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deadly arsenal. thousands of r rnds of ammo and a dozen pipe bombs stacked up by the husband and wife killers. this video shows the ferocious gun battle. >> somebody. oh, gunshots, gunshots. get inside, get inside! >> one of the first hero cops on scene tells us what he saw inside that conference room. >> it was unspeakable, the carnage we were seeing. >> this morning, new details about the shooters and new questions. did they have ties to terror? and were they radicalized? >> nobody just gets upset at a party, goes home and puts together that kind of elaborate schehe. >> as the investigation deepens, we are getting our first look at the 14 lives lost in the massacre. a loving husband. and a dedicated father. >> there are six kids that have lost their father. >> and a harrowing account of how a holiday celebration ended in tragedy. >> try to relax, everyone. try to relax. >> the man who shared a cubicle with the gunman and was in that
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that spared his life. >> i'm trying to contact my wife and tell her i love her. >> ornight, a city in mourning, trying to come to grips with the horror that's besieged them. we have complete coverage right now on "gma." and good morning, america. it was a solemn night in san bernardino. thousands came together for a candlelight vigil to remembe the victims and their families. amy, you saw that sadness up close. >> it is sad. it is maddening to continue to have to cover stories like this so many times this year alone. but in the past several years specifically. yet, every t te you hear from the witnesses, about what they felt, what they saw, the panic, the fear. the terror. it really is still unthinkable. >> completely unthinkable. so many did come together to honor the 14 peoplplkilled. >> fathers, mothers, husbands,
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all killed in this tragedy. >> and overnight, we have learned more about the killer couple, asasell. a husband and wife, dressed to kill. they opened fire at a holiday gathering for county health workers. >> a search of their home turned up weapons, a aozen pipe bombs and a huge cache of weaponry. >> we have team coverage beginning with david muir. david, we are learning much more about what the investigators found in the killers' home. >> in fact a chilling portrait this morning. overnight, a new look at not only what they were carrying with them in the suv, but as you point out, inside their home. this was a massive arsenal. certainly large enough to carry out another attack. just as i sat down with one of farook's co-workers. they sat at desks together for years. he thought he was a friend. he sat with him at the table that morning. before all of this horror unfolded. this morning, a closer look at the most revealing images yet of the lethal weapons used in the
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investigators searching the home of the two alleged killers, syed farook, and his wife, tashfeen malik. finding an arsenal inside. >> several down in the conference room. >> reporter: new video released of the police chase. >> oh, they're after somebody. >> reporter: the black suv in frame. police in close pursuit. hundreds of gunshots echoed through the streets. >> oh, they're killing that guy. [ gunshots ] >> reporter: investigators s, while farook was driving, his wife was firing ououthe window of the car at police. >> bothere killed here at the scene. is suspects are believed to have fired about 7 7rifle rounds the officers at the termination of the pursuit. >> reporter: overnight, what it was like in the conference hall. immediately after the couple's massacre. >> extremely loud. the fire alarms were going off. there were people obviously
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of pain. and, that was evident in the moans and the wails that we were hearing in the room. >> reporter: we spoke with patrick baccari, a co-worker, who shared a cubicle with syed farook for years. he considered him a friend. >> you have the same title? >> similar. discussed similalathings. i thought i made a connection with him talking about preparing cars and things like that. asked him some of his experiences, things like that. >> reporter:r:hat was how you got him to open up?? talking about cars? >> i would greet him and i wouldn't get anything back. it's like you're trying to initiate conversation. and it just doesn't perpetuate or get anynyere. >> reporter: baccari's life was spared because he went to the restroom just ashe killers were about to enter the room. he was using the paper towel dispenser when the shots came through the wall. >> i get hit with a blast. i don't know what it is.
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didienser was booby trapped. but it didn't disintegrate. >> reporter: it blows up in your face. you look in the mirror. >> i see i'm bleeding. >> reporter: he tries to send a text to his wife. >> we're hearing the gunfire takelace. i'm tryiyi to contact my wife and tell her i love her and that i'm okay. >> reporter: he could only type out two words. >> it said "gunman attacked." i didn't -- connect it. i didn't know what was going on. i tried to reach him. i couldn't get through. >> reporter: this is the text here? >> yes. >> gunman attacked. that's all you could get out. overnight here, a vigil honoring the victims. there were thousands at that vigil. the entire list of the victims released overnight as they were gathering to honor and mourn. their faces, their names. i should share one more thing that co-worker patrick shared with us. he was inside this center at t t table with him. he did notice that when it was
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christmas photo, farook was missing. he thought nothing of it until the gunfire began blasting through the wall. it was awhile later until he heard the name syed. >> you'll be back later in the program. >> in the meantime, the fbi is treating the shootings as a possible terror attack. investigators digging deep into the li of the husband and wife team. brian ross has the latest. >> reporter: the fbi still won't officially call it a case of terrorism. increasingly, law enforcement officials say the actions leave little doubt about the aim of their mission. inhe same san bernardino townhouse where they were raising their infant daughter, syed farook and his pakistani-born wife, tashfeen malik, were preparing to go to war.
