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g. thanks for watching. good morning, america. double holiday trouble. two storms sweeping across the country right now, snow and freezing rain making roads slick in the east, a winter storm warning in the west. more than a foot of snow expected in some areas as millions of americans take to the roads and the skies on this security stepped up for the macy's thanksgiving day parade. 3 million people are expected to line the streets. sand-filled truck, thousands of officers on duty and at the ready concern that isis has called the parade a great target. you're hired. donald trump adds to his cabinet set to pick a billionaire investor as commerce secretary after naming the first two women to top posts as the president-elect calls for unity across the country this morning.
thanksgiving we begin to heal our divisions and move forward as one country. and "deals & steals." the holiday shopping season kicks off as nearly 40 million americans are expected to hit the stores this weekend and solving your turkey troubles. our dream team of experts here to tackle all your last-minute food emergencies. ? i was dead in the water ? ? uh-huh ? today you get amy robach and dan harris. >> you know it's a holiday if i'm here. >> oh, it's a holiday every day you're here, dan. >> thank you for that. >> good morning, and happy thanksgiving, america. right now millions are gathering for the country's parade and take a look at them now. the parade routes in new york and philadelphia. soon to be packed with parade fans. and if you're hosting a holiday dinner today we've got three expert chefs with
they'll answer your questions throughout the show this morning. >> all right, i will be taking notes. first to ginger for the latest on the winter storm watches making travel tough for a lot of people, ginger. >> oh, amy, as nice as it is here this will be the busiest travel thanksgiving weekend since 2007 and almost 90% of those traveling are hitting the roads and they're far from perfect. we are all making the mad dash to get home plaguing turkey travel. visibility near zero on i-80 near salt lake city. winds gusting to almost 50 miles per hour. cars wiping out on icy highways as nearly 49 million get on the road this weekend. >> we'll just take it slow and take it easy. >> reporter: the holiday rush starting as more of a slow crawl in los angeles. this aerial view showing bumper to bumper traffic for the second day in a row on the 405. >> it's crazy, you know, everybody is trying to rush
closer to thanksgiving itself gridlock showing up in cities across the nation. >> just a traffic nightmare. >> reporter: what about those flocking to the airports? in minneapolis, crews racing to de-ice planes and clear snow, long lines wrapping around terminals from denver to chicago to washington, d.c. we are eerily comfortable in philadelphia. can you see twetty bird hardly flapping in the little northeast does have a few areas that will be slick anywhere you see in pink there mixing over to snow. some of the spots in western and central new york that got hit pretty hard recently getting a little precipitation this morning but even more precip happening, flood watches, winter storm warnings out in the west. those two pockets are not only going to affect air travel but absolutely those folks hitting the road. today is only one of the days that folks travel. sunday is the big day and it's not looking good in a lot of places, stay with us because
for now let's head back to you, amy. >> to rob for a look at how things are shaping up at the macy's thanksgiving day parade. hi, rob. >> hi, amy. 90th anniversary of this beautiful parade and i come to you live from a place i'm very comfortable with, the doghouse. this is where snoopy usually resides. 1 of 26 floats that begin on central park west and we've got a dozen or so giant moons, of which snoopy is o he would never fit in this doghouse today. we've got great weather for the parade. looks like the rain will hold off and winds more importantly for those balloons will be tempered down as well. over a thousand cheerleaders and over a thousand clowns, this one is a big one and we'll be coming to you live right from the start line getting going at about 9:00 a.m. eastern time. >> they'll let you out of the doghouse at some point. >> well, my wife still hasn't let me out but hopefully my producers will.
