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i thought he'd be ready to go home by now. he's in with dr. maddox. how is he? well, we're gonna find out. andre: how do you feel, morgan? you're not sick of asking that yet? you always have an interesting answer. well, i feel like i got to hit the head again. side effect of the lithium. yeah. is sanity a side effect, too? you're smart. so am i. okay? we both know we're not gonna save crimson by running, uh, "10 new ways to please your lover" and the new "it" bag -- same old, same old. nina, you're right about that. [ sighs ] but how are -- we need to think outside of the box, maxie. hell, we need to break the box. i am more worried about breaking your bank account. how much money is it gonna take? well, according to this -- i don't care about that! listen, i'll scare up the funds. it's no big deal. we're gonna put a lot of money into this.
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the only thing we need is -- ah, an intern! we need two large lattes. we don't have an intern. all right, and get something pretty for yourself. we have a lot of work to do. [ chuckles ] hi, dillon. what's up? uh, i'm meeting my mom for dinner. but i -- i wanted to say goodbye first. goodbye? i'm moving back to l.a. ♪ i thought i made it clear that i would contact you when i had something new to report. you did. things have changed on my side. anything i can use? well, it's certainly gonna free up your time. i'm, uh, dissolving our partnership. what? why? i don't need you anymore. i'm gonna take down nikolas all by my lonesome. be prepared to defend any challenge jason morgan may have regarding his shares of elq.
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nikolas, i got to talk to you! hang up! what? hang up! i have to get back to you. what is it, mother? this web of lies is coming undone. i just saw sam, and she is this close to figuring out the truth about everything. okay. and what truth would that be? the stuff that could land you behind bars. the fact that you and elizabeth knew the truth about jason's identity before anybody else. why are you stalling about divorcing jason? you know, it is really not okay for you to guilt me into moving along with this divorce at your speed. sam, that's not -- i just don't understand why the holdup. no, of course you don't -- because you're not the one ending a marriage. i am. and i will do it when i'm damn good and ready. [ sighs ] well, jason's ready, so why aren't you? jason: what are you doing? i'm letting you go. letting me go from what? from the promises you made before you knew who you were. and all the promises you made after.
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and 9 grams of protein. ensure. take life in. avavave a deal. we did have a deal. you were supposed to seduce a tiny chunk of elq stock out of nikolas, give said stock to me, for which you would be paid a tidy sum and have the satisfaction of betraying a man you secretly despise. and that is still the deal. circumstances changed, and i can now get elq back without having to rely on you or your slow-cooking wiles.
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and how exactly will you do that? i'm gonna vote him out. you don't have a single share to vote with. [ chuckles ] no, but my family does. and that family includes jason. [ snaps ] jason? jason is a quartermaine. and his re-emergence not only breathes new life into the port charles firearms market, but it also triggers the bylaws that govern the distribution of elq stock. how so? jason's stock goes back to jason. nikolas loses his majority. jason votes with the family. quartermaines in, cassadines out. that's a very interesting plan. thank you. too bad it's doomed to fail. tell me what made you think that sam is on to us? okay. she called me. she asked me to come over to her house. she said she had something very important to discuss with me. when i got there, she began to interrogate me
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about this secret that elizabeth and i are keeping. more specifically, a secret about jason. that's -- look, that's all very vague. that doesn't mean that she knows anything. no, it's not! she came right out and she asked me -- did we know jason's identity before carly told him? fine. what did you say to her? i did everything i could to skirt the question. but guess what? she noticed that, too. she called me out on it. i mean, come on. jason was her husband, right? does it surprise you that she would be protective of him? okay. what or who gave sam the idea that elizabeth knew about jason? it was little jake. one way or another, jason and i will get a divorce, but what does it matter if it happens next week or next month? it matters a lot, because the longer you hold on to this marriage, the more clear message you're sending me about your lack of commitment to us and to our family. are you kidding? i-i told you what i want.
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and it's you and emma... and me and danny here. why, all of a sudden, is my word not good enough for you? that's not -- no, sam. i trust you. your word is good with me. i just don't know where our relationship sits right now. are you -- really? what it means to you. it means everything to me. you can't honestly say that, because if it did, you wouldn't take off after jason halfway across the world, putting yourself in danger. don't do that. you said you were okay with that. i see you flicking around with his ring, contemplating a marriage you said you were moving on from. how can you, out of everybody, not understand what i'm going through after what you've been through with robin? jason is not only alive, but he's been living in this town for the past year. and it is really frustrating and confusing and wonderful and difficult. and at the same time, i would really appreciate some patience and sensitivity here. i'm trying, sam, i'm trying. i would just like a sign that you want to do this with me. a sign? i don't know what else to tell you. i don't want you to tell anything. i want you to do something. move on with the divorce. i can't, patrick.
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not until i know the truth. the truth about what? whether or not nikolas and elizabeth knew who jason was before carly told him. okay. what's going on? did i do something to you that makes you think i want out of this? no. no. no, of course not. you wouldn't. you would stay with me for the rest of my life, because that's what you promised. even if it's not what you want. what makes you think this is not what i want, huh? i mean, where's this coming from? don't -- don't worry. that's not... the point is, you need time to figure out who you are. and you can't do that with me holding you back. [ laughs ] you've been talking to carly. the mood stabilizers will go a long way toward making your life manageable. just like that, huh? unfortunately, no. every case is different. you're doing okay now, but we will need you to come in for regular blood tests.
