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good morning, america. and breaking overnight, deadly terrorist attack. armed attackers with axes, knives and a pistol storm a packed synagogue in jerusalem, killing four as they were praying, including one american. the region on high alert. whiteout. half the country covered in snow. up to four feet in some areas. dangerous conditions for drivers, trucks jackknifing. an ambulance off the road. a reporter in the middle of the storm. >> white out conditions as we're driving, this isn't going to be easy. new this morning, a plane crashing into a home in the chicago suburbs. slamming through the roof right after taking off. neighbors woken up and rushed to rescue the family trapped inside. >> the hottest hitter in
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baseball! >> baseball's biggest home run. meet the $300 million man. the player who just signed the largest contract ever. and wait until you hear how he celebrated. and we do say good morning, america, and it's a really good morning for giancarlo stanton. the young man just celebrated his 25th birthday. we did the math. that contract is worth about $155,000 a game for the next 13 years. >> big bet for the marlins. >> 13 years. >> i knew i played the wrong sport. >> sounds like we all did. that's coming up. and right now to the deadly attack in jerusalem overnight. the first time worshippers have been targeted in a synagogue. tensions high across the swir middle east. alex marquardt is there. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, george. that's right.
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this is the deadliest attack in jerusalem in years. four people killed. israeli police now confirming three are american citizens and one brit. this comes as tensions are sky high. the fact that this took place in a synagogue where ultra orthodox people were praying is fueling the fears of a religious war. just after 8:00 this morning, surrounding a synagogue after shots rang out. >> we were coming into the synagogue. and we heard gunshots from downstairs. we heard one shot, two shots, then a flurry of shots. at least five or six or seven shots. >> reporter: four worshippers dead at the hands of two palestinian attackers. armed with axes, knives, and a pistol. minutes after the rampage started, the attackers, cousins from east jerusalem were shot dead by police. >> an act of pure terror and senseless brutality and murder. >> reporter: the attack comes amidst the worst tension in the city in years.
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centered around the mosque on a site that's one of the holiest places in both islam and judaism. palestinians accuse israelis of provocations. and they say they have been inciting religious violence, which has led to several recent deadly attacks against israelis. no palestinian group claimed responsibility, but hamas applauded the attack. calling it a quality development in confrontation with israeli occupation. palestinian president mahmoud abbas condemned the attack, but he also accused israel of inciting violence. prime minister benjamin netanyahu called an emergency security meeting and has vowed, as he says, to respond with a heavy hand to the brutal murder of jews who came to pray. >> thank you. and freeze warnings from
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coast to coast. and half the country covered by snow. and ginger tracking it this morning. >> this is huge. imagine waking up to this. let's take that picture full so you can see. 32 inches of snow just south of buffalo, new york. that's happening there. but this is also happening. and not just the regular spots that get cold. it feels like 4 below in kansas city. that's a windchill advisory in orlando, florida. that goes all the way to the west. there are other freeze warnings. but the lake-effect snow just keeps on churning. that machine is going to dump another 6 inch there is. buffalo into watertown, new york, 12 plus. you have to see this. this is the radar, look what it looks like on gio benitez, i'm slightly jealous. that is lake effect, my friend. >> reporter: oh, gosh, ginger, good morning to you. this is what we're feeling. and we have been feeling it overnight. take a look as i walk through here. this is just knee high, maybe waist high, right? the temperature right now, it was like 1 degree. and behind me, that is a car. completely buried in snow. it is a frozen nation.
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overnight, record snow and whipping winds. plunging much of the country into a virtual whiteout. 50% of the country blanketed in snow. to put it in perspective, on the average christmas day, usually only 33% of the states are covered. in grand rapids, michigan, harsh, near-zero windchills and intense lake-effect snow making it almost impossible to see the icy, dangerous roads. snow up to a foot high. in buffalo, new york, 3 inches an hour, making for a dangerous and unpredictable drive. and i just want you to take a look. the winds have really picked up. whiteout conditions as we're driving. this isn't going to be easy. and look at this, icy conditions in oklahoma forcing this semi truck off the road, where it jackknifed into the barrier. the cab away from the vehicle. this ambulance in kentucky, rolling over multiple times. two members of the crew
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recovering right now. conditions just as treacherous in mercer county, pennsylvania. their first snow of the season. triggering 76 accidents on monday alone. >> there were a couple of tractor trailers jackknifed up on the tied water hill up on 19. >> reporter: this minnesota lake, solid ice, a rare pre-thanksgiving deep freeze. this morning there are warnings here in south buffalo to just stay home, stay off the roads. it's just really dangerous out here, robin. >> looks that way. gosh. i don't even know how you're able to talk out there. >> and ginger said she was jealous. >> it's cold. my lips are a little frozen. >> i grew up in lake-effect snow zone in grand rapids. it's spectacular what can happen overnight. hopefully everybody stays safe. >> i grew up in it, too. i'm not jealous. >> exactly. >> exactly. get some hot cocoa, gio, thank you. we have a new alert from the fbi. ahead of the imminent grand jury decision in ferguson, missouri. the feds warning extremists may
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hijack peaceful protests around the country. and the mayor has called a state of emergency. pierre thomas is tracking it all from washington. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: george, that's right. today the fbi is concerned that agitators will use crowds of peaceful protesters as cover to incite violence. worried about the violence past, and with new intelligence coming in, the fbi sent a bulletin to police across the country. warning that violent individuals will likely try to exploit peaceful protests and attack law enforcement in ferguson and possibly nationwide. according to the bulletin, suspects could be armed with knives and guns and tactical gear like tear gas masks and bullet-proof vests. [ sirens blaring ] the warning citing recent intelligence causing concern, including threatening messages. november 9th, an unidentified black separatist group offered a $5,000 bounty for officer
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wilson's location on a social media site. four days earlier, a georgia police officer receives a pamphlet saying, keep calm and kill cops, clearly referencing the brown shooting. and there may be cyber attacks against police, posting their personal information and shutting down computer networks. so a state of emergency declared, the national guard on stand-by, and this new warning from the fbi. you can see why they're also planning to close schools in ferguson once that decision comes down. robin? >> totally understandable. all right, pierre, thank you. now to the desperate hunt for the isis terrorists holding an american woman hostage. the latest brutal video may offer important clues about her fate. and abc's brian ross is staying on top of this, has the latest. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning, robin. u.s. officials are holding out hope that isis will treat the last american hostage, that 26-year-old woman, differently than peter kassig and the two
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other american hostages that were beheaded. it is significant that the latest isis video for the shocking images does not show the young american woman being paraded in front of cameras. the woman who went to syria as an aid worker, was captured more than a year ago. because of the sensitive of the situation, her family asked we not identify her by name. but her plight is known to the parents peter kassig, ed and paula. and as they asked for prayers for their murdered son on monday, they make a clear reference to the other isis hostages. >> pray for all people in syria and iraq and around the world that are held against their will. >> reporter: isis had ignored the kassigs' pleas for mercy. but they say they'll try to forgive them. >> our hearts are battered. but they will mend. the world is broken, but it will be healed in the end. >> please allow our small family the time and privacy to mourn, cry, and, yes, forgive. >> reporter: but for u.s. officials, there is no forgiveness for isis.
