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good morning, america. breaking right now. belgium on alert for an imminent attack. special forces storming a neighborhood. a major city on lock down. subways and school closed. security here at home stepped up as well. lightings, as isis makes new threats donald trump surging in the polls as terrorism takes center stage on the campaign trail, but he's under fire for a story he's telling about 9/11. >> i watched in jersey city, new jersey, where thousands and thousands of people were cheering as that building was coming down. >> trump also under fire for what he said about the this
protester at one of his rallies. the big chill. temperatures tumbling this morning. freeze warnings across the south after the first major snow storm of the season. a foot and a half falling in some areas. icy roads and whiteout conditions causing more than 100 accidents. more than a thousand flights canceled in chicago. will it clear up for thanksgiving? and the "american music awards" turns up the heat. i'm here to remind you >> the amazing performances. too late to say i'm sorry >> the big winners. >> one direction! >> an out-of-this-world tribute to "star wars." and j-lo dazzles as a host and performer. we've got your all-access pass right now on "gma." we say good morning,
america, on this monday morning. what a night for all the winners and for jennifer lopez. boyer that opening number? >> nice dance the all of you. really something. we start off with the worldwide terror threat. look at the streets of brussels. that was last night. belgium's capital on lockdown. heavily armed police everywhere. the whole country on highest terror alert. matt gutman is on the scene. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, george. that alert means a possible terrorist attack is imminent. one reason this entire city, as you mentioned, is on lockdown. the subways are closed. employees told to stay home and work from home if possible. and schools. this is an elementary school during lunchtime. normally, it would be te rks ming with kids.
none of them was salah abdeslam. the sole paris attacker still on the run. the most wanted man in the world. his brother saying he thought salah was going on a ski trip. and now would rather see him in jail than killed. the search now focus topg molenbeek neighborhood of brussels where three of the a attackers came from. very tense here in molenbeek. we have seen authorities wearing ski masks. >> we're under siege. >> reporter: undersiege. >> we're at war, my friend. >> reporter: the houses of the terrorists blocks apart. >> they live right there. [ gunfire ] >> reporter: killed in the
shootout near paris last week. right outside our hotel, police action. jumpy officers herding pedestrians and journalists back. >> if we start shooting, you're in the crossfire. >> reporter: later, it turned out to be one of dozens of false alarms. police deployed at train stations and other soft targets. so far, no trace of a terror cell or abdelam. also this morning, we hear from the first time. >> the reason so many were killed is because so many people wouldn't leave their friend. so many people put themselves in front of people. >> reporter: now the government hotline got 12,000 calls overnight of false alarms. a sense of the fear here. i was based in jerusalem in the there. i never saw a city so paralyzed by fear.
>> that's saying something. didn't martha say she just returned from the war front in iraq. and it was the same. >> that's right. authorities insist there is u.s. but security has been ramped up. pierre thomas has the latest from the washington. >> reporter: on sunday, security in atlanta stepped up for the falcons football game. and overnight, expanded police presence at macy's great tree lighting and the wwe wrestling match at phillips arena. that match, a reported possible target of an isis attack, uncovered online by the hacker group, anonymous. all this beefed up security despite the fact that the fbi found no concrete evidence of a threat to the wrestingle event. >> i feel safe. >> reporter: across the doesn't sunday, an abundance of caution.
a southwest flight diverted after three men were supposedly acting suspiciously. no threat found. no one was arrested. police raining in new york city for an active shooting in the subway. an exercise planned for weeks. word this is morning of islamic officials. it's viewed as propaganda meant to sow fear and inspire isis sympathizers. americans will see increased security on mass transit. while brussels, belgium, braces for a possible imminent attack, u.s. officials say the threat picture here is different. >> we know of no specific credible threat of a paris-like attack dres directioned against the u.s. homeland. we are, we continue to be, we have been concerned about copy copycat-like attacks.
>> reporter: who might conduct copycat takes? the u.s. has several isis sympathizers under surveillance. robin? >> pierre, you're hearing there is word of a new threat from isis overnight? >> reporter: that's right. a new video posted overnight of a fighter vowing retaliation for air strikes in raqqah. u.s. officials are likely to see this as more propaganda. a serious es of videos about new york. you see the presidents there paying tribute to the victims in paris. hollande prepares to visit the white house tomorrow. good morning,. >> reporter: good morning, george. this visit comes just as the french are stepping up their part of the bombing campaign against isis.
in fact, this morning, the french aircraft carrier charles de gaulle arrived in the area. the military action with isis will be the top topic. >> president obama ordering an investigation into whether top military officials may have manipulated the numbers about the crisis. >> reporter: good intelligence strategy. the president has ordered his -- pentagon secretary and the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff to get to the bottom of these allegations that senior military officials were manipulating routine intelligence reports to show that more progress was being made against isis than really was. >> this came from a whistle-blower? >> reporter: it did. an analyst at military central command.
