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good morning, america. we have major new developments in the attack on paris right now. for our viewers on the west coast. a massive raid this morning, gunfire and explosions rock a paris neighborhood. police target the mastermind of the terror attacks. residents warned to stay inside away from windows. a female suicide bomber blows herself up. another terrorist killed by police. at least seven arrested. did police stop a second attack just in time? and panic here at home. >> air france 065, are you still dumping fuel? >> emergency landings overnight. two air france jumbo jets diverted because of bomb threats and the fear spreading across europe. a bomb threat canceling a soccer game in germany, the nearly 50,000-seat stadium evacuated as new air strikes pound the isis stronghold. the world on high alert.
our breaking news coverage begins right now. we do say good morning, america on this wednesday morning. we're live in the west. following the fast-breaking developments this morning. you are looking at the scene of that major raid earlier this morning. sustained explosions, gunfire heard in that neighborhood just outside of paris, less than one mile away from the soccer stadium that was attacked. >> authorities thought they might have cornered the mastermind, that man right there, abdelhamid abaaoud. here's what we know right now about the raid. two people are dead, including that woman who detonated a suicide bomb. seven people arrested. five officers injured and a police dog was killed and you see that photo of one of those suspects dragged away by police. his clothes partially torn off. what we don't know right now was another attack imminent. what happened to the mastermind?
>> the french president speaking earlier this morning. saying again, that country is at war. they remain a country of freedom. david muir is in paris this morning. >> reporter: we witnessed an incredible scene here. you know, when we arrived here there was a line of ambulances they were really prepared for anything and it was a terrifying start for the families who lived here. s.w.a.t. teams moving in under the cover of darkness, about 4:20 this morning. you can see still a heavy police presence behind me. that raid ending just a short time ago but the searching does continue and we have just learned this morning what drew them to this neighborhood. they have been studying cell phone records since friday night, since those deadly attacks here in paris, and those cell phone records they believe led them to the mastermind in one of the apartments here. but when they stormed into those two apartments a female suicide bomber detonating her belt, another suspected attacker killed with a grenade, all of this as they were warning everyone who lives around this square and in this neighborhood
to stay indoors and lock the windows. 4:20 this morning paris time families here jolted from their beds. a hail of bullets, gunfire, explosions in the street. laser lights pointing into windows. police shouting to witnesses to get away from their windows to hide in their apartments. all of this as french police stormed this housing complex in saint-denis, a suburb north of paris, about one mile from france's national soccer stadium, where those terror attacks began to unfold friday night. sources confirming to abc news this operation all part of the hunt for the so-called mastermind of the coordinated and deadly attacks here in paris, abdelhamid abaaoud, the belgian militant and major isis recruiter. a french prosecutor suggesting just momenting ago that cell phones found led them to this neighborhood, giving them reason to believe that abaaoud could be in one of the apartments here. french sources telling abc news a woman killed herself during the raid, detonating a suicide belt. all of the attackers who killed themselves on friday night in
paris had identical belts. a second terrorist here this morning killed by shrapnel and grenades. abc news obtained this audio clip of what it sounded like inside the building during the raid. the bursts of gunfire lasting three hours straight with sporadic explosions in the hours that followed here. we've witnessed special forces and truckloads of soldiers securing the main square here as military helicopters fly overhead. authorities shutting down schools and warning families to stay inside. also here abc's matt gutman who was just feet from the chaos. >> multiple blasts right now. we're not sure what those sounds of explosions are. police have been mounting -- police have been mounting their presence here as these explosions sound out. we're hearing cries of people down the street. >> reporter: this morning, authorities now say the raid is over. but that the searching here in this neighborhood continues. families here still on edge.
>> all the people inside the district can't even go out. they're afraid to take the subway. you know, they're afraid that something else is going to happen. >> reporter: one witness saying it's like war has come to our neighborhood. abdelhamid abaaoud has not been found. the so-called mastermind but, again, two dead, multiple arrests here. five french police officers, members of this elite s.w.a.t. team that moved in were injured during this operation and we've learned this morning that one of the police canines was killed in the raid and across france already today, on twitter and elsewhere on social media, they're honoring the s.w.a.t. teams who moved in quickly and of course that canine that was lost. this whole country transfixed by this race to catch the attackers, the so-called eighth attacker, a possible ninth attacker, a second fugitive on the run, and of course this mastermind that they thought they were zeroing in on just behind the street where the searching does continue at this hour, robin and george. >> okay, david, thank very much. let's get more on this from our chief investigative
correspondent brian ross, former fbi special agent brad garrett, as well and, brian, we just heard about these cell phone records that tracked them to this apartment. they thought abaaoud was there. not so sophisticated. >> not at all, simple cell phones, throwaway phones and they threw them away at the scene of the attack and recovered by police and used them to determine who they were communicating with and where for those attacks and that's why they thought abaaoud was at that location. >> they also found other kinds of equipment in the neighborhood. >> they also found in a raid at another hotel location, syringes and rubber tubing, suggesting this would be used to make a nonmetallic bomb. that's how they would detonate the bomb. great concern then about female suicide bombers. they believe there's as many as 20 in this cell in paris and still looking for others and almost certain more attacks were planned at least. >> brian, like brad has been following this very, very closely what has happened today and subsequent days, what are authorities doing now? as we heard david muir say the race is on to find these
attackers. this current raid is over but where do they go from here, brad? >> well, inside this apartment, if you couple the information that brian is talking about from the cell phones, there will be more information inside. you know, there's going to be a computer, who have they been communicating with? there's going to be probably other weapons, other explosive equipment inside. it may give them some additional leads. so, what you're going to see is more, i think, raids throughout the day and into the night at various locations. this is like a tree growing. you have branches going off as they pick up more pieces of information from each raid, they're going to go to another house because the concern, obviously, is where does this end and the answer now is unknown. >> brad, the fact that they haven't identified any of the arrested yet, should that make us assume it's not abaaoud or they're just being extra careful? >> well, it's hard to say, george. i think what you've got is at least people in some form or fashion connected to each other.
and, you know, that's obviously the concern is how many offshoots of that are there. because i think this is probably a loose group from the standpoint are there people on the periphery that maybe have trained and are ready, weren't part of the attack and are out there, and police have to go further and further out on this tree this -- until they get their arms around this particular group. >> and, brian, we heard from the u.s. authorities that they didn't have any specific or credible information, not a lot of chatter but the details coming out sound an awful like that tip that came from the iraqi government. >> they certainly do, the day before the attacks on friday the iraqi government sent word to the u.s. and french intelligence they had picked up information there was going to be a major attack in france with 19 attackers and 5 people involved in logistics. they didn't know where and precisely when but they said that was coming. >> brian and brad, we appreciate it.
i know you're going to be standing by as developments happen. but the other major development overnight, the panic in the air. those air france jumbo jets from the u.s. to paris diverted because of bomb threats. abc's david kerley is at dulles international airport with that story. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, robin. one of those jets took off, the other from l.a. just in the air for a few minutes when the threats came in and air france was taking no chances. on the ground in two air france jets surrounded by emergency vehicles, passengers getting off after those two bomb threats. >> air france 065, are you still dumping fuel? >> reporter: both jets making emergency landings shortly after taking off for paris. >> air france 65, salt lake tower, you're clear to land. >> we had made a pretty sharp right-hand turn and we're only at like 10,000 feet so we were descending. >> reporter: one took off from los angeles and diverted to salt lake, while the second took off from dulles and had to make its landing in halifax, nova scotia.