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air strikes, they say, continue to target with increasing precision, top leadership. the inclusion of the unmasked faces in the latest isis video allowed french authorities to identify one of them as a 22-year-old french citizen. and a large team is now dedicated to tracking down and killing or capturing the masked executioner who has prestided over the murders, now, of three americans. >> every effort is being made to identify him and find where he's located. it's absolutely essential we bring this individual to justice. >> reporter: overnight the white house revealed that president obama ordered a full-scale review of the american policy with hostages. it comes by sharp criticism of the families who claimed that the government did not do enough to prevept their -- to prevent their sons from being murdered by isis. >> thank you. and health news now, an aspirin a day may not help as much as we thought.
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any benefits may be offset by risks. dr. richard besser is here. this challenges conventional wisdom. >> it was. this is a very important study. it's a large study out of japan. more than 14,000 people who never had a heart attack but were at risk for heart disease. they gave half a low dose of aspirin and half not. they found that the aspirin failed to prevent deaths from heart disease. there were fewer heart attacks, but it was offset by a significant amount of bleeding. the conclusion is for this group of people, aspirin probably not worth it. >> so many of us have the doctors say take an aspirin a day. what should we do? >> anyone who's had a heart attack before, aspirin is indicated, it saves lives. and another group of people at a greatly increased risk for heart disease, so don't stop your aspirin without talking to your doctor. for many people at low risk, aspirin probably won't be the way to go. >> and news of new benefits
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for anti-statin drugs. >> these are drugs called vytorin and zetia. these were added to the regimen of people on statins who needed lower cholesterol. and adding the drugs reduced the chances of a fatal or severe heart attack by 6%. it's the first study to show that. other studies showed it lowers cholesterol. this one shows it really works. >> so a double benefit. thanks very much. and amy with the other top stories. >> good morning. a terrifying scene in chicago right now. a small plane crashing right into that house overnight. the twin engine cargo plane slamming through the roof of the home shortly after taking off from midway airport around 3:00 a.m. the pilot reported engine trouble. two people inside the house were rescued. they were not injured. but the pilot's condition remains unknown at this hour. crews are making sure there is no gas spilled. we will have more information as it becomes available. and a showdown on capitol
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hill. the senate is expected to vote on the controversial keystone oil pipeline. all 45 republicans as well as 14 democrats and independents are expected to approve the project. that leaves them scrambling for one more vote. it's unclear with the president will go along. he denied claims that the project will be a major job creator. and with oil production booming, gas prices are dropping once again. falling another five cents in the last week. prices at the pump this thanksgiving will be the lowest in five years. and forget gas. toyota says next year, it will sell a car that runs on hydro general. it claims the car can travel 300 mile on a single tank emitting only water vapor. it will cost about $60,000. a legal case in california is making history. a rapper could face life in prison because prosecutors claim his lyrics promote gang violence.
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brandon duncan, aka tiny do, is facing attempted murder charges in connection with nine shootings, even though he's not directly linked to the violence. he doesn't even have a criminal record. but prosecutors are citing a little-known state law claiming duncan with the charged because he benefitted from the violence. the shootings raised the gang's profile, helping him sell albums. his lawyer says it's a violation of free speech. the nfl star accused of child abuse has been suspended for the rest of the season. adrian peterson pleaded no contest on the charges. he says he was disciplining his son with a switch. he can appeal. finally, calling all daredevils. would you take a ride on this? it's called the skyscraper. it's being built in orlando and will be the world's tallest roller coaster. taking you more than 500 feet into the sky before dropping you to earth through endless
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stomach-rattling twists and turns. in fact, some of the video shows yorks as -- right there. i did in this morning and i actually got sick to my stomach. that's how i know i'm old. the younger me would do this. i got sick watching this on tv. >> michael is nodding his head. >> you're going to do it? >> i'm usually -- i usually stay away from stuff like that. i'm looking at ginger, like, let's go. do that in a heartbeat. >> a couple more years. and it's four minutes, no down time. just constant. you still in? >> i'm in. >> somebody has -- >> let's do this. >> as long as there's a change of underwear at the end, i mean, four minutes straight? >> i know. come on. you can do that. >> that's a long time. >> if you were talking about this earlier, hall of famer, nfl, but maybe you picked the wrong sport you're saying? >> yeah, robin, after i heard this, maybe i did. one of the best young players in baseball is about to cash in big time. he's signing one of the largest contracts in american sports
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history. the miami marlins reeling in january carlo stanton with a jaw-dropping deal worth more than $300 million. and ryan smith is here to count every penny of it. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning, mike. they say money can't buy happiness. but tell it to this guy. he agreed to a $325 million megadeal that will keep him in marlins' black for a long time. >> stanton drives it. >> reporter: just call him the $300 million man. >> the hottest hitter in baseball. >> reporter: this morning, miami marlins all-star giancarlo stanton agreeing to a 13-year $325 million megadeal. the largest contract in american sports history. let's break this down. that's around $68,000 per day for the next 13 years. or nearly 155 grand per game. he celebrated the good news at a
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miami nightclub with a $20,000 bottle of champagne. >> he's one of the best young flars the national league. and it's a no-brainer for the marlins to try to sign him at any cost. >> reporter: when he first broke into the majors, he actually went by mike. he says back in junior high, people couldn't say his first name properly. bet they do now. the would-be man is known for his towering home runs. his charm. here, channelling his inner beyoncé. ♪ put a ring on it >> reporter: and taking this 88-mile-per-hour pitch to the face. but not every baseball blockbuster deal ends in success. for every clayton kershaw, the reigning mvp who signed $250 million last season, there's an a-rod, $275 million, suspended all of last season with pay for using performance-enhancing drugs. but this morning, if the deal
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goes through, the marlins are hoping their big bet knocks it out of the park. >> gone! >> reporter: my head is spinning with millions. team owner jeffrey loria called it a landmark deal for the team. i hope they are happy, their bills are going up. they had the lowest payroll in baseball last year. better warm up that checkbook. >> he is worth it, this young man. >> i'm going to practice as soon as we leave here. congratulations to him, though. >> absolutely. >> congratulations. >> the owners are making a lot of money. so the players are getting their due. now to warm weather out west. >> warm weather, somewhere. it's happening. look at san francisco, california. always pretty to see that. today, increasing clouds, but temperatures almost ten degrees above average. and warm in the southwest. los angeles, 77, that comes, red flag warnings. so the fire dangers is high. we're talking san fernando valleys, gusts some places more than 40 miles per hour.
