all about cher. ♪ do you believe >> reporter: with her son, chaz, cheering from the stands, she judged from len goodman's seat. and she had no trouble fitting in. >> if he's invading your personal space, you let us know. >> all right. >> i'll just knee him. >> reporter: each star set their dance to one of cher's greatest hits. ♪ if i could turn back time >> reporter: amber riley topping the leaderboard with her rumba
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to "if i could turn back time." ♪ i got you, babe >> reporter: leah remini, tugging at cher's heart strings with "i got you, babe" and her viennese waltz. >> i was enthralled. it was beautiful and it was very sweet. >> reporter: and this week, another shocking finish. the competition down to six couples. >> you read what's in the teleprompter now. >> reporter: bill engvall saved but viewer votes, despite being at the bottom of the leaderboard. that sent brant daugherty packing. >> i learned something i never thought i would learn in my life. i learned a lot about myself. and i'm very grateful for the opportunity. >> reporter: so, what does cher think about her night? >> when something is easy and you're laughing, in my part of the world, i call it fun. >> here they are now. we're joined by brant and peta right now. "dancing with the stars."
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>> good morning. >> you look great. >> hello. >> hi. >> congratulations. >> didn't mean to make you get up. >> how are you? >> congratulations. >> i'm kind of bummed to see you. i'm really sorry. >> oh, come on. >> i agree. >> we do agree. >> there's a twitter question from barbara. she wanted to know, how awesome was it to be in the same room as cher? >> it was a legend. it was an honor to have her critique us. >> how was she? >> she was great. >> pretty sweet to you. she said star quality. >> i'll take that. she wants to hire me, i'm apparently available. >> you're joking about it. but you -- there were tears last night.
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>> yeah. it really got to me. we're all a family over there. >> you put so much into it. how many hours are you spending at this point? >> five hours every day. >> and this week, "pretty little liars" taking some of your time. do you feel where the differences were so slight, did that play a part in preparation this week? did it take too much? >> i don't think so. it was one of the busiest weeks of my life, that's for sure. we scored 27. i don't know what a couple more points had done for us. i think the audience decided it was our time to go. >> at this point, everybody's good. >> so much heart. i love that guy. >> i know where you're going. >> there's no two better sets of teeth on the planet.
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look at these two. you guys are gorgeous. look at that. >> thank you for setting me up. we want to talk about the kiss that launched 1,000 rumors. did you think that everybody would start to wonder if you two were more than just dancing partners? >> absolutely. it happens every season, with me. >> she warned me before we started. >> i did. >> just prepare yourself. >> that kiss outside in the parking lot, that was not really meant to be because we totally went for the same cheek. >> oh. >> i can assure you. >> we would have done it, it would have been much hotter. >> you had so much chemistry on the floor. but we hear this time and time again, the bond that everyone has. are you going to stay in touch? >> absolutely. he's great. i hope we do. >> it's going to be weird not seeing you five hours every day.
