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these friends playing pic pictiona pictionary. she says they have been been friends eight or nine years. their game nights are pretty intense because everyone is competitive. >> daylight. >> moon. >> day. >> sunday. >> a new day. >> a new life. >> a person. someone is pregnant. >> right, yes. but day pregnancy. >> day baby. >> day baby. >> now we've got day baby. >> birthday. birthday. really? >> sunny side up. eggs over easy. >> is it something to do with like the constellations.
>> no. >> born on a day. >> pregnant, belly, baby bump. >> burrito belly. >> the sun. >> what's going on? >> you're pregnant? >> yes. >> what? >> what? >> what? >> she's pregnant already. >> i don't get why -- >> just a pregnant person would have been enough. >> do we get the point? are we the winners now? >> no. >> i still don't know what the sun means. i don't get it. >> maybe the sun is coming up on a new era of their life and the baby. >> it makes no sense. >> it doesn't matter. she's pregnant. congratulations. >> surprise.
>> congratulations. y police are extra steps to protect that big thanks giving day parade. security alert remains in effect throughout the presidential inauguration in january which will attract thousands of spectators. a kansas water slide where a 10-year-old boy was killed is now set to be torn down. he died in august of a neck injury, and investigators are looking into what happened there. the water slide was the tallest in the world. a california convenience store is asking an owner there asking himself why did he do this? here's a video of an armed robber holding up the store monday, and then that's the owner making a takedown. the fight moved into the street as you can see where the two men wrestled, and the suspect pulled another gun, and eventually the
would-be thief runs off, and the owner was not injured. >> oh, that could have been worse. four years after the fact, the ncaa says notre dame must vacate 21 football victories from the 2012-13 seasons. ending with them in the championship game that they lost to alabama. the reason for the sanction was academic misconduct orchestrated by an athletic trainer. notre dame says they will appeal the penalty. i wonder if that includes victories over boston college. a rivalry there. just a little bit. >> yeah. >> too many of those to take back. soccer fans had to sit through what just might be the most bizarre delay ever. grounds crews had to paint over the lines of both penalty areas because they were too narrow. >> the team in montreal moved the mls eastern conference semifinal match in toronto to a stadium to accommodate a larger krou crowd, but they noticed it was
not the right size and delayed the game 40 minutes. >> perceptive referees. >> it is, but amazing it took that long to figure it out. >> i wonder how? i used to play soccer, and i can't imagine picking up on that. them, again, it's another level doing it every day. very cool. >> i watched soccer once every four years. does that count? >> no. you get no points for that. coming up, perfect touch for your thanksgiving feast. >> if pumpkin or apple is not your thing, what about sweet potato? you're watching "world news now." "world news now"
that's awesome. >> the domino? his name is domino. he went on to great hits such as pumpkin pie, apple pie, cherry pie, pecan pie. >> you name it. >> americans will finish off dinner with a slice of pie or two. >> and this morning, we are checking out how to make a sweet potato pie that gives patty a run for her money. joining us now from our insomniac kitchen. >> we are kicking off the holidays with the best, joy the baker, who is showing us how to make her amazing sweet potato pie. >> yeah. >> and this is one of your dad's specialties, right? >> my dad's specialty. i think that it was kind of a third sibling in my family. my dad makes it every year. this recipe, and so -- >> can we make it? >> yes. thank you, dad. >> yes. >> so we're going to start by making a pie crust from scratch.
so it starts with flour. we got flour, sugar, and salt. just add a little flavor to balance the pie crust so it doesn't not taste plain. i added the sugar, and throw in some salt for balance, and then to that, i'm using butter flavored shortening. this is half a cup of shortening. >> okay. >> now to the fun part. we take the pastry cutter and work the ingredients to the. do you have the confidence? >> i think i can do it. >> you got the wrist action, and i'm going to pour in butter milk. >> oh, okay. >> i'm not going to add the whole thing, but about after of this, and just mix it all together. and i'm going to dump this on to the counter. i'm going to knead this together, just suggest that this become a disk.
