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good morning, america. breaking news. urgent manhunt. two police officers ambushed overnight targeted and killed while sitting in their cars. >> possible rifle rounds. there is an officer down. >> a suspect on the run. a massive search right now. our new poll shows the race for the white house remains neck and neck. as hillary clinton brings out all the big guns. >> this guy? don't be bamboozled. >> hoping to turn attention back to donald trump and away from that bombshell fbi investigation as trump makes his case to be president. >> the clintons are the sordid past. we are the bright future. >> both sides crisscrossing the country with just six days to go until the election. nba hall of famer, scottie
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divorce battle, renewed in newly released 911 call. >> can you send someone over here? my husband is being really aggressive with me. >> there is no incident, ma'am. can you talk to him, please? >> after being recently separated, we have what pippen is saying this morning. and battle to be the greatest. >> cubs have forced a game seven! >> the cubs in it to win it sealing their lead overnight with an epic grand slam. >> at the wall. grand slam! >> a first in the world series in more than a decade. >> forced to deliver when the game is on the line. >> now forcing the indians game seven as fans rally from cleveland to wrigley field ahead of tonight's final championship showdown. ? good morning, america. good morning, cubs, fans. are you okay, george? >> i'm okay. i said, let it go to seven. >> and it has gone to seven. it has gone to seven. chicago going crazy with this
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and this is the cover of this morning's "chicago-sun times." the hero addison russell celebrating that grand slam. but this is how he warms up before the game. the man cannot only hit. he has some dance moves. he'll be doing that again in preparation for the game. a lot of people are making a big deal of this. i'm, like, why? i walk past george's dressing room every morning and he's doing that. i've seen it. >> that little camera in your tie. we got a lot more on that coming up. also a lot more on the race for the white house. just six days to go right now, and our new poll is back to a tie. 46-46, clinton and trump. more on that later. we begin with breaking news. two police officers ambushed and killed overnight in iowa. let's get right to our senior justice correspondent, pierre thomas. the killer still on the loose. >> reporter: indeed, good morning, george. the hunt under way for whoever assassinated those officers as police in iowa are forced to respond to those nightmare words, officer down. this time two murdered in the line of duty.
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there is an officer down. >> reporter: this morning, a statewide manhunt under way for this man, 46-year-old michael green, accused of executing two officers killed in cold blood. >> black male, orange shorts, was in the vehicle got out to make the shots and then jumped back in the vehicle and traveling eastbound. >> there is somebody out there shooting police officers. we hope we find him before anybody else gets hurt. >> reporter: according to police the ambush-style attacks occurred about 20 minute as part beginning at 1:06 a.m. the first officer shot sitting in his car on patrol alone. >> we have another offic >> reporter: the second officer killed while responding. he was also found shot in his car. these shootings come as officers killed by guns in the line of duty is up dramatically this year by 48%. des moines police say, if you see green, do not approach. dial 911. robin? >> incredibly tragic. all right, pierre, thank you. now to the race for the white house just six days to go, and hillary clinton is calling
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in the battleground states. making an all-out push in florida last night. abc's cecilia vega is on the trail there in ft. lauderdale. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: robin, good morning to you. the final sprint is happening right here. donald trump calls florida a must win. hillary clinton calls it the most important state on the map, and they are both right here this morning fighting to win it. hillary clinton crisscrossing florida. three stops, one message. >> it's not okay to insult people. it's not okay, and look at what he does. he calls wom nasty, all the time. >> reporter: clinton trying to shift the focus away from her e-mails by delivering a blistering assault on donald trump. >> started with immigrants, moved on to latinos, african-americans, muslims, people with disabilities, prisoners of war. >> reporter: a greatest hits list with a special guest appearance from alicia machado. >> he made fun of me.
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queen donald trump insulted because of her weight. >> i mean, really. can we just stop for a minute and reflect on the absurdity of donald trump finding fault with miss universe? >> reporter: clinton calling on her powerful friends to make a last-minute push, seven surrogates. eight battleground states, 17 events yesterday alone. >> if you disrespected women before you were elected, you will disrespect women o you're president. >> reporter: donald trump staying on message over those e-mails. [ crowd chanting "usa" ] >> reporter: staying on message over those e-mails. and telling early voters in some states they can still change their vote. >> this is a message for any democratic voter who have already cast their ballots for hillary clinton, and who are having a bad case of buyer's remorse. wisconsin is one of several states where you can change your early ballot, if you think you have made a mistake.
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>> reporter: and there are actually a handful of states where you can change your vote after the fact. wisconsin, pennsylvania and michigan among them. the deadline in minnesota has already passed, but it is hard to see how this is a big impact. george, nearly 28 million people have already cast their ballots in this race. >> yeah, we're heading up to 40% of the vote. jon karl, matt dowd join us no clinton to be in florida, and carpet bomb florida because if they wins there -- >> it's over. >> but we're also seeing both campaigns branch out to these blue states in the upper midwest. >> you see real nervousness on the part of the clinton team on states that they thought were solidly in their camp. hillary clinton is going to be in the state of michigan the friday before the election. in michigan, this is a state that they thought they had wrapped up a long time ago, priorities usa which is the hillary clinton super pac is now advertising in michigan, in
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they had pulled out of weeks ago and in pennsylvania. so they are concerned. >> putting up that fire wall. >> okay, matt, we have less than a week to go but what can we expect from both of these camps in the final days? >> wyep. well, in honor of game seven of the world series, baseball. so i think what happened in the last week is that donald trump put a few runs on the board in the eighth inning and cut hillary's lead from five to about three, so we're headed into the ninth inning now, and hillary got giving up the total lead. it is by two or three-point hillary advantage and she has still a frayed wall but wall in the electoral college, so ninth inning, and she is still slightly ahead, but anything could happen. >> should have brought andrew miller in. >> she made a few errors. >> but in the ninth inning can anything be done to sway voters at this point? >> well, it's interesting. i think because we just talked about early votes.
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million votes cast, and those are in the bank. it's like runs she has already scored at this point. you have to prevent error, not commit errors in the final inning and not give up the long ball. i think that's what each side has to do. donald trump still has to put some singles and doubles in to score some runs in this, but just not commit errors. >> jon karl, one thing that hillary clinton has had to give up, she was looking at when those polls were wide, she was hoping to end on a real positive note, not taking that tact right now. >> not at all. if you look at why she's closing out alicia machado, going after dold universe case, and look it her closing advertising. it's a combination of he is somebody who is sexually harassing women, and who will blow up the world in a nuclear holocaust. it is a very negative taking the low road for both sides. this campaign is ending on the lowest note that i've ever seen. >> and it's going to end with the two candidates ending with historic unfavorable ratings in this. it's like the boston red sox playing the new york yankees when the fans love them, but most of america doesn't like them and that's how this is
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>> we can go anywhere. we can do hockey, football. >> okay, thank you both. just six days away from the election our full live coverage starts tuesday night at 7:00 eastern. i will be anchoring with our entire political team here on abc. >> going to be a long, long night. now to that deadly explosion at a major gas pipeline in alabama. fears are growing that the blast could send prices skyrocketing at the pump as we head into the abc's phillip mena is in alabama, and the ripple effects being felt all around the country. good morning, phillip. >> reporter: hi, robin, good morning. yeah, drivers in this region could start seeing those ripple effects in the next day or two. i spoke with some gas station managers around here who say that customers are already bracing themselves for a shortage. they are hitting the pumps to top off tanks before prices go up. the smoke from that deadly alabama pipeline explosion could be seen for miles. this morning, concerns the impact from it will be felt by millions.
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tanks may soon be facing a price hike in the wake of the blast. >> this situation if not immediately alleviated could pose a real risk for gas price increases going into thanksgiving. >> reporter: the severed pipeline stretches from houston, texas, to new jersey. supplying gasoline to about 50 million people in 13 states, that's nearly half of the region's fuel. news of the explosion and subsequent shutdown triggering a state of emergency in alabama. >> it affects not only alabama eastern seaboard. >> reporter: gas futures skyrocketing as much as 15% tuesday before easing off. just two months ago, a leak on that same pipeline led to days of dry prumps and price hikes in half a dozen states. 17 cents in tennessee and 28-sent hikes in georgia and the fear is this shutdown could be even worse. just how long and how severe
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repair that pipeline. officials are hoping it'll be done by saturday but, george, that's no sure thing. >> not at all. okay, phillip. thanks very much. the latest now on bill cosby heading back to court today as he tries to convince a judge to throw out those sexual assault charges, prevent his accusers from testifying. abc's linsey davis is here with more on the pretrial hearing. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, george. the biggest item on the docket of this now day two, is if testimony from 13 other will be permitted in the trial. pennsylvania law only allows such testimony if it demonstrates a pattern of behavior, but the defense says the testimony is old and irrelevant. another face-off this morning for the second day in a row as bill cosby heads back to court where his lawyers are fighting to keep potentially damning evidence out of his trial. the current case stems from an alleged assault back in 2004 with former temple university employee, andrea constand. prosecutors argue testimony from 13 of his more than 50 accusers
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the prosecution says the other women should be allowed to testify to show cosby had a signature pattern of behavior that spanned decades where he allegedly drugged and sexually assaulted dozens of women. >> the prosecution must think that this is important to their case, or they wouldn't have filed the prosecution motion seeking to have 13 potential witnesses testify. >> reporter: but cosby's lawyers argue the women's memories are tainted by time and prejudiced by media coverage. >> here we are now 12 years later asked to defend a case where witnesses have died. memories have faded. >> reporter: cosby has pleaded not guilty, and his lawyers are not only calling for the judge to make the alleged victims take memory and competency tests, but want them to let go. >> what do you say to the people to the people who say, oh, come on.
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>> we've seen it so many times in our criminal justice system where there are a multitude of accusers, and yet, it was determined that there was no case. >> reporter: the prosecution is also hoping to get cosby's 2005 deposition included in the trial where he answered questions in constand's civil suit after he was assured by the then district attorney that he would never be prosecuted. cosby and his legal team have always maintained his encounter with constand was consensual. george? >> okay, linsey, thanks. we have rest of this morning's headl headlines, starting with an earthquake in oklahoma? >> parts of oklahoma were shaken by a 4.5 magnitude earthquake overnight not far from tulsa. this was the fifth quake to hit that state in one day and was felt as far away as kansas city. recent quake activity raised concerns about fracking and the disposal of waste water from energy production. there are new details now in
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investigators now believe no one was controlling that plane when it plunged into the indian ocean in 2014. they believe it ran out of fuel and spiraled into the water killing all 239 people on board. the circumstances and the location of that plane, though, remain a mystery. syrian dictator, bashar al assad, said he has no regreareg about the civil war in his country, blamed for 500,000 reporters the social fabric of syria is better now. he blames terrorists and the u.s. government for the bloodshed and says he plans to stay in office until 2021. well, pope francis is making it clear there will never be women priests in the catholic church. while flying home from sweden the pope reaffirmed the position laid out by john paul ii who said ordaining women was not possible because jesus chose only men as his apostles. and finally, well, sometimes they are changing. this thanksgiving for the first time, you'll be able to do more than just call the butterball hot line for tips. you'll be able to text your question, as well. the hot line has fielded crazy questions in its 36 years.
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turkey in her father's freezer since 1969 would need some extra time to thaw. no word on the answer to that. yep. but you know what, i feel like texting is so 2015. my kids aren't going to get on board until you can snapchat your questions. they don't even text anymore. >> so passe. >> i didn't know there was a place to reach out to ask questions about the turkey. >> oh, yeah. >> that's great. i'm not cooking, though, that's the problem. you know what is cooking, baseball, everybody. what a night in cleveland. the chicago cubs p game seven. the sweetest words in sports. game seven, t.j. holmes, you're in the stadium where history will be made. what you got, my man? >> reporter: hey there. strahan, it is exciting, but it also gives you chills. because these are the two teams with the longest championship droughts in baseball. the cubs, 108 years, and for the
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suffering will end tonight. on the flip side, somebody else's suffering is going to continue. and they might feel a pain like never before. now, the indians had a chance to wrap it up in front of their home crowd but at times they in game six, looked like they were the ones who were cursed. overnight, the chicago cubs defying the odds crushing the indians in game six of the world series. you're looking at the star of the night. >> high fly ball to left center. at the wall. grand slam. 7-0. chicago. >> reporter: addison russell, just 22 years old hitting the first world series grand slam in a decade. >> a lot of emotion was going through my head. just happy it came tonight. >> reporter: the young shortstop also catching the last out. >> this is russell. cubs will force the game seven. >> reporter: earlier hitting this two-run double when cleveland outfielders seemed to forget the basics, like how to call for a fly ball. >> neither one gets it. >> reporter: the indians looking
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ones. maybe they should ask charlie sheen about that. the actor known for his role in the movie "major league" trolling the tribe for not inviting him to throw the first pitch, tweeting, whoever is idiotically guilty of preventing me from throwing out the first pitch in any of these home games, well, just saying. but the cubs had more than luck on their side last night. their starting pitcher jake arrieta backing up the cubs' stellar offense with strong pitching. >> struck him out. arietta into and out of trouble. >> reporter: cubs' star, kris bryant, very happy with where their team is. >> i love this team on our backs against the wall. really good baseball. >> reporter: is there any other way this should have gone down except for a game seven? >> here we are in cleveland, right, they have their history and their drought, the cubs down 3-1. and now we have a game seven. it is going to be so exciting. >> reporter: so guys, it's hard to believe, by i was here covering the cavs just five months ago, talking about them breaking a championship draught for the city of cleveland, and here we are five months later,
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championship for the city. pretty remarkable. >> i have a question for you, t.j. you're there, and do you get a feeling from the fans that maybe how the cavaliers came back on golden state, this could happen to them with the cubs? >> reporter: i'm sure the folks in cleveland don't want to hear that. but yes, if the cubs are looking for inspiration for coming back from a 3-1 deficit, they could look across the street because the cleveland cavaliers are the ones that came back from their nba championship. they might not want to hear that right now. >> all right, t.j., enjoy the game tonight. what's the weather going to be like for the game? >> the weather will be really mild. i mean this time of year and when they had the world series back a long time ago it was snowing so nothing like that. 64 degrees. less than ten-mile-per-hour winds and could see scattered showers and heat, all-time hottest november for many cities on the map there as we started yesterday. all right. let's get to the rainy cities
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coming up, a stunning day in the court in that hot car trial.
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2-0. high fly ball to left center. at the wall. grand slam. >> what a shot, the first world series grand slam in more than a decade. addison russell, chicago cubs going to game seven tonight. this is really going to be something. >> if you waited this long, why not one more day? that's how i look at it. also right now, our new poll shows hillary clinton and donald trump tied in a dead heat as clinton calls on her top surrogates to help make her case, and trump tries to turn blue states red with just six days until the election. take look at these images. it's believed to be the burial slab of jesus.
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centuries. portions still intact. researchers had 60 hours to access the tomb in jerusalem before it had to be resealed. >> work fast. and it's a big day in country music, everybody. 50th annual cma awards and lara will be live in nashville with dierks bentley, all those fans are up this morning early and excited. >> or they stayed out late. >> that is a big early morning crowd. >> nothing like country music fans. they are great. >> we will get to that. right now, we'll get the latest on that hot car trial. it's in georgia, and the defendant's ex-wife is the stand, grilled by prosecutors about her husband's double life as she defends him against murder charges, and boy, amy, another emotional day of testimony. >> it was incredibly emotional and one thing that both the prosecution and the defense seemed to be able to agree upon, justin ross harris had been living a double life before leaving his 22-month-old son cooper, behind in that hot car. >> you would agree that that was somebody completely different than the person you married? >> i would agree that was a part of his personality, that he did not share with me. >> reporter: harris' now ex-wife leanna taylor grilled by the
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second day on the stand, confronted about her husband's affairs and sexting with other women, including the morning of their son's death. >> did he ever tell you that he'd gotten up at 5:43 a.m. around then or was awake at that point messaging strangers? >> no. he destroyed my life. >> reporter: prosecutors say harris intentionally left cooper to die in that car because he wanted a child-free life. taylor telling jurors his infidelities broke their marriage. the couple divorcing earlier this year. >> i'm humiliated. i may never trust anybody again. the way that i did. if i never see him again after this day, that's fine. >> reporter: but despite that, she insists he was a good father and is no murderer. >> did ross love this little boy? >> yes, he did, very much. >> reporter: harris has pleaded not guilty, saying he simply forgot his son was in the backseat as he went into his office on a 90-degree day. one of his co-workers testifying
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forgetful person. >> i've been in incidents with him where he's -- he is forgetful. >> reporter: harris' own brother telling the court, while harris was not perfect, he could never kill his own son. >> i think he loved cooper more than life itself. i'll never believe anything else other than he loved his son more than anything. >> reporter: taylor also said on the stand that she has not spoken ho her she tied for divorce in february and that she has moved to alabama to be closer to her family and her new boyfriend, but there's a lot for the jurors to digest with this one. >> you got that right, amy. thank you. to that bitter divorce battle involving nba hall of famer, scottie pippen. 911 calls are now surfacing of his now ex-wife telling dispatchers he was getting aggressive. abc's mara schiavocampo is here with more details. good morning, mara. >> reporter: robin, good morning. we're learning that larsa made two domestic disturbance calls in just one week.
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scottie pippen, is fighting for custody of the couple's children and their estimated $50 million fortune. this morning, the breakup of the nearly 20-year marriage between nba legend, scottie pippen, and his wife, larsa heating up. in these newly released 911 calls -- >> 911. what is your emergency? >> hello. can you send someone over here? my husband is being really aggressive with me. >> reporter: larsa is heard calling police last month after an argument with her husband. scottie joining the conversation. >> is it verbal or physical? >> verbal. >> what's the address of the incident? >> there is no incident, ma'am. can you talk to this lady? >> reporter: larsa eventually tells police not to come after all. then, three days later, another call. >> my husband's gotten crazy again with me. >> what do you mean your husband's gotten crazy with you again? >> he's breaking things. he's just scaring me. >> reporter: two weeks after the 911 calls for made, scottie
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the spotlight. >> dr. scottie inside. tipped. got hammered. >> reporter: scottie, an nba hall of famer who won six championships with michael jordan and the chicago bulls. larsa, a close friend of the kardashians, formerly on "the real housewives of miami." >> larsa's got moves, but i run the game. >> reporter: in the divorce filings obtained by abc news, scottie claims the marriage is irretrievably broken. alimony in any form. he's also seeking ultimate responsibility of the children, adding, he wants to move them from their ft. lauderdale mansion, seen here in real estate listings back to chicago. divorce documents show the pair did sign a prenup before they were married in 1997. now in a statement, scottie pippen's attorney notes larson have never accused her husband of any violence, and she did tell dispatchers she had not been injured.
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>> four children so it's a difficult thing. >> all right, thank you. >> michael? all right, thank you, robin. coming up on our big board a big new warning about energy drinks. you want to definitely stick around and hear that. and we have the truth -- we'll find out the truth about that royal romance everybody is talking about with prince harry. we'll be back in two minutes. talking about with prince harry.
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it is time for our big board and our team of insiders standing by live for more on the morning's top stories. our friend at "people" magazine kate coyne is here at the table. we love it when someone joins us at the table especially when it's you, kate. >> love being here. >> you're the dessert. >> okay. fine by me. i love dessert. >> we all do. let's start though with the stock market, again, hammered again on tuesday as uncertainty about the election tends ripples and "shark tank" star kevin o'leary joins us now and, kevin, so tell us what's going on here.
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markets like certainty. your 401(k) likes certainty. people like to know what's going to happen. only ten days ago it looked like a shoo-in for clinton. that's no longer the case. today, it's a complete unknown, and the fear index, just moments ago, the national federation of independent business put it out there. it's the highest ever. total chaos. that's why the markets are going all over the place. >> well, speaking of certainty in six days, we'll have a new president. how do you think the markets will react to a president clinton or president trump? >> that's what the whole world is trying to figure out. we look it a trump, an outsider who never ran government but half the population thinks government isn't working anyways. very much like when reagan got in and said what is this cowboy actor doing in the white house. we'll have to wait and see what happens. on the clinton side, this incredible uncertainty. back in the '90s it was always special investigations and it was very, very challenging and so for hillary, if any of these
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the concern for investors is she'll be president, but she'll immediately be indicted, and then the worst case is, another impeach impeachment, that's bad for markets, too. that's why it's so uncertain. both paths have a lot of chaos in them. >> yeah, but we will know by next week. yeah. all right. thanks, kevin. >> time will tell. >> that's true. >> thank you, kevin. let's move on to a new warning about energy drinks. a brand-new report reveals serious health issues that could come from drinking too many and dr. ashton joins us live. doctor, this comes from a guy who was drinking a few of these a day or so, and what happened? >> so we're talking about acute liver failure here, you guys. which is a big deal. really, really serious. this is a case report of a construction worker who was allegedly son coupling four or
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for a period of time of three weeks. and the theory is that the culprit in those energy drinks an ingredient called niacin, also known as vitamin b3 which is known to cause things like flushing, low blood pressure, stomach issues, liver damage, now here come the caveats. this gentleman did have hepatitis c pre-existing and the american beverage association really quick to point out this one case report does not show cause and effect. in my book, you have heard me say it before. moderation is key. these energy drinks are not meant to be drank like water. >> and how about being mixed with alcohol? there was another study that looked into that, jen. >> exactly. >> and this is out of purdue university, robin. this was a study done in mice because we can't do this type of study in human beings who are teenagers. but it looked at young mice combined energy drinks with alcohol, found that it produced structural and functional changes in the brain that may persist into adulthood greater than either of those things alone so we need more research. >> wow. >> but a reminder, these are not for kids or teens, and do not
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>> i'm laughing because when she said alcohol, kate went, whew. >> a few flashbacks. maybe one or two flashbacks. >> you know, you mixed it with energy -- >> yes, i've done it as well. yes. i have done it as well. >> all right, i'm with you. no more. >> no more. >> thing of the past. >> especially not now. >> no, not now. absolutely not now. no. a child right now. finally, we have new details abt rolling reports are out that prince harry, one of the world's most eligible bachelors is dating american actress meghan markle and things may be getting serious as we said, kate is here. so what are you hearing? >> okay. so it's serious enough that she has met prince charles. so meeting the family, i mean, meeting the future king. it doesn't get a whole lot more serious than that until there's a ring on it. for me it's not just about him settling down but harry settling down with an american divorced actress who is three years older than he is. it's the most delicious thing to come along for the royal family
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i mean, it's too fantastic for words. >> i think delicious is an understatement. >> yeah. >> but i'm wondering should robin dust off her fascinator? is there a royal wedding on the way? >> i would say like a hop on expedia and look at airfares maybe. don't book the ticket yet. but just, you know, consider it because, you know, everybody has told us this is actually really pretty serious. that they mean business. she breaks the mold from all his previous girlfriends. this is not chelsey davy or cressida bonas. the pretty blondes he has dated in the past. this is, like, a red carpet ready thoroughbred actress. she means business. >> kudos to them for keeping it under wraps until now. >> you got the power of the royal family behind you and can probably pull off just about anything. i mean, when kate was in her early stages of pregnancy, she goes underground. and they can keep things pretty well hidden until now.
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forget it. she won't be able to go to the drugstore without us. >> i have a question for everything. you were with prince harry this summer. >> yes. >> do any of us think we'll fete a royal invite if they to get married? >> i'm having a cougar moment because i love prince harry so i didn't hear a word you said. i was just looking at his picture. >> how about you, kevin? >> i'd like to see them married, really. i like chaos. >> and you're in the perfect spot to say that right now. all that you've been talking about. i go time with him, leading up to the invictus games, harry is so charming, and you could tell he was in a different place right now. he's really settled and i think it's maybe time. >> i think that's right and in the last six months we've seen a more mature, more centered harry, maybe more of a focus on the future, and just full endorsement from me. if you want to go with this girl, please, please make it so. an american princess would be a delight. in we would love it.
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>> he does so much good for people, i really love that about him. >> as long as they're happy. >> yes. as long as they are happy, and we love having you three join us at the big board. really do. thank you. thank you, kate. thank you, dr. ashton. thank you, kevin. we appreciate you, man. coming up in two minutes, is this the boldest criminal act ever? the boldest criminal ever that stole a cop car and live streamed the whole thing on facebook? he is asking for it.
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back with that brilliant thief who stole a police car and then live streamed his escape on facebook. gio benitez is here with that wild ride. hey, gio. >> reporter: hey, george. i'm not sure you have seen anything like this. this makes catching the crooks a whole lot easier. take a look. >> if you don't believe me right now, look, check it out, i'm in the cop car. where is my sirens at?
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>> reporter: that's 25-year-old don pinney moments after he allegedly stole a police car in tulsa, oklahoma, monday. >> cops blinding me and [ bleep ]. >> reporter: pinney live streaming to facebook boasting about his felony all while officers are in hot pursuit. >> i'm driving with my knees right now trying to show all you there. >> reporter: leading them on a chase reaching speeds over 100 miles per hour. even speeding through neighborhoods with children. at one point, pinney, stopping to get out of the stolen car giving facebook viewers a look at what he is seeing. after a 40-minute pursuit, officers finally able to apprehend pinney after tracking the stolen police car to his parents' house. >> i would encourage every criminal out there to facebook live their crimes so we can catch you a lot easier and use that fsh live at your trial to get a better conviction. >> reporter: he has an extensive criminal record and was able to
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the suspect got right. >> this is my last video for sure. >> reporter: oh, yeah, last video. pinney is being held in a tulsa county jail on nine felony charges including eluding police and resisting arrest along with possession of a firearm by a felon. there you heard police say, you know what, keep doing this because we'll catch you if you do. >> goes into your dumb criminal file. >> that is hubris if i have ever seen it. i mean it really is unbelievable. >> he'll pay a big price. when we come back, kendall jenner's secret house scare. is she suffering from something called sleep paralysis? turns out it's a condition that affects millions, and we are live in nashville, counting down to the cma awards. lara live on that stage and dierks bentley will be there as well and reveal some winners. we have a big performance coming up. ? ? somewhere on a beach ?
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the latest on the cold blooded killing the two iowa police officers this morning. there are reports out of des moines right now the suspect is in custody. it happened without incident. we'll have much more on this as the details come into our newsroom throughout the day. donald trump's running mate in mesa, mike pence fighting to keep >> you are right. latest polls show hillary clinton and hillary clinton neck and neck. doors except open any minute. a number of people already lined up. there chanting just a short time ago. it's one information, doors open any minute, except open at eight. the event exposed open
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. deadly ambush overnight. two police officers in iowa shot and killed. police now race to find the shooter. the urgent manhunt right now. health scare. a sleep disorder that kendall jenner reveals she's struggling with. >> everyone says i'm fine, but i don't feel fine. >> could you have sleep paralysis and what could be triggering it? dr symptoms and the solutions. ? i won't give up ? no more rules. when it comes to playtime, should parents really be backing off and letting kids make their own rules? the dad making headlines for saying it's time for no limits. it all starts right here. two major awards about to be revealed. lara is live in nashville with dierks bentley. >> as he says -- >> good morning, america.
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good morning, dierks bentley. and how about all that energy down in nashville this morning. >> and for good reason. we are excited for tonight's 50th annual cma awards, it's the biggest night in country music. >> and no one is more excited than our own lara spencer with dierks bentley there. lara, you have a big "gma" exclusive. >> hi. hey, michael, i love this crowd. you guys have been fantastic. i was just explaining to them this is a big award right now. we thank the cmas so much for letting us hand out, not one, but two of the awards, the biggest awards, we'll start right now with music video of the year. we're going to find out right now who is going to win that award. and i feel very official and the nominees are "burning house" by cam. "fire away" by chris stapleton.
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"record year" by eric church. and "somewhere on a beach" by dierks bentley. [ cheers and applause ] i actually have the envelope here. this is from deloitte and touche. it's very official, and the winner of video of the year is "fire away" by chris stapleton. [ cheers and applause ] congratulations, chris, and we award later in our broadcast. george, right now i want to get back to you guys in new york. >> waiting for those awards. all right, that was a big one. music video of the year for the cmas. we'll come back in a little bit. now let's go to amy with the morning rundown. we have breaking news from iowa where two police officers were killed in the line of duty overfight. police have now captured the suspect, scott michael green
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incident. the two officer were killed in the same area. one shot in his squad car. when the second officer responded, he was ambushed in his vehicle. a motive remains unclear, but the number of officers shot on duty is up 48% this year. and now to the race for the white house, tighter than ever. our poll, showing clinton trailing trump when it comes to who is seen as more honest and trustworthy. nearly 30 million americans have voted early. a reported drop in african-american turnout could be a concern for clinton, and abc's cecilia vega is on the campaign trail with all the latest. good morning, cecilia. >> reporter: amy, good morning to you. this is the state that could decide this election and both candidates are here this morning fighting to win. hillary clinton spent her day yesterday crisscrossing florida. no mention of the fbi's investigation into her e-mails, instead she is trying to shift the focus away from those and unleashing a new round of attacks on donald trump laying out her closing argument.
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moved on to latinos, african-americans, muslims, people with disabilities, prisoners of war. >> reporter: clinton joined by alicia machado, the former miss universe who trump insulted for gaining weight. donald trump still staying on message hammering her on those e-mails. at a rally in wisconsin, he told voters who have already cast their ballots it's not too late to change their minds. >> this is a message for any democratic voter who have already cast their ballots for hillary clinton, and who are having a bad case of buyer's remorse. in other words, you want to change your vote. >> reporter: wisconsin, pennsylvania and michigan among the states where voters can actually change their minds after the fact, but, amy, nearly 28 million people have already cast their ballots in this race. >> all right, cecilia, thank
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jtsds and aer -- and a new prediction this morning about the upcoming thanksgiving travel season. a record number of people are expected to fly this year, nearly 3% more than last year. so experts say book your travel now because average fares are rising every single day this week. well, meanwhile, on the road there is concern of rising gas prices after a fuel pipeline explosion in alabama. analysts say prices in that region could increase by up to 15 cents per gallon. the owner hopes to restart that pipeline this weekend. and a quick sports headline the college football playoffs rankings have been announced on espn and alabama is number one. >> roll tide. >> roll tide, says robin. followed by clemson, michigan, texas a&m and the university of washington round out the top five. and finally the boss came out and rallied the crowd to help us stand up for heroes. ? you can't start a fire ? ? you can't start a fire without a spark ? >> yep, bruce springsteen performing at the tenth annual
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charity is the work of abc's bob woodruff and his wife lee. they have helped raise more than $33 million in support of wounded veterans and their families. they have supported, guys, nearly 2.5 million veterans and their families. it's a remarkable event and our hats are off to them. >> a terrific organization. >> and how it's grown and the boss has been there for all ten. all right, amy. thank you. well, nashville has lara spencer and we have sara haines. >> and we're going to keep that country going. >> all right. >> time now for we all know bill murray is a huge cubs fan. but one woman managed to outdo him. karen michelle showed up to the stadium and she didn't have a ticket. she was hoping to buy a last-minute seat when she spotted the legendary comedian himself and decided to start following him. not creepy at all. luckily for her, it paid off. murray noticed the fellow fan and gave her an extra ticket which turned out to be the seat right next to him in the front row.
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cheering as the cubs upset the home team, 9-3. isn't that cute? >> you hear stories like that all the time. great guy. >> i will tell him i'm the good luck charm. >> that's true. >> i feel like you could get your own ticket, though. >> i got to work. >> think about running around and wanting a ticket and getting a front row seat. >> and he is happening to have one. >> i'd sit in the whole game just staring at him like this. that would have been creepy. and we are gearing up for the country-themed "pop news." that i promised you. brad paisley and carrie underwood are revving up for tonight. here's what they told robin about carrie's frequent wardrobe changes. take a look. >> we might be up to about 12, something like that. >> whoo. >> we're doing like decade-inspired looks so -- >> genius. >> i want to pay tribute and there's some that you'll be like, oh, that's that artist. you'll know when you see it. it's fun. it was fun this year. >> can you even imagine 12 wardrobe changes?
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brad said he would play along with that too. >> yeah, that's awesome. >> he's going to do 12 too? >> not 12 but you'll see a different era. the first eight minutes tonight, the first eight minutes, they keep saying you got to be there early. >> yeah. >> that's the word on the street. >> that's the sweet spot. >> that's the sweet spot. >> george said it like it was the worst nightmare. >> imagine george's 12 costume changes. it would be like we throw that back on and a different tie. >> got to work on that. >> brad did open up about his 14 wins. you pointed out, only alan jackson and george strait have more cma nods than brad. >> oh, wow. >> pretty good record. finally, "jimmy kimmel live" is wrangling little big town for country music mean tweets, second edition. and we have the first look. watch this. >> why does the blond in little big town have hair like a zoolander villain?
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>> she takes the joke in stride. >> not really. >> not really, yeah. kind of cute but miranda lambert, florida georgia line, we're hoping they have as big a laugh tonight. tune in to "kimmel" at 11:35. that's on abc. mean tweets are so humbling. >> yeah. they get right to it. >> but so mean. >> have you done that? >> yeah. >> i remember you did that. >> there were several. >> you deliver such a good mean tweet because you're such the straight guy. >> what was your mean tweet? >> there were several but one was about eyebrows and that was the good one. >> all right. thank you, sara. coming up, that sleep health alert. kendall jenner revealing she may have a condition that affects millions. it's called sleep paralysis. dr. besser is here with the solutions, and also ginger zee just told us that she suers from this, as well. going to the doctor today, she is. >> yeah, today she is. we're live in nashville this morning, everybody, with lara
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? wake me ? wake me up when it's all over ? back here on "gma," and that is kendall jenner tackling the runway but now the supermodel and reality star is revealing a secret health struggle describing what may be sleep paralysis. abc's paula faris has more. >> everyone says i'm fine but i don't feel fine. >> reporter: in a sneak peek of "keeping up with the kardashians" reality star and supermodel, kendall jenner, revealing a health scare. >> i wake up in the middle of night and i can't move. >> reporter: describing what doctors say could be sleep paralysis when you're temporarily unable to move or speak while falling asleep or waking up, but your mind is completely awake. >> for many people, it's this feeling of almost fear that you
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can't. it typically lasts for a few seconds to as long as two minutes. >> reporter: kendall's mom kris jenner questioning her symptoms and if they're as serious as she feels. >> i think you've just got anxiety. >> i'm done arguing with people because i don't feel fine and i promise you one day when i'm rushed to the hospital, then you guys are going to wake up. >> reporter: jenner, a reality star since 2007, and a professional model since she was 14 years old has admitted to stress in the past. >> a lot of times in our country we're very busy, we're not mang if you're not getting good quality sleep, and you are not getting enough sleep, you're at a greater risk for having sleep paralysis. >> reporter: no one knows for sure how many people suffer from it, but it's most commonly triggered by lack of sleep and stress. for "good morning america," paula faris, abc news, new york. we're going to bring back our chief health and medical editor dr. richard besser and also, ginger, you were talking at the break that this is something that you've suffered with. >> i heard you guys were doing the story just this morning i thought.
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early 20s. when i was diagnosed the first thing i knew was really wrong, excessive tiredness, and i was having sleep paralysis. i thought it was bad nightmares at first. i thought i couldn't -- then your whole body -- you can't move and your brain is going nuts. it's thinking, what is happening? is this a nightmare jo so i kept associating it with that, then i had the other narcoleptic things. i got diagnosed. >> but you're doing -- >> i'm doing much better. i still get it once in a while. now because i know what it i >> people are waking up this morning and going, what are we talking about here? and it is about reducing your stress. we all need to do that. to be able to get some rest -- >> so many people when they heard we were doing this story said that happened to me. that happened to me, and while stress and lack of sleep are the main causes, things like narcolepsy can be there as well but there are things that we can do in terms of improving our sleep and reducing stress that can actually help. >> we have to have a shooting environment. >> yeah, we talked about the importance of routine but there are things you can do to try to
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soothing for you. >> such as? >> well, we know that one of the ways that our body tells itself it's time to go to sleep is there's a rise in a hormone called melatonin. but bright light and blue light can inhibit our body's release of that hormone, so there are things we can do. one is just dimming the lights but a couple of cool things. i've got these orange glasses and when i put those on, take a look, this is what it looks like, the environment changes. >> wow. >> okay, and what that does it allows her body to release more melatonin. so if you put those on for a couple of hours before bed, small studies show it may make you sleepier. on our electronic devices, you can hit something on the app of the devices called night shift, and it turns your screen from blues to oranges. other devices you can download that as well. these are little things that you can do that may help you get a better night's sleep. turning off your electronics an hour before bed is a good thing too. >> do you do things like that? >> i do.
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be number one, which i'm not so great at, especially with our schedule, but i keep the phone away at night. a big one for me. >> and out of the room. >> out of the room. i can tell a big difference and out of the room and then what i also do is that calming, i've been using lavender, some of those things. >> i do that too. >> important. >> bless your heart. >> well -- >> funny when you do stories like that and we're talking and she comes out and goes, hey. >> 1 in 2,000 people have narcolepsy. if you have this get it checked out. >> if you're having a good night's sleep, and you are having this, don't ignore it. coming up, what's being called the anti-helicopter parentin ? anti-helicopter
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back here on "good morning america," a mild morning in new york city, but a warm
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we have all heard of helicopter parenting. some of us may even be guilty of it, but now a dad out west is pushing play time without supervision. becky worley out in san francisco with a closer look at the anti-helicopter trend. hey, becky. >> reporter: good morning, george. call it the free-range play date or kids gone wild. a father of three here in the san francisco bay area says, wild rumpus begin. you're dropping your kid off for a play date, and suddenly, your maternal radar starts pinging. skate ramps with no helmets. a trampoline with no net and wrestling, oh, boy. children jumping off the roof. what? red flag. but if it looks unsafe to me, it's just the opposite for mike lanza, a silicon valley father of three boys who says this is
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problems of childhood. too many screens and lives overscheduled by extracurricular activities. >> we like to think of our yard and the streets around where we live as our playberhood. >> reporter: his idea to create a space where kids can play without many rules and feel empowered. radically unstructured play. >> we get to do whatever we want. >> reporter: lanza has installed in his yard all the things many parents avoid, a park, a trampoline, playhouse climbing structure, and kids love it. they come from all over the neighborhood with their parents' consent, of course. >> what he's countering is children don't get a lot of opportunity to try things for themselves, to take risks, to take on challenges and to decide what they want to do. >> reporter: as i watched these kids playing in the street, mostly making good choices, policing themselves, it reminds
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an era of less parental intervention, more freedom. >> i'm trying to make a whole human being here. >> here i go. >> i'm not trying to make a kid who just knows how to do schoolwork. >> reporter: a little bit controversial at times, because mike sometimes gets those kids play on the roof of his two-story house, but i walked away from that experience empowered to let my kids have more freedoms, find spaces they could call their own and keep them as far away from our roof as possible, george. >> good idea, becky. i'm with you. let's go outside to michael. all right. thank you, george. and let's get back to country music and lara in nashville to find out another cma award winner. hey, lara. >> hello, michael. and hl hello, nashville! [ cheers and applause ] we are having so much fun down here with the cmas and, yes, we are going to announce another cma award right now. this one for musical event of the year, and the nominees are, "different for girls," dierks bentley featuring elle king, "home alone tonight," luke bryan
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"the fighter," keith urban featuring carrie underwood. "think of you," chris young duet with cassadee pope and "you are my sunshine," that's morgane stapleton with chris stapleton. [ cheers and applause ] and the cma award goes to "different for girls," dierks bentley featuring elle king. [ cheers and applause ] dierks will be on stage momentarily. we are going to have a performance live here in gnash victim. look who is here. [ cheers and applause ] we'll go to commercial break, but how are you feeling right now? >> i'm so good. my buddy is the co-writer on this song here, "different for girls." elle king, thank you.
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as the sheriff joe arpaio fights for his job with the voters, he will not have to worry as much about his court battle. his criminal contempt case was supposed to go to the court in early december. now will not move forward until next spring. the criminal charge tied to court orders he violated racial profiling case. >> one group wants to give voters a free ride but only if your vote is against share joe arpaio. he says mention the name of their group to any team 16 taxidriver and they'll take it to the polls for free. we have mostly sunny skies
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? [ applause ] we have a great audience with us. can i just say, okay, these lovely women are from my neck of the woods and what do we say -- >> who dat. we say making groceries. >> thank you. thank you. >> what do they say in wisconsin? >> howdy! >> if you weren't with us last week we were talking about how in different areas of the country i said make groceries, you said you had never heard of ha. >> that took me back to the south, making groceries. let's make some conversation. start us off. >> heated debate, actually, so a lot of home, men versus women, who here fights about where the thermostat should be at?
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so i actually when i was looking at the story because women tend to like it hot ever. men like it cooler. i because of my breast cancer medication are am going through the change so i like it cold because i can't stand to be hot with the hot flashes, but do you all -- are you at all -- >> not anymore. >> ali and i simpatico. >> did you get your -- you give in. >> no, we both like it cold now. >> there's a new article tackling this big divide. the change. robin just got it. >> after i asked him, i got it. too late. >> ali thanks you for for telling everyone. >> why is ha. >> i was more subtle than that. >> i like it cold. why is that? >> men have a higher amount of muscle to generate heat in cold temperature which also helps them with the ability to generate heat while resting.
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metabolic rate that gives them a higher resting temperature so when sleeping they get hotter so like it cooler but, you know, i like it cooler too. >> when somebody looks at george and goes, you're hot. >> exactly. [ applause ] >> very good. very good. all right, now here's what i'm bringing to the table. i got a question. is it ever too early to hear this -- ? all i want tore christmas ? >> yes. >> i >> christmas music. >> that's the first time this year, yeah. >> all year. >> but you know what, people are really upset about playing christmas music -- in fact, four radio staying as cross the country already playing it 24 hours. >> 24 hours? >> 24 hours. >> until christmas. until christmas. we did -- wisconsin, whoa. okay, we did a poll on twitter asking when do you think it's okay to start listening to holiday music and more than
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see there 22% said november 1st. 55% after thanksgiving. i tend to think that. after thanksgiving. >> yep. agreed. >> 16% said december 1st and 7% said never. come on. >> i don't want to be in your family. >> bah humbug. >> do you think -- >> after thanksgiving i want the christmas music playing but not before. >> in hour house it's hard enough to get our kids t to it on christmas music. they want it a -- >> i have a favorite. i have a favorite. ? christmas will be a very special christmas ? >> oh, i could hear that year round. ? sglets bah-dum-bum ? >> before we go i got to ask, what is that? >> a french bulldog in a french bulldog in a special guest at
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>> taking selfies over there. >> clean up after the dog. you know, and this is who i'm bringing to the table. i am bringing one of the stars of mel gibson's new film "hacksaw ridge" to the table. please welcome luke bracey, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> how is it going? [ applause ] luke. >> how is it going. >> very well. >> but, hey, the movie, you grew up in always aufrms the movie was filmed in australia. is that how you got connected with mel? >> no, i think i was just luck y i was in america when i got the film. i got the script and read the script and after i put it down, i wiped the tears from my eyes and called my agent and said i'd
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movie. mel gibson is making it. it's this incredible story. it was kind of a no-brainer but i just happened to luck out it was filmed in sydney and barbecue at my sister's on sundays. >> tell us. >> this conscientious ober saved 75 people by himself. if we put everything he did in the film you wouldn't believe the movie. it would be just -- >> he was out on the battlefield without a weapon. >> without a weapon. the only man in the military world war ii that didn't have a weapon. they tried to court martial and he just went, this is what i believe. i just want to save people. >> i saw it. i had chills the entire time and literally on the edge of your seat watching this man do what he does. i'm listening to you now and three southerners at this table and your accent was incredible. how does an aussie and you're in australia like pull that off. >> i mean i'm a bit of a parrot straightaway. you know, so i kind of can pick up a little bit of it before.
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work. i worked with a dialect coach, the same one andrew and teresa worked with. an absolute genius. >> the southern accent is hard to nail. when people do it wrong it's awful. >> easy to caricature. >> i don't know, practice. practice. >> well, the practice paid off. we got a clip of you and andrew garfield who plays doss. you are in a foxhole. let's take a look at "hacksaw ridge." >> your momma raised you. >> i knew her. she gave me to an orphanage when never saw her again. i learned how to hate quick. i judge people quickly and i got you wrong. [ applause ] >> this movie is a love story but it's all about brotherhood as well. how was the shooting with all these guys. >> it was great. we got down there and such an important story. i think everyone knew how lucky we were to be a part of this story and so everyone was just
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the brotherhood we had on this. everyone came together and was really, really felt fortunate to be telling this story. it was all very organic and it's true. we saw each other a couple of weeks ago and it was like we hadn't left each other, as well. nice to be -- have that connection to some people now forever. >> you were telling me you were in new orleans for a premiere and drew brees' grandfather actually fought -- >> on hacksaw ridge. >> he was there 92 years old and ready to go. they were really moved movie but then afterward they were standing up out of their wheelchairs telling you how mean of a son of a gun they were back in the day. >> shows you did a phenomenal job. we all appreciate it. the movie is "hacksaw ridge" in select theaters opening nationwide on friday. make sure you check it out and coming up, performing live on "gma," dierks bentley.
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i'm back here on "gma." my ladies from oklahoma helping us celebrate because we have a huge update. our big mission pawsible, yeah, 817 dogs have been adopted. you still have time to get involved. the event runs through november 22nd. just have to go to our website for more information and get yourself a pup. you guys having a good morning?
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that weather brought to you by volkswagen and, michael, i see you got a pup of your own. >> this is coco, ginger, and coco is with the man who is changing the face of race car driving. lewis hamilton, fresh off back-to-back grand prix wins in mexico city and austin, texas, pushes for his fourth championship. welcome, man. >> thank you. >> good to see you. >> you know, as we said, i was going to shake your hand. this guy is so hot driving this car, he might burn me. a lot of people think driving a race car pushing a pedal and steering but a lot goes into it. workouts are pretty intense. >> they are. they are. the craziest thing when i tell people we lose up to ten pounds
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crazy. >> everybody wants to lose weight. >> exactly. >> you're a three-time world champion, the first black f1 race car driver. >> yeah. >> but you didn't -- you grew up from humble beginnings. >> yeah. >> your father had to work four jobs at one time to support your raceing. >> it is a really expensive sport and me and my familystumbled on it living in a one-bedroom apartment and something my dad didn't know what to do with me so started racing and it was something i loved doing but, yeah, he had to work four jobs. we didn't have the money to do it. >> i don't know what to do with my son. i'll support him and drive a race car. >> he would tell you don't do it because it's so expensive. >> it paid off big time for you. a phenomenal champion and you have coco who we're doing this dog adoption all month long. incredible for us and and a lot of the pets. >> this is his first u.s. appearance. [ cheers and applause ]
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dogs, i've gone up with dogs and had labradors and the great dane and take coco around with me as much as i can. i have bulldog in uk that just had an operation. >> you're popular with 11 million followers on social media but your dogs have about 100,000. >> i know. it's crazy. >> what kind of indulgences? what is the perks of being with lewis hamilton. >> this one is crazy. she doesn't like to walk anywhere so i have to get an uber to take her to e so she's -- >> uber to take the dog to the park. and just set her on the bench. >> she does her thing then she gets back in the car. >> coco, can we switch lives? i really wouldn't mind that. you're a famous world -- you're famous all over the place but went to heidi klum's halloween party and were unrecognizable. >> nobody knew who i was. >> you went as the joker.
