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good morning, america. happen right now, the gas emergency grows worse. rationing starts this morning for tens of millions. police stationed at the pumps to enforce it. long lines, short tempers, fights breaking out. an abc news exclusive. house speaker john boehner draws a line in the sand two days after the election. saying any tax increase would be unacceptable. the standoff, now, already set, as the president gets surprisingly emotional. >> i'm really proud of all of you. >> in this brand-new footage, released overnight. armed and dangerous. the massive manhunt for the bank robber called the ak-47 bandit. now, caught on tape, holding up banks across the west with an
automatic rifle. police racing to track him down before he strikes again. and the surprising revelation from the woman we all know from the dance floor. brooke burke charvet's surprising diagnose. the mother of four's new health battle. always nice to see that we are well-protected here in times square. good morning, everyone. robin is on the mend. elizabeth vargas is back. and, boy, so much anger building up here in the northeast. tens of thousands, now, day 11 without power. the utility companies are under fire for that. and gas is still so hard to find for so many who need it. >> 77% of fuel stations, gas stations, in new york city, are closed. have run dry.
it's being called an unprecedented gas crisis in the city. also, we have gabby giffords' story. she came face-to-face with the man who shot her in court yesterday. her husband said he may have put a bullet in her head. but he can't dent her spirit. we're going to hear from astronaut mark kelly about his former congresswoman wife. the big announcement for walmart that is shaking up holiday shopping. black friday, starting earlier than ever. it's now moving to thursday, on thanksgiving. don't blame the messenger. >> that does not look fun. >> that's not exactly how you want to spend that wonderful, family day. >> all right, folks. let's get right to the escalating gas crisis in the northeast. widespread rationing is expanding to include new york city and long island. abc's john muller is at a gas
station right here in manhattan, where the lines have been extraordinarily long. good morning to you, john. >> reporter: good morning, elizabeth. and they still are long. take a look. they stretch for blocks. they are long. they are intense. we haven't seen anything like this since the 1970s. rationing in place. if you have an odd-numbered plate, you can fill up on an odd-numbered date. you have an even-numbered plate, you can fill up on an even-numbered date. officers here. they're directing traffic. they're keeping the peace. there's some hot tempers here. and they're making sure that today's the right day to fill up. this morning, day 11 of impossibly long lines and impossibly scarce gasoline. rationing has spread to new york city and long island. a massive humanity, starving for fuel with an increasingly short fuse. >> it's impossible. there is no gas or you wait three hours. >> reporter: many are running out before they even reach the pump. last night, a new york city cop there to help keep the peace, helped a man push his car a
final block. but in new york city, an orange county man accused of running down a police officer after he was told to move his car from a gas line for traffic. this morning, more than 500,000 customers across the region are still living without power. and many need the gas to keep generators running in frigid temperatures. >> it's bad. and it's cold. and now, we have no walls. we have no insulation. we have no floor. it's cold. >> reporter: ten days after the killer storm, mayor bloomberg finally taking action. putting in gas rationing by license plates. >> we have to do something. this is something that's practical and enforceable. >> reporter: this week's nor'easter adding to the problems with additional power outages and tanker deliveries disrupted. >> there's no gas in brooklyn. we came into manhattan to get gas. >> reporter: an hour and a half you said? >> two hours. >> reporter: the rationing, shortages and long lines expected to last at least a couple of weeks. a very welcoming sign here. a tanker truck filling the gas
station up with gas. we need more of these. this is expected to last for at least a couple of weeks. the rationing in new jersey working very well there. and new york and long island, hoping for similar results. back to you. >> thank you, john. now, to the looming fiscal cliff. everyone's taxes go up on new year's day if no deal is reached. and diane sawyer got an exclusive look at where republicans stand from house speaker john boehner yesterday. jon karl has more of that from washington. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. the speaker of the house told diane he is confident he can strike a deal with the president. but he also took a hard the central issue dividing them, tax increases. >> i've made it clear to the president, and i think i said, laid out yesterday, that raising taxes on small business people is the wrong prescription, given where our economy is. >> reporter: but raising taxes on the wealthy was a central issue of president obama's campaign. he talked about it in every, single campaign speech. >> the wealthiest americans got tax cuts. tax cuts.
try a tax cut. another trillion dollar tax cut that favors the wealthy. >> reporter: in her exclusive interview thursday, diane sawyer pressed the speaker on that. >> 60% of the voters have said that they are ready to raise these taxes. they are ready to have the wealthier americans pitch in here. >> i said yesterday that raising tax rates is unacceptable. >> reporter: the looming fiscal crisis has already affected financial markets, helping drive the dow below 13,000 for the first time since september. if a deal is not struck, virtually every american taxpayer will see a substantial increase in their taxes starting january 1st. during the last negotiations, speaker boehner's hands were tied because tea party conservatives opposed compromise. here's what he told george back then. >> there's no daylight between the tea party and me. >> reporter: what does he think of the tea party now? >> we don't have a tea party caucus to speak of in the house.
>> reporter: as he called increased tax rates unacceptable, the speaker told diane he was open to increasing tax rev by closing loopholes. >> i'm the most reasonable, responsible here in washington. the president knows this. he knows that he and i can work together. the election's over. now, it's time to get to work. >> reporter: in the interview, the speaker also said that he would no longer push for a full repeal of obama care. now, he later corrected that a few hours later, saying that full repeal is still his ultimate goal. but clearly, george, the president and the speaker have some battles ahead. >> no question about it. jon karl, thanks. now, to president obama. later today he will respond to the speaker, and lay out his approach to avoiding the fiscal cliff. we get more reporting from abc's jake tapper on that in a moment. first, take a look at this remarkable video right after the election. an emotional president, addressing his young campaign troops. >> i felt that the work i had done in running for office, had come full-circle.
because what you guys have done, says that the work that i've done is important. and i'm really proud of that. and i'm really proud of all of you. and what you have done -- [ applause ] >> jake, that is a side of the president we almost never see. >> reporter: it is, george. this is wednesday afternoon. he stopped by his campaign headquarters and spoke with about 700 or 800 volunteers. obviously, got very emotional. he was talking about his days as a young idealist, coming to chicago. and how much more effective and intelligent these volunteers and campaign staffers are. one of the interesting things
about this race is, top aides say, president obama considered this victory to be more meaningful in a lot of ways because it wasn't just hope and rhetoric. it was four years of the grueling process of governance. and still, these volunteers turned out. >> another difficult challenge ahead. that fiscal cliff that is looming. we're going to hear the first words from the president on that this afternoon. >> reporter: and the language won't be that different from what you've heard already. the president will talk about how everyone agrees that the middle-class tax cuts should be preserved. and that the voters clearly favored what he calls a balanced approach, which means raising taxes on the wealthier. he'll talk about a new government report, the congressional budget office saying, that if all these tax cuts expire, the damage to the economy would be very, very powerful. but if the tax cuts for the middle-class are preserved, it would actually be not nearly as bad. george? >> so, both sides saying they want compromise. but also, digging in. jake tapper, thanks very much.
