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homes. blown trananormers sparking fires. rough going by road and by air on one of the busiest travel days of the year. what you need to know before you head back home. candidates on the road. donald trump's dramatic landing in florida, tackling criticism for his recent comments about a disabled reporter. >> i would never mock a person that has difficulty. >> while ben carson is jordan visiting refugee camps, what he's saying overnight. and college e otball frenzy. a wild day of amazing catches. upsets. and even a dancing coach. all the action just ahead of the college football playoff. hey, good morning, on the busiest airport travel day of
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and it's likely to be a messy one with that ice storm hitting central part of the country. and there's a new storm on the way. rob has your forecast coming up. but we do start with the attack on the planned parenthood clinic in colorado springs. as we come on air, we're learning so much more about the suspect, his past, his political views and his potential motive for killing three and injuring nine others. >> this, as the idyllic city of colorado springs struggles to recover from its second tif shooter incident in a month. clayton sandell is there. >> reporter: the planned parenthood building behind is still a crime scene. overnight, we're learning that the alleged gunman to authorities and that's bringing his possible motive into clear focus. after that deadly five-hour shootout between police and alleged gunman robert dear --
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police and federal a ants, guns drawn, search his remote mobile home north of colorado springs. where neighbors said dear and a woman mostly kept to themselves. >> we sure didn't smile or nothing. >> we got some anti-obama pamphlets within three minutes of meeting someone. >> reporter: the home similar to this rundown north carolina cabin, where dear once ved without running g ter or electricity. >> we just took fire through the windowow >> and then i heard d loud pop and a few people began to duck and run. >> reporter: after the firefight and standoff, law enforcement sources said that dear allegedly made rambling, hostile comments about planned parenthood. >> it happened a planned parenthood setting. >> reporter: what does that tell you? >> my suspicions are that has a lot to do with the motive. >> reporter: loretta lynch called it a crime against women receiving care at the planned
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the organization said it the gunman was motivated by opposition opposition. overnight one of dear's alleged victims, garrett swasey, a university of colorado police officer was honored in a campus service. >> garrett would tell you tonight that forgiveness needs to be extended to him. >> reporter:r:wo more people who have have been killed haven't been identified. nine others were wounded. but expected to recover. >> we're going to support the victims and their families. >> r rorter: now, law enforcement sources say the department of justice considers this case a case of domestic terrorism, but dear will likely face state charges first, which will include three charges of murder. >> all right, clayton, thank you, our thoughts go out to those victims. and our big story this morning, millions of peoplee will be on the move today, heading home after the long holiday weekend. for many, the driving will be dicey because of ice and
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morning. hi, phillip. >> reporter: hi, paula. good morning. it's been a busy weekend for emergency crews across several states in this region. but here in the oklahoma city area, frozen trees snapping under the weight of all of this ice. and behind me, you can see a power popo has fallen over to o power line.. this morning, 80,000 people still without power. central oklahoma, one of the hardest hit by this storm. cased in up to one inch of accumulated ice over three days. that ice bringing down massive trees, crushing cars, smashing through homes. power poles, too, snapped in half. downed wires shutting down intetetate 40, stranding d dvers for hours. neighborhood after neighborhood, left in the dark. as sparking lines were ripped
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this morning, nearly 80,000 residents still without power. across the central plains, the ice and rain wreaking havoc on millions of families hitting the road to drive home after the holidays. last night, this semitruck skidded off the road before slamming into an outback steakhouse in amarillo, texas. three days of dangerous weather being blamed for at least 14 deaths, 8 of them in texas. this man rescued by swift-water teams after his truck began to taking on rushing water. parts of the state hit with as much as eight inches of rain, forcing homeowners to flee. and this rancher to evacuate her horses. this garland golf course washed out and a popular vacation spot now turned lake it normally sits on.