>> okay, jon, thank you very much. the war against isis and the takes in paris have made terrorism a top concern of campaign trail. polls show that is helping donald trump. tom ya has llamas is here with more. >> reporter: you look at new polls nationwide and key battleground states and trump is clearly on top. senators rubio and cruz mufing up in iowa and new hampshire. a significant portion of republican voters are loyal to trump. this morning, with terrorism fears at the forefront of the campaign, republican voters are sticking with donald trump. the candidate calling out those who doubted him. >> you know the int lecture elite of washington. there's no -- they're not even smart people, most of them. they're not even smart people. >> reporter: our poll showing trump's message on national security is putting him ahead of
trump telling george how far he would go the keep america safe. >> you would bring back water boarding? >> yes. i think it's peanuts compared to what they do to us. >> reporter: trump's critics say he's making up facts in his fight for the nomination. >> i watched when the world trade center came tumbling down. and i watched in jersey city, new jersey, where thousands and thousands of people were cheering as that building was -- coming down. >> reporter: trump insooising he saw it with his own eyes. >> the police say that didn't happen. those rumors have been on the internet for some time. >> i saw it. >> you saw it with your own eyes? >> reporter: jersey city's current mayor saying it never happened. >> he's will pli making up lies or he has memory issues. if you have either one of those, you have to question, his
>> reporter: and the republican front runner showing no sympathy for a protester at his rallies. the secret service saying a black lives matter protester was physically assaulted by trump supporters. trump saying this about the alleged beatdown. >> maybe he should have been roughed up because it was disgusting what he was doing. >> reporter: following the incident with the black lives matter protesterers trump being called out after his twitter post soeg this stat. various inaccurate crime stats suggesting more murder rates are drich by black americans. >> many people saw that tweet. >> reporter: the real stats are astonishing. the fbi's report from 2014 shows trump was really wrong. 82% of whites were murdered by other whites. blacks were responsible for 15% of white murders. >> this tough talk by him is
polls. >> reporter: his support keeps growing. now to the powerful winter blast in the midwest. millions of americans prepare to hit the road for thanks giving. phillip mena has the story. >> reporter: this morning, across the northern plains and midwest, icy roads and wintry gusts causing over 100 accidents. >> i would stay off the roads. they're really bad. >> reporter: more than 1,000 flights cancelled this weekend at chicago airports. o'hare setting up cots for stranded travelers. a major cold weather clean up in the midwest and northern plains. >> we've got eight inches. >> reporter: the first snow of the season dutching over a foot of snow in parts of south dakota, iowa, and illinois. >> hard to believe, last week, it was 60. this week, ten inches of snow. >> reporter: over 11 inches
making this the snowiest november storm in 10 years. sflit was bad snow. i got a whole layer of ice underneath all of this. it's a rude awakening. >> reporter: a rude awakening indeed. the record-breaking storm taking down trees and power looins. jolting some residents out of bed. >> had to call 911. it was crazy. >> reporter: travelers hoping they've receive the last of the major weather delays. >> thank you very much. what does this mean for thanksgiving travel? >> that storm is long gone. now we're watching a new one. on the biggest travel day of the years, it's the rockies back to the sierra we'll be watching. all that snow in the middle of the nation, you add rabe to it, you could see fooding on some of the roadways. i'll leave you with a look at the thursday forecast itself. look how mild, atlanta to boston. this morning, new york city and
boston, warmer than atlanta and charlotte. i'll have that coming up. >> oh, that's a little different. amy is here with the other top stories. new te tails in the miss lg malaysian airliner. >> there's a new direction for the search. shifting the focus of the search to a remote part of the indian ocean where a british pilot using a flight simulator believes the plane made a controlled ditching last year. the record deal in the pharmaceutical industry. there's word that pfizer is buying the irish drugmaker allewgan for $150 billion. new details about the fire that broke out on the 150th floor of chicago's hancock tower. investigators say a candle started this fire and five people were injured there. well, new safety questions in football after the quarterback for the st. louis
rams, case keenum, took a hard hit to the head while falling to the turf. he struggled to get up. was not check frd a concussion until after the game. jeff gordon completed the final race of his 23-year career on sunday. he enters requirement can with 797 races in his rearview mirror. his next career? a racing analyst. he says his time in the booth gives him an adrenaline rush. >> he'll be great. he's funny and smart. >> i agree. thank you, thank you both. did you watch last night? were you watching last night? the american music awards. what a night in l.a. jennifer lopez hosting and performing. nick watt was there for it all. you know >> reporter: alanis morse setd
little pill" with demi lovato. and i'm here to remind you of away tl the dawn let's marvin gaye and get it on >> reporter: then megan trainer and charlie puth did just that. we heard the "star wars" theme reworked. >> in way you have never heard before. >> reporter: by pentatonix. >> reporter: no one puts bieber in the corner. i know i know that i made those mistakes maybe once or twice >> reporter: singing and dancing. is it too late to say i'm sorry now >> reporter: in the rain. tonight this is that ice cold michelle
pfeiffer that white gold this one's for them good girls pretty >> reporter: j. lo was, hard to believe, a first-time host. you killed it. >> oh, thank you. you're the first person i talked to since i finished. >> reporter: one direction on the eve of taking a break from the business made history. baby you're perfect >> reporter: artists of the year second year in a row. best band for the third. >> can we just not do the eye hiatus? celine dion did an old number, a tribute to those killed in the paris attacks. >> we're celebrating life here. but you know, it's the things in the world that need love, that
>> reporter: and jared leto gave a moving speech honoring the victims. earlier this year, he and his band played that stage where hostage takers took so many lives. more on the cold weather. >> i promised you the frost and freeze advisories from texas. austin at 31. to north carolina. and yes, slightlytly warmer here by the water in new york city. we have to get to your local
kevin: good deal of sunshine around for us today as the weak system that was located mainly away. it is going to be with a brisk wind. temperatures which edge up a couple of degrees through the day pushing us into the 30's to near 40 degrees. we are going to feel cooler than that going at times over 20 miles an hour. then we drop back from the next cool night in the teens to the lower half of the 20's. notice the warming trends as we go through the thanksgiving and beyond. >> i waned to bring back that chill just so we could cool down after seeing j. lo. can i just be a little bit of her when i grow up? >> you are a little bit like her. >> i can't move like that. >> you will in about a month? >> and all the different changes. >> not two, but ten. >> ten? >> each one better than the last. we'll get into that later in the show. >> there are just five of them. pick your favorite. they're all hot.