seriously from inside snoopy's house. >> it wasn't that serious. rob, thank you very much. we'll be back to you throughout the show. good luck getting out of that doghouse. we should say along with the balloon and floats it will include massive security today to protect the millions of people who come out to see the show and abc's gio benitez is right there along the parade route. gio, good morning to you. >> reporter: dan, good morning to you. that's right. they are taking security very seriously here, 500 additiona at this year's parade. this morning, new york city police on high alert protecting the parade and 3.5 million people. more than 3,000 officers on duty. some armed with heavy weapons, while others are in plainclothes hiding among the crowd. >> i'm worried about keeping everybody safe. that's our job. it's an important function. >> reporter: authorities blocking off crossstreets with more than 80 sand-filled trucks and more than 100 blocker cars
the one in nice, france. earlier isis propaganda called the parade an excellent target. the fbi issuing this warning holiday celebrations beginning with thanksgiving and the start of the shopping season could be targeted by international terrorists or homegrown violent extremists. >> there's no credible and specific information of any specific threat directed at this parade. >> reporter: but police aren't taking any chances. visiting 135 truck suspicious is trying to rent one. just days ago, police in new york arresting this man who prosecutors say talked of attacking times square. so i got to tell you even with all this security so many people here are so excited about this and, amy, one more stat for you. cops outnumber clowns 3-1. >> that's probably a good thing, gio, thanks so much for that. we turn to the trump
including two female cabinet appointees. abc's devin dwyer joins us from washington with those details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. donald trump rolling out cabinet appointments at a faster pace than president obama did eight years ago, overnight we learned he filled a key economic post as he also moves to diversify his team. to the donald trump cabinet add a controversial billionaire. >>ers in xhekt. >> reporter: abc news expected to name 78-year-old wilbur ross to head the commerce department. ross made millions on wall street turning around bankrupt companies for profit. in 2006 when he owned the struggling sago coal mine in west virginia, an explosion and collapse killed a dozen miners. regulators cited safety violations. he told our brian ross it was the worst week of his life. >> were you comfortable sending men into that hole. >> we were comfortabled based on
a safe situation. >> reporter: ross joins a cast of cabinet picks that now include two women and former trump critics. south carolina governor nikki haley, ambassador to the u.n. and for the education department, an agency trump once said should be largely eliminated trump tapped gop megadonor, betsy devos, waiting in the wings. >> the offer is on the table and there are a lot of other possibilities that were he's been offered multiple positions including secretary of housing and urban development. he posted wednesday that he's had serious discussions with the trump transition team. trump is mulling his next options while spending the holiday at his luxury estate in florida, before the thanksgiving feast, trump used a youtube video to call for healing. >> it's my prayer that on this thanksgiving we begin to heal our divisions and move forward as one country strengthened by
common resolve. >> reporter: now, donald trump will be at mar-a-lago through the weekend. they are expected to have a turkey dinner today but transition officials tell us he'll be back at work tomorrow interviewing more possible candidate picks. he's met with 60 so far, amy. >> all right, devin, thanks so much. let's bring in cokie roberts in mt. pleasant, south carolina, home, of course -- the state home of course to nikki haley. good morning to you, cokie. >> good morning. happy thanksgiving. >> happy thanksgiving to you, as well. we know nikki haley was vocal opponent to donald trump during the election. >> yes. >> to say the least but -- so what do you make of her nomination for u.n. ambassador? >> i think it's very interesting that he is able to go beyond his strict loyalists, because that seemed to be the thing that mattered most to him during the campaign was that somebody was loyal to him and she certainly wasn't but she is an interesting pick. she really came to prominence
she tried to bring the state together. she insisted on bringing down the confederate flag and just ended that controversy for good and then after hurricane matthew hit, she was also a very strong presence in the state. and trump thinks she can make a deal and he thinks that's a good deal for the u.n. ambassador, of course, her foreign policy experience is pretty nil, but i think that that job is one of speaking for the president and she can probabl president, as well. >> so u.n. ambassador, education secretary, as well. trump nominating the first two women to his administration. does that do anything to ease concerns many have about trump's attitude towards women? >> probably not. but it would have been a lot worse if it were all white men which is what it was looking like at the beginning. so it does help at least in that regard but, look, the proof is
if he starts doing things that make women nervous about their rights, then that will be the issue, not a couple of women showing up in the cabinet. but it's a lot better than just going with straight, you know, old white men which is where we were. >> and quickly we know he may also be adding ben carson to that list, as well. what will you be looking for in the next days and weeks to come? >> more of the same. i mean, more of his ability to find people who did not in a much broader sense and the place i'm really most cure bus is secretary of state. >> all right, yes, a lot of people wondering where he'll go with that. cokie roberts, thanks very much. >> okay, amy. >> that is one of the big remaining one, thanks to cokie. one quick little headline. there were no winners in last night's megapowerball drawing. the jackpot hit $359 million and since nobody took home the big prize that number will go higher