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sacramento's high today, 67. >> good morning. i am meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area forecast. after a gorgeous sunrise it will be mostly sunny. mild today. a chance of wet weather starting tomorrow. through saturday. day pattern returns on sunday and monument the warm temperatures do not. upper 60 to low 70 but for the cost is mid-60's and the rain rolls in tonight through tomorrow at the commute and it will be milder and low-to-mid
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50's with more rain on thursday, friday night into and still to come on "gma" -- the latest on the married lawyers charged with violently attacking a couple in their home, apparently for revenge. the husband in court this morning. also ahead, the young woman who says she's about to marry charles manson. and a warning for all used car buyers. why the exploding air bag is still being sold. what you need to know to keep you safe. and a big comeback on the dance floor. alfonso returns, even with his injury. return on the dance floor. alfonso returns, even with his injury.
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those gunmen were killed by police. all three americans held dual citizenship. eight other people were injured and israel has promised a harsh response. it's been harsh on drivers at the bay bridge this morning. >> indeed. there's a very long wait time to make it from the maze into san francisco. you can see the bay bridge toll plaza, two lanes have been blocked. all lanes now reopened but we're looking at a 32-minute drive from the maze into san francisco. and here's a look at san jose northbound along 101 at fair oaks avenue. we have another crash there causing big backups. when we come back mike
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♪ heard this one yet? you probably have. called "chick, chick." comes from china. and a lot of people think it may be the next gangnam style. >> no, please make it stop already. >> it's just started, amy. millions of you watching it overnight. we're going to get inside the phenomenon. >> it's inside my head. >> i hope my girls aren't listening. >> it's like a bad dream. i know. also ahead this morning, the young woman set to marry charles manson. he's spending the rest of his life behind bars, why is this 26-year-old about to become his wife? and used car dealers, millions of cars being sold on
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some lots with bad air bags. what you need to know to be safe. we begin with the latest on the shocking home invasion in virginia. two married lawyers in a brutal attack, the wife was fired, and the husband is in court this morning. we have learned bizarre details. when police found the alleged attacker, he was wearing a diaper. he's charged with kidnapping and stabbing a 61-year-old couple after a home invasion. he's due in a virginia court this morning hoping to walk free. andrew schmuhl, with a bizarre and violent attack on a virginia couple. he's due in court, expected to make bond and go home. >> it's going to be a lookout for a white male, last seen all wearing black. >> reporter: they say he and his wife attacked her former boss at
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their million-dollar home last week. an apparent act of revenge after she was fired. >> they have a victim inside the house with a stab to the neck. >> reporter: she waited in the car while andrew posed as police and knocked on the front door. once inside, he allegedly tased 61-year-old fisher, and subdued he and his wife before torturing and stabbing them repeatedly. he fled after one was able to sound the alarm, but not before he said he would be back. >> two people stabbed and bleeding out. >> reporter: they tracked them down four miles away. andrew wearing a diaper. blood-soaked clothes with a knife in the backseat. >> because the judge denied her bond, the chance they would find he is not a dangers to the
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community and a risk of flight and low and remote. >> reporter: she was denied bond on friday after a judge ruled she posed an extreme danger to the community and potentially the former law firm. her husband would fall under that category as well, to me. but see what happens today. >> thank you. now to the news of charles manson. at the age of 80, gotten a marriage license and appears to want to marry a 26-year-old woman who's in love with him and wants to exonerate him. >> reporter: she may look like the girl next door, but this woman could be the future mrs. charles manson. >> everybody knows the name charles manson. >> reporter: abc news has learned the notorious killer -- >> i'm a convict. i'm an outlaw. i'm a rebel. i'm not a sunday school teacher. >> reporter: obtained a marriage license from behind bars and could marry 26-year-old star
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burton as soon as next month. star, who's real name is avenueton elaine burton is 54 years younger thanmanson. long after the murders of actor sharon tate and others. she says she loves him and wants to exonerate him. >> it's so obvious that charles manson was rshded. burton was raised a baptist in missouri. moved out to california nine years ago to be closer to his prison. she run this is website devoted to clearing his name. we pleat with this purported audio message frommanson himself. and at one point, cashed an x in her forehead in apparent homage to the swastika on his. >> he's a different person than the things you see on tv. >> reporter: she says they'll
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get hitched in an intimate ceremony at the prison. allowed ten guests, but no inmates. their marriage will never be con sue mated. manson is foerden from conjugal visits. matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. time for the weather. what do you have there? >> this is from florida. we were talking early yesterday morning about the storms blowing through. this is from jacksonville. but parts of the panhandle, you had an ef-2 tornado, one of the longest paths, over 22 miles. injuries reported. and that was the longest since 2007. this is powerful for many reasons, not just the storms. but leaving the southern end of florida with 70s. daytona beach, 56, tallahassee, high, only 51 degrees. and then the southern cold. i wanted to stretch it all the way to san antonio. current temperatures out the door this morning, in the 30s. slightly above the freezing
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mark. that's why we have freeze watches in place. and tomorrow, the real cold, >> good morning. i am meteorologist mike nicco. beautiful such rise. high clouds are coming. still, very mild. mid-to-upper 60 at the coast and low 70's for the rest of us. tomorrow this time it will be rainy with another storm on thursday. our third storm is frida a >> all that weather brought to you by target. and i think it just helps. you know, we're not alone in the cold. and all these people all warm and toasty down there. >> all right, ginger, thank you. coming up, a new warning about the dangerouses of texting. why all that time with your phone could be doing damage to your back. and a warning for all used car buyers. why vehicles with potentially dangerous air bags are still being sold and what you need to know to make sure your car is safe. ♪ it's a marshmallow world in the winter ♪
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all right. we're back now at 7:40 with "gma investigates." and on the agenda this morning, used cars with potentially dangerous air bags. millions of cars have been recalled to fix exploding air bags. but will a used car dealer tell you what you need to know. we went undercover, and gio benitez has the story. >> reporter: she's a beautiful 29-year-old american hero. a lieutenant for the u.s. air force. but stephanie's biggest
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challenge, out of her fatigues. in a 2002 honda civic she bought used in 2006. >> my dad liked it. it was safe and affordable. >> reporter: she was never made aware that the air bags were recalled. then in september 2013, she got into an accident. >> the air bags deployed and i had a massive strike on my right side. and i just blinded out on that side. >> reporter: this is the piece of twisted metal that she says shot out of the air bag and into her face. >> it's an air bag. supposed to protect me. >> reporter: she's suing honda and the maker of the air bag, takata. they deny responsibility. her make of car, one of 8 million subject to an air bag recall. ten auto makers in total. there's no law to stop them from selling cars, open recalls or requiring them to check for them. what are used car dealers saying about the cars for sale on their
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lots with potentially dangerous air bags. "gma investigates" now take you under cover into nine used car lots in three states. about specific cars we know have open air bag recalls. only one dealer checked on the spot. some other places we visited didn't check. >> that has zero recalls. >> reporter: zero recalls. >> no recalls at all. >> reporter: and at that lot, you guessed it, an open recall. you can tell me there's not a recall? >> not a recall on this one. >> reporter: not for the air bags? >> no. >> reporter: wrong. and selling three other cars with the same air bag recall issue. we made a return visit. roberto, hi, gio benitez with abc news. you told jerry this didn't have a recall. but it does. >> it does? >> reporter: he says it's not his fault, it's the manufacture manufacturers. they should have sent a recall letter.