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weapons and the ammunition left behind, enough weapons to kill thousands of people. some 6100 rounds. their garage was a virtual bomb factory. with 12 unexploded bombs. described as similar to this one featured in an al qaeda publication. all that in addition to this bomb. left behind at the crime scene. it used a yellow toy car as a remote-control detonator. e neighbor was alarmed. >> they were doing a lot of work in the garage. and she was kind of suspicious. >> reporter: but nobody called the police. >> they were equipped and could have continued to do another attack. >> reporter: farark had worked for five years at the county health department. the widow of one of those he murdered said there were no warning signs. >> they were all friends with the man who o d this. they knew he was muslim. they had no idea he had become radicalized. >> reporter:r:ederal agents are
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and possible contacts looking for evidence to what turned farook and his wife into killers. agents went to the mosque he often attend. imam claims he was questioned by authorities at gunpoint. he would not answer questions about farook but told abc news he condemns all violence. >> the news of the shooting was shocking. unbelievable. unfathomable. left us all speechless. it is an act that we condemn a a muslims. >> reporter: also left behind as the heavily armed couple headed off in the rented suv for a fatal showdown with police was their 6-month-old daughter. they're unsure which relative had custody of the orphaned little girl. federal authorities s ll abc news t t fbi is looking for connections betwtwn two specific individuals and farook. to see if they were involved in s radicalization or helping to plan the attacks. his massive arsenal would have
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fair amount of money for someoeo who takes home $700 a week. >> we're going to get more from pierre thomas. this couple did a lot to cover their tracks. >> law enforcement oicials say the suspected shooters did attempt a coverup. mobile phones and hard drives were smashed or tampered with. fbi computer analysts will try to reconstruct what was destroyed. sources admit it will be difficult. authorities fear this was an attempt to hide what the couple were viewing and who they had communicated with. >> this couple not on the fbi radar at a a? >> s srces say they had done nothing suspicious enough to come under serious fbi scrutiny. the fbi is porinover files to make sure nothing is missed. now to the victims. all 14 innocent people killed at the holiday party have now been
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their loved ones are speaking out this morning about their lives. and their unbelievable loss. cecilia vega has more. >> reporter: good morning to you. we know that some of the survivors are still being treated here in this hospital behind me. of the 14 people killed, 12 we know were county employees. many of them worked directly with the man who walked right up and opened fire. even in all of this senselessness, and that is the only way to describe what happened out here, this morning, there are families remembering the good. and there is a l/t of it. they range in age from 26 6 60. fathers, mothers, the cousin of a new york giants player, a police officer's wife, who fled islamic extremism in iran. all among the 14 lives taken. leaving behind their high school sweethearts. their best friends. their children. >> we had been together for 14
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>> reporter: jennifer thalasinos' husband, 52-year-old nicholas thalasinos, was syed farook's co-worker. >> he was a very good man. always there to help out. >> reporter: at first, ryan reyes was hopeful his boyfriend, 42-year-old daniel kaufman had survived after seeing a post on facebook saying he was injured bubualive. >> it was hard to watch the family members reunited and not knowing anything about what had happened to dananl. >> reporter: after visiting the hospital, ryan learned the worst. >> the world will suffer from having one less person like him. >> reporter: the last thing ryan texted to daniel, i love you. and 37-year-old michael wetzel. a father of six was in a meeting when the shooting started. today, those children waking up to horrific news. >> theheare very overwhelmed.
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lost their father. >> reporter: his wife, nicole, telling abc, he was my best friend and an incredible father, who was loved by all. without him, this family will never be the same. so much heartbreak out here this morning. and nicholas thalasinos dropped his wife off at work that t morning. she's a second grade teacher. it was snack day. he helped her carry snacks into the classroom. she says she's cherishing the one final hug and kiss that he gave her.. that is the memory this morning that she is clinging to. a one final hug and kiss from her husband. >> thamoment of reaching out. you see this all the time. people going along the normal day and everything shattered. >> in one moment. thank you, cecilia. we remember the 14 victims. there are a lot of heroes emerging from that day. first responders who arrived within about four minutes of learning about the shooting. one of the first men there,
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he's speaking out. >> we wanted to get in there and stop any further innocent people from being injured and possibly killed. as we entered into the conference room. the -- the situation was surreal. it was something that i don't think -- again, we prepare for and they try to -- an active shooter. we talk about sensory overload. they tryryo throw everything a a you to prepare you for dealing with that. what you're seeing. what you're hearing. what you're smelling. um, and it was all of that and more. it was unspeakable. the carnage that we were seeing. the number of people who were injured. and unfortunately, already dead. and when we entered, there was fresh gunpowder. and the smell of gunpowder in the air. and, the pure panic on the faces of those individls that were still in need. and needininto be safe.
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the building. and, that was a difficult -- choice to have to make as well. passing people that we knew were injured and in need of assistance. our goal at that time had to be trying to locate the shooters. and -- deal with them. >> those first responders did everything right. what's so scary is t t couple knew h h quickly they had to get out. >> they said, let ususead you. reallylyemarkable. this california massacre is front and center in the presidential race right now. hillary clinton and donald trump moving toward calling it a terrorist attack. a new poll shows trump surging to his biggest lead yet. jon karlrlracking that from washington. >> reporter: president obama has not yet called tuesday's mass shooting terrorism. the candidates vying to replace him have left little doubt, they're calling it terrorism.
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the killers' motivation in san bernardino, stricter gun control should be the priority. >> we're ting to protect, protect our fellow americans. people like you and me who went to a holiday party at their place of work. >> reporter: the white house agrees. but acknowledged that the president's s n proposals wouldn't have prevented this attack because the guns were bought legally and the shooters had no known criminal record. why the kind of immediate llback to, congress needs to pass more gun legislation? >> because the president is determined to ensure that these kinds of incidents, of mass shootings, aren't considered routine. >> reporter: you just acknowledged these proposals wouldn't have prevented this? >> we're talking about future incidents. >> reporter: donald trump ntured that the mass shooting that left 14 dead may help him in the polls. >> sadly, every time, every single time there's a tragedy, my poll numbers up. because th feel that i am going to take care of them and
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>> reporter: and thehe is a new poll out this morning that shows donald trump with his biggest lead yet. it's a cnn poll of republicans nationwide. puts donald trump with 36% of the vote. a lead of 20 points. the poll also puts one-time front-runner jeb bush way at the back with just 3%. important to point out, though, amy, this poll was conducted before the shooting in san bernardino. >> jonathan karl, thank you. george will interview hillary clinton and jeb bush live this sunday on "this week." right here on abc. let's turn to tom llamas with the other top stories. >> breaking overnight out of egypt. a deadly attack at a nightclub in cairo. at least 16 people were killed when the club was fire-bombed. two men were seen throwing molotov cocktails at the entrance. a dispute occurred after the men were not allowed to enter the club. also overnight, a cafe where
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paris terror attacks reopened. it's the first of the bars hit by the terrorists to be back in business after its managers call the nightmare. scott weiland, one of rock's most distinctive voices has died. and i feel >> he was best known for his time with stone temple pilots, an incredibly successful band in the '90s. he struggled with substance abuse throughout his career. he was found dead while on tour in minnesota. just 48 years old. they're calling it the miracle in motown. you have to see it to believe it. sisiseconds left on the e ock. the lions ahead by two. aaron rodgers unleashes a 61-yard hail mary pass caught in the end zone by richard rodgers. that completed the comeback from 20 points down in the third quarter. green bay wins it, 27-23. they should call that a hail aaron.
