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good morning, america. this morning, mall brawl. violence breaking out at stores across america, as shoppers battle to get those early holiday bargains. pushing and shoving their way into the shops. police, out in force right now, trying to control the crowd. we're going to show you the incredible video. a dragout door-buster fight. smooth criminals. take a look at this thief taking over a high-end jewelry store as he made a record-breaking haul that has baffled police. is there a new clue in this video that could crack the crime? and one father's fight. the medical mystery that would have cost him his precious daughter. we're going to take you inside his battle to keep his family together.
♪ and country superstars florida georgia line is here, performing their new hit. and making a special announcement, only on "good morning america." hey, good morning. no. this is not an optical illusion. it is not the weekend yet. but the weekend crew is in full effect. thank you. thank you. we are giving robin, george, josh, lara and sam a well-deserved day off. i'm dan harris, alongside bianna golodryga, ron claiborne, ginger zee and sara haines. >> what a turkey day it was yesterday. and of course, it's a busy
morning today. one of the biggest shopping days of the year. in fact, welcome to black friday. tens of millions of americans will be hitting the malls today. and the rush is already on this morning. americans are expected to spend about 11% more this year than last year. >> that's good to hear. you're looking at a busy best buy. shoppers door-busting at these early hours. it's a scene playing out across america. coming up, we're going to help you strategize on the best deals on this black friday. >> we have some best tips for you. america's bender of consumerism has turned ugly in a few spots. police making arrests. there's fights over these door-busters out there, dan. >> a bender there. let's kick off our coverage. we do have team coverage. we have becky worley in san francisco, looking at the deals. but we're going to start with abc's rebecca jarvis at the best buy here in new york city. happy black friday to you. >> reporter: happy black friday, dan. nice to see you. i think it's safe to say that thanksgiving thursday is the new black friday. here at best buy, they opened
their doors at 6:00 p.m. had people around the block, waiting to get in. and it was the same scene at stores around the country. 'tis the season. to be not so jolly. around the nation, wild scenes, as frantic customers were determined to snatch up some of those jaw-dropping thanksgiving thursday deals. watch the man in orange, as he wrestles his way through a crowd at a north carolina walmart. another unruly shopper, tackled by police. bullets flew outside this kohl's in illinois. multiple injuries reported after an alleged holiday robbery ended in a shoot-out. a brawl broke out in this california walmart parking lot, where more than 3,000 people were waiting to get in. and in southeast texas, an altercation over electronics. >> it was a big, old brawl. i guess they got kicked out and
they didn't get a tv anyway. >> reporter: but from coast-to-coast, most scenes were just eager shoppers, enjoying early store openings and a frenzy of big-time savings. >> this is perfect. 100 pieces for 10 bucks, you can't beat that. >> reporter: early bird k-mart customers flooding in at 6:00 a.m. thanksgiving day. at the 5:00 p.m. opening of toys "r" us in new york city, checkout lines were packed in five minutes. 8:00 p.m. shoppers swarmed jcpenney. and this was the scene at macy's. doors and wallets opening wide on black friday eve. several walmart stores, hitting their peak capacity. further agitating those enthusiastic shoppers. and no issues here at best buy to report. they've had to send people in and out in waves. that's how busy things have been this morning. the big sellers are the tablets. those ipads. those flat-screen televisions. those, bianna, are the big, big door-buster deals that
everybody's been walking out with today. >> all of those hot electronics. rebecca, thank you. of course, you don't have to brave the crowds or the cold to get great deals. there are plenty of bargains just a keyboard click or two away. my kind of talk. becky worley is live via skype from oakland, california. we woke you up at 4:00 a.m. your time just to get the three best deals online right now. thank you. you're such a trooper. take it away. >> i'm feeling solidarity with my other shoppers up early. let's get to the deals. especially in a few different categories. let's start with phones. specifically android phones. htc one. last week, it was $199. in the lead up to black friday, it dropped to $49. and it's just a penny today on amazon. two a two-year contract.
let's move over to laptops. depending on what configuration you want, there are great deals. a good example of that is a toshiba satellite 15-inch model. this is 750 gigabyte hard drive, which is big, and most recent chip set. it's $324, plus free shipping. it's being sold in a know value way, it's being sold by toshiba on ebay through their toshiba ebay account. there are many today, especially on clothing. let's get right to it. aerop aerop aeropostale, 60% off. blue fry, $200 after $40 spent.
gap, 40% off. piperlime, 40% off. i'll be tweeting these deals all day. @bworley on twitter. bianna? >> you had me at sale. thank you so much. to see the full list of online deals, go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! dan? >> all right. becky worley, deal central. now, to a big deadline looming tomorrow for obama care. the administration is promising, starting saturday, people will see big improvements in the thus-far disastrous healthcare.gov website. big stakes in this race against time, for the president and for the millions who need health insurance. and abc's jim avila is following it all in washington. jim, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan. of course, many would say that the ailing website, healthcare.gov, had nowhere to go but up. still, it was a bit of a gamble for the white house to say it would all be fixed by tomorrow. so, how are they doing? they promised. >> we will have it fully functioning by the end of november. >> reporter: under oath, in front of congress.
