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making new making news in america this morning, air force one touching down overnight before his final trip overseas, president obama answering questions about the election. what he's saying about the what hillary clinton could have done better. as trump's team takes shape there's controversy surround one of his picks, the top adviser who is accused of being anti-semitic but the position rudy giuliani is now seen as a favorite to get. we have the details. raging wildfires in several states. millions of dollars in damages and the smoke as seen from space. and a giant sinkhole creeps
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and good tuesday morning. we begin with president obama kicking off his final foreign tour as donald trump's transition team kicks into high gear. >> he arrived moments ago in greece. for what will be a busy trip and visit germany and peru, a trip that follows his first news conference since the election. >> meanwhile, trump's aides are denying reports he has requested top for his adult children. as trump faces backlash over a controversial hire protesters not letting up. now high school students walking out of classes and leading marches of their own. more now from abc's david wright. >> thank you. >> reporter: in an election year when so many got it so wrong how are we to read the tea leaves on the trump administration now just beginning to take shape? for now president obama is
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>> he successfully mobilized a big chunk of the country to vote for him and he's going to win. he has won. >> reporter: but it's a work in progress. so it seems is trump's agenda. in his first big interview on "60 minutes" he sought to put his detractors at ease. >> i'm saying, i've been saying it, don't be afraid. >> reporter: but at the same time he sent conflicting signals with his first two appointments. as chief of staff he chose a 44-year-ol r outgoing chairman reince priebus, a conservative with close ties to speaker paul ryan. but for his chief strategist, trump picked a 62-year-old flame thrower. his campaign chair stephen bannon, an alt-right icon often described as a white nationalist. he is a former investment banker who made tens of millions for royalties from "seinfeld." >> no soup for you. >> reporter: he went on to
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documentaries like occupy, unmasked. the website infamous for headlines comparing planned parenthood's work to the holy cost. op-eds calling to lock the door to islam calling conservative analyst bill kristol a renegade jew and the southern poverty law center sees center sees it as hate speech with him ashe installing bannon and priebus on the same day is a mixed message for him. his more moderates won't see kris kobach to ee with bannon and see priebus is a creature of the swamp he promised to drain. >> my hope is he makes things better. if he does, we will all benefit from it. david wright, abc news, new york.
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announce more appointments this week but his aides aren't saying which positions will be filled first. >> rudy giuliani says that he will not be trump's attorney general. but he report thely can a top candidate for secretary of state. former u.n. ambassador john bolton is said to be in the running for that position. hillary clinton is urging her party not to be discouraged. >> she made that in a conference call to house democrats as her lead in the popular vote continued to grow and poflly won new hampshire after the trump team declined to c president obama seemed to suggest that she didn't do enough campaigning. >> i won iowa not because the demographics dictated that i would win iowa, it was because i spent 87 days going to every small town and fair and fish fry and and vfw hall and there were some
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instead of 50 points. >> new hampshire added four electoral votes to her tally. now michigan is the only state undecided. now to the wildfires raging in the southeast. dozens burning in seven states, georgia, alabama, mississippi, tennessee, kentucky, north and south carolina. you see the map right there and ranging from 15 to 75% contained. it's believed most are the result of arson. all being fueled by the drought conditions at least 80,000 acres have burned without acres affected. it's making the air unhealthy in atlanta and the rest of north georgia. western north carolina is hit hard with 40,000 acres there alone. officials are describing the blazes there as california-style wildfires. the governor warns the largest may not be put out until march. and the u.s. navy has now joined the effort to rescue people trapped by the powerful
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as are several buildings in the capital. some streets 1rb car docordoned off. off. they're ferrying stranded tourists and residents from an area completely cut off by the quake. those cows who gained international attention for their predicament have also been rescued. the animals were stranded after landslides took out their pasture. a farmer and to bring them out. breaking news from ?missouri where a murder suspect is on the loose. authorities are searching for daniel campbell. he ran out through an open jail door last night while some construction work was being done charged with killing one man and seriously injuring another one late last month. he may have stolen a vehicle after running out of that jail. atlanta and the dad there may spend the rest of his life
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of all eight counts he had faced. now, harris failed to convince the jury that he simply forgot to drop his son off at day care. his attorneys say they'll appeal this verdict. journalist gwen ifill has died. a former reporter for top newspapers and switched to television in the 1990s working first for nbc and then pbs where she anchored and was managing editor of "washington week" and "news however." >> she moderated debates in and 2005. vice presidential debates and also a democratic primary debate this past spring but took a month-long leave of absence because of her health earlier this year and missed election night. she died of complications of uterine cancer, she was 61 years old. still ahead, history in the skies overnight. a cross country commercial flight powered from fuel made by trees. two flight attendants are recovering of a near collision
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mystery object. was it a drone? plus, caught on camera. an anti-trump protester pushed down steps. what happened here. well when i shop, my coupons are in a neat ttle stack, and my weekly ad is folded like this. ready to go... that's how i save a lot at publix. how 'bout you?