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seconds for a few patches of fog this morning, otherwise, we'll have mperatures soar undede the december sunshine. that kind of sounds odd to say. anyways, plan on highs to be back in the 44-48 range all over the region today. the same story exists on saturdayayith more clouds still on track for sunday. overall, there are no changes to the plan going forward into next week either with lots of 40s. there are no major system on the horizon, with signs of pattern change byby mid-december to more active weather. between now and then, enjoy it, and hava great weekend!toda and we have much more ahead. david muir is live in san bernardino with how the community is reacting to the secret plot hatched in a small town. and the woman caught on camera allegedly plotting her husband's murder. did you hire a hitman to kill your husband? dalia dippolito speaking out for the first time in an exclusive interview when we come back. stay with us. for
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under the influence of drugs can be just as bad as drivers under the influence of alcohol. a driver drove a jeep into a hiawatha mobile home park's office. they say no one was injured when the vehicle plunged in the bali hai estates office about six o'clock last night. police didn't know if anyone was in the building at the time. and now here's your first alert forecast. watch for a few patches of fog this morning, otherwise, we'llt& have temperatures soar under the december sunshine. that kind of sounds odd to say. anyways, plan on highs to be back in the 44-48 range a a over the region today. the same stoo exists on saturday with more clouds still on track for sunday. overall, there are no changes to the plan going forward into next week either with lots of 40s. there are no major system on the horizon, with signs of a pattern change by mid-december to more active weather. between now and then,njoy it, and have a great weekend! today: sunnyny mild high: 43-49 winds: s 5-15 alo: 45 dbq: 44 iow: 46tonight: clear low: 25-31 winds: s 5-15 alo: 29 dbq: 28 iow: 29tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 45-51 winds: s 5-15 alo: 48 dbq: 46 iow: 48tomorrow night: increasing clouds low: 32-38 winds: s 5-15 alo: 35 dbq: 31
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there is new video of the high-speed chase between cops and the san bernardino killers. he wasasriving.
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back window. new details about the couple coming up. and it was a beautiful sight at the national christmas tree lighting last night. president obama honoring the victims of the san bernardino tragedy at the ceremony. lara has much more on that in "the speed feed." we begin in san bernardino. the lalast on the shooting rampage. "world news" anchor david muir is on the scene. good morning, david. >> reporter: george, amy, good morning again to you. an incredible vigil here overnight. ousands gathering atat stadium nearby to honor the victims. late last night, they released the full list. the ages, the names. people in their 20s, 40s, 60s. as this community to mourn. new images this morning of the sheer scope of the arsenal thered by this young couple.
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now in searching their home. there was enough stockpiled to lay out another attack. at least one neighbor in t t area said they saw deliveries but didn't want to ask what they were for. um, perhaps a reminder to us all if you see something, point it out to police. this person saying, she simply didn't want to profile. we also know that law enforcement sources telling abc news in searching the home, it would appear at this point that that young couple was trying t t do everything to destroy their the mobile phones. computers. a lot of it is heavily damaged. the fbi will continue to do forensics. it would seem that that couple knew what they were doing. they wanted to erase their tracks beforehand. george? amy? >> a lot more evidence of how much forethought went into this. you'll have more tonight. >> the details come in hour by hour. we'll be watching. in the meantime, an abc news exclusive with the florida woman
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man to murder her husband. dalia dippolito is speaking out for the first time in six years. she's awaiting a new trial and she's opening up about her conviction and what she says really happened. it's the alleged murder for hire plot that went viral. >> there were shots fired. >> reporter: cameras rolling as south florida police tell dalia dippolito a big, bold lie. >> is your husband michael? i'm sorry to tell you, ma'am, he's been killed. >> reporter: investigators say her reaction is a lie, too. because days earlier, dalia was caught on camera allegedly hiring an undercover cop to kill mike, her husband of just six months. >> you know, he gets two in the head. >> i'm positive. like 5,000% sure. >> reporter: in an exclusive, the video's star is speaking out. for the first time. did you want your husband dead? >> no, absolutely nono >> reporter: did you hire a hit man to kill your husband?
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>> reporter: anxiously awaiting a new trial, she's under house arrest. when people hear the name dalia dippolito, what comemeto mind? >> everything negative. it's not me. >> reporter: her now ex-husband is speaking out, too. >> i was surprised. it wasn't like, kill him nicely. >> reporter: according to dalia, she and mike became obsessed with reality tv. >> if they can do it, no reason we can't do it. >> reporter: at her trial, arguing mike wasn't the victim of anything. instead, an accomplice to launch them into stardom. >> it was a stunt, a hoax, to capture the attention of someone in reality tv. >> reporter: dalia says she and mike worked together. >> oh, what a cute little girl. i'm not. i'm 5,000% sure. it was a tape. it was a ahow. that was the purpose. >> reporter: you were acting in those tapes? >> yes. >> reporter: but you're telling the truth now? >> yes. >> reporter:`why should we lieve you?
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the truth. >> that's such a -- thatat my reaction. i'm laughing. i'm 5,000% sure she tried to kill me. >> reporter: six years after those videos made her a poster woman for how not to hire a hit man, she's misunderstood. who is dalia dippolito? >> understanding, compassionate. sweet. >> reporter: mike has his own choice of words. >> liar, liar, liar. >> joining us is dalia's attorney, brian claypool. thank you u r being with us. >> thank you very much for having me. >> people are watching the tapes saying dalia was caught red-handed. what is your defense?0 >> the tapes were manufactured by the boynton beach police department. they were more concerned with carrying on a casting call for this cops tv shohoand they broke all the rules that they were supposed to follow to make sure
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lead actress. >> we want to mention, the police chief, jeffrey katz, denies any wrong-doing and released this statement in part which says we have confidence in the quality of the case presented and the ability of our state attorney to successfully prosecute miss dippolito a second time. it is a bit confusing though. did dalia know she was being taped? was she acting for the cameras? how is that possible if police were doing the taping? >> dalia was collaborarang with this informant named mohammed. they were preparing a youtube video they were going to uplift in hope of getting an acting role. that's what led mohammed to contact the police to put together this tape. in response to chief of police katz, i find it ironic. i took his deposition. his testimony under oath will show that his police department broke several of their own rules
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these tapes. >> you said if you go to trial. in her first trial s was convicted. is there a scenario where she would take plea deal? >> no. we plan to get the charges thrown out of court, amy. we have filed a motion to dismiss because of egregious misconduct of the police department. if this case goes to trial, dalia will testify and will tell her story. >> all right, brian claypool, thank you for being with us this morning. >> thank you, amy. >> you can seeeeuch more on "2"220" tonight. right here on abc. a new report showing a surge in online harassment by total strangers. how you can fight back. and secrets to saving on your online shopping. why something called cart abandonment could make all the difference.
