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weather news. also breaking right now, hundreds of thousands pouring into cairo's main square, as protesters call for 1 million people, in a violent showdown with the egyptian military. will it be the second revolution? we're live on the ground. new details on "the people's court" missing mom case, as the search gets desperate. who was she afraid of as she appeared on the show? and we're going gaga. a special tour of her brand-new gaga wonderland workshop with the lady herself. stockings that santa will love to stuff. and something special for her little monsters. >> can put it right on. >> oh. >> i love it. >> she looks fun. >> i really was born this way.
was that a gaga fascinator? >> well, it was a little like that. a little hair bump. don't worry. i brought back gifts for everyone. had a chance to sit down. don't let the package fool you. she is so down to earth. this is a workshop she has. and the proceeds going to her charity, born this way. also this morning, we're going to get into thanksgiving. we know that the prices are going up. we're going to follow up with an investigation that brian ross brought us last week. that's a major egg supplier. that's leading to an egg shortage and could be higher prices in much of the country. brian ross is going to bring us that. >> especially with thanksgiving, it's hurting. and the dancers were enfeugo last night. the final three shimmied their
way in a dead heat in one of the closest showdowns ever. who will take home the mirrorball trophy tonight? carson kressley will be here live. >> it could be anybody. >> it's a toss-up. and carson will weigh in on that. and avril levine in our last half hour. and first, we get to sam and the weather. >> thanksgiving is a good day. between now and then, it's a real mess. and if aaa is on-target with 42 million of us traveling, so many will be snarled in two major storms. one in the northwest. and one for the eastern half of the nation. so, let's deal with that. here's day one. severe storms today, will travel anywhere from texas all the way -- call that arkansas into kentucky. that slow starts to move towards the northeast and then becomes a soaking rain event for a good part of the mid-atlantic and the northeast, with up to two inches of rain coming from boston and new york. that slows down air travel and road travel.
but then, it becomes a big snowmaker for extreme northern new england. and that's going to be more than a foot of snow through there. new york state, vermont, new hampshire, into maine. a soggy time period from now until the first part of the morning on thanksgiving, where it will be a beautiful day. and we'll talk more about that in a second. >> you have to pack a lot of patience to get there. to get to grandma's house. sam, thank you very much. and josh elliott here with other top developing stories. >> breaking news overseas. good morning to all of you. it's being called egypt's second revolution. this hour, a mass demonstration of 1 million people planned in cairo's famous, could would say infamous, tahrir square. today, egyptians are demanding the new military rulers step aside and hand over rule to civilian leaders. throwing rocks and firing tear gas at officers. there's concerns that this
violence will only escalate. abc's lama hasan was caught in the middle of it this morning. >> reporter: you see people are retreating because the streets leading to tahrir square has become the front lines. the army has been firing tons of tear gas. they're retreating. they're wearing gas masks to protect themselves. they called for a million man march today. and everywhere you look, there's people. bottom line is, they want the military to go. they want the military to hand over power, to the civilian-led government. >> lama hasan, just moments ago, in the crowds. there are reports that three americans have been arrested. accused of throwing molotov cocktails at police. no official word from the embassy. we'll keep you posted. a trade deal sparked some violence in south korea's parliament today. one threw tear gas.
the trade deal did pass in parliament. here at home, serious questions after an armed standoff at a colorado air base. they want to know how there a gun was able to be snuck past the guards. the man barricaded himself inside the building for some ten hours. he surrendered without a fight. and this morning, a california teen faces 21 years in prison, after admitting he ki8ed his gay classmate. brandon mcinerney shot lawrence king twice in the head during computer class. he said he was offended how king acted and dressed. and in maryland, surveillance cameras caught a flash mob making a midnight run at 7/eleven. flash mobs are becoming so serious, that some cities are set to be considering curfews and loitering laws.
it won't happen in time for thanksgiving. but congress may be stepping into the fight over airline baggage fees. a louisiana senator has aproposed a bill that would allow everyone to check one bag for free. drit critics say it would prompt airlines to find a new fee. and a new study is debunking the mantra, six degrees of separation. scientists, working with facebook, has developed a new algorithm. math proves it's not six. but 4.74 degrees of separation. >> right here in the center. >> i want to know what a 0.74 would do. my arms and one leg. >> josh, thank you. going to turn to the congressional supercommittee's super failure to reach a deal on how to handle america's exploding deficit. jake tapper has more, now, and joins us from the white house. good morning, jake. >> reporter: good morning, robin. president obama thought that
avoiding being directly involved in the supercommittee's negotiations, he would avoid being blamed for any super fail. well, he was wrong. the midnight deadline passed, not only without a compromise. but with even a last-minute attempt to reach one. bipartisan committee opting to issue a terse statement, before packing it in before dinner time. >> there's still too many republicans in congress who have refused to listen to the voices of reason and compromise. >> reporter: heil the president laid blame squarely at the feet of republicans, who refused to raise taxes on upper-income wage earnings, republicans in congress pointed fingers at him. >> the biggest fact of all, is that president obama, with all due respect, like where's waldo? the president of the united states has been missing. he's been awol. >> reporter: $1.2 trillion in deficit reduction, set to
automatically begin in 2013. draconian cuts to the pentagon budget. >> people that lost their jobs, they can't find work. and in 3 1/2 weeks, they couldn't even bother to sit down together. >> reporter: the president will push congress to extend the payroll tax for middle-class americans, when he arrives in new hampshire today. where mitt romney will greet him with his first tv ad of the campaign. showing candidate obama in 2008, promising new hampshire voters, he'll turn the economy around. the president -- >> it must be my religious faith, reverend. because hope springs eternal. and i continue to believe that at some point, common sense will prevail. and we'll be able to work something out. >> reporter: the white house says president obama will continue to push congress to pass $1.2 trillion in deficit reduction, including tax
increases on wealthier americans and corporations, to avoid those onerous cuts in 2013. let's get more with our friend, trish reagan. we saw the markets fall in advance yesterday. but the most immediate economic impact could come from the failure to extend the payroll tax cuts and unemployment benefits. >> and that's bad news for an economy that's already in a fragile state. you're saying this is great because it will end the extension of the bush tax cuts. it will mean that you'll have all of the deficit reductions. but on the other hand, you have to ask if it's the right time? should we be making the moves at a time when the economy is in such a fragile state? >> that is, for a lot of the deficit hawks. the cuts come no matter what. and the tax -- the tax cuts for the wealthy expire at the end of next year if congress does nothing. so, the burden really shifts,
and the deficit goes down, if congress doesn't act. >> wall street's nervous about this issue because they're saying regardless of what happens in 2013, this is more evidence, more proof, that in fact, there's a disconnect in washington. and it's not functioning as it should. there is a breakdown. everything has become so partisan. and they say to themselves, they're looking at the context of europe right now. they're saying, just exactly how are we going to get back on track, to attack this issue at a time when it's clearly necessary to do so. look at europe, right? that's a great example of a breakdown in the political system at the result of economic stress. >> we now -- it certainly looks like not -- despite the president's hope, that not much is going to happen before the election. this is going to be determined, in many ways, by the voters. >> exactly. that's what it's going to come down to, which makes investors nervous. it's more uncertainty. they're not certain what's going to happen. you and i were reporting on
s&p's downgrade of u.s. debt. that's lurking in the background. >> yesterday, all of the ratings agencies, including s&p, said we're not going to downgrade the u.s. because the automatic cuts are there. >> are in place. true. but it points, once again, to political dysfunction. and we've seen what that has meant for europe. and so, the question is, could that eventually mean the same for the u.s.? are investors going to eventually say, you know what? we don't trust the u.s. because we don't trust their political system. right now, we're the best game in town. but could it eventually get there? >> the investors and voters in the same place. congress at its lowest approval rating ever. >> wall street does not like uncertainty. >> not at all. now, major, new developments in the penn state child abuse scandal. a former fbi director has been tapped to head an independent investigation into allegations against former coach jerry sandusky. abc's jim avila is in state college, pennsylvania, again, with the latest. good morning, jim.