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we may need to tinker with the dosage every now and then, but that's normal. right. we'll figure it out. just like making a good drink, right? i'm not an alcoholic. i just... bar tend sometimes. i wasn't worried. huh, liar. the biggest thing you need to accept is that the bipolar disorder doesn't go away. so i'm just -- i'm stuck with this forever? while it isn't curable, it is treatable. but only if we stay on top of it. luckily, you have a family who will back you up every step of the way. i just want to get morgan out of here, sonny. doctor's gonna clear morgan when the mania is under control. you can see morgan now. oh, good. carly, carly, carly. is it okay if i... yeah. oh, god, yeah, go. michael and i will talk to the doctor. all right. what's going on with my son? is he okay? i'm sorry. i can't tell you anything.
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how you doing? oh, you know -- there's bad news. there's good news. bad news is that i'm definitely bipolar. what's the good news? oh, the good news is that they're giving me drugs. and the bad news to that is that i'm probably gonna have to pee all the time. but, hey, at least i'm not in restraints going after, you know, kiki and mom, right? progress is progress. progress is progress. do me a favor -- go down there and warn all the villagers. tell them to hide their wives and kids. morgan's getting sprung. hey, you know, you can come home with your mom and me if you want. no! no! no what? i'm not going anywhere with you. hey marc. how you feeling?
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otherwise, you'll be remembered as the guy who torpedoed his ex's marriage and then went away to sulk because she didn't run to comfort him. you need to stay here and repair your reputation. repair it for who? lulu? she'll always think of me as the jerk who helped up-end her marriage. the best thing i can do for her now is make a tactful exit. so, now this is about giving lulu space? have you even asked her if this is what she wants? i'll send word after i'm gone. that'll be the easiest way for her. you mean easier for you. well, you're sure not making it any easier. of course not. difficult is my middle name. dillon, wait. i don't want you to go. i'll miss you, too. what makes you think my plan won't work? because it's based on the premise that nikolas is a fool, and you don't strike me as the kind of woman who underestimates her enemies. i don't.
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it's been almost a month since we found out jason was alive, and you can bet nikolas has had people working around the clock to figure out a way to cut jason out of elq. he can't do it. he doesn't have the power. maybe he does. maybe he doesn't. but that won't stop him from keeping your family in court for years. while your lawyers are shuffling papers, nikolas will liquidate every inch of elq down to the paper clips. if the day comes that you finally do get your company, all that will be left is the name. or we stick to my plan. it's taking too long. i've got a little something in the works. and if it goes the way i am almost positive it will, nikolas will be firmly under my thumb. what's the something? all you need to know is payday is coming -- sooner than you think. mother, i'm sorry. there is no way that sam is gonna believe anything that a child said in a game of what essentially equates to telephone.
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but what this child said -- listen to me -- was the truth. and whatever it was that he said to sam, she believed it. well, that's fine. but you didn't say anything, right? no, no! i mean, did i do the right thing? did i tell the truth? no, i didn't. i actually said that... [ sighs ] that i thought jake had an active imagination. that's great. that's what sam needs to believe at the moment. and what about the next moment and the next and on and on? oh, come on. don't you find this exhausting? of course i find it exhausting. but i also find it quite necessary. so that you can hold on to the life to which you've always been accustomed to? no. look, no. this is not just about hanging on to elq. i hope not, nikolas. i hope that you're not playing god in jason's life just for money. i'm not. i'm not. this is about staying true to elizabeth. she loves jason. she wants to have a life with jason. and after everything she's suffered,
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who am i to deny her of that? but the longer this goes on, the more elizabeth is going to be hurt when this thing just topples like a house of cards. and it will. so, what would you have me do? you want me to tell the truth? yes. that is exactly what i would tell you to do. just let it out, honey, and be done with it. carly doesn't speak for me. [ sighs ] babe, i know. and normally, i wouldn't listen. but this time, carly was able to articulate something that i've been thinking about for a while and i just haven't been able to admit. i am holding you back. from what? now that you know who you are, you need to be in a place where there are no distractions. okay. all right, look. you are not a distraction. you're far from it. you need to decide what part of your old life you want to reclaim, and what part you want to renounce. and you can't do that. you can't make an honest decision with this around, with me and the boys and all the promises you've made.
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it's just -- it's not fair to you. are you telling me to leave, or are you leaving me? so, you're saying that elizabeth and nikolas knew who jason was this entire time? i don't know for how long, but yes. why do you say that? well, after hayden was shot, she said that someone else knew who jake really was, and i think she was talking about nikolas. so you're taking hayden's word on that, sam? not only that. on thanksgiving, i overheard jake talking to danny. little jake? elizabeth's son jake? yes, and he was telling danny that elizabeth and laura were keeping a secret about his father. so, now it's elizabeth and nikolas, and laura's involved, too? i know how this sounds. and now you're listening to a con artist and a child? actually, i confronted laura on it. oh, well, let me guess. she admitted it, right? no, of course she did not admit it. but she didn't have to. it was written all over her face. i could tell by the sound of her voice. she knew i was on to her. what if you're right? what if everybody's keeping jason in the dark. what do they get out of it? jason is a threat to nikolas' control of elq.
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okay, but that's nikolas. what about elizabeth? elizabeth loves jason, right? what about elizabeth?! let me tell you a thing or two about your dear friend, saint elizabeth. she can lie to get what she wants, just like anyone else. and she wants jason. she's wanted him for years. and like a miracle, he's dropped out of the sky without any memory? all she has to do is keep him in the dark, and she gets to have him? you don't think she's gonna take her chances at that? i don't think she's capable of that level of deceit. [ scoffs ] then you do not know your friend at all. let's just say you're right, okay? jason knows the truth. he chose elizabeth. so what does it matter when she knew the truth? because he deserves to know. what do you get out of exposing this supposed lie?
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boo-ya, boo-ya! one hot cash injection. crimson is back in business. [ snaps ] holy schiaparelli. how did you move this much money that fast? oh, you know what? please, that was lunch. let's discuss, maxie, how we are going to put our capital to good use.