and sunday on "this week," our powerhouse roundtable examines all of the election fallout and the challenges for president obama in his second term. we go to josh and the headlines. >> one challenge appears to be aggression against the united states. two iranian warplanes firing at a u.s. spy drone. the provocative act occurred over the persian gulf, saying the unarmed drone was flying in international air space and was not hit. iran has not responded to the pentagon's statement. seven members of the u.s. navy s.e.a.l. team six are being disciplined this morning for disclosing classified information. the s.e.a.l.s were paid consultants on a new video game. officials say the s.a.e.l.s violated rules about tactics and procedures. and the bank robber known as the ak-47 bandit has apparently struck again. he was caught on camera holding up this credit union in idaho.
forcing employees into a safe before getting away with a bag stuffed full of cash. the fbi believes he is the same person who hit several banks earlier this year, on a run from california to washington state. in one heist, he shot and seriously wounded a police officer. a $70,000 reward is now being offered to conversatiinformatio to his arrest. and former congresswoman gabrielle giffords stared down the gunman who shot her and a crowd of bystanders last year. more, now, from abc's ryan owens. >> reporter: in front of a courtroom packed with other victim, gabby giffords stood silently, face-to-face with the man who came so close to killing her. mr. loughner, you may have put a bullet through her head. but you haven't put a dent in her spirit. he spoke to diane sawyer about it last night on "world news." >> she stared into his eyes the entire time.
i saw a person who certainly has, you know, major mental illness. but also somebody who knew where he was and why he was there. >> reporter: the last time congresswoman giffords saw jared loughner was almost two years ago. he shot her at point-blank range as she met with constituents. he killed six and injured a dozen moore. pam simon was shot twice and almost died. >> i really think he wishes someone had intervened. >> reporter: loughner is a schizophrenic, severely mentally ill. he never got help. now, the 24-year-old finally is. locked up in a psychiatric ward in a federal prison. serving seven life sentences for one of the worst shootings in american history. for "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, tucson, arizona. nestle is recalling its nesquik chocolate powder. only the 10, 21 and 40-ounce
canisters are affected there. and on our website, goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! yo uh can find full details. and take a look at this. a costly mistake at a loading dock overseas. a crane unloading a brand-new locomoti locomotive, when -- whoa. that wasn't intentional. crews apparently weren't aware that it could take more than a few knots to tie up a 200-ton engine. >> that's going to be your tag line. and no one was hurt. all right, thank you so much. now, to dramatic, new developments for illinois congressman jesse jackson jr. he's been out of sight for months, undergoing treatment for bipolar do bipolar disorder. now, there's another fight for the congressman, fighting ethics investigations by the federal government. pierre thomas has the latest from washington. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: good morning, elizabeth. congressman jesse jackson jr.
has been fighting to regain his mental health and return to public life. but this morning, he appears to be in a fight to stay out of jail. >> reporter: the son of civil rights icon jesse jackson was easily re-elected tuesday, with more than 60% of the vote. even though he dropped off the political scene months ago, to deal with bipolar depression. >> we're learning that congressman jesse jackson jr. of illinois has been re-elected. >> reporter: but jackson has been the subject of multiple fbi investigations, involving allegations of misuse of campaign funds and influence peddling. sources with the probe say he's now negotiating a possible guilty plea. >> the pressure is overwhelming when the fbi steps to you, particularly in a public corruption case because they're going to have a lot of evidence. >> reporter: investigators have been examining whether jackson used campaign funds to adorn his beautiful home in washington, d.c. recently on the market for $2.5 million. and there's allegations that jackson bought a female friend a
$40,000 rolex. and the justice department has been investigating whether jackson was somehow involved in former governor rod blagojevich's 2008 scheme to pedal the senate seat of barack obama. jackson has been seeking help at the mayo clinic in minnesota. he's missed 225 votes since. >> the fact is, congressman is under medical supervision. and is right now, regaining strength. >> reporter: he did no campaigning to speak of. releasing this october 20th robocall to constituents. >> your patience, your prayers and your support during this difficult time means more to me than you will ever know. >> reporter: in that video, jackson never even asked constituents to vote for him. his staff declined to comment. his lawyer did not return our calls. >> pierre, thanks. we're going to turn to big news about holiday shopping. thursday is the new black.
retailers want bargain-hunters in the stores earlier than ever. and bianna golodryga is here with more on how black thursday has replaced black friday. >> reporter: good morning, george. the surprising announcement that could shake up the business of holiday shopping. black friday has traditionally been the most important day for retailers. but if walmart and other stores have their way, thursday night is when true die-hard shoppers can find some of the best deals in town. not to mention being able to sleep in on friday morning. after years of early-morning stampedes and those black friday duels for deals, this year, the holiday shopping season will start earlier than ever. with walmart, sears and kmart saying they will begin sales at 8:00 thanksgiving night. >> there's a group of folks that want to shop early and get to bed earlier. >> reporter: the earlier hours could help capture more of those shoppers in what will be a competitive season. the national retail federation
expects holiday shopping will jump more than 4% this year. walmart says customers in its stores between 10:00 and 11:00 p.m. thursday night will be guaranteed deals on a 32-inch tv, a blu-ray player, even an ipad 2, without having to worry that supplies will run out. >> you can eat your dinner, clean your dishes, buy at 8:00, go home and rest. and get back up at 5:00 and buy some more. >> reporter: but walmart's move isn't without critics. it comes just weeks after some employees threaten to picket the chain on the holiest day in retail. >> we've seen an increasingly attempt by retailers to bring people in earlier and earlier. >> reporter: retailers don't seem concerned. betting that even with less time to digest their turkey, shoppers will still show up after dinner to save. >> i think people around 7:00, 8:00, will say enough football. enough turkey. let's get in exercise at walmart
to burn off the thanksgiving calories. >> reporter: for those who don't want to come in thursday night, walmart will offer deals at 5:00 a.m. friday morning. target and jcpenney have not announced their hours. if someone at the dinner table tries to excuse themselves, saying they're tired. >> i'll be talking a nap. let's get the weather from sam. >> we start with cleveland, cincinnati, caribou. this chill is still in the air. we don't drop this thing until later today, when we start to get sunshine through here. watch what happens when we push the warm air from the west into the east coast. look at the numbers go up. new york city, to 68 by the time we get to monday. that's almost 70 degrees, compared to where we've been in the last couple of days, big difference. raleigh, the same thing. atlanta, 62 today to 77 on monday. all of that warm air is getting shoved by a brand-new cold storm in the west. this could be the biggest november snowstorm in montana's history. we have to talk about what happens with all this when it gets into the middle of the
country in the next half hour. did we say happy friday? happy friday. . good morning. we're starting off on a cold note again. temperatures below average as we go into the afternoon, they'll at this below average, but we'll be warmer with that temperature at 56 degrees, lots of sunshine for today. that trend will continue as well as us getting warmer. saturday 62, 66 on sunday.