>> reporter: good morning, robin. and there's a revealing interview this morning with the attorney of jersey sandusky, who says his client is the victim of death threats himself. and that twice his house has been bricked. but even though his client is now a prisoner in his own home, even his attorney acknowledges, that could change very soon. jerry sandusky's days as a free man may be numbered. so says his own attorney, joe amendola, who says before a preliminary hearing, prosecutors will add charges from new molestation victims and ask the new judge in the case to jail his client before trial. >> my concern is if they bring new charges based on new people coming forward, a bail is going to be set. and he's going to wind up in jail. >> reporter: in an exclusive interview with abc news, amendola revealed a new part of his defense strategy, claiming sandusky could not have committed the most serious of the charges, repeated sexual
contact at his home, because he was never alone with the boys in a crowded house. >> this house was like a hotel. particularly on football weekends. >> reporter: but a lot of people have sex in hotels. >> you're right. they have sex in hotels. but this is a house. and the house was full of people. and jerry, by the way, had six adopted kids and three foster kids. >> reporter: amendola says if his client is guilty, he should go to prison for life. but says he doesn't believe that's the case. amendola says pennsylvania's governor, who was the attorney general when the investigation began, has the power to arrest sandusky immediately. but instead, chose to leave him on the streets. >> if you believe that jerry sandusky was a pedophile, you have to believe there was a substantial risk, while you were continuing a three-year grand jury investigation, which could have resulted in an arrest, with the first boy coming forth three years ago. >> reporter: here on the campus, the students themselves are
getting a break from the scandal. they're on thanksgiving break. but the university moved ahead already in this break, to appoint louis freeh, the former fbi director, to continue the investigation. and he can look at anybody who was involved in this case. >> all would welcome that. jim, thank you. >> he's a tough investigator. we're going to move on now to a follow-up on an exclusive abc news investigation. brian ross brought us undercover video showing animal cruelty and health violations at one of the nation's egg suppliers. mcdonald's stopped buying from them. and now retailers are cutting off the supplier, too. that could mean egg shortages this holiday weekend. >> reporter: target does have a shortage at their grocery stores across the country because they cut off sparboe out of nowhere, on friday evening after our report. mcdonald's has not had a shortage. other grocery store chains have cut out sparboe, but they seem to have the eggs. for target, it's a problem
nationwide. >> could this lead to higher prices for consumers? >> reporter: the laws of supply and demand seem to affect everything. sparboe is out of the chain. they're looking, scrambling, to find more eggs. >> the fda investigating sparboe, as well. how are they responding? >> reporter: sparboe fired four employs, after our undercover video. and have auditors to change the management and clean up their act. >> they have to get the confidence of the retailers back. >> reporter: that's right. >> brian ross, thank you very much. we're closing in on thanksgiving. it's sorry to say that it's going to cost us more this year. thanksgiving is going to cost everything up from air travel to gas prices, to the delicious turkey and stuffing. analysts say the cost of almost everything is going up. you can help us here, can't you, john berman? >> reporter: i'll try. thanks giving is about family. but if you don't like your family, tough turkey. that's an economic term this year because every other part of thanksgiving, all of it, is going to cost you big.
