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oh we've had a fun night tonight and we are not quite finished. no, we've got to do some gospel music for you. here to do it is new south. yeah. c'mon boys! well, i've got a feelin' we're gonna be feelin' that old time feeling again. oh, the glory of it; don't you just love it, when the hallelujah meetin' begins, we're gettin' here early, goin' home late, ridin' on the heavenly wind.
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well, the church got cold when the saints of old were no longer around to pray. it all lost its shout when the fire went out, they threw the old altar away. but, new hearts are turnin', old fire's a burnin, hotter than it's ever been, well, i've got a feelin' we're gonna be feelin' that old time feeling again. well, i've got a feelin' we're gonna be feelin' that old time feeling again. oh, the glory of it; don't you just love it, when the hallelujah meetin' begins, we're gettin' here early, goin' home late, ridin' on the heavenly wind. well, i've got a feelin' we're gonna be feelin' that old time feeling again. well, we didn't come together to talk about the weather or to show off the clothes we wear. from the ceiling to the floor, from the stage to the door, there's revival everywhere. well, people keep reachin', so we've got to keep preachin', that old fashioned curable sin, like a good dose of kneelin' when the soul needed healin', and an old time feeling again. well, i've got a feelin' we're gonna be feelin' that old time feeling again.
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gettin' here early, goin' home late, ridin' on the heavenly wind. well, i've got a feelin' we're gonna be feelin' that old time feeling again. well, i've got a feelin' we're gonna be feelin' that old time feeling again. oh, the glory of it; don't you just love it, when the hallelujah meetin' begins. yeah. we're gettin' here early, goin' home late, ridin' on the heavenly wind. well, i've got a feelin' we're gonna be feelin' that old time feeling again, again, again. hey. thanks for joinin' us. be with us next week. good night and god bless you! branson country usa is produced live at grand country music hall located on the famed 76 country blvd. in branson, missouri. our executive producer is glenn robinson, our producer is, mike patrick; associate producer is, andy holloway; production manager is chris wainscott; musical directors are gene mulvaney and michael w.
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the grand band is made up of: david creech on lead guitar; gene mulvaney on steel guitar and electric guitar; on drums, rob blackburn; wayne massengale on the fiddle; larry allred on bass guitar; and michael w. davis on piano.; sound engineers are phil morris and don newman; lighting coordinators are stan vidmar and devon starnes. wardrobe designer is deb rainwater costumer is megan boren. video production director is shawna helsley. post video production editor is shannon thomason. nexstar creative services director, dave bowen; our box office and group tour manager is heleena campbell. and director of marketing and sales is tate womack. if you'd like to be in our studio audience, just call for tickets.. call 417-335-2484.... or visit www.grandcountry.com. for more information on booking your family vacation visit grandcountry.com . we'd love to have you!
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from everyone at grand country music hall, thank you for joining us for another branson
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mississippi ended in a tie. state law says a game of chance determines the winner. so they could flip a coin but instead the two candidates opened those silver boxes to find coffee stirrers. one long, one short. the republican who drew the short straw is file agappeal. >> you think? they decided with yatze next? >> rock paper scissors. there is a new poll that will finds donald trump is in the lead among republican candidates followed by ben carson, marco rubio, ted cruz and jeb bush. >> the first poll since the deadlyrorist attacks in paris triggering controversial statements from the current front-runner. your voice, your vote with abc's
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>> reporter: donald trump is turning up the tough talk about terrorists and drawing cheers. >> we've got to chop off that head like they're chopping off the heads of our people. >> reporter: just take a look at who republican voters trust most to handle terrorism, in our new abc news/washington post poll. trump topping the list by far. >> so you'd bring back waterboarding? >> i would bring it back, yes. i think waterboarding is peanuts compared to what they'd do to us. >> reporter: trump reopening a debate about interrogation and torture and stirring up new controversy over this claim about 9/11. >> i watched when the world trade center came tumbling down, and i watched in jersey city, new jersey, where thousands and thousands of people were cheering as that building was coming down. >> you know, the police say that didn't happen and all those rumors have been on the internet for some time. did you misspeak yesterday? >> it did happen. i saw it. it was on television. i saw it. >> you saw that with your own eyes? >> while some around the world cheered after the 9/11 attacks, there are no known evidence of crowds in new jersey coming out
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trumps said he wants a database to closely track syrian refugees and wants surveillance of mosques. at his rallies? get them out of here. get out. >> reporter: tensions are running high. on saturday in alabama, this black lives matter protester claims he was beaten and subjected to racial slurs after heckling trump. >> maybe he should have been roughed up because it was absolutely disgusting what he was doing. >> reporter: trump leads dr. ben carson by ten points in our new national republican primary poll. the fourth straight month he's held the lead, and in iowa, the critical voting state where carson has been ahead, early signs that trump may be closing in. devin dwyer, abc news, washington. the race only two months to go. we'll see how it all plays out. coming up, the big winners at last night's american music awards. >> the fan favorites and the hot fashions. that's next in the"the skinny"." >> "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. [male announcer] if you've served in the military,
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>> are they dating? should they be? >> i don't know. they're still going at it, folks. y get a room perhaps? let's round up the other big winners. >> starting with your buddies your favorite one direction. >> what up, fellows. >> they won the big one, artist of the year. song of the year went t t. swift. t. swift was not there. >> they were robbed. who was there, sam hunt winning for new artist of the year. he may be the next taylor swift, the country star primed for a mainstream crossover. >> other big winners florida georgia line, nicki minaj and the weekend. all three winning favorite artist in their respective genres as well as favorite album. all the awards voted on by the fans online or through social media. >> a fun night. >> it's not an awards show without seeing all the latest fashions. start with j.lo, of course, the host of the evening going through nine different looks on stage. this was my favorite. >> that's pretty. >> so shelosed out the show
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thanking the producers and, of course, everyone who made her fantastic dresses. there were so many. >> and earlier on the red carpet, selena gomez, look at her here shimmering in that ruby frock. >> go back to that j. low one there. lots of people thinking she may have shown up with justin bieber after a night out on the town this weekend. alas, the biebs showed up on his own wearing a pseudogrudge look with ripped jeans and t-shirt. >> turning to the newest victoria's angel gigi hadid turning heads with there white two-piece. >> carrie under wood looking glittery in her dress and caped combo. it looked amazing. > singer z lala. she wore an octopus dress. >> always a bjork that arrives. >> always one who pretends
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they've never been there before. there was another award show last night. this was a fantastic one. this one a bit more high brow. now to london for the uk's longest-running theater awards. >> that's where you see her there, nicole kidman won best actress for her portrayal of a scientist in photograph 51, her first play in london. 17 years. >> another movie star james mcavoy won for his work in the ruling class. judi dench and ian mckellen hosted the show. it was a fantastic fantastic show. >> and we've got to talk about two of hollywood's best looking people are now happily hitched to each other. >> yeah, talking about sophia vergara and joe manganiello who got married last night in florida. sophia is sharing lots of photos of her new hubby. >> look how great they look. here's their first dance to a sinatra version of "the way you look tonight."
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reception at the breakers resort in palm beach. beautiful. >> lots of modern family co-stars were there including jesse tyler ferguson and reese witherspoon, channing tatum, even schwarzenegger was there. and pitbull performed. sophia got down and dirty with some 400 guests who were asked in lieu of gifts they donate to charity. >> what a good cause. >> looks like a fun time. >> it sure does. getting down.
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the installment of the hunger games" movies raking in over $100 million domestically in its opening weekend. >> it's the lowest opening though for the franchise. the new bond film "spectre" and the peanuts movie coming in a distant second and third. >> i did see "hunger games" this weekend. fitting and long ending to the series. okay, this next story is certainly something you'd expect from 007. we were talking about it except it's a real-life american hero. >> a retired navy seal pushing the limits of endurance to help fellow veterans. john donvan has the story. >> reporter: you're watching a man on a mission. andy stumpf, a highly decorated former navy seal, now battling in the air. he's wearing a wingsuit. he's a world class skydiver and instructor. climbing now to more than 36,000 feet. too high to breathe on his own. as he prepares to jump he makes the mistake of poking his head out. and suddenly the wind grabs him, spinning him around. >> i knew i was in for a wild ride.
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passed out. even died, but he managed to regain control. >> after i got out of the spin, the flight itself was visually breathtaking. >> reporter: stumpf surpassed the world record for absolute distance in a wingsuit, more than 18 1/4 miles. the best part, he's doing it to raise money. his goal, $1 million for the navy s.e.a.l. foundation. it's for the ones who do not make it back. >> i couldn't imagine making the sacrifices that i've already made and then at the end of the day not having him to come back to. >> reporter: despite being seriously wounded, andy did make it back to his wife, his three kids. but lots of his friends didn't. >> it was a huge help to know that there are people and organizations back here at home that are willing to step in, in case something happens to you. >> reporter: stumpf served ten tours of duty in afghanistan and iraq. now he says his fight is to help those still fighting to protect our country. john donvan, abc news, washington. >> one point at the end,'
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apparently looks in the camera and says let's not do this again. >> i think his wife was quite fine with him doing that. 17.5 miles was the last distance achieved in 2012. stumpf says he started sky dining out of jealousy of the other guys that can do it. don't miss our updates on facebook at wnnfans.com.
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informing insom good morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm reena ninan. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." the midwest digging out of its first snowstorm of the season with transportation snarled throughout the region. that storm system now heading for the east and gulf regions after a warmer than usual few weeks. full details ahead. the epicenter of europe's
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third dade of lockdown. subways and schools in brussels are closed and americans being told to shelter in place as the manhunt for that alleged eighth paris attacker intensifies. >> new orleans police say 16 people were wounded when two groups opened fire on each other. they were among hundreds gathered at a playground for an impromptu music video shoot. it may be gang related. >> the winning field goal in sunday night's football match-up between the cardinals and bengals was mades easier by an unsportsmanlike like conduct penalty. 34-31. those are some of our top stories on this monday, november 23rd. from abc news, this is "world news now." we are going to start this half hour with the early arrival of winter weather. even though it is getting cooler and you're trying to push it off, it's going to happen. >> we could wait till february for this. >> exactly.
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well, not so much. hundreds of flights canceled yesterday after the second largest november snowstorm on record. for chicago. >> highways across the midwest too were a total pless. abc's phillip mena has the details. >> reporter: a blast of winter, across the midwest this weekend. blinding snow and icy roads. >> i don't think i've gone faster than 15 miles an hour. >> i've seen a few people in ditches. >> from south dakota to michigan, more than a hundred accidents. near bloomington, illinois, wind gusts reducing visibility to near zero. travel by air a challenge too, more than 1,000 flights canceled this weekend at chicago airports. o'hare setting up cots for nearly 900 passengers stranded some suburbs getting as much as 16 inches of snow. chicago's snowiest november in more than 100 years. the storm, snapping trees and power lines. jolting some residents out of bed. >> the power line went into the street. it was crazy.