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camera during an anti-trump rally. look at this. a protester tackled from behind and knocked to the floor as he addressed a crowd on a staircase at ohio state university. other students pounced on that attacker. police did intervene and led him away. he was reportedly arrested and suspended from the school there. in the wake of the election google and facebook have faced criticism over how fake news stories on those sites may have affected voters down banning fake news websites from using its online ad service and facebook says it won't display ads in fake news sites. ceo mark zuckerberg said the idea that fake ads affected the election is, quote, crazy. michigan police officer who displayed a confederate flag at a political rally has resigned. officer michael peters was off duty when he drove his truck with the flag to the love trumps hate event in transverse city.
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crest. electric autos and hybrids are too quiet and it will require them to be noisier to warn the blind and other pedestrians of their approach. automakers have a little less than two years to comply with this. the government says this could prevent 2400 injuries in just a year. delta air lines is using a $50 million state-of-the-art system to keep tabs on luggage. it uses radio frequency identification chips in the tags which are scanned as bags move through the system. where their luggage is even if it's not where they are. and alaska airlines is making history becoming the first carrier to use jet fuel made from trees. this boeing 737 jet flew from seattle to washington, d.c. with fuel made from a blend of tree limbs and branches. the material is the by-product of a timber harvest and usually heads for the burn pile with other waste. very creative. >> kind of fascinating. when we come back a convict
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imagine imagine if you looked out your back door and that's what you saw. a family in pennsylvania has been forced from their home after this giant sinkhole opened backyard. now they're worried the house will be the next thing to go. especially since rain is in the forecast. the hole was apparently caused when an old mine caved in. >> they said the house is only 13 years old. >> oh, man. roads in much of pennsylvania and northeast will be wet today as well. also in minnesota, the pacific northwest and northern california. >> if you are flying weather-related airport delays are most likely in boston, new york, miami and seattle. and there was a dangerous situation.
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coming at a passenger yet. >> these kind of incidents are becoming more common as we hear from abc's david kerley. >> reporter: the investigation this morning into what the pilots of a plane with 54 passengers on board saw coming towards them leading to their severe action. the pilots making a sharp turn at 9,000 feet in the air. two flight attendants thrown in the cabin and injured once on the ground the pilots said they thought it was a drone coming towards them. >> they see a altitude where they would not expect another airplane or something to be flying and so they instinctively make a sharp turn to get away from whatever it is so they may -- it may have been a drone or a balloon. >> reporter: the two flight attendants were 2r50e9ed and released in toronto. already sightings of drones in the u.s. are up 40% compared to all of last year. david kerley, abc news, washington. david, thank you. new details in the case that
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series "making a murderer." a judge has ordered brendan dassey supervised release from prison. he was a teenager when convicted of helping his uncle rape and murder a woman in 2005. it was overturned this summer and the judge says he should be free while prosecutors appeal. dassey has until noon to tell authorities where he plans to live. if so he could be home for thanksgiving. health experts are expanding the number of people who should be considered for the new guidelines include anyone between ages 40 and 75 with just one risk factor such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes or smoking. the government task force says these patients could benefit from taking statins even if they do not have a history of heart disease or stroke. another ivy legal suspended. columbia's wrestling team season's suspended while the school officials investigate. some text messages that include racist and homophobic terms.