42 million americans will hit the road or take to the skies this week. if you don't like people, tough turkey. that's up 4% from last year. meet the hypothetical smith family, looking to drive to their feith. that's right. tough turkey. driving might be the wrong way because gas prices are up about 50 cents a gallon from last year. is there a right way? what if the hypothetical smiths are flying. you guessed it. tough turkey. airfares up 10% from last year. >> as you get closer to the holiday period, the travel prices do increase. because it's such a compact travel weekend and travellers are going to be traveling over such a short period. >> reporter: and if the hypothetical smiths need a room, we won't even say it. hotel prices are up nearly 5% from last year. and all of this is before the hypothetical smiths sit down to eat because when they do, they
will literally be faced with -- tough turkey. the farm bureau estimates the cost of the classic thanksgiving dinner is up 13% from last year. including a turkey up $3. pumpkin pie, 41 cents. and stuffing up 2 cents. you might not be able to taste the gas in your turkey. but the rising fuel prices increase cost on everything that gets transported to your store shelves. for the hypothetical smiths, where everyone, knocks the stuffing right out of you. so, what can you do about it? here are some saving tips from some smart people in the business. number one, travel on thanksgiving day itself. traffic is down and usually fares are, too. maybe wait until the week after thanksgiving to get the family together. it's the lightest travel week of the year. and as for the food itself, buy the nonperishable stuff early. the cranberry sauce is probably a lot cheaper in the august, if
you can remember to do it. >> i was going to say how do you keep from being a gloomy guy? you did a good job. >> buy cranberry sauce in august. >> next year. stock up. >> stock up now. thanks, john. there is a little bit of good news right here, sam. >> a little bit. thanksgiving day, as john is saying, george, robin, john, good morning, everyone. thanksgiving may be the best weather-wise to travel, as well. here's what's going on with the storm system in the middle of the country. we have two of them going on. the northwest in the next half hour. this one is in the middle of the country. houston, memphis, to cincinnati, atlanta. this is where the strong thunderstorms are erupting and the rough travel will be. it's a little showery on the east coast for a lot of folks. watch this low make its move over the next 12 hours. it moves up towards new england. that means this zone is going to be snow all the way into new york state, vermont, new hampshire, and well into
maine. and the area south of that will be a mess, with heavy rain. that includes, new york, philadelphia, into boston. damp outgray and there with some isolated stray morning and one of through fairfax county and into the district. northwest of the matter we have rain and lingering in southern maryland but the rain will become more
by lunch time and there after through the night early tomorrow morning. rise throughwill today, into the low to >> we come back in the next half hour. it's the northwest forecast, that 80-mile-per-hour coastal wins, 2 feet of mountain snow, up to 8 inches of rain. that's between now and thanksgiving, as well. >> wow. >> a lot to get to. thanks, sam. coming up, the hunt intensifies for the woman who vanished after "the people's court" appearance with her ex-fiance. now, her mother speaks out. and the bieber baby drama. looks like he took that paternity test. tittering nervously]
>> live and in hd, this is an abc 7 news update. 7:26 this morning. there are calls for tougher laws in maryland, d.c., and virginia. mothers against drunk driving want anyone accused -- convicted of drunk driving to have an their car.ntrol on newschannel 8 will have an in- depth report in a few moments. the intercounty connector is open today. drivers began using the segment between georgia avenue and interstate 95 in laurel.
it will end at route 1 and thetually and you can use road for free until december 4. the icc and other roadways are wet this morning. in deep is very slow around the beltway but no accidents right now. 66 westbound at 28/centreville has a minor crash and here are pictures. you will need to turn your headlights on. montgomery county and -- as a little bit of fog. and some ongoing showers the beltway innd virginia, fairfax county and into the district. widespreadganized untilill hold off lunchtime and thereafter. more showers off to the northwest. temperatures are around 50 degrees and near 60 by this time tomorrow.
ex-fiance. the question is, is there a connection between that appearance and her disappearance? >> it's one of those baffling cases. also, justin bieber reportedly takes a dna test to prove he is not the father of this woman's baby. she has dropped the paternity lawsuit. but he's pressing on. we'll find out why, ahead. also this morning, what will lady gaga do next? you spent a lot of time with her yesterday. and she has a big special coming up right here on abc. a very gaga thanksgiving. she directed it. she starred in it. she did everything. >> she's very proud of it. that's going to be thanksgiving night. i had a chance to go one-on-one with her, to talk about that. and also, a sneak peek of her workshop wonderland, that opened last night. >> looks incredible. >> that's ahead. this half hour, we're learning more this morning about the missing mother who vanished on thursday, on the same day she appeared on "the people's court." it's an unusual coincidence. and matt gutman is in orlando
with the latest for us. >> reporter: good morning, robin. this morning, a new twist. we learned that two years before that very contentious "people's court" episode aired, her mother issued a restraining order against dale smith. he's not a suspect. but he is one of the last person to see her alive. in addition to this infamous kwp people's court" episode -- >> he shouldn't have put his hands on me. >> reporter: michelle parker filed this restraining order against dale smith claim, he smashed the passenger side of his suv. and a fan whose facebook has death, destruction and mayhem. and says, your day is coming. but a judge refused to grant the order, citing a lack of evidence. all that, a precursor to their confrontation on "the people's court," which aired just hours
before parker vanished on thursday. >> and we're done. >> reporter: it's an appearance parker dearly regretted, said her mother. >> she said that was the most humiliating experience of my life. i don't ever want to see it. i wish had i never gone. >> reporter: we're looking at everything. >> reporter: evan stewart says the man focus of scrutiny. >> they searched everything he owned. he's let them in his house. they have his computers. he's with my twin babies right now. his -- my grand babies and his children are where he needs to be. he is crying every time i talk to him on the phone. we're not -- we just don't know. >> reporter: on friday, investigators found parker's suv. then, on saturday, they searched smith's house and a nearby field. but after four days of desperate searches with dogs, in the scrub brush and through canals, no
clues. what's your biggest fear right now? >> my biggest fear is that michelle is being held by someone. and that god knows what's happening to her. and her safety. you know, she could be drugged and laying up somewhere and doesn't know where she is. that's my biggest fear. >> reporter: robin, with no evidence so far that she's been abducted, experts who are involved in the search are telling us it's turned into an recovery operation, spread over the entirety of orange county. that's over 900 square miles. robin? >> thank you. joining us now with more on the case is "gma" legal analyst, dan abrams. the mother of the family, what to think and what to do. right now, they're standing by the ex-fiance. >> that's incredibly important for him. both in the investigators and in the court of public opinion. imagine if they weren't, right? he appears on "the people's court" with her. there was a restraining order request made. et cetera. everyone would be saying, come on.
must have been him. with the family saying, we don't think so, that really does change the equation. but with that said, even if -- the fact that this was the ex, means the authorities would have been looking at him anyway. >> and he is the last one to have seen her. >> absolutely. >> also another reason to talk to him. >> there's no question they're going to focus on him. they need to rule him out first. >> that restraining order. police have to look at that. even though she was denied the restraining order, it had to set off alarms. >> absolutely. and in conjunction with the fact they have this humiliating, public battle on "the people's court" hours before she disappears. if this was a random crime -- >> which it could have been. >> could have been. it would be one heck of a coincidence that she appears on national television, in a contentious battle. i don't think it necessarily means he was involved. but someone he knows, or someone who saw it.
