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the hours after the attacks, picked up by friends who he begged to take him to brussels. the attorney for one of them telling abc news, abdeslam was picked up just after the attacks ended. the two friends noticed what may have been a suicide vest beneath a large coat, but they managed to breeze through three separate checkpoints. after arriving in brussels, he told other friends he was
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former baby-sitter is accused of kidnapped a little girl. police say she was snatched in the middle of night by 21-year-old abigail hanna, the girl's family reported her missing friday morning. she was found alive naked and bruised. the toddler has been reunited with her family and is in fair condition. no word yet on the motive on that alleged abduction. in california, five people are safe today after escaping from a burning boat off of venice beach in l.a. the mother of the child clutching her baby, jumped into the water before rescuers dove in and carried both of them to safety. the boat owner saying the fire destroyed the boat in a matter of minutes. >> two minutes, two seconds. we just got time to -- >> no one onboard was wearing a life preserver. and finally, a texas rodeo-style showdown in the
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check this out. police dash caption rolling as officers trying to corral this run away cow. the bovine weaving in and out of traffic. crossing some busy intersections. leading cops on a 30-minute chase. after cornering the cow with two police cruisers, officers reaching for their lassos, finally able to wrangle the animal. the cow is now safe and fusing to answer questions until it gets a lawyer. always good advice. >> i thought this was going to be a chick-fil-a commercial. >> i didn't know cows were so nimble. >> i also didn't know that police in texas carry lassos. >> lassoing is harder than it looks. have you ever tried that? >> have you? >> yeah. i used to do it with my chihuahuas, to see if it worked. it never worked well.
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the chihuahuas won. they're very nimble. >> can you rein in this conversation? >> settle down, cowboys and cow cowgirls. you mentioned l.a., some video there, winds are high there. santa anas are gusting. even a marine for paddle borders and kayaks. near the canyon gaps, you can be blown out to sea. vegetation is still very dry, so fire dangers are going to be high there. before this storm comes down and cool things down. this is significant, monday, tuesday into the pacific northwest, snow levels may drop down, from seattle to portland and snow levels, the cold winds
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you could see 6 to 12 inches. >> back on the rodeo theme, we're talking about swaddling babies -- that's hog tying a calf. >> no, swaddling is comforting a little child. >> is that easier? >> swaddling is much, much easier. >> and very effective. >> really? >> yes. like little baby burritos. and coming up on "good morning america" -- the search for the gunman caught on camera. shoot a hero med student who was trying to help a woman being mugged. the big reward to catch him. "good morning america" is brought to you by wayfair.com. a zillion things hom
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ell chime] ting as always, it's hometown trivia time now, we are saluting our madison, wisconsin, affiliate, wkow. channel 27, by the way. and i think you're going to get these. rob was 2 for 2 yesterday. i'm betting on paula here. >> uh-oh. >> university of wisconsin -- >> let me finish. >> who are the badgers? who are the badgers? >> first settled the area in the 1800s -- >> did they win? >> can we get two muzzles on set immediately? >> i'm betting again on paula on this one. a bubbler is a uniquely expression for what -- >> a water fountain. >> how did you know that? >> i'm from the midwest. >> i thought it was champagne.
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thinking. >> and a cheesehead is named after what -- >> a packers fan.
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there you go. welcome back to "good morning america" on a sunday morning. happening right now, the lead singer performing during the deadly paris attacks speaking out for the first time, saying some of its fans put themselves in front of other people to shield them. this, as president obama overseas vows to fight isis.
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also right now, attorneys from the justice department are heading to minneapolis to investigate the alleged killing of a black man in police custody. now, witnesses say he was handcuffed during the shooting and are demanding that police release video of that incident. also happening right now, southern california whale watchers are on the lookout for a humpback whale entangled in netting. rescuers are going to approach the whale today and try to set it free. >> beautiful, beautiful animal. >> gorgeous animal, as well. coming up in this half-hour, paradise lost, a couple stuck on a caribbean island, we'll tell you what's going on coming up. >> you think being stuck on an island for a month would be a good thing but no. but first, new developments in a medical student risking his life to save a woman dragged on the sidewalk.