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sean: good morning. time right now is 7:25. new details on two well known people killed in the crash on saturday. friends say 67-year-old janet withington and 63-year-old jim bouchard were beloved. jim was always ready to help anyone and janet was a dedicated nurse. saturday's crash remains under investigation. neither drugs nor alcohol appear to be factors. maggie hassan will join announcing her support of operation warm. the campaign raising money to provide new coats to needy children for the winter. if you would like to help, head to operationwarm.org. let's take you outside. kevin: temperatures in the 20's and 30's early. only going up by another the afternoon. it comes with a brisk wind out of the
at times over 15-20 miles an hour. besides the lake effect snow out through the lakes, the next system doesn't arrive until later friday night or early saturday. start off with the first half of the week on the chilly side. lows in the teens and 20's tonight. after full sunshine on wednesday, winds starting to shift more southerly and southwesterly. that's going to push temperatures into the 40's and 50's. before the front arrives, the chance for
welcome back to "gma." you're looking at the streets of brussels this morning. the capital practically a ghost town now. the country on the highest terror alert. sub waist and schools shut down. we just learned five more pop were arrested in raids overnight. that brings the tote toll 21. >> so much of europe on edge. donald trump surging in the latest polls. a double-difficult lead again even as he faces claims he's making about 9/11 on the campaign trail.
starting on thursday, then cybermonday. walmart says it will begin online specials saturday night. >> supersunday. >> you might as well keep going. >> terrific tuesday. shop away, america. also this morning, adele saying, hello. to record-breaking numbers. and to some very creative tributes. jesse is going to have more coming up. hey, jesse. >> hey, robin. you know you've made it when the muppets pay tribute. and to the "snl" parody. we begin with the hero medical student shot in new orleans when confronting a man dragging a young won woman down the street. you see the incident there on camera. police have identified the gunman. ryan owens is in new orleans with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, george. the medical sunt who took a bullet to save a strange sir recovering in the hospital behind me.
and this morning, they are desperate to find him. watch as cameras appear the capture an intoxicated young woman stumbling down a nons street at 4:00 if the morning friday. moments later, she's on the ground. from another angle, the suspect is seen lugging her near-limp body towards his suv. appearing to abduct her. that's when 25-year-old peter gold, a fourth-year tulane medical student from florida passes in his car. spots the pair. and throws his car in reverse. >> he stepped out of his vehicle to intervene. at which point the individual attacking this other woman pulled a gun on him. >> reporter: staring down the barrel of the gun, gold is shot in the abdomen. the gunman tries to finish him off. attempting to shoot him in the head when his gun jams. police say after the shooter fired, he spoel stole the woman's purse and made his getaway. cameras getting a good look at
his face before he drove off. >> male shot in the stomach. >> reporter: this morning, police are serging for the gunman who they identify as 21-year-old euric cain. >> we will pursue this person with everything we have. >> reporter: as for the victim, aspiring dr. peter gold, his friends tell us he's someone who always has your back. he's recovering this morning. his family says he's in guarded condition. the woman he stopped to help escaped with only minor injuries, thanks to a med student who has already earned the title dr. gold. mishere in new orleans have combined with tulane university. they've come together for a now more than $12,000 reward for information leading to the shooter. >> hopefully, that will help. such a heroic act. >> instinctive. he just went right for it.
a full, full recovery. now jay meis winston. he's having a big day on and off the field. he's threatening to sue cnn. mara schiavocampo is here with the story. >> reporter: now, winston had great night. the heisman winner having a career high. possibly a personal low last night. his attorneys saying that cnn documentary manipulates, misstates, and omits faks presenting a quote false narrative. >> caught for the touchdown! >> reporter: overnight, tampa bay buccaneers' jameis winston making nfl history. tying the record for most touchdown passes in a single game by a rookie. off the field, he's playing defense. the1-year-old threatened possible legal action against cnn before it aired a documentary this past weekend, revisiting long-standing rape
the attorney accusing the network of making a reckless decision, by choosing to air "the hunting ground." a film featuring former florida state university stunt erica kinsman who claims winston sexually assaulted her in 2012. >> i want to know, why me? assaulting her. saying the pair had consensual sex. the attorney saying that the film manipulates, misstates, or omits facts to present a false narrative. but the network aired the documentary. overnight, telling abc news, it's standing by its decision to do so. >> i think what is so powerful about the hunting ground is we get to see her as a dlee-dimensional person.
>> reporter: as for the legal threat to cnn, the accuser's attorney is firing back, telling abc news, mr. winston should get used to the rape allegations against him because film or no film, they aren't going away. kinsman has filed a civil suit against florida state and winston. winston has filed a countersoout. the documentary ard last night as scheduled. no doubt on whether winston will move forward on the suit with cnn. cnn says they're hoping to open the dialogue about sexual assault on campus. >> someone else, wnt eren't there others objecting to it? >> reporter: yes, the film was not just about him. it tell us his accuser's story. >> a group of harvard law professors are criticizing one of the other segments in the piece as well. >> reporter: there are a lot of questions about this. this premiered earlier this year
at sundance. cnn has aired it. we'll see if winston moves ahead with the suit. >> you can read and see much more at this story on espnw.com. coming up, "gma" is on the money. gio benitez has ways to save hundreds on heating this winter. >> coming up, we're going have the secrets to save some big cash as you try to heat up this home. it's chilly out here. stick around. you're watching "gma." everyone needs a bff.