with that said, to think this is possible that this was a random occurrence, absolutely possible. but something that would be a real coincidence. >> it's so frustrating, dan, because there's so many different scenarios as you point out. >> it's really important for the authorities to rule out everyone. they want to rule out everyone immediately in the possibility she fled. the family says, no way. and they're probably right. but the authorities want to be able to take it off the table. they want to say -- you heard the mother say how humiliating this experience was for her. they want to take that off the table. they want to be able, most importantly, i think, to take the ex off the table. and then, you start looking at the possibilities of a random crime. >> hopefully, they get some sort of break very soon. they need it. >> the key clue for now is, disappearance, the last time she was seen, and a text message. >> thanks, dan. we're going to turn, now, to the case of the missing toddler.
his mother may have been the last person to see the little boy. neal karlinsky has the details. >> reporter: they are the many faces of julia biryukova, a picture-perfect mom, mixed with these surveillance photos. police say these images of julia is what she looked like the morning she claimed she ran out of gas and left 2-year-old sky alone in her car. while police haven't called her a suspect in the disappearance of her son, they have questioned her credibility. police are also reviewing her only public comments since that day. these exclusive e-mails, calling her husband sadistic and deceptive. pushing abc to review her divorce documents. it seems no one is looking for the truth. she or someone using her account writing. everyone is eating up what my former husband is alleging. missing in all but one e-mail,
any mention of the search for sky. >> the thing that jumps out at me about the e-mails is what is not in the e-mails. limited numb were of words, they tend to be passive. she wants to blame her husband. >> reporter: and then, there's her behavior. not talking to police. and nowhere to be seen at any of the public searchs. >> anytime someone is not coming forward and expressing a desire for us to help find her child, it certainly leaves us with, what is really going on with this person? what are they really trying to hide? >> reporter: her husband, solomon, had this to say after seeing the e-mails, in which she also accuses him of something something to do with sky's disappearance. >> it's surprising. there is no there's no -- what she does, or what she thinking. >> reporter: even now, as the search continues, police believe sky's mother holds the key. for "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, seattle.
>> this is a strange one. let's get to sam champion. >> hey, everybody. as promised. here's the northwestern storm, pounding weather in the northwest today. from that oregon and washington coastline, as well. this is driven on a powerful jet stream because of the la nina situation. the storm is stronger than normal. you're going to watch what normally is a showery situation, turn into about four inches of rain. mountain snow, i may be underdone here. i'm going one to two feet. it could be three feet of snow. and the snow line is going to change. that means there's going to be avalanche warnings. this is a rough time the next couple of days. here's where the heaviest rain is going. there's where the big storms will fire today into the deep south. and we're watching the a few spotty showers this drizzle andrwise fog and misty out there. become morel widespread by lunchtime and
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his promise to take a paternity test. and andrea canning is here with the latest on where things stand. >> reporter: good morning, george. he did promise many times he would take that test. scandal has been weighing on justin bieber over the last few weeks. he clearly wants to put this behind him. but it doesn't seem to be over just yet. ♪ >> reporter: his alleged bonus baby momma may have dropped her lawsuit. but justin bieber has reportedly gone full-speed ahead with his promised paternity test. >> first up, bieber's are you my baby's daddy? >> reporter: the test was said to be taken under very controlled circumstances friday. >> the allegations were still out there. people were always going to wonder if it's possible. this is going to be conclusive ed. >> reporter: in this "extra" interview, bieber and his manager explained why he continued to take the dna test. >> just because she did it, we don't want it to make it seem like it's okay for everyone to
say, justin had my baby. or -- >> we've never even seen the lawsuit. we're going to get ahead of this thing and go right after it. i think it's important to hold people accountable for their actions. >> reporter: he's following in the footsteps of famous stars who fought back, like keanu reeves that took a paternity test in 2009. in 2007, chris rock was cleared as the father of a 13-year-old in georgia. not all claims are bogus. that same year, eddie murphy lost his case against melody brown. >> one thing that every heartthrob risks are the unfounded claims. people saying they had a one-night stand or a tryst. >> reporter: it's now yeater's move, who had no comment on the pop star's latest actions. her momma drama may not be over just yet. bieber has vowed to sue her over claims he fathered her 3-month-old son. >> they will vigorously pursue
all remedies to clear justin's name. >> reporter: at the american music awards sunday -- just 48 hours after taking the test, bieber had his girlfriend, selena gomez on his arm, and seemed to be in a good mood. a mood that will be closely watched. as it seems now, all that's left, is the waiting. justin's people wouldn't confirm to us he actually took the test. only saying arrangements had been made. yeater's attorney told us he doesn't have confirmation the tests have been taken. and he reminded us that dna from one party is not sufficient to make a paternity determination. meaning, she has to take that test, too. >> if she doesn't take it, that says a lot, as well. coming up, josh has our "play of the day." and "dancing with the stars." what does carson kressley think? is ahead. [ female announcer ] ornaments are not for decorating.
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here's "the play of the day." >> this is a good one, as long as -- well, it's real. behold the raw, powerful, destructive force of a couple of toddlers. >> what is that? >> that's flour. that's one five-pound bag of flour. and if you listen to her shock. 3-year-old zach, 1-year-old andrew. >> andrew? >> it's so funny when it's not you. >> well said. >> they didn't cheat themselves. that's a lot of flour. and we push it. do you think it's real? >> no. >> i read the note. and i think it's real. i think what you're looking at is shock. >> we talked to the mom. she said, i can see how you would think this wasn't real. >> it's all over the place, though. >> why would you go that distance for a joke?
