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good morning, america. the northeast hit by the first major snowstorm of the season. a foot of snow already falling. more on the way. wind gusts up to 50 miles an hour. and temperatures plunging from chicago to florida as millions prepare to hit the road for thanksgiving, a new holiday travel warning this morning. breaking right now. a massive manhunt. four police officers shot from st. louis to san antonio. overnight, a cop attacked while driving a squad car, and a 20-year veteran gunned down while writing a traffic ticket. >> i have an officer down in front of headquarters. >> the desperate search for the shooters. president trump closes in on new cabinet picks. 21 meetings in two days. an announcement about secretary of defense is imminent. as trump picks a fight with hollywood, slamming "snl." and the cast of broadway's big
hit, "hamilton" for calling out the vice president-elect. overnight, trump becomes a target of the amas. >> i love my husband, president barack obama. >> as the stars take the stage on music's big night. bruno mars making magic at the american music awards. >> selena gomez! >> and selena gomez with a powerful return to the spotlight. >> if you are broken, you do not have to stay broken. ♪ >> ariana grande walking away a big winner. >> ariana grande! >> oh! >> we've got what you didn't see from music's hottest night. and we do say good morning, america, on this monday morning. it was an exciting night at the american music awards. a lot of amazing performances. bruno mars really firing up
fans, and as you can imagine, the show also got political. some stars taking on the president-elect. >> not holding back at all. no tweets from the president-elect on that yet. but he did take on "hamilton" and "saturday night live" over the weekend. he was also hard at work. you see mitt romney, his former rival right there. soul talk about him for secretary of state as the president-elect fills out his cabinet. we'll have more on that coming up. first, the winter blast. cold temperatures stretching from chicago down to florida. and here in new york, major snow piling up near watertown. ginger is in syracuse. she has the latest on that. good morning, ginger. it and cold. >> oh, good morning, george. it's 27. but it feels like 13 in what looks like a picturesque downtown syracuse. you say, oh, this is nice. if you are walking around. until you get to the 8 to 12 inches of widespread snow. some places, 30-plus inches. look at this. we're kicking off winter right. and it's not done yet. >> reporter: winter is coming with a vengeance.
shocking cold, whipping winds and whiteout conditions. more than 2 feet of snow and counting in parts of central new york. >> i went to bed, i woke up, it was a winter wonderland. >> reporter: slick roads and frigid temperatures in ohio. blamed for this 40-car pileup sunday night, and this inferno in new jersey sparked after high winds downed power lines. a similar scene over the weekend in northern michigan. downed power lines sparking a fire that engulfed two cars. that punishing winter weather. >> whoo, we got a whiteout! look at this. >> pushing across the northeast. >> reporter: a gateway for the snow band to set up right behind it. >> got about four inches of snow. as you can see, still coming down. >> reporter: turning roads in new york into icy parking lots. with traffic and us struggling to keep moving. still on the interstate 81, right in the heart of this lake-effect snow band. we're actually if the lighter part. a long line of cars. still going about 25 on the highway.
the hardest hit areas could get another 6 to 12 inches. you guys, these roads are ridiculously bad. we were trying to get here last night. it felt like when i was studying meteorology in indiana. strong lake-effect bands. they are going to keep going. look at this lake-effect snow advisorie advisories, and wind advisories down to virginia. you can see where the heart of the lake-effect snow and winter storm warnings are there. how much more on top of the 10 to 30 inches already on the ground? another 6 to 12. then we have to talk about the cold. because that is not just reserved for the northeast. already feeling this morning in tallahassee, subfreezing. so yes it feels like a winter blast not just there, but a lot of places, george. i'm getting blasted here downtown with 20 to 30-mile-per-hour gusts. >> i can tell. the big question on everybody's mind, packing up their cars for holiday travel. what will it mean? >> the holiday travel. the forecast. that one storm digging in from the southwest moves in. if you are anywhere from dallas up to the midwest, minnesota and parts of iowa, severe storms along the cold front in dallas.
then on wednesday, 5:00 a.m., if you're out of o'hare, something to watch. >> not just cars. air travel as well. you have more on that. everyone is watching the winter blast as they get ready to travel for the holidays. aaa expecting a million more travelers than last year. and a major airport strike could create chaos. abc's david kerley has more from new york's laguardia airport. good morning, david. >> reporter: morning, robin. we're four days into the thanksgiving travel system, and we have already seen problems. in fact, i was delayed four hours yesterday getting to new york because of wind, not snow. and then as you mentioned, a possible strike in chicago. these are contracted cabin cleaners. they clean the jet cabins. they are threatening to strike. i'm told by the airlines they'll bring in nonunion workers if there is a strike. they don't expect delays. as you mentioned, driving is the big way people will get around. wednesday through sunday. 43.5 million americans expected to hit the road. that's 800,000 more.
that's the highest level in nearly a decade, robin. >> as i said before, if you're heading to the airport, pack a lot of patience. you're going to need it. thank you, david. we move on now to the latest in the trump transition. the president-elect worked all through the weekend with job-seekers, and other visitors lining up at his new jersey golf course. more announcements coming soon, and our david wright reports from trump tower here in manhattan. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, george. the white house in waiting is back here on fifth avenue after that whirlwind of meetings. some major announcements expected as soon as today. at the trump national golf club all weekend, a revolving door. 21 meetings in two days. the potential jobseekers auditioning like contestants on "the apprentice." >> we're going to have a great day. great people coming. you'll see. great people. >> reporter: there were familiar faces and newcomers, too. trump seemed especially impressed by retired general james mattis, former leader of
the central demand, and he's now thought to be a front-runner for secretary of defense. >> all i can say is he is the real deal. >> reporter: trump tweeting that general james "mad dog" mattis, who is being considered for secretary of defense, was very impressive today. a true general's general. trumps a meeting with former foe, mitt romney, saturday got lots of attention, but not firm commitments. vice president-elect pence said romney is under active consideration. >> i know the president-elect was quite grateful that mitt romney came here. to trump national, and spent some time and willing to be considered for this important role at an important time in the lifetime of our nation. >> reporter: the president-elect met with one of the owners of the chicago cubs. and hollywood super-agent ari emmanuel. ♪ i'm thinking past tomorrow trump also spared time this weekend to take on the broadway hit musical, "hamilton" for the cast shoutout at the curtain call to the vice president-elect there in the audience.