>> it will take until the end of november for an optimally functioning website. >> reporter: from the top, where the buck stops. >> by the end of this month, we anticipate that it is going to be working the way it is supposed to, all right? >> reporter: we heard the apology. >> we did fumble the ball on it. and what i'm going to do is make sure that we get it fixed. >> reporter: and here we are, reckoning day. did the white house manage to fix the problem, which has helped shrink obama's approval rating down to 42%? >> there's been some significant improvements. >> reporter: so, for the user, what can he or she expect now that they've had this time to fix? >> i think that they can expect to have a lot less issues and errors with their user experience. >> reporter: we asked independent i.t. consultant brian loughlin to go over the repaired site with us. he's been monitoring the reconstruction of healthcare.gov. and now, he's showing us the progress that's been made. that seems like a critique of the content of the website,
rather than its functionality. whether or not, i mean, you were just clicking through here. >> yep. >> reporter: it didn't freeze. >> absolutely. >> reporter: and it didn't shut down. >> it is functional. it absolutely is functional. and it performed reasonably well. absolutely. >> reporter: and that's a big improvement over what it was doing in october. >> absolutely. >> reporter: in fact, in october, it took about eight seconds to click through a page. now, it's down to about a half-second. so, there's been big improvement. we'll see how it goes by saturday. dan? >> this is a huge weekend for the obama administration. >> we'll see if that improvement is good enough for the american people. >> absolutely. all right, time for the morning's other top stories. we go over to ron claiborne. good morning, everyone. we begin with breaking news. a massive explosion overnight after a gas pipeline ruptured in missouri. the blast was so intense, the flames lit up the sky. and it could be heard from miles away. the flames spread to a nearby farm, destroying several out buildings. the fire is mostly under
control. and amazingly, there's no reports of any injuries. china is now responding in a big way about a territorial dispute in the east china sea. today, china sent fighter jets over the island chain that both it and japan claims as theirs. just days after the u.s. sent b-52 bombers, unarmed, into the region. vice president biden will discuss the matter with the chinese when he visits that country next week. and, well, so much for the so-called comet of the century. ison went behind the sun yesterday. and well, it hasn't been seen ever since. the close encounter apparently melted the comet or broke it up. astronomers believe they are seeing a streak of light that may be a piece. ison's trip to the sun only took 5 1/2 million years. and back here on earth, brooklyn nets coach jason kidd is being fined 50,000 bucks by the nba for spilling his drink on to the floor during a game.
the league said kidd intentionally spilled that drink to delay a game. that was done with eight seconds left in a close game and the nets out of timeouts. we told you yesterday, while the spill was being cleaned up, the nets had a chance to draw up a play to try to tie that game with a three-pointer. didn't work. they lost anyway. and finally, an oregon family is celebrating the birth of baby emma on thanksgiving eve. and what a way to come into the world. emma was in such a hurry, her quick-thinking grandma pulled over to the shoulder of busy interstate 5, near medford, oregon. threw down a blanket. and mom delivered emma. all are doing fine. her dad is already nicknaming her, check this one out, i-5. >> yeah. >> it could be worse. you could be nicknamed l.i.e. >> expressway. >> you don't want that. i-5's not bad. >> had to arrive before black friday. emma knows what she's doing. congratulations to them.
we're going to turn, now, to the stunning video of that record-breaking heist in a luxury jewelry store. it took place on one of the most famous streets in the world during the star-studded cannes film festival. abc's lama hasan has the story. >> reporter: captured on surveillance video, these first images of france's biggest and most brazen robbery. looks like they could be a scene straight out of "the pink panther" movies. watch as the audacious thieves enters the jewelry exhibition at the carlton hotel in july. the same setting as the thriller "to catch a thief." he walks around, brandishing a gun, terrifying the shopkeepers and unarmed security guard, who cower on the ground for cover. swiping $143 million worth of rings, earrings and pendants. placing them in his bag in just 30 seconds. then, casually walking out and escaping, with no struggle and
without being confronted. this morning, french police are still on the hunt for this man, hoping to catch this thief. so, why the french police releasing this dramatic surveillance video now? because they are so desperate to find him. they still have no idea who he is or if he belongs to a gang such as the notorious pink panthers. and the jewels haven't turned up, either. so, the hunt is still on. bianna? >> unbelievable how brazen he is. lama, our thanks to you. $143 million in jewels. that is incredible. we turn over to dan with another story. hey, dan. >> tonight, on a special "20/20," barbara sits down with president and mrs. obama in their only interview together this year. as with all of barbara's interviews, this one is quite revealing. barbara, good morning. >> good morning. now, i see you. good morning. i have been fortunate to interview the president and first lady five, different times.
and i think you'll see that when they're together, they're different. there's an affection and a relaxation that you don't see, you know, when he's addressing the camera during a serious interview. they bring out the best of each other. do you think that the first lady might have made a better president than you? >> of course. that's an easy question. but she's smart enough to know that, you know, she might not want to go through the process. >> i absolutely don't agree. i mean, it takes -- he has a level of patience and focus and tenacity and calm, you know, that -- that just doesn't, you know, come by. >> you don't have that patience? >> i definitely don't. >> so, do you, you know, when everything's quiet late in the
evening, do you nag him and say, honey, why don't you this? that? >> no. no. i try not to do that. i try -- we both try to make sure that home is a sanctuary. particularly because when we're home, our girls are home. and they dominate the conversation when they're there. and they're not talking about issues of the day. they're talking about issues of their day, which has nothing to do with what's going on in the rest of the world. so, you know, everyone has to have their safe haven, a place of peace and calm. you know, that's home for us. so, i try to stay out of his ear. he's got enough people in his ear. >> so interesting. you never see him smile so broadly as when he's with her. did they talk at all about their plans for when they leave the white house, which isn't too far away? >> he's very young. when he leaves the white house, he'll only be 55. he says that he will not ever run again for elective office. i mean, he's not going to end up being governor or mayor of something. and a lot of it depends on
sasha, the younger child. because she will only be a sophomore by the time his term is up. so, the question is, do they stay in washington because of her? and it's something they are thinking about and discussed. or do they take her out of school and go, where? back to chicago? he has a home. he's a very young president. and he has many years ahead. >> many years ahead. you also got a chance to see them with their dogs? >> yeah. everyone's favorite dogs. well, you know, bo is 5 years old, with the white paws and the white chest. and then, they have sonny. sonny is 17 months old. i'm an authority on dogs. she says, she told me that when the president's away, she sleeps with bo. and i asked him about that. he said, no, she never does. and she said, shh. >> so, she does. this is not the first time you've interviewed a president. how many presidents have you interviewed? >> eight. eight presidents. starting with richard nixon.