>> okay. >> this is going to chill for an hour, and when it comes out, the liquid will be a little bit more absorbed, the shortening will be chilled. so our pie dough rested in the fridge for an hour. we're not going to roll out the dough in one fell swoop. start in the center and even slightly press down and rock back and forth and rotate the dough and do it again. i think we have a good shape. now we have to get the beautiful pie crust into the pan. so while we make the filling, i'm going to put this in the refrigera refrigerator. >> okay. >> i just want the shortening and buttermilk to rechill, and we'll go from there. sound good? >> sounds wonderful. >> these have been boiling? >> they have been boiling until they are soft. brown sugar. >> brown sugar. >> cinnamon, nutmeg. >> all mixed together in. >> mixed together.
and then just this. >> what is it? >> it's corriander and a pinch of salt, and we're adding butter too. >> you want to match these? >> some buttermilk. this is evaporated milk. >> oh. >> yeah. i'm going to spread these eggs into this bowl and just mix. vanilla too. i'm going to add the remaining ingredients. let's just pour it into our -- hold the bowl, and i'll -- yeah, thank you. >> great. >> let's do it. let's bake our pie. >> how long does it bake? >> 45 minutes. >> our pie is ready! >> our pie is done. >> should we dive in? >> dive in. go for it.
>> this pie is to die for. try it. thank you to joy the baker and happy thanksgiving to you. >> thank you. >> you hear that, she said -- >> oh, my -- i did. >> you're a liar! >> put it in your mouth! >> i never had -- >> oh -- >> one, two, three! >> awesome. >> that is great. you know, deb never eats pie, so, deb, i know you want pie. >> kendis, he didn't eat -- you still have some here. >> oh, map. eat this pie! >> eat it! oh! mash it in there! >> victory! >> oh, man! >> never thought i'd force feed my coanchor.
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finale for season 23's dancing with the stars with all original contestants back out on the dance floor and several performances. including this season's contestant, vanilla ice, and baby face bringing the holiday spirit. ♪ sleigh bells ring >> reporter: but it came down to the three finalists and the dance with 24 hours to rehearse. first up, the indy race car driver. >> i can say more than this, i wish i could dance like you. >> reporter: then the former nfl star known as megatron, calvin johnson, jr. >> you make us happy and want to make us dance. >> reporter: finally, going into the score with the highest score, hernandez. >> this was your best dance ever. if i have a daughter, i want her
to be like you, okay? >> reporter: the host revealing the third place celebrity. >> calvin and lindsey. >> reporter: then the big moment, the dancing with the stars champion. >> laurie and val! and it doesn't end here. the finalists head overnight to new york where they will appear first thing on "good morning america," kendis, diane? >> very fun. still think james should have won. >> i know. you were rooting for james. he's a race car driver so you don't expect him to be able to dance. such a beautiful dance. >> he flat lined. >> she was fantastic. >> he flat line. >> not on the dance floor. >> no, that would be me on the dance floor. (narrator) attention medicare beneficiaries.
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this morning on "world news now," grieving families recall warning signs. >> learning more about the driver, his past behavior on and off the road, and why parents thought there was a problem before the tragedy. we have a full report from the scene. on the move, one of the busiest travel days of the year. everyone hoping to get home for the holiday. there are major trouble spots we're tracking right now. a live report ahead. giving thanks for one mother's ultimate sacrifice. the woman who lost her son, but gained a brand new extended family touched by his final act of organ donation including the recipient of a ground-breaking face transplant. our cameras there for the emotional reunion. >> stressing about prepping the big meal? don't worry about it. it's nothing a done can't
handle. how it helps in the kitchen or not so much. it's wednesday, november 23rd, it is thanksgiving eve. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> good morning to you all. we start with the latest from tennessee learning more about the driver arrested in a deadly school bus crash pap. >> last night balloons released to honor the five children kill ranging from the age of being from kindergarten to fourth grade. >> meanwhile, the police say walker, the driver, was involved in a collision two months ago. here's more from chattanooga. >> reporter: good morning to you. 12 children are still here at the hospital, six in stable, six still in critical. their bus driver is still in jail charged with vehicular homicide, and police say more charges are likely. a community gathering to pray and grieve together in chattanooga after five children including 9-year-old jones died
in this horrific crash. new details outlined in court documents allege the driver of the mangled school bus was speeding, causing walker to lose control, serve left and right crashing into a pole and a tree. >> a horror story, just totally tragic scene, and we saw the children, some of them, escaping through the roof hatch. >> reporter: one of the boys on the bus said the driver did not help and just walked away from the scene. >> everything just started turning, like the bus turned twice. >> reporter: some parents are concerns. >> there's been times he's going faster than he probably should have. >> reporter: ntsb investigators from d.c. are now in tennessee to get to the bottom of this. >> the totality of the situation, we'll try to determine what caused this and try to make recommendations to prevent it from happening again.