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>> we learned so much about cher, that her favorite decade was the '80s. what was your favorite moment with her? >> it had to be when she grabbed the first paddle. >> yes. >> we lost it laughing. >> a loss right there. >> and she gave us a complement, of course. >> absolutely. you guys were great sports. >> can we show you a picture? i guess when you guys were little. do we have those pictures? >> oh. >> hold on. here they come. and -- >> oh, yeah. >> there's a precious little brant. >> very dapper young child. >> and then, we -- and look at that little baby. >> less dapper there. >> hard to imagine that dancing would become such a big part of your life. it meant a lot to you so long. >> if you would have asked me four months ago, i would have laughed at you. i never thought i would be a dancer. i never thought i would have
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this opportunity. and she's turned me into a dancer. >> i dare say she has. >> just fantastic. great to see you. next monday at 8:00, 7:00 here on abc. we're just one day away from country music's biggest party, the cma awards. tomorrow night in nashville. this morning, we're counting down with shania twain. she's back in the spotlight. after about ten years. and i had the pleasure. it was a pleasure to sit down with her where she opened up about everything from bouncing back after her painful divorce to turning her current gig into a real family affair. ♪ ♪ i'm going crazy >> reporter: watching shania twain take over a las vegas stage, you wouldn't know that the superstar has been away from the spotlight for nearly a decade. ♪ i feel like a woman ♪ >> reporter: she's in the middle of a two-year run of a flashy
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stage show at caesar's palace. and has seemingly the whole family in on the act. your husband is taking pictures. your son is pulling people out of the audience. your sister is part of the group of packup singers. >> i love my baby sister. >> reporter: does that make the experience more pleasurable for you having the family involved? >> a big part of why i decided to get back up on the stage again, knowing that i was going to be able to have that support around me. when i came here on this stage, you look around. i'm like -- it's so huge. what am i going to do with myself on the stage? we're going to cover the stage. now that i'm here, there's not enough stage. this isn't anything enough for me. i'm going out there. >> reporter: shania and her family live in the casino hotel. this is where you live. >> this is where i live. >> reporter: a lavish, private, top floor suite.
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because this mom of a 12-year-old has returned to performing, does not mean she's shirking her duties on the home front. >> look at my kitchen. >> reporter: the kitchen. >> i cook. i love to cook. i cook all our meals here. i'll cook it in the afternoon. and i bring it downstairs in a bag. i feed everybody downstairs in the dressing room. >> that's a different kind of way of brown bagging it. >> it is exactly that. >> reporter: shania is newly remarried to a french executive. five years ago, her first marriage ended. her ex-husband says they simply grew apart. but she says she discovered her husband was having an affair with her best friend. how do you move on from that? how do you keep going? >> well, every step and grip up that you take in your life to move forward to move up, to grow. there's always somebody tugging at your ankle and trying to rip you down. you know, the divorce, and the betrayal and all that.
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just one more thing trying to stand in my way. >> reporter: that was a big thing. >> those things bring out a lot -- they bring out the deepest grief and the deepest feeling of disappointment, anger. you know, like death. death does that. all these things that scare the [ bleep ] out of you. >> reporter: these days shania seems to be putting the tragedies of the past behind her. she says she's working on music for an upcoming album. and truly enjoying her return to the stage. and her new legion of fans. she puts on a show there. >> and a big white horse. >> horses come out. she comes in on a motorcycle. >> wow. >> it is a full-on production. and she just signed up again. she'll be there through 2014. i really cannot wait to share more of the interview. i asked her point-blank, have you forgiven your ex-husband?
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wait until you hear what she has to say about that. >> thank you so much. >> it wasn't a simple yes. >> it wasn't a simple yes or no. but her husband -- i love how she calls him fred. it's frederique, but she calls him fred. they're so loving together. we have so many incredible country stars to share with you tonight. jason aldean, luke bryan. be sure to watch "20/20" "in the spotlight" tonight, countdown to the cma awards. 10:00 eastern. i'm heading to nashville after the show. we're going to have luke bryan. luke bryan live tomorrow morning. that will get you going. cmas tomorrow night, right here on abc. looking forward to that. coming up here, chris hemsworth is here. plus, we hear from avril lavigne. she'll be performing live. >> there he is. >> you got your thor. everybody else has avril. everybody wins. >> angie, there you go. thor, coming up.
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good morning. i'm kristen sze. we have breaking news from marin county along southbound 101 where there's been a school bus fire. it happened about an hour ago near the north end of the waldo tunnel. the fire is out now and involves a catholic school bus with dozens of kids on board. these are shot from sky 7 hd moments ago. the youngsters were standing behind a guardrail waiting for another bus to pick them up while a tow truck is there to take their bus away. the kids appear to be okay. no word what caused the bus to catch on fire. other problems on the roadways. here's leyla gulen. all right. as we take back to the waldo tunnel you can see how traffic is really not affected at this hour. pretty clear conditions both in the north and southbound directions. as we take you right into walnut park graton casino open today at
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10:00 a.m. do expect heavy delays on north and southbound sides of shot nes is this flu shot necessary? it keeps you healthy during flu season. but does it hurt? nah. plus you get a really sweet bandaid! anything else i should know? here's a thought, try scoring more points on the other team. okay.