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the region are left picking up the pieces and recovering from this storm. >> phillip, thank you. as we said, this is a huge travel day especially at the airports. if you're flying today, you may want to leave some extra point. gloria rivera is at reagan national airport in washington, d.c. flower ya, good morning to you. >> reporter: if you're leaving early you might be okay, otherwise this is the busiest travel day of the thanksgiving holiday. nearly 2.7 million people expected to fly today. some of the country's biggest hubs from l.a. to denver, to chicago, have been jampacked all week. the transportation security administration sticks to their rule, arrive two hours early. and there are also apps, when i fly can i bring, that will tell you what you take and can not take through security. if you're going to travel with gifts put them in a gift bag, that will ease inspection.
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they want you to know that you can carry on pies and cake and good to know about the pies and cake and classic news you can use. >> exactly. exacacy. to grandmother's home and back home. so many have been dealing with treacherous storms, rob, there's another one coming that could wreak havoc for travelers. >> reporter: yes. we have kind of a one-two punch happening. then with this next storm coming in, certainly going to make driving treacherous. here's the rainfall, still heavy across texas. till some freezing rain. the freezingngine is lifting a little bititurther to the north h fore the next systememomes in. that's going to bring in some significant snows, especially west of chicago, here comes the storm in through tomorrow evening. from sioux falls to fargo. anywhere from six to ten inches of snow in this area. so, driving and flying will be
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treacherous. more on this storm and what's going on out west in just a few minutes. >> good to know. and president obama will arrive in paris today for an internation summit on climate change, of course, just two weeks afafr the paris terrorist attacks. he'll be joined by officials from nearly 200 countries and security is extremely high. you can see evidence right there. the soccer stadium yesterday, as police with machine guns patrolled the stands for the first game since those attacks. and jon karl is in paris. all the leaders are there for the climate change, but the battle agagast isis is expected to be front andndenter? >> reporter: absolutely, paulala you know president obama has said this summit, the very fact that it's taking place just two weeks after those attacks here in paris, is a powerful rebuke to the terrorists, you have what president hollande is saying the largest collection of world leaders in history to assemble
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those attacks. so, yes, climama change is on the top of the agenda, but overhanging over all of this is what to do about isis. >> this climate change summit is a hallmark moment in obama's presidency, so, what's exactly expected to happen? >> the goal here is a global agreement to limit greenhouse gases, to limit carbon emissions, to slow the growth of global warming. the president has said that this is a top agenda item for his second term. he needs global involvement in this, not just the united states. and he's also going to bee meetetg onenen-one witit leader of china and india to get their buy-into this progjam. >> we know that security will be extremely high for all of those world leaders. jon, thank you. back at home in the race to replace president obama, the two republican front-runners, donald trump and ben carson making two
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donald trump in florida, giving helicopter rides to kids. and dr. ben carson making a surprise trip to jordan to visit syrian refugee mps. abc's devin dwyer is on the story. >> reporter: the front-runner flew into florida to the sound track from the silver screen, donald trump touching down in sarasota, then offering free rides to kids on his personal helicopter. thousands of fans turned out for trump, including this elephant, doubling as a billboard. inside the packed arena -- trump also addressed his treatment last week of a newspaper reporter with a rare genetic disorder. >> you got to see this guy. i don't know what i said. i don't remember. >> they said i was mocking him, i would never mock a person that has difficulty. >> reporter: meanwhile, rival ben carson was visiting refugee camps in jordan. >> we're just getting a good impression of what's going on
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>> reporter: his campaign sharing these images of carson's meetings with families that fled syria. carson said he found no great desire among the rugees to comeo the united states because the conditions inside the camps were impressive. chris christie getting a big boost this morning, endorsed by a major newspaper in new hampshire. meanwhile other republican candidates have broke their silence on that shooting on planned parenthood clinic in colorado springs. offering prayers to the victims. let's bring in martha raddatz, also in washington where she'll be hosting "this week" later this morning. martha, good morning. i want to ask you about ben carson, under scrutiny for his lack of foreign policy expertise, do you think this trip to jordan was designed to address those concerns? >> they say the trip was planned a couple of months ago, but to go over there in the middle of
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the campaign, right after that controversy, dr. carson says he wants to learn more about what's going on there. i think it's probably a pretty comfortable environment for dr. carson. because he visits clinics. he's a neurosurgeon. he can talk to children, he can do things that he's familiar with, but he talked to the syrian refugees about what it's like there, and he came away with a positive image of that refugee camp. this camp is overcrowded on a very hot day. it's completely miserable. they're going into winter pretty soon, we'll wantnto ask dr. cacaon about those timesess well. >> you'll have a chance to speak to him directly coming later this morning on "this week." meanwhile, though, l's talk trump and the controversy over his comments about the disabled reporter. trump of course has denied that he was insulting the reporter, but i guess the question is, either way, have we reached the point that he's incapable of saying anything that would hurt him?