i mean, some people think that i started with abraham lincoln. but that is a myth. >> no. >> eight different presidents, you see me with nixon. nixon was a very uncomfortable man. and hard to interview and get through to. and when we would sit beforehand, while the crew was getting prepared and he wanted to be sort of light, he would tell off-color jokes to the crew. >> really? >> and to loosen the crew up. and say, hey, i'm one of you because he never really felt that way. >> any other tidbits from the eight presidents you've interviewed in terms of what they're like off-camera? >> george bush liked to have laura bush next to him. he was more comfortable having her next to him. and richard nixon never had pat next to him. >> never? >> no. they were different in the way they behaved. they would tell you how much time you had in advance. bill clinton was always late and could stay forever.
>> this is good stuff. i look forward to watching this tonight. and you look terrific in those glasses. >> at least i can see. >> thank you very much. you can see barbara's special tonight on "20/20," at 10:00, 9:00 central, right here on abc. thanks, barbara. >> thank you, dan. time, now, for the weather. over to ginger. ginger, good morning. >> hey, everybody. it has been cold. that's the headline everywhere. atlanta had their coldest thanksgiving morning in more than a century, since 1911. birmingham, alabama, 18. that was actual air temperatures. a little more moderate. these are windchills. feels like 19 in atlanta. shopping in cincinnati, it's going to feel like 20. 21 detroit. 22, d.c. and 25 here in new york city. you have to go west to be a little more mild. but you're also going to get slightly stormy. yes, i said a little stormy. near los angeles and san diego, some rough surf and rip currents possible. look at the numbers. reno, today, will be drier at 55. palm springs, 62. i'll leave you with a look across the country.
your local forecast coming up in just 30 seconds. and here a look at live doppler radar. a clear start to our week end. a look towards mount diablo, high clouds and morning haze to get us going. our high for today going to be topping out in the mid to upper 60s for much of the bay area. a look at my accuweather
forecast, nice and dry today. come monday, a seg drop in temperatures with a chance of moisture on tuesday into >> more than a foot of lake-effect snow fell in michigan. now, it moves east. parts of new york and pennsylvania, we'll be talking about that in the next half-hour. >> how do you feel about the weather? >> i like snow. >> weather geek. i say that in the most affectionate way. thank you, ginger. and coming up here on "gma," it's a medical mystery. the rare condition that almost cost one dad everything. why police thought it was child abuse. also ahead, the american woman who speaks very little arabic. on the verge of winning. and the high schooler who inspired us all. her night out with katy perry, at one of the biggest parties. and they won big on amas. and today country star florida georgia line is here live. it's black friday. we have great friday deals you
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better pay and new standards. they say they have no choice to try to disrupt wednesday at the port. it's their secretaond protest i week. b.a.r.t. is no longer experiencing delays. there was a delay for a time due to equipment problems. but we do have this accident in vallejo eastbound 37 at columbus parkway, one lane blocked. travel time, golden gate bridge, san mateo bridge and bay bridge everything runni
♪ you're looking at fierce door-busters at macy's in new york city, taking advantage of all those black friday deals. we're going to make your shopping a breeze today, with even more big bargains to tell you about. that's coming up, right here on "good morning america." and leave it to the new york tabloids. "store wars." >> get it? >> i thought i overslept this morning because times square was packed with people at 4:30 in the morning. incredible. still packed right now. this is a great story we've been talking about for weeks. megan squire. here she is with katy perry. the superstar asked her to be her date at the american music
awards. katy was so inspired by megan. the best-looking duo, i must say. we were right there with cameras rolling for all of the excitement. >> great story. also ahead, the medical mystery that nearly tore a family apart. the rare disease and the terrible mistake that almost cost one father everything. and aside from navigating the mall, the principal challenge on what to do today is what to do with the leftovers. this morning, advice from the man himself, emeril lagasse. we start with the mystery that threatened to tear a family apart. reena ninan has the story of a rare genetic condition that led to charges of child abuse. >> reporter: 19-month-old kenly, with her bright eyes and beautiful smile, is the center of her parents' world. but for over a year, that world
was torn apart when andrew huber was arrested for allegedly abusing his daughter. >> it was changing her diaper, like any other day. and i heard her hip pop. >> reporter: the dallas dad rushed kenly, then 3 1/2 months old, to the hospital. >> they came back to say she had multiple fractures and had to do x-rays. >> they found nine fractures throughout her body. >> reporter: but what andrew didn't know, the police had been called. and they suspected him of causing kenly's injuries. >> i went into my police interview just bawling. and they told me halfway through the interview, that kenly's injuries were through the stages of healing. >> reporter: the 31-year-old father was arrested in august of 2012, charged with second-degree injury to a child and ordered to stay away from his daughter. but his wife, bria, suspected that an underlying medical issue
was to blame. >> we never lost hope that there was an answer to this. i never had hurt my daughter in any way. >> reporter: bria took her to ten specialists in different cities, before she was diagnosed with e.d.s., a rare inherited tissue disorder. >> doctors mistake this as child abuse because they're unaware. it's an underdiagnosed disease. >> reporter: just last month, over a year since their ordeal began, the charges against andrew were dropped. and the huber family was reunited. their goal, now, to raise awareness. >> if we can get awareness out, particularly to get doctors educated on it, have a diagnosis. >> if there's one less family that has to go through this because we did, it was worth it. >> reporter: and according to the foundation, there are 1.5 million people worldwide who suffer from this disorder. >> good thing we're bringing it to the forefront.