we'll be 67 monday for veterans day with showers moving in by tuesday. >> we have to talk cold temperatures in the southeast, like orlando and atlanta getting frost. we'll talk about that. stand up for heroes, the event last night, and the boss himself, headlining. roger waters took the stage, as well. with a band of 15 wounded soldiers he met at the walter reed hospital. he had been rehearsing with them for the past few days. stand up for heroes, founded by bob woodruff. it's an annual event. >> and raised $12 million for veterans. coming up on "gma," the city prosecutor under fire for possibly covering up her husband's crimes. he was caught on tape. she's accused of hiding evidence. nancy grace and dan abrams join us live to weigh in. plus, is the economy driving
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baltimore city. a crash in the southwest corn ore south smallwood street at eagle street. we're still dealing with that water main break. north charles street is shut down from penn station to 21st street. use calvert street or 83 instead. no delays on the jfx. outer loop is slow, 15 minutes to travel from i-95 up to 83. >> we're out of time. we'll be back in a half-hour. >> back to "good morning america." head to abc2news.com anytime.
♪ we're not gonna take it oh, that's a problem. this is the frustrated workforce, ladies and gentlemen. >> check out these videos. workplaces out of control. some are real. some are fake. can you guess? but they all capture the rage of workers pushed to the limit in a pretty tough economy. is it driving people crazy? there's sure evidence of that. good morning, everyone. robin recovering from her bone marrow transplant. great to have elizabeth vargas here. >> thank you. that's a piece i've been working on. it is the economy, stupid. one of our former candidates for president. we're going to get into that in this half hour in just a moment. we'll see if you can tell the difference between the real and the fake. also coming up, a story on a city prosecutor in seattle whose
under fire for possibly tampering with evidence and covering up her husband. you see him right there. another lawyer in the city. her husband is accused of some pretty harrowing crimes. she's accused of, perhaps, suppressing the evidence. our dan abrams and nancy grace will be here to weigh in a moment. and health news for brooke burke charvet of "dancing with the stars." she revealed it on her blog. and she has a message to a lot of women who may be in the same boat as her. >> glad she's speaking out. and he's been called the world's cutest dog. now, we have your world premiere exclusive, with boo, the christmas movie. don't miss it. >> oh. >> that is a really cute dog, though. >> that is the cutest dog in the world. >> i am not prone to go for these things. but that is a really -- >> is that a real dog? >> that's a real dog. as josh always says, it's
cavities in your eyes, it's so sweet. >> i'm a big dog guy, though. give me a big golden. a big lab of sorts. >> i thought you were big as in you love dogs. a big dog guy. >> i do love dogs, as well. and cats, america. >> and gerbils, everything. >> we've established, we all love dogs. we're going to switch gears and get to the explosive story out of seattle. a prominent attorney arrested for assault. and his wife, a city prosecutor, expected of tampering with key evidence. neal karlinsky starts us off. >> reporter: women in this massage parlor says this man was preying on them. a businessman in a suit. using personal information he'd somehow uncovered about their background to threaten them. >> i know this is a bad guy for me to do bad things. >> these assaults are happening on women that may not want to
call 911. >> reporter: a police sketch went out. a suspect, a very close likeness was arrested. it turns out, police say, he is no ordinary customer but a successful lawyer named danford grant. by all accounts, grant and his wife, jennifer, are a power couple. both attorneys. danford, a partner in a firm. jennifer, a supervisor in the criminal division of the seattle city attorney's office. her steady gaze, following him, as he was led out of court recently, gave away nothing. yet, court documents reveal behavior that's now being looked at closely. police say she moved her husband's car from the scene of his arrest, parked it in a random location near her home and didn't tell investigators for weeks. all the while, detectives were serving search warrants, looking for the car, hoping to find a folding knife, cell phones and other evidence. police say she also used her husband's card key to get into the parking garage of his office shortly after the arrest.
>> there could be severe consequences. and as a prosecuting attorney, one could argue that she should have known better. >> reporter: jennifer grant and her husband's attorney declined our request for an interview. the seattle attorney says she has been reassigned to responsibilities that do not entail courtroom prosecutorial work. her husband, the father of their three children, is now an accused serial rapist. he pleaded not guilty is out on bail, working on his own defense. for "good morning america," neal karlinsky, abc news, seattle. and for more, now, let's bring in our legal team. nancy grace, host of "nancy grace." along with our own legal analyst, dan abrams. dan, let me begin with you. the wife, a prosecutor, knows they're looking for the car for weeks. why wasn't she arrested? >> she has no obligation to speak to the police.
but she can't lie to the police. and she can't obstruct justice. if authorities believe she moved the car, and this is the key point, with the intent to conceal evidence, with the intent to obstruct justice, they might charge her. as of now, they haven't done that. and there still has been ongoing negotiations between her lawyer and the authorities about finding the car and other issues. >> the twist here, nancy, is that the authorities are the office she works in, the city prosecutor's office. >> that's exactly correct. and what's going to matter here is the timeline. the arrest and charges go down on september 24. the car sits near the massage parlor. how the police don't know it's there, i don't know. but three days later, after the charges go down, she moves the car. she doesn't bring it home. if my car had run out of gas or the battery went dead, i get it towed home. or i bring it home. no.