>> reporter: reviewing a warrant issued to remove the black box and video cameras from the bus for clues, and they are also awaiting blood test results from the driver. >> with the children still recovering here, we are now learning that 24-year-old only got his license to drive that bus in april and just two months ago, he was in another crash which ntsb officials said they are looking into as part of the investigation. kendis, diane? >> elizabeth, thank you. a lot of questions left to be answered in that case, but severe weather is said to cause severe travel issues today. >> travelers in the midwest and northwest are most likely to see weather-related delays today. we'll get the forecast in just a moment, but it's also going to be crowded out there whether you go by road or air. look at some of these highways scenes there, oh, the memories. >> already? >> we are joined now with that story. >> too early for that much traffic already. >> absolutely, but i mean,
today's going to be a bad day, no matter how you're traveling, but there's good news and bad news. thanksgiving travel hits a nine-year high according to aaa. that means more people getting out and spending the holiday with family, good news, right? with all that comes those traveling headaches. if you're not already at your holiday destination, you may end up wishing you were. if you're planning to drive today, you could see the standstill traffic jams. aaa estimates 43.5 million americans will drive at least 50 miles. the worst day is today to get behind the wheel, and the big concern today is weather moving in this morning making driving worse. slick roads from minneapolis to new orleans. winter weather advisories issued in minnesota and wisconsin with snow in areas where state troopers already responded to more than 200 wrecks following the first blizzard of the season. if you are driving, experts say get on the road before 10:00 this morning for the best bet to avoid traffic.
if you're flying, that same system brings rain to chicago, a major traffic hub, and storms in memphis and south of houston and travel delays there. at the airport, the tsa says two hours early, but factor in traffic on roads if you drive to the airport, and any weather that could slow you down so that a lot to plan for as you head out, but a big payoff -- >> i'm tired already. >> the turkey. >> i have not had the tofood, b the road looks festive with the red lights. >> absolutely. >> thank you so much. great to have you here. >> we did not see the map that showed a lot of weather-related problems right in the midwest. it means delays in the northwest as well as in the midwest. >> accuweather's cam tran has the forecast for us. cam, good morning. >> good morning, diane and kendis. those heading out on the busy wednesday could run into delays in the pacific northwest thanks to rain as well as the midwest as a storm system moves on
through bringing widespread rainfall from chicago to cleveland and louisville. watch for delays there. in the north, it's cold enough it's snowing, in duluth and minneapolis. slow go there. for the holiday itself, it's looking good, green means go. other than delays in the pacific northwest and northeast. back to you. >> thank you, cam. breaking news from detroit where another police officer has been shot. the wayne state university officer, colin rose, is fighting for his life at this hour after being shot in the head. officials said rose was patrolling an area offam pus when the attack took place. a perp of interest is in custody and is being interrogated. rose is at least the fifth officer shot on duty across this country just since the weekend. the suspect charged in the ambush-style fatal shooting of a san toep owe police officer got married the day after the attack. all of this according to court documents. it appears that otis may have been trying to keep his wife from having to testify against
him. the d.a. says any conversations before the shooting would be admissible. funeral services held for the murdered officer next week. a post-election surge for stocks as three averages open at record highs this morning. the dow starts above 19,000 for the first time ever. it's closed at a record high six times now in the two weeks since donald trump's election. markets are closed tomorrow for thanksgiving and will close early on friday. also on the economic front, a federal judge blocked a new requirement for 4 million workers to get overtime pay. the obama administration sought to raise the amount of money workers could make from nearly $24,000 to nearly $47,000 before being exempt from overtime. 21 states challenged the rule, and a federal judge in texas pushed the effective date back as he awaits a challenge to the rule. so many try to find different uses for drones, and, apparently, this person found a
unique use for his drone. >> yeah. anyone looking for a creative way to prepare your thanksgiving meal? >> there it is. >> the drone peels potatoes and carro carrots, a creative use there. when it comes to mixing things, though, this is a deep fryer. stay away from the deep fryer, right, so the drone is a good way to handle that. chopping, though, did not go well. you can see there's the final plate. >> oh, yeah. it looks just like a hot mess. >> not the neatest. >> it looks more like the after than the before. >> i do like the deep fryer method, though. >> i do like that as well. >> would be a good creative way for those who don't like the kitchen but like gadgets to help you help you. or go outside and play with the drone to get out of your way. separating the ceo away from the commander in chief. >> donald trump said in the campaign if elected he couldn't care less about his company, but now the growing conflicts of