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>> we need somebody to let us know. and that person is the company. the manufacturer. >> reporter: the problem is, letters go out at the time of the recall to the registered owner. sometimes never again. the owner of the dealership telling "gma investigates" they hadn't registered that suv, and that, quote were we are not required by law to check for recalls. we don't have time to check for open recalls. even so, roberto telling us he's going to start checking online for recalls, even taking note of the special government website to do so. all right, so you're going to write it down. the department of transportation proposed a law to make it illegal to sell a car with an open recall without fixing them. >> when i think about someone buying a used car that has not been fixed after a recall has been issued, that is a real problem. >> reporter: four places we visited told us there was no recall. five said they didn't know. bottom line, it's up to the
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consumer to check. for "good morning america," gio benitez, abc news, new york. >> great advice. thank you. and coming up, the surprising low cost and very fast way to put together a thanksgiving dinner. it's not conventional, but it's a dinner. >> it's fast. and a new warning about the dangers of texting this morning. how it could be damaging your spine. and the new song going wildly viral this morning. check this out. what's behind the "chick, chick, phenomenon. ♪ grandma is so happy to be here for your very first christmas. i hear you're quite the expert at waking people up in the morning. let me show you how grandma does it. ♪ you're daddy made this when he was a little boy. ♪ this is your dad in my house, where he had his first christmas. thanks for making the coffee. well look who's up. i'm really glad you're here, mom.
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♪ it's the latest viral video dance sensation that's being called the next gangnam style. "chick chick" already has more than 6 million views on youtube. and t.j. holmes is in the social square with the story. good morning, mr. chick chick himself, t.j. >> first of all, it's irresponsible of me to show you the video without preparing you for what you're about to see. but the truth is, i don't know what the heck it is myself. throw in animated chickens, a fairy, farm animals and boom. you have the latest viral video craze. ♪ skimpy chicken costumes. women hiding behind a giant band aid. and whatever the heck this is. no, you're not hallucinating,
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this is the bizarre music video for "chick chick" by a chinese singer. and this morning it's going viral. viewed more than 6 million times in less than a month. but there may be a reason why "chick chick" is getting all those click, clicks. many noting that it seems to borrow from past viral video success stories. ♪ what the fox say random animal sounds from "what does the fox say." and the apparent fascination with a barnyard in "gangnam style," the most viral video of all time. ♪ hey sexy lady even emulating psy's choreographed dance moves. and they have simple and rep repetitive lyrics that mean just about nothing. translated, wang is carry on about a mother hen and a little
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check over and over again. all of it coming together to create the ultimate viral video. proof that there really is a method to all this madness. it has to be said, first, i apologize for make you listen to that. >> i can't unhear that. >> very gracious of you. >> but the thing is, it's got 6.5 million hits. and it's a formula, take the gangnam stale and the fox, and you have it. and which would you go with? >> gangnam style. >> i like the fox. ♪ what does the fox say >> nobody's voting for this one? >> i don't know what the fox is saying. >> that's the point. everybody looks -- you watch it, get a reaction, but nobody enjoys it. it's brutal to watch. really. >> the chirping is a little aggressive. >> the d.j. -- >> we don't have to watch that anymore. we're going to move on. because coming up in "pop news,"
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all right, still ahead on "gma," the one hour thanksgiving dinner. our friends from buzzfeed, whipping it up using only fast food, and i'm doing my part.
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good morning, i'm eric thomas. let's get right to the bay area forecast because there's rain in it, mike. >> yeah, three times in the accuweather seven-day forecast, so turn the sprinkler systems off, you're not going to need them for a while after this run. here's our low, here's our cold front. you see a few radar returns off the coast but those are heading away from us. today we'll see increasing clouds, mid-60s at the coast, upper 60s to low 70s. this time tomorrow, though, everybody should be wet. i'm sure a lot of people wanting to know after that sig alert on the bay bridge how long it's going to take you. we're back to normal, about 15 minutes will get you from the
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east bay into san francisco, so that is good news. here's more looks at drive time traffic. westbound 580 tracy to dublin, 40 minutes. 32 minutes along highway 4 westbound to concord and 101 southbound is building. >>
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♪ i got a feeling good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and is all that texting putting your body under pressure? why sending so many messages could be bad for your health. ♪ how you like me now and the sharks go head to head for the first time ever. >> please report immediately to receive your orders and face your challenge. >> it's the ultimate shark showdown. and wait until you see who really is the biggest fish. and keira knightley is here live, opening up about her groundbreaking new role. >> five minutes and 34 seconds. >> you said to do it in under six. ♪ i've got my mind made up ♪ and i can't let go and what a comeback, alfonso and whitney back in the ballroom. >> you're a fighter. >> powering through the pain for
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a near-perfect score. what had him crying at the end of his dance as we say -- >> good morning, america. a great crowd braving the cold temperatures. it's hot inside with tommy and peta coming in. >> there they are. >> it's great to have them here after flying all night. "dancing with the stars." aw. oh! so close. so close. >> almost. >> he's been so great this whole season. so much fun. >> it happens. >> and also in thanksgiving mode this morning. we have our friends from buzzfeed here. >> we do. >> rachel and ryan have dreamed up a feast made entirely -- get this, see that there? fast food. kfc, some mcdonald's. that's coming up. >> they are creative. and they have just 40 minutes on the clock to put the whole thing together.