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family of rhode island. parents brian and amanda love their new home. but say the frigid new england wint rers putting a freeze on their savings. >> the heating last year was quite a surprise. >> reporter: a surprise indeed. their yearly gas and electric bills totalling more than $3700. wow. >> reporter: to dial down some of the costs, we brought in ben bixby. >> are you ready to save money? >> absolutely. >> reporter: he says hunt for
that's where 25% to 40% of the average home's warmth leaks out. >> some are harder to find. some are easier. like when you have a hole in the floor. ben says pay spshl attention to the windows in the laundry room. >> you're key ating negative pressure, pullinging more cold air in the house. >> reporter: the fix? seal it up with a sealant. >> during the winter, the hot air can escape just right up there. >> reporter: plugging the hoels, saving them $160 each year. don't overlook the hidden weak spots. the areas you might not see. bee hind radiate ors radiators. you can see the dark area where valuable heat is getting out. we install reflective backing to direct some of the heat back into the room. >> this will probably save you
>> reporter: finally, buy a smart thermostat. in addition to controlling it with your smartphone, it monitors your family's heating habits and turns off when not needed. >> just this wint, we expect you'll see over $80 in savings. now we're in winter mode. >> reporter: the up front cost? about 275 bucks. over five years, ben says the vaughn family could snuggle up to more than $1400 in savings. all right, right now, we're here by this window. i want you to look at the thermal camera again. check this out. see the edges of the window there, that's where the heat is actually getting out. but you know what? there's something called a winter drap that you can put on inside your house. you can get them. guess what? they're 20 bucks. a lot thick person they won't let the heat out. >> and guess what? you're not the only one that has a thermal camera. you can put one on your phone. >> what do you see?
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love this song. feed." adele being the subject. she's had quite a week. her album, "25" out friday, selling more than 900,000 copy ies on itunes in the first day alone. naturally, everybody wanting in on the act, right? >> naturally. the first song sold 1 million downloads in a week. so everyone channeling their hello it's me i was wondering if after all
ah, yes. miss piggy taking on the ballad. ones. "snl" showing us how only "hello" can settle a family feud. hello from the other side times >> matthew mcconaughey was part of the skit. they got the coat. the nails. a lot of face-touching. >> it is true. every time that song comes on, it's like a communal thing. sold almost 2 1/2 million copies in the first week. she might be the first to break the record since' nsync. >> what do you think?
>> now from wmur news 9. sean: 7:55 on monday. man chester police need your help tracking down an armed robber. the clerk said the robber appeared to be armed. a suspect took off after getting some money. no one was hurt. the robber is described as a white man possibility in his 20's. he was wearing a black ski mask, white sweatshirt, and gray gloves with black tips. skiers and snow boarders will be able to hit the slopes soon. the guns are running. the trails are scheduled to open as soon as wednesday. bretton woods plans to open tomorrow.
cranmore mountain, cannon mountain, and sunapee are set to open on friday. pats peak is scheduled to open on december 5th. it is cold enough. we're at the freaking mark, kevin. kevin: there's the breeze which continues to bring in the cooler air out of canada. you'll notice back up to the north and west a few extra clouds. the northwest wind is going to continue to add in the cooler air. add extra bite. temperatures going up a couple of degrees. next system for us is off of the maps and out in the pacific northwest. several days of fair skies into the busy travel day on wednesday thursday. mid 20's to mid 30's. edging up by three, four, or five degrees which gets us from the lower 30's to lower 40's. the breeze is going to add the extra bite to the air before settling down later tonight.
tomorrow. then the wind turns more southerly by the time we get toward
wednesday afternoon, wednesday night, and thursday. that's the warming trend which gets us into the 40's to lower 50's for thanksgiving. in the 50's statewide by the time we get toward friday. from there, front approaching friday night. could mean a shower saturday morning and
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. breaking overnight. a suspect arrested in the murder of the pastor's pregnant wife. killed in her own home while her husband was out. an 18-year-old in custody. the head of facebook revealing his next big move. mark zuckerberg saying he'll take two months of paternity leave when his daughter is born. i think i want to marry you and sofia vergara says i do. tying the knot with joe manganiello overnight. all the information. right here.
night at the amas. j. lo turning up the heat in a big way before talking to us backstage. >> how many outfits. i lost count. >> it might have been ten. >> reporter: >> from arianna to demi. your all-access pass to the amas, as we say -- >> good morning, america. we're talking about two kissing like that. >> are they dating? please let us nou know. >> i hope so. >> a "pop news" investigation. special morning here. before i go further, you signed off on all this? all what? >> it is your birthday. >> i know that. thank you. >> happy birthday. >> on everything that's about to happen right now. we have our audience router here. special message. take it away, guys. >> obin?
i was not aware of that. that is very nice. thank you, thank you, thank you. nickname. >> obin. >> only the beginning. one more big surprise. really. >> i asked. >> but i do know about another big surprise in the works this morning. a very special coach who has helped turn around a high school football team and a community, everyone rallying with a huge thank you this morning now, he thinks he's there for a pep rally. >> so much more, right? >> so much more is going to happen. you want to stick around for that. >> really beautiful story. it is, of course, the holiday season, as you might have thought since, like, september, if you listen to the chris mas music in stores. we have supershopping secrets. how you can get more with gift cards. becky worley brings it.