>> people on the plane said some of the stewardesses on the plane were crying. >> reporter: in all 600 passengers taken off the two aircraft which were swept by authorities and canine units. >> the whole world is on edge after paris and so you're going to get these pranksters who want a reaction out of an abundance of caution, they're going to land these airplanes and check them out. >> reporter: authorities in canada and u.s. working to determine the nature of the threats and tracing that phone call, if they can, which grounded the two full international flights. so, these were false threats, both planes were swept. the one in salt lake city was able to take off. the one in nova scotia has to take off later tonight because of crew rest issues. back to you, george. >> okay, david, thanks so much. concern and anxiety right now. we'll move on to that soccer game between germany and the netherlands evacuated and canceled tuesday after police said they had concrete evidence of a bomb threat although no explosives were found. it's more evidence about how much all of europe is on edge right now. abc's terry moran has more on that from belgium. good morning, terry.
>> reporter: good morning, george. it's an ordinary day here but there is in this city and in city after city across europe an undercurrent of dread. it's the nature of those paris attacks, ordinary cafes and restaurants, concerts, soccer matches, stuff you'll find in any city. here in brussels, there are still raids and arrests every day in this predominantly muslim neighborhood. that's got everyone on edge and really in the back of everyone's mind, even on a day like today is that question, where are they going to strike next? overnight in germany, police shut down a train station after getting what they called a concrete and serious threat at a nearby concert venue. and at this 49,000-seat soccer stadium, germany and the netherlands was set to play and the match was suddenly called off after concern there. football gave way to fear. 90 minutes before kickoff police vehicles rushed to hannover stadium, reports of a suspicious package. over loudspeakers thousands of fans were ordered to evacuate. please remain calm,
we want you to go home, police announced. the match was canceled and the team rushed to a secure location. german chancellor angela merkel en route to the match was taken back to berlin. even the surrounding neighborhood was shut down. this morning, a german sports journalist who was at the stadium posted this image on twitter. police appearing to hold a man at gunpoint. but hours later officials confirmed no device was found. hannover was clear. no arrests made. the heightened intense response is understandable here. this same german team was on the field in paris friday. ♪ in london it was a very different tone at wembley stadium. france and england's match started off with a show of solidarity. 80,000 englishmen singing the french national anthem and prince william laying a wreath for the paris victims. what a great moment that was. the jitters here in europe are natural.
i was covering the white house back after 9/11 and i remember being evacuated several times, it's a natural reaction, people will get back to normal and steady themselves, but right now if the object of the terrorists was to strike terror they've succeeded. >> yeah, we saw that with the evacuation. you're right about that, terry. but what a contrast in saying, as you said, what happened at wembley stadium, seeing the prince coming out and the show of unity like that, terry. >> reporter: absolutely, it was a special moment, especially given the ancient rivalry between england and france like cousins that don't get along or perhaps farther distant than cousins, and so to see that was very special for both countries at the end of the day, england didn't put any sentimentality on the pitch. they beat france 2-0. >> and that comes even as david cameron, the british prime minister said they've stop several texts. six or seven in just the last several months.
>> terry, thank you. with russia joining the assault against isis and france stepping up their bombing many are hoping that will be a game-changer in the war against the terror group. abc's martha raddatz is in iraq where isis controls territory. good morning, martha. >> reporter: good morning, robin, this u.s.-led air campaign has been going on for more than 15 months here in iraq and syria. but since the paris attacks there has been a new ferocity. revenge came swiftly. russia saying 34 cruise missiles launched from the air and sea seen streaking across the skies over syria tuesday, aimed at isis targets. payback for the bombing of that russian passenger jet last month, killing all on board. the long-range russian bombers dropping the kind of ordnance that flattens buildings with little thought of civilians who may get in the way. 14 targets hit, including an isis command post and weapons warehouse. and the french now at war with
isis launching retaliatory strikes for the third night since the paris attacks as the aircraft carrier "charles de gaulle" is soon to steam toward the syrian coast, the u.s.-led air war has intensified too. 8,000 air strikes since last year. a new alliance that could be a game-changer. the russians, french and u.s. finally coming together in a powerful coalition with one goal, crippling isis. >> we have to step up our efforts to hit them at the core where they're planning these things. >> reporter: but as we've seen isis is expanding its reach across the region. in a rare look, this pbs "frontline" documentary journeys inside isis territory showing how they're focused on training a new generation of jihadists, children as young as 3. those scenes were from afghanistan but there is no doubt things like that are
happening here in iraq and syria, as well. robin. >> all right, martha, thank you. >> these attacks stepping up. we're going to move on now to washington, director of the fbi and homeland security secretary were on capitol hill last night briefing all members about the threat to our security. we want to get more from our senior justice correspondent pierre thomas. pierre, even though we just heard from brian that some of the cell phones they discovered in france were relatively simple there is a big concern out here that these terrorists may have used encryption technology to go dark and escape detection. >> reporter: yes, george, it was a very classified briefing tuesday when all the members of the house and intelligence officials met with some key senators. senators came out of that meeting saying that the evidence is mounting that the killers in france did, in fact, use encrypted cell phones that made them invisible to law enforcement. senate intelligence chair richard burr said it's a wake-up call to the nation and, george, with the holiday approaching and
airports being crowded and all those shoppers packed in malls law enforcement will be under tremendous pressure to hunt for any clues. while no specific credible threat has been identified to the u.s. homeland, you can see why this issue of encryption or going dark has everyone so nervous. you can't stop what you can't see coming, george. >> yeah, i talked to the new york police commissioner bill bratton on sunday and he was concerned about that, and we also have this new government report out that surprised a lot of people that says that those that are on the terror watch list are still free to buy guns? >> reporter: yeah, george, apparently, it's not illegal for someone on the terror list here in the u.s. to buy guns. according to a government study, between 2004 and 2014 people on that list bought more than 2,000 guns. senator dianne feinstein and congressman peter king presented a bill that would prevent some of those purchases. >> bipartisan effort. pierre thomas, thanks very much. >> makes no sense to be on the list and then be able to buy guns like that. that's the situation here at home.