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himself on the wrong end of a gun, eld he by a heartless suspect. abc's mara schiavocampo is here with the latest. >> reporter: police are now offering a reward for information leading to an that suspect. this, as they speak out for the first time. that shocking crime was all caught on surveillance video, we should warn you it could be difficult to watch. this morning, investigators offering a $12,500 reward for the man who shot a medical student now fighting for his life. peter gold hailed a hero shot down after stepping in to break up this armed robbery friday morning in new orleans. >> this isn't somebody w made a conscious decision to commit harm to this woman. this man stopped to help and we're proud of him being able to do it. >> reporter: gold is reportedly in critical condition after being shot by his attacker, as seen here on this surveillance
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>> but the message is clear, we'll pursue this person. >> reporter: this eyewitness shaken by the violence, watched the shooting unfold. gold driving the wrong way down a one-way street, quickly stepping out of his car to aid the woman being dragged down the sidewalk. >> i saw the guy with the gun shoot the guy in the stomach. i saw the guy fall and i saw him stand over him and attempt to shoot him in the face a couple times. >> reporter: watch, with gold already shot once, the suspect re-aims his loaded gun, but it jams and jams again. the attacker then fleeing the scene, the aspiring doctor left severely wounded. >> fortunately, for everyone, his gun jammed several times. >> reporter: now overnight, gold's family spoke out for the first time telling, abc news, we
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appreciate everyone's concern, support and prayers. our sole focus at this time is on peter's recovery. they're focused on getting him well and getting him out of to hospital. what he did was so truly heroic. we use the word hero a lot. this man stopped what he was doing to intervene to help a stranger and had to face the barrel of a gun for it. >> risked his life. >> thanks, mara. rob, should we actually let you talk, because i know you're going to talk about snow and nobody wants to hear that. >> but this is a pretty shot. >> oh, it's skiing. okay. >> the ski resort in colorado are to get open for the thanksgiving holiday. lot of ski resort across the west, beautiful corridor. and plenty of opportunity to make snow over the next few days. as we go through wednesday and thursday of next week, temperatures will be in the
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and parts of wyoming as well. out ahead of that system, a mild flow coming in out of the south, temperatures will bounce from the 20s yesterday and today in oklahoma into the 60s. by the time we get to thanksgiving day, from chicago to d.c., to philly, as far north >> this weather report is brought to you by boost. paula. >> i just want to apologize, i harbor no ill will for the snow talk, it's just, you know, i'm over snow and it's only november. >> she's over snow. >> and it's only november. >> i won't shoot the messenger.