>> we, sir, we are the diverse america who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us. our planet. [ cheers and applause ] our children. >> reporter: trump called the show overrated and demanded an apology for, quote, their terrible behavior to mike pence. pence said he enjoyed the show. >> i wasn't offended by what was said. i'll leave to others whether that was the appropriate venue. to say it. >> reporter: "saturday night live" taking an opportunity for a laugh. >> i heard you went to see "hamilton." how was that? >> it was good. i got a free lecture. >> i heard they booed you. >> absolutely. >> reporter: trump's transition so far is a bit of a break with tradition. normally the vetting process is shrouded in secrecy. but trump's is a bit more like speed dating. that said, he has promised to be a different sort of president, and the decisions and discussions are taking place behind closed doors, george. >> he's doing it his way. david wright, thank you. more on this from martha raddatz and cokie roberts. martha, let me begin with you.
the president-elect leaned in to general james mattis, "mad dog" mattis as a possible secretary of defense. what can you tell us about him? >> well, it's no wonder donald trump is impressed with jim matt mattis. they share a lot of the same views about the military and foreign policy. since retiring in 2013, mattis has been critical of defense cuts, of announcing draw-downs in afghanistan in advance, and the u.s. de -- detention policy, along with our approach to fi t fighting radical jihadists. saying we have not been clear about defining or dealing with terrorists. but he is beloved by troops, the kind of general that would take christmas duty watch so younger marines with families could enjoy the holidays. women in the military may have issues with where he stands on women in combat. and if he is nominated by president-elect trump, he would have to get a congressional waiver because you have to be out of uniform for seven years to serve as defense secretary. >> someone else who might need a waiver. general david petraeus.
mentioned as a possible secretary of state. also mitt romney, rudy giuliani. three individuals, and three very different messages. >> very different messages, george. we don't know a lot about what happened in there with mitt romney. as for david petraeus, i'm not sure he's under active consideration. but there was another general who recommended that trump look at him. but all very different views on things. >> in the meantime, cokie roberts, the president-elect facing more questions about his business and possible conflicts after that meeting with some indian developers who have real estate interest with donald trump earlier this week. president obama talked about that yesterday in peru, and the president-elect under some pressure from members of congress as well on this front. >> and from ethics officers of republican as well as democratic administrations saying he's got to do something about these business interests. president obama said he put all of his holdings in treasury bonds and basically said to his staff, if it sounds like fun, don't do it.
but -- and pointed out that they have not been any scandals in his administration so far. donald trump's going to have a real problem here. he criticized hillary clinton for her foundation getting contributions from foreign companies, foreign countries. the foundation at least was doing good around the world. in this case, it would be a question of somebody trying to do business to try to get some sort of special favors from the government. that could be very, very dicey. >> okay, cokie roberts, martha raddatz, thank you very much. cokie, you'll be back. to talk about that "hamilton" feud coming up, but we're moving on now. breaking news overseas. authorities arresting at least seven people in a terror raid, concerned they were plotting an attack in france. our senior justice correspondent, pierre thomas, is here in the studio with us. what do you know here, pierre? >> reporter: robin, again, seven to eight people, afghan, french, and of moroccan descent.
the concern was they were perhaps going to target a christmas celebration. perhaps a christmas market. in strasbourg. something that could play out similar to what we saw last year in paris. horrific attack. >> yes, indeed. with the holiday season coming. a lot of americans travel abroad. any threats or concerns? >> there's still that worldwide travel alert for americans, particularly in europe. here at home, no specific credible threat, but last week, officials did take note of isis talking about attacks during the holiday season. >> we have to keep an eye on that. thank you. here at home, a series of violent attacks against police officers overnight. four officers targeted. in san antonio, an officer was executed in a traffic stop. police are searching for this car right there. abc's kayna whitworth has the latest. >> reporter: overnight, a manhunt intensifying. san antonio police searching for a suspect they say killed detective benjamin marconi, a 20-year veteran of the force who was sitting in his patrol vehicle just outside police headquarters.
authorities say while he was writing a traffic ticket, this car pulled up behind him. a man getting out and shooting detective marconi twice in the head through the passenger side window. >> i've got an officer down in front of headquarters. >> reporter: the 50-year-old father of two rushed to the hospital where he passed away. >> most families would be celebrating the holidays. s.a.p.d. will be burying one of its own because of an ultimate act of cowardice by a suspect who will be caught and brought to justice. >> reporter: authorities releasing these images of possible witnesses, asking them to come forward, and overnight in st. louis, another ambush. an officer shot twice in the face while he was still wearing his seat belt. his weapon holstered. >> the officer says he saw the muzzle flashes and felt the floos glass breaking in his window as the shots came through and struck him in the head. >> reporter: the unidentified married father of three in critical but stable condition. after a city-wide manhunt, the police and the suspect exchanging gunfire. the alleged shooter killed by authority. >> this just shows the dangers
of policing, not only here in st. louis, but around the country. >> reporter: over the weekend, two more shootings, in florida and missouri. two police officers shot during traffic stops. both recovering. the manhunt continues here in san antonio where all police officers will be doing traffic stops in pairs until the situation is resolved. george. >> serious situation there. now to amy with today's other top stories. a protest that turned into a riot? >> that's right. a very tense standoff turned violent overnight near the site of the north dakota oil pipeline project. about 400 protesters tried to push their way onto a bridge, lighting about a dozen fires there and using slingshots to fire rocks at police. the officers fired back with water cannons in those freezing temperatures. they also used tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse the crowd. one officer was injured. one protester has been arrested.
welling -- well, there are new claims this morning that chemical weapons are being used to attack civilians in syria. the latest reported victims include a family in aleppo. meanwhile, surveillance video showing an air strike hitting a children's hospital. all hospitals in eastern aleppo are now destroyed. leaving 250,000 residents to suffer. and some frightening moments from passengers on this flight in europe. take a look as heavy winds rock that plane while it approached amsterdam's airport. it appeared to get pushed sideways and then aborted the landing at the last minute before trying again. well, there was something amiss in the nfl after an embarrassing record on sunday. kickers missed 12 extra points. these kicks after touchdowns used to be automatic until last year when the league made them 13 yards longer. finally, football may be a religion to some fans, but that concept take ton a whole -- taken to a whole new level. look at a church in dallas.
they agreed to put the cowboys game on the projection screen behind the pulpit during service on sunday. the cowboys have the best record in the league this season. and maybe those churchgoers believed divine intervention had something to do with it. but guess what? it was a full house, so the church made the right call, and the cowboys won, 27-17. >> if you could see the reaction of the crew members. are you kidding -- oh, okay. >> i saw your reaction. this is robin. >> but they're there. they're in church. they get to watch football, too. i guess it's a win-win. all right. the latest now on that murder in manhattan where two men have been charged in connection with killing a 26-year-old man. they're due to appear in court today. abc's linzie janis has more. >> reporter: this morning, the two suspects in the brutal slaying of 26-year-old joey comunale are being held on $3 million bond each. set to head to court later today where they could be charged with second degree murder. >> to do something like this
to -- an animal, let alone a human being, is just heinous. >> reporter: overnight, one of the suspects, james rackover, the surrogate son of a prominent manhattan jeweler, denying any involvement in the murder. telling the new york daily news, i have no reason to hurt this kid. i have never hurt anyone. i have never killed anyone. i didn't do this. but police disagree. they believe comunale went to this luxury manhattan high-rise with 25-year-old rackover, 28-year-old larry dilione, and three women after meeting them at a nightclub. according to investigators, comunale left the high-rise to help all three women into a cab, then re-entered the building when police say, he was murdered. >> he was stabbed 15 times in the chest area. and also, there is an effort to burn his body. a very disturbing crime scene. >> reporter: police believe the victim's body was removed from the apartment where rackover lives on this blood-stained luggage cart.