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abandonment. >> log into any web store you love. place an item in your cart and close the browser window. walk away. make a cup of tea. and sit and wait. >> reporter: we went to seven different retail websites and put a few items in the cart. then clicked off the site without buying. and within 24 hourur we got three reminders about the abandoned carts. two discount offers. one for $25 off. another for 20% off. saving about 40 bucks. >> if yoyopractice cart abandonment every time, once in a blue moon you might miss an item. it will be offset by the hundreds of llars you'll save the rest of the time. >> reporter: second, use browser extensions. like honey and price blink. they scan the web for coupons before you check out. saving you money in seconds. do you have to do anything? >> nothing with honey other than install it and let it sit there.
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it will cut prices. >> reporter: install a price comparison tool. like invisible hand or shop genius. they run in the background. they'll alert you if you're not getting the lowest possible price. now, one more tip. experts told us some retailers, especially travel websites, like to lure new online shoppers. by offering online prices. before your next visit, clear your cookies on your computer. the retailer might think you're a new shopper. it's sneaky. here's one thahais not sneaky and works for me every time. when all else fails, just ask. every time i get to the end of a purchase, i open a chat window and say, do you have any discounts or promotions? i have always gotten somomhing. sometimes 25% off. you have to be friendly. say, i love it. but i need a better deal. >> hey, i don't know how to cleamy cookies, but -- >> the cart abandonment makes people nervous.
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the president closing the ceremony by grabbing the mike and belting out "jingle bells." and then giving a big old bear hug to st. nick. >> we thought reese witherspoon was the one. >> no. nope. there she is. >> and no drama with the first lady. >> miss piggy, she's a camera hog. get it? thank you, thank you. >> good one. >> oh. >> thanks, lara. when we come back at the top of the hour, the latest on the day's big headlines. no more miss piggy. a new report on cyberbullying on the rise. and what you c c do about that. and you sat down with carrie fisher. she gets candid. >> that's one way to put it. >> this interview is incredible. >> amy did an amazing job. >> carrie was amazing. i urge everyone to buckle up.
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tha lisbon bar owner will have to pay a fine after a fight with a man and his dog back in july. daron "whitey" rubner has pleaded guilty
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from a fight, while a judge has dismissed the other charge. the judge ordered rubner yesterday to pay a 500 dollar fine. that's for assaulting charles russell at whitey's bar and grill on july 3rd. the assault happened after russell brought his dog into whitey's bar and grill. russell claimed it was a service dog, and rubner asked for proof. that led to an arguement. the cedar rapids public library is preparing for change after voters rejected a tax levy last month. yesterday, the library's board of trustees met library's strategic plan. the plan was originally because of the vote, the library is reconfiguring for budget cuts. officials plan to hold a public input session next in the downtown location. for those who can't make the meeting you can also give your opinion online. marion has launched a national search for a new library director. theity will pay a search firm 18-thousand dollars to help rarar, who will retire
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and now here's your first alert forecast. watch for a few patches of fog this morning, otherwise, we'll have temperatures soar under the december sunshine. that kind of sounds odd to say. anyways, plan on highs to be back in the 44-48 range all over the region today. the same story exists on saturday with more clouds still on track for sunday. overall, there are no changes to the plan going forward into next week either with l ls of 40s. there are no major systeteon the horizon, with signs of a pattern mid-december to more active weather. between now great weekend! today: sunny & milhigh: 43-49 winds: s 5-15 alo: 45 dbq: 44 iow: 46tonight: clear low: 25-31 winds: s 5-15 alo: 29 dbq: 28 iow: 29tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 45-51 winds: s 5-15 alo: 48 dbq:6 iow: 48tomorrow night: increasing clouds low: 32-38 winds: s 5-15 alo: 35 dbq: 31
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. we have breaking new details this morning about the two shooters in the deadly
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family, friends, and neighbors of the couple behind it are stunned. >> t ty were actually doinina lot of work in the garage. she was kind of suspicious. >> how did the shooters hide their deadly intentions and their arsenal in plain sight? also this morning, a new surge in online bullying. women being harassed by total strangers. surprising new report today and how yoyocan fight back. you grew up loving her as princess leia. >> a scruffy looking nerf-herder. >> now, she's back in "star wars" and right here in times uare. what shehe reveal about her return to one of the most famous and wait until you see the the interview. baby, i'm perfect for you puppy edition. dog gone great ways to be a better pet owner and keep your house clean. we've gone to the dogs this
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>> all: good morning, america. a lot to get to as we get into the weekend. we have friends to do it witit this morning.. yeah, and we're going to have, they're here to teach you simple hacks to solve some big pet challenges. >> apparently old dogs can learn new tricks. right? >> i wasn't going to say that. >> but i did. i believe. also ahead, the must-have items to buy before you wrap up your gifts. we're counting down to christmas with the hottest toys this holiday season. we have very excited kids in our studio. we have kid testers. there's someone very special here to surprise them. >> oh, i guess we're telling you. >> they have no idea. they're not seeing it. >> we got a sneak peek of some things. a lot to get to. the latest from san bernardino. let's go to tom llamas for that. >> good morning, guys. that's r rht. we start in california. the big story this morning, the outpouring of grief in san
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about the young husband and wife hind that massacre.. thousands of people gathered for a candlelight vigil last night. all 14 people killed have been identified. many of them co-workers, who worked side by side with the shooter. "world news tonight" anchor david muir has the latest. from san bernardino. david, good morning. >> reporter: an extraordinaryily poignant vigil, tom. many of them were co-workers. of the 14 killed, 12 were workers for the county. at the vigil, each of their names read aloud. in talking with one of the co- co-workers who shared a cubicle with farook. there is a stunning mystery. they knew he was married. met a woman overseas. brought her back after a aisit to s sdi arabia. they were a young couple. they had a 6-month-old baby. the baby left with family a short time before the terror unfolded. many of the e -workers wished
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they're stunned he would be able to walk into that room with all the workers he shared time with more many, many years. we should point out that the investigation also continues at their home in redlands, california. they're now searching cell phones, mobile phones. computers. wnforcement sources telling abc news, thatany of those digital footprints, the drives, the computers, have been destroyed. will make it difficult. perhaps leads to more question whether there was plan that t d up to all thth. the arsenal, large enough in that home, to carry out yet another attack had they wanted to. tom? >> and even the couple's family asking why. thank you, david. we'll have more from southern california in just a moment. in the race for president. big news. new signs of strength for donald trump. a new national poll has trump with a 20-point lead over his
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both. and finally,y, a big reunion on capitol hill. former president george w. bush was there for the unveiling of a marble bust of hik vice president. dick cheney.. bush jokeded that he knew cheney could step in if i got hit by a bus or choked on a pretzel. that's funny because he did choke on a pretzel. >> boy, he looks good there. >> he does. >more on the mystery y the heart of the san bernardino massacre. friends, family, and neighbors of the killer couple are stunned. the shooters were hiding their intentions in plain sight. matt gutman has more on that from redlands, california. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, george. we're outside the house where farook and malik lived. while some neighbors say they did see suspicious behavior, the experts say it often has nothing to do with race or religion. there are a few things you can do to protect your community without violating your neighbor's privacy. a suburbananeighborhood turned
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>> scary. really scary. >> reporter: the search of the home of syed farook and tashfeen malik turned up a cache of weapons that could have wiped out their whole neighborhood. >> there were 12 pipe bomb type devices found. hundreds of tools that could be used to construct ieds. they couldldave done another attack. >> reporter: while some neighbors noticed nothing. >> no one would have expected this. no one. >> it's a quiet neighborhood. >> reporter: others did. >> they were doing work in the garage. and she was kind of suspicious. >> reporter: which leaves us wondering, when does strange behavior cross the line into a potentially [riminal act? >>e're seeing these types of situations occurring all over the country. all overerhe world. if you see sometetng that doesn't look right, you need to say something. >> reporter: what is hat something? experts say it's okay if your neighbors seem strange.