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ill will. >> if you're going to package the snow report, send it rob marciano. >> like snowball. >> we'll explain why sara is holding that phone in just a moment. coming up on "good morning america" -- stranded on a paradise island, the american tourists who got caught up in a legal mess and can't leave. don't shop black friday without a plan, we'll map it all deals. and sara. i'm holding up the phone for people who want more behind the scenes action here at "good morning america," you can click on our behind the scenes periscope and we give you a little bit extra there. >> maybe more than you want. maybe. >> my goal is to some day make dan harris dance. >> welcome to national television, ladies and gentlemen.come to national television, ladies and gentlemen.ness. i'm on the move all day long... and sometimes, i just don't eat the way i should. so i drink boost to get the nutrition that i'm missing. boost complete nutritional drink has 26 essential vitamins and minerals,
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it's a vacation that has turned into a nightmare for a couple from oregon. >> they are now stuck at the dominican republic after getting involved in a car accident while they wait for the criminal justice department to play itself out. ron is here with more on what just happened. >> a nightmare is putting it mildly. it now looks like that oregon
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couple will not be able to leave the dominican republic for at least the next six months because the man is now facing charges in connection to a fatal car accident that they say they had nothing to do it. this morning, an oregon couple trapped in paradise. john ekman and his girlfriend, went on what was supposed to be a long, relaxing trip to the dominican republic three weeks ago. >> we were going to stay five weeks. >> reporter: now, they say a judge there will not let ekman leave the country, ordering him to stay the next six months because they were involved in a deadly car accident. >> my heart is broken, because i love this place so much, and i love these people. >> reporter: the couple says they were driving their rental car late at night don a busy freeway. when they hit the motorcycle laying in the middle of the street. >> i had absolutely no time to react. we were both in shock. this man was laying there. >> reporter: the driver of that
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street, but they did not hit and they believe he was already dead. the aftermath captured on video by a passer-by making local news headlines in the dominican republic. >> the few people on site were talking about that he had been hit by a truck. >> reporter: ekman said he pulled off the side of the road immediately, but when police arrived, they arrested ekman. >> i didn't know what was going to happen to john. i was terrified. >> reporter: stripped of his american passport, the u.s. embassy unable to help, john ekman said he's free on bail. but for now, according to police, he can't leave his hotel for the next six months and his family in the u.s. said it's not clear what he's being charged with. he cannot leave the country until this work its through the dominican republic legal system. apparently, there's nothing that u.s. diplomats can do about it. >> nothing they can do about it? >> can't leave the country, can't leave the hotel.
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early estimate. >> right, it could take longer. >> all right, ron, thank you. coming up here on "good morning america," black friday is coming pretty soon. expert advice on how to snag bargains. and stars gearing up for tonight's american music awards. we'll have a preview of all the highlights straight ahead with sara in "pop news." are you performing? >> the one and only sara haines, read it like i wrote it.a haines, read it like i wrote it. she sees the world a little differently. and, by some miracle...she actually said "yes." to me.
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welcome back. after your thanksgiving turkey is carved and eaten, the holiday shopping season kicks off into high gear and abc news contributor becky worley joins us from oakland, california, to help us plan our shopping
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beck y always great to have you on the show. let's do a lightning round. tell us the best days to buy the most popular items? >> reporter: yeah, good morning, paula. let's start with toys, thanksgiving is the day to buy toys. tvs and laptops, these are still the big doorbusters, that's thanksgiving day. let's talk about clothing, that's black friday. retailers. want you in the dressing rooms. and shoes are cybermonday. >> your directing that shoe comment directly at me. thank you, becky. most people love shopping on amazon, it's so easy. you say shopping on amazon.com, it's going to be different this year? >> yeah, amazon is a little bit different.
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come and go, limited quantity. your prime members will have 30 minutes early access to those deals and that's a big deal when there's limited quantity, but some of them will have watch alerts. they want you using it. >> yeah, they're trying to lure you. you also said to think outside the box when you plan your shopping, how so? >> reporter: that's right. black friday has become this big day on getting deals on travel. home depot has a black friday sale, bathroom vanity, anyone? and whole foods has a wine sale. think about the cash you have think about the cash you have on hand and whether you can save a bundle. >> becky, great tips. always great to have you. happy shopping this week and happy eating. >> thank you, paula. coming up here on "good
