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interfered and police confrond him. >> he was not moving, wasn't fighting. he wasn't screaming, nothing. maybe a minute or whatever after watching it the gun went off. >> reporter: it's unclear whether clark was handcuffed during the scuffle. the police union claims he tried taking an officer's weapon. >> at one point he got a hold of an officer's gun belt and gun. >> reporter: both officers involved, mark rigginberg and dustin schwartzy, are now on paid leave while the naacp demands police release any video that may have recorded the shooting. >> we are watching the minneapolis police department. we may be cold but our hearts are burning for justice. >> reporter: protesters claim they'll continue demonstrating until that video is released. the fbi has also launched an investigation. reena and kendis. >> all right, brandi, thank you. the district of columbia has in a very big way righted a wrong it committed against a man nearly 30 years ago. the district has agreed to pay more than $16 million to 64-year-old donald gates, who
spent 27 years in prison for a murder and rape that he did not commit. that's about $617,000 for every year of incarceration. >> this is one of the greatest days of my life. >> it was a right we had to make right on and we know we had some liability and exposure out there and it's about time we settle. >> gates was exonerated in 2009 after dna evidence cleared him of the 1981 rape and murder of a georgetown university student. he's already received more than a million dollars from the federal government for its role in his conviction. now some extreme weather. a wintry storm just as holiday travel gets under way. it's bringing snow today from the dakotas to the upper midwest. some areas could end up with about ten inches of snow before it's all over. and as acuwaerthd's molly cochran tells us it's only the beginning. good morning, molly. >> good morning, kendis and reena. we continue to watch this area of low pressure, and it's calling for some trouble. as we head into the later half
of the week and also the start of the weekend in the way of snow. and this is really the first snowfall for some of the season. sioux falls, des moines is the first stop, then into chicago. madison also into green bay in detroit. interstate 75 really could be slow at times due to the accumulating snow. here's a look at our snowfall total map. this is what we're expecting right now. the target zone being six to ten inches of snow. that's outlined in this darker blue shaded area. and for chicago western suburbs could be looking at three to six inches of snow. kendis and reena, back to you. >> all right. thank you, molly. and it is time for that segment that really gives hanna storm inspiration every morning she wakes up. >> what would that be? >> sports with reena. let's get to it. >> all right. >> of course there was nfl action, which is why it brings to us sports with reena. >> it's actually nfl's week 11. barely under way, though. and that brings us to this morning's special edition, sports with reena.
it was the second week of the nfl's color rush. the jacksonville jaguars in he will mustard gold uniforms. titans in blue. titans quarterback marcus mariota, he ran in a 23-yard touchdown. then in the fourth quarter jacksonville julius thomas caught a short td pass. the jags tackled on a field goal and mercifully the game ended. jacksonville wins it 19-13. >> that was a stunner. >> you think it's mustard. i say gold. >> it's like the dress. it was a blue and black dress. >> no, that's just gold. coming up in the insomniac theater the reviews are in for the new "hunger games" film, and seth rogen's holiday comedy. >> also ahead, talking politics and thanksgiving turkey with donald trump's family members. it's our barbara walters exclusive. but first, martin sheen speaks out about his son charlie after his hiv diagnosis is made
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life and become a better person. a hollywood celebrity who's again in the spotlight is getting some support from another hollywood heave waerkts his father. >> actor martin sheen is speaking out for the first time since his son charlie revealed that he's been diagnosed with hiv. here's abc's linsey davis. >> reporter: martin sheen speaking out after his son charlie revealed his diagnosis. >> i am in fact hiv positive. >> he had been leading up to this sort of story for several months. and we kept encouraging him to do it but he kept backing away and backing away because it was like going to his own execution. >> reporter: the 75-year-old actor, who starred alongside his son in "wall street" -- >> there is no nobility in poverty anymore, dad. >> reporter: defending his son's decision to publicly share his diagnosis. >> it was the most difficult thing he had ever done. as i watched him alone reveal
his deepest, darkest secret, i couldn't believe the level of courage that i was witnessing, and that it was my son. and i said that if i had that much courage i would change the world. >> reporter: even choking up while speaking at a financial leadership gala in florida. >> i can't speak for him of course. but -- sorry. i just want to encourage all of you that have children, spouses, aunts, uncles, clients that are involved in any form of addiction to realize that it's a disease. >> reporter: while he didn't discuss his son's drinking or drug use directly, the "west wing" star, who's been sober for more than two decades, drawing from his own history with addiction. >> i hope that this day is the first day in the rest of charlie's life as a free man. >> reporter: linsey davis, abc news, new york. >> and of course the saga is not over. there are several women, tmz reporting at least six of
okay. you saw the promo there. as donald trump continues to make headlines every day it's easy to forget that the outspoken republican presidential candidate is a family man. >> and in an exclusive interview with barbara walters trump's four adult children open up about their larger than life father.