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okay. this will make the february issue very splashy. february? what about january? it's put to bed. wake it up. we're not putting our names on something that's not 100% fabulous. but it's past the deadline. we need to take new pictures for our masthead. i'm thinking, you know, something really serious, like we're professional, but then just a little bit sexy. people need to know that we're hot. mm-hmm, mm-hmm. and we're, you know... sss, with it. nina, i am so totally about that idea. i don't think we have time. what'd i tell you before? break the box? break the box. you know what? smash the box. get out your mallet and start smashing. [ gasps ] oh, my god. i might know just the sledgehammer for this job. i'm sorry to keep you waiting. and i'm sorry you're going to los angeles. guess we're even. ah, i see you don't waste
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any time with the pleasantries, do you? those were my pleasantries. you don't expect me to bless your departure. oh, even i'm not that optimistic. you're breaking your father's heart. ah, i'm not worried. i think dad's in good hands here with you. do not go there. [ chuckles ] i saw you two at thanksgiving canoodli. canoodling? how do you even know that word? it was cold. oh, really? 'cause alice had the thermostat up so high, i thought aunt monica was nearly gonna faint. almost as cold as you leaving before the holidays. your grandmother would be appalled. oh, you're invoking grandmother now. wow. you're really -- and if your grandfather was alive, he would insist that you stay for the holiday party. come again? you know that we are hosting a benefit for toys for tots. you need to be there with the family. did you give ned and brook lynn the same spiel? well, they're... mysteriously unavailable. [ chuckles ] i'll bet. dillon, i wouldn't ask if it wasn't important. well, you haven't asked. you have guilted me, and now you are verging on commanding me. please.
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help us present ourselves as a family to be reckoned with and a force for good. i have no intention of revealing what i knew or when i knew it. you understand? mm-hmm. it could cost me my assets... my family... amongst many other things. i just thought, you know, you could have the best team of lawyers that money could buy -- i do. i do, but what does it mean if i confess? even if i were willing to take the risk, i can't betray elizabeth. i just, i can't. it would wreck any chance that she would ever have with jason. elizabeth's only chance
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of saving her relationship with jason is if she comes clean about it before sam has -- but that has to be up to her. do you understand? that has to be elizabeth's decision. i can't back her into a corner because i think that's what's best for her. okay. then what about what's best for you? what's best for you, and what's best for spencer? if you let the truth come out, then whatever it is that hayden is holding over your head is gonna be gone. and you can finally send her packing. honestly, tell me, what do you hope to gain out of outing elizabeth and nikolas? this has nothing to do with me. jason deserves to know the truth. jason chose elizabeth. maybe he doesn't want to know the truth. i think he would want to know if his fiancée had been lying to him for the past year. okay, and what does this have to do with us now? right, why do you feel like you have to blow apart jason and elizabeth's lives in order to build one with me? no, no, no. wait. i hope that is not what you think. this has nothing to do with us. no, it'd be kind of great if it did,
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because then they would break up and jason would come running back to you, right? i'm not leaving you. no, you're just telling me it's okay if i leave you. [ sighs ] i'm embarrassed by the way i reacted when the truth came out. there you were, standing in the church, trying to process this huge revelation, and all i could think about was just going through with the wedding. i was truly only thinking about myself. you know, i think you're just being too hard on yourself. no. no, i'm just being honest. i wasn't focused on what you were going through. i was just thinking about how much i love you and how afraid i am to lose you. so, now you're telling me that you're ready to lose me?
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i never had you to begin with. okay, so you're not gonna tell me what's going on with my son? legally, i'm not allowed. i'm his mother. and morgan is an adult. at this time, he hasn't signed a release allowing me to discuss his case. if you can't discuss morgan directly, maybe you can tell us what we can do. i've already okayed morgan's discharge. i will say what i would do if a member of my family had bipolar disorder. okay, i've been dealing with morgan's father and his illness for a long time. i know how to handle -- and i don't. i know how it affects dad, and i -- look, i'd like some advice on what i can do for morgan. i'd keep the lines of communication open. i'd listen to what my family member was saying and how they were saying it. i'd gently remind them that staying on schedule with the meds is key to keeping the condition in check. and i'd give them some space.
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i wouldn't be a policeman, but i would let them know that they are loved and supported. well, that's the easy part. you don't want to stay with your mom and me? i appreciate everything you've done for me my whole life. but living with my parents right now would be a disaster. how do you figure? i would feel like you and mom were watching me all the time, and that's because you will be. no, we won't. please. you're gonna tell me that you and mom aren't gonna be huddled together, asking, "is morgan taking his pills? is morgan mad? is he sad? is he going off the rails?" i can't take that. you guys are gonna cause yourselves an ulcer stressing about me. we're gonna stress about you regardless of where you're living. but we're gonna stress even more if you're someplace else, because we can't keep an eye on you. exactly. this is what i'm saying. i'm not talking about constantly. i'm talking about, you know, we don't have a nanny cam monitoring you. we're your parents. you don't get it. we're worried about you. you don't get it. help me understand, then, morgan. you're sitting here -- you're talking to me, dad,
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like nothing's changed. i'm not your son anymore. well, you are my son. you're always gonna be my son. you know what i mean. no, i don't. listen, you're my son today the same as you were yesterday, the same as you were when you were born. i'm not the same. i'm not. okay, i'm the weak one. i'm the one that has something wrong with them -- before, when i was a baby, and i did things wrong, it was because i was a baby. but now there's a reason. i'm sick, dad. no, morgan, that's not -- i'm sick, and you and mom want to act like nothing's wrong, like i'm still your son. but i'm not just your son. i'm your patient, too, now. you know the symptoms when they start. abdominal pain. urgent diarrhea. now there's prescription xifaxan. xifaxan is a new ibs-d treatment that helps relieve your diarrhea
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i've never really been the biggest booster for elq. it's not about the company. it's about what the company means. it's the embodiment of our family. when our family is strong, elq is strong. but so many of us are gone or preoccupied, and elq was usurped because of it. i have to change that. by throwing a charity fundraiser? it's symbolic. it just shows that the company is coming back, just like the family is coming back. i can't do it alone. i'm so glad i found you. hi, tracy. i need you to come with me. i'm kind of in the middle of something right now. it's not gonna take that long. i really can't. it's all right. go. but, mom... i've said my piece. you know where to find me. come on! i am not manipulating this situation to break up jason and elizabeth.