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j.r. and karina, what a dance they had. first, look at those lifts. is it enough to win? rob is actually in the lead right now. carson kressley, cheering for everyone. >> go, carson. go, carson. >> we'll have him weigh in a little bit. he's getting on a plane with all three finalists. they'll all be here for our half-party. that's some plane. >> good times. all tomorrow morning. ♪ >> i think it's the jazz hands. and jazz hands. > also, thisalf hour, looking forward to sharing my interview with the lady herself, lady gaga. this is her wonderland workshop at barney's here in new york. >> she turned it into a fairy tale there. >> overload of the senses when you go in there. also, she's going to -- you know the grammy egg? some of her favorite books.
we'll share a little tour of that. she's also going to talk about her thanksgiving special, that's thanksgiving night here on abc. her first television special. so personal. so intimate. so beautiful and special. >> so very gaga. >> "a very gaga thanksgiving." you know, the side dishes, we love them so much. he does them better. there's emeril. cooking up stuffing. lots of really good food, that's guaranteed to steal the show. a lot of fans waiting for a live performance by avril levine. first, let's get news from josh elliott. >> call for 1 million people to march in cairo's tahrir square, to demand military rulers hand the government over to civilian
leaders. at least 29 people have been killed thus far. meanwhile, president obama says he will continue to pressure congress to cut the defic deficit, despite the failure of the so-called supercommittee. he wants to approve tax cuts that are going to be cut. but republicans are fighting the plan to raise taxes on the wealthy to pay for it. exclusive, new details this morning from the defense in the penn state sex abuse scandal. former coach jerry sandusky's attorney, tells abc news that he could not have abused boys in his crowded home. he claims that sandusky had such a large family he was never home alone with the alleged victims. penn state has chosen louis freeh to head up the investigation. an ohio man is in court this morning, charged with trying to boiesen customers. he went to if big boy, where he worked.
another employee saw him, and called police. he admitted to having a delusion that he should kill big boy patrons. a brazen attack caught on tape. a woman walking with a red bag. and four others come running in, kicking and punching her. people walking by, doing nothing to stop it. police are hoping witnesses will come forward now to help track down her attackers. meanwhile, some encouraging new figures at the gas pump. prices are coveraging$.34 nationwide, down 7 cents from a week ago. but as john berman informed us, prices are 50 cents higher than this time last year. an finally, off they go. on the wayward waterfowl beat. this is new zealand, where 49 penguins are heading back to the ocean. from where they came. a little tlc. >> and sweaters, right? >> and there they go.
the others are waiting to join them in the coming days. >> they look so happy. >> happy feet. happy feet. got the pop news? >> i do. good morning, everybody. and good morning to you. "twilight" the hottest movie in the world. and soon, bella's wedding gown will be the hottest on the racks. designed by star favorite, carolina herrera. you can sink your teeth into the looks for less. alfred angelo was given permission by the film's maker to re-create the dress, down to the tiniest details. cost, $799. and it arrived in stores yesterday. jessica simpson, still has a few months to go before she has her first child. the 31-year-old, a great incentive to lose the baby weight? like $4 million worth. "us weekly" reporting that simpson is in talks with weight watchers for a one-year deal to lose a, quote, significant
amount of weight after giving birth. she would then show off the results in ads and commercials, like the fabulous jennifer hudson. she may be gorgeous and funny, but jenny mccarthy apparently can't find a good men. she says she has taken to match.com to find love. she is looking for a, quote, nice guy, between 35 and 48. josh. she prefers it not be someone from l.a. check, josh. jenny says she doesn't mind if you don't have a full head of hair. but you better have a job. check and check. >> oh, yeah. >> trying to be matchmaker here? >> yes. this is lara.com. if you guys are online, looking her up, don't bother. she has an allii alias. some nice guy is going to get a
surprise. >> thank you, lara. let's get outside. always the proper. let's get outside to sam. sam? >> good -- thank you. good morning. now, josh, would you take a moment to read this sign. tell me your name. >> katie. >> katie and -- >> justine. >> it says, will you marry me. but then, it says will you marry us. at the risk of sounding cable show, can we just pick one? >> it was me first. >> no. >> yes, i did. i did. >> sam, tell them yes. >> josh just says yes. all right. so, let's move on. as we get to the boards, one or two things we want you to know about today, as you get ready for your thanksgiving holiday. a lot of travel willing happen between now and thanksgiving day. let's show you what's going on in washington, d.c. this morning. with some foggy skies, fogging up the camera at the abc news
bureau. here's a look at the fog and the travel today. birmingham, to atlanta, to washington, to cleveland. all of this rain is during the day today, along the front. tonight, into tomorrow, it's new york city, philly, boston. these are your airport travel slowdowns for the day tomorrow. tomorrow is a very busy day. look at the red. and that's where there's likely to be airport delays because of bad weather. the northwest and the east coast involved in that. here's a look at your map for the day today. that brand-new system moves into the northwest. gets towards san francisco during the day tomorrow. violent storms in the southeast today. and showers in the northeast. but it will become messy. and even a big snowmaker for new england tomorrow. a few spotty showers out day with aart the fog the rain will widespread and more today by lunchtime and thereafter into the afternoon
and evening. 50 degrees now and slowly rising the upper 50's this continues to warm sunset. mid 60's.low to clearing out by thanksgiving >> we're live in sometimes times square, under the giant josh elliott head. back to you, lara. >> thank you, sam. and thank you, josh. here's a look at what's coming up on our "gma morning menu." they pulled out all stops last night the ballroom. but who will pull out the grand finale? and robin's one-on-one with lady gaga. wait until you see her gaga workshop. it's everything a little monster could hope and dream of. plus, turkey. easy.
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kmart. smart ♪ carson -- josh, what's the answer? >> carson, sure. everybody. a cable show has broken out. >> look at his eyes. >> that is one good-looking couple. >> it's something. >> it is something. >> we will come back to carson in a little bit. it's finals time for "dancing with the stars." there's three couples left. the freestyles were a frenzy. the biggest surprise of all, at the end of the night, dark horse, rob kardashian, at the top of the leaderboard. and carson is ready to weigh in.