i sat down with the four eldest. don jr., ivanka, eric, and tiffany. >> i need a quick show of hands. which one of you is most like your father? >> in fairness, i think they're all like him in very different ways. >> it's actually very scary. we can all go to thanksgiving and we can all answer the same question using the exact same words and same sequence. >> trumpisms. >> i relish those holiday meals. wk really sort of let loose. it is a show in and of itself. it's funny and we have a good time making fun of each other and just having a blast. >> do any of you make fun of your father's hair? >> i like not to because you never know what happens genetically. you know what i'm saying? doing okay right now. but wait a couple years. >> it's the only hair we've ever known. but people seem fascinated. so to us it's the norm. >> my dad always says i'm really happy you got your mom's hair, not my hair. >> his humor's really one of the best qualities.
people don't see that. it doesn't come across on the news when he's talking about serious issues. but he is an incredibly funny, incredibly practical person. >> how was it decided you would be the fun to introduce your father as a presidential candidate? >> today i have the honor of introducing a man who needs no introduction. >> that's an excellent question. and i don't know actually how it was decided. but i was honored to do it. and i feel like i was standing there sort of representing our family. >> she did an amazing job, by the way. >> she's a great pejer. she has such great poise. i think the way ivanka delivered the message was perfect. >> very cool. you can see barbara walters' entire interview with donald trump and his family on a special edition of "20/20" tonight at 10:00 p.m. eastern here on abc. >> what an incredible side of donald trump. say what you want, whatever your opinion of donald trump may be, but he seems to have raised four pretty cool kids. >> yes. and the thing is also, all of his kids appear to get along. even though they're from
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possibly work. >> of course it will work. let'get that grinch. >> ah! my hands are stuck. >> oh, the suspense. and while the meter on rotten tomatoes might read fresh, the reviews themselves are a little ambivalent. with brian ornduff of blu-ray.com saying it isn't quite the guns blazing comedy it could have been but there are more hits than misses. and john locanthi of the world famous willamette week says it's "essentially a hokey christmas movie masquerade ing as a dude-bro comedy." >> dude-bro comedy. >> had me there. >> next it's jennifer lawrence's last turn as cat nis ever dion
katniss confronting the tyrannical president snow. and it wouldn't be the hunger games without a deadly series of traps. >> a database that contains a detailed map of the capital and a list of every known pod. these pods can trigger anything whatever they contain, they are meant to kill you. >> ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the 76th hunger games. >> ah, and it looks like the series is ending on a high note with bill of the arizona republic saying "as it turns out they saved the best for last." and matt of total film says "jennifer lawrence shines once again in a fitting send-off." >> ooh. >> may the be ever in your favor. >> can we get some food already? it's been lots of movies. >> it's almost over.