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that clock starts right now. and we're going to check with them throughout the morning. >> we'll see what they come up with. you know, michael, we talk about how we're in awe of you making the transition, from the stellar career on the gridiron. the show here, of course, what you do with kelly every day. we watch. and now adding a title, executive producer of a documentary that is just absolutely brilliant. talking about -- >> it's called state of play: happiness. it's on hbo tonight. it's about people going through a change in their life. a change in their career, whatever it may be. and how do you transition to another life? it's almost as if you have two different lives. you die twice, you live twice. you i do in your profession and you have to figure out your way of happiness. we examine it through the eyes of brett favre, tiki barber and wayne crivett. three guys who ended their career differently. some came back and forth, some stayed out for medical reasons. and it's really exciting and
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really inspiring to watch and how guys find what makes them happy now outside their profession. >> and everyone handles it differently. but you are the executive producer. >> yes. >> debuts tonight on hbo. looking forward to it. >> i'm proud of it. >> job number 27 for michael strahan. >> catching up with george, slowly but surely, baby. i'm catching up with you. >> that's coming up. to amy with news. and two big stories breaking overnight. first to the middle east, palestinians armed with axes, knives and a pistol stormed a synagogue in jerusalem, killing four people before being shot by police. three of the victims were american citizens. the fbi will now join the investigation. this is the first time that worshippers inside a synagogue have been targeted in such a way. israel promising a harsh response. also breaking overnight, a plane crash in a residential neighborhood in chicago. the cargo plane crashing through the roof of this home, landing in the living room. neighbors rushed in to help an elderly couple who were inside. pulling them out with no injuries. the pilot reported engine
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problems, and as you're about to hear, he tried to return to midway shortly after takeoff. >> i'd like to come back and land. i'm having trouble with the left engine. >> you are clear to land. you still with me? >> he went down. >> he did not make it to the field. it looks like he just went down just short of 31 center. >> and that's right. the plane down just blocks from the airport. sadly, the pilot did not survive. the top boss in the u.s. air force said every job open to men will soon be open to women, as well. secretary debra lee james said that women are currently barred from seven positions, including some in combat, which employ 4600 people. she says the air force is now developing standards to make all those jobs gender neutral over the next year and a half. and an update on the jewelry heist in new york city's famous diamond district. the robbery was apparently an inside job. police have arrested an employee of that jewelry store. but the two robbers are still at large. so far so are the half a million dollars worth of jewels they stole.
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and a heads-up this morning about texting and your health. a new study finds that craning our necks to look at the tiny screen puts a dangerous amount of pressure on our spines. here's why. the head naturally weighs between 10 and 12 pounds. tilting it causes gravity to add even more. so a 60-degree angle adds 60 pounds of pressure on the spine. even a 15-degree tilt adds 27 pounds. and since apparently we spend two to four hours per day texting, we are at risk of early wear and tear, degeneration, and the need for surgery. yes, lara, so start texting like this. and finally with up to three feet of snow falling in parts of the country, we thought we would show you one guy, other than ginger, who is just loving it. one of the giant pandas at the toronto zoo, can't get enough of the snow. rolling around, having a great time. even has his own sport, bear-bogganning. when he slides down the hill in his enclosure. so much fun he does it again and again and again.
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>> i would, too. >> oh, my gosh. he's having a blast. ginger has a playmate. i think ginger should head to toronto. >> i always want to look for the zipper. >> i know. >> like a person in there. it was me. i was in there. >> that's next year. okay, thanks, amy. "pop news" and weather coming up. robin in the social square. >> so much coming up on "gma." looking at the "morning menu." and "pop news," big surprise guest. you definitely do not want to miss this. trust us on this. and our good friend and superstar trisha yearwood is here. got a brand-new album that's out. you are here at the twitter mirror. and you have garth on twitter. >> he's mr. social media. >> he mr. hashtag everything? >> hashtag i love you. i'm like, oh, you don't do that. >> great to have you here. love the new music, and the old hits on it too. we're going to talk to trisha coming up. and have tommy and peta, have you recovered from the little dip? okay. your nose all right. >> yeah. >> you went out so strong last night. such a great performance. we're going to hear all about it
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live here on dwam in time -- live here on "gma" in times square. thank you all. it's fun. it's good.
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love does not come first. first comes like. good morning, usher. hey. did you know bees communicate through dance? me, too, we're practically twins! get a free exclusive usher song in specially marked honeynut cheerios boxes. only at walmart. welcome back. it's time for "pop news." and we begin with our next installment, everybody, of "raiders of the lost tapes." >> oh, boy. >> i'm not sure if you know, but my alter ego, indiana spencer was here yesterday.
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michael, everybody saw this video of you with a very adorable baby face. how would were you? >> how old? i must have been 22? i wasn't exactly a baby. >> that looks like a network broadcast. >> it looks like -- looks like i sucked in as much air as possible and held it in while i talked. >> are you in someone's basement? >> i look like i'm in somebody else's leather coat too. i toept don't know what's going on. >> we thank you for that. every day. another one. before i show you the tape, here's your clue. i didn't kill my wife. how you like them apples? ♪ [ phone ringing ] >> hello? >> hi. is this burger king? >> uh, yeah. yeah, this is burger king. >> would you deliver -- >> yeah, i'll give you burger king. i'd like to say as usual george won. >> i wouldn't guess by the picture, though. >> isn't that amazing?
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his very first break. he was lover boy in a burger king commercial. we know he has gone on to such great things. and he's being talked about a lot, his movie, "gone girl," part of my very elaborate clue, written by kelly hagan, thank you. i didn't kill my wife, how do you like them apples? >> i thought it was harrison ford. >> thank you for playing. more to come tomorrow. and i know, hold your breath. next, though, we have another favorite on "pop news." our favorite hungry hamster is back. i know. amy, this one's for you. the tiny little fella who loved a burrito, he's a major star on the internet. millions of views on youtube. and with fame, of course, comes friends. here he is hosting thanksgiving dinner a little early in his pilgrim hat with his human. and a tiny turkey. and he has friends. there's a mouse and a rabbit. and they have all the fixings. >> the family.
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>> oh, look how cute. >> there you go, everybody. >> i'm so confused. >> there is nothing that you need to know except this video makes people smile. we will continue to the next pod. which is this. in recent weeks, there is a particular song, amy, this is for george now. i'm just going around the table. that's become a "gma" anthem. if you will. and sort of thanks to george. take a look. ♪ turn down for what ♪ turn down for what yeah, you heard it. so -- >> what? >> that was on tape. one person who didn't turn us down, who heard us loud and clear is the artist behind "turn down for what." everybody, here's lil john. come on in, lil john. where are you? >> good morning. >> good morning. >> george, are you happy to see me? >> george plays it every morning when he's getting ready for the show. hi, lil john. >> i'm happy to see myself in
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your teeth. >> diamonds. diamond grille. >> that's something. >> so, guys, lil john heard about us and how we love the song. this has become an anthem for the recent election. and five times platinum. so, everybody, we just want to say thank you for giving us something to get excited about every morning. >> i'm glad i can motivate you. >> trying to get george to dance. >> i'm here, dog. >> come on, george. >> come on, george. ♪ turn down for what >> get up, george. >> this is me get up right here. >> let's go there, george. >> i know what to do. i got you. come on, george. come on, george. get up, baby. come on, george. oh. you ready? ♪ >> if anybody can do it -- >> it's happening. >> it's been done. >> it's been done. >> thank you, lil john.