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many times i have sat at this desk a a thinking, this willllo trump in. he said this, he said that. he keeps saying things, his supporters don't seem to mind what he says. which is why he doesn't apologize. so, it doesn't really seem to hurt him in the polls with his supporters at all. no matter what he says. >> the teflon don. martha, thank you very much. a reminder, martha has a aig show this momoing, she'll be talking to ben c cson this morning.g. later this morning on "this week" right here on abc. >> as promised, cecilia vega is back in for ron. you're leading this morning's headlines with a cracked windshield. good morning to you guys. we do begin with that emergency landing bound for new york. american airlines flight all because of this, that's the plane's windshield completely shattered. it happened shortly after takeoff from milan. imagine trying to land looking
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the pilot't'commandeering the boeing 767 for about an hour before landing at london's heathrow airport. the 183 passengers all boarded other flights to new york. the cause, though, for that shattered windshield is still under investigation. and breaking overnight, a veteran police officer in pennsylvania was shot and killed after responding to a domestic dispute. police in new florence said the gunman fled after the shooting, sparking a six-hour manhunt. he finally did surrender without incident. officer lloyd reed with a 25-year veteran of the st. clair township. pope francis touched down in the central african republic, bringing his message of peace to that war-torn country. abc's david wright is right there. >> reporter: pope francis' trip to africa has been a feast for ththeyes and ears.
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africa. nairobi, kenya, catholic schoolkids started a conga line. even the bishops joined them. they danced and smile. this morning, he begins the final leg of his journey. this stop will be the briefest of the pope's trip, but also potentially the trickiest, because the central africa republic is embroiled in a bloodied civil war. the receiving line backed by u.n. peacekeepers who say this city is not quote secure and that's a fact. pope francis is hoping his visit can make a difference. for "good morning america," david wright, abc news. and back here at home, an end to controversial chapter, the nsa bulk phone data collection. in june, president obama signed a reform measure stripping the nsa's authority to collect phone records of millions of americans.
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edward snowden. the nsa ceased operations just before midnight on saturday. and finally o e, the royals, they're just like us. a double tumble for prince harry. the fifth in line toppled from his mount. but don't worry, guys, he was able to quickly get up and walk off f e field. ladies, also, don't worry here, he did return within minutes. by the way, harry's team lost that match 7 to 8. the charity, though, raised nearly a million dollars for charity. >> is that common for them to fall off their horses? >> do you think i know anything -- >> perhaps not for the professionals. >> he's a tough dude. he proved that over and over again. >> kids, let that bee a lesson, get right back on that horse. >> or walk off the field. i would walk off the field. limp off the field, probably. >> you would never get on the
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>> that is also true. that is also true. speaking of another field i would never get on, it was a wild day in college football. starting with this, an amazing catch at the auburn/alabama game. there it is. >> i know you were glued -- your eyes were glued to the screen for all of saturday's games. wire talking a big upset and even a little dancing. >> reporter: the collegege gridiron was a field of dreams for quite a few players and even a coach in the last week of the regular season. take a look at this amazing grab. alabama taking on auburn. jeremy johnson throws to smith who tips it to himself and then sprints for the touchdown. another look, smith tipping it with one hand and rebegans control. but alabama's derrick henry was unstoppable, running for a school record 26 times for 271 yards. helping alabama win, 29-13. it was a back and forth stunner in stanford. with just 35 seconds left in the
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game, notre dame's quarterback deshone kizer fakes the handoff and takes it in for the touchdown. but in the final secds stanford gets into field goal range, conrad ukropina kicks a 45-yard field goal and stanford beats notre dame, 38-36. at m mhigan stadium, ohio o state trampling their rival wolverines with a lot of help from ezekiel elliott who ran for 214 yards and 2 touchdowns. but the biggest story on the football field, les miles, lsu announcing that the storied coach will remain as head coach. espn reporting the decision to keep miles was not finalized until the third quarter of saturday night's 19-7 victory over texas a&m. the coach celebrated with his players on the field and in the locker room. i believe they were hitting the quan in ^he locker room.