this morning on "world news now" -- homeland terror alert. the latest isis threat. >> first it was new york's times square. now isis threatening to take aim at another new york landmark. and even the white house. the fbi's message to america and the terrorists. female bomber. disturbing new details about the woman in france surrounded by police who blew herself up. what she said moments before her death. security alert. warnings to airline passengers as the thanksgiving travel season starts today. the longer lines and important advice before you take a trip. and later, the sound of 1965. from the beatles to the rolling stones to bob dylan. how rockers 50 years ago gave
america a brand new beat that is still making an impact today. it's a "world news now" special report on this friday november 20th. how we get around >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning, everyone. it is friday. i'm reena ninan. we're back on our regular desk. >> back on our regular desk after celebrating gma's 40th anniversary on the other desk. we have a stranger that's here with us. >> the gang's all back. >> and brian's hand. >> yes. nice to have you back, brian. and it's good to be back. heartbreaking news. really intense. we're going to begin actually with the latest threat against attacks. isis vowing to unleash a new wave of terror on u.s. soil. >> and this time they're zeroing in on the white house, promising to turn it black with fire. the fbi chief says propaganda videos are not credible intelligence, but dozens of
suspected radicals across the country are now under tight scrutiny. our coverage begins with abc's megan hughes. >> reporter: how can u.s. law enforcement ensure the carnage and chaos in paris isn't repeated here? the fbi director assured the public. >> we are not aware of any credible threat here of a paris-type attack. >> reporter: but he followed with this. >> the threat here focuses primarily on troubled souls in america who are being inspired or enabled online to do something violent for isil. >> reporter: the feds are now intensely monitoring dozens of people who have been radicalized without leaving the united states. there are currently terror investigations in all 50 states. more than 900 total. >> we are operating around the clock. as we have since 9/11 and even before. >> reporter: they're concerned someone will try a copycat propaganda. the latest isis video threatens the isis will turn black with
fire. another recent video shows a suicide bomber preparing for an attack followed by images of times square and herald square. new york mayor bill de blasio says that video is old footage, people need stay calm. the fbi director reports they are seeing fewer and fewer cases of americans being recruited to reena, kend snis. >> all right, megan, thank you. we are getting new details this morning about the mastermind of the paris attacks killed in that raid in france this week. abdelhamid abaaoud was identified by his fingerprints. french investigators say he was behind four other plots that were foiled in paris earlier this year. abaaoud was a moroccan-born belgian citizen who bragged about slipping in and out of europe undetected. >> when they cross at those border points, eu passport holders are not always checked very carefully. >> until three days ago french authorities thought abaaoud was still in syria.
cell were about to strike yet again. we're learning more about that female suicide bomber who blew herself up as police closed in. family and friends say that not long ago the young woman had shown no interest in religion. they say she only began wearing the traditional veil a month ago. abc's matt gutman is outside paris. [ explosion ] >> reporter: that blast spitting flame and debris from the fourth story. french authorities say detonating that bomb, 26-year-old hasna aitboulahcen, who became europe's first female suicide bomber. she'd holed up there on the fourth floor with her cousin, the man french authorities call the mastermind behind friday's attacks. that's her in a niqab. police raiding her mother's home in this gritty suburb north of paris. that's her mother and brother, bundled into a cruiser. but moments before that blast in this audio obtained by abc news you can hear s.w.a.t. teams screaming at a woman to get her
moments later aitboulahcen would detonate that suicide vest. acquaintances in this gritty neighborhood tell us that before she became radicalized she was not at all devout, she would wear tight western clothing and had even earned the nickname cowboy hat for the type of hat she used to wear. matt gutman, abc news, in the outskirts of paris. for a fifth straight night protesters are parked in front of a minneapolis police precinct angry over sunday's fatal shooting of an unarmed black man by two officers. the unrest has sparked a new war of words. the police chief calling the protesters anarchists and saying that the violence that broke out on wednesday night will not be tolerated going forward. civil rights leaders are restraint and demanding a shooting. the florida man who landed his gyrocopter on the capitol deal today.