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i-i honestly, honestly believe that he deserves to know the truth. and that's more important to you than me? no, of course not! i love you! i want you. you keep saying that, but... what you're telling me is that what we have is not really what you want, sam. and that's -- it's killing me. [ groans ] patrick, i don't... i don't want to hurt you. i know you don't. and that's what makes this so difficult. because i believe that you love me. of course i do. you just don't love me the way that i love you. i have loved every minute i have spent with you. but it was all borrowed time. now that you know the truth, you have options that you didn't know existed. and so you need to take a step back and figure out what you want your life to be. what do you want? i'm trying to tell you.
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i'm not asking what you want from me or what you think i want. what do you want for yourself? i'm trying to do the right thing. good. then be honest. don't worry about what carly thinks. don't worry about hurting my feelings. what do you want? i just want you. good. then stop telling me to walk away, because you're all i want. i'm here because i love you. that's it. i guess i'm interrupting something. i was just telling nikolas that sam is right on the verge of proving that he and elizabeth conspired to hide jason's identity. and when she does, whatever leverage you have over my son will have vanished. i'm not holding anything over nikolas. yes, i know what i know, but i've made it clear that i'm not going to use it.
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oh, right, yeah, 'cause you're so innocent. well, i wouldn't go that far. mother, if if you don't mind, i'd like to have a moment alone. actually, i'd like to say something to laura first. i get the feeling that you don't like me very much. wow. whatever gave you that impression? i don't blame you. i did allow nikolas to think that my memory was gone when i woke up in the hospital, fresh from a gunshot wound to the head, and i knew maneuvering my way into wyndemere wasn't going to endear me to anyone. but in the beginning, i didn't care. but that's all changed because i've developed feelings for nikolas. his sincerity, his thoughtfulness, and his generosity has won me over. clearly, jason and sam think that he's capable of great wrongdoing. could that be because you're an accessory to the wrongdoing? to be honest, laura, all i see is a father out to protect his son, and a man that's driven by boundless caring.
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i'm not morgan anymore. i'm not. i'm just -- i'm the whack job that people look at and they wonder, "when's the next time he's gonna blow?" is that what you see when you look at me? what do you mean? i'm bipolar. i'm asking you. when you look at me, do you see a guy who's gonna be taking medication for the rest of his life just to stay even-keel? who's afraid of small spaces? who was beat up when he was a kid? no. i just... i see my dad. and i see my son. but everything that you don't see, i'm all of that. i just think it's different for you. no, it's not different. i struggle with this every day of my life.
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but i'm not my diagnosis, and neither are you. you have this illness. i get it more than anybody. i know you do. and what you've been through, i've been there. it's a long road. it's dark. but i'm gonna help you through it, son. you're just gonna have to let me. this is who you want to entrust with our glamour shots? bob the intern? his name is dillon. dillon the intern? not an intern. that explains why my coffee isn't here. hey, nina, you know that movie you donated all that money to? dillon was the director. oh, the movie that wasn't made?
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dillon's a genius with a camera, and we don't have a lot of time. are you good? yeah. will you vouch for him? i will vouch like i've never vouched before. okay. you're hired. welcome aboard! you work out. uh, thanks for the offer. hey, maxie, take the helm. i'm gonna go raid wardrobe. have fun. you do realize that neither of you asked me if i wanted the job, right? work is work, right? it's a one-day shoot. and you're gonna make a lot of money. well, nobody said anything to me about money. lucky for you, i know how much an emergency photographer gets paid. so, you can go to l.a. with money in your pocket and a credit to your name. a photography credit. credit is credit, dillon. besides, it's a good reason to stay. well, i already have one of those. did you really mean what you said about you and me?
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every word. you and your children, this is the life i want. this is the family that i want. so do me a favor -- stop trying to kick me out? i don't want to leave. i want to stay. okay? is that okay? can i stay? good. then, if you don't have any other issues, if there are no other misgivings, why don't we put this back where it belongs? can we do that? look at that. we can't keep doing what we're doing here. we need to resolve it somehow. i don't want to lose you.
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well, well, well. back already? so, this charity event... how can i help? here you go, get your friend dillon to get whatever he needs, and put it on that. are you sure about this? you know what? yeah, you're right. you're right. here. take the black card. higher limit. okay. i'm really excited. this is a big deal for me -- and hopefully for you. we're gonna make this magazine a success. we're gonna make this magazine our own. and we are in really good hands with dillon. he's great at making people look beautiful. not that we need it. pow! pow! well, your release is squared away. you're free to go. back with you? only if you want. and if i don't want? you could stay at my old house with your grandmother and lucas. so you can keep tabs on me? come on. i'm kidding.