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even a warrior can get sick. kaiser permanente reminds you to get your flu shot this season. so before the first sneeze help protect with a spray before the first tissue help defend with a wipe. and help prevent with lysol to get 10x more protection with each hand wash and kill 99.9% of germs around the house. this season, go beyond cleaning to help protect your family with lysol. start healthing. good morning. only a few areas still in the 40s, concord at 48, santa rosa 49. sunshine elsewhere and low to mid-50s. livermore the warm spot about 59 degrees. golden gate bridge this morning, a lot of sunshine there. we'll use this as a backdrop and talk about temperatures one to eight degrees above average.
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in fact, here's a quick look at those temperatures. mid to upper 60s along th [ cheers and applause ] ♪ hey, hey, you, you i don't like your girlfriend ♪ ♪ no way you need a new one ♪ ♪ hey, hey, you, you i don't think you like me ♪ ♪ i don't think it's a secret i want to be your girlfriend ♪ that's the name of her brand-new album out today.
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she's here live. looking forward to that. >> also, those who recognize, especially with those recognized, robin roberts, accepting a great award last night. the double helix award. robin, the cold spring harbor laboratory on long island, dedication to a very worthy cause. >> the other recipients right there, barry and peter. they're with the innocence project. the laboratory out in long island, extraordinary work that they're doing, cutting edge. really making a difference when it comes to cancer, autism, genetic disorders. i was so dumb, around all these scientists and great people. >> and in the project, people who have served long prison terms for primes they didn't commit. >> there's a gentleman there who was released after 20 years.
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i thank them very much. >> we somewhere a lot to get to. let's not pretend that thor has been sitting right there. one of the most anticipated films in the history of the medium. hello, chris hemsworth. "thor: the dark world." right here, right now, the man who plays the norse god of thunder. great to be with you. >> thanks for having me. >> on a third go around with this character. you booted up the franchise. and avengers, you destroy this great city we're in now. but you're back for a third go. what do you like most now about a character you kind of know well now? >> coming back the third time, you have a familiarity with the character. with the story. with each of the cast. and we didn't spend time getting to know one another. we just dove right into it. the action and drama. taking it to the next level. and each time, we've been lucky
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enough to top that. >> i know you approached the character differently. especially in the battle scenes. >> the thing does advance your skill set. a little more wire gags and special effects. so, he's upped the level of his battle skills. >> there's a self-awareness to him, as well. i want to show you a clip. your brother, loki, you're asking him for help. of course, that comes at quite a price. take a look. >> we stood with each other in the past. i did so with a glimmer of hope that my brother was still in there somewhere. and hope no longer exists to protect you. you betray me, and i will kill you. >> when do we start? >> perfect. you two light up the screen.
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it's great chemistry you have as actors. the two characters, a sibling dynamic rivalry here ramped up to a whole new level. >> i have brothers and tom has sisters. this is going to feel like when we were kids bickering. the issue is much larger than before, it's essentially the same thing. that love/hate disagreement. and plenty of others. >> and you were shooting "rush." you put -- we make a lot of actors putting on weight, taking off weight. but, boy, there is a real difference in the two. look at this. there you are, norse god of thunder on the right. and then, a race car driver on the left. how is that? to get up and back down for two roles consecutive? >> both are kind of extremes. "thor" was lots of time in the gym. and that character was basically run every day and eat, you know,
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very minimal amount of calories. i'd much rather put the weight on. a lot better mood. >> it has to be better. it looks great. everybody, chris hemsworth is here. seriously great. "thor: the dark world" opens nationwide on friday. sam, i would say, i drew the long straw today. >> and not only that, but i knew it was november 8th because he has the biggest billboard in times square, right there. turn around and show that giant billboard that says "thor." >> real quick, sam. chris, what is it like to see yourself three stories tall in times square? >> it's incredibly change. never gets old. >> that's how i knew all about that. by the way, we have something special for you, as well. a sneak peek at abc's new hit series. everybody's watching it. "marvel agents of s.h.i.e.l.d." a look at what goes on tonight. >> this piece of paper is telling me that everything's fine. but i don't feel fine.