that poor father thought she was doing the right thing. >> can you imagine? >> i can't. >> thanks, reena. now, to the american woman stealing the show in the middle east version of "america's got talent." her name is jennifer grout. she's from massachusetts. she got to the finals of "arab's got talent." rob nelson is on the story. >> reporter: she is the one of the arab world's hottest shows. wauing judges and audiences, singing in a language she barely knows. >> i speak a bit of moroccan dialect since i've lived here for a while. >> reporter: 23-year-old jennifer grout, who told us via skype from a coffee shop in morocco, that the reaction was mixed at first. >> when i first started playing, i heard a murmur of laughter throughout the audience. but 30 seconds into it, it
changed to appreciation. and it changed to cheering. >> reporter: it was a teacher's friend who con for instanced jennifer to try out for the competition. singing one of the most recognizable songs in the arab world. >> my friend contacted me and told me, it might be a great idea for you to audition for this show. >> reporter: she comes from a family of classically-trained musicians and has been singing since she was 5 years old. >> it's actually normal for me, as a classically-trained singer, to sing in languages that i don't speak fluently. >> reporter: the competition is similar to the american version of the show, with different performers laying it all out for the judges. >> there's so many talented, wonderful people on "arab's got talent." it's such a diverse community. >> reporter: and her message for all of us back home. >> if you want to do something from your heart, you should go ahead and try to do it. >> reporter: for "good morning america," rob nelson, abc news, new york.
>> she has a great voice. >> amazing. you know she's got talent when even ron's impressed. >> bianna's been trying to get me to sing in russian. it's going really well. >> no. let's talk about weather. >> let's talk about the weather. >> let's do that. the snow i promised you. it was not the greatest of thanksgiving in parts of flint, michigan. flint township, actually. along i-75, dozens of accidents reported. the lake-effect was in effect all day yesterday for much of the state. today, much calmer. detroit, you'll be up to freezing, which is relatively warm compared to the last couple of days. as this high pressure system kicks back warmer air, it will bring back warmth for parts of the south. i was tweeting with travis herzog in houston. he said, we haven't been 60 since last friday. and their average is 68. that cool thing is going to come to an end.
and here at home, beautiful conditions for black friday shopping. take a look at this, we have temperatures reaching the mid to upper 60s for much of the bay area. 68 degrees in >> this weather report brought to you by famous footwear. in the northeast, another cold day ahead. >> they're warming up finally. coming up on "good morning america," katy perry, personally invites one high schooler from our huge "roar" contest to be her date at the amas. and more strategic advice for you on this black friday. becky worley has find some of the best bargains out there. becky worley has find some of the best bargains out there. keep it here. ts. and some victories are worth striving for. but at famous footwear, we believe...
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fan. you remember megan squire, the star of that amazing "roar" video. katy was so inspired by megan's story, she personally invited her to be her date to one of music's biggest parties. take a look at what happened. their matto, here in the arizona desert, with an uplifting school spirit and a story that's touched the nation. meet 18-year-old megan squire. for years, megan watched as her big sister cheered for her beloved high school. >> i went to all of the games. and she inspired me the most. >> she would sit at the gate and just lean her head over. >> reporter: megan decided to chase her dream. and with mykala helping her the entire step of the way, she
tried out for her cheer team her freshman year. >> she worked really hard. you could tell it was something she wanted to do. >> reporter: megan made the team. and now, four years later, she's at the head of her cheer pack. >> megan squire. >> reporter: and even part of the homecoming court. her friend, clayton, knew megan's incredible story needed to be told. so, to the soundtrack of katy perry's number one song -- ♪ i have the eye of the tiger dance in through the fire ♪ ♪ i am a champion >> reporter: he directed this video for "gma's" contest. in less than a week, it went viral. even touching katy's heart. so much so, that after she announced a different winning school, she did this -- >> i want to bring megan to a special event this fall as my date. >> what a fantastic honor for megan. and how sensitive of katy perry. >> reporter: and one month
later, katy delivered. flying megan, clayton and the squire family to l.a. to be her special guests at the american music awards. >> hi. >> hi. >> oh, my gosh. finally, i get to meet you. you know that video was so important, not only to me. but i think thousands and thousands of people that watched it. >> reporter: after posing for the squire family christmas card and signing a few cds -- >> it says you inspire me because you do. >> you inspire me, too. >> reporter: katy offered some last-minute amas insight. >> you probably get to walk the carpet. and just feel like a star. even if you are. you're already a star. the whole country knows who you are. >> reporter: two days later, megan and clayton got red carpet ready. and took the amas by storm. rubbing shoulders with the rich and famous, with the hottest date in town. >> tell me about katy. >> she is so nice.