comunale's body later found in a shallow grave in new jersey, 55 miles away. >> james, why did you kill him? >> reporter: meanwhile, a grieving father is waiting for justice to be served. >> these guys need to pay for their actions. >> reporter: the two suspects have so far only been charged with crimes in connection with the murder, such as tampering with physical evidence, but prosecutors say one or both men will eventually be charged with second-degree murder. robin? >> so sad, thank you. back to ginger in syracuse. ginger? >> that's right. 24 hours left of lake-effect snow in this region. but you have to see this video from u of m over the weekend. so many people watching college football, and the football players taking advantage. doing some snow angels on the field. the cheerleaders getting in on the act. everybody starting to enjoy this first hit of winter. let's get to the select cities brought to you by macy's.
good morning, i'm abc 7 news meteorologist mike nicco. it is chilly and foggy in some spots. mostly sunny this afternoon. three chances of rain and tree sierra snows so be careful heading to the high country. i've posted the best times on social media. upper 50s at coast, low to mid-60s for the rest of us. and then tonight with mostly clear conditions and fog forming, low to upper 40s. my accuweather seven-day forecast, three storms, all of them light on the >> you saw some snow at your place. >> several inches. i felt very -- holiday.
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good monday morning, i'm natasha zouves from abc 7 mornings. let's get over to alexis smith with a look at traffic. >> good morning. and we did just have a pretty serious crash in the south bay. i'll take you down so southbound 101 before blossom hill road, it is off to the shoulder but we had a toyota go underneath a semi and the roof was taken off. so really a scary situation. it sounds like there is one person with injuries involved why that but again no longer blocking. and san francisco bay ferry, if you leave from 8:00 a.m., vallejo, that departure not happening due to mechanical issues and replaced by bus
good monday morning, fog is the big story, especially across the north bay and our in land east bay hills an valley where's it is more patchy. less than a quarter of a mile in petaluma toward fairfield. fog will fade until 9:00. and this is the way it looks in san rafael, how dangerously low the visibility is. clouds linger this afternoon, mostly sunny and temperatures in the upper 50s to near 60. by 7:00, low to mid-50s. so grab a coat. my accuweather seven-day forecast, light on the storm impact scale. tomorrow night through wednesday morning and black friday and traveling again on sunday, natasha, it will snow in the sierra at the same times. >> coming up, the latest on president-elect trump's clash with hollywood, that is next on gma. we'll have another update in about 30 minutes and always on our abc 7 news app as well. remember you could join reggie, mike, alexis, jessica and me
made with fresh milk and real cream. makes your recipes their holiday favorites. the holidays are made with philly. big plan. big plan. google, what is isis? [ laughter ] oh, my. 59 million results. >> alec baldwin back as donald trump. the president-elect not so amused with that "saturday night live." we'll have a lot more on that coming up. it's not donald trump's only feud right now with the entertainment world. >> he is slamming them and hollywood. we'll have much more on that in a moment. also right now. president-elect trump is holding a series of high-profile meetings there today as he prepares to make more cabinet announcements. former texas governor rick perry is expected to meet with him. and millions are facing a winter whiteout from the first major snowstorm of the season.
more than a foot of snow piling up in the northeast, and more is on the way. as millions, of course, get ready to travel for thanksgiving. it was a great night at the american music awards. a lot of exciting performances, and lara, you have more on the speech everyone is talking about. >> i do. selena gomez, making her first appearance since she put her career on hold a few months ago. she won a big award. she spoke out so powerfully about how she is overcoming her struggles, an incredible reaction from everyone, and we'll have more on that coming up in a moment. george. >> it was a moment. the hosts took on the president-elect donald trump. this comes after that twitter war with the cast of "hamilton." and as we talked about, alec baldwin of "saturday night live." chris connelly has the back and forth. ♪ >> reporter: the amas became the latest platform for members of the entertainment community to vocalize concerns about a donald trump presidency. >> i love my husband, president
barack obama, and our children, sasha and malia. >> reporter: over the weekend, taking in those words. from actor brandon victor dixon, who addressed pence from the stage. >> we hope this show has inspired you to uphold our american values and work on behalf of all of us. >> it was important we did this, and i'm glad we had the opportunity, and i'm so glad he stayed. he stayed and listened. >> reporter: sending trump to twitter. the cast and producers of "hamilton", which i hear is highly overrated should immediately apologize to mike pence. also taking to "snl" again.
>> google, what is isis? >> reporter: kate mckinnon plays a filled with regret kellyanne conway. >> i wouldn't be president without you. >> i think about that every day. >> reporter: raising the real trump's ire. i watched parts of "saturday night live" last night. it is a totally one-sided, biased show. nothing funny at all. equal time for us? baldwin responded. with a flurry of several tweets offering the president-elect advice. there is no more equal time. now you try to be president and people respond. that's pretty much it. the actor finally ending with, i could go on. you want more advice, call me. i'll be at "snl." criticism is a first amendment right. though it's had its consequences. >> just so you know, we're ashamed of the president of the united states. >> reporter: with that fateful line in 2003, the dixie chicks were abandoned by country music radio. with president george w. bush weighing in. >> they can say what they want to say. just because -- they shouldn't have their feelings hurt just because people don't want to buy their records.