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i feel different. >> take off your shirt. >> excuse me? >> unbutton it. whether it was 8 seconds or 40, you died. there's no way you can go through a trauma like that and not come out changed. >> do not miss "marvel agents of s.h.i.e.l.d." at 8:00, 7:00 central. here on abc. what's your name? >> cali. >> how are you? >> how about we get to weather for the folks here. we're going to start with your twitter and facebook pictures. a shot from amarillo. and sedona, arizona. into the northwest, we haven't talked about this yet. we talk about this area of low pressure that moves in. it's another one. but this one is more focused for
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oregon. and not so much for washington state, and northern california. although, they will both get rain in this. the heaviest rain in oregon. and there's the other low pressure responsible for the snow in northern areas and the rain down into texas. that's the system to >> that weather was brought to you by keurig, by the way. former president jimmy carter is here with george. and also, avril lavigne. and look at that, wh
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what a privilege it is to welcome jimmy carter back to "gma." no former president has served longer out of office or made such a mark against some of the world's intractable problems. mr. president, welcome. >> thank you, george. >> you look terrific. what is your secret? >> i work hard. and i do what my wife tells me. >> and i love the motto of the carter center. waging peace, fighting disease, and building hope. you put so much effort into fighting other people neglect, the so-called orphan diseases. >> and the one that we're close to e rad dating. we started out with 2.5 million cases and 26,000 villages and countries. and they're down, the last count i have, is 126 cases in the whole world. >> so close. we were speaking several years ago. you were close then, as well. the last few are always the hardest. >> well, south sudan has been at
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war for a long time. that's where there's many cases. we had an 80% reduction this year compared to last year in sudan. >> and making major progress with blindness. >> pfizer deals with glaucoma. they give us a free antibiotic. and we treat people with one dose every year. and now, we've treated more than 20 million people every year. thanks to pfizer, in order to get rid of this disease, as well. >> you think of zythromax, our kids take it all the time. it's readily available. but hard to get to these areas. >> well, it's the most poverty-stricken people in the world. and lions clubs help us pay for getting the medicines there. we know how to do away with it, as well. and this is on a target to be eradicated from the face of the earth, in the next few years.
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>> you've also been outspoken with the challenges here at home. i was struck by something you said a couple weeks ago. you said, our democracy is not working. >> well, it's not. it's very discouraging to me to see the constant conflict in washington and the lack of cooperation on things everybody know would be better for our country. the incompatibility of democrats to work with republicans and for congress to work with the president. most of this has been caused by the massive infusion of money into the political campaign process. different from when i was running. >> billions more. >> you know how much general ford and i raised to run against eef other? >> i've forgotten? >> we didn't raise a penny. we had $2 per person. now, if you can't raise a couple hundred million -- >> a billion dollar last time.
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>> i know. >> you've done so much since you left office. seen so much. experienced so much. of everything that you learned, what do you wish you would have known then in office? >> what i've done since i left office is able to go into the remote villages and the jungle and the desert, to get no know people that are the most poverty-stricken on earth. i found to my surprise, that these people are just as intelligent as i am, just as hard-working and ambitious. and their family is just as dedicated as mine. it was underestimated and need a chance to correct the problems that inflict their own lives. we go into the village and work side-by-side with the people. and we let them correct the problems that have afflicted them. >> you have created a model for former presidents. have you been able to give advice to president obama, what he thinks about afterwards? >> i think he's not thinking about afterwards yet. >> he'll be calling you soon, i'm sure. mr. president, thank you for your time this morning.