french president francois hollande speaking about the raid live right now. once again saying france is at war and we're going to go back to "world news tonight" anchor david muir who's on the scene just outside of paris, there all morning and police thought the mastermind of those attacks, they thought they had him surrounded but, unfortunately, that was not the case, david. >> reporter: yeah, now the big question, robin, this morning is where is he as they move forward in this investigation and they want to know was he actually in those apartments that they stormed into because they came upon several people, we know that the woman who detonated her vest was inside, they killed another suspected attacker with that grenade. they made several arrests but they want to know was he somehow able to escape because they believe those cell phone records led them here to him. also, there are questions about the suicide bomber, the female, there are reports here that she's been linked to the mastermind and that they've been tracking her since friday night's attacks. so two major questions as they move forward and, as you said,
president hollande speaking, telling the french people we are at war and he's defiant, the air strikes against isis and syria will continue and the raids here on the ground, robin, george. >> he has been very strong in his comments. thank you, david. we'll get back to you later in the morning. we have much more ahead live in paris all morning long and new details still coming in interest that raid. president obama traveling, as well, he has been briefed on the raid getting a full briefing from his national security officials on the road. as "good morning america" continues. best foods and holiday leftovers become irresistibly creamy
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much nicer in the southwest where it will go warmer later this >> thank you, ginger. we'll gelt to the our forecast in a minute. first developing news out of san jose. authorities say a man is dead after leading chp officers on a high-speed chase that hit 120 miles per hour. the man crashed on the 280 winchester boulevard exit. a female passenger has minor injuries. the chase started in gilroy just before 3:30. the chp says the car was stolen. students living on campus, intruders who are not students. according to the san francisco daily, seen inside the park residences in the past month. most recent, a dorm on november 2nd army 6:00 a.m. some think dorms are vulnerable because they're located by a busy street. and city workers in concord are fed up and going on strike. a union representing 137 city employees alleging unfair labor
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back here on "gma," you can hear the gunfire and explosions rocking a neighborhood just outside of paris earlier this morning. police there conducting a major raid less than a mile from that soccer stadium that was attacked on friday. >> police were following evidence they collected since friday. they thought they were closing in on the mastermind of those attacks. two people killed in the raid including a female suicide bomber. seven others arrested and they're still trying to i.d. those who were arrested. >> the french president speaking about the raids and abc's matt gutman is on the scene for us all morning long. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, robin. now, the president also said that the aim of this operation was to neutralize probably the most wanted man in all of europe. we've been here for about eight hours now. we got here soon after this
operation began. we saw the massive buildup of police forces, anti-terror units and even the army spilling out of trucks taking up positions, i can tell you how twitchy they were this morning when we saw them. we pulled in and they actually trained their weapons on us and throughout the morning we heard gunfire crackling. we heard explosions sounding at least ten of them. now, it is too early for parisians here to breathe a sigh of relief. we know that one woman, a suicide bomber, detonated her vest somewhere down that street and this massive operation, five people were wounded there, as well, but that main target, abdelhamid abaaoud, has not been apprehended and he was not one of the dead, so too early for any relief here, robin. >> all right, they thought a couple days ago that they had the eighth attacker cornered. today they thought they had the mastermind cornered but neither case. >> not right now. we don't have that confirmed yet. and you know, there's been such a backlash against syrian refugees coming to the united states after the word that some of these attackers may have passed through syria.
31 governors now say they don't want them living in their states. many presidential candidates calling for a ban and congress moving for a moratorium on new refugees and an angry president obama fired back overnight. jon karl has more from the white house. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. 30 of those 31 governors saying they don't want the syrian refugees in their states are republicans. the president is accusing them of political posturing. overnight in manila, president obama expressed outrage at republican calls to keep syrian refugees out of the united states. >> when candidates say we want to admit 3-year-old orphans, that's political posturing. we should have a religious test and that only christians, proven christians should be admitted, that's offensive and contrary to american values. >> reporter: while most republican presidential candidates are calling for an outright ban on syrian refugees,
jeb bush says some should be allowed in the u.s. >> the answer to this, though, is not to ban people from coming. the answer is to lead to resolve the problem in syria. >> reporter: senator ted cruz is now proposing a bill that would ban any syrian refugees who are muslim. we asked cruz to explain why. >> from coming -- >> reporter: you say no muslim but we'll allow the christians in, that's your position? >> from middle eastern countries where isis and al qaeda have control of significant parts of those countries. >> reporter: you're saying no muslim, only christians? is that your position? >> jon, can you say radical islamic terrorism? >> reporter: i can say radical islamic terrorism with no problem. i'm asking your position. to be clear no muslims, only christians. >> christians are different in the middle east number one because they are being persecuted and facing genocide that is qualitatively different. isis is crucifying christians. >> reporter: shia muslims are getting persecuted. >> but they're not -- >> reporter: donald trump told
barbara walters in an interview for "20/20" that he wants to ban syrian refugees of all religions. >> some people are saying that only christian, not muslim refugees from syria should be allowed in, should we make that test? >> the problem is we don't know if they're christian or not and i would certainly say that would be superior, but we don't know if they're christian or not. we have no idea who the people, they have no papers, they have no paperwork. you can get forged documents very easily in syria. >> reporter: hillary clinton responded to all of this with a tweet accusing the republicans of hateful rhetoric and saying the idea of turning away refugees because of their religion is, quote, a new low. george. >> and, jon, not only the president speaking out but white house officials really pushing back with congress on this idea that donald trump just raised that we can't find out who these people are. >> reporter: absolutely. they point out there is an extensive vetting process that includes the intelligence community, the departments of the state and homeland security,
in fact, george, it takes 18 to 24 months for a refugee to go through that process before they can step foot in the united states. >> but, jon, the politics of this are tough. i would imagine that if a moratorium, this idea of a moratorium is put on the floor of congress it would likely pass. >> reporter: yeah, and you're starting to see some democrats, including chuck schumer, very influential senator, saying the idea of a pause is not a bad one. >> jon karl, thanks very much. >> many wouldn't mind hitting the pause button for the time being. much more on paris all morning long. but we're going to turn now to deadly storms slamming the pacific northwest. winds topping 100 miles an hour in some parts and, ginger, you have more. >> yeah, at least three people killed from trees falling into homes, from trees falling into vehicles, you can see some of the damage right behind me, winds gusted to 137 miles per hour in parts of the cascades. this was a disastrous storm that moved through very quickly, seattle itself gusts above 50. 71 miles per hour in spokane itself. more than 300,000 customers this morning without power and they
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back now with the fallout from charlie sheen's revelation that he's been living for hiv for four years. one of the actor's former girlfriends is now speaking out and the star faces possible lawsuits. abc's linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: it's the bombshell admission rocking tinseltown and beyond. >> i am in fact hiv positive. >> reporter: charlie sheen coming clean tuesday four years after he says he learned of his hiv diagnosis, something his former live-in girlfriend bree olson told "inside edition" he never told her.