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>> it's a new dance. >> i have no idea what that was. >> i don't know what that was. >> i'm still mastering the stanky leg. >> it was good. >> d d has moves. we want to remind yoyoguys, it's college football season, selection sundayays a week from today on espn starting at noon eastern. four teams are going to make it. nail-biter which ones. >> it's all come down to the big ten championship, doesn't it? >> iowa. >> it does. >> or michigan state. >> yeah, what she said. >> just for threcord -- >> just say yes. >> yes. >> dan, i never tire of you saying stanky leg. >> i'm going to put my vote in for the nae nae. >> okay, all right. guys, i want to show you some video out of salt lake city. watch this car skid out. on the side, another acciden the trooper responding to, this car hits that rolled over
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thankfully. but i-15 had to be shut down for a time around the salt lake city area. we got more snow and ice across the plains with this n nt system comingngnboard. and from north platte through sioux falls, they'll see significant snow accumulation. across the northeast, temperatures in the 60s. now back down to reality the cold front comes through, 50 degrees today, right around average over the next several days.
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weatherwise. start of meteorological winter, we'll have the outlook for the next two weeks. ampbtd if you're a wm weather fan, i think you'll like it. warm erer weather, i should say. >> i'll take it. >> i like meteorological winter. coming up on "good morning america" -- walk up to an armored car and walk away with half a million bucks. plus, the website that has become a billion-dollar business. and tomorrow is cyber monday, we'll tete you where to get the best bargains online. "good mornininamerica" is brought to you by wayfaiaicom. a zillion things home. online. "good morning america" is
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all right, guys, this says do not cheat on here. >> okay. >> where does it say that? >> i'm channeling -- i can't read. i'm going to channel my inner ron claiborne this year. this famous baltimore native hit over 700 home runs -- >> cal ripken jr. -- >> -- one e the first five inducted into the baseball hall of fame. >> babe ruth? >> all right, good one. >> name this famous movie turned >> did you say baltimore orioles or baltimore native? >> baltimore native. >> name this famous movie turned it set is in baltimore. >> that's not a broadway play. >> we're all wearing it right
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>> hairspray. welcome back to ood morning america" on a sunday morning. happening right now, ice and rain making for treacherous travel conditions as millions of americans head back home on this holiday weekend. the weather likely to affect flights across the country. on this, the busiest airport travel day of the year. and also right now, looking for a motive in n e colorado springs shooting spree. in the houou after the firefightht and the standodo, law enforcement officials say thatat the suspect, robert dear
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allegely made rambling, hostile comments about planned parenthood. also right now, a king-sized mystery. they say they're 90% sure that there's a chamber inside king tut's tomb. that may possibly hold the secret tomb of king tut's step mom queen nefertiti. 90% sure. >> a complicated relationship there. >> that's creepy. >> hidden chambers that we don't know about. >> she's one of the most powerful and feared women in the history of egypt. >> and sara haines. also ahead, luxury for less. how to decorate your home just like your favorite celebrities. rebecca jarvis found the secret. and how you too can do it. first, here, the clever thief counting his cash, $500,000 stolen right out of an armored truck. >> the robber who strk just
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outside a casino in detroit. abc's marci gonzales join us. >> this happened at 8:00 in the morning. at first, they didn't realize at he was up to. >1. casino. >> reporter: o oside this detroit casino, $500,000 heist pued off by a thief armed with nothing more than the right disguise. >> a look loomis jacket, black glasses. >> reporter: the driver of this loomis armored truck was making a stop unrelated to the casino friday morning. when he reportedly claims a man dressed as a fellow loomis work er er. the driver reportedly followed the order and the thief managed to grab a few bags of cash and walk off with more than a half million dollars. >> the good thing is, no one was hurt. at this point, that's the most important thing,`but we'll