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vacation in florida, they landed last night with the future first lady and baron. a sign that the holiday will include work on the transition team. in the meantime, trump is taking a moderate stance on the controversial positions. in an interview with the "new york times" trump no long r appeared interested in prosecuting hillary clinton saying it would be devisive for the country. on climate change, he now says he has an open mind. a break from previous remarks that it was a hoax. trump is backing away from advocating for water boarden, disenvowed the white nationalists who celebrated his election, but denied that steve banon is racest, defending him, in his words, as a decent guy, treated unfairly. >> mr. trump faces another controversy on how he plans to untangle potential conflicts of interest between business and office. >> keeping a distance from
inside the white house could be nearly impossible for him to do. abc's brian ross investigates. >> reporter: with growing concerns how he continues to push the business measures, donald trump told the "new york times," the law is on my side. the president can't have a conflict of interest, but throughout the campaign, trump pledged to leave the business empire behind. >> if i become president, i couldn't care less about my company. >> reporter: in the two weeks since the election, trump took the time to meet with the indian developers of two trump towers in the country who posted this picture and then took it down. he complained to a british politician about eyesore wind turbines near his golf course, and he's boasted his brand is now hotter than ever. his daughter, ivanka's jewelry company trying to cash in on "sixty minutes" to sell the line of $10,000 bracelets. since then, trump included his daughter in a meeting with the japanese prime minister as she prepares to take over his company, which already is
seeking deals in asia. trump defended that saying, if it were up to some people, i would never ever see my daughter again. he has investments in 18 countries around the world, and now advisers fear the president-elect is creating conflict. >> you're going to have foreign entities and governments offering sweet heart deals in hope of favorable actions from the president of the united states. >> reporter: there are no questions whether trump, as president, take actions to help a huge jer ran bank that loaned him plrn $300 million. trump used the money to design a golf course in florida and build hotels in chicago at his new one in washington. but deutsche bank is also now the target of two major investigations by the u.s. department of justice facing a possible $14 billion settlement that could imperil the bank and affect trump's loans. a democrat is calling for a special prosecutor to ensure the
justice department does not back down. >> there's a clear conflict of interest between donald trump's personal business interests and his public duties, in fact, the public trust. >> reporter: donald trump said in theory, i could run my business perfectly and run the country perfectly, adding there's never been a case like this. there is no law that requires a president to sell off his business interests or put them in a blind trust. mr. trump said he'd like to do something to address concerns, but is suggesting he could still be involved in the business in some limited way, and there's nothing legally to prevent him from doing that. brian ross, abc news, new york. >> all right, thanks. coming up, the ground breaking space transplant. >> the donor's mother meeting the recipient for the first time. the emotional encounter next. you're watching "world news now." "world news
one year ago, a firefighter badly burned in the line of duty endured the most extensive face transplant ever attempted. >> this morning, we're witnessing the tearful first encounter between he and the mother of the donor. we're up all night line with abc's juju chang. >> i believe we have -- >> reporter: it's been more than a year since nancy lost her son, dave. >> come on, mom. >> we were really close. it was almost like twins. >> reporter: raising him as a single mother. their tight bond forged while they traveled the country, working together at craft fairs, but it was his love of bicycles that brought him to new york,
flying through the airings that's david at a red bull's concert race in 2014. >> you can't think about it and just go, go, go. >> reporter: a year after winning the race, he suffered a head injury in a bike accident while riding home from work. he was not wearing a helmet. after clinging to life for three weeks, nancy made the heart breaking decision to let him go. ? it was all meant to be somehow. i think he knew. >> reporter: dave chose to be an organ donor and a perfect match forever a surgery 15 years later. the volunteer firefighter and father from mississippi ran into a burning house searching for survivors when the roof collapsed. he was lucky to survive. the fire robbed him of his scalp, ears, and nose and eyelids and lips were also gone.