she moves it closer to her home but doesn't bring it home. she takes a key card to his office out, uses it to go in the office and puts the card back. but here's the thing. i believe his laptop was in that car. if she wanted to obstruct the police, if she wanted to hide evidence, she's a pretty bad cleaner because she left the laptop. on that laptop, i believe, is going to be evidence regarding these rape victims, like how he found them. how he found out about their families. in one instance, as he was trying to rape a lady, he was saying, i know about your husband. you should leave him. he knew all about these women. >> the fact that the laptop was turned in, could that be the reason she was reassigned but not fired from her job at the city prosecutor's? >> i don't think there's going to be any real criminal charges against her. she did not aid and abet him in the rape. after the fact, it's not going to matter in a court of law. maybe, maybe an obstruction charge for hiding this from the
police. but another thing i think we haven't factored in, there's probably a lot of other women out there. i had cases myself, where in the asian culture, it's a great shame to have been raped. the victim thinks it's her fault. there's probably other women out there. and that laptop may have evidence as to their identities. >> this brings to the attorney under arrest. he's been charged with several different sexual assaults. yet, still allowed out on bail in his home. >> in a case like this, most of the time, someone will be released on bail. people will say they shouldn't be released on bail. but in most case, they are. the question becomes how much should the bail be? one question in this case, why was the bail reduced from $3 million to $1 million? he's going to be on an electronic monitoring bracelet to make sure he doesn't go anywhere. but people think, these are very serious crimes here. but the purpose of bail, remember, is to ensure he showed up. to ensure he doesn't go anywhere. it's not intended to punish.
and at this point, he hasn't been convicted. >> his passport has expired. so, he can't leave the country. >> no, it can't. but another issue of bail is to protect the community. with this number of alleged rape victims, i think he's a danger to the community. as to her, no charges. >> okay. nancy grace, dan abrams, thanks very much. let's get the weather from sam. >> we begin with pictures out of -- wait. let me just try this again because it's friday. we begin with pictures from mammoth mountain, california. the highest resort in california. this is near donner pass. this is a lot of snow. and this is a powerful system. watch what this does to the rest of the country. this picks up the snow and the gusty winds in the west and starts driving into the plains. by the central part of the weekend, we'll see from texas to minnesota, the possibility of strong to severe weather from this system. salt lake city, a little bit of rain. but saturday, one to three inches of snow.
this is a game-changer into the country, bringing that cold air and really doing a big job of it over the middle of the country this weekend. look at the chill, this morning. atlanta, 39 degrees. jacksonville, 37 degrees. gainesville, 35. tallahassee at 33. six states in the southeast near or below freezing. >> all that weather was brought to you by nutella. >> thank you, sam. coming up, workers gone wild. it's all caught on tape and going viral. how the economy is stressing us all out. you know brooke burke charvet from the ballroom. now, the surprising revelation about her health battle aerohen message for women everywhere.
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pushed to the edge in a tough economy. some of those videos are real. some are fake. but all are a sign that in these economic times, it's not just the unemployed who are stressed out. even people with jobs are. take a look. what's new in the world of 9:00 to 5:00, will make you want to call 911. youtube makes it look like the american workforce is on the edge of a nervous breakdown. workers of the world, rising up against infuriating workplace oppression. the tyranny of faulty computers, paperless printers and annoying co-workers. >> we all bring baggage to work every day. >> reporter: now, many of these videos are fake. some are clever viral marketing campaigns. this is really an ad for office chairs. but all these online videos tap into something real. let's call it cubical rage. >> there's a lot of frustration
in our society. >> reporter: what is it all about? >> the rewards of economic gains have gone, as we all know, to fewer rather than more people in society, in general. and when people perceive inequity, they're likely to feel angry. and they're likely to want to take retributive steps. >> reporter: this is a well-known video game chain in new york. a worker captured his the day after christmas in 2 hshgs 9. he said he was joking, sort of. but he truly had had it with the customers and his manager. dave has now moved on from that job. this video went viral on the internet. here comes the new computer monitor. and there goes the new computer monitor. for some disgruntled parcel delivery people, everything is airmail. why is it that grown adults can act like children in the office? >> in the workplace, is a powerful social situation. so, we come to react to each other as if we were
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[ cheers and applause ] a big friday crowd out there in times square. all bundled up against the cold. and d.j. kiss, heating us up inside the studios this morning. she's in the control room. >> the control room's rockin'. >> they are. d.j. kiss, deejay friday. they're rockin'. there you go. >> there's tom. >> come on, tom. rock it. >> is there a facial going on? >> we've been trying to get -- nothing's happening because they're all having a party in the control room. >> who knew? i'm going to go and get a
pedicure. >> you can get facials with anything out of your refrigerator. >> you could, yeah. >> that is multitasking at its finest. >> it looks delicious. >> there's a television show going on right now. >> we could stay on this for a long time because they can't tell us to move on. >> nobody asked them to wrap. >> right. no one says we're out of time for that shot. >> uh-huh. also, well, "dancing with the stars" host brooke burke charvet's revelation. she's battling an illness that affects so many. this morning, an important message for women everywhere. plus, "hunger games" star, jennifer lawrence. one of the most beautiful young accesses today. she is now revealing, i can't even believe this, that hollywood thinks she's fat. how she's firing back. saying she eats like a caveman and loves it.
and how she wants everyone to see her. it's outrageous. >> how anyone can think she's fat, that's just ridiculous. okay. >> i'm going to go out on a limb and say this next tease is probably wrong. okay? it comes under accidental house cleaning. we have some adorable babies here, crawling around right now. they're members of our "gma" family. and that's not the wrong part. this maybe, though. they volunteered to help us test out the newest and cutest way to keep your house clean. no, people, you should not make your babies into floor cleaning machines. you should not. but we're going to talk about it. >> they're a human swiffer. >> no. that's wrong. >> i agree. >> has a little swiffer thing. >> that's what we're -- that's what we're doing? >> it has to be wrong. >> they are cleaning the floors, josh. >> can you just wait for "pop news"? >> what is happening?