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thank you, lil john. thank you, man. i believe we have to go to ginger for the weather. and i noi yknow you have to fix >> we have seen it all now. we truly have seen it all now. >> thank you. you don't understand. >> to ginger. we're in on that action. ♪ turn down for what all right, i got the crowd going at least. and george, we are proud, november 18th, the day we will remember. we want to talk, hey. you want to see this. how about this much snow in 24 hours? yeah, that's what some people in western new york are waking up to. look, we have a photo. seneca, new york, right up to the windows. cars are covered. schools are closed in a lot of places. west michigan is feeling the same thing. northern michigan. anywhere in the lake-effect snow zone there. 50% of our nation is covered, as of yesterday morning. and some of those places are getting a little extra. how much extra? on top of what you have, another 3 to 6 inches. we're talksing places like
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holland, michigan. parts of buffalo and watertown, close to a foot plus. >> good morning. i am meteorologist mike nicco with the bay area forecast. after a gorgeous sunrise it will be mostly sunny. mild today. a chance of wet weather starting tomorrow. through saturday. day pattern returns on sunday and monument the warm temperatures do not. upper 60 to low 70 but for the cost is mid-60's and the rain rolls in tonight through tomorrow at the commute and it will be milder and low-to-mid 50's with more rain on thursday, friday night into >> these girls from canada are saying 36 inches? no big deal. you keep that. we'll go inside. >> okay, thank you, ginger. we have to kick off the "heat p index" now. "dancing with the stars" semifinalist, four couples left. tom you chong and peta sent home.
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you are america's favorite. come on out. >> yeah. >> oh, wow. >> whoa. >> they're dancing to the table. i love it. >> hey, guys. >> hi. hi. >> good to see you. >> hi. great to see you. >> great to see you. hi, tommy, welcome to "good morning america." great job. that was great fun. >> thank you. >> hi. >> you made it a lot longer than you thought you'd make it, huh? >> yeah. just getting on the show was a big win for me. >> it was a win for all of us. >> great. >> talk to me about the rumba last night, peta. >> it was so emotional. >> wasn't that sweet? >> it was really nice. >> i thought they were just the perfect characters for us to play. >> she's so -- she's such a good actress. while she was doing that, she's telling me, get that arm straight. >> really, can she sneak them in?
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>> oh, i'm talking the whole time. >> that's fantastic. >> through my teeth. >> everyone wants to know. because at 76, you were the oldest person to last as long as you did, defying all the odds. what's your secret? >> what's my secret? >> yeah. >> beautiful women. >> good answer. >> my wife's a beautiful woman. and my partner is beautiful. >> you have also had another great partner with you every step along the way, cheech ma n marin. he's got a special message for you. take a look. >> hey, it's me. i want to congratulate you on your journey with "dancing with the stars." man, nobody ever thought you'd get this far. congratulations. i'm really proud of you. i watched you every step of the way when we're on tour and you have to dance all day and then do a show. boy, you showed 'em. way to go. i'm really proud of you. >> nice. >> congratulations. >> so he -- >> he speaks good english, doesn't he?
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>> you two are hilarious. >> your partner just said it there, your other partner, that nobody expected you to make it. did you feel that way? or as the weeks went on, were you like, this is working? >> i thought we had a shot at the mirror ball, it tell you the truth. >> love that. >> love that. >> i was going to turn the mirror ball into a mirror bong. >> on that high note, we're going to leave you. and "dancing with the stars" season finale, next monday, 8:00/7:00 central on abc. you can catch all the finalists on "gma" next wednesday morning. the amazing afterparty. >> great job. >> thank you. and move on to the biggest "shark tank" event ever. this is the ultimate showdown. four of the sharks competing against each or. this morning, it's barbara, it's daymond. and they're off. rachel smith is here to see what
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happens when these sharks start biting each other. >> reporter: they are at the top of the business food chain, and now two of "shark tank"'s fiercest competitors are going fin to fin in the "gma" first ever shark versus shark competition. barbara corcoran and daymond john, an entrepreneur and margareting mogul. summoned into battle by robin roberts. >> greetings, sharks, you will go head to head, competing to determine who is truly the biggest shark in the tank. please report immediately to receive your orders and face your challenge. >> you got it, baby. >> gotta hit times square. stat. we're going nuclear on the other sharks. >> just make the turn, come on. >> reporter: the mission, to make as much as money as they can in 45 minutes selling tickets for a new york city tour bus company. each shark is given $100 to spend on five items to help them win over the competition.
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>> yellow ribbon. >> ten kittens. >> yellow balloons. you're going down. >> it's going to get nasty. get out the way! >> reporter: the sharks are each paired with a savvy business partner to help them sell and given 15 miniupts to come up with a sales plan. barbara's strategy -- >> i'm selling. you're backing me up. going, oh, yeah. >> reporter: sell to tourists. p promote a one-time only celebrity tour. and number three, sell happiness. create a party atmosphere. >> put this down by the door. >> crush barbara. >> reporter: cute animals to create crowds. number two, become your own billboard. and number three, donate to a good cause. a couple of kittens from the aspca hop on board to help him out. >> team kitty is number one. >> go! ♪ >> reporter: and they're off. >> see the city, save a kitty. double decker tour right now. >> who looks like a tourist?
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>> reporter: barbara uses flattery to sell. >> charge him 58. nice face. >> reporter: meanwhile -- >> on top of the bus. >> i have a fear of buses. >> i have to go to greener pastures. >> not a lot of tourists. >> 59. is that okay? not for you but for barbara. >> it's up to me? >> 20 bucks. go, go, go, go, go. >> two for 75. >> just two? >> reporter: barbara, stopping at nothing. one minute. >> one minute. hurry, girls. hurry. follow me quick. you'll see when we get there. >> reporter: convinces a group of 70 students to get on her bus. competition is now over. we see you have a packed bus. it's about the money. >> i have no doubt i won. go get the numbers. >> reporter: each team counts their cash. barbara, your team, $540.25. >> more than i thought. >> reporter: your total, $517. >> yes! yes!
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[ crowd chanting ] >> all: barbara, barbara, barbara! >> reporter: in the end, these two sharks are softies. >> i love this woman. good luck in the finals. >> competitive, but always a team. that puts barbara in the shark versus shark finals. tomorrow, robert in the tank with kevin to go shark v shark. and you can see a special episode of "shark tank," that's tonight, 8:00, 7:00 central. but up next, a medical break through. to cure bubble baby disease. children born with no immune system. abc's linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: it's the dramatic deadly disease depicted in this episode of "grey's anatomy." >> am i going to have to live in this bubble for the rest of my life? >> reporter: bubble baby disease, where patients are born with no immune system and must
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stay isolated from germs. for these new parents, it became real life for one of their twins. >> i knew something was wrong. >> reporter: her fear is confirmed. >> it's a pretty rare disease where kids are born and they look fine at birth. but they don't have an immune system. >> reporter: even a cold can be deadly. >> we just -- we couldn't believe it. it was just devastating. >> you just realize that i have a pair of babies. and i'm going to keep them that way. >> reporter: today, most patients go through bone marrow transplants. but the girls don't match. so evangelina qualifies for a trial. gene therapy. they are modified to correct the defect using her own cells, no side effects. ucla's doctor created the treatment over three decades of research. >> it's their own cells. when we transplant them back. it's a perfect match. when it works, they grow a whole immune system and lead normal lives. >> reporter: today she is one of 18 children cured of this disease by ucla.