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or begin to talk with violent rhetoric. according to the lapd website, other activities to report include people drawing or measuring buildings. people asking about buding security procedures. some states have see something, say something apps. you can reportrtomething that looks potentially dangerous. this is how fine a line it can be. we found a u.p.s. driver on this route. yesterday, he said he had delivered dozens of packages as late as last weeto this address. he thought they were christmas gifts. while he found farook to be extremely unfriely, it wasn't suspicious enough to report. george? >> good tips. thank you matt. lara? >thank you so much, g grge. here's whahas coming up. a spike in online bullying for an overwhelming up in of women. how to protect yourself right now. and then carrie fisher's priceless reaction to seeing "star wars:the force awakens." and what she thinks about losing
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paradise welcome back to "gma." and listen to a little coldplay. that song, "paradise," off their new album. it is out today. we'll hear a lot more about it in "pop news." good buzz about that. we turn to a surprising report on online bullying. lara? >> yeah, we want to talk about this. it's so important. name-calling, taunt. physical threats. we're not talking about the playground. we're talking about online bullying. in the latest issue of "glamour" magazine. a new survey.. women n re afraid than ever r fearing going online, fear of being attacked by people they don't know. ed dor cindi leive joins us. why is this happening more and more? >> we found in the survey that despite all of the efforts that social media platforor have made to makakthese places safer and kinder and more compassionate, everybody says, 93% of people
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or getting worse. as to the questionon why itt happenen i think the most fundamental reason is that we have somehow come to believe it's okay to say in social media things you would never in a million years -- >> say in public. >> if you were walking down the street and someone came up to you and said, you'reregly. you would think, that person has a screw loose. >> why are you wearing that? it's hurtful. >> i thinknk on some level, we think this is the price to pay for living in the fully wired 21st century. it shouldn't be that way. we saw that it's important if you see something to say somemeing. so if yoyosee somebody ganging up on a woman or a man for that matter, you don't have to take on the troll or the attacker. that can actually be risky. post a simple thing like, a smiley face emoticon to the woman who is getting abused or a simple, ouch, just to show, listen, we've seen this.
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some of the ththats are violent. 8% of women said they had been physically threatened with something like, you deserve to die. this is not just, i disagree with your opinion. > is it because you're faceless? nameless? there's no accountability? >> i think that's one of the reasons. the majority of people that do the bullying have been bullied. it's like any other kind of abuse. there's a cycle. if you have lived it, you promote it. >> kicking the dog and the d d bebemes vicious. >> yeah, exactly. sometimes it becomes a competitive thing. guys bond by posting ugly responses on a woman's site. not t public figure. a private person. on their facebook page. they'll tag people so tt others can see, oh, look how i messed with her. >> don't you wish there was a way that if you said something hurtful, your name popped up. your information popped up. so you had to be held accountable. >> i think saying something like, please, show some respect,
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another woman, can be powerful. you can and shohod report it. it's dangerous. >> really interesting findings. i'm glad you did this study. it has to stop. >> i totally agree. thanks for having me on. >> thank you so much, cindi. let's get over to amy. >carrie fisher and the original "star wars" movie took the galaxy by storm 38 years ago. no rg she's back as general leia. in the eagerly antntipated movie, "star wars: the fofoe awakens" i sat down with her for one of the most entertaining interviews ever. sit back and enjoy. thank you for being with us. >> i wouldn't be anywhere else at this hoururxcept on tv. >> i appreciate that. you brought along a friend? >> i did. his tongue matches the sweater. > it's a good d ok. this iss gary. >> this is gary. he's very, very famous on twitter. >> he likes looking at himself. >> he really likes looking at himsmsf. wouldn't you if you looked like that?
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he wears that tongue well. i want to talk a little bit about this movie. comes out in a couple of days. it's shrouded in secrecy. we have never interviewed so many stars and we're not even allowed to see the movie.. i haven't seen it. but you have. >> it's really good. and i think in my mouth, so i don't lie. >> it's everytytng it's promised to be and more. >> gary, you saw it? gary did see it. >> gary, what did you think? >> he panted all the way through it. i think it was too loud. >> oh, a littltltoo loud. >> it was his first real screening. so he looked like that still. the tongue wasn't out of his mouth befofe he saw the movie. and -- >> that happened after watching the movie. >> it will happen to everyone. >> wow. okay. good to know. >> worth it, though. that's how good it is. you won't ce that your tongue is out ofour mouth like that. >> good to know. noi, you understand that george lucas personally asked you the
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i'm a female in hollywood over the age of, let's say 40. and then we could also say 50. so -- we could say it. but not with real conviction. or excitement. people don't have to o k you if you u nt to work at that age. you'll see some day. you'll be excited. >> i'm over the age of 40. i hear you. >> that's upsetting. >> what was your reaction? >> i looked like that. no, i ----ou know, you're going to do it. i've been princess leia for 40 years. so what? i'm going to stop now? when it's really ridiculous t t be someone named princess leia or general leia. >> yeah, you're general leia now. >> ridiculous in a great way. >> tell me about howowid you prepare to bring back this role? did you prepare? you're scoffing at me. >> i got in character. i have nev got. out again.