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someone goes a little crazy, and then all of you lose your sense of humor? geez. you know, morgan, we're not gonna baby you. look, you're your own man. you get to live where you want to live. we just want you to know that you always have a place with us if you want. even if it's for only long enough to handle your medication and figure out what you're gonna do with your life, where you're gonna live, you know, have a job. that's all? i don't have to stay there forever? hey, you can stay for as long or as short as you want. okay? okay. can i have mikey's room? that can be arranged, i think. you want my old room? uh-huh. okay, but if you touch my comic books with your grubby fingers, you will get a beat-down, i promise you. you and what army, huh? [ laughs ] wait, please -- i think it's about time i go to bed. please just stay with me tonight. nikolas, i'm sorry. i'm sorry it's taking so long, but i'll be ready soon. i know, just after what you said, come on. i'll be ready soon. just know that i'm with you, even when i'm not by your side.
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and this thing with sam, whatever happens, we'll get through it... together. okay? mm. okay. [ door closes ] are you enjoying all of this? excuse me? the house. the money. all the trappings of being a cassadine. i'm just a guest. i'm not a cassadine. no, you're not, and you never will be. because eventually, my son will see through you and he will put you out with the morning trash. nikolas already knows who i am, and he likes what he sees.
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see you in the morning. elizabeth weber, do you promise to wear this ring and never ever take it off again? i promise. good. [ cellphone ringing ] uh, do you need to -- no, just let it ring. perfect. [ ringing continues ] mm. [ ringing stops ] hi, this is elizabeth. i'm unable to answer the phone. please leave a message, and i'll call you back. [ beeps ] nikolas: elizabeth, it's me.
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we need to talk. it's important. mom, hi. yeah, um, can you do something for me? go ahead with my divorce from jason. no, i'm -- i'm sure. just do what you have to and end my marriage. thanks. hi. thank you for doing that for me. i did it for us.
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earlier prosecutors denied that, saying gray needed medical help and that he couldn't can be breathe. in chicago, mayor rahm emanuel is refusing calls for his resignation over the fatal shooting of a black teenager by a white police officer. officer jason van dyke is now facing first-degree murder charges for the shooting death of 17-year-old laquan mcdonald, emmanuel is also resisting the call by illinois attorney general for a justice department probe saying the fbi and u.s. attorney's office already have an ongoing investigation. let's switch gears and turn our focus toward the weather because parts of the southeast are seeing severe flooding. in western north carolina, a campground flooded faster than usual. officials and residents had to take quick action to haul vehicles to high ground. one man and his puppy were rescued from a trailer. there are no reports of any injuries. several area roads are also closed at this hour. there was significant flooding in northwest georgia with some residents evacuated. several roads washed out or blocked by mud slides isolating residents, and some schools were closed, as well, giving kids a surprise vacation day. the southeast gets a reprieve, but the northwest is in for severe storms yet again. here's paul williams at accuweather. good morning. >> thanks. we're looking at a strong push of winds coming off the pacific like a big old bully bullying its way in the form of
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40 to 60 mile-per-hour winds. we're looking at the possibility of power outages and we're going to see tree damage. that's going to possibly cause concerns as far as even the commute throughout the northwest portions of the country. in addition to that, watch out for a series of storms to hit the same area, as well. kendis, reena. >> need his take on a day like this. thank you. coming up, our top story. the shooting rampage in southern california. >> the outraging from coast to coast as the nation confronts grief and disbelief following another mass shooting. also ahead, inside the minds of suspects who carry out deadly gun violence. what the government has just revealed about warning signs. you're watching a special edition of "world news now." revealed about warning signs. you're watching a special edition of "world news now."
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recapping our top story, recapping our top story, that horrific scene in san bernardino, california. at least two the shooters opening fire on workers at a center for the disabled killing 14 and injuring 17 others. as terrified employees left the building with their hands in the air, others hid in offices till police arrived hours later. two suspects were killed in a shoot-out with police. they're believed to be a couple. tashfeen malik and syed farook identified. there's still no word of a possible motive. there's a new report from the secret service that aims to provide insight into active
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shooters. >> and the report profiles the type of people most likely to pursue a mass shooting. elizabeth hur has more on the potential warning signs. >> reporter: in this video obtained by abc news, you can see why police must always be on guard. this is what prompted the lockdown at the pentagon in 2010, john patrick bedel calming walking toward the entrance and pulling out a 9-millimeter handgun and shooting. officers returned fire killing bedel. according to investigators bedel was paranoid and believed the government was spying on him. >> we continue to see these instances happen. all but one exhibited concerning behavior prior to the attack. >> reporter: this is one of 43 attacks on federal government buildings since 2001 studied by the secret service.
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the agency now urging law enforcement and the public to watch for warning signs. >> anywhere where you're interacting with people where you have a system and can take that information to someone in authority who might be able to intervene. >> reporter: the report revealing while more than half the attacks on the government involved so-called lone wolves with guns, some attackers have detonated bombs, crashed a plane into an irs building, and even mailed poison to the department of transportation. elizabeth hur, abc news, new york. >> part of this report they say to get help for the people who need it early. but there are so many different warning signs. sometimes it's hard not to offend someone by saying you've got mental health issues. >> one of the striking things about this particular incident, it might have been one of the first if not the first time we've heard a female shooter involved in a mass shooting in this country in particular. so the profile of what we
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believe to be a mass shooter has definitely changed and evolved over the last couple years. >> as brandi mentioned earlier, we don't know if this is isis inspired. we do know with the paris attacks a couple weeks ago, there was a female involvement who detonated her suicide vest. you're seeing this becoming more of a tactic used in these type of situations. >> sad tactic. coming up in our next half-hour, how the events in san bernardino have affected the race for the white house and the debate over gun control. again coming to the forefront as the candidates react. first, the latest from southern california. a nation, a community desperately searching for answers. that picture there. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. a community desperately searching for answers. that picture there. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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we're back with our continuing coverage of the mass
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shooting in san bernardino. the effects of the massacre will be with us for quite some time. >> and even the people who survived the attacks or witnessed the chaos are going to be scarred emotionally. they've been talking to our station in southern california, kabc. here's some of that coverage. >> our daughter's in there. she texted us about 30 minutes ago and said that there was a shooter. she thought he had shot 10 to 20 people. >> she said the guy came in next to her office and i guess started shooting. >> shooting at my work, people shot in the office waiting for cops. [ siren ] >> but she's okay? >> pray for us. >> she just said that she was in a room. she locked herself up. there were shooters.