>> let's get more on this right now. cokie roberts is back, along with michael wolff. whose interview with stephen bannon is in the latest issue of "the hollywood reporter." and michael, let me begin with you. the campaign is over b y, but t culture war isn't going anywhere. >> i think it will get more intense. more fun for everyone in some sense. >> fun? >> it's certainly fun for the president. i think that's exactly what's going on there. he is -- he is baiting the immediate kb media, and the media responds just as he knows it will respond. >> that would suggest, cokie roberts, that it's not going to stop. more donald trump, even if some of his advisers want him to. >> oh, i think he's not going to stop. it's clear that he's going to keep up these tweets. but, honestly, it does show that he is thin-skinned. and, you know, back to vaughn meader, on ed sullivan's show imitating jack kennedy, we have had comedians imitating
presidents, and how presidents handle it, really gives you some sense of who they are. george bush bringing dana carvey in to do his imitation of george bush. i always thought george w. bush was very lucky that will ferrell retired from ask t"saturday nig live" just before his presidency began. it goes with the territory, and donald trump has to understand that, because otherwise, he looks petty. >> he's going after hollywood. going after his opponents. yet steve bannon, his chief strategist, has deep ties in hollywood. also, yesterday, he met yesterday with ari emanuel, perhaps one of the biggest agents in hollywood. >> i think the president-elect has deeper ties into the media industry than any president, well, since reagan and kennedy. this is -- and i don't think it's thin skin. i think this is very calculated. >> you think it's strategic? >> this is the campaign he played. he is the president, in part, because he ran against the media, and i think from his
point of view, it's let's keep doing what works. and cokie, perhaps he doesn't mind having people talk about this. >> i'm sure he likes it a lot. i think running against the media is one thing, however, and getting touchy about comedians is something else, and the "hamilton," question is i think relevant. i think vice president-elect pence handled that very well. said he liked the show and he was not at all insulted. said to his kids that when he was booed, that's the sound of freedom, and, you know, the booing makes me uncomfortable. i think it's rude, but i think the statement from the stage was completely appropriate because that's what theater is all about. it is a -- live theater is a place where ideas are batted around and confrontations exist. >> it's given people plenty to talk about. cokie roberts, and mike wolff. thank you very much. and watch "the view" today.
at 11:00 a.m. eastern. brandon victor dixon, the "hamilton" actor who made the speech, will be on. what's coming up on the big board? i'll tell you what's coming up on the big board. dutchess sarah ferguson's bombshell decision. she's filing a million-dollar lawsuit over an undercover sting by a newspaper. plus, before you hit the skies for the holiday, we have all seen videos like this. is a rage on the rise? the incident that got 41 people kicked off a plane. we're back in just two minutes. kicked off a plane. we're back in just two minutes.
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undercover reporter. dan, many people remember this. 2010, she was asked about her ex-husband at the time, prince andrew, and if she would gain access to him. and this is what she said. >> on to the next thing. 500,000 pounds when you can to me. open doors. >> it would be prince andrew? >> yeah. >> is that a deal? >> yeah. >> the handshake saying pretty much, i'll get you prince andrew. you get me money. this was years ago. why are we just hearing about it now? >> it was an embarrassing moment for her. the reason now is that reporter you see there, known in britain as the fake sheikh, because he would go undercover as a fake sheikh, is now serving time. in connection with one of his stings, he got into big trouble. alleged to have tampered with a witness. and so now you have a flood of other people coming forward, and finally getting their chance to get bask get back at this guy.
this guy's been one of the most feared and reviled people for celebrities in england. and so now they view this as their opportunity to finally try to sue and get back. >> how strong of a case is it? rupert murdoch's lawyers say it's defective and embarrassing. >> here in the united states, there would be no case. right? you see her on tape. there's no case. it would be a no-brainer. as long as there was no other violation of law. in england, they're willing more to evaluate the quality of the journalism. part of the lawsuit talks about the way it was edited. that it was misleading and it misrepresented what actually happened. sorts of things you would never see in a lawsuit here. >> we have seen lawsuits here against the media have been succeeding. >> they have. they have. this one wouldn't in the united states. >> dan, thank you very much. up next, new warnings about air rage. as the holiday travel season kicks into high gear. we have the latest incident. 41 passengers -- excuse me. removed from a brussels flight over the weekend. david kerley back with more on that. and david, are these incidents actually on the rise, or are we
seeing more thanks to smartphones? >> you know, george stephanopoulos. you're a smart man. i have the statistics to say that you are actually right. there are fewer incidents than there used to be. but this one overseas, i have never heard anything like this. 41 people taken off an aircraft at the same time. they were all from the same group. and it's rare. usually, it's one or two people. enough to i have the numbers here for you. over the last five years in the united states, we had 183 incidents down to 150, down to 145, down to 103, and then this year, halfway through the year, only 31 incidents. so yes, there are fewer, but we hear a lot more about them, george. >> and david, i know this is shocking. but alcohol may have played a role. i'm no expert here. but that is what they're saying. and now people are saying, should alcohol be banned on flights? >> there's always talk about that. yes, alcohol was involved with some of the 41 taken off board. this is the big issue. airlines, it's a revenue stream for them.
but they also don't want an unsafe situation inside the cockpit. it's been tried before. flight attendants try to limit people. like, haven't you had enough? sometimes that's led to unruly passengers. it can be a bad mix. >> good luck on the ban. >> good luck with that. sometimes flying leads you to drinking. i like your travel outfit. very chic. i like that, dave. good look. good look. >> thank you. appreciate it. going to get on a plane now. no to an alarm ing new stud about kids and junk food. the american pediatrics found children exposed to food advertisements consumed more calories even when they were not hungry. dr. jen ashton will weigh in on this. what are the indications, jen? >> here's the thing. this study found an association between what young children, preschool kids do, in this case, watching tv with food ads, and then what they consume. in this case, highly palatable
foods. which is code nutrition speak for high-calorie, high-sugar, low-nutrient. this is about increased cued eating. and can what kids see prime the pump for behaviors later on that lead to weight gain. it's impossible to avoid these ads. this is very concerning. >> so what should parents do? >> well, look. first, as a mom, i remember these days. you are in control of what your preschool child watches or doesn't watch. you want to leverage that while you still can. you can't control a 15-year-old as easily. then, as a doctor, i think this study brings up again that mind-body connection. we know there's a part of the brain that gets really lit up when we eat high-sugar foods. and that pathway can be established very early in life, so remember that connection. and lastly, as a nutritionist, i learned, and this bears repeating, put that living color on your plate. don't watch it on the screen. the more color your children eat, the better your diet is. >> good advice. >> thank you.
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♪ i don't want to know know know know who's taking you home i love you so so so ♪ ♪ the way i used to love now now with the american music awards. maroon 5 and kendrick lamar's performance of "don't want to know" was one of the big highlights of the awards show. lara, you have everything else? >> amy, the american music awards showcased the biggest stars. the weeknd, justin bieber, bruno mars, just to name a few. it was an icon from another generation who brought the house down. ♪ ♪ guess who's back again
>> reporter: bruno mars kicked off the amas with his 24-karat magic. ♪ tell me what's that sound >> reporter: while the biebs begged the crowd to let me love you. ♪ don't you give up i won't give up ♪ ♪ let me love you let me love you ♪ >> reporter: and fans happily obliging his requests. ♪ every breath you take and every move you make every bond you break every step you take i'll be watching you ♪ >> reporter: sting on hand to receive a lifetime achievement award. delighted young and old alike with a medley of career-spanning hits. ♪ i hope that someone gets my i hope that someone gets my i hope that someone gets my message in a bottle ♪ >> reporter: selena gomez accepting the award for favorite pop rock female artist, her
first public appearance since taking a break from the spotlight last august. >> if you are broken, you do not have to stay broken. ♪ i should give you up can't no because i ♪ >> reporter: and ariana grande rocking the stage, taking home the biggest award of the night, artist of the year. ♪ hello ♪ you got me working side to side ♪ >> reporter: she is good. one of the big surprises of the night was the winner of a top soundtrack award. which went to, prince's "purple rain" 30 years after it was released in 1984. it brought home an ama all those years ago. it was eligible again this year because it had so many sales following the death of prince in april. his sister accepted the award on his behalf. and new music from prince coming. we're hearing. >> lots more. >> a lot more. we have a lot more from the red carpet. >> we do. >> we have all the behind the scenes of the amas as well.