>> i could be dead right now i could literally be dead right now because he didn't tell me that. >> reporter: in 2011 olson was living with sheen in his l.a. mansion. >> it was like playing russian roulette. it was like he was putting a gun to my head and pulling the trigger. >> reporter: but sheen's manager says the former "two and a half says the former "two and a half men" star only acquired hiv after he and olson split in 2011. sheen insists he's told all of his partners about his status since his diagnosis and says that thanks to treatment, the virus is now undetectable in his blood. >> have you transmitted the hiv virus to someone else since your diagnosis? >> impossible. >> reporter: olson says she got tested on monday after hearing the rumors about sheen. >> i am hiv negative. >> reporter: a representative for sheen's ex-wife brooke mueller also telling abc news she and the boys are not hiv positive. online an outpouring of support from several celebrities, magic
johnson tweeting, i hope he joins me in educating the world about hiv/aids. actress heather locklear posting a picture of herself with sheen writing my heart hurts. prayers for charlie and his family. but it's a different story in "the national enquirer's" report out on stands now and they say their investigation has uncovered at least two active lawsuits against sheen and evidence suggesting he did put several women at risk. >> multiple ex-partners of charlie sheen and in one case a video recording confirmed that they were exposed to hiv. >> reporter: but this morning, both the lapd and los angeles d.a.'s office tell abc news they're not looking into sheen and that no one has reported anything to them about him. for "good morning america," linsey davis, abc news, new york. okay, let's talk about the legal situation with dan abrams right now. we just heard about those lawsuits sheen may be facing. and the police say now no investigations but is a criminal investigation possible? >> it depends where it happened.
the states have incredibly differing laws and it depends on what they said happened. in california, for example, you would have had to literally intentionally tried to infect someone to be convicted of a felony. for a misdemeanor, willfully exposing someone. charlie sheen would say it wasn't willful, i didn't think i was contagious. civil lawsuits are totally different story. there you're talking about not the government involved, not beyond a reasonable doubt, but individuals who could sue him saying things like intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligence on his part, expect to see some sort of lawsuit. >> meanwhile, he says he's being blackmailed quickly. could those people face any legal action? >> well, if that happened he should be reporting them to the authorities and the authorities would investigate because that would be a crime. >> okay, dan abrams, thanks very much. and coming up, "gma" has been streaming live for 40 hours. you'll have all the biggest moments so far from our "40 for 40" event including one direction. ♪ secret little rendezvous ♪ if you like to do the things rendezvous ♪ ♪ if you like to do the things ♪ if you like to do the things
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online and abc's nick watt is a big part of all the fun. he's on his bus and he's heading straight to times square, nick. >> michael, this morning i am in highlight of my morning, taking a shower on the trailer. if you weren't awake all night watching our live stream, here's what you missed. >> 40 years in 40 hours. >> excitement ahead. >> we got a lot of big things. >> it's unprecedented the access that we've been given. >> the epic "good morning america" live stream is on. >> "gma's" "40 for 40" live stream now in its 18th hour. >> i want to show you right behind me here you can see one of the spontaneous demonstrations. >> we're right here on the edge of this large perimeter that the french police have set up. >> my family and i, we lived in izmir, turkey, and we have gone back traveling there several -- several times. >> i didn't know that. >> breaking news.
>> out of washington right now and for that we want to turn straight to jonathan karl. >> governor bobby jindal soon to be a nonpresidential candidate. >> republican in montana. >> 100 u.s. passport holders that are fighting alongside isis so i don't think our vetting process has been great. >> refugees -- >> big name celebrities popping in throughout the night. >> pitbull joining us on the phone. >> 40 is the new 20 so you guys are looking better than ever. >> drew, thank you so much for spending some time with us this morning. look at me this morning -- this evening. >> you should never waste your money on -- >> that's an easy one, credit cards. >> i feel more wonderful and happy. first of all you can tell i didn't have a hairdresser then. >> nick watt out on the road. >> we have cameras all over this bus. >> driving all night stopping by the rock and roll hall of fame on our "gma" bus. revealing a little midnight snack. >> tongue out.
>> and while you may have been sleeping -- >> this is going to be 40 hours. i'm going to be awake for the entire broadcast. >> one of our reporters not quite getting 40 winks. >> i have about 33 hours to go. >> perhaps the highlight of the night. >> here they are, one direction! ♪ if you like and i try to leave the windows down ♪ >> unprecedented marathon "gma" live stream is just getting started. ♪ whatever you've been dreaming about baby i'm perfect ♪ ♪ start right now [ cheers and applause ] >> and it is good-bye from cincinnati from three kids who were born live on "good morning america" 13 years ago. see you in times square tomorrow. >> remember, remember, we are pulling out all the stops. gosh, when we come back at the top of the hour, "people's" sexiest man alive and someone at this table is on the list. only two guesses. we'll tell you. we'll tell you. list. only two guesses.
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good morning. i'm eric thomas. authorities say a man is dead after leading chp officers on a high-speed chase that hit 120 miles an hour. the man crashed in san jose on the 280 winchester boulevard exit. a female passenger has minor injuries. the chase began in gilroy just before 3:30 this morning. the car was stolen. a look at traffic on 280 this morning. other trouble spots. two-car crash there slowing things down northbound on saratoga avenue, and you can see here how slow traffic is. a check on weather with mike. >> thank you much. seeing filtered sunshine, filtered clouds. 70 in napa and santa rosa. 60s at the coast. a look at the low, mainly the
good morning, america, it's 8:00 a.m. breaking news, major new developments this morning in the paris attacks and the hunt for the mastermind behind them. at least seven arrested. the latest at this hour, we are live from the scene. and a big headline this morning about the meat and chicken you eat. dr. besser here to answer your questions live. ♪ baby i'm perfect for you say hello to the new sexiest man alive. >> are you david beckham? >> whoo! >> yes, i am. >> david beckham just revealed on jimmy kimmel overnight what he's saying about it and the guy who made the list. ♪ baby i'm perfect and it's our biggest event ever. we've been going all night, 40
hours of "gma," leading up to our huge family reunion tomorrow morning all headed in one direction. >> you must have appreciated that. >> it's nice. cheers. >> lara in l.a. with the biggest band on the planet. they're perfect and they're saying -- >> all: good morning, america! >> one, two, three, three, two, one, one more time. >> all: good morning, america! and the second time is a charm for one direction. good morning, america. we're live on the west coast. got a whole lot going on this morning. all through the night. one direction performance coming up. the cast and the director of the hunger games will be here live in just a little bit. >> people have been lining up all morning long, night long to see them and also t.j. has been behind the scenes, our "40 for 40" streaming. did he catch up with you?