but cameron mathison is ready to weigh in on last night. >> reporter: it all came down to this. the finals. >> i love ricki and j.r. but i have to do whatever it takes. >> reporter: and he sure did. the dark horse, rob kardashian, topped the leaderboard for the first time, when it counted. ♪ while rob and cheryl started slowly with a waltz. ♪ it was their freestyle that earned them raves. ♪ and their first perfect score of the season. >> 10. >> you picked on the right time. >> gotten a perfect score in the finals with a freestyle just blows my mind. >> reporter: ricki lake and partner, derek hough, went steamy with their first dance, the cha-cha. >> you've never been hotter. you've never been sexier. >> reporter: but ricki's real breakthrough, her fun freestyle dance. ♪ j.r. martinez and karina had a
tense dress rehearsal. and got off to a rocky start with their cha-cha. but they battled back. their high-energy freestyle wowing the crowd. ♪ leading to the night's second perfect score. >> karina's body and your talent. >> we felt good. and i wanted to redeem myself. >> reporter: three stars leaving it all on the floor. for "good morning america," this is cameron mathison, in hollywood. >> let's get more from carson kressley. is it mr. kressley? elliott-kressley? i don't know. >> we'll figure it out later. you predicted it. did you believe that rob was going to be on top? >> well, you know, call me nostradamus of the ballroom. i did think that rob was going to be the highest-scoring dancer last night. i did think from the very beginning, i think j.r. and
ricki have been real athletes. real pros with their dances. and rob has been the dark horse. but he consistently gets better every week. and last night was his night. he really nailed it. >> with his freestyle. that's really key. >> and the judges seem to take a shine to him last night. before we leave rob, i have to ask you about the kardashian family in matching outfits? >> i know. they were all there on the front row, supporting rob. and everyone was, like, wearing black and white succeed does, even kim. it was like, hello. >> j.r., judges seemed tough on him in that first dance. >> i think they have high standards for j.r. he's been a great dancer from the very, very start, that anytime he makes a little bit of a bobble, they're overly critical. his first dance footage that we're seeing right now, maybe
wasn't perfect. but it he nailed it when it was time for the freestyle. >> he did. that was an amazing dance they brought at the end. so much energy. >> yeah. it was -- you know, i was there, you know, watching it live. you could see this footage right here. there are moments where their lifts were so athletic and crazy, i was like, ow. my groin hurt just watching it. it's so crazy. there we go. that was the moment when i was like, are they doing yoga in the air? what's going on here? it was unbelievable. it was the last song of the night. >> i was watching my daughter. she wanted one of those hoodies that karina was wearing. what did you think of the costumes overall last night? >> i thought they were pretty great. i particularly liked ricki and derek's costumes from their freestyle, the black and white. i love that derek had no shirt on. that's a given. >> you're going to get josh
jealous now. >> i know. that's all part of my plan. >> i'm not letting it go. >> the dance card is filling up now. >> i'm sorry, too, josh. but i'm worth it. >> meanwhile, ricki's just solid. straight down the line. can she pull this out? >> you know, from the very beginning, i thought ricki would be one of the real contenders in this moment when she burst through her old picture. it shows how much she's transformed. not just physically. but he started out great and got even better. i thought her freestyle was fantastic. >> i was surprised she didn't get a ten, as well. you're going to be dancing tonight, huh? >> i am, yes. i make my glorious return to the dance floor. >> and? >> and, there's going to be some surprises. i can't give too much away because everybody needs to watch tonight at 8:00.
yeah. it should be interesting. tune in. >> okay, nost calm muss, who is going to win? >> i am. >> you're going to win? >> right now, it could be anybody's game. psychically, i feel like j.r. has the best shot at winning. >> okay. i think i agree with that. >> that's just me. >> we'll see. carson, thanks very much. we'll find out who the winner is tonight at 9:00, 8:00 right here on abc. and tune in tomorrow for our "dancing with the stars" after-party. all three finalist couples, plus carson kressley in times square. which one do you think will win? vote using the "gma" app on your smartphone. we thought lady gaga was going to be the wild one. let's get to my one-on-one with lady gaga.
always so passionate about her charity, her fans and thanksgiving. she tells us about her family's traditions, and other things close to her heart. including an extraordinary, new exhibit after owl things gaga. ♪ welcome to gaga's workshop. ♪ can't read my >> reporter: it's 5,500 square-foot wonderland for all dangers inside barney's new york. candy, books, toys and more. all inspired by the iconic pop star for her charity, the born this way foundation. this is magical. i feel like a kid. you come in here, lady gaga, and you're happy. tell us how this all came about. >> we received a wonderful e-mail from barney's, asking if we wanted to do a collaboration for christmas.
and part of the collaboration with barney's has been centered around giving 25% of all of the gifts sold to the born this way foundation, which is my mother and i's charity. the charity is focused around inspiring bravery and kindness in youth all over the world. it's an organization centered around anti-bullying. and my mother and i are passionate about that. >> i want everyone to go around the room and say one thing their family makes at thanksgiving for dinner. >> reporter: lady gaga is also passionate about another product, her thanksgivings special, that will air thursday on abc. i was amazed when i heard you directed it. >> yeah. >> reporter: tell us about it. >> i've been doing videos now for a wheel. and working with some amazing people. so, i acquired sort of a wide pala palate, in terms of what i'd like to see visually. it's been exciting for me to
direct this abc special. an also, to direct the music video, for "direct the night." >> reporter: you will blow people away. whatever directed this, i want to hire them. >> i'm available. >> reporter: after christmas. >> after christmas. >> reporter: what have your holiday traditions? >> i love being with my family. we love the eat and eat all day long, with my grandma. and watch, you know, whatever tv special is on. and watch old movies. and talk about the year. i really love giving gifts. i love giving gifts more than i like receiving gifts. so, christmas is one of my favorite times. >> reporter: you have your family on the road. and then, your family at home. how important is it to have that time when it just -- just kicking it. with your sister and your mom and your dad and your grandma? >> they're never gone, my other family. the little monsters. they're never gone. they're always there.
even if they're not outside the house, or calling -- my father refuses to change our home phone number. so, the phone is just ringing all day long. an it's fans. and whenever i'm home, he gives me the phone. i'm sure we're going to get lots of calls now on christmas day. but the phone's always ringing. he goes, hold on. it's alecia from tennessee. and then, he hands me the phone. i'm like, hi, alecia. it's really you. it's really sweet. so, they're never really gone. ♪ been a long time since i came around ♪ >> reporter: and if you can't catch her little monsters on the phone, lady gaga's sure to grab her attention with her cutting-edge style. you look fantastic. >> where are my manners? you look spectacular. >> reporter: you never disappoint with your style, and your grace, and your elegance.