will plead guilty to orpth the perating the aircraft without a license, which is a felony. that offense could be punishable by three years in prison but it's unlikely hughes will serve that given the deal with prosecutors. also happening today, the start of the busy thanksgiving travel season. more than 25 million passengers will head to the nation's airports over the next 12 days. and because of security concerns here's what the tsa wants you to do. get to the airport two hours before your flight. next sunday when everyone heads home that's expected to be the busiest travel day. the least busiest day, thanksgiving itself. >> who knew that? all right. so travel for the masses can be tough, as you know. but if you're a celebrity it's going to get a lot easier. one of the nation's busiest airports, a new special terminal for the rich and famous. at l.a.x. has been approved. it would allow famous people to avoid the public on their way to first class. a temporary facility will be operational within six months while the permanent terminal is
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police in suburban pittsburgh are stumped. they have no idea who stole a school bus, crashed it almost all the way into a strip mall vitamin store. the impact was so strong it left a burger restaurant next door heavily damaged. and so far police say they can't find a single witness who saw the person stealing the bus or scene. what a bizarre situation. >> should point out the burger store next door is called smash >> oh. this was not a publicity stunt. >> no. that would be a bad publicity stunt on their part. across the country of course in the meantime the debate is heating up over the syrian refugees. governors in more than half of the nation's states, all but one of them republican, are vowing to turn those refugees away. >> and now republican presidential candidate ben carson is amping up the rhetoric. here's abc's jonathan karl. >> the debate over syrian refugees reached a new level
when ben screening refugees to protecting children from rabid dogs. >> if there's a rabid dog running around your neighborhood, you probably are not going to assume something good about that dog and you're probably going to put your children out of the way. it doesn't mean you that hate all dogs by any stretch of the imagination. >> reporter: earlier president obama said refugees face more thorough security screening than any other foreign visitors to the u.s. >> the idea that somehow they pose a more significant threat than all the tourists who pour in to the united states every single day just doesn't jibe with reality. >> reporter: but in a rebuke to overwhelmingly passed a bill the flow of refugees. further complicating the issue, news that at a texas border crossing two syrian families including four young children arrived to seek asylum, prompting this from donald trump on instagram. >> they're going to be pouring in. we don't know who they are.
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and on sunday night of course we know music's current stars will come together for the american music awards hosted by j. lo. >> can't miss j. lo. but before we celebrate the best after theists and songs of 2015 we're taking it way back. 1965. when artists like james brown and the beatles laid the groundwork for the sounds of today. so for a celebration a half century in the making we turn to who else, our music guru bruno del granato. bruno, good morning to you. >> hi, reena and kendis. it was a monumental year for music's most iconic acts. with the world rapidly changing and in the 50 years since then how we listen to music has certainly changed, but what we listen to can all be traced back to one very special year. 1965. a turning point in american history. the civil rights movement marching toward freedom and equality. to my lord
in vietnam. and a british invasion giving birth to a stadium concert tour. >> i think it makes us less nervous playing to a big crowd than a little crowd because if you're playing to a little crowd they're going to hear what you're playing. >> reporter: four mop-topped english lads kicking it all off at new york's shea stadium. >> here are the beatles! >> reporter: their short half hour set was mostly ly ly drowned out by screaming fans. twist and shout this beatles concert has become a milestone in the history of rock music. oh, oh fab four soaked in the sounds of america while on tour. drawing from the soul of motown. before you break my heart the folk rock of bob dylan. i wish they all could be
california and the harmonies of the beach boys to create the album that marked a turning point in their sound. he's a real nowhere man sitting in his nowhere land "rubber soul." making all his nowhere plans for nobody and you can't forget about those other british bad boys. the stones. releasing one of the greatest rock songs of all time. "satisfaction." i can't get no satisfaction the lyrics deemed too sexually suggestive by bbc, but it still hit number one on both sides of the atlantic. now it sits in the library of congress, and 50 years later remains their most popular song at their sold-out shows. i can't get no "rolling stone" magazine ranks it at number 2 on their list of
greatest songs ever made. hey, hey, hey number one on that list, also a product of 1965, bob dylan's anthem of change, "like a rolling stone." that summer the heir to the folk music throne committing blasphemy and outraging his disciples by plugging in at the newport folk festival and going electric. once upon a time you dressed so fine, threw the bums a dime in your prime didn't you that night dylan split the '60s in half. how does it feel how does it feel music and popular culture would never be the same. >> the one and only james brown! >> reporter: also that summer james brown, the godfather of soul, pushing music into the future with "papa's got a brand new bag." ain't no drag