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to as certain who's responsible and what happened. >> reporter: police, now, questioning the driver and going over surveillance footage from outside the greektown casino as the fbi joins the search for the man behind this high-stakes criminal gamble. a casino spokesperson stressed that this isn't involved money coming in and out of their business. investigators trying to figure out how he got the uniform. >> a lot of questions. >> oh, yeah. >> he didn't even have a weapon. >> no gun, no mask, just the uniform. >> incredible. let's check weather now, once again, back over to rob. >> paula, look at what dan built. down in key west. >> dan, you did just a great -- is t tt king tut? >> that's some sort of polynesian thing. speaking of warm weather, mentioned this earlier, the next
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weather pattern shaping up. for most of the lower 48, above-average temperatures expected through the middle part of december. in the meantime, we're right around average across the lower 48 with the snow and ice northwest of this front. but right along whe the wave is going to develop today, that's where the heavy rains is going to fall. some of the rains needed here in tennessee but not this much. could see upwards of 5 or more inches east of nashville. mentioned the ice there in the central part of the country. cool weather out west. temperature only in the 60s across san diego. >> this weather report is brought to you by macy's.
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>> reporter: where co-founr sue feldman and her team is here to teach you how to live in luxury without spending a fortune. >> really, when you start to deconstruct it, it's not that hard to do. everything doesn't have to be so complicated. >> reporter: so uncomplicated you can even throw a dinner party like gwyneth paltrow, decorate your office like jessica alba. or prep your nursy likehis supermodel w wh their help. at onekingslane.com, you cannot only salivate over celebs' homom but shop to live like one of them. >> you can show up at one kings lane. and see exactly how it is she would put it together. >> reporter: want that artwork from that nursery, it's yours for $195. gwyneth paltrow was another one. >> yes. we worked with her to set a dinner table and the next day, exactly what was on her table
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okay, so, good news, ocrastinators of america, if you skipped blk friday and small business saturday, cyber monday is coming up tomorrow. >> some of the deals are going live as early as today. our becky worley is tracking the deals and join us from san
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francisco. at's the single best item to buy totoy? >> shoes and clothes. yes, i i talking to you, paula, let's focus on shoes. >> o oy. >> online shoe site 6pm.com has a huge sale up to 70%. if you have a favorite brand, check their website. i know the boots i want are going on sale and your favorite department store, many won't announce their sales until tomorrow morning. >> ooh. >> cecilia is writing down everything you're saying. one other question for you, i understand this is a big issue for rob and me, beauty is also big on cyber monday? >> yes, dan, hairspray. it literally goes on sale. it's worth a look. you want to check sephora, check ulta tomorrow. also the big department stores, they tend to discount those gift sets. and certain brand lines. also the body shop, 50% off everything. so, stock up on that pink grapefruit body wash, guys.
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>> a direct quototfrom rob, says sephora is my m. >> okay, so what about electronics, we know thanksgiving is massive. it's not over yet. electronics, still good to buy. >> tv sales, for example, walmart has an lg 65-inch tv it's on sale for $799, $500 off. gaming consoles, a hot seller. dell.com has an xbox bundle that's $135 off, that will start tomorrow, it's a door buster. >> let me ask you about amazon, i was just looking at amazon's wish list of paula. which is the most boring thing you have ever seen. >> a washer, a dryer, i have a vacuum cleaner in my cart. >> so, is amazon, setting aside the depressing list that she just enumerated for us, is there
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amazon? >> dan, paula is a genius. we're talking about stles. >> thank you. >> yes, amazon is going to go big, a few highlights, bosh tools, black and decker tools, up to 25% off. paula, downloadable games, 15% off. she needs to relax with some console gaming. >> yes, i do. and some of that pink grapefruit body wash from the body shop. >> okay, becky. >> thank you so much, becky. coming up on "good morning america," one of the stars of "the force awakens" speaks out about the new movie just ahead. >> very excited.oderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. and i was worried about joint damage. my doctor said joint pain from ra cacabe a sign of existinin joint damage that could only get worse.