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>> that would be really weird. and when people say to you -- this, i get. princess lei like i'm supposed to go, yes. >> what do you do when people say that? >> i think in my mind, yes? no, i try not to respond as an adult. >> you actually physically transformed for this role. >> yes, i did lose weighgh and i think it's a stupid conversation. >> okay, we'll move on we'll move on. >> not with you. not with you. i mean, it's good with you. normally, i wouldn't talk about it with someone else. you're so thin. let's talk about. how do you keep it going on? do you exercise? >> i do. i work out every day. >> is it boring? >> yes. >> but you love it? >> i try to put music on to motivate me. >> what music makes it worth while? i want to hear the song. maybe i can go for it, too. >> princess leia was such a strong -- >> yes? >> i get it. no.
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character back in the day. did you realize the roleou were taking on at the time? >> i didn't t ow i was paving. i'm glad to hear it now. i thought i was doing other stuff. >> we did a little digging. we found a "star wars" clip of you. your audition. opposite harrison ford. >> so sweet. >> canane watch it? >> please. >> let's take a look. >> when r2 has been safely delivered to my forces, you get your reward. you have my guarantee. >> you said you don't like watching yourself. >> that's okay. i'm 19. why wouldn't i like that? you like it less as you roll along. i can't say that to you. people that are normal that have other genes other than -- they don't like it as much. not that you have an advantage with a dna jackpot or anything. [ lauger ] because i'm sure that -- this is all, like, what a victory of plastic surgery? no. your parents mated well. please congratulate them.
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>> do you want to say anything to the diehard "star wars" fans out there? >> please go to this film, if you've heard it's good. you'll like it. i like it. i'm strict. >> gary is falling asleep. >> gary is bed as hell. can you imagine? and he's just crying. >> his eyes are closing. we have lulled him to sleep. with our conversation. >> he has good taste, though. >> this is a low moment for me in my interviewiwi skills. >> he likes watching tv. >> i have never had someone fall asleep in my interview, gary. >> that you know of! >> thank you. [ laughter ] i'm absolutely --( >> he's an animal. you know. so -- heheoesn't have good manners. never mind. you look fantastic. >> thank you very much. "star wars:the force awakens" opens on december 18th. >> go mee it. >> i couldn't even finish. >> you did not oversell that. >> that was really funny. >> the whole studio was in tears. she's so great. she was such a great sport.
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carrie says her own daughter, billie record, has a small role in the film. we don't know what it is. since i didn't get it out completely. "star wars:the force awakens" opened december 18th. >> they should have put gary in there, too. >> ginger, out to you. we have such grere crowd out here. all my ladies from south carolina behind me. this is reese from massachusetts. you want to be a meteorologist. you want to say hi to murphy school. we're doing all of that this morning. we're looking at the storm in the wersst. the trees that came down in the for a few patches of fog this morning, otherwise, we'll have temperatures soar under the december sunshine. that kind of sounds odd to say. anyways, plan on n ighs to be back in the 44-48 range all over the region today. the same story exists on saturday with more clos still on track for sunday. overall, there are no changes to the plan going forward into next week either with lots of 40s. there are no major system on the
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mid-december to more active weather. between now and then, enjoy it, and h he a great weekend!toda >> oh, we're talking. sorry about that. i love it when we can get all the ststes in. they're from oklahoma, colorado, and louisiana. let's get some "pop." >> all right, ginger. thank you so much. come on in here. it's cold out there. this music will warm you up. gosh, we love this band. viva la coldplay. big news for music and footbtbl fans this morning. the british rock group has been announced as the half time headliner for super bowl 50. >> all right. >> stay tuned for more surprises. the nfl says there will be a number of major acts performing along with chris martin and the boys at levi's stadium in santa clara. there was spspulation it would be bruno mars.
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>> i don't. i was hoping i was sending a message to the nfl. telepathically. coldplay, bruno mars. madonna. adam levine. i'm a big believer in the power of positive thinking. the nfl says we'll have to watch, wait, and see. february 7th is the big day. coldplay have a new album out today. and pantone has announced the color of the year for 2016. or should we say colors. for the first time, there are two. rose quartz and serenity. also known as pink and blue. perfect together, according to the experts at pantone, who say when paired, these colors create a soothing sense of order and peace. the perfect anandote. i'm glad you picked that. that's for you from the folks at pantone. >> i like that. it's pretty. >> choice ofofolors has a lot of people talking.
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culture of gender fluidity. as always, fashion insiders one step ahead. rose quartz and d renity on the runways already. and we have items that have already embraced the two tones. >> you know how george is at christmas. he's going straight for the -- forget the card, i'm going to take the present. good for you. >> before she started talking about gender fluidity. >> yeah. >> andeorge, i know you're a brief guy, but these boxers are for you, too. [ laughter ] >> always one step too far. >> no. that's what you think. >> she just wanted to make your face pink quartz. >> rose quartz. >> rose quartz. >> yeah, you're rose quartz right now. also in "pop news." you get a memoir. you get a memoir. we all get a memoir. get it? oprah is writing a memoir. she's got millions of reasons to get it done, too. that is reportedly what it's going to pay her.r.
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her autobiography. it will be called "the life you want." the book will include untold stories from the past. even some painful ones. you feel like you know it all. she's got a lot more to say. she wants to inspire others to live the highest expression of themselves. i always of that about her. she does inspire. part of the deal, she's getting her own publishing imprint. at mcmillan. the untitled line will focus on nonfiction and publish a handful of carefully selected books a year.senator rand paul is making several campaign
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the republican presidential candidate is starting hisisay in central iowa. he then heads to cedar falls to speak at the university of northern iowa tonight at 8:30. tomrow paul sticks arou eastern iowa with appearances in waterloo, cedar falls, and cedar rapids. many hawkeye fans are heading to indianapolis for the big ten championship game against michigan state. the hawkeyes are 12 and 0, and iowa city has been showing their support all season. clothing stores are already selling out of big ten game t-shirts. and a hotel has been lighting their windows up in support of the team's impressive record. the game is at 7:17 tomorrow evening on fox. and we will have a special countdown to kickoff show for the big 10 championship game tomorrow. join the tv-9 sports team live from indianapolis arting at four on n v-9. and now here's your first alert forecast. watch foa few patches of fog this morning, otherwise, we'll have temperatures soar under the december sunshine. that kind of sounds odd to s s.