the invention of funk. paving the way for hip-hop and modern r&b. it was brown's breakout moment, generations to come. and a bunch of upstarts named the who made their debut with the album "my generation." just because we get around laying the groundwork for punk rock and heavy metal with their aggressive title track and lyrics "i hope i die before i get old." hope i die before i get old marking a complete paradigm shift. the radical birth of a new wave y e which of life. >> and in the midst of this groundswell of change bands like pink floyd, the doors, the guess who, jefferson airplane, and the grateful dead all born in 1965. so as lennon and mccartney wrote that very year, "i know i will never lose affection for people and things that went before."
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this morning on "world news now" -- threatening america. could isis be taking aim at the white house? and major attractions in new york. the latest terror messages and a response from the fbi. extreme weather. the first major snowfall of the season hitting the middle of the country as the holiday travel season begins. the blustery predictions from accuweather. and new this half hour, a consumer alert about a dinner table staple. >> but first, genetically modified salmon approved by the fda. the outcry from critics who call this fish frankenfish. hello. later in "the skinny." to adele's decision as her new album is released there's one place you will not be able to
disappointment? it's friday november 20th. for everything i've done when i call you never >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." we do say good morning to you, and you will appreciate that ear worm all day long because it's been in my ear. that song "hello." you can't say good-bye to it, at no point. it is a very good song. and a great album. i listened to it. it's pretty good. >> she's so great. she's a national treasure for england. >> yes. and for us. we'll adopt her. of course we're going to get started with the serious news of the day. >> yeah. we're going to start off with america's landmarks in the crosshairs. a third chilling message from isis since the deadly attacks in paris. >> this time the terror group is threatening to destroy the white house. the nation's top law enforcement officials are assuring the public there is no credible
extremists across the country. more now from abc's tom llamas. >> reporter: the isis threat here at home take an alarming turn. three separate terror videos threatening the u.s. in as many days. the newest promising to turn the white house black with fire. >> we are operating around the block to uncover and disrupt any plots. >> reporter: the concern, a paris copycat attack here in the u.s. the feds now monitoring dozen of high-risk radicals consuming isis propaganda. isis also warning of an impending attack in new york city in this video, showing a suicide bomber gearing up for jihad as shots of times square and herald square flash on screen. the nypd claiming the video of landmarks is old and there's no specific plot. patrols already stepped up in the wake of the paris attacks. the nypd says they have 1,500 counterterrorism officers. >> mayor, what would you tell americans who heard about this isis video showing times square and are now scared to come to new york city? >> don't let the terrorists win. don't be intimidated by terrorists who are trying to
change our way of life. >> reporter: right now there are terror investigations in all 50 states. more than 900 total. it's a daunting task for law enforcement. when they do find a borderline suspect, federal officials tell abc news round-the-clock surveillance on that suspect takes at least 30 agents. all of this while isis pumps out 90,000 social media messages a day. the fbi saying now is not a time to fear but to be vigilant. sources tell abc news that as of yet the nypd has not changed their security plans for the thanksgiving day parade or the new year's eve celebration here in times square. tom llamas, abc news, new york. well, we're learning more about the female suicide bomber who blew herself up during the police raids outside paris. her friends say that 26-year-old hasna aitboulahcen led a life of drugs, alcohol, and sex until she found islam. they say she only began wearing the traditional veil a month ago. she's become europe's first
female suicide bomber. >> we should mention aitboulahcen was the cousin of abdelhamid abaaoud. the mastermind of the paris attacks. and we now know that he was killed in that raid. he's believed to have orchestrated last week's massacre right under the noses of french authorities. and they say he was plotting another attack. here's abc's brian ross. >> reporter: he was arrogant and cruel. in one of the many isis propaganda videos in which he is featured, a grinning 27-year-old abdelhamid abaaoud boasted of prisoners behind his pickup truck instead of jet-skis or motorcycles. his ugly bravado made abaaoud well known to u.s. and european intelligence agencies. on terror watch lists everywhere. yet authorities now concede they did not know that abaaoud was able to travel undetected over the last year in and out of syria all across europe to set in motion at least four different plots. they thought he was still in syria.