>> take off your ears for me please. >> reporter: desperation led him to nyu's medical center. the pioneering surgeon in the emerging field of face transplants had been looking for the perfect patient, and pat was the one. it takes 12 hours to remove the donor's face, and in operating rooms across the city, four other patients prepped for life saving operations, and among those saved on this day, two young boys, and a 58-year-old woman all desperately waiting for transplants. every day, 22 americans die waiting for a life saving transplant. nationally, only 50% of eligible adults are registered as organ donors. >> it's been more than a year? >> yes. >> reporter: it's been a tough year for nancy while she was grieving her son's death, she was also battling cancer. now nancy is going to meet the people whose lives were saved by david's organs, including pat.
one by one, they came down the stairs. >> hi, my name's nancy. >> i'm nancy. >> reporter: three families now intertwined with nancy's. >> when i knew you were a firefighter, i knew you had the strength to go through it. >> i had no hesitation. >> look at your face. look at patrick's face. >> beautiful. >> you are beautiful. the best day of my life was the day david was born. this is the second best day of my life. >> what an amazing experience there, and david not only donated his face, but also his heart, liver, his kidney, bone, skin, corneas, so saved quite a few lives. >> a great way to celebrate thanksgiving, if you're not an organ donor, sign up for it. more than 120,000 people in the u.s. on the waiting lists waiting. >> one person can save several
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time now for the mix, and coming up on thanksgiving, many look forward to sitting around the table with family -- >> good times, yes. >> some of you maybe are not looking forward to sitting around the table with family, but twitter users are trying to help those who fall in the latter category with a hashtag of how to avoid politics at thanksgiving. >> will be tough this year. >> some of the highlights? just say wrong in response to everything they say. >> mom, what do you think of trump? >> wrong. >> okay. that works. >> that should go over well. tell your family you have a girlfriend, art of distraction. another says, just don't go. i don't think that's going to get you out of the dog house, though. >> and then -- >> the ones i found -- make sure you make pot brownies for dessert, and as soon as somebody
starts talking politics, start singing bohemian rhapsody. >> we're at different parts of the song. what do you think of trump? ♪ he's just a poor boy from a poor family ♪ >> like, what, what are you talking about? obviously that would be a distracti distraction. we know cat videos -- oh, i'm jumping the gun here. >> that's okay. >> i want to get to the cats. >> you know how when you can ride your bike or go for a run, your gps on the nike app or different apps, they can kind of follow you around and make weird objects. mine have been quite interesting. >> i don't do either activity. >> normal people do. there's one person in san francisco on a 50 mile route in san francisco, all to be able to line out a turkey. that is awesome. he started at the castro, and
then he went to the finish line in central park in san francisco they took the route for their fourth year in a row. >> cool. looks like it was drawn on an etch-a-sketch. i'm dating myself. i like that. and so back to the cats, right? >> yes. >> we all know cat videos are popular on line, but now cat photographs are making the rounds, and these come from david in the u.k. who recreated movie scenes with his cat. there's win from e.t. we've got another one from alien. >> oh, god, that poor cat. >> there's also that real alien versus the cat, doing the job there. oh, the shining. >> here's johnny. >> perfect. >> and everyone remembers that really iconic scene from ghost making the pottery. >> yeah. >> well, the cat got in on that too. >> forget drones. this is how dominos is
good morni . this morning on world news now. travel getting tricky. the mad dash is looking to beicalbe ical complicated by a new storm system. >> and donald trump is softening his stance. hear why he's backing off a threat to hillary clinton. and the turkey's not even defrosted yet. the race is already on for black friday. >> door buster items already on sale. we'll show you the deals you should jump on now and those you can wait on. and the coronation ceremony is complete. we have a new champion, but it was a champion we thought would always be. the couple who took home the