>> there he is right there. our marathon man. with gma superfans. lot going on this morning. a few selfies as well. our way of saying thank you as part of our 40th anniversary. >> people hanging out, spending some time with us. got some surprises. >> on the bus with nick watt. he's somewhere between cincinnati and columbus, ohio, headed to jack hanna's zoo. we'll join us here in times square. it's our big 40th anniversary reunion show. everyone will be here tomorrow morning. >> he's got to pick up the pace. >> lot of news going on as well. >> good morning, everyone. let's get right to that breaking development from france. a deadly police raid targeting the mastermind of the paris terror attacks.
s.w.a.t. teams stormed an apartment building in suburban paris followed by seven tense hours of explosions and gunfire. several people are under arrest at this hour and a female suicide bomber is among the dead. matt gutman is in saint-denis with the very latest. >> good morning, amy. cell phone data led police right down this street, about three blocks down that way, to this huge raid, they targeted an apartment building. the target of that raid was the man, abdelhamid abaaoud the so-called mastermind behind the deadly attacks across paris. you can hear the gunfire crackled here in this part of town. explosions as well. it began at 4:30 a.m. police went in and arrested three people. then a female suicide bomber detonated herself, injuring five
police officers. killing a police dog. police went in, more gunfire, more explosions. they made additional arrests. however, we're told by the justice ministry that the man everybody has been after is still a fugitive. and it makes it very difficult situation for the french who remain apprehensive about what's going on. there are at least two, perhaps three major suspects affiliated with isis who haven't been apprehended here. >> matt, with tensions so high here, what is next for french authorities? >> reporter: french authorities have launched a massive amount of raise over the past few days. 214 anti-terrorist raids. we're clearly interested in pursuing this. they're doing everything they can. expanding their resources.
but it's going to be a long road. they're launching attacks against isis targets in raqqah, syria, as well. very difficult road for the french. their intelligence is clearly working very hard. but a lot of work here left to do. >> matt in saint-denis, thank you. breaking news coming in right now from turkey, turkish officials say they have arrested eight suspected members of isis traveling to germany posing as refugees. president obama has been briefed on the developments. he addressed the controversy of accepting syrian refugees here in the united states. insisting that refugees don't pose a security risk. he criticized his opponents they're afraid of widows and orphans. francois hollande agreed committing france to accept 30,000 refugees in the next two years saying, quote, france shall remain a country of freedom, movement and culture
also breaking at this hour, isis has released a picture of the bomb that brought down plane over egypt. we're not showing that picture. because abc news has not verified that picture yet. isis also has claimed that they have killed two hostages. more details on that situation as we get them. in other news, ginger has been following deadly weather overnight. powerful winds in the northwest bringing down tree branches, crushing cars killing at least three people. 300,000 customers have lost power in western washington state. well, a major development in a story we've been following for days now, the murder of an indiana pastor's pregnant wife, amanda blackburn was shot and killed in her indianapolis home last week. police say a gun has been recovered near that home. investigators are now testing the gun. and a business headline just coming in this morning from the auto industry. our partners at yahoo autos just announced their car of the year,
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reports" says that meat and poultry raised without antibiotics are less likely to have drug resistant bacteria than those who get it routinely. 2 million americans get antibiotic-resistant infections every year. and consumer reports is concerned that regular use of antibiotics in animals raised for food is lessening the effectiveness of antibiotics. >> that, in fact, is the public health crisis we have going on today. that antibiotics are less effective in treating illness. >> the organization found that ground beef from cows regularly given antibiotics was twice as likely to carry superbugs than beef from cows raised without them. they're often used to promote growth and prevent disease and the fda plans to phase them out to promote growth but healthy animals can still get them for disease prevention. >> healthy animals are fed low levels of antibiotics on a daily basis, that particular method we're extremely concerned about. >> reporter: in a statement the national chicken council says they avoid the use of human
antibiotics and along with the u.s. poultry association, they support the use of antioxidants for medical reasons but not to promote growth and the beef association tells abc news they continue to develop new safety technologies in order to provide consumers with the safest highest quality beef possible. and dr. richard besser joins us now. interesting report right there and it raises the whole issue of antibiotic resistance in general. >> yeah, it's a big issue. we take them for granted and get a bacterial infection. we take an antibiotic and we feel better. but for some of these infections the drugs aren't working so well and there aren't a lot of new drugs coming down the pipeline. what "consumer reports" is saying is that when you use antibiotics to help animals grow faster and bigger, it's leading to some of these drug-resistant infections. >> and how is basically just the overuse of antibiotics across the board contributing to these superbugs developing? >> yeah, well, let me show you. take a look at this, animals' bodies and ours are covered in bacteria, okay.
most of those bacteria are sensitive to antibiotics but there's a couple of them there, those little red ones that are resistant. when you give the animal the antibiotic it kills off all those are susceptible and leaves behind those resistant ones which multiply so then if you get an infection it's drug resistant. >> so, how do we protect ourselves? >> well, there are a number of things we can do. first, be careful how you cook at home. make sure you cook it thoroughly, avoid cross-contamination. when you're buying your meat and poultry you can look at the labels but you have to be careful. take a look at this. some that are clear, usda organic that's antibiotic free. if it says raised without antibiotics, that's antibiotic free. but, be careful. natural means nothing. it can be on anything. and no hormones means no hormones but it doesn't necessarily mean no antibiotics. >> you would generally steer towards meat that isn't raised on antibiotics? >> i would. i think it's going to cost a little more because animals do grow faster with antibiotics but
i don't think it's the way to go. >> okay, rich besser, thanks very much. rich will take your questions on twitter all morning long, tweet him @drrichardbesser. >> george, thanks so much. and now to the model and fashion editor helping revolutionize the runway. iskra lawrence. is part of the movement. she encourages everyone that they're beautiful. from model ashley graham to celebs like mariah carey, pink and melissa mccarthy, and so many more a-listers inspiring all women to like the skin they're in. now 25-year-old iskra lawrence known for her viral untouched aerie campaign and for her gorgeous posts on social media is taking this message of female empowerment to runway riot. a new style and fashion site aimed at the 65% to 70% of
american women who we wear a size 14 or higher and while the demand is large, only 17% to 18% of clothing sales cover that arguably untapped market. >> the fashion industry has made the majority of women feel inferior. well, we're done with feeling invisible. >> the plus size industry is a $17 billion industry. if not more. plus size women want to wear nice clothes but they're going to stores and seeing nothing and saying we don't want to look matronly but stylish. we're trendy women. we have taste. sell us the clothes. we'll buy it. >> something lawrence is determined to change. model and fashion editor of the brand-new site runway riot iskra lawrence is here with us now. you said -- good morning, by the way. you said that the fashion industry has made the majority of women feel inferior. how do you and runway riot plan to counter that? >> we plan to create a home for women to come and feel inspired. it's going to be the first chance for women to feel included in fashion from zeros
to 28s. we'll talk about cool and trendy clothes for all sizes. >> talk about the ugly side of social media. you actually say that's given you confidence and helped you. tell me how. >> my experience is i've been in the fashion industry for 12 years. you know, i got dropped for being a straight size model because i was too curvy and then i was too small to be a plus size model. we all want to be represented. it gave me confidence to stand up and say it's time to see more women in the media. >> the website has absolutely no retouching. >> no retouching at all. >> i'm so passionate about it. growing up i wanted to feel confident in who i am. not for being someone that was retouched that i couldn't identify with. so we are 100% against retouching. >> and you have some fashion tips for women of all sizes. tell me what they are. >> the first one is that you can rock anything with confidence and also don't be afraid to stand out. color, stripe, they're are no rules and then when i really
want to encourage is, you know, this is about all women being able to be stylish and sexy and fashionable at any size. >> how do women break the stigma. >> it's time we talk about other things. we talk about the fact that you're more than a size. you're more than a label and all able to dress in cool, trendy clothes. >> thank you so much. >> thank you. >> a wonderful message and great website. a great message for all women. check out runway riot. that is a huge tongue twister. runway riot online right now. robin, over to you. "people" magazine's sexiest man alive issue is always one of its most anticipated of the year. this year it's celebrating its 30th anniversary giving the honor to global superstar and dad of four, david beckham. here's what he had to say to our good friend jimmy kimmel about being named the sexiest man alive. >> is there anyone you'd like to thank for this honor? >> i would like to thank my parents. >> yes, yes, sure. >> for bringing me into this world. of course. i would like to thank my hairdresser, my stylist. >> humor is always sexy.