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morning america" -- the big buildup to the biggest celebrity wedding of the year, that's coming up in "pop news" with, what's her name? >> read it like i wrote it. >> come on. >> sara haines. it. >> sara haines. i love you. love you too. one minute. hi. hi dad. we need to do this. letting go... it's a little easier when you've saved for college, with state farm. just press clean and let roomba from irobot help with your everyday messes. roomba navigates your entire home cleaning up pet hair
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one more chance. >> can i just say his album, my my husband is obsessed eded with it. >> is john going to be upset? >> it's actually very good. kudos to the biebs. >> and paula, don't you think you would give love a second chance. >> multiple chances. >> good to know. big buzz this morning about the celebrity wedding of the year, i'm talking about sofia vergara and joe manganiello. i never say that name right. it's manganiello. sofia's son sharing this insta gram. sofia herself, sharing this photo of the couple's hilarious cocktail napkins, he had me at hola. they were very happy to take center stage. sharing a dance floor kiss and joe even going on to entertain the crowd with a song. he just gets hotter. then, sofia then sharing this
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hot pic. good night, the i dos just hours away. which means, they're getting married on my anniversary. which is one year ago. >> they planned it that way, i'm sure. >> they did. >> happy anniversary. >> thank you very much. >> you guys should have a baby? >> right on schedule. >> actually you're having one. a huge night in hollywood. the american music awards. jennifer lopez is hosting the big event, not to mention performing. as are paula's husband's favorite, justin bieber, carrie underwood. the highlight sure to be pentatonix, performing the star wars theme. in a poignant moment celine dion will sing a tribute to the paris terror attacks. also, he's tweeting out this
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at the seating arrangements. and -- when someone speaks to me in my ear, and i try to do something else -- people i told you, one thing at a time. and holiday window display is getting a live-action twist thanks to some furry friends. macy's in san francisco's union square ramping up the cheer by featuring some adorable dogs and cats. this is so cool. getting a firsthand peek of the cutis. they're all up for adoption, people give them a home. thanks to the san francisco spca, 268 dogs spotted in the window found new and loving homes. >> on giving tuesday, you can adopt an animal. thanks for watching this morning.
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we'll see you next week. good morning, america, kevin connors alongside jay harris. we don't know who's going to play for the national championship yet, but in all likelihood, there will be a new college football champion. >> yeah, after what happened to ohio state saturday. michigan state, without connor cook, visiting ezekiel elliott and ohio state. a gain of two on the play. fourth quarter, game tied at 14, elliott again, trying to run left, he's stopped for a gain of one. 12 carries, 33 yards, one touchdown. tyler o'connor started at quarterback in place of cook, under three minutes to go, keeps it, pushes forward, first down. it's third and one. three seconds left, field goal. teammates looking on, his kick
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is up and good. urban meyer couldn't even watch. michigan state upsets ohio stay state, 17-14. meantime, big night in vegas. can nello alvarez and miguel cotto. fighting for the wbc middle weight championship, early on, cotto was active and accurate. but late, alvarez connecting, he was the heavier hitter throughout, a tough fight to score and it went to the judges' scorecard. alvarez wins by unanimous decision. he's the new middleweight champ
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great sunday morning. ting >> announcer: starting right now on abc's "this week" -- global threat. the capital of europe on lockdown. after an unprecedented terror warning. the streets empty. businesses closed. why officials say, an attack is imminent. martha raddatz on the ground
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with the breaking details. and, exclusive interviews with both donald trump and ben carson after that fire storm over their comments about syrian refugees. what are they saying now. trump, carson, live only on "this week." plus, our brand-new 2016 poll, have the paris terror attacks changed the race. from abc news, "this week" with george stephanopoulos begins now. good morning, lot going on this week. brand-new poll, both donald trump and ben carson joins us live. we begin with that security lockdown in europe's capital, subways and stores closed, events canceled, americans warned to stay indoors. our chief global affairs correspondent martha raddatz is on the scene with the latest. good morning, martha. >> reporter: the lockdown is visible everywhere you go here in brussels, the imminent threat
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on everyone's mind and belgian officials say the lockdown may continue through monday, since they say, terrorists are looking at places here where they could inflict maz casualties. it's unsettling here in brussels this morning, a usually bustling european capital, paralyzed. the u.s. embassy ordering americans here to shelter in place. a paris-style attack is what they're expecting, high alert, tourists were milling around. >> armored vehicle. it's not normal. >> reporter: local police were offering assurances. >> we need to have support from the army, so everything is secure here in brussels. >> reporter: in neighboring france, officials are still
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