>> thank you. i'm very happy. this is a real christmas moment for me because this is my first custom chanel. when i was getting dressed before coming to barney's, we were saying, it's like a new groove. it's perfect. >> a lot of women are going, yes. you even got to my co-host, george stephanopoulos. did you hear about halloween? >> oh, no. >> reporter: he's your alter ego. george stephanopoulos, pretty straight-laced, buttoned up and everything. >> i know who george stephanopoulos is. >> reporter: this is george as your alter ego. >> oh. are you going to get -- i just want to make sure that's in there because that's really fabulous. >> reporter: live. >> i like that it's complete
with the jamison, neat. he even got the style of the drink right. >> reporter: so, you approve? >> i wildly approve. very american of him. >> gaga-approved. >> forever, george. >> i need another jamison now. >> her special is thursday night here on abc. coming up in the next half hour, we'll take you on a tour of that workshop. wait until you see it. good morning at 8:27 of this tuesday. preparation are under way in
washington for the gop debate at constitution hall tonight. we will have an in-depth report minutes onn a few newschannel 8. a last-ditch effort is to raise money to save the university of maryland teams. university announced it is its 14 sportsof money.o save toletes said they will try tose millions of dollars save their sports. for a list of the teams on the chopping block, go to our website wjla.com. here is lisa baden with a check on traffic. it has been complicated this current you will find it creek parkway accident between pssachusetts avenue and street. crash out of stafford on northbound 95 close to 610. pedestal going to cost you extra time. we will take the lead to the
traffic on the outer loop near colesville road with delays at the greenbelt. it is a very gray, damp, and foggy day to day with temperatures slowly rising into upper 50's and even into the low 60's by tomorrow morning. afteratures will rise sunset. rain south of the beltway. showers across the region now but the wider view rate is becoming more organized off to the west and into town.ove showers throughout tonight, and the first part of the day tomorrow. we will be back with another at 8:56.te
♪ if you love me if you hate me ♪ ♪ if you say to me baby, baby ♪ avril lavigne. people have been waiting for her all morning. and she will perform her new hit, "wish you were here," in our fall concert series. >> fans this morning. emeril's outside. we're counting down to thanksgiving. he has a big turkey there. but he's going to have some signature sides coming up. what a holiday week. i love this crowd here. it's a special energy when it's a holiday week. >> and it's a short week. >> that, too. and a little more of my conversation with lady gaga. her outfits inspire fans around
the world. and now, her little monsters can have some of that style, too. thanks to the workshop here in barney's, in new york. and she gave us a personal tour. ♪ i'm on the edge of glory ♪ >> reporter: if lady gaga is on the edge of glory, then, her workshop at brn barney's in new york, is glorious. a faes for the eyes. a spectacle for the senses. beyond superstardom. >> it's jewelry. sunglasses. here's a whole press-on nail section. >> reporter: we are kids in a candy store right now. >> this is for you. >> reporter: i love you back. with 25% of proceeds going to her born this way foundation, this is pure gaga.
>> this is the queen shows from "the bad romance" video. these are outfits i've worn in the past. this is my crystal dress. this is my bubble dress. and here's my telephone cookie. ♪ i've had a bad day you can be my guest. >> reporter: there you go. >> you can do beyonce's verse. if your child is a big fan, you know what little monsters are. and you can get a becomes of little monsters. >> reporter: it's not just little monsters that can find something here. even me. i got something from the makeover from the fairy god mother of fashion herself. >> it looks pretty. >> reporter: i've been eyeing this leather jacket. may i? >> yes. >> reporter: it feels like, you
put it on -- >> and you instantly feel cooler, don't you? >> reporter: you do. >> i feel the same way. >> reporter: here, you find everything from clothing, that will be simple stocking stuffers. can i show them this, please? >> that's the egg. and i'm on the inside. like at the grammys. >> reporter: yes, people. people are going to put this in the stockings. of course, they will not be going in any ordinary stocking. >> this is a stiletto stocking. >> reporter: there's never been stockings hanging like this ever. >> only around my chimney. >> reporter: and shoes, you're my height. >> these are on display here through an exhibit. you can see some of the things here. >> reporter: this is influenced by all of her walks of life. it seems like it's the evolution of you. >> i wanted there to be something for everyone.
and something that are affordable. and some things that are more special. >> reporter: i know as a child, your mother had influence here and let us know the books that you read when you were growing up. >> these are some of my favorite books. they are special editions for this special workshop. and it has this inside. gaga approved. >> reporter: what would you have done as a 5-year-old, walking into some place like this? >> i don't know. everything had my face on it, i probably would have freaked out. probably. ♪ this is my favorite. and i hate to see partial to one particular thing. but this is my favorite. >> reporter: this is hot. >> this is the her bow section. ♪ i was born this way >> you look so cute. >> reporter: i feel like -- i love this. >> she was born this way. >> reporter: i was born this
way. i really was born this way. ♪ i was born this way, hey >> she is so down to earth. so approachable. so giving. and 25% of the proceeds from all these gifts will go to her born this way foundation, that she recently established with her mom. >> you have the whole thing. >> she put it on me. i did bring back gifts for my friends. >> thank you. >> and it's at barney's. it will be until january 2nd. >> and the egg. >> i love my press-ons. you have fabulous taste. >> also, one of a kind, her very gaga thanksgiving special, that airs this thursday night, 9:30 p.m. central, right here on abc. the girls are going to love this. >> can i have that? >> all of that. >> love it. sam, you better get in here fast, sam. or everything will be gone with this group.
>> nothing left for you. >> he's not going to hear anything. >> good morning, you guys. we're all kind of watching you here in times square. how are you doing? tell me your name. >> i'm paige. >> thank you. an awesome holiday crowd. let's show you what's going on on the weather board today. twitter and facebook pictures.i great shots from missouri and maryland. here's the problem today. you want to be in a position for thanksgiving, what day do you leave? today, from houston to new orleans, to birmingham, to memphis, cincinnati to atlanta, strong to severe thunderstorms. that pushes on east, into new england, for the following day, f we will have rained becoming
organized and widespread day today,the tonight, and into the first part day tomorrow. it will clear out tomorrow night. snow. >> we are live in times square. i'm watching emeril get everything ready for the cooking and thanksgiving. >> side dishes. stuffing. >> all of that weather was brought to you by conoco phillips. robin? and avril lavigne coming up. and also, stuff that dreams and a[ dog barking ]ming up. mom!