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evangelina is no longer just alive. she's living. taking trips to the beach, and about to celebrate her 2nd birthday. for "good morning america," lindsey davis, abc news, new york. >> so happy for them. >> great news. >> thank you for that story. and coming up next, keira knightley is here live. and it's almost time for the big reveal of buzzfeed's thanksgiving feast. you won't believe your eyes. >> trisha yearwood too.
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good morning, i'm kristen sze. a new report this morning warns san jose's police force may soon fall to its lowest level in 30 years, to less than 1,000 sworn staff. the report produced by the department said the biggest problem is retaining officers. cuts in pension and disability benefits have taken their toll. traffic has not been easy this morning. let's check in with leyla gulen. >> no, but it's much easier here at the golden gate bridge, although we're starting to see more cars coming in toward san francisco. let's take a look at what's happening in the east bay. we do have an accident involving a couple of vehicles eastbound side of 580 right at central avenue. take a look at the solid red coming through hercules, it doesn't get any better through
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tenth to quarter of an inch in the lower elevations, a quarter to half inch in the valleys and ♪ she's in love with the boy ♪ she's in love with the boy ♪ she's in love with the boy ♪ and even if they have to run away ♪ ♪ she's gonna marry that boy someday ♪ ♪ yes ♪ [ cheers and applause ] well, you know that song. first big hit for trisha yearwood, "she's in love with a boy." brand new album out. we're going to hear from that in a little bit. can't wait. hello, cold out there this morning. >> cold, but a great-looking crowd. and inside, jason se dekis and charlie day are in the social
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square. they are the stars of the upcoming movie "horrible bosses 2." very funny. we will talk to them, but first to amy. >> thank you so much. and i'm here with oscar-nominated actress keira knight lee. she's in the imitation game, mat me tigss who break an unbreakable nazi code and save thousands of lives. she's joan clark, the only woman in the group, getting rave reviews from critics. here's the moment she earns her spot. take a look. >> you finished. >> yes. >> five minutes and 34 seconds. >> you said to do it in under six. >> love a smart woman. keira knightly, thank you for
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joining me. how great was it to play joan clark, a woman who hlds her own. >> there was a woman in the 1940s at the center of breaking enigma code. one of the major breakthroughs in the second world war. astonishing. >> you just won a hollywood film award for your portrayal of joan clark. >> i did. that's exciting. >> there's an emphasis for women, young girls, especially, to get involved in s.t.e.m., science, technology, engineering and math. what can they learn from your character? >> just tooz it. it is shocking how few women there are in the fields. every field. what's astonishing for joan's story, she's fighting for equal pay and a place at the table. >> that's what we're still talking about. there's a scene that i love in the movie where your character allen -- allen -- benedict's
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character is marveling at how joan has to get -- can get people to like her. and she says she doesn't have the luxury of not doing it. women have to be kind and have to get people to like them in order to succeed. do you think that's still true today? >> yes. i'm like a bull in a china shop % that why i don't get my way. we can learn a lot from her. >> in the "imitation game," she agrees to marry benedict cumberbatch even after he tells her he is he omosexual. >> i think it was a meeting of minds. it was a platonic love. but they did love each other. >> and that scene where he basically pushes her out of his life. and you could see the love in her eyes. >> yeah. and you can see the love in his as well. it's a heartbreaking story. >> speaking of love. i know you have found it in your personal life. the last time with us you had
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just gotten engaged to james wright. you have been married more than a year. how is married life? >> all good so far. yeah. it's meant to be difficult. the first year of marriage is really hard. it's been really easy. >> that's good news for the next 40 years or longer. we have a lightning round. >> what does that mean? >> the first thing comes to your mind on a question. >> it's so early in the morning. >> mr. darcy or black spar row. >> mr. darcy. >> i so agree. >> quite surprised that came out of my mouth. >> what was your last purchase? >> oh, this ring. there we go. >> a beautiful one indeed. >> what's the background on i know phone? >> background is my husband. >> that's sweet. in a movie, who would it be? >> benedict cumberbatch. >> i'd like to see that. you're quick on your feet. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> the imitation game opens
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november 28th. and out to ginger. brisk weather. >> i wanted to wish a happy 75th to this woman. your name? >> pat. >> we were saying almost as cold in louisiana in new york city. let's look at the current temperatures. this is the game i have been playing. you are not alone. look, the actual temperature, 40 in jacksonville, 25 in atlanta. even washington, d.c. is sub-freezing. and windchill makes it feel cooler. no worries, some people, your people down in the south are going to be warm up. new orleans, up to almost 70 by friday. >> good morning. i am meteorologist mike nicco. beautiful such rise. high clouds are coming. still, very mild. mid-to-upper 60 at the coast and low 70's for the rest of us. tomorrow this time it will be rainy with another storm on thursday. our third storm is friday night
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>> all right. all that weather brought to you by honey nut cheerios. and i know i have a scream right here. i have been hearing that one all morning. i don't know about you. i think we're going to go inside in just a couple of minutes to the stars of "horrible bosses 2." i love you both. lara. >> yeah, me too. >> hey, everybody. just talking with everybody's favorite working stiffs back in "horrible bosses 2." this time around they decide to start their own business. it goes horribly wrong and hatch a crazy plan to kidnap their investor's son. and here they are trying to create the ran some note. >> tell you what, i hope this doesn't sound cocky, i think we're really good at this. >> we're good at this. way better than murder. >> a lot better than murder. >> we found our groove. >> this is fun. >> glue stick, i'm going to lock this in. >> we are all clear, let's go.
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>> are you kidding me, man? >> here they are, welcome jason sedekis and charlie day. you have had it. you are entrepreneurs and come up with the shower buddy. >> that's our invention. >> shampoo, conditioner, water, blasting it all on your head. you know how it's a pain to get it out of the bottle? hours and hours in the shower. >> this speeds it up. >> right out of the gate you have a scene, i wish we could have shown. it's hilarious. >> that's right. things go a little bit wrong in that scene. >> so wrong they are right. >> yeah. live tv, you know. mistakes happen. >> things happen. let's not re-create that here. i think that would be a mistake. >> i'm not sure if you were upstairs, but we are big fans of shark tank. we would love the entrepreneurs on "shark tank," pitching the shower buddy.