i think we need real news here, josh. >> put them on 9-year-olds. i don't know. >> all right. how does one -- one doesn't make the turn. one just gets to it. let's get right to it because it is a crippling gasoline shortage. here, rationing in new york city and long island. only about 20% or so of the gasoline stations are open here following hurricane sandy. gas rationing eased the long lines in new jersey. now, new york is following suit. dolling out gas by license plate number, based on an odd/even system. thousands of here in the storm zone still without power. some are being told it could be a week or longer. new york's governor, furious. he called the utility system or dieic and obsolete. reports that one operates on a 25-year-old computer system. some residents want the military to intervene and do it now. scientists are out with a new warning about climate
change. the average global temperature will increase by up to eight degrees by the year 2100. scientists say that would result in drastically higher ocean levels and more severe droughts and floods. other experts predict the temperature increase closer to three degrees. president obama will deliver his first postelection speech at the white house today, to urge congress to take action quickly to avoid that so-called fiscal cliff we're now hearing so much about. tax increases and spending cuts due to hit in january. one government report predicts unemployment will skyrocket to 9.1% if those spending cuts do go into effect. in an exclusive interview, house speaker john boehner told our diane sawyer, he's confident he can strike a deal with the president. but this tax increases are, and i do quote, unacceptable. unquote. surveillance cameras catching someone using a forklift to rip an atm off its
fixture. the driver put the atm into the back of the pickup truck. police are searching for the suspect, the fella driving around with an atm in the back of his truck. finally, it was back to school for prince william and his bride. kate middleton and the british heir attending a gala at their alma mater, where they're fairy tale began. the school is celebrating its 600th anniversary. happy anniversary. never shy about recycling. see? kate wore a lace gown apparently that she's been spotted in before. >> see, josh? >> oh, my gosh. how did this not lead the show? again. >> that's a little too much chuckling at the fairly tale. it's a very nice story. >> fairly tales do exist. it warms my heart. >> thanks for that royals update. >> much like the baby swiffers do. >> i know. i'm scared to deliver this
story. but it is time for "pop news." let's dive right in. maybe growing up in the white house isn't that different from growing up in the average american home after all. turns out the adorable skirt that sasha obama wore on election night, josh, listen up. was a recycled. >> it's everywhere. >> everyone is doing it. i've been doing it my whole life. this is a hand-me-down from malia. she wore the skirt to a state dinner last year. ours weren't done by the top designers when we were kids. >> hand-me-downs. like in everybody's family. >> i used to think i was really cool. and i'm sure they thought so, as well. but it did make news today. it's nice to see the obama girls are keeping it real. and my guess is, it won't be long before malia is raiding michelle oobama's closet.
>> i was taller than my brother. >> you're really tall. we're cute overload today for everyone out there. it's friday, after all. we have the exclusive, first look, at boo the world's cutest dog's latest add venture. it's a holiday film. in the movie, he's joined by his brother, his brother, buddy, as they tell santa what they want for the holiday. they exchange gifts. and boo gives buddy a copy of his book. that's really generous. then, the pair, big surprise, they get their own boo mobile from santa. there's the brush. i guess, this is the book. yep. >> you're behind. >> i was trying to rush. and then, there's the big present. go ahead, open it, guys. they're very excited. here it comes. there's the tree.
oh. there's the boo mobile. you can see more photos of boo's christmas adventure on goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! >> there's more? >> yes. a lot more. >> that's awesome. >> the director's cut. from the world's cutest dog to a cute baby sighting. reese witherspoon was spotted out with her newborn son, tennessee james. she took her boy for a walk in santa monica. mom and son looking so great. he's adorable. this is reese's third child and first with her new husband. her older kids, eva and deacon, said to be bonding very well with their brother. we're not sure if reese would go for this. i'm not sure how i feel about it. sam, we've discussed this morning. yes, it's time to show you this real product, created by an entrepreneur. and this story was pitched to us by a mom on the staff. so, don't yell at me. you know you can't stop a baby from crawling once they're on the move. >> so, while they're there. >> why not put that little
scooter to work? >> why not -- >> creating the baby mop. it's a onesie with mop heads attached to the arms and legs. >> put your baby down on a dirty floor. >> babies crawl on floors, josh. these are babies from moms on our staff. they are putting the baby mops to use. they're going to shuffle around and clean the floor. let me give more information on this before you send us your angry -- [ laughter ] jake is not having it. this is the brainchild of a website called betterthanpants.com. the onesie is $40. >> i'm so afraid this is going to catch on. i'm really, really afraid. >> i have to be honest. i thought it was a cute outfit.
i didn't know it was a mop. >> you think he's going to a rodeo? >> stay there and timeout, mister. those corners are not clean yet. >> sam? tom is begging. >> i know. one last piece of news. they have them in adult size, too. just saying. >> no. i'm not wearing them now. let's go to the boards. we'll show you exactly what's going on this morning. we're going to start with an atlanta live shot this morning. why? unbelievable chill throughout the southeast this morning. when you step out, yes, it's for real, atlanta. it's not the south you know. it is feeling like 39 degrees. jacksonville, florida, 37. gainesville, 35. tallahassee at 33. that's a little kick of cold air. but there is some milder temperatures coming in with this sunshine this afternoon. there is a push of cold air into the west with this storm system. this weekend, there will be strong to severe storms in the middle of the country. but today, it's snow and almost
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we're back with the jaw-dropping headlines from actress jennifer lawrence. why is she saying that hollywood feels she's too fat? abc's linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: women want to look like her. and men, well, they just want her. and yet, jennifer lawrence tells "elle" magazine, in hollywood, i'm obese. i'm considered a fat actress. but just take a look at the 22-year-old oscar-nominated actress on the cover of "elle." is this the new definition of fat? >> in hollywood, the standards are for women to be thin. but she's on the top of every director's list right now. >> reporter: the star of this year's box office hit "the hunger games" says while she does have to work out for her upcoming role, she says, i eat like a caveman. i'll be the only actress who doesn't have anorexia rumors. she goes on to tell the fashion magazine, i want to look like a
woman. i don't want to look like a little boy. >> it's her natural beauty. also, the fact she is strong and looks like a woman. >> reporter: the notion that hollywood could possibly consider lawrence fat, wouldn't be the first indication the society's perception of body image has spun out of control. exhibit "a." victoria's secret angel posted . two days left until the v.s. fashion show. all the intense pressure to be beyond skinny is part of the reason actress melissa mccarthy told "good housekeeping" she would lose a few pounds, if she knew how. sometimes i wish i was a size 6. and lady gaga has fired back, posting photos of herself, in her underwear, after her 25-pound weight gain made headlines. >> there's a premium put on how
thin an actress is. and how she looks, even if that is unhealthy. >> reporter: lawrence seems comfortable in her own skin. saying she wants her body to look fit and strong. she says her role with "the hunger games" she doesn't want little girls to say, i'm going to stop eating dinner. pound for pound, she's aware of her weight in the industry. and really doing a good job to send a message as a role model, there's alternatives. >> i love that. thanks so much, linsey. let's get inside to george. now, to the surprising news from brooke burke charvet. the "dancing with the stars" host announced she was battling thyroid cancer. paula faris has the story. >> reporter: she's the bright-eyed bombshell who lights up the ballroom with her megawatt smile. week after week, delivering this
signature phrase. >> good luck. here's your scores. >> reporter: now, "dancing with the stars" co-host brooke burke charvet is revealing a very different kind of result, one she never saw coming. >> the last few months have been about a whole lot of research and a lot of doctors' appointments for me. i got my results back days later. they were atypical. >> reporter: the 41-year-old mother of four posted this video titled, cancer on her modern mom blog thursday. opening up about her diagnose of thyroid cancer. >> that means that i'm going to have a nice, big scar right here across my neck. i'm going to be a really good patient. and i'm going to do everything that i need to do. and i booked my surgery. and it's taken me a couple months to wrap my head around this. >> reporter: the dancing alum is a portrait of good health. recently gracing the covers of "shape," and "fitness" magazine. even releasing a series of
fitness dvds. but her disease doesn't discriminate. >> i feel really good. and actually, i've never felt better. that's what's crazy about this whole thing. and you never, ever, ever think that some tiny little nodule. i didn't know it was going on inside my body. >> reporter: since sharing her story, she has received an outpouring of support from fans and loved ones, even her co-host. >> brooke burke confided in tom bergeron some time ago. he's been a strong support for her. >> reporter: as she prepares for her upcoming surgery, this busy mom is keeping her spirits high. >> this is a happily ever after ending kind of thing. just wanted to tell you. and i'll keep you posted. i'm going to fight through this. >> reporter: for "good morning america," paula faris, abc news, new york. let's get more on this, now, from abc's senior medical contributor, dr. jennifer ashton. we just saw brooke right there.