"people's" editorial director and our dear friend jess cagle is here. so why beckham? >> he's sort of the perfect guy to do for your 30th anniversary. he is a legendary beauty for a legendary franchise, also frankly, he's never been the sexiest man alive before which seems like a terrible oversight. >> really, he hasn't in 30 -- >> in 30 years, no, it generally goes to an actor. when we were looking for the perfect person to shoulder this tremendous responsibility, robin, we decided david beckham was the guy. >> great dad. he's a nice person. >> he is a very nice person and it really interesting, interesting family, seems like a great husband, great dad. all of that stuff. >> you know what i always enjoy about this issue, yes, we know the hollywood stars and they are gorgeous, but it's also the everyday guy, they're sexy as well and they're on the list. >> they are and our men of the year, we included the train heroes, three guys, the minute
that train thing happened and, you know, horrible tragedy avoided by these patriotic good-looking guys, i remember thinking the minute it happened not focused on the news but they should be in sexiest man alive and then these two guys from the campbell soup add, david monahan and larry sullivan. a few months ago i got this tons of e-mails saying this campbell's soup commercial was going viral and i looked it up and it was two guys that i had known for years. >> get out. >> out in l.a. with their little boy and david and larry, they were actors, now david is a writer, and they were blowing up the internet. two yo-yos that i've known for years are doing this amazing thing. we put them in men of the year, though, because that ad was really, really impactful and controversial to some people. >> to some. >> and they handled it with a lot of grace. >> he has. well deserving being in the issue as well as or michael
strahan but in a different category. >> yes, he is in a category called dad bods. but these are not the dad bods that people talk about. these are guys like michael strahan and mario lopez. >> uh-huh. >> and they are dads with bodies, so there he is posing with michael jr. >> can we give an honorable mention to george stephanopoulos? come on. he's got a dad bod too. >> he's got a great body. i've seen him on the beach. >> he does yoga, hot yoga, and everything. >> he's been in the issue before and i will tell you, i think ali and i are going to cook up something really amazing next year. >> jess is saving me by saying when i was in the issue which was about 20 years ago. >> oh, that's terrible. >> we have the best of george from "gma" and we'll see when you were because your hair, that is coming up that was he a tease for later. jess, congratulations. >> thank you, robin. >> all going well. >> all going well. sexiest man alive. pulitzer is in the mail, i'm sure. >> i'll give you an honorable
mention as well. the sexiest man alive issue hits newsstands nationwide friday. and for more check out tonight's lifetime special people's sexiest man alive 2015 and it's 30 year, 30 years -- >> lots of sexy men. let's go outside to ginger. >> lots of sexy men. >> i want to take a moment to welcome you to the keurig cold cube. that's right. come on inside with me. it is not just used to escape all of the cold weather. oh, no, we are making some iced cold drinks, so, check this out. here's what i do. put it right in here, pop it in. you shut that, just like a keurig works, you're going to pour out yourself a soda or tonic water just to have it for myself. cold water talking so you all making a good drink. a lot of folks doing it. so easy. but we are talking about colorado springs. how about that snow, some parts of the rockies got up to two feet. now they're under avalanche warning in parts of the rockies too and check out the numbers
going into the weekend. oh, my goodness, into the teens you will fall milwaukee and chicago. that's a look from west to east. good morning. i'm abc7 news meteorologist mike nicco. hope you're having a great hump day. the start, sunshine and mild in the days ahead. still tracking rain for the holiday travel next week. temperatures near 60 along the coast. look at the mid-60s to 70s around the bay and inland. tonight, a lot of 40s and 50s with patchy fog. my accuweather seven-day forecast, warmest friday. coolest with the rain tuesday. >> and, guess what, in honor of "gma's" 40th anniversary, everybody in yellow, everybody that was in the keurig cold cube is getting a keurig cold cube maker and a variety of cups, as well.
george and robin. >> should have got the cup. yeah. they say all good things must come to an end. it is with the blockbuster "the hunger games" franchise. >> final installment "the hunger games: mockingjay part 2" opens on friday. here's a sneak peek. >> we got one shot. >> let's make it count. >> stay alive. >> i'll see you again. it's going to be a different world. >> you might go see it? >> no. >> welcome back. jennifer lawrence, liam hemsworth, josh hutcherson, donald sutherland and francis lawrence. >> a lot of fans outside. >> a lot of fans outside. we only have a minute but -- >> oh, sorry. >> what are they saying?