mirror ball trophy last night, a complete wrappup and the skinny, it's wednesday, november 23rd, vanilla ice, ice, and rick perry. >> on the ones and twos. ♪ >> yes. ♪ from abc news, this is from abc news, this is world news now. >> anything less than the best is a felony. >> come on. >> we were getting into the ice ice baby. >> she's like, really? can i go back to d.c.? this is really kind of awkward, but, good morning. good wednesday morning. it is the day before thanksgiving. the big story. >> speaking of ice, ice baby. >> hala. >> we're talking about the severe weather. nearly 50 million americans hit the roads. storms will make for unsafe conditions in the northwest. we'll have the full forecast a little later, but another big
concern is the volume of travelers who will pack those roads and airports. >> she's a little bit embarrassed to be with us. >> dun, dun, dun, dun, dun. >> you can put that on in the car. >> wherever you are traveling this weekend, you could expect to run into some of those traffic jams, even playing some vanilla ice jams and travel delays we all associate with the holidays. but some areas like the midwest and parts of the south will likely be worse with up to five inches of snow and slick roads as millions of people head out. >> reporter: winter weather advisories and weekend travel woes. that's what many can look forward to as travel for the holiday is expected to hit a nine-year high. as usual, whether you're preparing for takeoff or taking off on the roads, experts
predict today to be one of the worst. tsa hiring new officers and hiring new k-9 teams. >> focus is on-screening operations hour by hour at the top 30 airports. >> reporter: faster security lanes rolled out in new jersey, chicago, and l.a.x., just in time for the holiday. >> we've seen very happy faces. we're seeing people coming through much more efficiently. >> reporter: but that could be offset by the weather set to take the mid of the country by storm. look at this. winter weather advisories for parts of wisconsin and minnesota which could bring inches of snow. that same system packing a line of heavy rain and storms through arkansas and tennessee. that could mean delays or cancellations at airports from chicago to new orleans and slippery roads as millions prepare to travel. this picture from l.a. showing jam-packed traffic as the holiday weekend gets under way. >> so you may get to your
destination, and after thanksgiving dinner, the most important thing is taking home leftovers, right? if you fly, you can stuff stuffing, turkey, even your favorite my your carryon. unfortunately, mashed potatoes, anything you can spill has to go in the checked. >> what about with the clips on it? >> good luck, if tsa doesn't take it. >> she's going to start the challenge right there, green beans, tomatoes, potatoes. clams, yams. >> no mashed potatoes. >> thank you. she was going to be back tomorrow, but. >> she may be out of play tonight, having nothing to do with the travel schedule. >> many are going to be on a plane, and it could be a rough travel experience. >> we have cam tran with the forecast. >> it will be slow going for travelers heading to the west
and pacific north west thanks to rain, and we're looking at major delays thanks to a storm system bringing in widespread rainfall from chicago to cleveland, all the way down to louisville, wap out f -- watch out for major delays. and travel delays in minnesota. watch out there. as for your thanksgiving holiday itself, it's actually looking very nice. in the pacific northwest, we are looking at rainfall. in the northeast, we are looking at dreary and cloudy conditions, and that's going to be the case for those of you heading out black friday shopping as well, we are looking at rain for the northeast. >> the city of chattanooga, tennessee is trying to heal after the crash that left five dead. balloons were released in their memories. the children died when the bus flipped after hitting a tree e the victims have not been
identify. three w three were fourth grader, and the youngest was in the kindergarten. one woman saw the crash up close. it crashed in her front yard. >> the kids were screaming so loud. just tear your heart out. >> the bus driver is being held on more than $100,000 bail on vehicular homicide and other charges. he was involved in an accident only two months ago. authorities in philadelphia are trying to figure out who sent a package that exploded, seriously injuring the recipient. the man opened the package thinking it was medication. he suffered injuries to his hands and face. the incident was not terror related, but it does appear the victim was targeted. after today's marathon meetings, president-elect donald trump is taking a brief break. they arrived in palm beach last night to spend thanksgiving at
his mira lago home. he is softening some of his most extreme campaign promises, such as bringing backwater boarding and prosecuting hillary clinton. he now says he doesn't want to hurt the clintons. former new york city mayor, rudy giuliani is backing whatever decision trump makes. >> there's a tradition that after you win an election, you sort of put things behind you. i also would be supportive of continuing the investigation. >> giuliani is still being considered for the secretary of state job along with mitt romney. and ben carson could be tapped as the next head of housing and urban development. he's been offered the post along with other cabinet positions. now last week he said he prefers serving as an adviser, but he's making it clear that he's open to any request from the president-elect. there had been some talk about biden taking over the lead of the dnc, but his spokeswoman