it's robin's birthday. she can do whatever she would like. break news. word that usa military helicopter has crashed in south korea. an apache helicopter crashed on a roadway, exploding into fame. the pentagon has not updated the fates of the crew. alert. the capital op belgium, brussels, under lockdown for the third day. subways and schools all closed. the u.s. embassy telling americans in that country to shelter in place, as belgian authorities fear a series of paris-style copy cat attacks. this all comes as the manhunt attacker. two dozen suspects were arrested in raids today and yesterday.
domd trump is standing by his statement that new jersey people cheered when 9/11 happened. our new poll shows trump opening up a big lead with voters who view terrorism as the top issue. arrest in the murder of an indiana pastor's pregnant wife. kendis gib sob son has the latest. ror overnight, after a two-week-long investigation, police have made an arrest in the murder of amanda black burn. 18-year-old larry taylor taken into custody. the young pregnant mother, shot on november 10th, her bodice covered by her husband, a local pastor. >> it's hard to sort throw the emotions. >> reporter: he went to the gym. when he returned, he found his
head and no signs of forced entry. the community searching for answers. it's unclear if taylor is this man, seen on neighborhood surveillance video who authorities believe to be involved. >> do you have any idea why anyone would want to hurt amanda amanda? >> she didn't have an enemy in the world. >> reporter: overnight telling abc news, we're glad this part of the process has concluded. our detectives have worked several days without sleep, putting all the pieces of this puzzle together. for "good morning america," kendis gibson, abc news, new york. the price of gas keeps falling. the national average this morning is $2.07 a gallon. that is 15 cents cheaper than last month and 75 cents cheaper than this time last year. if you woke up grumpy,
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online now at kohls.com. welcome back to "gma." going take a look at that big announcement from mark zuckerberg. the facebook founder will take two months of paternity leave when his daughter is born. that kicks up the discussion about paid family leave. >> reporter: hey, guys. hey, gorge. good morning. good morning to you. a huge announcement from one of the world's most famous ceos. one of the most high-profile leave. mark zukerberg friending over the weekend after announcing he'll step aside from his day-to-day responsibilities after the birth of his first child. posting this message on facebook say, this is a very personal decision. and i've decided to take two months of paternity leave when our daughter arrives.
papers take time to be with their newborns, outcomes with families. adding every day, things are us. and we're excited to start this next stage in our lives. the c erk o's decision to take an extended leave is coming at a time when others are increasing the amount of time new parents can take off from work. >> let's talk about this more with rebecca and tory johnson, our workplace contributor. think this will have a big impact? >> think this will have an impact the ceo sets the tone. when the policies existings people freakily don't take them. you can take the cynical side of things. mark zuckerberg is 31 years old. one of the wealthiest people in the world, worth $46 billion at this very moment in time. he can do what he wants. the important thing is he can do
what he wants. he's choosing this. more people might make the same call. >> and playing off of that, even if they have the option, there's still a stigma to men taking paternalty leave. daniel murphy took just two games off and he got ripped. >> there are states that have paid paternity policies. california is one of them. dads eligible for six weeks of paid leave, they took less than a week. that's because there is that stigma that exists. would you take two month ifs ali had baby? i would. it's a long time. to do it. >> absolutely. another tech giant, who, two weeks and mark saying, four -- two months. um, big, big differences there. >> it's not just the stigma. you were talking about mark zuckerberg can afford it. he leads by example. his company has a good paid
leave policy. not all companies do. >> just 12% of companies have any kind of paid leave policy. more and more companies have to step up to the plate. they have to offer this if they want people to be able to take it. >> it's part of the presidential campaign now too. people calling for paid leave for everyone. >> this is the first time we've had a conversation about someone doing it, not just a policy. it's a good sign. >> let's go to robin. now to the "gma" at the amas. an amazing night. jennifer lopez, she brought it. some raemly big performances. it was clear that women were front and center. and nick watt is back with that. >> reporter: j. lo had bieber doing the robot and rebel wilson let it fly. >> i thought to myself, i kept seeing irs love to dance. i'll sing a little something. but i'll just dance to all the great music that came out this
>> reporter: then came ariana grande. sell lean in gomez. carrie underwood. the women have been killing it tonight. >> i think so. we kind of are awesome. >> reporter: we kind of are awesome. >> pretty sure. the ladies rule the night. sorry, boys. >> reporter: gwen stefani looked like this. used to love you >> reporter: then sang like this. but i think it's because i remembered for the first time >> reporter: earlier, outside, and carrie underwood in a cape. >> i feel like country, like, superhero. >> i think all the girls are rocking. all the ladies are ruling tonight. >> reporter: plenty of guys won awards. >> sam hunt. >> reporter: but even sam was still talking about j. lo. >> jennifer lopez. i feel like she's great. she's done such a good job. >> reporter: she knows what she's doing. >> she's a pro. >> reporter: she's a pro. how many outfits. i lost count. >> it might have been ten.
i doan know. maybe nine, maybe ten? >> reporter: was this the tenth? >> mm-hmm. we were saying phenomenal job. and to break down the glitz and gam mour, june ambrose, whose new collection is available on hsn pip like what you got going on. >> thank you. >> what were the trends? high necklines. there was no decolletage. it was all about the back. >> almost like a turtleneck, some of them. >> i loved it. >> and you thought gwen steph fani really brought it? >> she remided me of, from the '70s, when -- barbra streisand and the '70s from the oscars. it was all about, all about the legs. wasn't that gorgeous? >> that's gwen stefani? wow.