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>> i haven't been able to contact my boyfriend. he's in there. him and his brother. if you see this, brian, call me. let me know that you and your brother are okay. >> all of a sudden, boom, it was like right here. >> boom, boom, boom. >> they said they're on the loose. >> i was right behind the building and i heard all the shots. >> multiple shots. shots going off like crazy. just one right after the other. and as i came out, then we had seen a black suv flying down the street. what i saw looked like one guy was wearing military fatigue. >> so heartbreaking as you can imagine. one of the questions at a press conference that just took place to the police chief there was what do you want to tell the community. he says i want to tell the entire community we're working really hard to make sure they're save. the big relief the two suspects they believe behind this have been killed. they're not on the run. >> they are not on the run, but this investigation still has so many hours and days ahead of it, even at this hour, there
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died. a nation outraged at yet another senseless act of violence. the annual capital tree lighting ceremony becoming a cathartic moment. >> even in the darkest of times, god is there and he is good. >> the festivities planned for california's state capital tree lighting ceremony taking a subdued tone. governor jerry brown saying, "our thoughts and prayers are with the victims' families and everyone affected by the brutal attack." meanwhile politicians offering remorse, from hillary clinton, i refuse to accept this as normal. we must take action to stop gun violence now. in california, senator dianne feinstein attempted to ban assault weapons two years ago, "each time i see news of another mass shooting, i feel it in the pit of my stomach." and across the aisle, senator ted cruz who voted no on the assault weapon ban, our prayers are with the victims. byron pitts, abc news, new york. >> so many reactions coming from all over the place. a lot of people find today's
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daily news headline striking. take a look at this. it says, "god isn't fixing this," after showing many of the tweets from republican lawmakers saying our prayers are with the victims. you hear ted cruz saying, our prayers are with the victims. ron paul same thing. >> that almost seems like a reflexive response from folks in politics. people are kind of getting upset over why there isn't more action taken on capitol hill over gun regulations. this caught my eye. connecticut senator chris murphy saying your thoughts should be about steps to stop this carnage. your prayers should be forgiveness if you do nothing again. >> chris murphy has been a champion for gun control legislation. he met, of course, with the family of sandy hook, this being the deadliest mass shooting since sandy hook. his initial reaction to all of this was oh, god, not again. a lot of people saying that. >> a lot of people are saying that and worrying how this could
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[ gunfire ] [ gunfire ] this morning on "world news now," disbelief, grief and fear after the deadly california shooting ram wage. the unforgettable scenes, the human toll, the search for answers and the breaking developments overnight. >> including details just released about the suspects, their take-down and what led to the shootings. we'll take you live to san bernardino. and later, gun violence as a campaign issue. the presidential hopefuls address the emotional topic as they look for votes. it is thursday, december 4th. >> from abc news, this is "world news now." we do say good morning, everyone. i'm kendis gibson.
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>> i'm reena ninan. we want to get right to the breaking news in san bernardino, california. the latest mass shooting to rattle the nation. we're talking 14 lives lost in just a matter of minutes. >> the male and female suspects killed in the shoot-out with the police have been identified as syed farook and tashfeen malik, a couple in their late 20s, the parents of a 6-month-old baby. farook was a u.s. citizen and county employee. he allegedly left the training event being held at the social services center and returned and opened fire. matt gutman has more. >> reporter: lines of ambulances rushing to the scene, swat teams moving in wearing body armor approaching the massive complex, a center whose mission is to care for people with developmental disabilities. the scene of horror. 11:00 a.m., the first reports coming in. >> possible shots that were fired. we're getting a suspect, last seen wearing a all black clothing. carrying a shotgun. >> reporter: witnesses outside describing a barrage of bullets.
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>> all of a sudden, boom, it just -- it was like right here. >> boom, boom, boom. >> they said they're on the loose. >> i was right behind the building. and i heard all the shots. >> reporter: juan hernandez was staying at a hotel across the street. he came out when he heard the gunfire. >> shots going off like crazy, just one right after the other. and as i came out, then we had seen a black suv flying down the street. what i saw it looked like one guy was wearing military fatigue. > have a suspect dressed in camo, mask, helmet, kevlar. >> reporter: the law enforcement response massive. >> there's where they're running to. >> reporter: a nurse filming this video from inside the building. people evacuated with their hands in the air. getting patdowns to make sure attackers weren't blending in with the crowd. >> patted us down. checked our bag and i.d.s. >> reporter: and then 45 minutes after that first call, this chilling
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police radio dispatch. >> the suspects, possibly all three, fled in a black suv. >> these are people that came prepared that they were dressed and equipped in a way to indicate that they were prepared and they had -- they were armed with long guns. not handguns. >> reporter: families gathering at the scene getting text messages from loved ones. hearing every parent's worst nightmare, terry petit reading this message from his daughter locked in an office. >> shooting at my work. people shot. in the office waiting for cops. >> reporter: but she's okay? >> pray for us. >> reporter: frank waiting anxiously for his niece. he tells me they spoke on the phone. >> she said something about three shooters with machine guns. >> reporter: she was outside when it happened on her break and then what happened. >> they hit the floor and they ran inside to their manager's office and barricaded themselves. >> reporter: you seem pretty nervous right now.