>> inside joke between -- they always get our inside jokes. >> what is the inside joke? explain. >> josh was tired doing press and he was like challenging and hard. we just all really -- it's very challenging and hard and hard. >> yeah, it's hard work. >> and they already caught on to it. >> challenging and hard. >> sorry. >> you just hijacked the whole interview. take a break. >> we'll be right back. >> back in the next half hour. don't worry. >> sorry. >> saw that coming. it's time to share the warmth with families and children in need. >> let's do it, guys. >> oh, wow. >> do you have a coat to donate? >> thank you. >> our theme is kids helping kids. >> donating coats. >> go to any burlington store, donate a coat and join our coat drive.
good morning. i'm eric thomas. stanford university is warning students living on campus after at least four disturbs incidents involving intruders not students. according to the stanford daily, four strangers were seen inside the residences in the past month. the most recent was in a dorm november 2nd around 6:00 a.m. some students this dorms are vulnerable because they're by a busy street. leyla is off for a look at traffic. great america parkwa a motorcycle versus vehicle accident. it is in the center divide, but lookie lues slowing things down. traffic slowing coming into san francisco. no accidents reported, just a little volume. little volume. e a bow and arrow ♪
good morning. thanks for sticking around. visibility, southern sections of san jose down to gilroy. patchy fog now with a light wind. it's not going anywhere until the sun starts to fade, that starts in about a half hour or so. temperatures today. look at this. mid to upper 60s in most neighborhoods. napa, santa rosa, 70. 60 along the coast. all right. 40s and 50s again tonight. the trend, milder temperatures in the afternoon and morning hours topping out friday, a very
nice weekend for outdoor activity, but come tuesday, wednesday and thursday of ♪ednesday and thursday of welcome back to "gma." here is the cast and director of "the hunger games." wish you could have been here during the break. >> oh, boy. >> we had a little operation going on with josh. >> we got it under control. >> you are okay. >> don't be afraid. >> now we've learned that the tour is challenging and hard. that's a good thing to get out of the way. francis, in some ways it really has been because you had your paris premiere just a couple of days before those attacks and you decided to scale back the l.a. premiere because of those attacks. it was important for you guys to do that, wasn't it? >> it was. we as a group feel very close to paris. we shot in paris for six weeks. we lived there. a huge majority of our crew is french. and so it hit us hard, and i think we felt strange and odd to be out there selling the movie with smiles on our faces. but we also didn't want to disappoint fans and we didn't want to disappoint the charities like make-a-wish that come out
for these things, and so we decided to just focus on the fans and focus on the charities. >> you really have done a wonderful balancing act. julianne moore was here earlier. and said the same thing. i know you don't want to disappoint them and here you all are wrapping it up. are you going through a little separation anxiety, josh? >> i wouldn't say so, and i'll tell you why, because we don't separate. that's the trick. if you ever want to avoid separation anxiety, just don't separate. >> yeah, perfect answer. >> yeah. >> we make it an unhealthy relationship. >> because you guys are really friend, liam. >> co-dependent. >> co-dependent. >> that's an understatement. >> we're not just colleagues. >> you can't destroy what we have. i hate the word colleagues. >> unhealthy workplace environment and we've translated that into -- >> it's totally healthy. >> donald, you seem amused by all this. >> of course. [ laughter ]
>> what is it like because you have -- you have, sir, you have done it all. you really have, and i know that you were joking and saying that after all the great characters including president snow, i look at you, and i'm looking at president snow, what do little girls when they want to take a picture with you, what do they say? >> no, seriously they -- they'll stop me in an airport corridor with their mother, and they'll pull at my leg, and i'll look down, and they say, could i have my photograph -- they will -- the mother will stand them up on a chair and we'll be standing together like that and the little girl will go, could you look mean? could you look mean? >> that's amazing. >> i don't know how to look mean. >> yes, you do. >> it's amazing because we were here for the first one and you were little babies when you came here and you were out -- i think we even have a picture of your premiere from the first one a few years ago. no, that's not -- >> we haven't changed a bit. wow.
>> that's amazing. >> but could you all -- could you even -- there you go. all right. ah. little babies. but could you, jennifer, have anticipated the reaction from everyone, jennifer, and the -- could you have anticipated back then this? >> no, i mean, this whole thing has been just incredible. our fan support is unbelievable. >> in berlin by the red carpet there were more than 6,000 young people standing there waiting in line, and it was freezing cold. >> yeah, yeah. >> it happened when they wanted you to give the mean face. and, francis, halfway through but this is at the relative beginning of your feature film career. huge franchise. >> it is. i mean, you know, half of the films that i've done have been these projects, but it's been the most creatively fulfilling time of my life, absolutely. these stories are unbelievable. the characters are unbelievable. the group of people i got to
work with are incredible. >> because you were doing music videos before -- >> i did music videos for about 15 years for films. >> what's the difference between these actors and the musicians? >> believe it or not, even with this behavior, they're far more professional than musicians. >> i set you guys up for that. >> yeah. >> set up the whole industry. >> shh. >> nothing. >> i've done enough. >> good job. >> i did. >> our camera guys -- >> the moment before this happens and -- >> you just saw it. >> incredible. >> you actually turned up -- >> i'm not -- >> because she is the one, the most to break character. she -- you seem to be a free spirit. >> ooh-hee. okay. >> free spirit, that's a kind word. >> she is the least professional. >> no, no. >> no, it's true. i'm most likely to -- do i have lines? >> wait, what are we shooting?