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>> reporter: we met ted shoveling his driveway. >> were you prepared for so much snow? >> it's a bit of a shock coming from the warm weather that we had. so no, not really. >> reporter: stadium workers in iowa also scrambling. this time lapse showing the rush to remove snow before account iowa-purdue game. back here in chicago, it's only gotten colder since the storm. that created huge snow piles like this one. but the good news, it is expected to warm up just in time for thanksgiving. phillip mena, abc news, barrington, illinois. >> want to give him a cup of hot koko. >> stormy weather is hitting the south, rain not snow. >> heavy downpours sit south florida and behind it a major cold snap for the eastern half of the country. cam tran continues our coverage. good morning. >> good morning, reena and kendis.
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a downright chilly start to the workweek. this trough off to the east lost bring a surge of colder air across the northeast. expect the highs today to be mainly in the upper 30s to mid 40s. that's running about 10 degrees from where we should be this time of year. the cold air dipping down to the lower mississippi as well as the eastern coast. freeze warnings include houston and austin and straeching as far as east as alabama. reena and kendis, back to you. >> cam, thank you so much. now to our other major story this half hour. the manhunt for that alleged eighth paris attacker. police arrested 16 people in 22 raids across belgium yesterday including in the molenbeek neighborhood of brussels where some of the terrorist suspects lived. still sal la abdeslam remains at large. >> up till now no firearms or
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sal lal abdeslam is not among the persons arrested during the searches >> brussels remains on its highest terror alert and a third day of lockdown today. schools, subways closed and the u.s. embassy urging american citizens to shelter in place. >> the city of paris under a heavy security presence. it remains under a state of emergency having deployed 1500 additional soldiers across the city. stepping up security at tourist sites like the eiffel tower as well as at stores and malls. >> people continue to place flowers at the concert hall where more than 80 people were killed. we're hearing for the first time from members of the band playing when the horror unfolded. abc's lama hasan is in paris. >> reporter: breaking their silence for the first time, the american rock band the eagle of death metal describe the horror unfolding while performing that night. >> several people hid in our dressing room, and the killers were able to get in, and killed every one of them, except for a
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kid who was hiding under my leather jacket. >> reporter: about 30 minutes into their set, this was the bone-chilling moment the band new something was wrong. [ shots fired ] you can hear the gunfire ringing out, the attackers storming in. the drummer crouching down. in the upcoming exclusive interview with vice news, lead singer jesse hughes describes the courage their fans showed. >> so many were killed is because so many people wouldn't leave their friends. >> reporter: the band managed to escape on foot. but among the dead was their merchandise manager nick alexander. his girlfriend polina buckily remembering him at a vigil. >> he's the best man that ever lived. >> reporter: outs the bat at that time clan concert hall, the scene of that horrific massacre, you can still see people coming here to pay their respects after those attacks. la ma has and, abc news, paris. >> americans heading into one of the busiest travel weeks of the year.
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this southwest airlines flight heading to los angeles was diverted to kansas city because three passengers were behaving suspiciously. they were questioned and allowed to reboard a different flight. canadian police investigated bomb threats against two other planes over the weekend. one of them diverted from jfk. no explosives were found on either plane. authorities investigated a terror threat made against last night's wwe event in atlanta. the fbi says it had no specific or credible information but added that it takes all such much threats seriously. the terror attack on a hotel in mali apparently was an attempt to derail peace talks between the central government and separatist groups in the northern part of the country. 20 americans were in the hotel when the attack began. alex mark quart spoke with one of the survivors. >> reporter: it was eight and a half hours of terror. >> i just knew i was dead. >> reporter: you had already resigned yourself to the fact that you were dead? >> yeah, basically. >> reporter: the assault started
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at 7:00 a.m. as state department contractor terry kemp stood outside the radisson blu hotel. he fled back inside, diving under a dining table. >> they never looked. they were shooting, the shells were hitting me. they never looked. i don't know why. >> reporter: after the attackers set the room on fire and left, kemp crawled through the smoke to the american rescuers and safety. >> i heard a spray of definitely gunfire. >> reporter: kathie fazekas was up in her room. she immediately barricaded the door and called for help. was there ever a point you thought, we're not going to get out of here? >> when the gunfire was going down the hallway, i e-mailed my husband a second time. he's in atlanta. and i said i love you. if this doesn't turn out right i love you and let people know. >> reporter: of the around 20 americans inside, one was killed. aid worker anita datar from maryland, in mali on a project for usaid. this attack has been claimed by an al qaeda linked group based in north africa.
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mali's defense minister would not confirm the claim, but said whoever is behind it is part of the growing wave of terror being seen around the world. alex marquardt, abc news, mali. back here at home, a new abc news poll won by abc news and "washington post" finds that nearly a third of republican voters are favoring donald trump. he's probably a big reason why more voters are paying attention to this election than in the past 30 years. trump is getting extra attention now for controversial statements he made this weekend about terrorism and immigration. >> i watched when the world trade center came tumbling down and i watched in jersey city, new jersey, where thousands and thousands of people were cheering as that building was coming down. >> yesterday, trump stood by his story on abc's "this week." jersey city's mayor denies
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anyone in his city cheered as the power towers collapsed and even chris christie, new jersey's governor, says he does not remember that happening. a megamerger in the pharmaceutical industry. reports say pfizer will buy allegren in a deal worth more than $150 billion, it would be the biggest acquisition in any industry in a record setting year for mergers. the combination would likely be based in oo ireland where corporate taxes are lower. >> thanksgiving travelers are getting a break. gas prices continue to plunge. the average price of a gallon of gas nationwide is now $2.08, down 14 cents since this time last month. and 70 cents less than last thanksgiving. aaa says gas prices should dip below $2 in 41 states by christmas. we're celebrating some internet history this morning. "world news now" at the center.
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>> 20 years ago, right now, we were the first tv broadcast to stream live on the internet. this was ground breaking stuff back in 195. as kevin newman and antonio morrow anchors a whole 12 people watched from around the world. that number quickly dropped to just sev classic "world news now," but we weren't deterred by that. >> we aired a segment where kevin talked with a viewer via the internet, a grainy black and white version of skype or facetime. our producer who headed up the experiment victor compared those images to those sent back live for the first time landing on the moon. we stopped broadcasting live online after about six months, happy to be part of internet history. >> that's actually a big deal for 20 years ago. >> if only the show had invested in that skype device. >> and sadly, we still only have like 20 viewers online watching us. >> what's not true. >> i should point out we're
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nearing a milestone on facebook at 9949,000 likes on facebook, we're almost at 1 million. we've come a long way. so coming up, teaching kindness in a classroom and lessons learned fr compliments. >> also ahead, stuck for months in vacation paradise. o go home. the heart ache for a couple ordered by police to stay at a resort. >> later buying meat from a vending machine. who came up with this idea. and could it cut into business at a traditional meat counter? that is after a look at our forecast map and the big chill that is hitting the country, 47 in big sky country. >> 76 in miami. that's the place to go. >> that's where we need to be. >> "world news now" weather brought to you by colonial penn life insurance. >> i'm alex trebek. if you're age 50 to 85, this is an important message. so please, write down the number on your screen. the lock i want to talk to you about isn't the one on your door.
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giffords along with her husband mark kelly completed a charity bike ride over the weekend in arizona. last year she did only an 11 mile portion of the event but started training for longer periods of time. >> i think gabby's in good shape to do this. she's been training a lot. so she's pretty much ready to go. this is a great event. >> and gifford's later tweeted goal achieved. one word to sum it all up. >> you said only 11 miles? that's impressive. >> only 11 miles last year but she upped it by going 40. >> that's tremendous. >> she said it was awesome. >> well, a dream vacation has turned into a nightmare for an oregon couple because of a fatal auto accident. >> the man isn't allowed to return to the u.s. for at least six months while the case makes its way through the courts. ron claiborne with the story. >> an oregon couple trapped in paradise. >> i just want to go home to my girls. >> john and his girlfriend
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to be a long relaxing trip to the dominican republic three weeks ago. >> we were going to stay for five weeks. this happened a week after we were here. >> now they say a judge will not let he canman 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 a rental car late at night down a busy freeway when they hit a motorcycle laying in the middle of the street. >> i had no time to react. we were both in shock. this man was laying there. >> reporter: the driver of the motorcycle was also in the street but they did not hit them they say and they believe he was already dead. the aftermath captured on video but a passerby, making local news headlines in the dominican republic. >> the few people that were on site were talking about that he had been hit by a truck. >> they say they pulled off to
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the side of the road immediately. but when police arrived they arrested he canman. >> i didn't know what was going to happen to john. i was terrified. >> stripped of his american passport, the u.s. embassy unable to help, john says esis free on bail. for now according to dominican police, he cannot leave his hotel for the next six months. ron claiborne, abc news, new york. >> saga that will be on going. coming up, a teacher's inspiring message for students. >> and what he says to each of them individually that will bring a smile to your face. you're watching "world news now."
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education teacher whose unique teaching style is going viral. >> you're awesome, great, you're fun. you're silly, you're fast, you're strong. thank you for being a great student. >> he starts classes with compliments. >> i think everyone in here loves you. >> yes. >> great job. >> i think it's important that they learn how to be kind to one another. i model that and whatever they see me do, that becomes their reality. >> and his kindness curriculum has grown outside of the classroom. >> seven months ago, i started a blog called special books by special kids. and the reason we started that was so that the children in my class who have a variety of different conditions are now able to communicate with the world. my goal is to help people step inside the minds of these children because i think that their minds are some of the most pure i've seen. >> i love you, too. you're a great student. >> you're the best teacher.
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even though i don't eat meat, i can appreciate those of you who do. despite turkey being more in season at the moment, one butcher in the pacific northwest figured out a way to keep up with the busy clientele even after they're closed. >> we won't judge you meat eaters. get this meat vending machines. komo's alisa jaffe has the story. >> did you try the beef jerky? would you like to. >> reporter: candy store for the carnivore, that's how the owners describe their butcher shop that's remained in the family for more than 100 years. >> started in about 1827. >> reporter: doug and don owens knew one day the store would be theirs. the meat shop struggled in the depression during the 30s and recession in the '80s. >> $24758 please. >> reporter: business has exploded the past few years toe sometimes 600 customers a day. that's good and bad. >> when i come in here after hours to get a steak for myself, i have to sneak into the
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backdoor and kind of hide behind the counter. >> reporter: otherwise he says he would be serving customers all night. this summer he had a brainstorm to satisfy after hour meat lovers. >> while i was hiding behind the counter it kind of hit me we need a vending machine out front. >> reporter: just swipe the card and select the meat. you can get five yards of pepperoni and summer sausage. >> i think it's a great idea. makes me hungry. >> reporter: customers have never seen anything like it. >> i thought it was movies or candy or something. i can't believe that it was beef jerky. >> reporter: the brothers have big dreams for owen's meat machines. >> we've got ten machines it that will be out around the state within the next week, and within the next few months or a year after that, we're hoping to have anywhere from 100 to 200 or 300 machines. >> there we go. >> reporter: that's one way to bring home the bacon. >> $25. thank you. have a good day. >> komo news. >> what do you think? >> both of us are like
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>> that's very 1% of you. this morning on "world news now," nation on edge. >> the terror watch from coast to coast from flights diverted to sporting events threatened. first responders in the homeland taking no chances before the holiday after brutal attacks overseas. terror manhunt. the intense investigation in belgium. police putting brussels on lockdown while looking for the
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paris attackers. the tension as the workweek begins. >> extreme weather. the heavy snowstorm hitting the busiest airports in the middle of the country before tlafg. now temperatures take a nose dive and accuweather is tracking it all. >> and later therican music awards. celine dion's tribute to paris. the makeout session seen by millions and winners take home the awards. an unforgettable evening. it is monday, november 23rd. from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning to you on this monday. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm reena ninan. what a night it was last night flow. >> it was an amazing american music awards all three hours playing out there. it started out with a dance medley from j. lo and ended with a medley by justin bieber in the rain and you know, besides the rain, celine deon brought.to tears. >> it was really moving her
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tribute in french. we're going to begin with the terror watch this morning in america just three days before thanksgiving. >> worries over potential paris copycat can attacks have authorities across the country on high alert drilling first responders particularly here in new york city. we're going to start our coverage with abc's ron claiborne. >> reporter: americans on edge, heading into some of the busiest travel days of the year. this southwest airlines plane diverted officials say because three passengers were behaving suspiciously. >> when someone says you're making an emergency landing, of course, you're going to be kind of nervous. >> reporter: the flight headed to los angeles. those passengers causing concern taken off the plane and questioned and later allowed to reboard a different flight. in atlanta, law enforcement saying they received information about a threat against a professional wrestling event, but the fbi said it had no specific or credible information about any such attack, adding it takes all threats seriously. >> the goal of a terrorist
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attack is to injure and kill as many people as possible. terrorist groups are always looking for those targets that are softer, that have lots of people, but are difficult to secure. >> reporter: in new york city, hundreds of emergency responders taking part in an exercise. a terrorist in a suicide vest now added to the scenario in response to those paris attacks. president obama vowing that fear of being targeted by terrorists will not become the new normal. >> they can't beat us on the battlefield, so they try to terrorize us into being afraid. as president, i will not let that happen. >> reporter: here at laguardia airport and many other airports around the country, security fears mean travelers will see a much heavier police presence for weeks and probably months to come. ron claiborne, abc news, at laguardia airport in new york city. the center of europe's terror crisis under its highest terror alert.