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back in the 44-48 range all over the region today. the same story exists on saturday with more clouds still on track for sunday. overall, there are no changes to the plan going forward into ne week either with lots of 40s. there are no major system on the horizon, with signs of a pattern change by mid-december to more active weather. between now and then, enjojoit, and have a great weekend! today: sunny & mild high: 43-49 winds: s 5-15 alo: 45 dbq: 44 iow: 46tonight: clear low: 25-31 winds: s 5-15 alo: 29 dbq: 28 iow: 29tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 45-51 winds: s 5-15 alo: 48 dbq: 4 4 iow: 48tomorrow night: increasing clouds low: 32-38
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[ cheers and applause ] there's george. >> just in time. hello, everyone.
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uare. they're excited. >> very excited. >> we're looking forward to christmas. counting down to christmas with santa claus. he's got a lot of the best kid-tested toys coming up. a few surprises in a little bit. and now we have, there's a hack for that. simple short cuts to make your life easier. sara haines is here with those. i'm magical with the hacks. i would like to say i came up with them all. i did not. this morning, we've got tips and tricks for dog owners like myself d a bunch of the people here. we'll change t way you entertain, clean up after, and bathe your pup. let's start with jordan page and the doggie helper is -- >> this is parker. isn't he cute? >> is parker. tell me aboutut this. your blog, called fun, cheap, or free has more than 500,000 readers. tell me about your hack and how you came up with it. >> we had a boarder collie who
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when we would leave, he would flip out. we startedaking pupsicles. mold. chicken stock. you could do ham drippings. turkey stock. whatever. fill it with snacks and treats. >> it looks delicious. >> make a mess in the process. he's freaking out already. it makes the most delicious treat that keeps them occupied for hours. >> can we give him one? ? yes. >> when you leave, this associates leaving with a good thing. >> it keeps them from barking and getting anxious. especially in the big block form. >> and mikey likes it. >> he likes it. >> it's helped you with the separation? >> we have an old lab. he loves it so much. >> pupsicles. we're going to move right over here. we have chrissy taylor. taylor house blog hanearly 1 $% million readers every month. clearly, you're spewing some good info. >> we like to share recipes and diys. >> you have dogs yourself? >> i do.
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a little puppy. >> tell me about your hack and how you came up with it. >> so, my dog hates having a bath. and i just hate giving him a bath. >> i think all dogs hate baths. >> but she likes to get brushed and groomed. i thought i would make a dryry shamamo to use on her. >> so she doesn't look greasy? >> yeah, and she smellslso good with it. it's three ingredients. baking soda. cornstarch. equal amounts of both. a couple drops of essential oils. you mix it together. and then put it in a aontainer that is easy to o rinkle on the dog. >> like a parmesan cheese container. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. >> okay, so? >> sprinkle it on. >> and give her a back massage? >> yeah. rk it throroh with your fingers. >> and that removes the smell as well? >> yeah, she'll smell good. and instead of having to bathe your dog every week, you can expend it to e erywo to three
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>> just like dry shampoo for humans. >> thank you. we have to get to liz carter. you have a million views on your make it with liz youtube channel. this looks like my house. tell me about your hacks. >> we love our pets. we hate the hair on the furniture. my vacuum works great on the floor. my vacuum works great on the floor. the fufuiture is hard. i was frustrated. my neighghrhood said just use dry rubber gloves. just take it. rub it around. look at that. it just balls it off. what's gre is that it gets it right into the crevices. pulls it right out. isn't that awesome? works great on your clothes. >> and now those rubber gloves in my kitchen will go to good use. they aren't used very often. >> well, i strongly suggest buying two pair. one for dish washing and one for pets.
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on too? >> yes. look. i'm covered in it. it just comes right off. >> you can get more -- [ cheers and applause ] >> suspect that crazy? >> let's get over to ginger. where e ginger? >> i'm right here. we're talking macy's. it's our macy's annual believe campaign. it helps bring joy to children with life-threatening medical conditions. macy's will donate $1, up to $1 million, for every stamped letter s sta gets from l of you. now, a special story. this one comes from an explorer who wanted to get intthe wilderness. it was a desire granted by make a wish. check it out. for 7-year-old william, every day is an adventure. there are the fun journeys. those he shares with his younger brother. and the not so fun. like those he's had in hospitals. 3 1/2 years ago, william was
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leukemia. >> you live in the moment. it's kind of a roller coaster. >> reporter: helping him to get through his 38 months of treatment, these guys. the kratt brothers. hosts of the show, "wild kratts." >> i was flipping through channels in the hospital. i found that channel. i kept watching it. >> truly, the "wild kratts" show, that was his company when he was sick. >> hey, william, you ready for an adventure, buddy? >> reporter: we were there the day that he was introduced to the wild kratts. they gave william and his brother a tour of the canadian wilderness and an up-close look. those that jumped.d. made william laugh. animals, say the kratt brothers, forge a special bond with children. >> it's a special thing to have
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when you're a little kid. it's memories you'll remember forever. >> reporter: the day was all william hoped for and more. >> living free in the wild. >> reporter: putting an enormous smile on his face. his parents tell us it won't go away anytime soon. i i ve that. william, you've got us smiling. viewers, all of you can help grant a wonderful wish just like that one. drop a letter at your local macy's or submit one online.e. go to on yahoo! to find out more. should we say good morning to this part of the crowd. and say hello? get to a little bit of the weather forecast. how about a tumble weed? if you're bad this christmas, that's what i'm giving you. that's in the plains. boston, mild by the weekend. washgton, d.c., staying the same. you sticking around for the weekend?watch for a few patches of fog this morning, otherwise, we'll have temperatures soar under the december sunshine. that kind of sounds odd to say.
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back in the 44-48 range all [ cheers and applause ] >> all that weather brought to you by smithfield. george? >> thank you, ginger. we're continuing to count down to christmas. so many of us hitting thee road for the holiday. we wanted to bring in yahoo!'s travel guru. laura begly bloom. >> the word you want to remember isisalt. ese four letters stand for the four things you want to avoid to keep you and your family happy during the holiday travel season. >> let's start with "h." >> "h." hunger. it can cause tensions. you want to pack great travel snacks. my family loves these products. the snapea crisps, they're high-protein and low-calorie. >> i've never tried those. they look good. >> they're delicious. the smucker's uncrustables.