that's going to be the ninth largest powerball jackpot ever and it could get even bigger in the meantime, depending on how many tickets are sold. >> right, so, you know, a lot of people may be taking some of that and thinking about, hey, if someone does win, christmas is done, right? christmas shopping. holiday shopping and a lot of thanksgiving deals going on, black friday tomorrow but some major retailers including barnes & noble, costco, nordst dillard's and sam's clubs are taking a break and keeping their doors closed so their employees can spend time with family but, yes, still big bargains online and in stores and abc's rebecca jarvis is at a walmart in chicago and is walmart open, rebecca? >> oh, boy, is it open, amy. good morning to you. walmart stores across the country are open today and they are ready with 1.5 million tvs in stock, toys, electronics galore so you can have all the
turkey dinner. this morning, it's on. more than 137 million americans expected to shop this weekend. on the hunt for the best deals of the season. like this 40-inch l.e.d. tv on sale at walmart for $125 and at target, this ipad pro now $100 off for 449. but in this year's battle for your attention and hard earned dollars, retailers are testing out s competing on price but where they're also competing is toy exclusivity, so what you're seeing, especially online is walmart t walmart, target and amazon offering toys you can only get online. >> reporter: some stores are doing the opposite like macy's, the world's largest department store company rolling out its own in-store exclusives on apparel and fragrances so you have to be physically there to
jcpenney unveiling appliance showrooms focusing on delivering a more unique in-store experience and at select neiman-marcus stores a brand-new twist, partnering with rent the runway making clothes available to rent at their brick and mortar stores. other retailers even trying on for size this novel idea, staying closed for thanksgiving. now, for those who have decided to stay closed today, there are still many offers online so you can shop today in those thanksgiving day deals or try out this idea, hang out with the family, enjoy an old-fashioned thanksgiving, amy. >> i think that's where i'm going. thanks so much. joined by richard barry, toys "r" us executive vice president and global chief. toys "r" us will be open later. >> we certainly will. >> what are you doing to incentivize shoppers to walk through your doors and enjoy the madness. >> we have a whole store of awesome.
pages like others have in their ads open from 5:00 to midnight and awesome doorbusters and not only have the greatest amount but great exclusive items like the nerf -- >> you do have some hot ones. i can see this being a big favorite with little ones but it looks like -- what are the deals? >> what's different about the ne take a battle rover with a nerf blaster and use on the screen, fire the nerf blaster. >> oh, wow. i can see that being a big favorite. >> look, i see a "star wars" character here. >> we're super excited about the "rogue one" movie out in december and super excited about the new content we'll see tonight. this is a 12-inch figure with great technology. 65 lights and sounds and this item is $29.99. >> talking all morning.
$12.49, pokemon is doing super, super well so a great deal for our customer. >> this isn't just a regular stuffed animal, no? >> no, i defy anyone not to fall in love with snuggles, my dream pup. the real pup without the mess. you can feed her and when you touch her nose her face squinches up. >> so cute. a five fashionista barbie dolls for under $30, amazing deal and what's different about these barbie dolls they got different hair, eye and skin tones and different facial shapes which mays them very unique and they have an accessory and matching pair of shoes. >> something for everyone. and then i want to get to all this but i've heard this is huge. the hatchuals.
and as you touch the egg it is beginning to hatch and get the surprise of a toy you begin to nurture. >> still available, not off the shelves. >> available all throughout the holiday season. many more comeing. >> were you taking notes? this is your genre right here. >> i have a 2-year-old. i'm hoping he was not watching. no offense. let me change the subject, though, we want to talk turkey. it's time for our thanksgiving dream team of expert chefs, rocco dispirito, amanda freitag and eddie jackson will answer your questions throughout the morning. a few quickies here. my producers are trying to embarrass me so made the first question from sondra on facebook would asks, where should i put the turkey thermometer and does it stay in the whole time? want to answer that? >> you as a demonstration? >> before we get into anything
is watching. >> relax. everything is okay. put the turkey in the oven now by the way, now before we get to the thermometer so the thermometer question is really important. good way to know if a turkey is done and cook it till about 155 an let it rest for an hour or half hour until it reaches 160 and put the thermometer right here, right there. right there. in the thigh. >> so in the thigh. >> all the way in. all tay minutes until it adjusts and it captures the temperature. >> that wasn't too bad. >> wish me luck. this is my last morning here at -- >> oh, my gosh. >> thank you very much. i'm not sure if these guys will be back either but it says our experts will answer your questions throughout the show so keep it here for that. wills's go back to ginger with the weather. save me.