says the vp isn't interested in the job. she says he does plan to play deeply involved in shaping the party's future. and the vice president may not be the dnc's man, but he's still the man when it comes to some die-hard fans. he stopped and gave an impromptu speech at a thank you uncle joe rally. he told a cheering crowd of about two dozen people that serving them has been the honor of his life. >> he has been fun to watch. >> thank you uncle joe rally. it was a day to honor 21 americans with the honor the medal of freedom. >> she made it to the stage. by that point everything seemed to be going pretty smoothly. >> but here's what she posted beforehand. they haven't let me into the white house yet because i forgot my id. #not joking. everything was sorted out, and ellen was allowed inside moments
later. >> send a tweet out to 60 million plus followers who will help verify your identity a little bit. plus the #not joking. so means it fact checks the story and it's definitely correct. >> can you imagine the secret service getting that call, sorry, i'm being honored, but i don't have any id. we're going to have more from the medal of freedom ceremony, including michael jordan and the badge ffan in ch. >> we are getting a jump on black friday deals, we'll tell you where the best bargains are and where you can hold off. you're watching world news now. world news now weather brought to you by life alert. (achoo!) you can pick up the flu
that's spooky. what is it? >> ooh. >> this is from a dash cambi police, reporting a fireball blazing across the night sky in florida, this from monday night. >> that's bright. >> yeah, it is. the flash of light could be seen in most of the state. astronomers say it is probably a bolad, that is an extremely bright meteor that sometimes explodes when it hits the atmosphere. there's no word on where it or pieces of it landed. >> a bola, can use that in a sentence today. black friday is on friday for many retailers, but for some it's already on. >> for many of this year's hot holiday items, it still pays to wait. here's rebecca jarvis.
>> the new rules for that black friday bargain hunt. when to buy and where. >> black friday isn't a single day. it's every day till christmas that you'll find deals. >> reporter: amazon, best buy, walmart and target already rolling out the deals, like this tv now $580. more than $1,000 off. and at best buy, more than $250 in gift cards with your purchase of an iphone 7. how do these compare to store discounts? >> you should expect them to match. they have to slash the prices to make it worth it. >> reporter: for the top deals on tvs, toys and phones, they recommend waiting until thanksgiving and yomd and using camel, camel, camel and price blink which flags the best deals
when you shop. around this time of year, you'll be getting a lot of e-mails it outing special offers from our favorite retailers. our experts say you can ignore them. they're not the best deals. rebecca jarvis. when we come back, new stars crowned. and the big baby anousment from adele. "world news now"
♪ skinny ♪ so skinny it's skinny time, starting with the newly crowned champions of "dancing with the stars." >> so last night's two-hour part two season finale reunited all of the contestants as well as knockout performances, tom bergeron and rick perry performed on stage with vanilla ice, ice baby. >> love it. i love seeing the old contestants come back. >> yes, and you remember why they got voted off. >> oh, maybe sometimes. it's safe to say last night's dances were perfect across the board. literally, everyone got a perfect out of 40, including this dance. they dead a foxtrot and a viennese waltz.
and the quickstep and jive kept them alive until the bitter end when they were announced as the runners-up. >> however, you can probably guess who's taking home the mirror ball trophy. they won it all with the argentine tango. >> it was rigged from the start. >> well, you know, she's an olympic gold medallist. i'm saying that gives her an advantage. >> i'm so grateful to even be here. it's an honor to be able to get the mirror ball. i hope through this crazy journey, whether it's gymnastics, dancing or anything in the future i can inspire others. >> wow, finally got bragging rights in the household. >> so the olympic gold medal lit went on to tell kids her age, doesn't matter what age you are, you can do anything. >> there are advantages to being a gymnast, but she was also the youngest person in the competition, and that, at times, she said was a struggle for her.