hand-picked paris attack team also reportedly traveled to syria and back undetected. >> when they cross at those border points, eu passport holders are not always checked very carefully. >> reporter: the belgian prime minister proposed ankle bracelets for all suspected terrorists. and france said it would increase security at its basically non-existent borders. >> those are just lines in the ground that people can drive, walk, or take a train across. >> reporter: u.s. officials say coming to america undetected still, a confidential fbi bulletin obtained by abc news reports that three men with suspected terror ties came into the u.s. from france in just the last 90 days, landing at los angeles, atlanta, and new york. the fbi says all three men are current threat. brian ross, abc news, new york. here on the home front the debate is escalating over what part america should play in the syrian refugee crisis.
the house overwhelmingly passed a bill that would effectively reduce the flow of refugees entering the country. president obama plans to allow up to 10,000 into the u.s., but 31 governors, most of them republicans, are refusing to allow them into their states. and now republican presidential candidate ben carson is comparing the syrian refugees to rabid dogs. >> if there's a rabid dog running around your neighborhood, you probably are not going to assume something good about that dog and you're probably going to put your children out of the way. it doesn't mean that you hate all dogs by any stretch of the imagination. >> hillary clinton in the meantime during a speech yesterday here in new york city called out her opponent, saying that america's terrorist enemy shouldn't be confused with islam itself. muslims, she says, are peaceful and tolerant people.
triggered a new war of words between police and protesters angry over sunday's fatal shooting of an unarmed black man by two officers. the police chief says that the protesters are anarchists and blames them for wednesday night's violence which caused injuries and property damage. civil rights leaders demanding a federal investigation into the shooting. and begging police not to overreact. a federal judge showed no mercy to former subway pitchman jared fogle. she sentenced him to more than 15 years in prison for sex crimes with a minor as well as child pornography. that sentence longer than what prosecutors even recommended. fogle broke down in court saying he wants to redeem himself and his life blaming his downfall on alcohol, pornography, as well as prostitutes. well, today starts the busy thanksgiving traveling season. more than 25 million passengers will head to the nation's airports over the next 12 days. and because of security concerns here's what the tsa wants you to do. get to the airport two hours before your flight. next sunday is when everyone's expected to head home.