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how might you do that. >> absolutely. >> ladies and gentlemen, this is the shower buddy. >> hate those long showers in the morning? >> oh, yeah, that's the way to do it. start off with a rhetorical question. see, he's the brains. i'm just the brawn. >> can't wait to get out of the house? a rush? >> right. >> i'm sure they're definitely taking it. >> yeah. >> that's it. >> writing a check, i assume. >> give us money. >> here's a brick of cash and some -- >> look, we have an invention, you want in or lose out on this? >> let's go. we have choices. put them in the hot seat. make a decision. >> brookstone's calling. >> in this movie jennifer aniston is back and surrounded by guys. and this time jaime foxx who's hilarious and kevin spacey. what was it like on the set when you guys were not shooting scenes? >> pretty great. and we added christoph waltz and
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chris pine. >> more movie stars. >> that's how you do it. >> to legitimize. >> our producers were all very excited to have you. they loved creating games. and i understand we gave you fair warning. oh, no, i don't have it. yof the card for the game. >> bring the card in. >> we created a game called what's my widget. i don't have the widgets. get them, quickly. eddie is on the run. all right, ready. first widget, you describe what this would be. we made them up. what would the garden vacuum do. go. >> sucks ants and insects out of the the garden to feed the cats and dogs. >> it sucks -- >> what do animals eat in. >> other animals. >> yeah, it sucks the mice out of your garden. >> everybody needs one. the garden vacuum. how about the swimming pool toaster. >> do you love wet toast? but are afraid to electrocute yourself --
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>> then you need -- >> without electrocution. >> two more. the living room monkey. >> it's a great way to -- >> tired of your bedroom monkey? >> need your pillows fluffed? >> need a new monkey? >> fluffs your pillows. >> scared of the monkey. >> i'm afraid to sigh it. but the producers wrote it. how about the bathroom pancake? >> makes it easier to flush. >> smooshes things down. >> it could be anything. >> yeah. >> anything that you flush. >> again, trying to get breakfast and shower and you're like -- >> cuts down time. between that and the shower buddy. >> and a pancake, you're out the door. >> it's unfortunately you don't enjoy spending time together. >> after this, we won't see each other for years. this is it. >> congrats, ten seasons. >> ten seasons.
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>> ten years. >> and jason, baby otis. and this movie. >> i know. >> we're all smiling. it is so funny. hopefully you can see why, everybody. "horrible bosses 2" opens next wednesday, november 26th. and thank you. and please say hi to everybody on the cast. >> okay. we'll do it one by one. absolutely. and coming up, we have our friends from buzzfeed. and they are my grandson's got this blankie that gets filthy but he's got such sensitive skin that you worry about what you use in the laundry so i use new tide pods free & gentle to get a deep clean that's gentle on skin. ohhh new tide pods free & gentle you use tide pods? yeh. that little guy cleans, brightens and fight stains so now i can focus on more pressing matters woo your sweet peppers aren't next to your hot peppers. gasp tide pods three times the stain removal power available at target
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♪ our friends from buzzfeed, skpraichl ryan, have been up against the clock all morning long, putting the final touch on the thanksgiving feast. only using items at a fast food restaurant. it is aaffordable and kind of tasty. >> i think we made it happen. >> check it out. wow. i mean, that -- it's appealing. >> this is our potato medley. assorted potatoes, and assembled decoratively. >> you know it will get eaten. >> i think so. >> and i make a green bean casserole. this is phenomenal with onion rings. >> it's a nice garnish. ties it together. it's a tat tis of green beans can onion rings. >> everybody loves that.
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>> and green beans from kfc. >> actually from asrby's. >> equal opportunity. is this supposed to look like a turkey? >> little legs, and it's supposed to look like a traditional turkey, but it's chicken nuggets. >> and a giant mound of mashed potatoes. >> my kids would love this. >> you and i were looking at this, this is appealing. these are from white castle. >> yummy. >> these are the burgers, and this is your stuffing. >> it's soaking in a chicken soup from subway. and it tastes pretty great. >> better than you might think. >> and the sodium count is through the roof. >> we can eat this. this is dessert? >> that's a mcflurry and an apple pie from mcdonald's. >> nothing says happy thanksgiving more than a mcflurry.
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thank you our friends at buzzfeed. >> great job. >> and rachel and ryan. and you can find these recipes and more fast food thanksgiving items on on yahoo!. trisha yearwood performs live coming up. don't go anywhere. ♪
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and it's great to be here with country super starr, trisha yearwood. she has a new album, "prize fighter," hit after hit. you have old songs and new songs. >> it's been seven years. it's a reminder of what i have done and six new songs. >> and a big night, you gave garth an award last night. >> it was wonderful. he was in great company. i was honored to be a part of it. >> i bet it was. and put the album back up here.
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show those boxing gloves. is it true, sylvester stallone? >> it is true. thank you, sly. i said could i borrow them, he said keep them. i want a copy of the album. >> tell me about it. >> it's an anthem of whatever you're struggling, never give up. i lost my mom to breast cancer three years ago. i guess for me, i feel her spirit in this song. >> we're going to all feel it in a minute. let's go. >> thank you. ♪ ♪ here you are face to face ♪ with your greatest test of faith ♪ ♪ it aint looking good but you wouldn't run even if you could ♪ ♪ cause you know what's on the line ♪ ♪ it's win or lose do or die
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♪ and the swings are coming fast and the punches knock you back ♪ ♪ when you hit the ground you find your wings ♪ ♪ you go one more round when that bell rings ♪ ♪ they say you're done but here you come you're a hammer hitting spitting fire ♪ ♪ prize fighter ♪ when you're sweating from the fear you look it in the eye ♪ ♪ turn the sound of defeat into your battle cry ♪ ♪ stakes are down you're out of luck ♪ ♪ look out you smiling with a shiner standing higher ♪ ♪ prize fighter ♪ ♪ when you seem them shake their heads ♪ ♪ that's when you start seeing
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red ♪ ♪ from your head down to your toes ♪ ♪ you find your glory, strength and hope ♪ ♪ come on, come on comeback kid show them how you never quit ♪ ♪ you're gonna rise from the pain and like a hurricane ♪ ♪ when you hit the ground you find your wins ♪ ♪ you go one more round when that bell rings ♪ ♪ they say you're done but here you come you're a hammer hitting spitting fire ♪ ♪ prize fighter ♪ when you're sweating from the fear you look it in the eye ♪ ♪ turn the sound of defeat into your battle cry ♪ ♪ stakes are down you're out that luck ♪ ♪ look at you smiling with a shiner ♪ ♪ standing higher ♪ prize fighter ♪ yeah, yeah
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thank you, tomorrow, jason bateman and jennifer aniston, both going to be here. >> have a great day.
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good morning, i'm kristen see. some clouds are moving in this morning so when is the rain getting here? let's check things out with mike. >> that's a good question, kristen. good morning, everybody. it's going to be after midnight so today will be dry although we're seeing an increase in clouds. mid-60s at the coast. so this time tomorrow all of us will be wet with hopefully up to a quarter of an inch of rain, double that in our mountains. accuweather seven-day forecast, more rain thursday, another chce friday night and saturday. as we take a look at the bay bridge tolls, it looks like traffic is starting to lighten up just a little bit but we do actually have an obstruction there, a car that stalled just
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past the metering lights and an accident in the north bay southbound announcer: it's "live with kelly and michael." today, from the drama "the imitation game," keira knightley. and from the comedy "horrible bosses 2," charlie day. plus, the nascar sprint cup winner kevin harvick. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by isney-abc domestic television] announcer: now here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪ [cheers and applause]


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