a good role model either way. and stay tuned for season 23 cast reunion later on good morning america. >> the one we thought should have won said it was very well-deserved for her to win. >> she was fantastic. a little whoopsy happened on camera, look at that. cameraman falls on the ice. and you see val rush over and leaves lori there to try to help the cameraman out. everybody was kind of little startled by it. they came back on camera after the commercial break, and tom said, well, that he obviously slipped and that he's nursing some injuries back stage. the ice did cause quite a bit of problems last night. >> yeah, it was a surface that was meant to look like ice, right? but i guess moisture got on the floor and it ended up being incredibly slippery. next, to the new details surfacing about the medical emergency that landed kanye west
in the hospital. >> the 911 call was placed by his personal physician after he reportedly suffered a psychotic break down at the home of his personal trainer. >> west's doctor was so afraid that the rapper would hurt first responders, including police that he even put west on what's called a 51-50 hold, which allowed him to forcibly admit west to the hospital and handcuffed to a stretcher. >> he remains in the hospital and is being treated for sleep deprivation, exhaustion and dehydration. >> it happened just hours after he canceled the remaining tour. days after a rant on the weekend. we haven't heard much from the kardashian clan or any official statement. >> it was an event honoring their father robert kardashian, but kim kardashian was not there. >> hopefully they're there trying to take care of him. >> and fans are tweeting out
the #pray forri kanye. and adele finished off her north american tour in phoenix, the last of more than 100 shows. and just before leaving the shows announced, "i'm going to have another baby." >> the british singer is a mother to 4-year-old angelo with her partner simon who surprised her with a colorful banner when she got home reading "mummy, you did it." >> she will continue her live toward through march. which makes you think that she's not necessarily pregnant now. it will come to a close in auckland, new zealand. once this tour ends, she's taking a five-year break to focus on her family. >> so when she said, "i'm going to have another baby", she just meant in the general future. at some point in time. >> at some point. >> we think. >> or maybe just the act of
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now in kids chewables. ♪ ♪ ain't no mountain high enough ♪ ♪ nothing can keep me, keep me from you ♪ >> i can just picture her in central park, the rain coming down, but she is there for us, singing it all, diana ross. it is one of the most remarkable collections of americans. >> from diana ross to bill gates and michael jordan. they've been bestowed the nation's highest civilian honor. >> reporter: before the ceremony began, robert de niro and the gang, ellen degeneris tweeting this, the mannequin challenge inside the white house. ellen, bill gates, and the boss pointing there. diana ross, michael jordan in
the crowd of honorees. ellen once getting the president to dance on her show. the president had ellen in tears. >> today, every day in every way, ellen counters what too often divides us with the countless things that bind us together, inspires us to be better, one joke, one dance at a time. >> wiping away the tears, a hug from robert de niro. then it was his turn. >> his characters are iconic, the sicilian father turned new york mobster, a mobster who runs a casino, a mobster who needs therapy. >> they were the musicians, diana ross still reigning supreme. her trademark beauty was there, bruce springsteen honored too. >> i am the president. he is the boss. >> reporter: and who stands taller than the president? kareem abdul-jabbar, offering a little help to the president.
and michael jordan. >> there is a reason you call somebody the michael jordan of. michael jordan of neurosurgery. or the michael jordan of rabbis, or the michael jordan of outrigger canoeing, because michael jordan is the michael jordan of greatness. he is the definition of somebody so good at what they do that everybody recognizes it. >> all right, our thanks to david muir for that report. and the president also said something else about jordan, that he's not just an internet meme. >> beliewe've all seen the cryi jordan, and there you have the real crying jordan at the white house. it's the real thing. the crying jordan square. >> july, 1983.
making news in america this morning, the holiday rush already under way. highways packed and the airports are filling up on one of the busiest travel days of the year. the weather is making things worse in some parts with snow, rain and ice. trump's transition is on hold for the holiday. overnight the president-elect touched down for florida or in florida, rather, for thanksgiving but not before meeting with "the new york times" where he retreated on some campaign promises. caught on camera the store owner who refused to be a victim fighting off an armed robber. and champions in the ballroom. the "dancing with the stars" finale wraps up with the best performances yet so who took home that coveted mirror ball trophy? good morning,
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