>> i always forget that lines are a part of the job. >> josh, what scene is next? >> i'm like, wow, great set. oh, my god, this is amazing. >> do you remember the words? >> they're like, rehearse, i'm like, rehearse what? >> and i remember when you guys were here the first time i said please don't change, and you haven't, that's wonderful. it's wonderful. >> certainly have not grown up. >> all the due success that's come everyone's way that you maintain this friendship and just talent. i'm telling you, it is so good. >> well, thank you. >> are you as excited for people to see it as we are? >> yeah, i'm really excited. i think, you know, there's something really satisfying about seeing the story through to the end to see the conclusion. i think it's really emotional. >> and this is really the end? >> yeah. >> yes. >> it is definitely the end? >> yes. >> come on. >> no question. >> yes. >> uh-huh. >> it has to be. you know, and it's a wonderful anti-war picture, and if young people go and look at it and they become politicized, get up
off their chairs and organize themselves, it will be a true success. >> that has been your hope from the beginning? >> from the very beginning. >> thank you all for coming in again. "the hunger games: mockingjay part 2" hits theaters this friday. now let's go over to amy. >> all right. fantastic movie. i've seen it twice, by the way. time now to check in with our "40 for 40" express, the bus traveling around the country and on our 40th anniversary surprising and really thanking all of our super fans on its way to times square for tomorrow's big family reunion so, nick, tell us what's going on out there. >> good morning, amy. well, this morning we are in the procter & gamble plaza in cincinnati, and i'm joined by raquel rozas, who is the ambassador for tide loads of hope. we have an anniversary, so do you. what are you doing to celebrate? >> that's right. we're celebrating our ten-year anniversary, and to celebrate we are launching the tide loads of hope clothing donation today. >> uh-huh. >> so the tide loads of hope program was started in 2005 in
response to the devastation that was left behind by hurricane katrina and, you know, like so many other people, we wanted to try and find a way to help, and for us, that meant creating this full-service mobile laundromat you see here in front of you. >> oh, wow. okay. >> yeah, which, you know, allowed us to get on the ground and start washing people's clothes. >> okay. >> i know that probably sounds like a simple concept, but the reality is after food, shelter and water, something as simple as clean clothes can go a long way towards helping restore some hope to a family's life. >> absolutely makes people feel better. so, how would our viewers get involved in this if they want to help? >> yes, so, over the last ten years we've reached over 45,000 families and 60,000 -- we've washed 60,000 loads, but now we want to double that, and so with this clothing drive, you know, we're trying to reach families that are not just impacted by natural disasters but also maybe struggling through poverty or homelessness. >> perfect. >> in order to get involved, what we're asking people to do is either make a donation by stopping by one of our local tide dry cleaners which is
available in 18 major cities across the country. >> fantastic, fantastic. fantastic. great. you can do that and back to, guys, times square where i understand you also have a special giveaway right now. >> yes, we do, nick. thank you so much and first, though, we'll get a check of the weather from ginger. we saw short sleeves in cincinnati. i don't have a jacket on. >> sure isn't, amy. all ahead of that same system we've been tracking throughout the morning hours. severe weather along the gulf coast today and the heavy rain now, flash flood watches from atlanta to asheville. good morning. i'm meteorologist mike nicco. a warming trend continues with high clouds and sunshine, mid-60s, 70s in the north bay. accuweather seven-day forecast, warmest friday. coolest with the rain coming in tuesday, wednesday and thursday next week. >> and our sponsor tide sends a very nice anniversary gift for us to share. yes, we're going to share. since the tide loads of hope truck is powered by whirlpool
washers and dryers, we're giving away, everyone in the audience, getting a brand-new whirlpool washer and dryer and a year's supply of tide detergent. additionally for every washer and dryer given away today, we are also giving a washer and dryer to charities across the country. so, this is it. look at the hugs. look. there is genuine excitement. there is going to be a lot of laundry being done this weekend. congratulations, everyone. coming up, we actually have more surprises, and one direction performs their newest hit. you don't want to go anywhere. stay with us. ♪ if you like top secret little
welcome back, everyone, to "good morning america," and it's a great morning here, is it not? [ cheers and applause ] this crowd is very excited about their free washer and dryers and we are in the middle of our huge "40 for 40" live stream event and there is even more to give away. a lot of great surprises. ginger, you have another big one right now. >> i do. here it comes, everybody. all of you out there have been tweeting us your "gma" memories all morning long, and speaking of tweeting, we now have the chief operating officer of blackberry, marty beard, right here with us. you've got the new phone, the blackberry priv. tell us about this thing. >> so, this is our new smartphone, which is the most secure, most private smartphone that's ever come out and available on android, so it's got the classic blackberry security and all the applications and everything that
you need. >> and so i know we've got a very special moment coming up right now. >> we do, indeed. >> right, okay, so that is right. all of you are going home with a blackberry priv. yes. [ cheers and applause ] they're all coming out for "gma's" 40th anniversary. a smartphone going to everyone. i feel like oprah. you get a blackberry. you get a blackberry. >> there you go. there you go. >> such an exciting morning. >> the giveaways are still coming. helping us celebrate our 40th birthday with this amazing one of a kind dance routine. hit it, guys. ♪ i say you're holding back, shut up and dance with me ♪ ♪ this woman is my destiny
she said shut up and dance with me ♪ ♪ ♪ we're victims of the night >> planet fitness is giving everyone a free year of membership to planet fitness. get in great shape. wow. the crowd is going wild. coming up, we're all going to go wild with an incredible performance by one direction coming up on "good morning america." stick around. you got in here quickly. >> wow. >> you're a runner. now, we're seeing what the view is like live at "the view," joining us as we celebrate 40 years of "good morning america"
live right now. >> i got to be a part of it last night, an hour, i with "dancing with the stars." >> we're checking in with them right now. >> hi. >> we have never done this before. you're live, we're live on the west coast. >> it's like a broadcast within a broadcast within a live cast. 40 years, you're almost halfway there, some of the highlights so far and what are you looking forward to? >> we had a terrific performance by one direction and what was so great, it was an intimate setting and lara was out there, nick lachey was out there and just the intimacy of the setting and the guys were really -- it's something when it's a live streaming as far as a broadcast television, they were very relaxed. that was by far the real
highlight. they have the new album that just dropped. that's kid's lingo. >> i like seeing george without a tie yesterday. i thought that was nice. speaking of relaxed. >> i only wear a tie on the air. >> george, i understand you're quite excited to be doing this, yes? >> joy's got some inside sources. >> yeah, she's good. >> what i'm excited about all of the great people we're meeting all across the country. nick watt has been going on that bus, came on this morning with those little kids that were born on "good morning america" 13 years ago. that was really something. >> all right that was a politically correct answer, george. we appreciate that. >> that's good. >> i want to know, what are you guys hoping that people will remember about "good morning america" 40 years from now? >> we're all family here.
we're bringing everybody back. i hope we get invited back in 40 years. you'll be around. >> "good morning america." >> they'll be looking back at this live stream. >> that's going to go right on the highlight reel. >> we spend more time with our "good morning america" family than with our own family. sometimes we see the best in each other and the worst in each other. but i only see the best in you. >> thank you. >> 40 for 40 will be streaming live online. earlier today, "good morning america" surprised their audience and we want to do the same. >> we want to thank "the view" for letting us crashed their broadcast. >> your awarrewa
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good morning. i'm eric thomas. authorities say a man is dead after leaving chp officers on a high-speed chase that hit 120 miles an hour. the man crashed in san jose on the 280 winchester boulevard exit, a female passenger suffered minor injuries. the chase began in gilroy just before 3 350sh30 this morning. the car was stolen. and in oakland, police responding to a hit-and-run crash involving a pedestrian in 10th and union street. a vehicle versusx7fúv a pedestr. traffic at walnut creek you see there, a big backup on southbound 680. no major incidents reported but just volume. here's mike with a look at the forecast. >> thanks. colorful picture there. walnut creek. another one of the high clouds that are going to be a mainstay in our forecast. temperatures today about 60 along the coast.
mid-60s and 70 for the rest of us and still tracking rain for next tuesday, wednes >> it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, from "the hunger games: mockingjay part 2," liam hemsworth. and a performance from grammy-award winner ceelo green. plus, we continue our "we said whaaat week" with a kids' pajama fashion show courtesy of "vogue." all next on "live." [captioning made possible by isney-abc domestic television] and now, here are your emmy award-winning co-hosts, kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪ kelly: hi. hi.