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>> and i'm good morning, america. a major holiday storm hitting the midwest. flash flooding near dallas, one officer washed away during a rescue. snow and ice making roads treacherous. hundreds of flights canceled. and millions more americans on high alert this morning. security scare. this man jumping over the white house fence while the first family celebrates thanksgiving inside. the secret service swarming within seconds, guns drawn. the white house on lockdown. how did he get over the fence? trump in trouble. the republican front-runner accused of mocking a reporter disabled. >> oh, i don't know what i said, i don't remember. >> the newspaper is outraged but trump is not backing down.
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what he is saying this morning. here we go and they're off. the black friday frenzy in full swing this morning. crowds busting through the doors overnight. more than 100 million americans racing to the stores today fighting for the best deals and just plain fighting. this morning, how you can beat the crowds and find the biggest savings of the season. hey, good morning. i'm dan harris. alongside paula faris. this is -- don't adjust your sets. a weekend takeover of the weekday show and sara haines, tom llamas who we consider an honorary member of the weekend team and rob marciano is hiding behind the weather wall right there. >> hey, rob. can you see rob? >> you might be able to see him? >> peeking through. >> we do want to say happy friday, everyone. unlike that video you just saw everybody here is playing nice. no fighting. hope you had a great thanksgiving and now it is time for the shopping.
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>> look at all these people storming the stores out in force this morning trying to grab those great black friday deals on this, america's annual orgy of consumption. >> oh, wow. >> washer and dryer and the vacuum i had my eye on today. don't go near them. >> you're going big. >> i'm going big but could clicking bring better deals than door rushing? our shopping gurus are standing by with the hottest online deals to what not to buy on black friday so you can save even more which is what we like to hear. >> gurus for sure. we start this friday morning with that dangerous holiday storm slamming the middle of the country causing flash flooding and blanketing parts of america with snow and ice and abc's aditi roy kicking us off this morning from denver. aditi, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, dan. boy, these hand warmers are coming in handy. it is frigid here at the denver airport with temperatures in the single digits and across the middle of the country, heavy rain creating treacherous
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this morning, flash floods pounding texas. >> be advised doing a water rescue right now on i-17. >> reporter: the raging waters swallowing vehicles in its path prompting at least ten emergency high water rescues near dallas, one deputy officer washed away during the search for a missing driver. >> she saw a lady's life was in danger and she dropped her gun, dropped her heavy equipment and went into the water to make that rescue. >> reporter: later the officer found hanging on to a tree. >> located the deputy. we are trying to get her out of a tree right now. >> reporter: heavy rain putting the yearly total at more than 53 1/2 inches, a new record. meanwhile, huge swaths of snow and ice sweeping the heartland. turning turkey day into a white thanksgiving for millions. here in colorado more than 200 flights delayed at denver international airport. triggering a travel nightmare for hundreds of stranded passengers.
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>> you can see large parts of the runway glazed in snow. >> when the weather hits you will see the increase in accidents. >> reporter: accidents plaguing holiday travelers across the prairies. slippery conditions ditching cars to the roadside. one after another. gusts of 30 miles an hour blowing the ice. >> the sleet's actually pretty painful. >> reporter: and back here in denver, the snow has let up. that's certainly good news but with those icy conditions that he big challenge. >> stay warm. this storm is a beast on the move this morning and rob marciano is tracking it all. we have've allowed him to emerge from good morning again, sir. >> a lot to talk about. a multifaceted storm system and ongoing water rescues across parts of texas. look at these advisories across the plains. winter storm warnings, ice
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warnings, more importantly for the next 48 hours is the heavy rain falling from midland to dallas up through tulsa and st. louis. there's your ice, obviously, but the rain keeps going for a good two days so we're looking at flooding rains here, dallas has already broken their record for december. rainfall. much more on this plus the fog in the northeast. dan, paula. >> i think whether we like it or not winter is coming. are we ready to accept that fact? >> you sound like "game of thrones." >> i didn't mean that. holiday scare at the white house. a man draped in an american flag jumped over the fence while the first family was inside celebrating thanksgiving. the white house was put on lockdown for several hours and abc's mary bruce is right there for us this morning. good morning, mary. good morning. well, the president and the first family planned to have their holiday meal right here inside the residence, but they probably didn't plan on an un uninvited guest breaching white
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here on their front lawn. a thanksgiving security scare in the nation's capital. this man jumps over the white house fence as the first family celebrates right inside. it's around 2:45 become when joseph caputo dressed in white and draped in an american flag is spotted leaping over the fence onto the north lawn. >> took a huge deep breath and he kind of just said, "all right, let's do this" and before you know it he jumped over the barricade, took off, jumped over that white house fence. >> reporter: caputo steeps to raise his hands in victory. but drops to his knees within seconds as the secret service swarm, their guns drawn. officers carefully search him before taking him handcuffed into custody. part of the white house is locked down for nearly three hours. >> in a park across the street. >> reporter: secret service clear pennsylvania avenue of pedestrians and comb the area before determining there is no threat.
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now, this latest incident comes just months after new spikes were added to the fence here after a string of security lapses. but the new precautions clearly not enough to stop this holiday guest who this morning faces criminal charges. dan. >> hectic scene, mary, thank you. the race for the presidency now and this morning donald trump provoking fresh outrage, this time the republican front-runner is accused of mocking a reporter who has a physical disability. trump, however, says he doubts he ever actually met the reporter in question and tom has more on that story. good morning, again. >> dan, good morning to you. all over the country trump tells his crowds how much he hates the media. that 70% of journalists are dishonest then imitates some reporters he permanent atly can't stand all part of the trump stump speech but now some say he may have crossed the line just to get some laughs. in a campaign of firsts donald trump appearing to go where no presidential candidate has gone before, the republican
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carolina this week appearing to mock a journalist who is disabled. >> now the poor guy, you got to see this guy, i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember. >> reporter: that reporter, "the new york times" serge kovaleski who has a chronic condition affecting his joints that limits flexibility in his arms. on thanksgiving trump tweeting, i do not know the reporter for for"the new york times" or what he looks like. i was showing a person groveling to take back a statement made long ago. "the new york times" saying we're outraged that he would ridicule the physical appearance of one of our reporters. it came as trump defended his claim that he saw people in new jersey cheering on 9/11, law enforcement and government officials now denouncing that as false but this is hardly the first time trump has come under fire for offending someone from some mexican immigrants in that campaign kickoff speech. >> they're bringing drugs. they're bringing crime. they're rapists. >> reporter: to senator john mccain. >> he's not a war hero. i like people that weren't captured, okay. >> reporter: to women.
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>> you've called women you don't like fat pigs. >> only rosie o'donnell. >> oh, i don't know what i said. oh, i don't remember. >> reporter: trump not backing down this time either also tweeting, "if mr. kovaleski is handicapped i would not know because i do not know what he looks like. kovaleski says he covered trump for years and in an interview with "the washington post" kovaleski says, he was sure trump remembered him and his condition. and if you think this may be the end of trump, think again. nearly every time he's had a controversy his poll numbers have gone up and up. we'll see what happens with this controversy, guys. >> if his past has told anything those indiscretions haven't hurt him. >> true. we move to the black friday frenzy, more than 100 million americans are expected to flood stores today. the mad rush actually began last night but if you'd like to skip the chaos and still get great savings all in favor say aye. >> aye. >> thank you, sara. only sara joins me on that one, abc's rebecca jarvis is at a
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target store in chicago with all the details. good morning, rebecca. >> reporter: i'll join you, good morning, aye would like to get the deals without going into the stores. target announcing they had record sales online and that's because so many of the record deals are now online. the top seller, the ipad at target. they say they sold a new ipad every single second. yesterday. they came. they shopped. they conquered. overnight crowds of people flooding in stores across the country, walmart, best buy, target and toys "r" us all hoping to catch consumers first with doors open before you could digest the turkey. >> they have a bluetooth speaker, panasonic blu-ray player, beatsheadphones. >> get our thanksgiving early to come get in line early. >> the deals is why we're shopping on black friday.
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brawl breaking out in one kentucky mall. fists flying as shoppers flee. but overall this year's thanksgiving shopping scene seemingly a bit more tame. in part because many retailers touting online deal the same if not better than what you'd find in stores making it easier than ever to avoid the commotion completely. >> i thought maybe the line would be a few blocks. took us only five minutes to get in. >> reporter: if you weren't among the crowd, there's still plenty of time to join the expected 136 million people who plan to shop over thanksgiving weekend. 75% of those shoppers will be out today for black friday deals. and for anyone who is planning to hit the tors today google as this new future called think with google and they tell you all the peak times, the times to go to retailers, the time to skip retailers. this he say between 2:00 and 4:00, that will be maximum capacity. that's when the most people will be hitting stores so you go
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before or after that, dan, and you are likely to have a little less stressful time in your holiday shopping. >> does the app tell you when to sit on the couch and watch television? >> reporter: that's all day long especially if "gma" is on. >> fair enough. all right, rebecca, thank you. we should say one of the most prominent players in the black friday binge is, of course, toys "r" us. we have a live look at the flagship store right across the treat from our studio right here in times square and joining us in our studio is the new ceo of the company, dave brandon, good morning, sir. >> good morning. >> so we have footage of people invading the stores yesterday when you opened on thanksgiving itself. i understand you were actually working in the flagship store right here in times square. how is business thus far. >> it was fun to be there last night. we had lines going around the block and when the doors opened at 5:00, it was quite a scene and the store was really full and people were actively shopping and it was a good sight for those of us who want to have a great start to the season. >> yeah, music to your eyes. so we have toys here.
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walk us through what you expect to be the hot toys this season. >> well, we have a broad array of toys, you're going to have your staples. sell a lot of barbie dolls and play-doh and legos and games but a lot of what you're seeing this year is technology being brought to the toy industry and so we have everything from this is clever keet, it sells for $39.99. a parakeet you can own. you don't have to clean the cage. he'll speak to you. he'll learn your name. he'll swing, he'll dance. you can carry him around on his little perch. he'll eat. he'll do everything that a real parakeet do except little cleaner, little easier. >> fewer droppings. what else you got? >> this is smart toy bear. we have a smart toy bear and a smart toy on ki. this is actually a cloud-based toy. you can plug this into your phone and download information as a parent and get this toy to help your child learn how to brush their teeth, learn how to eat well.
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camera in its nose where you can actually put flash cards in front and it will actually perform different tasks and interact with the child in a very educational way. >> that's really cool. we have a few seconds left. "star wars" is coming out being released by our parent company disney in the not too distant future. will this play a huge role in the coming season, r2-d2. >> we have a part of our store dedicated to "star wars." this drone is a perfect example of the kind of thing we have. this makes noises, it spin, it goes forward and backwards. it flashes a silhouette of princess leia up on the wall. it does all kinds of cool interactive things and we have just about everything you could imagine "star war" related in ames anticipation of the upcoming movie. >> one i would play with and not let my son have. >> r2-d2 sounds a lot like you, dan. where to score the best deals and how to get strategic, we
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abc's becky worley joins us from san francisco with all of the secrets. good morning, becky. help us out. >> reporter: good morning, paula. yeah, the big news this black friday, the online deals are finally finally comparable to the in-store deals. walmart says 96% of the deals they offer in store are also available online and that 4%, it's mostly limited inventory doorbusters that have already come and gone. what's new we're seeing retailers push shoppers to mobile by offering app only deals. one i saw, rebecca minkoff bag, 55% off. >> so walk us through some of the other deals and tell us if we should wait for clothing for cyber monday. >> yeah, today is the day. let's start with phones. buy a phone today if you need one, the samsung galley s6, their note 5 both only a penny at target. love those. also at target, apple watch deal. $349.
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$100 gift card. staying on apple, the mini 4, 399 at meijer bundled with a $125 gift card. kindle fire tablet, $35, that's just insane and you asked about clothing, kenneth cole, 50% off. the gap 50% off. cole hahn, 30% off. some may be more discounted on cyber monday but lots more we'll dig into. >> i know all the info is on our website online at "gma" on yahoo! see you in a little bit. the other stories breaking this morning and tom has that. >> that's right. we start in chicago. protesters angry over the shooting death of an african-american teen by a white chicago police officer are threatening to shut down black friday shopping. after days of protests demonstrators will march along the city's famed magnificent mile calling for justice for 17-year-old laquan mcdonald who
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was shot 16 types by officer jason van dyke. to the latest arrested linked to the deadly terror attacks in paris, two weeks after the massacre two more people have been detained during raids in belgium. officials say one person is being held as a suspect and the other may be a witness. meanwhile, the 130 people killed in the attacks were remembered this morning, france marked a national day of mourning with an emotional ceremony. a blimp flying over holiday traffic in new york was suddenly blown off course hovering close to power lines. the pilot knew he couldn't reach the airport so he found a safely. >> there you go. >> finally, one nfl quarterback had the day off yesterday and we know exactly what he was up to. too bad his kids didn't. there they are innocently playing around in the backyard of leaves unaware they were that right there. >> oh, my word. >> oh. >> guys, that's tom brady scaring the heck out of his kids.
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closing in on 1.5 million views. there's two camps here. the camp that says that's really funny and there's the other camp that is really creepy. >> the other camp says years and years of therapy. >> daughter knows that? >> that was amazing. >> dan, how do they say scary with a boston accent? >> i'm not going to pull -- wait until the 8:00 hour. i'll pull out my boston accent. >> rob marciano can do it quite well. >> i sure can.
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wasn't hurt during that >> another update on the icy
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conditions in the plains in a few minutes. back over to you. >> you can go back around the corner now. we love you. >> see you later. >> we have so much more ahead. beware of black friday hackers. how to spot a cyberthreat that might steal your personal data. mystery in the paternity ward. a mom who thought her baby was gone after a hospital nightmare. the remarkable reunion. i sure had a lot on my mind when i got out of the hospital after a dvt blood clot. what about my family? my li'l buddy? and what if this happened again? i was given warfarin in the hospital
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good morning, it's 7:24 this friday, november 27th. i'm ken rosato, and we have breaking news on this morning's commute. it is a mess on the eastbound lanes of grand central parkway. still shut counsel right now after a deadly double fatal accident. eyewitness news reporter kala rama is live in astoria with
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you that speed was a factor in that deadly crash that killed two men today. take a look, eastbound lanes of the grand central parkway still shut down as police are investigating this and take a look, it's right under us, the white box truck is right under the overpass. you can see it was pulled over on the shoulder and it appears that a black hyundai elantra that was driving at a high rate of speed down grand central in the eastbound lanes slammed into the back of that parked truck. police tell us the driver 35- year-old man in the white box truck stayed on scene and he was not hurt and he is cooperating. since the eastbound lanes are still shut down, cars are being diverted off the 31st street exit you can go about a half mile down and get back on. we're live in queens, kala rama, channel 7 eyewitness news. thank you. and we get more on the commute now with debbie duhaime. >> thanks a lot ken. as we go over to the map seeing that map on the eastbound grand central all lanes closed over the rfk bridge. so again you definitely want to
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down to the 59th street bridge instead. alternate side of the street parking rules in effect for
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back to you ken. it's black friday and that means holiday shopping season is officially underway. and for some people, the deals and the disgowns started last night. just as soon as the turkey dinner was done. macy's says 15,000 shoppers stormed the flagship store in herald square last night when doors opened at 6:00 p.m., nearly 60% of all americans are expected to hit the stores sometime between today and sunday. maybe -- meteorologist amy freeze will be one of those no. i'll shop online but i will give you a little advantage and that's with warm temperatures you can pretty much leave the coats a home. now. the sun comes up and the dense
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fog should -- improve visibility. with that sunrise. less than a mile for morristown and islip. areas dealing with the dense fog right now. country. for us here though everything is good. average. until that front comes through and then we significantly cool it down to the second half of the weekend. so for today, it's a high of 64 degrees in new york city. so edgy the day and -- enjoy
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hey, happy friday. welcome back to "gma." the race is on. more than 100 million shoppers flooding stores today trying to grab those door buster deals and find the biggest savings, black friday shoppers are expected to spend an average of nearly $370 each, up 25% from last year. >> how much time are they spending out there, as well? a lot. >> that's a stat i don't have. i'm sure it's a lot. >> which you can never get back. you know it's black friday when you come to work at 4 a.m. and you see people with huge shopping bags. >> yeah, i'm not quite sure what those shopping bags were filled with. >> we routinely see people at 4 a.m., not with shopping bags in hand. the major storm in the middle of the country could wreak havoc.
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are on alert for flash flooding, snow and ice from st. louis to dallas and donald trump stirring up controversy this morning on the campaign trail again accused of mocking a "new york times" reporter with a disability. the republican front-runner says he doubts he ever met the people aren't just gearing up for the holidays by hitting the stores. sara, tell us about that. >> it is time, paula, time to put up those christmas decorations. you'll never guess what song to. it's not this one. ahead in "the speed feed" and why some neighbors want to pull the plug on decking the halls. >> what song? >> we talk about these displays all the time. would you want to live next door >> never. >> absolutely not. >> or live in that. >> blackout blinds. windows. much more from sara coming up. a black friday warning while out hunting for the best deals you should be on the lookout, sad to say, for hackers trying
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to access the personal information on your phone and abc's gio benitez is here with gio, good morning. >> reporter: hey, dan, good morning. retailers are offering shoppers good deals exclusively through apps but hackers are now taking advantage of that so this morning pay close attention to this warning. black friday, the biggest shopping day of the year. but while shoppers are swarming for this season's hottest gifts, hackers are after a treat of their own, your personal data. >> you're being tricked into installing this application and you're giving it all sorts of per migs. >> reporter: that's right. malware that one company says is disguised as an android app supposedly offering early access to amazon.com deals. cybersecurity firm zscaler said they discovered the impostor. >> you're installing a trojan horse on your phone effectively. >> reporter: you get a link to download this fake app. it appears on your smartphone.
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so you really have no way to tell by looking at it it's not the real deal. >> reporter: when you try to open it it gives an error message. even if you delete it zscaler says the malware is now installed and runs in the background. >> you're giving it access to your text messages, access to your call logs, they can tap into your contacts, attack friends of yours. >> reporter: zscaler said hackers could use your phone to make money by programming your phone to call or text premium 800 numbers, since the hackers register those numbers, zscaler says some of the money goes straight to the hackers. in a statement to abc news, the real amazon.com says we take security very seriously and we encourage customers to download content only from sources they trust such as amazon. google developer of android says the fake app has never been available on google play. now, there are ways to protect yourself. >> first off you don't want to install things from third party app stores. >> reporter: don't forget to
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>> when you're installing it it'll show you all of the per migs and if you're paying attention and you should, you'll see that you're giving it all kinds of access, so you should really pay attention to those when you install an app. >> that's right, pay attention. now one cybersecurity firm says they've discovered the most advanced scam yet. right at the point of sale. hackers have now developed malware to infect store computers and they're going to steal your credit card info from that so the best advice, check those statements often. you're not responsible for any of these fraudulent charges. >> it makes me not want to use my phone ever. the only way to really protect yourself. >> the new scam is at the store when you're swiping your card. >> i'll do all your shopping for you. >> sounds perfect? happy holidays. we want to move to a startling story. a mystery in the maternity room. a mother and her baby separated at birth finding each other decades later. it's an unbelievable story with so many unanswered questions and we get more now from abc's
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deborah roberts. >> my daughter. >> mom. >> reporter: zella jackson-price's heartwarming reunion with her long lost daughter diane. it all began with this message from diane gilmore's twin daughters. >> said like hello my name is mehiska jackson. i believe you're my grandmother and your my mom's mom. >> my mother was born november 25th, 1965, she said in st. louis, missouri in homer phillips hospital. does that ring a bell. >> reporter: sure did. she agrees to a donald trump match. >> and it came out 99.9997. that's my baby. >> we found your mom. we found your mother. >> yeah, mom. >> reporter: but how mom and daughter were separated five decades ago is a mystery. myself. nobody was with me, no one. >> reporter: she says she gave birth here at homer g. phillips hospital but minutes later she
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who takes her newborn baby girl and vanishes. >> they came and told me your baby passed. >> reporter: but now she knows her baby lived and has hired a brash tough-talking attorney al watkins to find out how it could have happened. >> babies were being sold out of the parking lot. it was pay for play, cash on delivery. >> reporter: the day we visited watkins office here's the scene we found. one anxious mother after another, all with the same searing question, could my child still be alive? >> they just took my baby and i want my baby back. >> reporter: u.s. attorney richard callahan began an investigation. >> if true, it was something terrible going on at the time that nobody knew about. >> reporter: but "20/20" conducted its own eight-month investigation examining hospital records that tell a different story. the results stunning. >> this sounds like, what, the stuff of mystery novels. >> the only mystery is why the allegations were made to begin with.
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>> reporter: for "good morning america," deborah roberts, abc news, new york. >> some pretty outrageous claims. can you imagine? >> absolutely not and the way they did that story, i now really feel like i have to watch the show tonight. >> i know. "20/20," we do want to mention as deborah said they actually conducted a month's long investigation on zell's story as well as the claims that babies were sold out of the parking lot including dna testing, another possible long lost mother mother/daughter reunion. tonight at 10:00 eastern, 9:00 central right here on abc. miss. >> absolutely not. we want to say coming up new video of that hero medical student shot trying to represent rescue a young woman. morning. extraordinary. "gma on the money" revealing travel insider secrets to making
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and back now with "gma on the money" and black friday is not just about deals from retailers, dan was looking forward to this story. you can save big on travel at abc's rebecca jarvis joins us again with how to cut your vacation costs even more. hi, rebecca. >> reporter: hey, paula, yes, it is a great time of year for that. we've shown you the great deals on tvs and toys and ipads, but did you know right now is one of the best times of the year to book that travel? day-to-day life in the feinstein house is -- >> very crazy. three busy kids. >> reporter: so a family vacation is a much needed time relaxed. button. >> reporter: but their dream vacation to key west is proving to be cost prohibitive. with a budget of $4500, their current itinerary is over budget. >> the cost dramatically affects our ability to take vacation. >> reporter: enter genevieve
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brown, abc news' own travel insider. her first point of business, flights and rental cars. they want to fly directly into key west. >> it's a little more remote than a lot of destinations and that makes it a little bit difficult to get to. >> reporter: instead, always fly into larger airports. changing the arrival airport to miami and driving to key west. >> philly to miami. all of a sudden that $480 flight is $138. we have now taken the price of your flights from $2400 to $700. >> wow. >> reporter: that's a savings of $1700. >> rental cars, intermediate car priced at $33 a day, that's a big difference from $78 a day. >> reporter: next hotels. use hotel booking websites like backbid which asks show at thes to bid for your business or hotelied that uses your social media profile and matches you to hotels. if you're less than 30 days out
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our family wants to stay at a four star hotel. so backbid is finding them a comparable deal for close to $1,000 less. >> $214 a night. >> oh, my goodness. >> reporter: with this revised itinerary they're now under budget from over $5,000 to $1720. >> reporter: in all our experts saving this family more than $4,000. more than $4,000 in savings. imagine that. you don't have to because right now like we said is one of the best times of the year to save airfares. we've seen a number of offers this morning as low as 75% off and hotwire.com crunched the numbers on this. they found that december 1st if you want to get the very best deals on hotels, december 1st is the day to book on average, 15% off, dan and paula, so all i ask is where are we going? >> that's exactly right.
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>> we'll get back with you on that one. how about that? under budget. that is music to our ears. we can invite everybody actually. i think we can expand the party. >> we can let rob come out from behind the weather wall. it's going to be awesome. >> thanks, rebecca. coming you, the craziest christmas lights you've ever seen coming up next in our "speed feed" with the inimitable
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time for "the speed feed." hainesy, what you got? >> 25% of americans tart their holiday decorating the weekend after thanksgiving but a lot of people just can't wait for that and, in fact, 43% start their decorating before thanksgiving week. just check out some of these over-the-top displays getting hundreds of thousands of views on youtube. heavy metal lights posted by, of course, slayer bob. noisy but otherwise pretty maybe a little christmassy and what about these giant lightsabers, another bob, the guy who made them says he knows they're crazy and ridiculous but the kids think they'll great and end up as part of a larger christmas display but sometimes people are not so cool with this stuff. in plantation, florida, authorities are trying to pull a plug on this massive display calling it a nuisance, too noisy
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and saying it causes excessive traffic understandably. the hyatt family that puts up the display says it's their tradition and use it to raise money up to charity, up to year. we hope for patience with your neighbors and understanding. >> if i lived next to the heavy metal people i'd make a nice call to my attorney. >> you would take your drum set out and play along. >> what was that, slipknot. >> was it slipknot. >> do you think i know a heavy metal band. i listen to the indigo girls. slipknot. >> not quite. but when we come back at the top of the hour, super shopping secrets, what you should buy right now and what you can wait for, also tom will have all the latest headlines, keep it here, much more "gma" coming up. coming up "gma's" countdown by walmart.
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authorized dealer. gorge, it's 7:56 this friday, november 27th. aye ken rosato. we have breaking news in queens, two men are dead in a high speed wreck that shut down the eastbound grand central parkway. the car hit back of a disabled -- hit the back of a disabled box truck pulled over in the right lane near the 31st street commit in a-- exit in astoria. 7:56. we check the commute with debbie duhaime. >> rig out to the accident scene here on grand central parkway, still closed here at 31st street because of this ongoing investigation going over to the maps you will see delays back to the rfk bridge. and another accident at the rfk bridge wasegooses cleared as well and also the cross bronx moving westbound to jerome avenue an accident. buses and subways running on or close to schedule.
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parking rules in effect in effect. back over to you. ken? thank you, meteorologist amy freeze in for bill with the accuweather forecast. >> ken good morning, outside right now the sun is up and it looks beautiful outside. we are still having some issues with patchy dense fog it's because of the warmth that was trapped at the surface and we can take the temperatures into the low to mid-60s for the afternoon. poughkeepsie and possibility sell low and even belmar will see all of this improving and the dense fog advisory is expected to expire by 9:00 a.m. this morning. comfortable this afternoon with high of 64. tonight we go down to 50 degrees and tomorrow cooler with a high of just 57 and spotty showers. ken? >> all right, thank you so much amy. and it is black friday and that means that shoppers are hitting the stores on long island. roosevelt field mall had a steady stream of shop -- stream of shoppers into the mall overnight. they stayed open because of a steady demand of shoppers. >> we're not going to stop them
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customers that want to shop we want to be convenience for the customers, definitely there were people shopping. >> nearly 60% of all americans are expected to hit the stores
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. dramatic new video of that hero medical student who helped rescue a young woman. the miracle that saved him from a deadly bullett and how he's holding up this morning. holiday toiler. the holiday craze that might have you pulling your hair out. >> we threw bunchems at each other. >> why bunchems have parents going crazy. >> is your kitchen in leftover overload? the mouthwatering recipes you've never seen before and the surprising ingredients to make your perfect post-turkey day sandwich. fireball >> all that plus superstar pitbull and mariah carey as we
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>> good morning, america. [ cheers and applause ] >> we do want to say good morning, america. something looks different, the weekend crew has invaded your friday. >> taken over times square. >> the bosses are nervous. >> you know who's not nervous and who else is taking over, mariah carey, taking on a few firsts. talking about her new book this morning as well as her directorial debut. we cannot wait for that especially dan. >> we have a great crowd here at times square on a friday morning. thank you for coming out. on a holiday weekend. let's be honest, they're here to say sara haines, we're cool with that. >> it's okay, i know. >> we should say millions of americans are heading to stores all over the country. they'll be packed with shoppers hunting down those black friday bargains this morning but you might, might score a better deal if you hold off on your shopping spree just a little longer. our becky worley is here with some clever ideas coming up.
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>> i love it when you talk about getting a bargain, dan. shop. >> there's nothing sexier. inside to tom llamas with this morning's rundown. >> the big story, high water rescues near dallas. flash flooding pounding parts of texas, swallowing up vehicles overnight. during the search for one missing driver, an officer was actually washed away. she was later found hanging on to a tree. the national weather service now says this officially the wettest year ever in that area. rob's forecast just ahead. a holiday security scare at the white house after a man draped in an american flag jumped the fence. the first family was at home celebrating thanksgiving when this happened. the man joseph caputo was quickly taken into custody. you can actually see it happen, the secret service moved in. the white house was on lockdown for several hours because of this. a charter flight carrying more than 140 people to mexico city hit the tarmac hard after its landing gear collapsed. you can see it there.
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left side wheel buckle. passengers nervous as you can imagine were shocked. nobody injured. a clearer picture of the moments before and after a horrific attack in new orleans. new video showing a medical student staring down the barrel of a gun after stepping in to help a stranger. more from abc's ryan owens. >> reporter: a new look this morning at the bravery of a good samaritan. his willingness to help nearly got him killed. this surveillance video first obtained by fox station wvue shows 25-year-old med student peter gold checking on an intoxicated woman on a new orleans sidewalk just after 4:00 a.m. friday. the man who just robbed her pulled a gun on him. gold was shot once in the stomach, police say the shooter then tried to finish him off with a few bullets to the brain, but remarkably, his gun jams. >> male shot in the stomach. >> reporter: new orleans police have since arrested euric cain
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and charged him with attempted murder. the new video shows people trying to help tulane university student peter gold after he was shot. even the young woman he saved comes to and tries to crawl toward the good samaritan. gold is spending this holiday at the hospital, a place he normally works. this morning he's in stable condition and his family says he continues to improve. for "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, dallas. >> and we thank ryan for that story. new details in that e. coli outbreak linked to costco that sickened at least 19 people in 7 states. so it turns out the veggie mix used in the costco chicken salad is being recalled. the celery and diced onion mix from taylor farms is used in salads in packaged foods sold at target and starbucks. finally forget about playing dead or rolling over, this dog has much more of an impressive trick up her sleeve. check this out, a black lab
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she's been trained to dive for lobsters, people. her owner simply has to point in the right direction, lila goes down, jumps in, scoops up a live lobster and brings it back to the boat. her owner says the key to success is associating training with fun as he devours lobster after lobster. i don't know. this could be the greatest dog ever. >> i hope he gets some of the lobster afterwards. [ cheers and applause ] >> i can't get my cats to do anything. that is just fantastic. >> because they're cats. >> because they're cats, dan. they don't do anything. how do you stay lobster in -- >> i did say i would use my boston accent in the second hour. lobster. you're welcome. sara, that's going on? >> the black friday frenzy is just getting started. why you should focus more on the when than where to get the best deals. plus, mariah carey has "all i want for christmas is you" for your kids.
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there's been an awakening. have you felt it? >> yes. >> i don't have words for how excited a many for this. welcome back to "gma." a thanksgiving treat or a post-thanksgiving treat for "star wars" geeks everywhere. that was new footage of the new "star wars" movie, "the force awakens." it's a tv spot, a whole lot of action in there and all of the stars of the highly anticipated movie are going to be here in times square starting on monday. >> are you allowed to actually come to this studio on monday? >> i'm allowed to stand in the room and just watch them. it's going to be awesome. >> i'm so intrigued. my kids are getting into it. i want to know who the new darth vader is. >> you'll find out. all will be revealed in a few weeks. abc's becky worley joins us again, tells us what to buy
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cyber monday to snag. hey, becky. >> good morning, dan. yeah, sometimes the best price is based on where you buy. sometimes when you buy so let's get right to our black friday buy now list. clothing, it's seriously discounted today, the gap, 50% off everything. athleta, 20% off, trina turk, 30% off, uniqlo, has deals. overseas bane suits, $129. more discounting cyber monday but you got to try it on. >> huge sales on electronics yesterday. was that the day to buy or are there any deals left there? >> yeah, tv prices were slashed yesterday. they're always a hot door buster item but there are plenty of good deals left today. you need a tablet, the ipad mini 2, this isn't the most current but it's still a good device, it's $199 at walmart.
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that's 70 bucks off. today's the best day for headphone, speakers, beats are on sale at radio shack over 25% off. and over a million drones are expected to sell this holiday. this is the parrot drone. it's $100 off at target. by the way, this is not the toy we're worried about getting caught in children's hair but it could happen so i'll put that down. >> i'm sure the faa is delighted about the million drones being sold. i understand you're big on discounted gift cards. any deals there today? >> it's like free money. you should look for itunes gift cards in the 20% off range today. amazon has a great gift card deal. buy a $50 card, you get a free $10 credit and the best source, the gift card hub at ebay where the company sells directly to you. this is not buying from other there. >> becky, thanks so much. we want to tell everybody for more on today's sales and the
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on cyber monday you can go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! >> these are the little toys getting stuck. >> the bunchems. >> don't stick it in your hair. >> his hair is like a thing of magic. one of the hottest toys as some parents say it's causing a bunch of problems. get it, bunch. bunchems are colorful building balls but the story we first saw in "wall street journal." when not used properly they don't just stick to each other they're getting stuck in kids' hair. >> they stick to each other and build like no other. they're -- >> all: bunchems! >> these bunches of bunchems have kids going crazy. >> the amazing new shapeable bit that sticks and stays and pulls away for endless play. >> they're essentially little building blocks to bill and create all these different shapes and even animals. >> the trendy must have toy this season had texas mom bonnie brushwood tangled in knots, literally. >> the hair came in one direction and then it came in
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kind of tangled together and we were lost. >> reporter: for over three hours she picked and pried over 65 colorful mini balls out of her daughter and two friends' hair. >> i thought it sounded fun so we threw bunchems at each other. >> there's others with bunchems conundrums. one mom writing online have a 5-year-old who gets on your nerves? then give them this and let them play with it unsupervised. another dad on amazon posting i can't feel my arms now after attempting to pull this spawn from hell toy that matted itself into her hair like nothing ever witnessed before. well, bunchems maker spinmaster has warning labels on the box the company told abc news we recently changed the color of identifiable. we are also very careful to avoid depicting any creations in our marketing materials that show an end result that could be worn or placed on or near hair. and since receiving complaints,
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untangle tutorial. >> gently and pull and slide to the end. >> reminds me of burs like you found outside. >> me and dan are hair. >> i did that at commercial. >> what a way to ruin my toupee. >> you don't have a tu pew. >> came out eastly, though. an unconventional family being called the new kardashian, kardashian,s, the keswanis have fans glued to their web series, take a look. move over, kardashians, meet the new reality tv family, taking the internet by storm. the keswanis as complex as they are popular. dad anil, doctor turned hospital executive, mom, vaishali, on tom miss turned family manager. big nik, a vine superstar with
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living with a rare medical condition. sarina teenage pageant princess and baby devina, 6 years old and transgendered all-stars of "the keswanis" a mott modern family. >> what we're about and what our family is about is teaching acceptance and demonstrating it. >> reporter: nism k, no stranger to the limelight. battles a rare form of dwarf ivenlg that's left him partially blind and deaf never once stopping him from entertaining his fans. >> i don't care how popular i get as long as people enjoy them. >> reporter: devina knowing herself at a young age. >> i was born a boy but i didn't ever felt like a boy. >> reporter: her parents learning to accept another daughter into their family. >> i saw the signs very early on and frankly i didn't want to see them. it got to the point where i could no longer deny her. >> reporter: believing their
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impact beyond their family of five. >> i truly believe that we are going to change the world by having other parents understand that accept your child. >> so pretty interesting family that i think my eyes will be glued to for sure. >> my eyes are glued to this table. >> doesn't even smell like leftovers. so what do you do with all those leftovers? some ideas to help you spice things up joined by stephanie smith, the senior editor of yahoo! food author of "300 sandwiches." please welcome, stephanie, everybody. [ applause ] and there you go. so nobody wants to waste a turkey or ham for that matter so it's all about kicking it up a notch. what's your number one go to bit of advice? >> to have fun you have all that turkey and all those trimmings in your refrigerator and so many different combinations of things you can make so get creative. >> okay. >> you can have so much fun with what you make. >> all right so what are we making?
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>> first the "gma" thanksgiving -- >> called the "gma." >> i made it up for you guys. you guys have your own sandwich. >> 301. >> monte christos are ham and i did it with a thanksgiving twist. with cranberry sauce and turkey. first all you do is smooth on a little bit of cranberry sauce on to your bread, use whatever bread you like. i like to do two sides because i like it sweet. >> that's what i'm talking about, a little sweet. >> and put a little bit of brie, i use it because it melts down nicely. >> do you need help? should we help you. >> it's sticky. >> layer that on. >> yeah. >> then i like to do -- >> cheating? >> cheating. >> wait 30 seconds. that's okay. >> she can't even wait 30 seconds to eat, everybody. >> that's what happens at my house too. people can't wait -- >> she's pregnant. give her a free pass. >> exactly.
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>> okay, so that's assembled. egg wash and combine egg and milk. cinnamon and nutmeg, just dump that in. >> then you put that in there and that's the monte christo. >> that's the one i should have tried. >> and i like to serve it nice and hot. take it out. bitter hot. >> see your next one. >> exactly, exactly. >> now you take that, paula. i want to make sure she gets it. the second sandwich. >> the second one -- that's delicious, right? >> i love it. it's pretty good, right? >> good food. >> this is my favorite sandwich. this is a shooter sandwich. basically what you do is aisle pile all of your leftovers into one sandwich and take a round loaf of bread and layer on what you like, press it down and cut it into -- >> what about the third? >> that is the curry turkey salad.
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i shush it with curry. >> give it a little pop. >> use whatever bread you like. wheat, white, whatever. >> take a bite of this. go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! for the monte christo plus other treats. we want to send things over to rob and stephanie. oh, my word, this is amazing. want a bite? >> sure. >> oh, yeah. how tasty is that. the holiday is not only about food but obviously about giving back. especially to children of families in need. for more than six decades our parent disney has supported the u.s. marine corps reserves toys for tots with a $5,000 donation this year. joining me is gunnery sergeant benjamin ortiz. why is this important for the marines to be part of it. >> it's important because it gives us an opportunity to give back to our community and gives hope to the children that are underprivileged that don't have a toy for this christmas. so it's super important. >> well not only do you serve
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and protect us but you're giving back. we appreciate both of you somethings dressed this their dress blues looking good and we've got families donating. this is a wonderful program. here's how you can be a part of it. joy. a toy, it's not just a thing it's a chance to spread joy from one person to another. this holiday season be inspired. donate a new unwrapped toy to
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toysfortots.org/ toys for tots, get on it. the guys have something to say. >> all: sara, back to you. >> oh. i good a little nervous. best throw ever. thank you, gentlemen. >> speaking of flowing, you know, tom and i have a bunch of these. >> keep your bunchems on your side of the couch. we still got a full serving of celeb instagrams. one direction's liam dressed to impress in the kitchen across the pond wishing their u.s. fans a happy turkey day then supermodel super chef chrissy teigen baked some fab sweet potato streusel pie. >> is she wearing clothes. >> of course she is.
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lucky calling this dish pumpkin failure a la mode and saved it with the a la mode. meanwhile, the rock shared a video of his adorable french bulldog hobbes who doesn't seem especially thankful right now. don't read that that face. >> on this thanksgiving, we got let's roll. >> oh, wow. >> tuckered out. >> that is totally not the kind of dog i would think the rock would have. i would think he would have a rottweiler. >> i got to meet him. he's really like sensitive on the inside. perfect kind of man. i guess he did not want to smell what the rock -- i had to. >> if you're really good you can have the rest of this. >> two more to go. we've got a little music to set the mood for this next big announcement. that's right, guy, monday marks the 50th anniversary of "a charlie brown christmas" and we are throwing a huge party.
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your 50th chris ma'am, charlie brown." wah-wah. >> isn't that how the teacher. >> wah-wah. >> that's usually what dan and rob say we sound like in it is. there will be live performances of iconic songs from the series and hollywood notables are set to take a trip down memory lane reminisceing about their favorite charlie brown christmas moments. you can catch it all here on abc eastern. and finally i love this, beyonce has long known the many benefits of the wind machine as most of us girls do and thankfully pets are getting in on the action. check out these pups whipping their fur back and forth as they get a blow dry. >> sexy. >> jess captures her customers in slow motion and then sets the video to music to match the pet's personality. this pamper poodle loves taylor swift.
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daydreams look in your eyes >> it should go without saying that jess and her dogs are a >> greatest "pop news." you. >> because you love me. mariah carey talking about her new book and directorial debut and, yes, totally love you. next week "star wars" explodes on to "gma." monday "star wars" director j.j. abrams, tuesday, han solo himself, harrison ford. plus, the cyber monday "deals &
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on "gma." good morning, it's 8:2724 friday, november 27th, i'm ken rosato. two men are dead in a high speed wreck that shut down the eastbound grand central parkway. their car hit the back of a disabled box truck. it was pulled over in the right lane near the 31st street exit in astoria. the driver was not hurt and he stayed at the scene and is talking with police. just getting new information on a deadly chain reaction crash that happened in brooklyn. 24-year-old michael mcbean is charged with hit and run and attempted robbery. it happened just after 7:00 last night in east new york. police say mcbean was driving a white mercedes and crashed into several cars along with a woman who was getting into her car. she's been identified as 56-
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when we come well, here's some good traffic news for you for the first time in 15 years the hov lanes are open on the gowanus expressway and the hugh carry tunnel for the morning rush. ? you and two others are in your car hopefully a faster drive out of it. we check the commute with debbie duhaime. >> thanks a lot ken and right now go to a camera shot of the deegan. the deegan southbound moving slowly here as you get down to
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the cross bronx expressway. to the maps i want to tell you what's happening. northbound deegan at 179th an accident. the southbound is also heavy through the area. subways on time and watch for that accident investigation still on the grand central parkway as you head eastbound into 31st. it's the ongoing investigation. let's go outside and take a look again at grand central parkway eastbound still closed at 31st street with that investigation continuing. alternate side of the street parking rules in effect. back over to you ken. all right debbie thank you. meteorologist amy freeze in for bill with the accuweather forecast. >> ken the definitely advisory -- dense fog advisory this morning goes until 9:00 a.m. the visibility issues across the area right now the biggest spots with problems are possibility sell low, morristown, and islip and belmar. all less than a mile visibility. so the dense fog is still around in some spots. be aware of that. there's a cold front through the central portion of the country that doesn't affect us until saturday afternoon. with some showers around. so 64 today. very comfortable. chances for spotty showers during the day and 57 on saturday. 48 on sunday. and temperatures staying in the
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upper 40s and low 50s as we roll into december. ken? all right amy thank you. that's the news for now. more "good morning america" after the break. from the night to early morn [ cheers and applause ] >> welcome back to "gma." what a great crowd we have out here on the plaza. we have another half hour ahead. pitbull is bringing us into the weekend heating up times square with a fiery performance of his brand-new single. we can't wait for that and i promise that the guys are going to be dancing to pitbull, right? >> everything is better with pitbull. >> tom is his biggest fan. >> he refuse toad answer the question whether he'd be dancing. he will be dancing. >> do the stanky leg. >> stanky leg. the whip, the nae nae. we'll do it all. we'll start with another pop star, mariah carey, the best-selling female musical
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has become synonymous with the holidays. ary song augusta"all i want for christmas is you" is a classic and she set her words to a children's book. we talk to her about the holidays in the carey home. >> welcome to "good morning america." >> thank you. >> you are one busy lady. >> i've been a little busy, yeah. >> you" is one of the all-time best-selling songs, christmas and otherwise, 14 million copies plus sold around the world. i know you said -- >> i didn't even know that. >> it was your dream for it to become a christmas classic. can you check that box now? >> i guess so. it's kind of amazing to me because i wrote it just out of love for christmas and like really loving christmas music kind of like my most famous song. i don't want a lot for christmas there is just -- >> and for those who want to share this love of this song with their children this book it's beautiful. i just was looking through it. >> thank you.
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>> why did you want to write a book? >> well, first of all because it is the song and the lyrics to the song but the way that little kids react to the song is so amazing to me. so we made it with a little girl, she wants a puppy for christmas and just thought it would be something nice to share with my own kids, as well. >> we mentioned you have a lot of holiday projects. your tv movie airs "a christmas melody." star in it but your first time directing a movie. what was that like. >> my directorial debut. >> how do you compare the two? >> well, it's less abusive to the feet because you don't have to wear your shoes, your high heel shoes. >> just flats. >> i put on a pair of flats. like slippers. it was cool. i really loved it and because it was christmas and you know i start getting into the holiday spirit early anyways. >> what is christmas like at mariah carey's house gentleman. >> christmas is quite the affair. i have santa claus comes every year. he's my good friend.
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real reindeer there, as well. it's been fun through the years for the people who have shared the holidays with me. >> "gma" is celebrating its 40th footage of you. >> i'm frightened. let's take a listen. >> oh, dear. i have a vision of love and it was all whoa oh oh oh oh oh #oh that you turned out -- turned out to be turned out -- >> i don't want to interrupt. >> interrupt. >> it is so beautiful. do you remember that moment? >> vaguely. >> to be able to sing like that at 7:00 in the morning. >> getting up letterman and singing and getting used to that is tough.
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>> mariah carey, thanks as always for stopping by. >> thanks so much. >> amy asked mariah carey if she's working on her music, her answer, there's always something brewing. >> yes. >> kind of a tease. "all i want for christmas is you" is out now -- what's that? >> all you want for christmas is us. >> all i ever want is you guys. love my colleagues. and we should say that a christmas melody premieres december 19th on the hallmark channel. sara. >> now to our countdown to thanksgiving. yes, you heard me right. just go with it, you guys. the holiday is over. if you're tired of eating turkey we have some other ideas for you this morning. i went to one of the top restaurants in the city for a cooking lesson from one of the best chefs in the world. new york city, home to some of the world's finest cuisines and one of those culinary havens is at the nomad hotel. i am headed to the nomad to get inside secrets on what maybes their food so delicious.
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i got an exclusive invite to happening out with the duo masterminds behind "nomad cookbook." daniel humm and will guidara. >> i'll cook for you. >> i'm official now. >> reporter: i'll admit it, the kitchen, not my forte but i'll try to learn the elusive nomad recipes and surprise pie foodie friend amy robach. >> amy is eating all my food. >> she'll eat anything. >> reporter: with a multicourse meal. >> making a beautiful salad. >> why do you rip these? >> i think they're just a little too big. >> just that obvious? >> yeah. i thought there was something about the flavor. >> now we get to the hot dog. the sausage is wrapped in bacon and then it is fried. >> mind if i taste it? mm-mm. amy loves food. this hot dog will be her favorite. >> okay, here we go. we have cookies and cream. yes, put a little bit on there. cheers. >> mm-mm. why don't we ever start with dessert.
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>> this is nice, no? >> after cooking a up a storm. amy is waiting for me and i'm not telling her i made it until the end or she won't it. kitchen. mwah. >> enjoy your meal. >> my really crazy morning. >> really nice to meet you guys. >> nice to meet you, as well. >> welcome to nomad. we have a lot of food prepared so i hope you brought your appetite. for that. special. >> about our cocktails. it's about the food. we wanted to just re-create through the modern lens a sense of old school luxury. >> all right. time to let the feast of food and cocktails begin. >> enjoy your meal. >> this chicken is like crazy. >> oh, it's so good. >> full confession right now. i actually helped cook all this. >> that's incredible. >> i know. >> you actually did a really good job. >> i do want to give you a gift so you can cook for me next time. the "nomad cookbook." this looks like a bible.
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>> this is my favorite part. the secret passage, cocktail book. >> bible within a bible. how i can cook like you. >> in a few weeks i'll be coming spread like this. invitation. do not hold your breath, i warn you. >> for "good morning america," sara haines, abc news, new york. my friend amy robach. she did say she was nice on camera. but if she had known it was that i cooked it she may have been a little more tentative with her trying. >> who could blame her. >> tom and i were talking. we've both been to that restaurant, it's delicious. >> the chicken people. >> hard to get a reservation. >> when you come in with amy robach you get a reservation. and the "nomad cookbook" is available now so, rob, i hope you have food or something good. >> i have 30 seconds so stay
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this is an often neglected >> all right! great crowd out here. nobody has the post-thanksgiving day like we do. >> we want to talk about rooney mara generating so much oscar buzz once again you remember her from "the girl with the dragon tattoo" so fierce in that role
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now sharing the scene with cate blanchett in "carol" and nick watt sat down with her. >> reporter: certain films just smell like oscar contenders. "carol" is one of them. speculation. station off. >> your first name? >> therses. >> reporter: a 1950s love story that really takes you back. >> we shot in cincinnati for new york which i thought was a crazy idea at first. >> reporter: turned out to be a master stroke from director todd haines, new york can't look like this anymore. >> that did feel like we were stepping back in time. you know, with the cars and the props and the costumes. >> reporter: and the smoking. >> and the smoking. >> all the smoking. >> yeah, todd was very generous in sort of sharing his homework with all of us and made us all these mixed cds of music from the time and gave us films to watch and made this beautiful book of visual references for what he wanted the film to look like. >> where did you learn so much
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about train sets. >> oh, i read too much probably. >> reporter: cate blanchett is carol a gay woman forced by society's conventions to live a lie. >> is this a political movie? >> i don't think it is a political movie. maybe people will get things like that and that's great but really at the core is a love story and in that sense, anyone can relate to it. >> reporter: carol falls in love with rooney mara's shop girl, therese. >> i like the hat. >> how hard is it to pretend to fall in love with cate blanchett. >> very easy. these as magnetic in film as she is in real life. there's no one like her. >> reporter: nick watt, abc news, los angeles. >> we thank you for that report. "carol" in theaters right now. coming up one of the biggest blockbusters of the year, two of the stars from "the hunger games" coming up. "gma's" countdown to thanksgiving brought to you by
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share my name is 127 willow lane. and i've had some work done. in '62 they put in a conversation pit. brilliant. in '74 they got shag carpet. that poor dog. rico?! then they expanded my backside. ugh. so when the nest learning thermostat showed up, i thought "hmmm." but nest is different. keeps 'em comfy. and saves energy automatically. like that! i'm like a whole new house! nest.
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how did something so joyful as a daughter finally finding the mother she never knew, even introducing her to her granddaughters lead to a scandal? was she stolen at birth? tonight -- >> babies were being sold out of the parking lot. cash on delivery. >> the mothers who say their babies were taken. >> they just took my baby and i want my baby back. >> the mystery, the controversy and the american hospital at the center of it all. an explosive new "20/20" tonight at 10:00, 9:00 central on abc. welcome back, everybody. "the hunger games" is burring up the box office. little later? the final i believenstallment was number one and amy robach sat down with two of the stores. >> here with "the hunger games: mockingjay part 2" stars mahershala ali and jena malone. she plays joanna and mahershala
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people katniss can trust as she tries to take down the capital. what does it feel like the final, the epic of this movie is over. how does it feel to have it out. >> a bittersweet thing because you get to travel so much and form a friendship which is like a family on the set but really you sign up to the films because of the books, you know, and the last book is so epic that to really have, you know -- i mean, i just love the ending so much that i feel like i've just been sitting on my hands waiting for it to come out. >> as much as it is bittersweet i think i definitely appreciate the closure getting to start something and see it coming to an end and be able to kind of walk away. >> tell me about boggs and katniss. their relationship evolves. >> i think boggs has grown to really respect katniss and he sees her put herself out on the line like several times and so i think he becomes distrustful of coin and begins to really trust katniss and really be a really
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>> and joanna, she's a feisty chick, isn't she. >> she is but it's funny like i'll pretty much all my stuff is with katniss this time. i like they both speak their blinds to each other and they're oddly each other's confidantes to have a woman like joanna mason who has had everything stripped from her, her hair, strengths, family, clothes and katniss can see herself in her. >> i tease you because i said you'll always be remy to me, season 4. want to give us any sneak peek about what we can look forward day. >> from what i hear it's really strong season. yeah, i've -- yes, i'll put it like that. >> when have you ever gotten anything interest an actor this way. >> we can't talk about it. >> reading your fares. i saw -- >> i hear it's a great season like i really -- that's what i've heard. >> and there's a lot of
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you have "batman versus superman" alongside ben affleck. want to say anything? >> we can talk about bagels, hike a lot of things, it's jut -- >> "the hunger games: mockingjay part 2" is in theaters now. >> and just a reminder, because if you didn't hear amy just say it, it is in theaters now and we are going to go see it together, right? >> the four of us, sara will baby-sit our children. >> no. i'm pregnant. >> no baby-sitting needed when pitbull joins us with an
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...where the cold melts away, the hustle and bustle dies down, and the only thing left... ...is what's truly important. the radio city christmasspectacular presented by chase. you bring the family, we bring the joy. visit radiocitychristmas.com and start your tradition today. it's always a party when our friend pitbull stops -- sorry. help me speak. >> do you want me to take it? mr. worldwide was just here for our 40th anniversary the other day. has a new album out and here he is with his latest single
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mr. worldwide to infinity you know the roof is up big up wiggle and dance like a roof on fire we're going to dream and take sides until we fall down and set the roof on fire never give up take off your clothes and light the roof on fire baby baby baby baby baby i'm on fire i said baby baby baby i'm on fire i'm a fireball >> yes. baby, baby, baby, baby i'm on fire i tell her baby, baby, baby, baby i'm a fireball i wanna freak in the morning and freak in the evening just like me i need a roughneck brother that can satisfy me just for me if you are that kind of man 'cause i'm that kind of girl i gotta freaky secret everybody sing 'cause we don't
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'cause i will be a freak until the night until the dawn we have off for the night till the early morning you wanna know i'll take you lean cause we can any time of day it's all good for me weekend do a little freakin' girl she's my type whew go ahead and be a freak girl teachers let your hair down take your glasses off teach go ahead and be a freak girl all my polish women that like it rough in the handcuffs whoop whoop let's freak girl my exotic dancers that ain't with romance go ahead and be a freak girl all my business women that just got a big deal yeah go ahead and be a freak girl all my real estate girls with their button down breasts out take it to the house you a freak girl now freak with me go ahead and be free baby freakaleak whoa i wanna freak in the morning and freak in the evening just like me i need a roughneck brother that can satisfy me just for me if you are that kind of man 'cause i'm that kind of girl i gotta freaky secret everybody sing 'cause we don't give a damn
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about a thing 'cause i will be a freak until the night until the dawn we have off for the night till the early morning you wanna know i'll take you around the hood do the gangsta lean 'cause we can any time of day it's all good for me >> gma let's go working hard can a kodak or better yet go to times square take a picture of me with a kodak took my life from negative to positive i just want y'all know that and tonight let's enjoy life pitbull, nayer, ne-yo that's right tonight i want all of you tonight give me everything tonight give it to me for all we know we might not get tomorrow
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broets break it down break it down turn a negative into a positive give me everything tonight give me everything tonight give me everything tonight [ cheers and applause ]
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i'm ginger breadington with your 10 day deal forecast. every day for ten days, expect new deals with historic low prices across target and target.com. hey! ginger! yes, ken? great forecast! are coffee makers on sale? yes! yes they will be... ginger! what about cameras? oh yeah, yeah. cameras-- ginger! how about christmas lights? yeah! lights, cameras, it's all in on the action.
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it's time to share the warmth with families and children in need. >> let's do it, guys. >> a coat to donate. >> our theme, kids helping kids. >> keeping warm. >> donating coats. >> go to burlington and join our annual coat drive. >> a couple pieces of business before we leave you. i want to thank you for putting up with the weekend crew. second of all, on monday we'll start having the stars of the new "star wars" movie and it's going to be awesome. third i want to say i got some bunchems, i'm going to put them in sara's hair. >> we'll be here all weekend.
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bye, guys. good morning, it's 8:56 this friday, november 27th. i'm ken rosato.
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hour, today is black friday. that means the holiday shopping season is officially underway and discounts standarded last wright just as soon as the -- discounted started last night dinner was eaten. macy's says 15,000 shoppers came last night when the doors owned at 6:00 p.m. nearly 60% of americans are expected to hit the stores between today and sunday. today 8:57. we check the commute with debbie duhaime. >> thanks a lot ken. the d. train has some earlier problems on the d. train and schedule. of the subways. what's happening at the rfk bridge into the bronx? the collision and heading over to the grand central eastbound all lanes are closed at 31st with an ongoing accident investigation. of a double fatal accident. let's go outside and i want to show you a look at the ed koch 59th street bridge. think this instead -- try this instead of the reasoning getting into queen -- rfk getting into queens and alternate side of the street parking rules in effect. back over to you ken. all right thank you. meteorologist amy freeze in for bill with the accuweather forecast.
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>> ken, we've been watching the visibility all morning long and the defer advisory will likely expire at 9:00 a.m. and we have good temperatures outside. meaning they're comfortable already at 57 degrees here in the city. that's the official central park reading. and looking at the visibility across the board we're still having issues in bridgeport and islip with visibility less than a mile. everyone else starting the see up. the cold front will bring some showers tomorrow. but until then, it is comfortable and 64 degrees for the high today. 57 expected tomorrow. ken? >> thank you very much amy and the programming note for you. this monday is 216th an where -- the 16th annual winter's eve celebration in times squarement sade baderinwa will lead the ceremony to light up the tree and it all gets started 5:30 in
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