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and back here on "good morning america," i'm in syracuse. the snow globe that is syracuse. but i wanted to bring you some of the picks from other regions. minnesota. on superior. parts of minnesota, the chill or the actual temperature got to 7. this video out of lake superior, waves, 20 feet. wow. okay, so the other thing i wanted to share with you was a look at this travel forecast. we have a region you have to be careful for. the thunderstorms in the southeast. moving up to northeast. and the midwest as well. most of the i-95 corridor remains dry. all right. let's get all of that, of course -- i'm sorry. let's get to your local weather and news brought to you right now.
and good morning, i'm natasha zouves from abc 7 mornings. meteorologist mike nicco has a quick look at your forecast before you head out of the door. >> still dangerously low visible from solano county through the north bay counties. and over the coast. it will start lifting at 6:00. mostly sunny with low to mid-60s. check out the accuweather seven-day forecast, three storms this weekend, all one, light on the storm impact scale. alexis. >> i have a live look at the fog. especially in san rafael. we've been talking about it all morning. here is 101. you can't see much. slow down and drive for conditions. a quick check of drive times. the maze, under an hour and not as bad across the bay bridge and to the airport, just 19 minutes. and back stage at the american music awards. all of the stars and all of the fashion and the political statements as well.
good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. the first major snowstorm of the season barrels east. temperatures dropping across the country. as record numbers of americans get ready to hit the road for the holiday. kate gosselin under fire. facing brand-new questions her son colin now in treatment, her relationship to her ex-husband, jon, and the answer to this question. >> what's harder, toddlers or teenagers. and the amas. from one direction to rachel platten. backstage one on one with tim mcgraw. sfljts and get ready for a slam dunk thanksgiving. ayesha curry revealing her best
dishes. and she's saying -- >> good morning, america. >> it's wonderful to have ayesha here. she's helping us count down thanksgiving. oh, that mac and cheese. >> these are ones her daughters and her husband love. also here, jess. he's here with big fans who want to say hello. jess, take it away. >> it's not warm. it's about 6 degrees with the wind chill. we have some friends that have braved the weather. all they want to do is wave and say hi to george. you ready, one, two, three. >> all: hi, george. >> george, you're a superstar. >> thank you, guys. the big story this morning, police under attack. four officers shot in four cities. one of them did not survive. detective benjamin marconi, father of two, was killed while writing a traffic ticket in san antonio. the shooter got away after
pulling up behind marconi and opening fire through the window. an officer in st. louis is in critical condition while being shot in the face while sitting in his car. that suspect killed by police. and two other officers in until until and missouri recovering. authorities in france have arrested seven people in anti-trifl raids in two maj majoritimajorit cities. 43 people have been arrested if h raids in france this month. back here in this country, the first major snowstorm of the season has moved into the northeast, making a mess of hoods and airports. it's blamed for two deaths and hundreds of car crashes. part of upstate new york could get more than two feet of snow. ginger zee is in the thick of it in syracuse. ginger, good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning to you, amy. central new york. we're just kicking around probably about a foot already. that's in downtown syracuse. places that already have 30
inches. look at the lake-effect snow warnings and advisories, wind advisories. wind gusts are from 30 to 40 miles per hour. they could reach 50 by this afternoon. not just the wind. the visibilities on the roads. if you don't need to travel, be very, very safe if you have to get on the roads. getting here was so difficult. getting out will be even worse. amy? >> we appreciate you reporting there for us. thank you so much. and president-elect donald trump is back at trump power after a weekend as his golf club crammed with more than 20 meetings. trump met with chris christie and rudy giuliani, still a contender for secretary of state. after sitting down with mitt romney, the campaign says mitt romney is also up for secretary of state. trump also fired off tweets criticizing the cast of the broadway show, "hamilton" for con fronting mike pence in the audience. we now know the future first lady will not move into the
white house right away. melania trump and their 10-year-old son, barron, will stay in new york until the end of the school year. a popular toy pulled from the shelves in toys "r" us us. a couple bought a tonka 12-volt truck for their dprand son. it caught fire on the way home. they're working to investigation. you do not have to be a basketball fan to admire this shot. take a look at this group of guys. yep, trying to set the world record for the highest basketball shot standing on top of a dam in switzerland 590 feet high. and you know what? nothing but net. derek couldn't see whether it went in until he saw his friends going nuts. according to this video, they claim they did that with just three tries. >> oh, come -- >> i'm telling yo. >> yeah, yeah. >> it's better to be lucky than good, right?
>> it could go all the way, good. >> that's cool. >> that's like robin roberts back this the day. >> oh, yeah. nothing but net. >> but the bottom of the net. >> three tries. or 3,000. >> you get one try for "pop news." let's do it. prince william speaking out. talking about the challenges of parenthood in an interview with talk vietnam. discussing life with prince george and princess charlotte. >> i've struggled at times. um, the alteration from being a single, independent man to going into marriage and then having children is life-changing. but george is a right little rascal sometimes. keeps me on my toes. >> a right little rascal. and you know what, robin. like we say, just like us. they struggle with kids. he also said having never had a sister, a little girl, boy, adds a whole new dynamic. we say, william, just wait for it. you got no idea. by the way, he was over in vietnam for his passion project,
protecting wild life. taking part in a talk on illegal wildlife trade. a dream come true. the singing cashier, lucas, who liked to belt out maxwell tunes at dollar general. we had him on "gma." his video racked up more than 500 million views. we had a message from maxwell inviting lucas to join him on stage in detroit. it happened this weekend. and i would say, you tell me. i think it went well. ♪ ♪ we'll find the light without you ♪ ? go, lucas. >> he's owning it pretty nice. he went right to the front of the stage. >> this is my moment, i'm going the take it. >> he got to do sound checks and
rehearsals with maxwell in detroit. as he left the stage, he said, whatever happens from here on out, i'm grateful for this moment. >> good for him. >> i don't think he'll be bagging groceries for long sflp he was owning that stage. i agree. he went right out front. is there took the mike. move out of the way, this is my time. >> not gonna give up my shot. >> it was good that maxwell also was such a supporter. >> stepped up. more people should do that. speaking of dreams coming threw. this weekend, 55-year-old joe thomas senior became the old ee person to play division one college football. he ran the ball four times in kk kk state's win over savannah state. he enrolled in 2012. when he joined the team that year, his son, joe jr., was still on the squad. he now plays linebacker for the
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version of a stroller, apparently. >> we're back with a look at the new season of "kate plus 8." amy sat down with the mother of eight. >> for the past decade, we have watched the gosselin children grow up in front of the cameras. each new season presents channels. and in some case, controversies. this season, no different. for ten years, we have watched the gosselin family, seeing the highs, the lows, and the messes that come with raising eight kids. what's harder, toddlers or teenagers? >> i believe that some days, babies would be easier. and that scares me. because that was really hard. >> reporter: now back for a fifth season of "kate plus 8." kate, divorced since 2009 from jon is a single mom to twins maddy and kara and 1-year-old sextuplets, lea, hannah, alexis, joel, aiden, and collin. how are you different than the kate from ten years ago when you were first starting out?