>> megan is such an important, special date for me. one unlike any other date i've brought to any other award ceremony. >> check out these seats. >> reporter: inside, the view wasn't so bad, either. katy took the stage with a show-stopping performance. ♪ >> reporter: kicking off an unbelievable night and giving megan the experience of a lifetime. yep. that's her, sitting right behind lady gaga. ♪ i got the eye of the tiger a fighter ♪ >> reporter: an unforgettable story. and even bigger evening. and a teenage dream come true. >> thank you, katy. we love you. >> how beautiful did she look? >> it was great. she was so close to gaga there. >> and you made a great point. you talk about how nice it is and warm and welcoming to kids. >> they made a great video for
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. shoppers going wild on this black friday. we are revealing where you can find five, dazzling deals, just ahead. and staring at all those leftovers in your fridge? emeril to the rescue with tasty ways to transform your turkey. plus, breakout country stars florida georgia line join us live around here, to rock times square. as we say -- >> good morning, america. >> disregard what the announcer just told you. your weekend "gma" crew has taken over times square.
robin, george, josh and lara and sam taking well-deserved day off for the holidays with their families. george, i decorated your office all over again. don't be alarmed. it turned out terrific. this is, as everybody knows, black friday, one of the biggest shopping days of the year. and we are breaking down all the best bargains for you. and that's coming up later in this half hour. >> yeah. the average american expected to spend nearly $700 today alone. i don't know if george and robin are shopping. >> buy us something small. >> going to leave that alone. there you see emeril lagasse. he's huge in every way we know. one of the best chefs in the country. solving all of your thanksgiving leftover dilemmas. delicious dishes that really deliver on flavor. there's your cameron mathison at the izod center in new jersey. and he's in shorts on ice. he's with the cast of disney on ice. he has a surfboard, shorts. limboing on his belly.
>> that's impressive. >> he is actually with them. they're going to put on a special performance just for us. that's coming up. >> cameron's an impressive guy. not much he can't do. i love it. >> are you jealous, dan? >> i'm extremely jealous. changing the topic, we're kicking off our seventh annual warm coats and warm hearts drive. the drive made it to wall street when burlington rang the opening bell at the new york stock exchange to celebrate its i.p.o., initial public offering. stock exchange employees became our latest heroes, donating coats to keep our neighbors in new york city warm this winter. >> that's a great and important cause. there's a lot of you out there heroes, as well. so far, you've donated 16,000 coats. that all go to those in need in your own community.
just like alexandria nicholson, who gave a coat in georgia. send us a picture of your donation with the hash tag #warmcoats. and you might just end up on "good morning america." ron hasn't donated a coat yet. nevertheless, we're going to let him on the show this morning. >> do it later today. hi, dan and bianna. good morning,everyone. we begin with a violent start to the nation's black friday buying spree. in suburban chicago, bullets flying outside a kohl's department store as police busted a shoplifting attempt. meanwhile, in north carolina, a man at a walmart seen aggressive going for a television. and unruly crowds in west palm beach, florida, made buying discounted electronics anything but pleasant. take it easy, folks. there's still 26 shopping days until christmas. and tomorrow is a big day for the obama care website. will it be up and running as promised by the obama administration? well, technicians say they made the necessary repairs.
but even the white house is asking potential users not to flood the site over the weekend, saying it still can't handle everybody at once. while he may have looked like a bum, but now, seattle is calling him a prince. jack mcdonald is his name. he had holes in his clothes. and took buses rather than taxis. but he had a knack for picking stocks. he's leaving $188 million to charities in his hometown. chief among them, seattle children's hospital. and the duchess of cambridge stepped out solo last night at a charity gala in london. we're told that prince william was in charge of tucking in baby prince george before attending his own charity event. we're also told that the designer dress that she wore is already out of stock. sorry, bianna. and finally, how about a cruise you may never have to leave home for because it will be your home. the developers of the freedom ship say they're close to getting the money to start construction of this floating city.
the 25-story vessel would remain at sea permanently and would have its own airport. it wouldn't be docking at all. it would be home for 50,000 people with room for a few thousand to visit. sara's looking at me oddly there. pretty strange, just floating around the world. no word on how much apartments would cost. but i'll let you know when i find out. >> talk about having to like your neighbor. >> yeah. and imagine the storms at sea. going to be rough. speaking of storms, you may need ginger on that ship, as well. >> we could send ginger there. >> ginger, could you get the weather for us? >> i'm not doing any storms this morning. we have a beautiful crowd out here. thank you all for being here and braving the cold. yeah. you're welcome. from tennessee, what's your name? >> sherry. >> sherry. we are a little chilly here, aren't we? you're cold in tennessee, too. first, we start in seattle. give you an idea of what's happening. the onshore flow, a little mild. they'll see some bigger storms coming at the end of the weekend, tomorrow night into monday. and cooler air, too. but look at the south. this one's for you, sherry.
see nashville there. look at the numbers climbing. more mild air on the backside of that clockwise rotating high. she loves southeasterly flows. and here a look at live doppler radar. a clear start to our week end. a look towards mount diablo, high clouds and morning haze to get us going. our high for today going to be topping out in the mid to upper 60s for much of the bay area. a look at my accuweather forecast, nice and dry today. come monday, a seg drop in temperatures with a chance of moisture on tuesday into thursday. >> they left their turkeys at home? yes, in wisconsin. it's your husband. we got you. and the whole texas contingent. sara, let's get in to you. >> thanks, ginger. now, here's a look at what's ahead on the "gma morning menu."