high necks, high-top knots. she did something very retro. >> and you also, carrie underwood. she's a m mo, you know. >> she's a rock mom. >> she is. she is fantastic. >> she did this cape. she did it short. she played with scale. >> she doesn't normally do that. >> this was very racy for her. very over the top. i thought she looked stuping. rock mom ready. look at those legs. right? all about the legs. it made the cape that much more dramatic. >> do we have enough time for all the j. lo? >> ten changes. incredible. does she not rock the opening was outrageous. she knocked it out if park, look after look after look. it's j. lo. what did we expect? i was so excited every time she came back on stage. it was more and more racy and -- >> that was my favorite.
was that oscar? maybe it was ellie saab. the d square opening. the tribal drama. >> it was a great night. >> it was. >> all the best to you. >> happy birthday. >> thank you, thank you. lar? you won't get any of those looks at a discount. we'll show you now save big this holiday season. gift cards. brand-new series called super shopping secrets, holiday edition. becky is here. there's a lot to know. >> we have a little bit of morning math. if you spend $80 for a gift card that buys $100 worth of stuffing it's a 20% discount. like getting free money. who doesn't love that? gift cards are hot. you can buy them as ath a discount. why wouldn't you want to do that if you're giving it as a gift, you paid $79. you're giving $100 gift card.
boom, 20% discount. often, it's the only way to get a percentage off when shopping for a coveted item. i bought this card online for there are 83. i used to it buy $100 worth of christmas presents. it's a win. method number one, clearinghouses. like card cash.com. raise, and gift card granny. i bought a bloomingdale's gift card but used to it buy $100 worth of makeup. i got 15% off. make up in makeup never goes on sale. the fear is their fraudulent. you pript some out. it's electronic. will they work? most of them did. no problem. i had one gift card that didn't work. here's the key. buy from a site that has a guarantee. i contacted customer service at the website where i purchased the card. they refunded me completely.
method two, girt calfs go on sale big-time this week. last year, i bought a slew of target cards that were 10% off. don't forget warehouse clubs likes costco. they often have cards on sale with more offered this week. one of the best places to buy, ebay. not from another user. no, ebay the company sells them directly. see, right here, discounted cards, vetted and good to go. take all of these tips and here's the big secret. use discounted gift tard cards to play for items on sale and use a percentage off coupon. you'll rack up huge discounts. >> so many great tip there is. if you're a gift card lover, you say proceed with caution. >> only buy if you're know you're going to use it. you know who loves that we buy gift cards. retailers. since $2008 this is how much of
there are 44 billion unused sitting in our drawers or whatever. >> so, okay, if we are going to proceed and give gift card this is holiday season. advice? >> take an inventory of what you have. ask the teen inchers. the drawer where gift cards go to die. get them collected. take a whole punch, clip right through and then put them on to a key chain anytime you want to spend mad money, it's right here. next up, if you have a gift card that you're not using, go to one of these sites and sell it. just go right away. they'll give you maybe 80 bucks for your there are 100 gift cards. some money is better than none money. if row you have one for itunes or amazon. all those online stores, it will be a credit. you can use it. not when you remember. >> this is a great idea. more to come, too. this series continues. we want to get outside to
ginger with a look at the weather. >> it's that time of year. i have the hand warmers back out. i'm giving them away.. here's a hand warmer. very exciting. we celebrate 90 years of the rockettes. we're celebrating 44 inches of snow in keystone resort in the last week. and then the warmup. west of chicago, 56 by thursday. kevin: x. of expecting a lot of sunshine with a few extra clouds up north. the wind jumping up. temperatures will go up about four or five degrees from the current levels as we continue to watch the cooldown take hold through midweek. the next system for us low kuwaited in the pacific northwest. we go through likely friday afternoon before any systems even approach the area. that means 30's to lower 40's for highs today and tomorrow. then a warming trend gets us into the 50's by the time we get to friday.
happy 60th birthday. let get in for pop. >> happy birthday, ginger's dad. and robin. pop news, a gift to you all. a star-studded affair as sofia vergara married fellow actor and "gma" friend joe manganiello. sofia posting these pictures from the ceremony held at the breakers resort in palm beach. such a gorgeous spot. her son walking her down the aisle. there they are. the guest list was triple xl. including vergara's modern family. reese witherspoon. channing tatum. he starred are manganiello in "magic mike." joe serenaded his bride with a guns' n roses song, sweet child of my mine.
the couple changed the line to i will, instead of i do. >> i loved seeing the pictures. i was ol following like i was at the wedding. >> she had lots of costume changes, too. >> she did. >> hey, also in "pop news" we're all about saving money, as you just heard with becky worry. a georgia couple already knows that. they've taken living within their means the a new level. they decided to buy a bus when their rent was raised. they converted a bluebird vintage school bus into a tiny but terrific home. they spent another $1,000 in renovations and decor. the bus has a working bathroom, a shower, a killer view. it's parked in a park just outside atlanta, where they live. they get all the perks of a big backyard out any of the hassles of yard work. >> very smart.
home insurance, car insurance, bundled into one. >> exactly. >> brilliant move. >> they started -- this couple lived in a five bedroom house. then an apartment. now a bus. we don't know. we'll let you know. finally, hall sween over. today is robin's birthday. the pop news team brings you this video gift. possibly the most creative canine costume we have seen. >> that is priceless. >> let it roll. >> thank you. that's great. >> we also believe that there's a metaphor on a movie monday, just remember, robin, you're lever alone. >> thank you, lara. thank you. >> happen by
sean: good morning. 8:27. people are remembering the two, janet withington and james bouchard. they were dedicated. the crash remains under investigation. the patriots host the bills. kickoff is at 8:30. that means "dancing with the stars" moves to me tv new hampshire at 8:00. me tv is carried on many cable systems.