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last week harvard ended its men's soccer season after a report that players made sexual scouting reports about the women's team. tennis superstar venus williams is making retirement plans. williams says she's targeted the olympic games in tokyo in 2020 as her last big event. she says she still loves competing but it's time to think about life off the court. she's in her late 30s now. the new college football playoff rankings are released tonight given last weekend's last week. >> last night's highlights from our friends. >> hi, good morning, america. i'm nicole, he's neil. >> we're doing highlights for you. because they told us we had to. monday night football, giants/bengals. giants down a field goal. beckham, all beckham, all hopped up on red bull. i mean, look at him. that must be the original,
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shepard. he must be on what is that the cranberry mix doing the juju. anyhow it's going around. giants win. villanova won the hoops championship last season. purdue, they don't care. time winding down in the first half, purdue forcing the turnover. watch p.j. thompson. steph curry, is that you? buzzer beater. zzz. ties the game at half, less than ten seconds le caleb with the ball at the top of the key. no good on the three. carson edwards misses. villanova escapes with the win, 79-7 of the final. highlights just for you, we hope you enjoyed them. >> really. we do. >> thanks. we appreciate it. up next in "the pulse," the newest member of the bush family. and banning technology. why one book store is saying no
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books has banned wi-fi and, get, this, all electronics and wants customers to actually read. imagine that. in the book store. everyone has to check their cell phone, ipads and laptops all at the door. no ringing, no dinging, no buzzing, no beeping. >> wow. >> we want people to be able to come into this store, relax, enjoy a book, you know, find a book for them that's going to work well, either entertain or inform >> that's one way to avoid one-star rating on yelp. the store's moto, take a break and live like it's 1993. customers don't seem to mind at all and say the restrictions are kind of refreshing. >> ah, sometimes people need to be forced to unplug so they can really decompress a little bit. >> forced to actually read a book that you find at a book store. >> what's that? >> a book store -- >> i know what a book is. >> what is aleppo? >> did you hear the one about
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mmm. good right? yeah. lactaid. it's the milk that doesn't mess with you. look at the contrast from this time yesterday, we're running 11 to 12 degrees below from 24 hours ago. we are cool and chilly this morning. we'll get some sunshine by later this afternoon. the front is going to continue to push down take the clouds with it.
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our southern counties, all of this quickly moving to the south and east along a frontal boundary that is actually down towards south florida where we have some moisture from the gulf that's overrunning the state here on top of us. that has allowed for the cloud cover and light showers this morning. as the front continues pushing down to the south we'll have some drier air weighing out. so by late today we'll get the sunshine back and then we'll some rainfall, just some cloud cover. by the afternoon we'll get our nice breaks of sunshine and then clear out. the rest of the week's going to be looking nice. we're in the mid-40s across the panhandle. we'll widen out the shot. we're cooler in parts of florida than we are in montana. what is going on, the jet stream of course calling the
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pressure building here across the west, and then this dip that has allowed for cooler temperatures to move in. watch what happens as we put this into motion so that by later on this weekend we have another dip. saturday night that's going to push a cold front through here, and our temperatures will be the coolest we've seen so far this season, not just morning lows but highs in the 60s for daytime highs. pretty impressive here for november. mid-70s now, not that cold yet. in the moin with upper 40s becoming more widespread tomorrow and with less cloud cover that will allow the temperatures that are warm relatively warm this morning across our southern counties to cool off as well. as far as highs back in the mid and upper 70s despite the chilly start tomorrow, i think we're going to be in fine shape with temperatures today around 75. it will turn out mostly sunny. boating looks good, north wind at, so light chop with the uv
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70s. we'll talk about that extended cooler seven-day forecast coming up on abc action news. this is abc action news. now at 4:30, reports of in fighting among donald trump's transition team, the harsh words that describe the tension as mr. trump prepares to make key cabinet appointments. >> it's just wrong any way you >> panicked parents are fighting a plan to rezone their schools and bus their kids across the county. >> and breaking overnight, a police chase for stolen car ends with that car stuck on railroad tracks, where it all ended and who police took into custody. good morning and thanks for joining us on this early tuesday morning, i'm dan shaffer. >> and good morning, i'm deiah riley. there are reports right now of


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