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so we established before, cleopatra, nefertiti, sara. i would like to tell everyone, check out periscope, rob may have hit the quan. it's amazing. >> he may have also pulled a hammie. >> he is injured. okay, the countdown is on to "the force awakens." check it out. we're about 2 1/2 weeks away to the big debut. dan is freaking out. and just released a close look to simon's costume character in the film directed by j.j. adrims and stars ridley. says kids will have a lot to like about the new movie. >> classified, really, that's amazing. >> now, ridley also says the character ray she's playing is both vulnerable and strong. i love that there are female characters are coming up.
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>> it's an awesome twist. >> is she a love child between han solo and princess leia? >> you got 2 1/2 weeks to ponder every question that you u ve asked us a a weekend long. >> i called him hans solo, too. i thought it was plural. whatever, dude. and star wars fans aren't the only ones out there. there are some sara fans zoolander 2. the trailer shattering records. viewed more than 52 million times to make it the most successful comedy trailer of all time. >> i'm with interpol, i need your help. >> i trust her. >> ben stiller and owen wilson are back as they try to stop a conspiracy to kill the world's most beautiful people. justin bieber puts in a cameo. along with some other singing celebrities.
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it hits theaters in february. i'm super excited. >> oh, wow. >> it's a little duck face in there. >> she's hot, i trust her. >> absolutely. >> seriously, i have never heard that before. okay, and we spotted some video that we just had to share with you, some kids showing off their best moves to missy elliot's new single "from where they from" featuring pharrell. >> they're awesome. >> i'm feeling right now a little not limber. >> rob should hit the quan with these kids. >> it would make it even more awkward, by comparison. >> the moves choreographed by tricia miranda. and these kids -- >> watch out. >> back when they put me in the special gym class for the
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uncoordinated. >> i didn't even know there were special gym class. and get ready y do the hand jive. we're getting our first look at t grgrse live. this taking y back to all the drama at riddell high. it stars julianne hough -- dan? and vanessa hudgens. now, don't make me sing, but if you need some grease lightning, i'm here. grease lightning go grease lightning come on,, guys, i'm not alone. >> this strikes me as the right time to end the show. thanks for watching. thanks to cecilia for filling in this weekend. great to have you. good morning, america. max and the coach here with you.
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what a saturday. in college football. let's start with the game of the day, notre dame on the road at stanford. they needed a win to keep their playoff hopes alive. late fourth quarter, deshone kizer is going to keep himself. this may have been a break for stanford. this would be reviewed. and the call stands, touchdown. so, that leaves time on the clock. for kevin hogan to devin. and now, c crad ukropina, second game-w-wning field goal thisis season and stanford heads to the pac-12 championship game after a wiover the irish. the big 12 has a championship game after all. winner of oklahoma/oklahoma state is your champ, and
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getting a couple of blocks from quarterback k ker mayfield, up 21-10, they would b bw the doors off the cowboys. mason rudolph intercepted thomas. oklahoma, 58-23, looking pretty good for the college football playoffs. speaking of, the nt college football playoff top 25 rankings presented by at&t tuesday night, it's your chance to see the top four, first two out, the rest of the ranking revealed live. join rece and the guys at 7:00 eastern on espn. that's going to do it for us. don't forget, coach and max espn radio sunday afternoon 1:00 p.m. eastern. for max, coach, good morning, america.afternoon.
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america. >> announcer: starting right now on abc's "4his week" -- planned parenthood shootout. starting new details about the five hours of terror. why the gunman went on his ram page of horror and in an abc news exclusive, a top planned parenthood official joins us live. 2016 susurises. ben carson's unexpected trip overseas. meetetg face to face with syrian
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