the channels are listed on your screen. you can find it over the air. the show will be available on demand tomorrow at abc.com flight. a live, beautiful look at the sun. goffstown is still cold. kevin: the storm system racing in. for the rest of us, a lot of bright sunshine. we're going to have the winds out there today out of the northwest at times kicking up. temperatures will nudge upward due to the sunshine. we're talking highs today in the 30's to 40's. the breeze is going to feel cooler than that. the breeze will lighten up. i think the next couple of nights we're talking teens to lower half of the 20's. a chilly start. the big area of high pressure overhead.
i want to see you smile welcome back to "gma." and check out this cake right here. in the middle of our table. >> very nice. robin. happy birthday. that's your favorite. >> red velvet. >> my favorite, too. so thank you. >> cake for my friends. let them eat cake. what did you say? i should take my birthday off next year. >> you get shy of the accolades and video presents. you can't have a cake without sing happy birthday. we might need help. >> okay. >> help?
help? help anyone? >> oh, there he is. >> oh, my gosh. happy birthday to you happy birthday to you happy birthday dear robin >> oh, josh. happy birthday to you >> thank you, sweetie. now that -- okay. >> look at that cake. >> josh groban. that's a first. >> serenaded. >> i picked them myself from my garden. >> they just happened to be back there. >> yeah. >> do we have to pay for the song? >> i think my record label owns it. >> i think you're worth it. >> wow would think i was 5 instead of 55 with all that. but that is very, very special. >> we love you. >> i'm glad you're here.
this next piece you have got to stay at home for this. sit the season of giving and we're kick off thank you, america, our special series saluting people who is gone the extra mile to make a difference today. like josh just did for me. we have a football coach who came out of retirement, turning around a high school team and the lives of students in one michigan town that this woman knows all too well. high. >> that's where my mom went to high school. >> t.j.? ror good morning, happy birthday, as well. i want two special young men here. percy and jeremy will help me pull off this surprise today that you won't believe. look who is helping us. the entire football team at benton harbor and the entire student body is helping us out. we radioed down to have coach. u. make his way to the gym.
i have to get him. he has no idea this is going on, robin. he has no idea, so come on out. and there he is. coach uzelac. did you say oh, my gosh? this is t.j. holmes. you're live. you knew something was up, didn't you? >> i did. >> reporter: they told me you're a smart man. >> i'm not that smart. believe me. i'm a very blessed man. >> reporter: you know there's an assembly going on. >> i doint know that. >> reporter: it's for you. >> well, it shouldn't be. oh, my gosh. oh, my gosh. >> reporter: they have something they want to say to you. >> all: thank you, coach! >> reporter: now -- come on, come on, coach. >> oh, man. >> reporter: this is all for you. >> i can't believe this. >> reporter: isn't this something? >> unbelievable. >> reporter: now, coach, this -- this is only the beginning. all right?
this is only the beginning. so -- i want your entire team, fellas, come on down. >> come on out here. come on out here. >> reporter: i want your entire team to come down. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: now -- >> you better look good. >> reporter: now, coach, i want you to turn around here. everybody stay with me. stay with me. turned around. coach, i want you to look, look at the screen here. we got something we want you to see. take a look. >> they went out every year expecting a miracle. but as they got midway through the season, you could see them starting to -- lose hope. >> we tried to get a win. but -- it wasn't happening. >> he had been retired for a couple of years. i said, elliott, i think you're bored. and he said, well, yeah, kind
of. i said, go to benton harbor. they don't have anybody. they need somebody. >> rehad not had a winning football season since 1989. but that all changed when coach uzelac came to benton harbor. >> let's do it right today. do it right. >> we needed him and he needed us. it was a perfect fit. made in heaven. >> one, two, three. >> he said, we got a lot of work to do. we're going to work hard, work hard as team. we're going to get it done. >> you gotta attack it now. >> next game, he said, y'all going to win. we won. we just kept winning. >> my main goal was to make it to the playoffs. we made to it the playoffs. >> a lot of our young men in the community are from single homes. a loft them have to -- help with their parents. and you know, they take on a different type of role. >> step with the front side foot, here, boom.
and he said he's going to get me to college no matter what i takes. >> he's like a grandfather. i would probably do anything for that man. because of the things he did for me. and my team. >> it is unconditionally love. that's what separates him. with the passion. >> hey, i need -- >> with the team. and how he treats them. >> team is a team, man. we got respect. he respects us. we respect him. he's just opening doors for us. >> one, two, three. >> tiger pride! >> coach u., thank you for coming to bepten harbor high school and teaching us and being with us. and sticking with us. >> reporter: all right. coach, now -- now, we wanted to say thank you. we have something special here for you. i want to bring it in here now.
partnered with the deals app, retail me not. they've made a $10,000 donation for a scholarship in your name at benton harbor high school. >> oh, man, oh, man. thank you very much. >> reporter: no, thank you. >> in is overwhelming. it really is. and i -- i thank you for this. this will be great for our student athletes. and i hope this encourage lg all the students at benton harbor. this is a great place with a lot of great people. we are the harbor. no doubt about it. and proud of it. >> reporter: the winning was a by-product many in what you did here. you made them work hard. you can't just -- you can't just work hard. you gotta play a little bit. so, the -- the kids right here, the football team, you all were in on this. but something you weren't in on. every one of you is headed to florida all expenses paid, going to disney world.