it's very common. but the good news, very curable. >> thyroid cancer is on the rise in this country. over 50,000 cases diagnosed each year. the majority of them are women. as we say in the medical community, if you have to hear the "c" word, if you have to be told you have cancer, the prognosis for most cases is excellent. >> to go through the surgery, what will that mean? >> this is a butterfly-shaped tiny gland in your neck. it tess the hormone producer in your body. patients have to tyke life long thyroid medication. >> what are the symptoms or early warning signs you might have thyroid cancer? >> most of the time in its early stages, george, there are no symptoms. most common one is a tiny lump that you and your doctor might feel in your neck. but the key here is, while we don't understand what's causing it, common sense prevention, if you're getting x-rays, ask for
the lead neck shield. that's the best you can do. >> thank you very much. thanks, george. it's the holiday season. it can be hard to resist buying a little something for yourself when you're out gift shopping. whoa. all of our notes are flying. but you can pamper yourself guilt-free, especially when sales are going top kate dimmock, the executive director of "people stylewatch" is here. we have the hottest styles. >> we do, indeed. starting with, here we have teflon leather tops. i've seen them from designers up to $1,200. this is from zarra. let's see what we've got in terms of luxe right now. $69.95. >> and is it real or fake? >> well -- >> it's pleather? good. i love it. it looks gorgeous.
our next model. >> the fur vest is a luxe classic. everybody's got to have one. they go with everything. >> it's a classic for a long time. >> exactly. if you decide to invest, make a good choice. if you don't feel like investing in a faux fur vest, we have this one. and it is a mere $99. >> you're kidding? that's $99? >> yes. isn't it incredible? >> and fake but it looks real. it's gorgeous. >> and i love her bag, too, which is about 60 bucks. great for fall. >> and color blocking is a big trend this season. thank you, ladies. this is a gorgeous dress. >> this looks like a designer dress. this is the first design for the kohl's collection. and they're usually well over $1,000.
this dress is $64. >> this has been a really hot trend. i've seen a lot of ads for these dresses in magazines. and i keep thinking they're fantastic. and they're all at kohl's. >> so flattering. the detail the way the dark is on the outside, it accentuates the flattering. >> it's not limited to really trendy, gorgeous clothing items. but also accessories. this watch. is this a men's watch or women's watch? >> it's a women's watch. but the mens wear look is so hot this season. it's a gold is going to look luxurious and be a classic. >> how much does it normally go for? >> it could be over $5,000. >> and this sells for just $16.99. >> i love target. and these earrings, with the holiday season coming up. >> such a big trend, too. the necklaces are so big. but we love these earrings. >> it's a mix of cubic and
there's some fabric in there. but it is $42. >> now, i live in boots. i love them. we could use them right now. it's cold out here. >> and the equestrian look never goes out of style. it's a great look. these are from bamboo. and they're $30. >> oh, my gosh. that's fantastic. >> we really found items that say luxury but don't have that price. >> and these items, these aren't sale prices. these are the regular prices. kate dimmock, thank you very much. "people stylewatch" is on newsstands right now. and to buy all of the items you just saw, go to our website goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! coming up, linsey davis is getting a beauty treatment on her face. a special facial.
good morning to you. some of the top stories, today is sentencing day for a man accused of killing a towson student in a hit and run. he took a plea deal in september. a man was crossing coastal highway when he was hit. sporers of maryland' dream act are talking today about voter approval and how it should send a message for immigration reform nationwide. the measure allows children of ill level immigrants to pay in- state tuition at state colleges and universitys if they meet certain requirements. we are dealing with some dry times ahead. nothing on the radar.
in towson we have sunshine right now. blue skies. that will be the name of the game through the rest of today. if you are stepping out and about, have the coat. that temperature is 40 degrees. the winds out of the northwest at five to ten make it feel colder than it is. the chilly weather will be with us today. high of 56 degrees today. let's check traffic now. good morning. we are dealing with a crash on 895 along the southbound lanes at the steel bridge. inside the city water main break repairs do continue north charles street is shut down from penn station to 21st street. use calvert street or 83 instead. crash on the west side of the beltway on the inner loop at wilkins avenue. in parkville at harford road, outer loop slow toward providence road. >> we'll have more news in a half-hour.
he never thought it could happen to him. but it happened to josh. >> i just got punk'd. >> by lara. so, now -- >> it's a day of reckoning. josh is serving up some payback. with the help of -- >> andre agassi. >> what are you doing? >> you'll never believe happens next. >> wasn't my fault. >> this monday and tuesday, josh gets his revenge. game, set, match on abc's "good morning america." ♪ i know you're troubled don't be afraid ♪ ♪ girl, let me help let me love you ♪ ♪ and i will love you until you learn ♪ ♪ to love yourself
let me love you ♪ ♪ the heart i'll make you laugh ♪ ♪ hey >> how is that for a special friday morning. right there, grammy winner, has a brand-new album out, "r.e.d." we're going to hear from ne-yo this morning. good morning to everybody in towns square. elizabeth vargas is here. >> it's great to be here. maybe we'll send over to robin, a copy. it's been made into a movie, starring keira knightley, who is already getting oscar buzz for her performance in the movie. this morning, she's going to tell us all about what it was like to bring that famous character to the big screen, following in the footsteps of greta garbo. >> great buzz, too. >> it's so beautiful. >> good. >> eye candy, from start-to-finish. we're really excited about this.