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but she's okay, right? >> she's okay, but i just want to comfort her. >> this man's wife got out safely. they locked themself in her office. they seen bodies on the floor. >> reporter: glenn willwerth heard it all unfold. >> you can hear people yelling and screaming. >> reporter: a triage area set up at this intersection. the injured carried away on stretchers. police escorting evacuees to school buss. s.w.a.t. teams spent hours going door to door inside that large complex looking for victims and any explosives the attackers might have left behind. the scene still active hours later. authorities moving in to remove a suspicious device. >> one of those devices is believed to potentially be an explosive device. they're taking a very cautious slow approach to processing the building and rendering that safe. >> reporter: the killers and their motives still a mystery. >> i know one of the big questions that will come up repeatedly is, is this terrorism. i am still not willing to say
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that we know that for sure. we are definitely making some movements that it is a possibility. >> reporter: and if this wasn't terrorism with a big "t," then certainly this attack caused a tremendous amount of terror and fear in this community, and there are still those 14 families waiting to hear about the fate of their loved ones identities of those killed have not yet been released. matt gutman, abc news, san bernardino. >> so many unanswered questions at this hour. mainly about the suspects and their motives. >> our coverage continues live in san bernardino with abc's brandi hitt. what can you tell us? we know there's a press conference right now. what's the latest from investigators? >> reporter: reena and kendis, police are now identifying the two suspected gunmen as 27-year-old tashfeen malik and 28-year-old syed farook. officers say they were a couple, be either engaged or married. either engaged or married. they aren't quite sure right now. but that they planned this attack, at least that's what it appears.
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it was coordinated and well planned before they went into the building behind me. you can still see a large police presence here at this hour. officers are still going through the office building. within the last hour, we've heard three explosions. we were told they would be controlled explosions because they were concerned the couple may have left some sort of improvised explosives behind possibly. they've been going through the building and want to make sure it's deemed safe as the investigation continues. >> brandi, even at this early hour and several hours after this rampage took place, there are still several scenes right now police are investigating. what are they doing right now? >> reporter: this is one of three major police scenes we are in. this is where it all started with the shooting spree. when the shoot-out with authorities happened, it was only about two miles from where we are. that's another active scene. you saw that suv just riddled with bullets.
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officers surrounding it, making sure there weren't any suspects that were still at large. they originally thought there may be three gunmen. now officers confirmed they believe there were only two gunmen and both are dead. then there is a third search going on at a home five to six miles from where we are. it's believed that's where farook and malik lived together. authorities said that the home is in the name of farook but they're searching to make sure there may be evidence there that could help them determine a motive. that's obviously the big question. we've learned farook was a county employee. authorities say he was an environmental specialist. he was at this meeting but then left 30 minutes before the shooting spree began. >> brandi hitt live in san bernardino. we can hear the crews right behind her working through the clock. thank you so much. the victims of the rampage were honored last night before professional sports events in southern california. >> please join us as we observe a moment of silence for those who is lost their lives.
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>> that moment of silence held at the staples center in los angeles before the los angeles clippers tipped off against indiana. a moment of silence was also held before the anaheim ducks game in southern california, as well. >> do stay with abc news as we cover developments from san bernardino. just ahead, how gun violence has turned into a major campaign issue. >> let's turn our focus to other headlines. britain has launched its first air strikes against isis targets in syria following a long emotional debate in the house of commons which led to the air strikes being approved. british prime minister david cameron came out in strong support of the coalition air strikes. >> these terrorists are plotting to kill us and to radicalize our children right now. they attack us because of who we are, not because of what we do. >> cameron was backed by most members of his conservative party.
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opponents of the air strikes called them a reckless and half-baked intervention that will make little practical difference. in baltimore, the trial of a police officer accused in the death of freddie gray is under way. defense attorneys for officer william porter are disputing when gray was injured in the back of a police van. they claim officer porter asked gray if he needed medical attention while he was being driven to a police station. earlier prosecutors denied that saying that gray couldn't breathe. a manhunt is under way outside harrisburg, pennsylvania, for gunmen considered armed and dangerous. dash cam video shows 24-year-old trey jackson pulled over for a suspected dui, pulling out a gun and firing at officer lynn anderson several times before fleeing. officer anderson was not wounded. a $5,000 reward is offered for information leading to his capture. we have an update on that mystery in alaska. the newly elected mayor of
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juneau found dead in his home, a preliminary autopsy ruled out gunshots, drugs and even suicide. finding that mayor greg fisk died of natural causes, consistent with injuries from a fall. he was elected to the office in october. coming up, we're returning to our top story. the shooting rampage in southern california with the latest updates from police. also ahead, gun violence as a campaign issue. how the leading presidential candidates are speaking out on this difficult topic. and later, what experts on terrorism and violence are saying about the california rampage and the actions of police. >> you're watching "world news now." it seems that every year, we have to watch out for different types of germs. which is why it's important for your wipes to kill a broad spectrum of germs. lysol wipes kill 99.9% of germs, including 8 different types of cold and flu viruses. to help protect your family... lysol that.