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we are thrilled to be joined by one of the world's most successful recording artists, avr avril lavigne. 15 million singles worldwide. today, she's releasing her fifth studio album. "avril lavigne." it ee's number one in 15 countr. she's going to perform her hit single, "let me go." you have new music. a new husband. life is good. >> yeah, it's really exciting. >> it's amazing to have my fifth record out. and to see you guys, all the fans, so cool. >> this new music is wonderful. and your husband, chad, you collaborated with this. you're not supposed to mix
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business with pleasure. but you fell in love. and now, you're married. i think it worked out all the way around. >> i like the break the rules. >> tell us about the new music. >> this song is a single called "let me go. "it's my first duet. my first song in the studio. now, we're together. so, it's kind of cool because he's out with me on stage probably on tour and stuff like that. >> not going to be with nickelback. congratulations to you both and to everyone. and we have been looking forward to this moment. here to perform the latest single off her brand-new album. we showed you the premiere of the video a few weeks ago. this is avril lavigne and "let me go."
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♪ love that once hung on the wall ♪ ♪ it used to mean something but now, it means nothing ♪ ♪ the echoes are gone in the hall ♪ ♪ but i still remember the pain of december ♪ ♪ oh, there isn't one thing left you could say ♪ ♪ i'm sorry it's too late ♪ ♪ i'm breaking free from these memories ♪ ♪ gotta let it go just let it go ♪ ♪ i've said good-bye set it all on fire ♪ ♪ gotta let it go just let it go ♪
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♪ you came back to find i was gone ♪ ♪ and that place is empty like the hole that was left in me ♪ ♪ like we were nothing at all it's not what you meant to me ♪ ♪ i thought we were meant to be ♪ ♪ oh, there isn't one thing left you could say ♪ ♪ i'm sorry it's too late ♪ ♪ i'm breaking free from the memories ♪ ♪ ♪ gotta let it go let it go ♪ ♪ i've said good-bye set it all on fire ♪ ♪ gotta let it go just let it go ♪ ♪ i let it go and now i know ♪
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♪ a brand-new life is down the road ♪ ♪ and when it's right you always know ♪ ♪ so this time i won't let go ♪ ♪ there's only one thing left here to say ♪ ♪ love's never too late ♪ i've broken free from those memories ♪ ♪ i've let it go i've let it go ♪ ♪ and two good-byes led to this new life ♪ ♪ don't let me go don't let me go ♪ ♪ oh, oh ♪ don't let me go oh, oh ♪ ♪ don't let me go don't let me go ♪ ♪ don't let me go don't let me go ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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it is wonderful to have avril lavigne with us this morning. beautiful. the new album is out today. >> great. >> and you're going to nashville 23r the cmas, on your way.
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good morning. i'm kristen sze. it looks like we'll have a couple warmer days ahead before things start to cool down. let's talk to meteorologist mike nicco about the forecast. one of those days is today as it was yesterday. we keep building that mid to upper 60s along the coast and san francisco and san mateo, santa cruz low to mid-70s for the rest of us. i think it will be a little cooler tonight. temperatures mainly in the 40s to 50 around oakland, richmond, san francisco. accuweather seven-day forecast, warmestocoolest veterans day monday with a chance of rain, leyla. two overturned big rigs just before you get to oakland if you're heading through the caldecott tunnel we have major
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backups. one overturned big rig. and a sigalert in san francisco, another overturned big rig blocking announcer: it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, star of "thor: the dark world," chris hemsworth. and from the boston red sox world series champion, m.v.p. david ortiz. and performing their latest hit, "we own the night," the wanted. and a look at kelly's morning. all next on "live." now, here with kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪


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