coming up, we're going to do something special for you, our "gma" viewers. do you have a piece of furniture you can't part with? maybe it's out of style, damaged, dated. not to worry. we can help. right, josh? >> yes, we can. monday, tuesday, with you, is going to be a lot of fun with the tennis. >> can we not focus on that right now? >> it's going to be great. don't miss that. also, you can send lara a picture, along with a brief video of you with the object that you'd like her to work her crafty magic on. tell her why you want her to transform it. if we pick you, she will turn that trash into a real treasure. trash to treasure. if you're like us, "revenge" is a show you can't get enough of. we're just minutes away from this week's sneak peek on the episode. and you can only see it right here on "gma."
let's get started over here, from trash to treasure, to fabulous facials. so many of us spend money on products and salon treatments. what if you could treat yourself to an edible facial with stuff from your kitchen. let's fire up the beauty blender. daphne oz is here, the co-host of "the chew." >> we have delicious and healthy, natural beauty regimen. first up, is a pumpkin pie to the face. >> not the first time. >> oh, linsey davis. >> the whole idea here is, using things you have in your pantry, that are totally edible. natural products. pumpkin pie. yogurt, some pumpkin seeds for exfoliating. what you're doing is applying the nutrients you want from
eating these foods, straight on to the skin. yogurt has lactic acid in it. but it's also moisturizing. >> can we do it? i want to see the magic happens. >> get in here. get in here. >> linsey davis, may i? >> you already have beautiful skin. the reason i use things from my pantry, i know i'm not getting any chemicals on my face. >> do you want a taste? >> i guess. >> i'm glad you like it. >> i'm not going to do your face now. >> it's really rich in fatty acids. >> dry skin, pumpkins are good for. >> dry skin. and in the winter, when you're dry and flaky. >> bianna. are you sowing your wild oats, bianna? >> this is a wild oats skin corrector.
acne-prone skin or oily skin, this is for you. oatmeal is a great drying -- >> the baby is sweeping the floor. >> oatmeal, apples, milk and honey. >> and oatmeal is what skin types? >> oily skin types or acne. any scarring. let me try a little bit. here's the deal. with oatmeal, it's going to dry your skin out a little bit. give it a little taste. with the apple, natural antioxida antioxidants. the milk, to take off the top layer. >> throw the ingredients into a blender. how long do they sit on the face? >> five to ten minutes. this one can stay on longer. this is the easiest, simplest one. >> this is denise. one of our senior producers. and denise worked 24 hours for the election. and you call this the -- >> the depuffer for under your
eyes. >> remember the times when you wrapped me when i didn't want to be wrapped? >> this is just under her eyes. >> sorry. >> this is to get rid of undereye circles. any dark circle you have. potato and apple. we're going to stay here for a minute. >> we heard about cucumbers, tea bags on the eyes. >> potato takes away dark circles. and apple relieves the puffiness. you're going to go out with bright, clear eyes to show the world what you've got. >> it's a russet potato that you peel and blend in your blender with two tablespoons of apple sauce. >> we're going to continue our beauty treatments with the "gma" gals. we go out to sam. we have one waiting for you. >> why didn't you tell us the potato trick yesterday, lara? we've all decided that today's dark circles under the eyes need
potatoes. did everybody get on tv today? this is some times square crowd. a chilly morning. thank you for coming. you make our whole day with just showing up. let's get to the boards. one or two things going on this morning. pictures are going on. did you just give me antlers? did you really? that's so -- that's such a josh thing to give me antlers in the middle of the shot. let's get to the boards. we're going to start with mt. sashta. here's where the warm spots are. move the warm air east. we could sure use it on a chilly morning like that. new york city, 68 monday.
>> all that weather was brought to you by jimmy dean. are you big "revenge" fans like me? we're going to show you. the show inside the show, featuring five miniepisodes, with some of your favorite characters. it's "revenge," with no commercial interruptions. take a look. >> how is the dress working for you? >> none of these are right. is this all you have? >> let me pull a few more things from the back. >> margaret? is that you?
>> charlotte, don't pick up the box. our favorite, charlotte. by the way, keira knightley's coming up right here on "gma." don't miss "revenge," at 9:00, 8:00 central. and don't i got it when my intern et here was faster than at my office. [ male announcer ] when people switch from cable to verizon fios,
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there's some real oscar buzz surrounding the new version of a classical romantic masterpiece. tolstoy's love triangle, "anna karenina" stars ki s keira knig. we're happy to have keira back to "gma" to tell us about it. did you have any hesitation taking on a role like this? it's been done by such classics? greta garbo, vivian lee. >> i just said, sign me up. >> when i read the book, i was dreaming about it while reading it. your take on it in film is a little different than my memory of reading the book. >> you see, i read it when i was about 19. and i remembered her being almost saintly, you know? and the victim. and then, i reread it last year.
and suddenly went, oh. this is a lot darker and much stranger than i remember it being. >> and you certainly play her in a much darker way. you say, you think actually that tolstoy at times really disliked anna karenina. >> you have to think, whether she's the heroine or anti-heroine. she can be vicious and cruel. that's kind of what was interesting about her. she has all the assets to her character. >> i remember reading the book and thinking, how tragic it was she had to choose between her children and the love of her life. and yet, the way you play her in the movie, i almost couldn't forgive her for leaving her children. >> no. that was the big thing i had a massive problem with it. and i think you do. how can you not really judge somebody that does that? but also, you understand it.
you know, this is somebody that's never experienced that kind of love before. and it is addictive. >> why are you leaving moscow? >> what else can i do? i had to be where you are. >> stop. that's enough. go back to kitty. >> no. >> this is wrong. >> it makes no difference. >> you have no right. >> it makes no difference. >> you must forget me. if you're a good man, you'll forget everything. >> and you, will you forget? >> yes. >> this movie is one of the most beautiful things i've ever watched from start-to-finish. it is gorgeous. the costumes are stunning. in one scene in particular, you wanted her dress to look like she was wearing a rumped bedsheet. >> yes, i did. and the amazing costume designer, she really makes the costumes part of the character.
so, we both felt it was very important to -- >> capture -- >> exactly. >> can we say that on morning television? >> yes. we literally used bed linens to make one of the dresses. >> it was astonishing to see. it's a beautiful movie. and very controversial role, the way you played her. but really wonderful. >> thank you. >> i'm sure, like all of the other period pieces you've done, this is going to get a lot of attention. >> thank you. >> keira knightley. and congratulations on your engagement. >> thank you. >> it's a gorgeous ring. have you set a date? >> we haven't. we're both working too hard. >> enjoy this bit. >> this bit. >> great. congratulations. >> thank you very much. i got it when my internet here was faster than at my office.