ment i almost don't etch know her. now, the wisdom, the experience. it makes you really a better parent. >> we see your son collin in this new season. a few months ago, you revealed he's away seeking treatment for educational and social challenges. how did you come the that decision? it had to be a really tough one? >> it was not even really a choice. it was -- on the advice of his doctors and it had to happen. >> how is he doing? >> he's plodding along. we are, too. it was necessary. and i'll go to tends of the earth for the best for each one of them. um -- this is the best thingky do for him right now. and so that comforts me. >> is there any contact? >> oh, yeah. definitely. um, but it's not the same as being at home. >> there are reports that colin told staffers at his treatment facility that he was abused by you and child services opened an investigation? mgts i'm in the public eye.
i have been investigated many time. it's always unfun toed. obviously. >> so they're all unfounded. >> yes, absolute lp. >> jon says he had haz no idea where colin is, he hasn't seen him in a year and half. he claims that you won't tell him where collin is. >> we're both court-ordered not the speak about the care and custody of our children this detail. i have known all along where he is. the world doesn't know. and, i'll leave it at that. >> and jon's in that world. he says he's going to court to get a judge to force you the reveal collin's whereabouts. are you prepared to take him on legally? >> i've lost track how many times he has said that. i'm really focused less on what he as to say. >> reporter: now looking back, the 41-year-old says she's thankful to have a decade aps worth of caught on cam ma moments with her family. >> i wanted those moments
documented. ooifl never regret that. >> reporter: another thing she doesn't regret was the famous hair style. you were a halloween costume. >> yeah, somebody made a lot of on money off that wig. not me. i have one. >> you have one of the wigs? >> yeah, i got hold of one somehow. maybe one day i'll pick them up at the bus stop wearing it. i'll be like, kids, i'm over here. >> now jon's attorney told abc news the whole story is not being told. jon is a loving and caring father acting within the scope of the law to do what is best for his kids. "kate plus 8" premiers tomorrow. they show the good, the bad, the ugly. she's a tough mom at time. she said, we're not an instagram family where we're all smiling and everything is happy. she think it's important for families to see, families are messy. >> when that first started. remember? >> one hour. >> it was only supposed to be one hour? >> it was a one-hour special.
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and back here on "good morning america," i'm here in syracuse, new york. central new york picking up light and fluffy lake-effect snow. 10 to 20 inches. it's light and fluffy on the ground. it's getting compacted on the road. we just watched a guy try to get out of the parking lot. it took ten minutes. you can see another 6 to 12 inches. so some of the areas could pick up 24 and closing in on 30 inches with this storm alone. then, look at this. a frosty south. the frost advisories. actual good morning, i'm abc 7 news meteorologist mike nicco. it is chilly and foggy in some spots. mostly sunny this afternoon.
three chances of rain and tree sierra snows so be careful heading to the high country. i've posted the best times on social media. upper 50s at coast, low to mid-60s for the rest of us. and then tonight with mostly clear conditions and fog forming, low to upper 40s. my accuweather seven-day forecast, three storms, all of them light on the all right, thank you, ginger. more from one of music's biggest nights. the stars were out in full force last night at the american music awards. rachel smith was there. she got to go one on one with them on the red carpet and back staple. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, lara. many stars were out in full force. so was the rain. sleek hairstyles and many hats kept things going. glitz and glam winning out over the rain on the red carpet of the american music awards.
just ask rachel platten. you feel just as glamorous as you look tonight? >> honestly, my dress is heavy. it's wet on the bottom. i guess the carpet was wet. other than that, i feel flam rouse. >> reporter: glamorous night out for one of our favorite couples. jenny mccarthy and donnie wahlberg. >> every night is date night for the two of us. >> reporter: and selena gomez in a stunning red prada dress. the host, gigi hadid getting major props. changing outfits six times. tyler hubbard's braids. john mendez's smile. and james bay's velvet pants. was it hard to put the an outfit together? >> it can be. >> and knile working a suit. on his own for a solo performance, revealing just how he felt before taking the stage? >> it was nesh racking.
>> reporter: not all glam mour. gigi hadid had to limp. and travis barker had a broken toot. >> i'm supposed to be on crutches. i feel too defeated. >> reporter: tim mcgraw bringing his daughter, maggie, this night. >> she's trying to keep me from dancing. i'm embarrassing her on my dancing. >> reporter: hang on to this bad boy. where is it going? n't i don't know yet. i'm proud of this song. >> reporter: the night ending with this shot posted by tim. like we would all like to end it, with a burger and fries. the night also highlighted friendship. lady gaga taking to instagram to support sell lean ma gomez with her emotional return to the spot light. writing the girl with the biggest prize of all. a big heart. that she shares with the world. such a touching moment from the
show there. after the show, behind the scenes. so, back to you in new york. >> a sweet photo. >> it was. but selena's speech was so heart felt. it was incredible. ? brave to do it. >> very brave. >> and tim, we like your style. >> mm-hmm. >> hopefully, it was a double double. >> we'll be back with dwayne johnson. algt years ago, she delivered octuplets and became known as octomom. tomorrow she speaks out. >> do you think that the world hates you? ened about shedding the the shame and the name, octomom.