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how long did it take you to put it on. >> 2 1/2 hours to put it on but in england we don't celebrate halloween so when i knew i was going to be here i was like i want to do it for the first time and do it properly so -- >> you got to go big, right you got to go big, good luck, man, on your chase for the fourth championship. we're rooting for you and you know what, lewis hamilton, everybody. coming up, dierks bentley is performing live for us in nashville. we'll be right back. paul b abusivephysical and sexual abuse at a boarding school. woman: a school that used to be run by pinal county sheriff paul babeu. disturbing. man: babeu's school was unlicensed, abusive, and dangerous. woman: paul babeu exposed in a damning home video. man: congressional candidate not only ran a boarding school rife with abuse, he supported the abusive practices and even bragged about them. paul babeu is unfit to represent us. house majority pac is responsible
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get in here. what a wonderful crowd we have and they have a wonderful crowd in nashville as well with our big countdown to the cmas awards. lara, oh, man, with dierks bentley. you give him a big hug from me, lara. >> i will be happy to do that. dierks, i have been instructed to give you a hug. >> thank you. > from the one and only robin
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it is a gorgeous day here in nashville and this man flew all night long to be here from his show in orlando. dierks bentley, everybody. now a cma winner. moments ago. we announced it. how did that feel to get one of the first awards. well, the second award. but it hasn't even started and already a winner. >> it's unbelievable. long time fans. get the day off. >> nice way to start the day. you have two more nom napgs for male vocalist and album of the year for "black." does it take away the wards. >> to get one award under the belt, we're singing it with elle king on the stage and that means
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fans. here since the middle of the night. >> your fans are loyal and know you started here and all began in little bars. >> looking at legends. wolfie's weanary's actually headlining this place, january 21st so very weird to be in the middle of all these -- i played the palm over there and played for a free steak dinner one night >> that's what you got to do. >> i played everywhere there is and this is an amazing gig. would be a dream come true for me. >> hard work pays off. hard work. >> thank you. >> you guys came out early so it's going to pay off right now. it is time for a song. the title track from your number one album here is "black."
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bright those blinds yeah let's just keep them closed ? ? you know my hands they know where to go to find your fingertips ? ? trace them back to your lips take you on a trip and flip that switch ? ? make my world go black hit me like a heart attack ? ? knock me flat on my back yeah just keep doing that ? ? that thing you're doing there brush me with your hair i swear ? ? i don't know how long that i can last make my world go black ? ? black make my world go black black ? ? like your dress on the floor
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? black like a sky with no stars just find me and fall into my arms ? ? make my world go black hit me like a heart attack ? ? knock me flat on my back yeah ? ? just keep doing that that thing you're doing there ? ? brush me with your hair i swear ? ? i don't know how long that i can last ? ? make my world go black make my world go black ? ? hey ? ? ? ? i don't wanna see a thing baby ?
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feel your rush ? ? i don't wanna see a thing i just wanna feel your love ? ? make my world go black hit me like a heart attack ? ? knock me flat on my back yeah just keep doing that ? ? that thing you're doing there brush me with your hair i swear ? ? i don't know how long that i can last ? ? make my world go make my world go black ? ? make my world go black ? ? i don't wanna see a thing i just wanna feel your touch
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[ cheers and applause ] lisa lundskow: luke air force base is not only vital to our national security --
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a powerful advocate for the base, taking a bipartisan approach when securing the fighter pilot training program. lisa lundskow: thousands of jobs depend on luke. without john mccain's leadership and experience - we could have lost many of those jobs. georgia lord: without question, senator mccain's leadership has made arizona and america stronger. john mccain: i'm john mccain
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? "good morning america" is brought to you by prudential. [ cheers and applause ] you guys, the cmas are considered the oscars of country music when it comes to award shows. it will be very special with the 50th tonight. >> no doubt. let's go back to lara in nashville. >> all right, thank you so much, george. guy, you do not want to miss the 50th annual cma awards tonight at 8:00, 7:00 central on abc. now more bentley. he is going to play us off with "somewhere on the beach." >> nashville, tennessee. ? ? bet you think i'm sitting at home no ? ? bet you think that i'm all alone no ? ? bet you think i'm missing you
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known what hell no ? ? i went wheels up on a runway and that ticket was a one-way ? ? i'm somewhere on a beach sipping something strong ? got a new girl she got it going on ? ? we drink all day and party all night i'm way too gone to have you on my mind ? ? she got a body and she's naughty ? ? and she got me like you ain't ever got me ? good morning i christopher. we have a safety alert for you. first we take you to mesa where a razor blade was reportedly
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tortelli, nobody was injured. investigators are still trying to figure out where that came from. a little boy has a welt on his face after he was hit by a paintball near 35th avenue and cactus. but he opened fire and 5-year- old logan is left with the mark just inches below his eye and another little girl was hit the arm. wherever did it >> reporter: away. iris? climbing with 68 at the top of the hour and upper 70s by noon. today the high is 83 degrees with mostly sunny skies and a light winds this afternoon. today stays dry but tomorrow we have rain chances up to 30%. the best chance for rain file will be across the upper train. show low could pick up over an inch of rain today and tomorrow and near 90 by tuesday.
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slow with everything cleared up with the crash on the tunnel. you are still seeing a stolen go until you hit the mini stack. we have a stall on state route 123 from the adot camera. it is blocking the left lane and make sure you stay to the right to get by that crash. mike pence will be in mesa about one hour from now with hillary clinton at asu with both events live on abc15 and degree mobile app. >> reporter: join us next on the sonoran living with a unique cruise around the great lakes. plus, ladies, ready to get your sex vo: 13 year-old sabrina told a school counselor she was raped by her uncle. her counselor called sheriff joe arpaio's office. but arpaio failed to protect her. for three more years, sabrina's uncle continued to rape her -
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remain uninvestigated, while arpaio focuses on his personal agenda. arpaio talks tough,
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