[ male announcer ] when people switch from cable to verizon fios, there comes a moment when they get it. the difference 100% fiber optics makes. when i saw that picture, i really got it. i can enjoy the game better at home than going to the stadium. i got it when our apartment became the apartment. [ female announcer ] once you've got it, you get it. it's faster. it's better. so, what are you waiting for? switch to fios tv, internet and phone for just $84.99 a month for a year with no annual contract. or get this great price and $300 back with a two-year agreement. fios brings you the best tv picture quality... and internet ranked the fastest in the nation... it's one hundred percent fiber optic, one hundred percent different from cable. switch to fios for our best price online -- just $84.99 a month for a year... with no annual contract or get this great price and $300 back with a two-year agreement. go to verizon.com/hotprice today. that's verizon.com/hotprice. and see why millions have chosen fios over cable.
and i'm back here with ne-yo in our "gma" coffee house this morning. we have everybody unplugged. >> yeah. >> it is good. it is intimate this morning. big week for you this week. new album, "r.e.d." comes out on tuesday. election day. you also worked very hard for president obama. you had a double-whammy that day. >> it was a great tuesday. it was a great tuesday. obama's back in office. album's out. in stores now. pick it up. >> we're going to hear a bit of it. "don't make them like you." >> indeed. >> love to hear it. >> dedicated to one of a kind. here we go. ♪ tell them not to recognize tell them what you call it ♪ ♪ make the decision based on a dude's wallet ♪
♪ she's in the club acting like alcoholic ♪ ♪ and stumble then crawling ♪ you should be in the club with me ♪ ♪ make sure she follows me in my car ♪ ♪ she don't make certain she leaves in time ♪ ♪ to get home get ready for work ♪ ♪ the business is accounting her mother has a ♪ ♪ come on, little momma end that drama ♪ ♪ shorty, i'm going to raise a glass ♪ ♪ here's a toast to my lady with class ♪ ♪ i see you, babe i love the way you hey ♪ ♪ love the way you are because they don't make them like you ♪ ♪ hey you and me ♪ ♪ they don't make them like you, girl ♪
♪ she's a diva take a second ♪ ♪ she will leave you in the middle ♪ ♪ 12:00 noon in las vegas she knows what she wants ♪ ♪ not afraid to get it not afraid to have fun ♪ ♪ you're the one sexy as they come ♪ ♪ i'm going to raise a glass here's a toast to my lady ♪ ♪ with class ♪ i love the way you i love the way you are ♪ ♪ because they don't make them like you no more ♪ ♪ how do you do what you do, baby ♪ ♪ i love the way they don't make them like you no more ♪ >> clap, clap. ♪ clap for her they don't make them like her no
more ♪ ♪ clap for her everybody raise a glass ♪ ♪ here's a toast to my lady with class ♪ ♪ hey, hey i love the way you ♪ ♪ hey, hey i love the way you are ♪ ♪ because they don't make them like you no more ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah i love the way you ♪ ♪ hey, hey love the way you are ♪ ♪ 'cause they don't make them like you no more ♪ ♪ come on you how you ♪ ♪ do it love me that way ♪ ♪ make your move they don't make them ♪ ♪ like you, no don't make them like you no more ♪ ♪ baby, they don't make them like you no more ♪ ♪ whoa, whoa, whoa they don't make them ♪ ♪ like you no more
we're back, now, with a movie we're very excited about. "lincoln." it opens in limited release today. and our diane sawyer had a chance to sit down with steven spielberg, the director, and the star, daniel day-lewis. take a look. >> i am trying to imagine the two of you as children. >> we still are. >> that makes it easier. it helps. "lincoln." the first thing you remember hearing about lincoln? >> i have this recollection from my childhood when my uncle took me to the lincoln memorial. >> what did you see in his face? do you remember? >> i thought he was looking directly at me. that was about it. >> did you hear anything about lincoln? >> certainly was aware of him in some form or other at a fairly young age. and it might have been from the cards you got with bubble gum. >> another reason to feel inferi
inferior. their baseball cards had lincoln on them. >> diane on "world news." and also, on "nightline." next week, sally field and james spader. they star in "lincoln." thank you to ne-yo. thank you to d.j. kiss. have a great weekend, everyone. good morning. here are the top stories. the army private accused of leaking classified government
documents to the website wikileaks has offered a plea deal for less serious charges against him. that was revealed during a pretrial hearing for bradley manning. even if the court accepts this offer, manning could still face life in prison. the national guard is testing a live feed so service members in afghanistan can chat with their spouses and children. this will take place at m and t bank stadium today around noon. >> time for a check of the forecast. >> i have something good. warmer temperatures into the weekend. we're dry on the radar. it will stay that way throughout the day. look at that blue sky, sunshine. that's what we'll be seeing this morning and this afternoon. this morning don't let the sunshine fool you because it is on the cold side especially with the winds out of the northwest. that 42 feels chillier. this afternoon 56 degrees for the high.
66 degrees and 67 for sunday and monday. let's check traffic. unfortunately, we are dealing with several accidents. trouble on 895, a crash look the southbound lanes at the steel bridge. another accident on the west side of the beltway on the outer loop at 795. the beltway in parkville, major improvements, no delays up toward towson. inside the city water main break repairs continue to shut down north charles street between penn station and 21st street. use call verts or 83 instead. >> it's almost 9:00. >> we'll be back monday morning at 4:30. hope to see you then. have a great weekend. i got it when my internet here was faster than at my office. [ male announcer ] when people switch from cable to verizon fios, there comes a moment when they get it. the difference 100% fiber optics makes. when i saw that picture, i really got it. i can enjoy the game better at home than going to the stadium.
i got it when our apartment became the apartment. [ female announcer ] once you've got it, you get it. it's faster. it's better. so, what are you waiting for? switch to fios tv, internet and phone for just $84.99 a month for a year with no annual contract. or get this great price and $300 back with a two-year agreement. fios brings you the best tv picture quality... and internet ranked the fastest in the nation... it's one hundred percent fiber optic, one hundred percent different from cable. switch to fios for our best price online -- just $84.99 a month for a year... with no annual contract or get this great price and $300 back with a two-year agreement. go to verizon.com/hotprice today. that's verizon.com/hotprice. and see why millions have chosen fios over cable. call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 800.974.6006 tty/v