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butter and jelly sandwiches.p and welch's fruit snacks. >> my daughthts love these. "? >> "a" is fofoangry. and so -- >> what can solve that? >> what can solve that? a cup of things can solve that. you want to make sure you book the first flight of the day. the first flight of the day is less likely to be delayed. less time in the airport for your child to run around. you want to make sure everybody doesn't board at once. send one adult on the the plane th the luggage. the other can stay out and let the children run around and burn off steam. >> that's a good idea. "l"? >> "l" is for lonely. you don't want your kids to get lonely. keep your kids entertained. toys and books they have never seen before. that will kee them much more entertains. we love -- >> you can only pull it out once you're on the road. >> exactly. that will keep them going for r lot longer. the view master is the modern version of the view master we knew as kids. it's gone virtual reality. supercool. this is the hot product for this
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also, the boogieboard is a version of the ipad. your kids can scribble and draw on i there are fapntastic books, too. "the rabbit who can't fall asleep," is designed by a scientist that your child d ll fall asleep. and a great series i loved. a "star wars" comic book series. >> "t"? tired? >> you want to bring along products that will remind your children of home and acclimate them to travels. a blanket. a pillow. you also want to time your trip to your child's nap and sleep schedules. if your child sleeps in the car, be driving when they're sleeping. >> and finally? >> this is lug lug. it's a product we're really excited about this season. it's a little gps-equipped device that you can put in your luggage so if your bag should go missing while e u're traveling,
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your smartphone. go in here, see that the bag is right now -- >> not moving. >> it's at 44th ananbroadway in titis square. great to have. should your bag go mitszing, then you can find it. thank you for coming in. coming up, more countdown to christmas. e top kid-tested toyoythis
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santa claus is coming to town as we countdown to christmas, the top toys for 2015 from "good housekeeping" magazine. on our ll, you c c see all 25 5 toys. we don't have time to play with all 25. we're joined with meaghan murphy. exutive editor of "good housekeeping." ten of their kid testers who evaluated the toys and five of their favorites. hi, meaghan. these are your kids and kid testers? >> myids and our kid testers. every year at "good housekeeping," we go through 500-plus toys to come out with with the top 25. we evaluate safety, durability, fun. these toys are very skill-building. they is math, science, creativity. imagination. >t's fantastic. you love this s rex. why? >> it's the imaginext t-rex. it's there are -- $100. he's 2 2/2 feet tall. almost as big as my son, brooks.
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he lights up. a fun favorite for boys and girls alike. >> they've not stopped playing with it. for a good half an hour. it's expensive. but you'll get the bang for the bucks. >> if your comparison shop online. i did see it on sale last night. >> you did? >> i didid next up, "despicable me" this minion mansion. minon mania is not going away. minions are not going away. who doesn't t ve the minions? it comes with the characters. steve, kevin, the guys. wally was a big fan. >> what do you like about this mini castle? >> the crown. >> the crown? it's fun. i wish you could see more. we can't pull wally away from it. he's been actively testing ts toy for hours. he takes his job seriously. thank you, wally. back to work. >> now meet star lily. this magical unicorn, a fur real friend. $120.
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the e re you pet her, the more she does. she flaps her wings. her horn turns color. she gets tired. she gets sad. she gets happy. you can brush her hair. she eats this little berry. she e sponds. the more you play with her, the more she becomes part of the family. >> i love that. you like her? she's cute. they're not inexpensive. lolo online. mara schiavocampo had a piece earlier. talked about asking for discounts. >> these are the "it" toys. this is what's goingng toe on everybody's wish list. >> what is this? a take on an old favorite. >> this is dash and dot. the toy of the year. these are robot buddies. pretty much the cutest things since r2-d2. and c3po. oh, he stole this from the
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app. it's teaching kids programming. they don't realize it. it's a heck of a lot of fun. my jamesy boy is fascinated. >> vivian, you've been a tester for years. right? >> yes. >> what do you look for in toys? why does this one make the cut? >> this was is really cool. you get to programhe robot. and what you want to do. >> all right.. that's great. >> and you can buy them separately. we like the wonder pack. it comes with accessories. like the xylophone. it has a camera attachment that makes them like a gopro camera. >> i have important news for the toy testers. we have surprise for you. ready? a very big surprise. you've been working hard. we know you're nice. not naughty. i wonder w w is here to see you.u. santa? >> oh, my gosh. >> ho, ho, ho, ho, ho, ho. >> you guys, a present for each of you for all your hard work. we thank you so muchch and the "good housekeeping" list is amazing. check it out. how many on the list?
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"good housekeepingb thumbs up. >> great t t have santa with us. you can see more of him on abc family's 25 days of christmas. the holiday classic, "santa claus is comin' to t tn."
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performance e om placido we made it. hey, everybody. back now with a special holiday gift for you. singing "hark the herald angels sing" from his new album, here is placido domingo. hark!
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the newborn king peace on earth and mercy mild god and sinners reconciled joyful all ye nations rise join the triumph of the skies with angelic hosts proclaim christ is born in bethlehem hark! the heratd angels sing glory to
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prince of peace hail the son of men light and life to all he brings risen with healing in his wings mild he lays hisis glory by born that men no more may die born to raise the child of earth born to give them second birth hark! the herald angels sing glory to
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[ cheers and applause ] and on this friday, we want to thanknkonce again, carrie fisher and her dog, gary, for making us laugh when we needed it most. >> where is gary? there he is. >> right there. >> have a great weekend.gary? >> r rht there. >> have a great weekend.deputies with the buchanan county sheriff's office are worored the number of crashes between cars and amish buggies will increase. they say with fewer hours of daylight, drivers are spending more time in the dark when it's harder to see the buggies. last friday, the sheriff's fice responded to a crash west of hazleton. they say that's where a car hit a buggy with 7 people inside at about 45 to 50 miles per hour.
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horse. this s the third crash to involve a car anan buggy in the county since mid- october. authorities in johnson county say training for situations involving active shooters has almost become routine for law enforcement. sheriff lonny pulkrabek says everyone in his department trains at least once a year for these situations. the county also obtained a mine resistant ambush protected vehicle, or m-rap, last year. jjnson county has used the m-rap on at least two occasions. one was during a stand-off last year and another was during summer flooding. and now here's your first alert forecast. watch for a few patches of fog this morning, otherwise, we'll have temperatures soar under the december sunshine. that kind of sounds odd to say. anyways, plan on highs to be back in the 44-48 range all over the region today. the same story exists on saturday with more clouds
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overall, there are no changes to the plan going forward into next week either with lots of 40s. there are no major system on the horizon, with signs of a pattern change b b mid-dececeer to more active weather. between now and then, enjoy it, and have a great weekend! today: sunny & mild high: 43-49 winds: s 5-15 alo: 45 dbq: 44 iow: 46tonight: clear low: 25-31 winds: s 5 55 alo: 29 dbq: 28 iow: 29tomorrow: mostly sunny high: 45-51 winds: s 5-15 alo: 48 dbq: 46 iow: 48tomorrow night: increasing clouds low: 32-38
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