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>> we are. we're going to go out and brave the cold, as well. >> break the news that george and robin are off. >> who are you? >> not with you, though. >> that's not going to happen to me. always. always. oh. okay. let's get a little taste of "pop news" here. we know that beyonce has mastered the art of giving spectacular concerts. when she kicks off the north american leg of the mrs. carter show world tour tomorrow, she will be giving back, too. teaming up with goodwill for her initiative, asking people to bring clothing donations when they arrive to see her in concert. that's not the only thing happening in the world of beyonce, though. her hbo documentary called "life is but a dream" is out on dvd. an inside look at her personal experiences and path to stardom. this is my favorite girl power news flash. the disney infinity game is
wshg welcoming four brand-new characters, all female. there's rapunzel. and from "reck it ralph," venelope, voiced by sarah silverman. and she can teleport. and from the new movie "frozen," anna and elsa, rocking some very crafty tools. the most requested addition was more female characters. and they're here just in time for the holidays. >> they should have a meteorologist character. talking about lows and whatever. >> it's ginger. >> it would be like spider-man weather. >> i know there's lots of little girls out there that want to hear about lake-effect snow. >> lake-effect snow comes out of here. >> one of ginger's favorite. now, a taste of thanksgiving "dancing with the stars"-style. the hough family, including derek and julianne, dancing their way to dinner here.
and it set off an instagram battle with maria menounos this year. she got into the act with her guests, possibly a turkey trot there. and it looks like they all worked off their big dinner in style. i have a feeling they don't eat as much as a lot of people. >> yeah. they're not having the same meal that i usually have. there's no dancing after i eat. >> i published the bianna golodryga dance moves. my dad threw some down. >> we could have a challenge instagram-off. i challenge you. >> i feel i would pull a hamstring if i tried that. not a good idea. >> very sensitive. >> i could play deejay. it is one of the biggest shopping days of the year. all morning long, we've been telling you about some of the best deals you can get right now. and "gma" contributor becky worley has been at it overnight with the top deals and steals. she joins us via skype from oakland, california, with some of the best deals out there right now. becky, take it away. >> reporter: dan, black friday is dead.
long live black friday. i mean, come on. the deals and the door-busters started yesterday. the online sales started rolling out after halloween. but don't worry. i know this is a cultural experience for us all. and there are still deals out there. shopping on thanksgiving day. yep. lots of the biggest door-busters came and went yesterday. but good news. many stores held fast to the black friday tradition and are offering their best deals today. let's start with sam's club. they have this vizio tv for $498. 150 bucks off. radio shack has this ultraportable laptop for $249. ultraportable laptop for $249. $75 off. apple has their only sale of the year today, with many, not all, of their most popular products, 10% to 15% off. nordstroms has a beauty bargain thing going. this clarisonic facial brush on
sale for $99, $26 off. finally, cabella's has this. it's a camouflaged recliner. just $299, 100 bucks off. added bonus -- it totally completes your "duck dynasty" decorating theme. also, many stores that offered door-busters yesterday, have a new set of door-busters rolling out today. walmart will have their entire lego and barbie collection marked down 30% until 2:00 p.m. appliance prices are also slashed today. this washer/dryer combo is marked down to $499, $200 off at kmart. i think dad would like a pressure washer this christmas. just $69. discount, $30. who wouldn't want a pressure washer for christmas? and remember, most mom and pop local stores are open today with their own discounts. and finally, you could just stay
at home in your pjs and shop online. bargain-type deal news analyzed brick and mortar prices from last year and found 70% of black friday deals are available online at the same price. so, if you only have a few targeted items, you're better off saving the gas and avoiding impulse buys by shopping online. so, whether you're headed out or you're going to try to find some digital deals, i have a list of my 21 top best smokin'-hot deals. they're all at "good morning america" at yahoo!.com. i know ron claiborne, of course, is running out. >> you're right. >> dan, bianna, you going to go out there and brave it? >> i'm going to have dan do my shopping for me this year. >> every year. i run a little personalized concierge service. i think it's possible to make impulse buys on the internet. >> i've done it. >> when the site works, yeah.
when everything is up and running, yeah. >> thank you, becky. >> thanks, becky. we're going to turn, now, to one of hollywood's hottest up-and-coming young actors. you know what i'm talking about. dane dehaan is breaking out in a new way. he's being compared to leonardo dicaprio. and one of the greatest screen legends of all-time. abc's abbie boudreau has spent some time with him. >> reporter: he's taking hollywood by storm. 27-year-old dane dehaan. do you look at yourself and think, i can't believe it's happening? >> that's what i'm constantly doing. all of this is what i never expected to happen. >> reporter: next year, you'll see him in "the amazing spider-man 2." but its his role along daniel radcliffe, in this small, independent film, that's generating big buzz. "kill your darlings" which was shot in just 24 days, is based on a true story. it's about new york's literary scene in the 1940s.
dehaan stars as a muse of student poets who later become famous writers. >> as serious as a film as it looks, there's just as many light moments. the beat poets had a lot of fun in college. you know? so, if we didn't capture that fun, we wouldn't have made a successful film. >> reporter: he says his big break came when he landed the role of jeffrey on hbo's "intriguement." >> that's really the first time that hollywood started to pay attention to me. >> do you want me to leave? >> reporter: dehaan, the self-described theater geek, who says he grew up imagining he was a superhero, is now going to be playing a villain on the big screen. >> i play harry osborn in "the amazing spider-man 2." >> how excited are you? >> i'm excited. i really am. that's how i started. playing pretend and dressing up as superheros. now, i get to do it for a living. >> reporter: while some critics compare him to the great james dean, dehaan hopes to one day make his own mark on tinseltown.