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>> now, from wmur news 9 -- erin: good morning. happy thanksgiving to you. i am erin fehlau. this morning, firefighters were able to rescue two people from a burning apartment building in manchester last night. investigators say a cigarette tossed into a trash can sparked a fire inside an apartment on elm street, above cesarios pizza. dispatchers stayed on the phone with both people who were trapped until firefighters pulled them to safety, and sprinklers helped contain the flames. however, there is water damage to both cesarios pizza and the element lounge. police in manchester are looking for the man they say robbed the td bank on bay street. officers say the man in this picture handed the teller a note just after 2:00 yesterday afternoon, demanding cash and claiming he was armed, though no weapon was shown. kevin will have a look at your
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welcome back to "good morning america." you're looking live at the macy's thanksgiving day parade right here in new york city. ah. filled with confetti and all. more than 3.5 million people expected to line the streets to enjoy the floats and the balloons as security is tighter than ever. we three times more police than clowns on the streets of new york. >> are those babies or little bo peeps? >> i was trying to figure out what they were so that's why i avoided -- >> mentioning it? >> yeah. >> sorry. two storm systems expected to create havoc from the west coast all the way through the northeast. ginger has more on that coming up. and this morning donald trump spending the thanksgiving holiday at his resort in florida, mar-a-lago, with his wife melania and their son barron. the president-elect is expected
more meetings on his future cabinet picks. we've mentioned ginger. she is at the parade central in philadelphia. the celebration is already starting as people line the streets to see all those fleets and balloons and clowns and little bo peep, et cetera. >> it is, by the way, home of the first thanksgiving day parade ever. that was 97 years ago honoring the holiday and ginger is right there on the parade route. by the way, i wanted to say love your jacket. >> well, thank you so much. >> me too. >> why not a little hot pink thank you, dan. you can see all the floats behind me. 18 of them right down there, the floats, i'm sorry and the big balloon, we are right at the corner of fun and fun here on thanksgiving. but the weather is not cooperating for some parts of the nation. right in the northeast, though, holding off on the rain for much of the morning. you can see the temperatures in the upper 30s, low 40s, not too bad. it's where it is in the higher elevations, sleet or freezing rain or just the slick road conditions that are going to be a problem.
see rain showers connecticut up through and changing over into parts of new england into that mix and snow. so we could have had a lot worse. i have had a lot worse standing on this parade route. a look at the western storm in just a couple of minutes but for now we head back to amy and dan. i'm sure your outfits look awesome too. i just can't see them. >> yes, i'm also wearing hot pink inspired by you. >> i bet you are. >> we'll switch to a much more serious story that involves the arrest of a man would bumped into a boston and led to this intense face-off you're looking at. he is facing charges as are the two women who shot this video. linsey davis is on the story. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. seconds before the video that you're about to see two men bumped into each other while crossing the treat but then the incident between in plainclothes police officer and pedestrian ends in criminal charges and some are saying the end result is more about policing and racial tensions in this country.