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for a third day, brussels is on lockdown. police and soldiers guard the grand palace, the city's main central zwar in what belgian officials fear will be an imminent paris style attack. the u.s. embassy is asking u.s. citizens to shelter in place. brussels is the home of a suspected eighth paris attacker. belgian police arrested more than a dozen people in 22 raids yesterday as the hunt for sal la abdeslam continues. >> reporter: the metro closed. >> it's not normal. you know? belgian officials say they'll maintain this highest level of alert, a response to what is police believe is a serious imminent threat of attacks targeting malls and public transport. >> we need to have support from the belgian army so everything is secure here in brussels.
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>> reporter: amidst this lockdown, the manhunt growing for escaped paris killer salah abdeslam. authorities say the 26-year-old terrorist went to belgium following the attack and a lawyer for his driving companions claims he was possibly wearing a suicide belt. back in paris, the memorials still growing as we learn new chilling details of the nightmare inside the bataclan concert hall. the lead singer of the american band playing there that night in upcoming interview with advice news. >> several people hid in our dressing room and the killers were able to get in and killed every one of them except for a kid heighting under my leather jacket. >> reporter: this picture of another accused terrorist, one of the men they say passed through greece before detonating a suicide vest outside this stadium. president obama again vowed to put an end to isis. >> we do not succumb to fear.
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>> we're learning new details what might have been behind the deadly terror attack in the african nation of mali. it was an apparent attempt to derail the peace process between the central government and separatist groups in the northern part of the country. those peace negotiations have been dragging on for more than two years. state department contractor terry kemp was one of around 20 americans at the hotel. >> they never looked. they were shooting. the shells were hitting me. they never looked. i don't know why. >> there was one american among the 19 victims of the attack. anita datar. >> breaking news from new orleans where at least 16 people have been hurt after two groups opened fire on each other. police say the shooting happened when hundreds of people gathered as the a playground for an impromptu music video shoot. officers were on their way to break it up when the gunfire
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erupted. they suspect it might be gang related. >> funeral services set for the young black man shot dead in minneapolis. the killing shot off a series of protests. witnesses claim the he was handcuffed at the time. investigators from the justice department expected to start looking into the case. now to the extreme weather and the coldest temperatures since last spring for the midwest and east overnight. the midwest already had had its first snowfall of the season put agimpact on transfortation in other parts of the country. with more, here's phillip mena. >> were you prepared for so much snow. >> it's a bit of a shock coming from the warm weather we had. >> parts of illinois are getting some of their biggest november snow totals on record.
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their way off the slick roads. >> i would stay off the roads. they're really bad. >> reporter: ice made driving a risky business. >> i don't think i've gone faster than 15 miles an hour all day. >> reporter: streets and highways were littered with auto wrecks as howling winds and heavy snow drove down visibility to near zero. travel by air also a slow go. more than 1,000 flights canceled at chicago airport. 900 stranded passengers spent the night on cots at o'hare airport. some suburbs getting as much as 16 inches of snow. chicago's snowiest november in more than 100 years. the weight of snow and ice too much for trees and power lines. >> the power line just went right into the street. it was crazy. >> reporter: the deep freeze has dug in across the midwest for now. but forecasters say the region will defrost in time for thanksgiving. phillip mena, abc news, barrington, illinois. >>
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i can't drive in that type of snow. >> i can't live in that kind of snow. stay that way into mother nature should be locked up and put in jail because the deep freeze he mentioned is chilling the northeast and southeast. we don't want to go below 50 degrees here. >> accuweather meteorologist cram tran has our forecast. good morning, cam. >> good morning, reena and kendis. brr, it is going to be down right chilly across the northeast. is trough will bring a surge of colder air across the northeast. highs today mainly in the upper 30s. some spots will hit the mid 40s. that's it. those temperatures will be 10 degrees below where they should be for this time of year. that surge of colder air will dip down as far as the lower mississippi as well as the eastern gulf coast. freeze warnings in effect till midmorning including austin and houston stretching as far as east as montgomery, alabama. back to you. >> brr is right. thanks, cam. the snow wasn't a problem for
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that's actually a delight for the zoo's twin polar bears. two of the newest residents rolled around in the show putting on a show for visitors. >> apparently the first time they saw snow in their new home. they came to madison from st. paul. they're no strangers to snow. if they had come from florida, they wouldn't have the same feeling. > they'll get used to that coming this winter. coming up "the mix," a scene going viral. a boy trying to sing the national anthem with the hiccups. >> the american music awards. one direction's big moment on stage and j. lo, boy did she have many moments as emcee. we're sharing the big highlights. >> first the medical student called a hero for a very selfless act. how his bravery could have cost his life. >> join us on facebook. share your opinions. we love hearing from you and also on twitter @an abcwnn. you're watching "world news now."
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blaming it on a candle. officials say that's what started this fire on the 50th floor of the john hancock sky scraper in downtown chicago. five people including a police officer suffered minor injuries. it was contained to a single bedroom. but the flames saluting out of the window surprised many holiday shoppers below. surprisingly, big john does not have a sprinkler system. well, a med school student is in critical condition this morning after confronting a gunman when he saw a woman in trouble.
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>> the certainly continues for the shooter after the terrifying encounter captured on camera. here's abc's gloria riviera. >> reporter: authorities are searching for this man, 21-year-old euric cain accused of kidnapping a woman and trying to kill the good samaritan who tried to save her. >> we know who you are, and you need to know that we are going to find you. surveillance video captured the woman walking alone in new orleans at nearly 4:00 a.m. friday morning. a hooded man approaches, dragging her away. the woman disappears from frame. she is alone with her alleged attacker when peter gold who is a fourth-year medical student at tulane university, drives by scene. gold brakes, backs up and gets out to help. his hands up, gold pleas with the man, who has a gun on him and is demanding cash. the aspiring doctor is shot in the stomach. >> perp is a black male, grey hoodie. >> reporter: the suspect tries
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at his head, but he fails and takes off in this suv. an anonymous bystander saw it all. >> i saw the guy with the gun shoot the guy in the stomach. i saw him stand over him and attempt to shoot him. >> reporter: the woman gold saved got away and is recovering. in a statement to abc news gold's family thanks everyone for their conditioned concern saying peter's condition is improving. a friend and classmate describes him as a great guy who "always has your back." apparently true, whether he knows you or not, gloria riviera, abc news, washington. what bravery. >> absolutely. it's not clear if the gun jammed or not. very fortunate in that case. man. >> and tulane university is contributing $10,000 to help find any information on that suspect. >> coming up in our next half hour, a former navy seal's new mission. over 18 miles up. his record setting wing suit jump almost carbon wrong and his
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>> but first, oh, the flashy moves from music's biggest star. our must see moments from last night's american music awards. that's up next on "world news now." "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. [sound of crickets] brii,brii,brii [male narrator] we've all heard how military veterans adjusting to the civilian world may have... certain... issues. 2... 30... 70... if only everyone had this issue. no matter what challenge they face, easter seals is here
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[ singing in foreign language ] >> oh, boy, hands down the most powerful moment from last night's american music awards. celine deon with an emotional tribute to the victims of the paris attack. hardly a dry eye in the house. >> take a look there. deon who is french canadian sang a rendition of edith piaf's hymn.
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amid all the fun had at the award show. it was easily the most memorable performance i'd say of this year's amas. incredibly touching. the evening filled with plenty others. where do we start? how about the host, zwra low is a good place to start kicking things off with a killer medley of this years areas hottest songs. >> this went on for quite a bit. j. lo doing all the medleys of songs with her flag girl moves. >> she was fantastic. >> and nikki was impressed. those weren't the only moves. megan trainer and charlie puth had quite the moment after performing the song marvin gaye together they put on the moves on each other. marvin gaye let's get it on. >> okay. >> oh. >> oh, my goodness. >> oh, my god. what were they serving
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backstage. >> what's going on? >> wow. >> are they together? >> i would think they were together. >> get a room already, people. >> a source close to train nor tells "people" magazine the two are just friends. >> they're definitely together. >> yes. and i need friends like that. >> and friendly is something people are not calling nicki minaj during the ceremony. >> nikki seemed to be annoyed at different points in the evening even though she had wins for favorite rap artist and favorite rap album, during one speech she seemed anxious to get off stage. >> thank to you universal records, cash money and young money. thank you. >> you know what? there's a lot of pressure. maybe she was just -- she forgot somebody. i give her the benefit of the doubt on that one. some people are staying she rolled her eyes and stormed off stage similar to getting annoyed
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with miley cyrus at the mtv video waefrds. >> there's a lot of the pressure. make sure the girls are not coming out. >> that is an engineering feat to make sure all of that is all that is together. the epitome of good manners as always the four lads from one direction. they took home the biggest award of the evening. artist of the year. the second year they won the top prize. >> they took home the award for favorite duo or group in the pop rock category. >> good for them. >> you love them. justin bieber, dancing in the rain. >> this is kind of girl. he did a medley. yeah, this is justin kind of doing a medley of all of his hits. quite a comeback for jb over the last year. >> is he getting wet in this or is it just -- computer generated? >> i think he got pretty soaked in it, but he still performed during it. and there was controversy over the weekend on whether or not he's back with celine gomez. there were photos of them.