>> and who knows? maybe one day, someone will be like, you remind me of dane dehaan. and then someone else will have to deal with all that. >> reporter: i have a feeling that might happen. >> i hope so. >> reporter: for "good morning america," abbie boudreau, abc news, los angeles. you may have noticed, thanksgiving, i believe, is over. but your fridge is probably full of turkey and other leftovers. what can you do with all of that food? our friend, emeril lagasse stopped by to talk with josh. and he has some great ideas. emeril. not josh. >> here we are. the guests may have gone home. but the best thanksgiving ever doesn't have to end on thanksgiving. as, well, the leftovers are ready. and so is our "gma" food correspondent, emeril lagasse here to show us. >> all right. >> what to do. so, the turkey, there's so much left. let's give it new life. >> give it new life, josh. what we're going to have is some shiitake mushrooms that we stemmed.
we're going the core them. we're going to cook them until they get a nice color on them and they get tender. >> okay. >> while that's happening, we're going to make a cheese sauce. we're going to start with some butter. >> oh. >> and this is actually rice flour. >> that is for what? texture? >> there's a lot of people concerned about gluten. >> sure. >> and about wheat. we're using the rice flour that will do the trick for the sauce. so, what we've done now, we have the butter and rice flour. we've made a roux. and now, we're going to flavor it with some onion. and a little bit of garlic for me. and certainly, a little bit of thyme, as well. >> i know gluten-free is a cause near and dear to your heart, of course. your daughter has -- struggles with gluten. can you use other flours for this if you're not so challenged? >> well, if you're not so challenged, just use all-purpose flour would be great. >> all right. >> now, what we do, once that happens and the onions cook, now
what we're going to do is add milk. and to that, we're going to make what's basically a cream sauce. but then, on top of that, what we're going to do, if we step over here, which i have some made. we're going to season this, now, with a little bit of salt. and a little bit of pepper. >> that smells. >> now, we're going to take our regular cream sauce and make it into a cheese sauce by adding some gruyere cheese to this. now, this is for our thanksgiving leftovers. i'm going to turn this off. regular pasta, again, if you're gluten-free, you can use gluten-free pasta. i have, basically, some broccoli that was left over. >> love it. >> those are those shiitake mushrooms. so, we're going to add them. now, leftover turkey. what do you do with it beside a turkey sandwich? cube it up. add it in there. now, what we're going to do is we're going to take the cheese sauce. oh, look at this, baby. >> oh, yes. oh, yes.
>> now, what we're going to do is turn this into a casserole. so, we're going to fold this over. >> okay. >> and just like -- just like such, we're going to fold this over. and what we're going to do is work all these ingredients in here. we're going to add this to the casserole. top it with sliced almonds, or whatever nut that you like. and a little bit more grated cheese on top. you bake it for 40 minutes in the oven. this is what it looks like, right here. okay? >> gorgeous. >> and you have a leftover turkey pasta casserole. what else can you do with this? what we did here was we made a wonderful chicken and rice noodle soup. >> i'm in. hands off. yeah, yeah. >> carrots, celery, onions. the carcass, we made a turkey stock with, make it into a soup. my favorite is this. take a turkey salad, with apples, okay? which is like a waldorf salad. and you can make a waldorf sandwich.
if you don't want to do that, you can make a waldorf sandwich. we have some for you guys, coming over there right now. the day after thanksgiving. what can i say? >> god love him. it's the best thanksgiving ever. and it keeps on going, straight through the christmas season. you can find all these recipes, all these dishes, goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! emeril, thank you very much. >> my pleasure. >> happy day after thanksgiving. >> are you wondering where to get these recipes, bianna? >> we're all really upset there's no food for us. >> i'm going to tell you where to get the recipes. since you asked. on goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! and now, coming up, a live performance from disney on ice. >> yes. >> cameron. ♪
good morning. it appears retailers are getting what they wanted this morning. stores around the bay area are packed with people spending money on this black friday traditionally one of the biggest shopping days of the year. malls and parking lots are full of shoppers hoping to score deals. many stores opened last night to get a jump on the holiday rush. let's see how the traffic is doing out there this morning. parking lots are all full and no one is on the roadways. we have an accident, but san francisco muni saying residential parking and street cleaning is not in force today. vallejo, this accident now occurred right behind one that i've been reporting all morning long. eastbound 37 at westbound 80. that is where we have at least
hazy. do not burn wood today. a few high clouds, but for the most part, mid to upper 60s around the ♪ ♪ hammerin' a nail stackin' them bales ♪ we have been jamming all morning. we're so excited here at "good morning america." country superstars florida georgia line. and listen to the crowd here screaming. that's their song "round here." huge congratulations to them at their recent win at the american music awards. we're going to hear more coming up. also coming up this morning, cameron mathison joining disney on ice. so many beloved characters in
one show. and look at cameron. he is fearless. he may or may not be part of the performance. that's coming up from east rutherford, new jersey. first, a tale of two doctors. our dr. richard besser. and a guy named dr. derek shepherd, also known as patrick dempsey, also known as mcdreamy of abc's hit show "grey's anatomy." the two men hit the road. and dr. b. got quite a workout. >> reporter: for ten seasons, dr. derek shepherd has made ladies swoon. >> i dissed derek. >> what do you do on your bad days? >> reporter: with that one line, actor patrick dempsey became mcdreamy. when i was invited to ride side-by-side with another, well, doctor, in his home of lewiston, maine, i jumped on it.