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updating breaking updating breaking news right now, police identifying the suspects in that massacre at a conference center in san bernardino, california that left 14 people dead. they are syed farook and tashfeen malik. reportedly the parents of a 6-month-old boy. they were killed in a shoot-out with police hours after the rampage. farook was a county employee who apparently worked with the victims of the shooting. >> witnesses say he left the event early described as angry before he returned with assault rifle, semiautomatic handguns, even body armor. how remarkable how well armed he was. the police chief saying there was some level of planning involved. there was no way this happened at the last minute. >> very well planned. the mass shooting in california comes less than a week after the shooting at a planned parenthood
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in colorado springs. >> hillary clinton was discussing gun control in america as the scene was unfolding in san bernardino. donald trump weighing in, as well. here's abc's tom llamas. >> reporter: as some were shooting and others were dying in san bernardino, california, on the other side of the country with no knowledge yet of the massacre, hillary clinton happened to be talking about gun control. >> 90 americans a day die from gun violence. homicide, suicides, tragic avoidable accidents. 33,000 americans a year die. it is time for us to say, we're going to have comprehensive background checks. we're going to close the gun show loophole. >> once she learned of the shooting, clinton tweeting, "i refuse to accept this as normal. we must take action to stop gun violence now." the right to bear arms being
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pushed to the forefront of the campaign in the wake of the colorado, paris and now san bernardino shootings. on the republican side, front-runner donald trump thinks if more people were armed, there would be fewer fatalities during mass shootings. making his point this way. >> and when you look though at what took place in paris and they said move over, boom, move over, boom, nobody, nobody could protect themselves. and so we have to really cherish and protect our second amendment. and i will be the best at it, believe me. >> reporter: the republican front-runner tweeting, california shooting looks very bad. good luck to law enforcement. and god bless. this is when our police are so appreciated. another top republican presidential candidate weighing in, dr. ben carson calling this a hate crime. when asked why he would classify it with so little known about the shooting, it appears he was talking on a symbolic level saying you don't do that to people you love. tom llamas, abc news, california. >> more coverage from southern california in a moment. >> "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. >> "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations.
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we're back with the latest from the m we're back with the latest from the mass shooting in san bernardino. at least 14 dead. the suspects now identified. >> as the authorities track them down, their chase ending in a standoff. abc's byron pitts has more. >> reporter: around 3:00 p.m.
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this afternoon, a massive manhunt for up to three armed gunmen, california came to a head. >> we are in pursuit of the suspect vehicle. we've got shots fired out the back window. >> reporter: our affiliate, kabc, on the scene hovering above this black suv that the authorities had been searching for for three hours. >> multiple shots fired. >> reporter: windows blown out. the front door ajar and police crouching at a safe distance away. but this was the shoot-out our cameras missed that this neighbor captured on his phone. [ gunshots ] >> what sounds like fireworks is a fire fight. a body lying in the street feet away, that black suv riddled with bullets. one suspect still inside. as police run into position, single file up across the lawn. five minutes later, two armored vehicles approach the suv from both sides. >> you basically box a person in. so with the car in the front, a car in the back and many times
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one on the side, there's no place for the car to go. >> reporter: followed by a vehicle called a tack cat, armed with a shield. >> the whole point of armored vehicles in a law enforcement setting is exactly how they use this particular event where you take the vehicles and you use them as cover to protect you from obviously other firearms or potentially other explosives. >> reporter: officers cautiously approaching, but it appears the suspect inside is already dead. two suspects dead at the scene. one male, one female, both armed with assault rifles and handguns and dressed in what police described as dark tactical gear. >> they were dressed in kind of assault style clothing. i think is probably the best way to term it. >> reporter: but all afternoon, authorities have been looking
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for up to three suspects. [ siren ] one person of interest was seen fleeing the scene. >> i don't have information on who that is yet, and we do not know if they were involved. it's possible they were not. >> reporter: police detained a third suspect after receiving reports of someone jumping a fence. the fbi raiding this home in that redlands neighborhood using a robot to sweep the department. >> there's been discussions all day about potential explosives. even the police chief mentioned there might be a pipe bomb at the initial crime scene. keeping that in mind, you want to make sure you're not walking into a booby-trap. if you send a robot in, if it triggers something no one else is harmed. it gives you the opportunity to send it in and then it can be your eyes and ears inside the house. and once you feel like that it's sufficiently cleared at least maybe the first floor of that residence, then you make a tactical entry. >> reporter: byron pitts, abc news, new york. >> what a day in america. a lot of those events playing out on live television yesterday. >> absolutely. we are going to be back with a
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i am for what happened today. i mean, condolences to the people who lost their life. i'm very sad that people lost their life and there's victims out there. i wish speedy recovery to them and again, i am in shock that something like this could happen. that's all i have. i hope everybody understands and everybody get recover much faster whatever victims are there. i spoke to about a week ago with him. i have no idea why would he do that. why would he do something like this. i have absolutely no idea. i am in shock myself. >> and even some of his co-workers shocked, as well. one saying that this was a guy who was living "the american dream," even describing him as a quiet person in the office.
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>> we often hear that after these incidents. so many people reacting to this over the last few hours including the sandy hook promise. it's been about three years since that massacre in sandy hook. they released a statement saying the time to act is now. shootings at this frequency are not normal. >> and amy schumer saying this is absolutely heartbreaking. all my love to everyone in san bernardino, especially the first responders. those shootings must stop. >> her reaction is of note. as you'll recall, one of the mass shootings this year took place during the screening for her movie "trainwreck" in june in lafayette, louisiana, three killed there. >> a lot of people wonder, we saw one of the victims -- one of the accused who was shot today was a woman and believe it or not, the fbi says from 2000 to 2013, there were 160 active shooters, six of them were women. >> these terms active shooter and shelter in place, now part
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of everyday language. >> new normal that nobody wants
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making news in america this morning, another mass shooting. chaos, anguish and anger. >> she just said that she was in a room. she locked herself up. there were shooters. >> a man and a woman dressed for battle terrorizing a california city. >> they hit the floor and then they ran inside to their manager's office and barricaded themselves. >> opening fire at an office holiday banquet. >> then all of a sudden, boom, it just was like right here. >> boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom. >> the well-planned attack ending in a gunfight with police. [ gunfire ] >> oh, my gosh. >> new details about the suspects just released. plus, reaction from the president and what we know about the victims.

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