welcome to monday, it is 8:27, i'm reggie aqui from abc 7 mornings. let's get a quick look at your traffic with alexis smith. >> a think a lot of lucky folks have the week off for the thanksgiving holiday. looking at light volumes at southbound 680 through walnut creek and that would be congested right now. a quick check of the drive times. 580 to tub lynn, 28 minutes and dublin to mission, 23 and 101 to cupertino, half an hour. >> and the starbucks had half of the line it usually does. so i think
let's check out the fog. i overlayed that on the live doppler 7 that show you it is still brutally low visible, dangerously low up in the north bay and that will tip through 9:00. and then the fog lifted to sunny. and my accuweather seven-day forecast, three storms all light on the storm impact scale. another abc 7 up date in about 30 minutes and always on our news app and abc7news.comment join natasha, mike, alexis, jessica and me
from 4:30 to 7:00. ♪rom 4:30 to 7:00. [ cheers and applause ] wow! >> they're just happy to be inside from the cold. >> i'm telling you. what a way for us to start the week. thank you, thank you one and all. great to start our monday morning with a wonderful audience. here in times square. >> and robin, you're going to bring us something today. >> we have these fortune cookies. do you ever wonder about the mysterious wise messages we get when we crack open? >> sometimes very accurate. >> sometimes. confucius say, very accurate. but, you can be that mysterious and wise person. because there is somebody -- they are submitting their own messages to the museum of food
and drink. where a stranger will crack open your message. you write a message, they'll put it into the cookie. >> really? >> it's all part of project fortune. part of the museum's new exhibit, chow. making the chinese restaurant. they made some for us. what does yours say? what does yours say? >> mine says, jesse, like it knew it was me. if only everyone could #oatwa #eatlikejesse and look as good as you. >> it doesn't say that. >> they're always accurate. somehow. it only comes true if you read it before you eat it. >> oh, no. >> i know. >> is that true? >> what does yours say? >> um, right there, robin. mine says, oh, no. can i borrow your glasses? oh, no, i got it. your upbeat outlook is contagious. thank you. >> wonderful. and george? >> i got a nice one. it says, george, your
insights keep us on our toes. and i opened one up by miss take. it said financial prosperity is coming my way. >> you like that one. think about what you would write. what you would write on a cookie. >> i know. >> what? >> you want me to tell you? >> yeah. >> if you drop your keys in lava, don't pick them up. [ cheers and applause ] >> hold on a sec. can we unpack that for a minute? where did that come from? >> it might have been a deep thought from back in the day. at a lonely time in my life. >> did you say lava? >> lava. >> magma. give me a chance to do it. >> we love chinese food. when row get -- you get chinese food, do you eat the cookies? >> at least one bite. >> i feel like it's part of the tradition. what is your favorite thing to eat? >> broccoli and chicken. >> i like the ribs. >> the ribs. oh, those are good, too. who's hungry?
[ cheers and applause ] more coming. more coming. more coming. >> oh. there you go. here you go. in the back. whoo, nice catch. >> we'll get you. we'll do fortunes later. we have a photo to show. right? >> there's a big memory i have, everyone. that's me on the right. that's -- >> whoa, whoa, whoa, wait. >> whoa, whoa, whoa. >> is that your prom? >> my high school prom. my two best friends, chris and john. >> do you have a cane in your hand? >> i -- we do. one of the most vivid memories of my life. for obvious reasons, as you can see. prom, white jackets. maybe a gold and black dragon vest and canes. we were trying to look different. we did, i think, accomplish that. mission accomplished. some of the most vivid memories in your lives probably happened
somewhere between the ages of 15 and 25. there's a study. the reminiscence bump. there was an article in the conversation that says, during that time, your brain is still maturing, you're getting a sense of self. that vital first time moments, like a prom, the first kiss, the first time you drove a car, those are memories that are some of the strongest in your lives if you think back. >> why are you laughing? >> i was thinking about the first time i drove a car. i was getting a lesson from my wrestling coach. he fell asleep. i got a ticket, first time i drove a car. [ applause ] >> that would stay with you. i agree with you. >> jess, i would have thought, i feel like i had heard studies in the past that it was, like, age 3. >> interesting. >> now they're saying it's later? >> 15 to 25. >> i have a lot of those. i was reading your notes. you sort of remember movies from that time. >> music. >> that's right. >> i can definitely sing more songs from that time than songs on now.
>> i remember senior in high school, 1979, leaving pass christian, mississippi, i know folks from mississippi here. "off the wall" michael jackson. played that over and over in my dorm room. oh! i remember. >> i had a song, also. you remember "with or without you "? by u2. many slow dances growing up as a young kid. >> with your cane? [ laughter ] >> it was -- she was out of my league. >> one of my memories gives us a segue. i remember the movie, "diner." back from when i was about 19 years old. kevin bacon was in that. the husband of our next guest, kyra sedgwick. let's bring her out. >> where is she? there she is. [ cheers and applause ] >> nice to see you. how are you?
>> good to see you. i'm well, thank you. wonderful to see you. >> good to see you. hi. >> whoo. lovely, lovely. >> i love your boots. >> thank you. >> hi. >> all set? it rolls a little bit. be careful. be careful. be careful. >> you've got a new movie out. >> i do. >> "edge of 17." should we show everybody a little bit? >> yes, please. >> i don't know. do my arms look fat? >> no. >> yeah, you don't sound very believable. you're making me nervous. >> your upper arms are breathtaking. where are you going? >> well, it's last minute. but brent called me. the dentist one. and he asked if i wanted to go to manzanita for the weekend, and i thought, you know what? i deserve to be a little selfish once in awhile. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> love it. >> i am taking my girls this weekend. we haven't seen it yet.
we've heard great reviews. tell us about it. >> yeah. well, 's a -- it's just a great -- it's an outstanding movie about a high school teenager. and really talks about how incredibly devastating and difficult it is to be a high schooler. you know. and to be a girl. and to be -- um, someone coming from this really dysfunctional family. mona, as cute as she is, is really struggling. she's really a struggling mom. they -- she loses her husband in the beginning of the movie. and, it's incredibly funny. it's incredibly sad. incredibly poignant. >> so it's real? >> it's incredible. audiences are loving it. everyone laughs and then they cry, and then they applaud at the end. what could be better? >> that is fantastic. of course, you have teens at home. now, you're also directing now. you're directing your daughter, sosie and kevin in "story of a girl." >> yes. i said i would never direct.
i just thought, never, never. i just didn't think i would be any good at it. i don't want to do anything i'm not good at. so, but, you know, i bought this book in 2007. and, um -- and i was -- i got the -- um -- boy. i got the opportunity to direct it. and, i hired my husband, kevin bacon. [ cheers and applause ] >> i love that. >> kind of a smart choice. and, my daughter, sosie bacon. they're both amazing. and it was very fun directing them. >> is it easier or harder since they're your relatives? >> it was remarkably easy and wonderful. and kevin always takes my direction any way, so we're good. >> good answer. >> how old is your daughter? >> 24. >> so she's past the teens. >> past the teen angst. >> so she'll listen to you? >> does she listen to me? i mean -- you know. >> we're the parents of teens now. >> i'm like, tell me a story. is it going to be okay? >> it is.