so it will be one of the busiest travel days. the least busiest, thanksgiving itself. >> so in addition to security, weather will also have a big impact on travel next week. as if on cue, a large area of the midwest is getting its first snowfall of the season. it will be falling through the day today and into tomorrow. some areas could see up to ten inches of snow. same deal in the dakotas, where the season's first measurable snow was blown around by strong winds. those gusts in some areas topping 60 miles per hour. accuweather's molly cochran tracking it all, the storm system. and we say good morning, molly. >> thanks, kendis and reena. for the end of the week and into the start of the weekend all eyes on this area of low pressure. we have colder air in place. and this is the first snowfall that we're talking about of the season for some. sioux falls to des moines, interstate 35 and 80 impacted. and then the accumulating snow coming into chicago, madison and
green bay. so prepare ahead for some travel delays. that snow going to be adding up for saturday. we're looking at three to six inches for the windy city. kendis and reena, back to you. >> okay, molly, thanks so much. scene on the roads of southern >> it's a big deal. really big deal. the original taco bell live pictures right now. that restaurant is on the move. >> yes, it is. the 400-square-foot store opened in downey, california in 1962. for this. they have stopped doing any police chases in order to capture this right now. the company refers to this as numero uno. now it's being moved 45 miles on the back of a flatbed truck to taco bell's headquarters. that was a live picture, by the way. >> i didn't even know you could do that, just pick it up and roll it down. >> yeah. >> apparently. >> they can. >> the move saves numero uno from demolition. >> that's spanish for number one. >> you're good. >> it will be put in storage until taco bell can figure out what to do with it.
for breakfast. >> we seem to do taco bell a lot. that once again is a live picture. we do appreciate it. we'll continue to follow its track. team coverage. >> breaking news. >> coming up in "the skinny," gwyneth paltrow, beyonce, and chris martin have something unusual in common. >> also ahead, saying hello to disappointment. adele making a big decision about her new album and where you can find it. >> and the consumer alert about the type of salmon just approved by the fda. why critics are outraged, calling it frankenfish. and again, we're giving some love to l.a. 81 degrees, sunny. taco heaven. >> announcer: "world news now" weather. brought to you by sheila g's
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really? the music? >> kendis, we have to interrupt. this is breaking news coming from los angeles, folks. the downey area in california. is actually los angeles downey? >> it's just north. >> we are looking right now at live pictures of a taco bell being removed from the location to its new headquarters. >> 45 miles away. >> this is a 400-square-mile, i believe, restaurant. >> yes. inside this restaurant. >> we have team coverage. >> team coverage. >> speaking of fast food. >> fast food. this is a new way for drive-thru. >> it's sort of like a food truck. >> it is. >> so it's heading right now -- we're going to keep you abreast the very latest as soon as it -- >> big restaurant. >> big restaurant. >> 400 square miles. store near you, fish that's not
the fda approves salmon as the first genetically modified animal into the nation's food supply. >> i'd rather stick with the bean burrito. can we go back to the live shot? i don't know about this one. proponents say it will lower the cost. critics say it's not worth the health risk. here's abc's brandi hitt. >> reporter: for the first time ever genetically modified salmon can make it to your dinner table. it's the first altered animal product approved by the fda for consumption. >> the only difference that the could determine was that the nutritionally it's identical to conventional techniques. >> reporter: aquabounty, the company behind the engineered salmon, calls it a game changer, taking dna from a chinook salmon new salmon that grows quickly from birth. abc news toured aquabounty's panama facility in 2012 where a typical atlantic salmon is altered fish. >> you get to market size at least 12 months before any other
>> reporter: critics, though, call it frankenfish and are concerned changing an animal's genetic code could lead to human health issues over time. just like genetically modified crops, the fda determined there was no safety or nutritional difference requiring engineered salmon to be labeled, meaning consumers may not know they're eating it. >> i do feel it should be labels. >> we need gmos in order to sustain our food supply. >> reporter: the hotly debated issue has even led some in hollywood to demand labels for all genetically modified food. >> i have the right to know what's in the food that i feed my family. >> reporter: there's no word yet on when this genetically engineered salmon will hit store shelves, but health experts say if you have concerns just look for salmon that has the label "wild caught." reena and kendis. >> what do you think? both of us, that's all we eat. so our thanksgiving just got ruined. >> oh! it didn't get ruined because you will bring the fish sticks as you normally do.