and i found the charity that makes dempsey mcdreamy offscreen is the dempsey center. what is the dempsey center. >> if you're diagnosed with cancer, you yourself or someone in the family, we are there to help you go through that journey. and all of the services are provided for free. that's why we're doing the challenge. that's our way to raise money. >> reporter: that challenge is the dempsey challenge. an annual run, walk and cycle fund-raiser. this year, i was honored to be asked to pedal along. but this ride -- i'm coming. was just preparation for the big day. cycling 50, yes, 50 miles. first time i've done that. >> feel the burn there? >> reporter: yep. the center, founded in 2008, came about for a very personal reason. dempsey's mom, for over ten years, has battled through 11 bouts of ovarian cancer. when your mom was first sick, there wasn't thinking like this. >> there was nothing like this. and i thought i need to give
back to the community. >> reporter: dempsey lives in los angeles. but chose his home turf as a way to pay it forward. >> i had some advice when i left, never forget where you come from. and what does that mean, really? and you start to explore it. that's when you find yourself again. >> we're going to use a lateral -- >> reporter: and something i just had to ask. doctor-to-doctor? >> okay. >> reporter: do people ask you medical questions? >> sometimes they do. people are like, you know what to do here. i have no idea what to do. i just play one on television. >> reporter: i got to tire my legs out is inaccurate. using his fame to make cancer a little easier to bare. everywhere you go, you're mcdreamy. is it too much? >> i know i'm going out. and therefore, it's my responsibility to say hi and take the time. i've sometimes met someone who has been famous and they weren't the nicest. and i think that's crushing. >> reporter: and of course, we crushed the bike-a-thon. another reason he has it in maine, has to be the lobster. >> can i try your butter?
>> sure. >> he's such a nice guy. >> absolutely. and he gave dr. besser some lobster. so, it's all good. let's get it over to our own weather mcdreamy, miss ginger zee. yeah. >> this one from alabama. these ladies, from oklahoma. how are you all doing it here? >> we're great. >> they're loving the cold. we're squeezed in close together. 18th birthday. let's get to the weather forecast. we have to start with the twitter photos. you send me great photos. the puppy, enjoying some of that fresh snow. and then, seattle. they have that big event tonight, the tree lighting. should be good until the storm starts sunday night into monday. we want to let you know what happens on the roads tomorrow when everyone starts to head out. the only troubling spot would and here at home, beautiful conditions for black friday shopping.
take a look at this, we have temperatures reaching the mid to upper 60s for much of the bay area. 68 degrees in napa, 67 >> this weather report brought to you by kay jewelers. we're going to head right on over. >> ginger zee. i want you to know i'm holding two microphones because sara's hands are cold. and she wants to put them in her pocket. coming up, disney on ice. a live performance. cameron mathison in new jersey. keep it here. more "gma" after a very quick
all right. time for that huge party on ice. our cameron mathison is at the izod center in new jersey right now. he's bringing us a front row seat to disney on ice. let's celebrate. we've been watching you nonstop. dan's a bit envyious. how do you do it? >> this is one enormous party on ice. we have 50 characters from so many of our favorite disney classics, all coming together for one spectacle on skates. showcasing different celebrations from all over the
world. but now, please welcome the cast of disney on ice. let's celebrate. >> allow me to be the first to welcome you to our very special celebration. ♪ be our guest be our guest ♪ ♪ put our service to the test tie your napkin around your neck ♪ ♪ and we'll provide the rest soup due jour hot hors d'oeuvre, try the gray stuff ♪ ♪ don't believe me ask the dishes ♪ ♪ at a dinner here it's never second best ♪ ♪ go on and hold your menu take a glance ♪ ♪ and then you'll be our guest be our guest ♪ ♪ be our guest ♪
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very exciting. that means you will be right back here pretty soon, in times square. >> that's right. >> you guys met in college and actually wrote songs together between classes. is that true? >> we didn't start writing until we both graduated. but we started hanging out. >> somebody answered that story -- we didn't go for it. >> you were doing other things between classes than writing songs, that you can't put in the official biography, i would imagine. you have a song you're going to play for us, now. they're littlest single off their number one album, "here's to the good times," this is florida georgia line and "stay." ♪ i'd sell my soul just to see your face ♪ ♪ and break my bones just to heal your pain ♪ ♪ in these times i need a saving grace ♪ ♪ but time is running out and i'm starting to lose my
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what a great morning it's been here at "good morning america." thanks to our friends from disney on ice. great performance this morning. and we hope to see you all this weekend on "gma." we get another dose of each other. >> absolutely. all weekend long. and playing us into our friday, here is florida georgia line with their hit song, "round here." ♪ hammerin' a nail stackin' them bales ♪ ♪ i'm dog tired by the 5:00 hour ♪ ♪ but i'm ready to raise some hell ♪ ♪ and jesse's gettin' ready i'm gassin' up the chevy ♪ ♪ i'm gonna pick her up at 6:00 i hope she's gonna wear ♪ ♪ the jeans with a tear
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happy black friday. it's red alert for senior day. iowa took the 300-mile business trip to lincoln. they have their eyes on a fourth road win this season. nebraska is 8-3 year has been a roller coaster ride full of injuries and adversity. also with finishing for the ages. this afternoon, the storybook adds a new chapter. as a former senior walk-on makes his first ever start at quarterback in his final home game. nebraska. iowa, now.
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