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but that's still like controversial. >> we don't know if they marvin gayed and got it on? >> we don't. the awards are still going on in l.a. do we have a shot on what's going on on stage? that's still happening. > this is a live abc camera. >> they're still on stage. >> wow, getting it on. >> i like how you get the backstage camera well after the amas are over. you are a man with connections. >> might be some raunchy stuff. we'll check in with them. >> "the mix" up next. well, things in the bedroom have always been pretty good. yeah, no complaints. we've always had a lot of fun, but i wanted to try something new. and i'm into that. so we're using k-y love. it's a pleasure gel that magnifies both of our sensations. right, i mean, for both of us, just... yeah, it just takes all those awesome feelings you usually feel and it just makes them... rawr...
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rejoice [ hiccup ] >> he didn't let the hiccups stop him. quarter of a million hits watching this boy. >> he nailed it. you could see some of the players laughing a little bit, chuckling. bravo to him. >> he didn't walk off the field. well done. >> he did it. congrats to him. all right. so a little bit of sports. another hiccup this one on the field during the packers and the vikings game. take a look at who delays the game. a little rocky going for it right there. >> are they trying to put him in a bag? >> he's going for gator ade. joe buck with the man beard. >> great pad level. >> great extension. >> did he get away? >> 3-0. green bay on top. covering it all. >> joe buck covering it all
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he -- he didn't get away. they did finally nab him. but it did create a little bit of a delay. by the way, the packers finally needed that streak of luck as they won the game finally. >> you credit the squirrel? >> the squirrel, yes, yes. >> okay. remember when we did a segway, the guys on segways to justin bieber's song "what do you mean"? there's a woman who may have topped them from from north korea. look at her on a long board dancing and and dancing pretty gracefully. can you do that? keep the board going while dancing. she can do there oncrete. she makes it look so insanely easy. >> she's in the north, right? >> north korea. over. >> some film we get from the north. finally they're loosening things up. very nice of her to do that. finally, this is perfectly
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this morning, terror on "world news now," terror take-down. heavily armed police in belliam put brussels on lockdown. the fugitive wanted in the paris attacks. >> investigating suspicious activity across our country, causing flights to divert and sporting events to be searched. police taking no chances. >> new this half hour, donald
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trump's controversial comments about 9/11. >> his remarks under fire this morning and who now says the gop front-runner is not telling the truth. >> later in "the skinny,"" the american music awards, while the hottest acts in the country were getting awards, see who really rocked it and who didn't when it comes to fashion. it's monday, november 23rd. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning on this monday. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm kendis gibson. it really was a wonderful night there at the american music awards. it's always something special to look forward to see who wore what. the good thing for j. lo fans, she wore everything. >> she really was beautifully dressed i have to say. >> she had many, many costumes. >> sparkle is clearly in. >> yeah, it seems that way. everything was bedazzled. we'll get to the highlights from that, but we're going to get started overseas with the epicenter of europe's growing terror crisis under its highest
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>> as the manhunt for the suspected eighth paris attacker intensifies in brussels, the city faces a third wave of lock down after the waves of attacks in paris killed 130 people. authorities in belgium are now worried about a potential copycat attack. abc's martha raddatz begins our coverage in brussels. >> reporter: in brussels masked police swarming the neighborhood where several of the paris attackers lived one still at large. guns drawn moving house to house. in the heart of the city, the police and military blocking off streets. brusquely moving pedestrians and warng journalists to stay back after an unknown threat was reported. >> if we start shooting, you are in the crossfire. >> reporter: it appeared to be a false alarm, but it is no wonder the police are on edge. again, this city will be on lockdown. subways shuttered, schools closed, shopping malls, restaurants, all potential targets in what belgian officials fear is an imminent, mass casualty attack by multiple
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assailants in multiple locations. the paris scenario. the u.s. embassy urging american citizens to shelter in place. the search focused on salah abdeslam believed to be on this surveillance video obtained by the daily mail shooting at one of the restaurants in paris. authorities say he drove to belgium, passing unnoticed through three security checks. the lawyer for his companions telling abc news he may have been wearing a suicide belt. abdeslam's brother saying in interviews that the family thought salah was going on a ski trip when he disappeared prior to the attacks. now he is hoping he ends up in jail rather than dead. outside that brother's home in a neighborhood that has sent more than any other here to fight and train in syria, this 15-year-old told me there are some people in the neighborhood who are terrorists, but that doesn't mean that everyone is.
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>> reporter: but until police find abdeslam and the other men they believe are stalking this city waiting to attack, brussels will remain on high alert reassessing the security threat every day taking no chances. martha raddatz, abc news, brussels. >> so now 200 miles to the south of there, authorities also remain on high alert in the city of paris. the mood across the city of light is mark lild somber. the hottest tourist spot, the eiffel tower was nearly deserted yesterday amid a heavy security presence. more than 1500 additional soldiers have been deployed across the city. america is a nation on edge just three days before thanksgiving. authorities from coast to coast stepping up security and screenings at airports and events. philips arena in atlanta, the scene of yesterday's wwe survivor series match-up was the target of a potential isis threat. but the fbi says there was nos specific or credible information. it all has first responders
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abc's ron claiborne has more. >> reporter: inside a terror drill on the new york city subway, the nypd put on a demonstration testing its response to an attacker or to a lone wolf style attack. >> lessons learned will be shared across the country. >> reporter: the drill was planned long before the rampage in paris. >> terrorism cannot prevail if the people refuse to be terrorized. >> reporter: while there is no specific threat to the u.s., enhanced screening and security scares seem to be the new reality in the post paris world. a southwest airlines flight leaded to los angeles from indianapolis had to be diverted to kansas city after reports that a group of passengers would not follow instructions. >> we all thought something was wrong with the plane. >> we had no idea it was a security issue until the police officers came on. >> reporter: everyone else was reboarded and the plane landed late in l.a. police questioned three people involved and rebooked them on a
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later flight. in philadelphia, the marathon got off to a late start delayed more than 15 minutes as runners struggled to get through security screening. in atlanta, wrestling fans encountered beefed up security after reports that isis could be targeting the wwe event. >> there's threats every day. but when you're here in the middle of it, it makes you feel a little uneasy. >> reporter: the fbi is investigating saying it takes all threats seriously, but that there's no credible information at this time. extra reassurance for a country on edge. ron claiborne, abc news, new york. >> breaking developments in the murder of a pastor's wife in indiana. police in indianapolis arrested a suspect on murder charges in the death of amanda blackburn. the 28-year-old was shot to death in her home earlier this month. we expect 0 learn more today about the 18-year-old suspect. >> the family of tamir rice is still asking for justice one year after the boy was killed by cleveland police.
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the park where he was killed while carrying a toy gun. video from the incident shows a police officer shooting tamir within seconds after arriving on the scene. rice's cousin spoke out. >> he was a child. he wasn't a thug. he wasn't a gang banger. he wasn't any of those things they tried to portray him to be. >> a grand jury has been hearing testimony in the case for months. the family accused the prosecutor of dragging his feet and are demanding that he remove himself from the case. two people have been arrested in a deadly purse snatching at a georgia walmart. surveillance video shows one of the suspects walking up behind the 65-year-old victim, grabbing her purse. she's then dragged and run over as the suspect speeds away. this is the victim's brokenhearted grandson. >> they're pathetic. i mean, going around robbing older women for maybe just a few bucks that they have left, they're cowards. if one of us would have been
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there, anyone in our family that could have done something, they wouldn't have left that parking lot that night. >> an eyewitness was able to give police a description of the suspects. they were later arrested in tennessee. police say they may be linked to ten similar purse snatchings. >> we turn now to the weather. the midwest is digging out from its first snowstorm of the season. chicago's o'hare airport got more than 11 inches of snow. that's the most in 120 years in one day there with hundreds of flights canceled yesterday. driving was a challenge, as well. this blast of arctic weather is heading for the northeast and gulf region, as well. here's cam tran at accuweather. cam, good morning. >> good morning, reena and kendis. a chilly start to the workweek across the northeast. we have this trough that will bring in a surge of colder air across the region. so expect high temperatures today to be mainly in the upper 30s. some spots will hit the mid 40s. that surge of colder air will reach the lower mississippi as well as the eastern gulf.
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effect till midmorning today and that is from central texas all the way into eastern alabama. we're also watching our next big storm system off to the west here. this system will start to move in across the i-5 corridor by late tonight bringing rain showers across seattle into portland. as that system inches further inland, we're looking at chilly weather as well as a rain/snow mix along i-5. further inland we are looking at accumulating snow upwards of a foot in some areas. back to you. >> our thanks to cam. storm clouds have opened up just one week before one woman's wedding day. >> kylie had been planning her wedding for two years when she got dumped by her fiance. it gets worse. he dumped her by text message. >> nice move, bro. >> kylie didn't let it get the best of her. the jilted bride and her bridesmaids put on their dresses and did a color run ending up covered in bright colored powder. >> by the way, she plans to
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well, you might call it a straw vote. a state legislature election in mississippi ended in a tie. state law says a game of chance determines the winner. so they could flip a coin but instead the two candidates opened those silver boxes to find coffee stirrers. one long, one short. the republican who drew the short straw is filing an appeal. >> you think? they decided with yatze next? >> should have done rock, paper, scissors. >> there is a new poll that finds donald trump is in the lead among republican candidates followed by ben carson, marco rubio, ted cruz and jeb bush. >> the first poll since the deadly terrorist attacks in paris triggering contrsial statements from the current front-runner. it's your voice, your vote with abc's devin dwyer. >> reporter: donald trump is turning up the tough talk about terrorists and drawing cheers.
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>> we've got to chop off that head like they're chopping off the heads of our people. >> reporter: just take a look at who republican voters trust most to handle terrorism, in our new abc news/washington post poll. trump topping the list by far. >> so you'd bring back waterboarding? >> i would bring it back, yes. i think waterboarding is peanuts compared to what they'd do to us. >> reporter: trump reopening a debate about interrogation and torture and stirring up new controversy over this claim about 9/11. >> i watched when the world trade center came tumbling down, and i watched in jersey city, new jersey, where thousands and thousands of people were cheering as that building was coming down. >> you know, the police say that didn't happen and all those rumors have been on the internet for some time. did you misspeak yesterday? >> it did happen. i saw it. it was on television. i saw it. >> you saw that with your own eyes? >> while some around the world cheered after the 9/11 attacks, there's no known evidence of
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to celebrate. trump says he wants a database to closely track syrian refugees and wants surveillance of mosques. at his rallies? get them out of here. get out. >> reporter: tensions are running high. on saturday in alabama, this black lives matter protester claims he was beaten and subjected to racial slurs after heckling trump. >> maybe he should have been roughed up because it was absolutely disgusting what he was doing. >> reporter: trump leads dr. ben carson by ten points in our new national republican primary poll. the fourth straight month he's held the lead, and in iowa, the critical early voting state where carson's been ahead, early signs now that trump may be closing in. devin dwyer, abc news, washington. the race only two months to go. we'll see how it all plays out. coming up, the big winners at last night's american music awards. >> the fan favorites and the hot fashions. that's next in "the skinny." >> "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. [male announcer] if you've served in the military, certain habits
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>> people trying to figure out, are they dating? should they be? >>now. they're still going at it, folks. should they get a room perhaps? let's round up the other big winners. >> starting with your buddies your favorite one direction. >> what up, fellows. >> they won the big one, artist of the year. song of the year went to the taylor swift. t. swift, however, was not there. >> they were robbed. who was there, sam hunt winning for new artist of the year. people think he may be the next taylor swift, the country star primed for a mainstream crossover. >> i can see that. other big winners of the evening, florida georgia line, nicki minaj and the weekend. all three winning favorite artist in their respective genres as well as favorite album. all the awards voted on by the fans online or through social media. >> a fun night. >> it sure was. it's not an awards show without seeing all the latest fashions. we've got to start with j.lo of course, the host of the evening going through nine different looks on stage. this was my favorite. >> that's pretty. >> so she closed out the show
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thanking the producers and, of course, everyone who made her fantastic dresses. there were so many. >> and earlier on the red carpet, selena gomez, look at her here shimmering in that ruby frock. >> can we go back to that j. lo one there? because really lots of people thinking she may have shown up with justin bieber after a night out on the town this weekend. alas, the biebs showed up on his own wearing a pseudogrunge look with ripped jeans and a t-shirt. >> turning to the newest victoria's angel gigi hadid turning heads with there white two-piece. >> new mom carrie underwood was looking fak in her glittery dress and caped combo. it looked amazing. > singer z lala. we don't know what she sings but we do know she wore an octopus dress. >> always a bjork that arrives. >> always one who pretends they've never been there before. there was another award show
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this was a fantastic one. i'm sure you saw this. this one a bit more high brow. we take you now to london for the uk's longest-running theater awards. >> that's where you see her there, nicole kidman won best actress for her portrayal of a scientist in "photograph 51," her first play in london in 17 years. >> another movie star james mcavoy won for his work in the ruling class. judi dench and ian mckellen hosted the show. it was a fantastic fantastic show. >> and we've got to talk about two of hollywood's best looking people are now happily hitched to each other. >> yeah, talking about sophia vergara and joe manganiello who got married last night in florida. look at that. sophia is sharing lots of photos of her new hubby. >> why wouldn't you? look at how great they look. here's their first dance to a sinatra version of "the way you look tonight." the lavish ceremony and
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opening weekend. but an impressive pull, it's actually the lowest opening though for the franchise. the new bond film "spectre" and "the peanuts movie" coming in a distant second and third. >> i did see "hunger games" this weekend. fitting and long ending to the series. okay, this next story is certainly something you'd expect from 007. we were talking about it except it's a real-life american hero. >> a retired navy seal pushing the limits of endurance to help his fellow veterans. abc's john donvan has the story. >> reporter: you're watching a man on a mission. andy stumpf, a highly decorated former navy seal now battling in the air. he's wearing a wingsuit. he's a world class skydiver and instructor. climbing now to more than 36,000 feet. too high to breathe on his own. as he prepares to jump he makes the mistake of poking his head out. and suddenly the wind grabs him, spinning him around. >> i knew that i was in for a
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wild ride. >> reporter: he could have passed out. even died, but he managed to regain control. >> after i got out of the spin, the flight itself was visually breathtaking. >> reporter: stumpf surpassed the world record for absolute distance in a wingsuit, more than 18 1/4 miles. the best part, he's doing it to raise money. his goal, $1 million for the navy s.e.a.l. foundation. it's for the ones who do not make it back. >> i couldn't imagine making the sacrifices that i've already made and then at the end of the day not having him to come back to. >> reporter: despite being seriously wounded, andy did make it back to his wife, his three kids. but lots of his friends didn't. >> it was a huge help to know that there are people and organizations back here at home that are willing to step in, in case something happens to you. >> reporter: stumpf served ten tours of duty in afghanistan and iraq. now he says his fight is to help those still fighting to protect our country. john donvan, abc news, washington. >> one point at the end,
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he apparently looks in the camera and says let's not do this again. >> i think his wife was quite fine with him doing that. 17.5 miles was the last distance achieved in 2012. stumpf says he started sky diving out of jealousy of the other guys that can do it. don't miss our updates on facebook at wnnfans.com.
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now," informing insomniacs for good morning. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm reena ninan. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." the midwest digging out of its first snowstorm of the season with transportation snarled throughout the region. that storm system now heading for the east and gulf regions after a warmer than usual few weeks. full details ahead. the epicenter of europe's growing terror crisis is under a
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third day of lockdown. subways and schools in brussels are closed and americans being told to shelter in place as the manhunt for that alleged eighth paris attacker intensifies. >> new orleans police say 16 people were wounded when two groups opened fire on each other. the 16 were among hundreds gathered at a playground for an impromptu music video shoot. they say it may be gang related. >> the winning field goal in sunday night's football match-up between the cardinals and bengals was made easier by an unsportsmanlike like conduct penalty. arizona held off cincinnati 34-31. those are some of our top stories on this monday, november 23rd. from abc news, this is "world news now." we are going to start this half hour with the early arrival of winter weather. even though it is getting cooler and you're trying to push it off, it's going to happen. >> we could wait till february for this. >> exactly. well, not so much.
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hundreds of flights canceled yesterday after the second largest november snowstorm on record for chicago. >> poor chicago. >> highways across the midwest too were a total mess. abc's phillip mena has the details. >> reporter: a blast of winter, across the midwest, blinding snow and icy roads. >> i don't think i've gone faster than 15 miles an hour. >> i've seen a few people in ditches. >> from south dakota to michigan, more than a hundred accidents. near bloomington, illinois, wind gusts reducing visibility to near zero. travel by air a challenge too, more than 1,000 flights canceled this weekend at chicago airports. o'hare setting up cots for nearly 900 passengers stranded and some suburbs getting as much as 16 inches of snow. chicago's snowiest november in more than 100 years. the storm, snapping trees and power lines. jolting some residents out of bed. >> the power line went into the street. it was crazy.
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>> reporter: we met ted shoveling his driveway. >> were you prepared for so much snow? >> it's a bit of a shock coming from the warm weather that we had. so no, not really. >> reporter: stadium workers in iowa also scrambling. this time lapse showing the rush to remove snow before the iowa-purdue game. back here in chicago, it's only gotten colder since the storm that created huge snow piles like this one. but the good news, it is expected to warm up just in time for thanksgiving. phillip mena, abc news, barrington, illinois. >> just want to give phillip mena a cup of hot cocoa. >> stormy weather is hitting the south, rain not snow. >> heavy down power pour -- pours hit south florida and behind it a major cold snap for the eastern half of the country. cam tran continues our coverage. good morning. >> good morning, reena and kendis.
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workweek. this trough off to the east will bring a surge of colder air across the northeast. expect the highs today to be mainly in the upper 30s to mid 40s. that's about it. that's running about 10 degrees from where we should be this time of year. the cold air dipping down to the lower mississippi as well as the eastern gulf coast where we have freeze warnings in effect till about midmorning including houston and austin and stretching as far as east as alabama. reena and kendis, back to you. >> cam, thank you so much. now to our other major story this half hour. the intensifying manhunt for that alleged eighth paris attacker. police arrested 16 people in 22 raids across belgium yesterday including in the molenbeek neighborhood of brussels where officials say some of the paris suspects lived. but still, sal la abdeslam remains at large. >> up till now no firearms or explosives were found. salah abdeslam is not among the
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persons arrested during the searches >> brussels remains on its highest terror alert and a third day of lockdown today. schools, subways closed and the u.s. embassy urging american citizens to shelter in place. >> in the meantime, the city of paris is under a heavy security presence. it remains under a state of emergency having deployed 1500 additional soldiers across the city. stepping up security at tourist sites like the eiffel tower as well as at stores and malls. >> people continue to place flowers at the concert hall where more than 80 people were killed. we're hearing for the first time from members of the band playing when the horror unfolded. abc's lama hasan is in paris. >> reporter: breaking their silence for the first time, the american rock band the eagles of death metal describe the horror unfolding while performing that night. >> several people hid in our dressing room, and the killers were able to get in, and killed every one of them, except for a kid who was hiding under my
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leather jacket. >> reporter: about 30 minutes into their set, this was the bone-chilling moment the band new something was wrong. [ shots fired ] you can hear the gunfire ringing out, the attackers storming in. the drummer crouching down. in the upcoming exclusive interview with vice news, lead singer jesse hughes describes the courage their fans showed. >> so many were killed is because so many people wouldn't leave their friends. >> reporter: the band managed to escape on foot. but among the dead was their merchandise manager nick alexander. his girlfriend polina buckily remembering him at a vigil. >> he's the best man that ever lived. >> reporter: outside the bataclan concert hall, the scene of that horrific massacre, you can still see people coming here to pay their respects after those attacks. lama hasan abc news, paris. >> americans heading into one of the busiest travel weeks of the year.
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officials say this southwest airlines flight heading to los angeles was diverted to kansas city because three passengers were behaving suspiciously. they were questioned and allowed to reboard a different flight. canadian police investigated bomb threats against two other planes in hal fax, nova scotia over the weekend. onm diverted from jfk. no explosives were found on either of those planes. authorities investigated a terror threat made against last night's wwe event in atlanta. the fbi says it had no specific or credible information but added that it takes all such threats seriously. the terror attack on a hotel in mali apparently was an attempt to derail peace talks between the central government and separatist groups in the northern part of the country. 20 americans were in the hotel when the attack began. abc's alex marquardt spoke with one of the survivors. >> reporter: it was eight and a half hours of terror. >> i just knew i was dead. >> reporter: you had already resigned yourself to the fact that you were dead? >> yeah, basically.
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at 7:00 a.m. as state department contractor terry kemp stood outside the radisson blu hotel. he fled back inside, diving under a dining table. >> they never looked. they were shooting, the shells were hitting me. they never looked. i don't know why. >> reporter: after the attackers set the room on fire and left, kemp crawled through the smoke to the american rescuers and safety. >> i heard a spray of definitely gunfire. >> reporter: kathie fazekas was up in her room. she immediately barricaded the door and called for help. was there ever a point you thought, we're not going to get out of here? >> when the gunfire was going down the hallway, i e-mailed my husband a second time. he's in atlanta. and i said i love you. if this doesn't turn out right i love you and let people know. >> reporter: of the around 20 americans inside, one was killed. aid worker anita datar from maryland, in mali on a project for usaid. this attack has been claimed by an al qaeda linked group based in north africa.
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not confirm the claim, but said whoever is behind it is part of the growing wave of terror being seen around the world. alex marquardt, abc news, mali. back here at home, a new abc news poll, one by abc news and "washington post" finds that nearly a third of republican voters are favoring donald trump. he's probably a big reason why more voters are paying attention to this election than in the past 30 years. trump is getting extra attention now for controversial statements he made this weekend about terrorism and immigration. >> i watched when the world trade center came tumbling down and i watched in jersey city, new jersey, where thousands and thousands of people were cheering as that building was coming down. >> yesterday, trump stood by his story on abc's "this week." jersey city's mayor denies
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the towers collapsed and evenflo republican hopeful chris christie, of course, new jersey's governor says he does not remembers that happening. a megamerger in the pharmaceutical industry. it could be announced today. reports say that pfizer will buy aller gan in a deal worth more than $150 billion. it would be the biggest acquisition in any industry in a record-setting year for mergers. pfizer is a u.s. company but the combination would likely be based in ireland where corporate taxes are lower. >> thanksgiving travelers are getting a break. gas prices continue to plunge. the average price of a gallon of gas nationwide is now $2.08, down 14 cents since this time last month. and 70 cents less than last thanksgiving. aaa says gas prices should dip below $2 in 41 states by christmas. we're celebrating some internet history this morning. "world news now" at the center. >> 20 years ago, right now, we
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were the first tv broadcast to stream live on the internet. this was ground-breaking stuff back in 1995. as kevin newman and antonio morrow anchored a whole 12 people watched from around the world. that number quickly dropped to just seven classic "world news now," but we weren't deterred by that. >> we aired a segment where kevin talked with a viewer via the internet, a grainy black and white version of skype or facetime. our producer who headed up the experiment victor compared those images to those sent back live for the first time landing on the moon. we stopped broadcasting live online after about six months, but happy to be part of internet history. >> how about that? that's actually a big deal for 20 years ago. >> if only the show had invested in that skype device. >> and sadly, we still only have like 20 viewers online watching us. >> that's not true. >> i should point t we're
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astronaut mark kelly completed a 40-mile charity bike ride over the weekend in arizona. last year giffords did only an 11 mile portion of the event but then she started training for longer periods of time. >> i think gabby's in good shape to do this. she's been training a lot. so she's pretty much ready to go. this is a great event. >> and gifford's later tweeted goal achieved. one word to sum it all up. >> you said only 11 miles? that's very impressive. >> only 11 miles last year but she upped it by going 40. >> that's tremendous. >> she said it was awesome. >> well, a dream vacation has turned into a nightmare for an oregon couple because of a fatal auto accident. >> the man isn't allowed to return to the u.s. for at least six months while the case makes its way through the courts. abc's ron claiborne with the story. >> reporter: an oregon couple trapped in paradise. >> i just want to go home to my girls. >> john eckman and his girlfriend lori breeden went on what was supposed to be a long relaxing trip to the dominican republic three weeks ago.
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>> we were going to stay for five weeks. this incident happened a week after we were here. >> reporter: but now they say a judge there will not let eckman 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 a rental car late at night down a busy freeway when they hit a motorcycle laying in the middle of the street. >> i had no time to react. we were both in shock. this man was laying there. >> reporter: the driver of the motorcycle was also in the street but they did not hit them they say and they believe he was already dead. the aftermath captured on video by a passerby, making local news headlines in the dominican republic. >> the few people that were on site were talking about that he had been hit by a truck. >> eckman and brieden say they
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pulled off to the side of the road immediately. but when police arrived they arrested eckman. >> i didn't know what was going to happen to john. i was terrified. >> stripped of his american passport, the u.s. embassy unable to help, john says he is free on bail. but for now according to dominican police, he cannot leave his hotel for the next six months. ron claiborne, abc news, new york. >> saga that will be ongoing. coming up, a teacher's inspiring message for students. >> and what he says to each of them individually that will bring a smile to your face. you're watching "world news now." "world news now" continues after
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fun. you're silly, you're fast, you're strong. thank you for being a great student. >> he starts his classes with klimts. -- compliments. >> i think everyone in here loves you. >> yes. >> great job. >> i think it's important that they learn how to be kind to one another. so i model that and whatever they see me do, that becomes their reality. >> and his kindness curriculum has grown outside of the classroom. >> seven months ago, i started a blog called special books by special kids. and the reason we started that was so that the children in my class who have a variety of different conditions are now able to communicate with the world. my goal is to help people step inside the minds of these children because i think that their minds are some of the most pure i've ever seen. >> i love you, too. you're a great student. >> you're the best teacher. >> byron pitts, abc news, new york. >> what a sweet story.
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do. despite turkey being more in season at the moment, one butcher in the pacific northwest figured out a way to keep up with their busy clientele, even after they're closed. >> we won't judge you meat eaters. get this meat vending machines. komo's alisa jaffe has the story. >> did you try the beef jerky? would you like to? >> reporter: candy store for the carnivore, that's how the owners of owens meats describe their butcher shop that's remain in the family for more than 100 years. >> started with our great grandpa morgan in about 1827. >> reporter: doug and don owens knew one day the store would be theirs. the meat shop struggled in the depression during the 30s and recession in the '80s. >> $24.5 please. >> reporter: business has exploded the past few years to sometimes 600 customers a day. that's good and bad. >> when i come in here after hours to get a steak for myself, i have to sneak into the
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backdoor and i have to kind of hide behind the counter. >> reporter: otherwise he says he would be serving customers peering in his windows all night. this summer he had a brainstorm to satisfy after hour meat lovers. >> while i was hiding behind the counter it kind of hit me we need a vending machine out front. >> reporter: just swipe the card and select the meat. you can get five yards of pepperoni and summer sausage. >> i think it's a great idea. makes me hungry. >> reporter: customers say they've never seen anything like it. >> i thought it was movies or candy or something. i can't believe that it was beef jerky. >> reporter: the brothers have big dreams for owen's meat machines. >> we've got ten machines that will be out around the state within the next week, and within the next few months or a year after that, we're hoping to have anywhere from 100 to 200 or 300 machines. >> there we go. >> reporter: that's one way to bring home the bacon. >> $25. thank you. have a good day. >> elise sass jaffe, komo news. >> what do you think? >> both of us are like pescetarian. it's an interesting concept for
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us. i don't know that i would want to go there for my meat. i'm not sure where i'd go for my meat. >> they should expand and maybe do a cheese shop by a vending machine. good cheeses are hard to find after hours. >> that's very 1% of you. hard to find
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>> that's very 1% of you. this morning on "world news now," nation on edge. >> the terror watch from coast to coast from flights diverted to sporting events threatened. first responders in the homeland taking no chances before the holiday after brutal attacks seas. terror manhunt. the intense investigation in belgium. police putting brussels on lockdodo while looking for the
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paris attackers. the tension as the workweek begins. >> extreme weather. the heavy snowstorm hitting the busiest airports in the middle of the country before thanksgiving. now temperatures take a nose diuweather is tracking it all. and later, the americacaca music awards. celine dion's tribute to paris. the make-out session seen by millions and winners take home the awards. an unforgettable evening. it is monday, november 23rd. from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning to you on this monday. i'm kendis gibson. >> i'm reena ninan. what a night it was last night flow. >> it was an amazing american music awards all three hours playing out there. it started out with a dance medley from j. lo and ended with a medley by justin bieber in the rain and you know, besides the rain, celine deon brought.to tears. >> it was really moving her
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tribute in french. we're going to begin with the terror watch this morning in america just three days before thanksgiving. >> worries over potential paris copycat attacks have authorities across the country on high alert drilling first responders particularly here in new york city. we're going to start our coverage with abc's ron claiborne. >> reporter: americans on edge, heading into some of the busiest travel days of the year. this southwest airlines plane diverted, officials say, because three passengers were behaving suspiciously. >> when someone says you're making an emergency landing, of course, you're going to be kind of nervous. >> reporter: the flight headed to los angeles. those passengers causing concern taken off the plane and questioned and later allowed to re-board a different flight. saying they received information about a threat against a but the fbi said it had no specific or credible information about any such attack, adding it takes all threats seriously. >> the goal of a terrorist attack is to injure and kill as many people as possible.
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terrorist groups are always looking for those targets that are softer, that have lots of people, but are difficult to secure. >> reporter: in new york city, hundreds of emergency responders taking part in an exercise. a terrorist in a suicide vest now added to the scenario in response to those paris attacks. president obama vowing that fear of being targeted by terrorists will not become the new normal. >> they can't beat us on the battlefield, so they try to terrorize us into being afraid. as president, i will not let that happen. >> reporter: here at laguardia airport and many other airports around the country, security fears mean travelers will see a much heavier police presence for weeks and probably months to come. ron claiborne, abc news, at laguardia airport in new york city. the center of europe's terror crisis under its highest terror alert. for a third day, brussels is on
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lockdown. subways are shuttered, schools are closed as both police and soldiers guard the grand palace, the city's main central square in what belgian officials fear will be an imminent paris-sky 4 is mass casualty attack. the u.s. embassy is asking u.s. citizens to shelter in place. brussels is the home of a suspected eighth paris attacker. he still remains at large. belgian police arrested more than a dozen people in 22 raids yesterday as the hunt for salah abdeslam continues. >> reporter: walk down brussels, the metro closed. >> it's not normal. you know? >> reporter: belgian officials say they'll maintain this highest level of alert, a response to what is police believe is a serious imminent threat of attacks targeting malls and public transport. >> we need to have support from the belgian army so everything is secure here in brussels. >> reporter: amidst this
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for escaped paris killer salah abdeslam. authorities say the 26-year-old terrorist went to belgium following the attack and a lawyer for his driving companions claims he was possibly wearing a suicide belt. back in paris, the memorials still growing as we learn new chilling details of the nightmare inside the bataclan concert hall. the lead singer of the american band playing there that night in upcoming interview with vice news. >> several people hid in our dressing room and the killers were able to get in and killed every one of them except for a kid who was hiding under my leather jacket. >> reporter: this picture of another accused terrorist, one of the men they say passed through greece before detonating a suicide vest outside this stadium. president obama again vowed to put an end to isis. >> we do not succumb to fear. >> marci gonzales, abc news,
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paris. >> we're learning new details what might have been behind the deadly deadly terror attack in the hotel in the african nation of mali. it was an apparent attempt to derail the peace process between the central government and separatist groups in the northern part of the country. those peace negotiations have been dragging on for more than two years. state department contractor terry kemp was one of around 20 americans at the hotel. >> they never looked. they were shooting. the shells were hitting me. they never looked. i don't know why. >> there was one american among the 19 victims of the attack. anita datar. she was a public health worker and former peace corps volunteer from maryland and a mother to a 7-year-old son. back at home and to breaking news from new orleans where at least 16 people have been hurt after two groups opened fire on each other. police say the shooting happened when hundreds of people gathered at a playground for an impromptu music video shoot. officers were on their way to break it up when the gunfire
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they suspect it might be gang related. >> funeral services set for the young black man shot dead in minneapolis. the killing of jamar clark a week ago has set off a series of protests. witnesses claim the he was handcuffed at the time. a charge the police department strongly denies. investigators from the justice department expected to start looking into the case. now to the extreme weather and the coldest temperatures since last spring for the midwest and east overnight. the midwest has already had its first snowfall of the season put impact on transportation in other parts of the country. with more, here's phillip mena. >> reporter: an early season snowstorm is giving midwesterners an early taste of winter before they've even tasted thanksgiving turkey. were you prepared for so much snow? >> it's a bit of a shock coming from the warm weather we had. so no, not really. >> reporter: parts of illinois are getting some of their biggest november snow totals on record. even big rigs couldn't muscle their way off the slick roads.
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>> i would stay off the roads. they're really bad. slippery, icy. >> reporter: ice made driving a risky business. >> i don't think i've gone faster than 15 miles an hour all day. >> i've seen people in ditches. >> reporter: streets and highways were littered with auto wrecks as howling winds and heavy snow joined forces to drive down visibility to near zero. travel by air also a slow go. more than 1,000 flights canceled at chicago airport. 900 stranded passengers spent the night on cots at o'hare airport. 900 stranded passengers spent the night on cots at o'hare airport. some suburbs getting as much as 16 inches of snow. chicago's snowiest november in more than 100 years. the weight of snow and ice too much for trees and power lines. >> the power line just went right into the street. it was crazy. >> reporter: the deep freeze has dug in across the midwest for now. but forecasters say the region will defrost in time for thanksgiving. phillip mena, abc news, barrington, illinois. >> i'm a florida girl.
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i can't drive in that type of snow. >> i can't live in that kind of snow. stay that way. >> i know. mother nature should be locked up and put in jail because the deep freeze he mentioned is chilling the northeast and southeast. we don't want to go below 50 degrees here. >> hang in the next four months. accu-weather meteorologist cam tran has our forecast. good morning, cam. >> good morning, reena and kendis. brr, it is going to be down right chilly across the northeast. this trough will bring a surge of colder air across the northeast. highs today mainly in the upper 30s. some spots will hit the mid 40s. that's it. those temperatures will be 10 degrees below where they should be for this time of year. that surge of colder air will dip down as far as the lower mississippi as well as the eastern gulf coast. we have freeze warnings in effect till midmorning including austin and houston stretching as far as east as montgomery, alabama. back to you. >> brr is right. thanks, cam. the snow wasn't a problem for some residents of madison,
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wisconsin. that's actually a delight for the zoo's twin polar bears. two of the newest residents rolled around in the snow, putting on a show for visitors. >> apparently the first time they saw snow in their new home. the 3-year-old twins came to madison from st. paul, so they're no strangers to snow. if they had come from florida, they wouldn't have the same feeling. > they'll get used to that coming this winter. coming up "the mix," a scene going viral. a boy trying to sing the national anthem with the hiccups. also ahead, the american music awards. one direction's big moment on stage and j. lo, boy did she have many moments as emcee. we're sharing the big highlights. first, the medical student called a hero for a very selfless act. how his bravery could have cost his life. and do join us on facebook. share your opinions. we love hearing from you and also on twitter@abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." abcwnn. you're watching "world news now." i don't use super poligrip for hold, because my d @abcwnn.
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** blaming it on a candle. officials say that's what started this fire on the 50th floor of the john hancock sky scraper in downtown chicago. five people including a police officer suffered minor injuries. it was contained to a single bedroom. but the flames saluting out of the window surprised many holiday shoppers below. surprisingly, big john does not have a sprinkler system. well, a med school student is in critical condition this morning after confronting a gunman when he saw a woman in
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trouble. >> the search continues for the shooter after the terrifying encounter captured on camera. here's abc's gloria riviera. >> reporter: authorities are searching for this man, 21-year-old euric cain accused of kidnapping a woman and trying to kill the good samaritan who tried to save her. >> we know who you are, and you need to know that we are going to find you. surveillance video captured the woman walking alone in new orleans at nearly 4:00 a.m. friday morning. a hooded man approaches, dragging her away. the woman disappears from frame. she is alone with her alleged attacker when peter gold who is a fourth-year medical student at tulane university, drives by scene. gold brakes, backs up and gets out to help. his hands up, gold pleads with the man, who has a gun on him and is demanding cash. the aspiring doctor is shot in the stomach. >> perp is a black male, grey hoodie. >> reporter: the suspect tries to shoot gold repeatedly, aiming
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at his head, but he fails and takes off in this suv. an anonymous bystander saw it all. >> i saw the guy with the gun shoot the guy in the stomach. i saw him stand over him and attempt to shoot him. >> reporter: the woman gold saved got away and is recovering. in a statement to abc news gold's family thanks everyone for their continued concern saying peter's condition is improving. a friend and classmate describes him as a great guy who "always has your back." apparently true, whether he knows you or not, gloria riviera, abc news, washington. what bravery. >> absolutely. it's not clear if the gun jammed or not. very fortunate in that case. man. >> and tulane university is contributing $10,000 to help find any information on that suspect. coming up in our next half-hour, a form navy s.e.a.l.'s new mission. over 18 miles up. his record setting wing suit jump almost carbon wrong and his
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[ [ singing in french ] oh boy, hands down the most powerful moment from last night's american music awards. celine dion with an emotional paris attack. hardly a dry eye in the house. >> take a look there. dion who is french canadian sang a rendition of edith piaf's hymn. beautil images of paris shone brightly behind her amid all the fun had at the
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award show. it was easily the most memorable performance i'd say of this year's amas. >> incredibly touching, really was. >> ye. t evening filled with plenty of others. the evening filled with plenty others. where do we start? how about the host, j. lo is a good place to start kicking things off with a killer medley of this years areas hottest songs. >> like a fly girl. >> back to the '80s. >> this went on for quite a bit. j. lo do all of the medleys of songs with her flag girl moves. >> she was fantastic. >> and nikki was impressed. those weren't the only moves. megan trainer and charlie puth had quite the moment after performing the song "marvin gaye" together they put on the moves on each other. marvin gaye let's get it on. >> okay. >> oh. >> oh, my goodness. >> oh, my god. what were they serving backstage?
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>> what's going on? >> wow. >> are they together? >> i would think they were together. >> get a room already, people. >> a source close to trainor tells "people" magazine the two are just friends. >> they're definitely together. >> yes. and i need friends like that. and friendly is something people are not calling nicki minaj during the ceremony. >> nikki seemed to be annoyed at different points in the evening even though she had wins for favorite rap artist and favorite rap album. during one of her performance speeches, she seemed anxiouso get off stage. >> thank to you universal records, cash money and young money. thank you. >> you know what? there's a lot of pressure. maybe she was just -- she forgot somebody. i give her the benefit of the doubt on that one. some people are staying she rolled her eyes and stormed off stage similar to getting annoyed with miley cyrus at the mtv video awards.
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pressure. make sure the girls are not -- all tucked in and not coming in. >> that is an engineering feat to make sure all of that is all that is together. the emit -- epitome of good manners, as always, the four lads from one direction. they took home the biggest award of the evening. artist of the year. the second year they won the top prize. >> they took home the award for favorite duo or group in the pop rock category. >> good for them. considering it's the last time they'll win an award. >> you love them. and justin bieber, dancing in the rain. >> this is quite cool. he did a medley. yeah, this is justin kind of doing a medley of all of his hits. quite a comeback for jb over the last year. >> is he getting wet in this or is it just -- computer generated? >> i think he got pretty soaked in it, but he still performed during it. and there was controversy over the weekend on whether or not he's back with selena gomez. there were photos of them. but that's still like
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controversial. >> we don't know if they marvin gayed and got it on? >> we don't. by the way, the awards are still going on in l.a. do we have a shot on what's going on on stage? that's still happening? > this is a live abc camera. >> they're still on stage. >> wow. >> getting it on. >> i like how you get the backstage camera well after the amas are over. you are a man with connections. >> might be some raunchy stuff. we'll check in with them. >> "the mix" up next.stuff. we'll check in with them. >> "the mix" up next. well, things in the bedroom have always been pretty good. yeah, no complaints. we've always had a lot of fun, but i wanted to try something new. and i'm into that. so we're using k-y love. it's a pleasure gel that magnifies both of our sensations. right, i mean, for both of us, just... yeah, it just takes all those awesome feelings you usually feel and it just makes them... rawr...
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stop him. quarter of a million hits watching this boy. >> he nailed it. you could see some of the players laughing a little bit, chuckling. bravo to him. >> he didn't walk off the field. well done. >> he did it. congrats to him. all right. so a little bit of sports. another hiccup this one on the field during the packers and the vikings game. take a lk at who delays the game. a little rocky going for it right there. >> are they trying to put him in a bag? >> he's going for the gatorade. joe buck with the man beard. >> great pad level. >> great extension. >> did he get away? >> 3-0. green bay on top.
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>> joe buck covering it all there for us. he -- he didn't get away. they did finally nab him. but it did create a little bit of a delay. by the way, the packers finally needed that streak of luck as they won the game finally. >> you credit the squirrel? >> the squirrel, yes, yes. >> okay. remember when we did a segway, the guys on segways to justin bieber's song "what do you mean"? there's a woman who may have topped them from from north korea. look at her on a long board dancing and and dancing pretty gracefully. can you do that? keep the board going while dancing. she can do this on concrete. she makes it look so insanely easy. >> she's in the north, right? >> north korea. >> some film we get from the north.
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things up up there, very nice of her to do that. finally, this is perfectly for you. your pumpkin has arrived. this is a pumpkin pie desert created by a photographer. it is pretty cool. it features italian meringue and also a nice crust. we found somebody who would love this.
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whoa, yeah making news in america this morning -- terror threats. a holiday week kicking off with increased security. americans on alert after the paris attack. the capital of one country virtually shut down. breaking overnight. a break in the case of a murdered pastor's wife.
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the new dekales just coming in. wild rescue. the car clungs into the river. the driver trapped inside. her dramatic call for help. the american music awards. the the high lights, performances, and must-see moments. well good monday morning. we begin with the nation on edge as half a world away, european governments are under their highest terror alerts and warnings. >> america is under a terror watch this morning, just three days before thanksgiving. worries over a potential paris copy cat attack have security on edge close to close. our coverage begins right now with abc's stephanie ramos joining us from washington. stephanie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, kendis and reena.
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vigilance here in the united states. this is fallout from the terror attacks on soft targets overseas. american cities on edge. >> makes you question every loud noise. >> reporter: in atlanta, policing they received a threat about this pro wrestling event over the weekend. americans alert and kaurgscautious more than a week after the paris attacks. even on flights. this plane diverted. >> terrorist groups are always looking for those targets that are softer, that have lots of people but are difficult to secure. >> reporter: in new york city, nypd officers storming a subway station, guns drawn, during this planned drill. >> these exercises are vitally necessary in new york city, we are at this time, very well prepared. >> reporter: later this week,
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french president francois holland holland hollande will be in the united states. >> thank you, stephanie. > meantime, overseas, the center of europe's terror crisis remains turned highest alert this morning. >> the city of brussels with its 1 million residents on lockdown for a third day as the manhunt intense fies. there were 22 raids yesterday. but still no sign of salah abdeslam. the american embassy is asking u.s. citizens in belgium to shelter. france is in a state of emergency. 1500 soed yers deployed over the city. stepping up security at hot spots like the eiffel tour. french president francois
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week to meet with president obama. the attack in mali was an attempt to derail a peace process in the northern part of the country. those peace negotiations have been dragging on for more than two xweerps a woman from maryland was among the dead. the president is looking into whether intelligence reports were altered to payment a rosier picture in the u.s. fight against isis. claims were made that supervisors falsifyied reports. those from centcom and the cia intelligence agency are under question. donald trump is retaining his lead. nearly a third of gop voters vor him. ben carson still ten points behind. trump leads republicans in make troefrt staples.
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devin dwyer has the latest. >> reporter: donald trump is turning up the tough talk. >> we gotta chop off that head like they're chopping off the head of our people. >> reporter: look who they trust the most to handle terror nichl a new poll. >> so you would bring back waterboarding? >> yes, i think that's peanuts compared to what they do to us. >> reporter: trump stirring up new controversy. >> i watched when the world trade center came tum bing down. and i watched in jersey city, new jersey, where thousands and thousands of people were cheering as that building was coming down. >> you know, the police say that didn't happen. and those rumors have been on the internet for a long time. did you misspeak? >> i saw it. >> you saw wit your own eyes?
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the world cheered after the 9/11 attacks. at his rallies -- >> get him out of here, get him out! >> reporter: this black lives matter protester claims he was beaten. >> maybe he should have been roughed up. it was absolutely disgusting what he was doing. >> reporter: devin dwye abc, was a. police in indianapolis say they have charged 18-year-old larry taylor with murder. he's accused of killing 28-year-old amanda blackburn in home invasion earlier this month. her body was discovered by her hurd when he returned home from the gym. their 15-month-old son was not injured. he was home at the time. two other persons of interests are in custody. we expect to learn more about this arrest today. the midwest digging out from its first snowstorm of the
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chicago's o' hare airport canceled hundreds of flights the. driving a bit of a challenge, too. this blast of arctic weather headed for the northeast and coastal regions. >> good morning, reena and kennedys. it will be a downright chilly start to the workweek. the trough will bring a blast of cold air. we'll be about ten degrees below where we should be. the the cold air dipping as far down south as the lower mississippi and the eastern gulf coast where we have freeze warnings in effect. that includes places likes houston and austin, as far east as alabama. >> thank you so much, cam. president obama back at the white house. the commander in chief landing last night at andrews air force base. the president has no public events schedule frd today.
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a candle is blamed for this ightening scene on the 50th floor of the john hancock building in downtown chicago. the fire looked worse than it actually was to holiday shoppers down below. it was contained to a single bedroom. five people suffered minor injuries, including, we're told,
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the fire alarm system was claimed not to have worked. gun fire in a new york neighborhood sent 16 people to the hospital. the shooting happened when hundreds of people gathered for an impromptu music video. a megamerger in the pharmaceutical industry could be announced tote. reports are that a megamerger in the pharmaceutical industry could be announced tote. reports are that pfizer will buy allergan. this year's seen one huge corporate acquisition after another. the combination would likely be based in ireland where corporate taxes are lower. gas prices are down as we head into the thanksgiving holiday. aaa says the average price is $2.08. 14 cents less than a month ago and 76 cents lower than last thanksgiving. the auto club believes the national average could fall
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below $2 by christmas. that would be the first time in six years. a question for you. when is an opening week end above $10 million a disappointment? when the film is part of the "hunger games" series. it's the lowest debut for the four movies in the franchise. "mockingjay part 2" made only $101 million. james bond's "spectre" in second, far behind, with $14.6 million. and "the peanuts movie" in third. >> $100 million considered bad? >> and we said only. i know. when we come back, breaking their silence. the band on stage during the paris attacks describing the horror as terrorists stormed the concert hall. the miracle baby born too early on a cruise ship returning home to a cheering crowd. i have asthma... ...one of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine, i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults
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the second biggest november snowfall on record dumped nearly nine inches on rockford, illinois, this weekend. it's the most in 64 years. just that one storm makes this the third snowiest november %-pever. there were a few minor fender be temperatures will be in the 50s by thanksgiving. >> roads should be fine this morning in rocord. maybe slippery around the great lakes. watch out for icy roads in the mountains between seattle and spokane. and wet surfaces at lower elevations as well. in paris this morning, the french president was joined by the british prime minister in france at the
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bataclan cafe. they paid tribu to those who there. >> we're learning for the first time from the members of the band playing when the horror unfolded. the american rock band the eagles of death metal describes what was happening backstage. dressing room. and -- the killers were able to get in and killed every one of them, except for a kid who was >> hughes said so many concert goers were killed because they refused to leave their friends. back here at home, a manhunt is under way in new orleans for a gunman accused of trying to kidnap a won't and trying to kill the man who tried to save her. the man was trying to drag the woman away. tulane medical student peter gold drives by the scene and tries to help. his hands held high, he pleads with the men before he's shot in the stomach. an anonymous by stander saw it all. >> i saw the guy with the gun.
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i saw the guy fall. i saw him stand over him and attempt to shoot him, with, like, in the face a couple times. >> get this, police say 21-year-old eric cane tried to shoot gold in the head when his gun jammed. he got away with the victim's purse. gold's family says peter's condition is critical but improving. we're hearing for the first time the desperate pleas of a woman trapped inside her car quickly filling with water. it happened north of seattle last week when place say this woman drove around this road closed sign. the street flooded and her car was pulled into the icy river. locked inside this sinking vehicle for nearly 45 minutes. she called 911 in a panic. >> please help me. my car is full of water. >> is is your head out of the water? >> my head is out of the water. but it's not going to be too long. >> amazingly, emergency crews rushed in with a backhoe just in
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time. the woman was cold but is reportedly okay. she could face a $430 fine for ignoring that road closed sign. >> she had a smile on her face. i guess that's the least you can do. a premature baby is finally home in utah after a very long and strange trip. haiden morgan was born three months early while his family was on a cruise. of the caribbean. the ship was 14 hours from the nearest port. haiden only weighed about a pound. doctors weren't sure he would live. he spent the last few months in hospitals in miami and puerto rico. an air ambulance service flew him to utah this weekend at no cost to the family. time for sports. a big sunday for nascar's kyle busch. >> here with the detail, and more, are our guys at espn. >> john buccigross. john anderson. so happy to be a part of this 41 hours for -- because we're in the 41st year of "gma." >> happy birthday. >> so we're going to be here for 41 hours straight. and we're going to start with john and some vroom, vroom. they crowned a champion in
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sunday in home sted, florida, just south of miami been you get to the keys. there's jeff gordon. he's retiring as a full-time racer after this race. some rain early. a little delay. bujeff, clean that thing off, he's ready to go. he got off to a very good start. in the end, it would be kyle busch who would take home the championship. four racers had a chance. forden one of them, harvick, and truex jr. that man wins it. but that man got the hugs after an amazing career. >> i think he's going to vet school now. steph curry and the warriors looking to start the season 15-0. that ties the nba record for the best start. breaks the record for the best start by a defending champion. rich, creamy nougats go after them, though. steph curry did steph curry things. if i want to call him klay, i'm going to call him klay. warriors up by eight. now up by ten. andre iguodala hits a three.
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curry didn't score 20. they win it by a final of 118-105. they're 15-0. and the devils beat the canucks. that's all time we have. stick around and watch scott van pelt after "monday night football." a live "sportscenter" at 9:00 right here on the espn. >> hey, boys, you missed one story. is there they did. >> maybe the green bay packers can sign this squirrel to the squad. the rodent got on to the field and rushed for more yards than the packers on their losing streak. >> green bay did go on to beat the vikings on a field that normally sees a different rodent. the golden gophers of the university of minnesota. he's got good stretch there. >> a fast little thing. >> very fast. eat your heart out, adrian peterson. up next, the american music awards. the big winners and moments you have to see. and mark zuckerberg reigniting the paternity leave
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time now to check "the pulse" -- stories you'll be talking about today. starting with a big night for pop music's hottest stars. >> the american music awards were handed out. in lpgaless. including artists of the year, direction. and nicki minaj winning favorite rap, hip hop artist album. >> j. lo probably stole the show, hosting, performing, and changes her clothes, bursting out of a total of ten costume changes including a long-sleeved bodysuit and a canary yellow one that you see there with bell-bottoms. not bad. >> she looked incredible in each of them. >> big bird would be proud of that one she did there in the yellow. >> come on. she ed great. and justin bieber capped the show with a splash. dumping what little was left of
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stage as he cried his way through a rendition of "sorry." >> it was a great performance. they all did great. it was fantastic. and there was a tribute by celine dion to the folks in paris. >> very moving. and faceok's billionaire co-founder and ceo. bringing more to the paternity debate. >> mark zuckerberg says he will take two months off after the birth of his daughter. the soon to be proud papa posten postening an image of the new baby gear and his dog on facebook. >> this comes at a time when other companies are making paternity leave increasingly popular. our sports hero of the day. a 7-year-old australian boy. ethan hall was singing the national anthem before a baseball game when he began to hiccup. >> like a trooper, he continued to sing. the video has gone viral. let us rejoice
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oh [ hiccups ] oh [ hiccups ] >> he doesn't give up. you can see some of the players and officials trying not to laugh. >> he made it through the entire anthem and got high fives from some of the players well-deserved. >> absolutely. >> nice job, big fella. you can take on our anthem next. >> more news after this.fella. you can take on our anthem next. this moment is perfect in every way
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surprisingly mild. a new storm is moving into the pacific northwest, bringing rain and snow, possibly heavy snow near the great lakes. chilly this the deep south and northeast, as that midwest storm heads that way. and finally, a man on a mission. former navy s.e.a.l. taking big leaps in a winged suit to help raise money for his fellow veterans. >> his goal to set four world records in one jump to raise $1 million. here's abc's john donvan. >> reporter: you're watching a man on a mission. andy stumpf. a highly decorated former navy s.e.a.l. now battling in the air. he's wearing a winged suit. he's a world-class skydiver and instructor. climbing to more than 36,000 feet. too high to breathe on his own. as he prepares to jump, he makes the mistake of poking his head out and suddenly, the wind grabs him, spinning him around. >> i knew i was in for a wild ride. >> reporter: he could have passed out, even died. but he managed to regain
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>> after i got out of the spin, the flight itself was just visually breathtaking. >> reporter: he surpassed the record for absolute distance in a winged suit, more than 18.25 miles. he's doing it to raise $1 million for the navy s.e.a.l. foundation. for the ones who do not make it back. >> i couldn't igine making the sacrifices that i've already made and then at the end of the day, not having him to come back to. >> reporter: despite being seriously wounded, andy did make it back to his wife, his three kids. lots of his friends did not. >> it was a huge help to know that there are people and organizations back here at home that are willing to step in in case something happens to you. >> reporter: stumpf served ten tours of duty in afghanistan and iraq. now he says, his fight is to help those still fighting to protect our country. john donvan, abc news. >> some of the best that our nation has. >> that, they are.
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ten tours of duties. and now, a world record holder. good for him. that's what's making news in america this morning, everyone. >> do stay tuned for "good morning america." have a great monday. making news in america this morning -- terror threats. a holiday week kicking off with increased security. americans on alert after the paris attack. the capital of one country virtually shut down. breaking overnight. a break in the case of a murdered pastor's wife.
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the new dekales just coming in. wild rescue. the car clungs into the river. the driver trapped inside. her dramatic call for help. the american music awards. the the high lights, performances, and must-see moments. well good monday morning. we begin with the nation on edge as half a world away, european governments are under their highest terror alerts and warnings. >> america is under a terror watch this morning, just three days before thanksgiving. worries over a potential paris copy cat attack have security on edge close to close. our coverage begins right now with abc's stephanie ramos joining us from washington. stephanie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, kendis and reena.
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vigilance here in the united states. this is fallout from the terror attacks on soft targets overseas. american cities on edge. >> makes you question every loud noise. >> reporter: in atlanta, policing they received a threat about this pro wrestling event over the weekend. americans alert and kaurgscautious more than a week after the paris attacks. even on flights. this plane diverted. >> terrorist groups are always looking for those targets that are softer, that have lots of people but are difficult to secure. >> reporter: in new york city, nypd officers storming a subway station, guns drawn, during this planned drill. >> these exercises are vitally necessary in new york city, we are at this time, very well prepared. >> reporter: later this week,
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