you are going to get in trouble. >> reporter: a vigorous debate this morning surrounding this video about how two men bumping into each other while crossing the street escalated to this. >> can you get your hands off me? you're supposed to say excuse me when you cross the creek. >> reporter: this 21-year-old said he was walking across the street after leaving work last month when he looked down at a text message. ended up bumping shoulders with another man who he insists didn't say excuse me. >> i turn back and say some cute stuff, you have before you just walk through people like that and he didn't like that at all. reached out for my sweater, began to call. >> reporter: the police officer sergeant thomas ahearn alleges hodge made eye contact with him and intentionally walked into him. in a police report ahearn wrote, i walked up to him in an attempt to de-escalate the situation and identified myself as a police officer. he says hodge replied with expletives and continued to
mapdzs were clenched into fists which i interprettied as a preassault cue. now hodge faces charges for disorderly conduct and assault and battery. >> stop. don't reach into his pocket. do you have a warrant to search him? >> reporter: the woman seen here grabbing at the officer's arm is now charged with assault and battery on a police officer. she and another woman who videotaped the incident also face charges of interfering with a police officer. cambridge police department released this statement saying the officer's actions were consistent with his dut obligations. that assault and battery charge carries as much as 2 1/2 years behind bars, all three defendants are due in court december 21st. it seemed like there was a lot of overreaction here perhaps on both sides but now taxpayer dollars have to take it to court. >> plays into so much stress and tension between communities and police right now. >> and especially with black men and police and how it's being viewed in america. >> all right, linsey, thank you. well, as the cold weather
humidifiers, now is a good time to remind you what can happen if you don't regularly clean yours according to the manufacturer instructions. abc's about gio benitez with more about "gma investigates." >> reporter: the steam from a humidifier seen as a way to prevent sore throats and dry sinuses but could that steam really be spreading germs that could make you sick? most people don't know how to clean >> ew. how gross. >> i don't know how to clean a humidifier. >> it's not the most easy thing to clean. >> i know i'm not reaching all the tiny corners. >> reporter: or don't clean them as often as they should. >> i clean the humidifier about once a month. >> reporter: "gma investigates" collecting ten humidifiers from philadelphia area families to test for bacteria and mold. almost all admit they don't clean their humidifiers regularly. some have asthma and allergies. >> i don't know what you'll find
humidifiers from six differ manufacturers at the lab at thomas jefferson university home and this doctor testing water from inside the humidifier's water tank and the vapor it emits. out of the ten humidifiers, all had bacteria in the tank. two had heavy bacteria growing inside and also in the vapor that our experts say could make our family sick. >> i was surprised by the heavy growth and a few of the devices that you tested. >> reporter: a i humidifiers, mold. how are you? ready to see what was growing in there? >> oh, gross. >> reporter: they found some bacteria but more importantly they found mold in the vapor which means the mold was going out. >> that's not good. especially since we have asthma in our house and allergies. >> reporter: mold in this family's humidifier, as well.
>> ooh. >> mold can cause nasal congestion, sore throat. if they have asthma it can cause chest tightness or wheezing. >> reporter: now for the humidifier with the most bacteria. and here are the results right here. our experts labeling it extremely dirty and they say what's inside could cause pneumonia. >> kind of looked like maybe a swamp. >> this is what was growing inside your humidifier. >> oh, gosh nurse you know what that mean. >> it means my kids are not safe which is very concerning. >> reporter: bottom line, experts say you need to clean a humidifier every day emptying and rinsing the base and letting it air dry before refilling and every week you should clean it thoroughly according to the manufacturer's instructions. for "good morning america," gio benitez, abc news, new york. >> and we reached out to all of the manufacturers of humidifiers
those cleaning instructions, one manufacturer crane told us the cleaning instructions are so critical it puts them right on the base of the product itself in big letters, empty base and daily and disinfect weekly. dan is at the big board. >> the politics of thanksgiving. a huge question right now. families all over the country preparing to see each other for the holidays. how to keep politics off the table. plus on this black friday eve, the inside track our insiders join us in two minutes. keep it here. it's about moving forward not back. it's looking up not down. it's feeling up thinking up living up. it's being in motion... in body in spirit in the now. boost. it's not just nutrition, it's intelligent nutrition. with 26 vitamins and minerals and 10 grams of protein. all in 3 delicious flavors. it's choosing to go in one direction...