[ cheers and applause ] >> hey, hey. >> reporter: coach, coach. he's back there somewhere. >> t.j. where'd coach go? >> we all got -- >> reporter: coach, a part of a thank you for what you have done, yes, you turned around a football team. but a community as well. so, this is part of our thank you, america series. we want to saw y thank you. >> thank you very much. it means so much to these young men and -- we'll never forget this. appreciate it very much. >> reporter: robin, george, i don't know if y'all can still
i can't hear y'all. but, the kids are clearly excited. this is the way, we loved this story. to be able to say thank you. >> enjoy, t.j. enjoy with the team. give them our absolute best. the harbor. number 61 was really -- >> scholarship's good, disney world, whoa. >> how humbled is that coach? it's all about the kids the community. paefrt fit for both of them. he needed them and vice versa. >> and you can hear the difference he's making. >> it's all part of the thank you america series. leading up to thanksgiving. all week long, similar stories like that. outside to ginger. >> oh, robin, that was so special. i have a football team right here with me, too, because we're counting down the "gma's" football countdown.
the team, the chaerleaders from the bronx. i don't have a disney trip for you. i have a forecast. the buffalo bills face the new england patriots. let's check in with mike and mike for their take. >> we're mike & mike. we're in foxboro. we think the patriots win. when will rex ryan slam down the headset. >> i'm going the say mid fourth ground violently. >> it will be when they're on offense because he doesn't pay attention to that any way. that's what we think. back to you. >> you're going to be cold tonight. let's lock at the forecast. the kickoff, 28. wind chill in the teens. brr. dry and breezy. great football weather. the game hits tonight at 8:15 on espn. and you can see the game's
unsu kevin: sunshine with the cooler breeze out of the northwest. high temperatures in the 30's to 40's. we're back into the 50's on frida >> and mr. josh grobe season back with me. very excited to have you. your latest album, "stages." it's sold over half a million copies since we last saw you. >> gentlemen. we announced, ewe know, we came out with it the morning we were here. and, now look at me. i travel with pom-poms behind me everywhere i go. it's on my rider now. thank you to you. it's done quite well. >> the best of musical theater. how do you pick the best of all of those great songs? >> i came from that world. so many of those songs are so classic. especially when you're spending time in a city like this one, so rich in the musical theater world. it was tough. but eventually, the best songs rose to the top. >> we're seeing video of you and
kelly clarkson. you broke the internet with chills and thrills. how did you get her to get into "phantom of the opera "? >> we knew we wanted special duet partners. audra mcdonald is also on the record. she's the best. can truly sing anything. >> we know you'll sell millions and millions more the next time we see you. >> yeah, sure, yeah, yeah, i will. >> "stages" is available in stores and online. come lg ing up, one on one with the star of "creed." talking about the role and
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>> reporter: playing the title role, michael b. jordan. so, michael, you're playing the role of creed. of course, apollo creed's son. stuff of movie legend. what did you do to prepare? tid you feel the pressure? >> a little bit. not so much. i had sylvester stallone in my corn person literally took the pressure off of me to not compete and compare to 40 years ago. have your own legacy. physically, i felt the pressure. they did such a great job back then. carl weathers and sly, they were cut to a t. >> reporter: were you fan of the original movies? way before you were born? >> i didn't get chance to fall in love with rocky like everybody else. >> reporter: you've never won run up the steps.
i'm not going to spoil anything. i saved that moment for the first time the character saw it. >> reporter: helping michael, sylvester stallone. >> he knows movie boking more than anybody else. if you have to sell a punch, telegraph this, telegraph that. he connected the dots. >> reporter: all of the boxing resulted in a sculpted physique. there's a reason you're on the cover of "men's aps 's fitness." >> i am on the over. did you see that? >> reporter: what did itd take to wet to that point? >> complete diet change.
brown rice, chicken, broccoli, a lot of water. days a week. if you do that consistently for ten months, that can happen. >> reporter: we'll look just
and what does a bank look for when apply farg home loan? report. now is a great time to do it. go the annual credit report.com and get your free one for the year. you're exciteled to one for free every 12 months. banks will be looking for is a score of at least 580. that's the low end. you should shoot for something like 700. when you look at the credit report, go through it, look for discrepancies. if something doesn't make sense, flag it. go back to the agency and say, this doesn't make sense. this isn't part of my history. 1 in 4 credit reports has an error on it. >> 1 in 4? >> a huge number. >> second one from christine. what can i do now to make sure my finances are more organized next year? >> you can start automating.
use something like mint.com, which will put all of your finances in one place to see everything single account. and unsubscribe. so many services that we get subscribed to, e-mails we get subscribed to. it's part of financial clutter. it can cost you money and time. >> here's the hardest question of all. how to save when there doesn't seem there's anything to save. >> yes, sthat a difficult one for anyone. a lot of people feel like day can barely set money aside. one of the most important things to do is make slur, if you're company has a 401(k) opt into it. but there's a number of ways now that people can start saving without thinking about pip there's an app called acorns. it will round up all of your purchases so that all the change, if you put in, for example, pay $1.50 for a up cough cough ksh
cup of coffee. they'll round up. that amounts to about $1,000 over the course of a year. >> that's a great idea. any others? >> the most important thing is to get yourself organized. the it's the end of the year. a great time to do that. >> rebecca, thank you. we'll be right back. it's been her fight for twenty years. something is wrong with our healthcare system and it needs to be fixed. then, it was about health reform and getting eight million kids now, it's about stopping obamacare, and taking on insurance companies to bring down drug prices. i'm not going to let any family i'm not going to let the republicans rip up obamacare and throw it away.