so skinny okay. so topping our headlines this morning for "the skinny," what you will have to do if you want to listen to adele's new album. pay for it. >> who does that? >> haven't done that since the reagan administration. >> pay for music? the new album titled "25" was just released overnight, but it will not be available to stream through services like apple music, spotify, or pandora. >> the single "hello" from the british soul singer will continue to stream, however. the rest of the album will have to be purchased the old-fashioned way, itunes. and next up, last night's big awards show the latin grammys. >> now you know how i spent my thursday night, marking the official comeback for someone not exactly known for making latin music. talking about will smith. >> senor smith. >> senor smith. this was an awesome performance. this is smith joined by colombian group bomba estereo and singing the song "fiesta." sort of a preview of his summer
tour that is coming up. i'll tell you, the show was actually really, really fun. you had lots of latinos, lots of hot latinos, lots of dancing, skimpy outfits. and will smith. what's not to like? and there were some awards as well. but it was a fun show. on univision last night. we're going to keep the music theme going here with coldplay. they've got a new album that's coming out, and we're learning about some of the special guest collaborators that fans can expect. >> the "wall street journal" reporting that on the band's upcoming release "a head full of dreams" queen bee beyonce will be making a cameo singing with the band's lead vocalist chris martin on a track called "hymn for the weekend." >> but that's not all. another cameo. martin's ex-wife, gwyneth paltrow, will appear on the new album. even though they consciously uncoupled last year. remember that? and that song will be called "everglow." >> so you can still sing together even though you
>> exactly. >> and even more interesting, martin's current girlfriend actress annabelle wallace will also sing on the album. wow, they look alike. >> yeah. i see what you're doing there, chris. nice work. >> and rounding out "the skinny," some sports and the two most valuable players in major league baseball. from the american league josh donaldson of the toronto blue jays, the third baseman had a regular season batting average of .297 and hit 41 home runs. >> i was happy about this. the national league mvp my boy bryce harper from the nationals. you might remember how he ended his season, not reaching the playoffs and getting throttled by teammate jonathan papelbon after apparently not hustling to first base to papelbon's liking. >> but papelbon, what do you think about this? after receiving the mvp award. harper explained how he feels about his haters. oh. >> haters gonna hate. >> i absolutely love it. i really do. i enjoy getting booed when i go to places. it makes me thrive. it makes me play well. and you know, that's something i
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thursday never looking back it's friday, i'm in love it's friday, and we are in love. it's finally friday. and this week has been an absolute roller coaster for so many of us. we've seen the terror move to the top of the list of concerns around the world. >> so for a look back at all the headlines including some lighter moments at abc here's our friday rewind. >> we heard this crackling noise like firecrackers. >> i heard the noise -- i mean the sound of a woman screaming. screaming -- [ speak french ] "help me, help me."
i mean, pieces of flesh. >> their agenda is to kill. pure and simple. >> the attacks in paris are a sobering reminder of the challenges and the threats that we face and the importance of american leadership. >> if they had guns, if our people had guns, if they were allowed to carry, it would have been a much, much different situation. >> many of these refugees are the victims of terrorism themselves. slamming the doors in their faces would be a betrayal of our values. >> at first i was out at a beach in florida. and there he was with his suit just like he was reporting in front of capitol hill. and i walked over, and i felt badly because you know, i was so used to it. i knew we were going to be in a hot climate. so i wore something appropriate. and i went over and i said i think you need to take off your tie. and i knew he was looking at me saying, what did i get myself into?
>> i shower in a tie. so -- >> it's 4:00, you're all alone, and you're not wearing pants. everybody dance. sometimes >> ooh. patti! feels like heaven mm. mm! mm! >> we've got to get some of that sweet potato pie. on my own patti's. i went out looking for it. couldn't find it. >> we're going to find some. mccree and kevin newman. >> the former "world news now" anchors and of course "gma" anchors, they stopped by to talk to us about what they're up to now. you can see the full segment at our website wnnfans.com part 2. the coolest people. i wish they could come hang with us every night. >> and it really was a cool, >> they were a lot of fun. >> should point out the american