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meatball on white! next! you want mustard on that or not! hey, nice of you to join us, dan. >> i was chitchatting with members of the crew. i got distracted? welcome back. time for our big board. we're breaking down more of this morning's top stories and let's start with, ah, politics at the thanksgiving table. it can be a recipe for disaster especially this year after the
the country are reuniting under one roof and abc's cokie roberts is back with us and i know, cokie, you have covered a lot of presidential campaigns, they're all divisive to a degree. this one, though, perhaps takes the cake. i mean, i know people who aren't going home for the holidays because they don't want to deal with the political conversations. i see becky worley shaking her head on that one too. >> that's probably a big excuse, amy. the fact kind of the tip of the iceberg at thanksgiving. and i remember during the vietnam war it was war at thanksgiving tables, but think about it. i mean, thanksgiving is little cousin susie coming home and announcing she is now esmeralda and she is vegan and wants to be only referred to as esmeralda from here on out or great aunt dolly saying she's leaving her husband of 70 years because she ran into her high school
with so much more than politics, it's just -- it's just always true. >> yeah, but politics really are as you know, cokie, because we force you to talk about it all the time, top of mind right now. any advice for people -- how to deal with this across the table? >> you know what, i've been doing this entire political season at mixed tables is talking about dogs. i think it's a great thing to do. you just talk about dogs their dogs and it's fine. it's just fine. i'm happy to talk about their dogs, as well as my dog and if people don't like dogs, i don't like them so i don't really much care about them beyond that but it really does work to talk about the dogs >> that's great advice. >> if we needed any further proof that cokie roberts is a genius, we just saw it right there. cokie, thank you. let's turn to another huge part of thanksgiving, football. as fans get ready to watch the three big match-ups today the
season. and espn's darren rovell is here with more. hey, darren, so what's going on here? why are we seeing a little dip in the ratings? >> well, listen, the average game is around 3:08. that's been the same over the past couple of years but i think maybe we've changed. we're looking at our phones more and millennials and what they're doing and a question as to whether there's too much football, sunday night, monday in a couple of years if things aren't going well and talk about the election, did that take away things? there there the protests over the national anthem, do people think that's too much? a lot of things the nfl is looking at and right now they're not really sure. >> so they're looking to make some changes and among them could be a pretty big one involving commercial time.
make up 63 minutes, so you think about that how do they cut that down? can they put virtual signage on the field? can they do anything to get the message out? people have a kickoff, it goes to the commercial. it's going to commercial too much and there's certainly this sense there. can they do something with replay? can someone bring an ipad out to the refs so the refs could look at it and make a call. replay makes up 15 minutes total game time of when they're playing is 12 minutes. >> whoa. >> definitely pressure. if you think this is something new, by the way, in 1993, cover of "sports illustrated" can the nfl be saved? we're talking about this all the time but a lot more pressure right now. >> i think they should make the commercials like super bowl commercials because that's why i even tune in, so maybe if they could make more creative commercials they wouldn't have
just a suggestion. to family members who are hunkered down watching football. others ready to head out the door for their own big game. the kickoff to the black friday weekend starts today. so we're making a sports analogy to shopping. just had to follow that. becky worley is with us now. so, becky, where? the big question where can people find the biggest deals? >> we're hoping it's not a full contact sport but if price is the only thing that matters, focus on doorbusters. these are limited supply item, right to it. tvs 32-inch tv at $85. last year the cheapest sets were $125, getting cheaper. you'll see deals exclusively online. kindle fire 30 bucks off and lionel trains, 50% off and
$79, 50 bucks off. these are really the bare bones prices, guys. >> what about laptops? i hear they're hot right now. how low can they go? >> we are seeing an incredibly low $99 laptop from the delhomme store. this is not the best computer but it is the best price. >> i like how you said you hear laptops are big now. really? >> i heard it -- no, that laptops -- i mean they're hot in terms of the seas. the same ask me to ask where you put a thermometer in a turkey. >> what's the hot toy? >> you've heard about it already, the hatchimal. mine has hatched. you peel it out of an egg. you don't know what variety you're getting. mine is the penguala. you could get an owlacorn. it talks to you. walmart says they'll be available for $48 in store tonight at 6:00 p.m.
selling for up to $300. >> wow. >> contact sport doesn't happen for these. >> great way to defuse the political discussion. thank you to our guest this morning and happy thanksgiving coming up here on the show, turkey 911. our team of experts tackling your last-minute dilemmas. in just two minutes we have your answer. i like b better. i prefer b. b. i would like to smell like this every day. i have this in my bathroom. and what was the one they preferred? ohhhh. this is suave. really? that's quite a bit of smelling good.
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question. green bean casserole can be heavy. do you have a lighter version? >> yes, of course, just make green beans almondine traditional style and a little bit of crouton, put it on top, a little fried -- keep it light. >> samantha tweeted how do i cut prep time on desserts? >> i know there is a grandmother rolling around in her grave right now but store bought crust is fine. they have so many different options out there now so you can cut a little getting the for bought time. >> how do you make the edges so pretty? >> all with your thumbs. >> the thumbs. >> all right. all right. we have much more from our thanksgiving 911 crew coming up in our next hour answering all the important questions about your turkey, sides and desserts and holiday "deals & steals" with tory. >> all in your thumbs. keep that in mind. "gma's" countdown to thanksgiving brought to you by walmart.