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you cannot forget them. to me, that's what makes the meal. >> stuffing or dressing? >> i say stuffing. >> stuffing. >> in the south, we say dressing. corn bread dressing. my mom makes portuguese dressing. >> let's get this going. >> i could have done hilda's and we could have done traditional. we're going to start with a little bit of butter. >> all right. >> we're going to add some onion. and a little celery. really, this is just traditional. >> so far, i'm with you. >> salt and pepper. season them up. and then, we cook this down. now, that's exactly to the point, lara, where we're at right here. about six to eight minutes, you see right here. now, we're going to have already-browned sausage. i'm using sweet, italian sausage. >> it can be spicy?
>> it can be spicy. walnuts. you can use pecans, almonds. fresh parsley. and sage. >> it's starting to look like stuffing. >> now, we have the bread over here. we are going to take three eggs. we're going to crack them. so, we got three eggs. and a little -- like a quarter-cup of cream. then, what we're going to do -- you whisk those. >> thank you. >> and then, what we're going to do, is take chicken broth. >> apparently, you want me nowhere near the food. >> i do. i do want you. you're coming up next. >> all right. >> right in there. >> it's not 100%. >> that's great. all right, josh. whoa. hey. all right. >> you're bringing that in h> so, you mix that. and the great thing with the stuffing, is you have to let it
soak a little bit. let the milk and the eggs and the -- exactly. you're going to put that in a casserole. you're going to bake that, 375 degrees. here's the great thing. degrees. here's the great thing. you can do this the day before. >> i feel it has more flavor hen when it sits overnight. >> let's do another one. this is walnut butter. you let this melt down. and we're going to take kale. and like spinach, it starts with a lot. but it finishes less. okay? so, we're going to cook this. salt and pepper. that simple. how do you make the walnut butter? take a food processor. toast them a little bit. unsalted butter. salt and pepper. >> is this your alternative to the green salad? >> this is good for you, too. let's talk about the salad. >> yeah. >> you're in?
so, i took pears. right now, they're very seasonal. roast them. you can core them or not core them. just roast them. and you can see, i have roasted pears, with endive. crumbled blue cheese. i'm using an american maytag blue cheese. you can use roquefort. and the pomegranate seeds. it makes an awesome salad. we have kale walnut butter and posted walnuts. and awesome stuffing right here. you can get all of the recipes on our website. >> goodmorningamerica.com at yahoo! >> yahoo! >> you don't even need the turkey. >> emeril's -- [ cheers and applause ]
♪ i want to have you near here for our fall concert series. avril lavigne is here. she has a hot, new single, "wish you were here." first, let's say hello. >> hello. >> i know from your tweets, this is a very early morning for you. >> eat's pretty early. especially in the time of rock 'n' roll. i have been to the studio and stayed up until 6:00 in the morning. i got two hours of sleep. but so happy to be here. >> you're not taking a break. you just finished a tour. and you're already back in the studio. tell us what you're working on. >> i've been working with the runners. and i'm writing. i'm still kind of on tour. in february, i go back to japan
and southeast asia. i've been all around the world this year. "wish you were here," it's the ballad off this record. i'm excited about this one. >> one more question. the thanksgiving day parade. are you excited? >> yeah. i'm pretty excited. i'm going to be performing on a float in a parade. i've never done anything like that before. but i have my winter coat. it's going to be good fun. >> sam says it's going to be a beautiful day. but let's hear "wish you were here." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i can be tough i can be strong ♪ ♪ but with you it's not like that at all ♪ ♪ there's a girl that gives a ♪ ♪ behind this wall you just walk through it ♪ ♪ and i remember all those crazy things ya said ♪ ♪ you left them running through my head ♪
♪ you're always there you're everywhere ♪ ♪ but right now i wish you were here ♪ ♪ all those crazy things we did ♪ ♪ didn't think about it just went with it ♪ ♪ you're always there you're everywhere ♪ ♪ but right now i wish you were here ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah what i'd do to have you ♪ ♪ here, here, here i wish you were here ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah what i'd do to have you ♪ ♪ near, near, near i wish you were here ♪ ♪ i love the way you are it's who i am ♪ ♪ don't have to try hard we always say ♪ ♪ say it like it is and the truth ♪ ♪ it's that
i really miss ♪ ♪ all those crazy things ya said ♪ ♪ you left them running through my head ♪ ♪ you're always there you're everywhere ♪ ♪ but right now i wish you were here ♪ ♪ all those crazy things we did ♪ ♪ didn't think about it just went with it ♪ ♪ you're always there you're everywhere ♪ ♪ but right now i wish you were here ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah what i'd do to have you ♪ ♪ here, here, here i wish you were here ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah what i'd do to have you ♪ ♪ near, near, near i wish you were here ♪ ♪ no, i don't want to let go i just wanna let you know ♪
♪ that i never wanna let go, let go ♪ ♪ no, i don't want to let go i just wanna let you know ♪ ♪ that i never wanna let go, let go ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah what i'd do to have you ♪ ♪ here, here, here i wish you were here ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah what i'd do to have you ♪ ♪ near, near, near i wish you were here ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
[ cheers and applause ] thank you very much. good luck with the new album and the tour. and tonight, the voters -- the viewers have spoken. they think it's j.r. look at this. 65%, j.r. martinez. followed by ricki lake and rob kardashian. and everyone will be here tomorrow. >> even carson kressley. he's coming on the flight. please, join us for that. and thanks for watching abc news. we're always online on goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! avril, thank you again. i like this blinged out microphone here. >> have a great day.
>> live and in hd, this is an abc 7 news update. good morning to you at 8:56 and this tuesday. have a commuter now to tell -- metro is planning significant track work this thanksgiving weekend. will deploy additional buses on the 5a route which serves dulles airport. there will be additional buses b30 route. marion barry will hold its
annual turkey giveaway today. this year, he will be joined by two renowned boxing professionals. the turkeys will be given away at noon in temples baptist church in southeast washington at 9:00. morning, make sure you your headlights on as you out this morning. our live delays our springfield get to alexandra with a crash way at eisenhower moved onto thes shoulder. we'll go live to a picture of loop traffic leaving the legion bridge to get to pike with a crash effort old georgetown road. which is on the shoulder. virginia, it is faulty. it is a gray, damp and dreary. rain will become widespread
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