it is going to be okay. but wait for them to ask you for your advice before giving your advice. >> oh, that's good advice. that's good advice. >> it is. it is. they really appreciate it. >> did i see something which caught me offguard. kevin in interior design? that he's getting into that. >> you know, no. it's just that someone asked me, what don't we know about him. and i said that he's a fabulous interior decorator. >> oh. okay. >> who knew? >> he's good at everything and that. it's irritating. >> like, to what level? does he do, like, leave it to him? >> i mean, i say yes and no. but he brings the choices. >> wow. >> that's great. >> renaissance man. >> he is. >> the movie is "the edge of 17." in theaters now. thanks for coming in. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ]
welcome back to "gma." there is only one more thing to officially do. it's very serious. yep. first snow ang good morning, i'm meteorologist mike nicco. let's check oury day planner. fog fading by 9:00. temperatures in the upper 50s to 60s, with a mostly sunny sunny afternoon. and that weather brought to
you by carmax. that's not the only thing. i gotta get you guys a snowball. we'll head back to you all. >> ginger, no one is happier in a snowstorm than you are. we move on now to dwayne "the rock" johnson. sexiest man alive for "people" right before the release of "moana." >> it was moana, right? >> reporter: that's voice of dwayne "the rock" johnson, playing a demigod. >> sorry, sorry, sorry. >> reporter: and that's moana, who must save the world. >> it's a new version of the female hero. no love interest. no damsel in distress. i have a 15-year-old daughter who is just like moana. ambitious. has a really strong point of view. wants to tackle the world. and loving tapping into her own identity. and putting me in my place. >> reporter: the rock's not all that tough.
>> i have never cried consistently -- cameramen are laughing. through a movie. than i have with this movie. just to be clear. they're all manly tears, though. >> reporter: you have samoan ancestry from your mother's side, correct? >> correct. it was an opportunity for us to showcase polynesian culture to the world. here's a fun fact. the shape of maui and his look, a lot was based off my grandfather. he looked like that. he was a samoan high chief. >> reporter: you're not the hero. you're a bit of a goofball at points. >> goofball is a little strong. don't be angry because 15 samoans beat your [ bleep ] in rugby. he's got this thing. he played brigham young when he was this college. 15 samoans were on the team. he sees my character. it's a goofball. >> reporter: there are parts of your story that are reflected in the move i have. >> just handsome. brown-eyed soul. >> reporter: exactly. i was actually talking about
football. >> i, um, played football. failed at that. a lot of failures that maui has had to go through, too. >> reporter: never give up. that's moana's message. >> she's going to trip and fall. and she'll learn lessons as she goes along. there's a great line in the movie. she's adamant. i'm not a princess. i'm the daughter of a chief. but i'm not a princess. i say something like, well, if you got a dress and you have a side kick, then you're a princess. it's very funny. it's the best line if the movie. yeah, i said it. >> reporter: it's a good line. it's a good line. >> my line. >> reporter: well done. well done. >> thank you. >> reporter: for "good morning america," nick watt, abc news. >> it's in theaters nationwide on wednesday. to lara. thank you, george. now to mission pawsible. we're just one day away from the big finale. and i really don't want it to end. along with our partnering shelters, we have found fur-ever homes for, guys, get this, 4,023
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[ cheers and applause ] come on, girl, you got this. back now with our countdown to thanksgiving. ayesha curry is here. the celebrity wife of steph curry and a chef. she's got a new cookbook out. it's called "the seasoned life." she's spicing up our thanksgiving sides. welcome, ayesha, first time here. loving your show on the food network. >> thank you so much. thank you. it's been a whirlwind. we've had so much fun on there. saturdays at 12:00, 11:00 central. >> that's it. all this comes naturally to you. >> i love the way it brings everybody together. >> so what are you going to whip up for us? >> in the spirit of thanksgiving, something that i traditionally do at my house. that's mac and cheese. yes, yes. and -- this recipe is in the book. >> okay. >> i do it a little different. it's not your traditional mac and cheese. we're warming our milk. we have an egg. we're going to whisk it up.
you want to temper the egg. so you want to get a little bit of this in, because we don't want to curdle. we don't want to curdle. >> do you do that? >> you don't want cooked eggs in your -- now we're going to slowly put that in. >> what else? i got you, i got you. >> we have our cheese. >> and i helped! >> i love it. so we have our cheese here. sharp cheddar. ooh. perfect. perfect. it gets tough. here's a little spatula. >> better. >> so we have a little bit of salt. >> okay. >> okay, i love sugar in my mac and cheese. a tiny bit of sugar. >> that's a tiny bit? >> it's going to turn into this big dish. ground mustard. adds a nice little kick. a little pizzaz. >> all that goes in?
>> and what the egg is going to do is bind everything. >> how long does it bake? >> it bakes at 425 for 25 to 30 minutes. >> that's it? >> that's it. that goes in there. i make a topping. we have parmesan cheese. breadcrumbs. pancetta. a little salt. parsley. we mix it all together. and then we just -- >> i like it. >> pop it on top. that will cook and crisp up. >> that's going to look like that. great. oh, wonderful. >> hello. >> we heard mac and cheese. >> it's perfect. i love it. >> amazing. so good. >> what is this? >> my spiced butternut squash mash. it's a nice alternative to your mashed potato. >> what is your special ingredient? >> curry powder. >> oh! >> we have a little curry powder. and then, and then, i have
cashew butter. >> that's it. >> it makes it creamy. adds a little protein if you're looking for that sort of thing on thanksgiving. we put that all in there. we can just combine everything. let's mash that up first. >> i'll mash. you talk. i want to make sure we get to that. >> brussels sprouts. chop them in half. onions. pear. >> yeah, uh huh. >> a lit tle bit of pear. we bake that off in the oven at 425, 450 until everything gets crisp and golden grown. dried cranberries. honey. a squeeze of lemon. >> get the recipes online. we'll be right back. this is all the rage now.
good morning, it is 8:59, i'm reggie aqui from abc 7 mornings. let's see how your week looks so if aer. >> still dangerous visible around petaluma down toward san rafael. it will lift now and bring us eventually mostly sunny conditions. 50 at half moon bay the rest 60 to 63 degrees. we have three storms, all light, one on the storm impact scale. tomorrow, friday and sunday a. lexis. >> we have a major issue with the capital corridor with a pre trespasser that was hit this morning and that is resulting in major delays systemwide. hearing about a disabled truck westbound 80, not around treasure island but you are slow into the city as well. >> thank you. time now for "live with kelly." we'll be back at 11:00 a.m. for
the abc midday news. our reporting continues online and on our news app. have a great day. >> announcer: it's "live with kelly." today in the series from the affair, laura tierney. and katie brown shows us the perfect table for your thanksgiving feast. post "new girl" star is max greenfield. he is the cohost for today. and now, here are kelly ripa and max greenfield! [cheering and applauding] [cheer