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outside we go. we are seeing some gray skies out there. kevin, some areas could see flurries. is that right? kevin: we are looking at clouds continued to thicken and lower. snow reaching the ground in vermont and northern new york, angling northeast. central and southern areas stand a little bit of a lesser chances in light snow. -- chance of seeing light snow. the upper valley northward, that moisture eventually heads in our direction. in and out of snow shower activity this morning, and rain shower activity into this evening. a lot of clouds in between. temperatures mid-20's to lower 30's. just about everyone is above 32 today. maybe even pushing 40 in southern areas. lighter wind for the afternoon. a huge difference from the last three or four days. here comes the moisture to our west.
good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. holiday travel alert. two thanksgiving storms on the move. rain, sleet and snow coast to coast, icy roads in the east and flood watches in the west as tens of millions of americans hit the road this morning. ? story of my life ? it is the and we've got one woman's mission for families and helping parents from all walks of life. >> if people can't afford to adopt children, what happens to these children? >> her story and how she's making her mess her message. it's thanksgiving 911. we're making sure your meal is done right from the turkey to the side dishes to desserts. our holiday dream team is standing by all morning tackling your last-minute turkey troubles.
tory johnson is here with holiday "deals & steals" starting at just $5. and she's here to say -- >> good morning, america. ? and good morning, america. happy thanksgiving, everyone. you don't have to wait until "blackish" for amazing deals. tory johnson is here with holiday gifts for everyone on your list up to and, yeah, he looks really comfortable. >> or uncomfortable. i can't tell which. >> yes, either he's been chained to that chair or he's really happy. >> swallowed by some large fish. >> somebody told him to smile. also today our thanksgiving 911 throwdown. expert chefs rocco dispirito, amanda freitag and eddie jackson here in times square to answer your questions. just be careful with these guys as we've said, they it end to
fantastic. they are like the thanksgiving dream team. >> they're amazing. >> if you have questions you do want to tune in. parades are underway. ginger in philly with amazing broadway stars and rob at the big macy's parade. >> ginger is doing her "dancing with the stars" stuff out there. >> she can't stop. i love it. >> amazing. but we'll get serious. have you headlines >> that's right, good morning, everyone. there could be more travel trouble unfortunately for millions of americans this thanksgiving. snow and freezing rain could delay travel plans. pe parts of the northeast are being affected. let's go back to ginger in philadelphia for the details on what areas are hardest hit this morning. ginger. >> yeah. and if you guys can hear me here, we're here in philadelphia where the rain has held off thus far. so let's go ahead and look at the map. i want to take you straight into the trouble spots, slick areas you may be seeing rain along and, of course, rain switching to snow along some of the
should be okay but so few people travel on this thanksgiving itself it's sunday that we have to worry about and sunday is the day that i want to give you an idea what's going to happen. as everybody goes back rain and snow mix up in the northeast, new england and then that new storm there, the wet weather from minneapolis and, of course, a little more mountain snow in the pacific northwest. we have so much fun coming up here in philadelphia. we're -- i'm almost winded from what we were just doing so, dan and amy or i'm sorry. >> we thought your moves were great. looking forward to checking back with you later. in the meantime, president-elect donald trump has posted a thanksgiving message to the country and in the youtube video trump called for americans to heal their divisions, trust each other more and move forward as one country. trump is said to be conflicted about the choice between mitt romney and rudy giuliani for secretary of state. trump is expected to name investor wilbur ross, known as the king of bankruptcy, as his commerce secretary.
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>> ron claiborne used to eat a pint of ice cream before every show. >> we were just talking about spoonfuls. >> he took it deep as ron is apt to do. he is very sharp. >> one of the best broadcasters in the business. >> speaking of that "pop news" time with lara. >> wow, that scares me. >> did you have ice cream before this. >> of course, rocky road and get ready for this rocky road. the "la la land" featurette. director damien says the chemistry between the two stars which is a massive oscar bus contenders says it reminds him of humphrey and bacall and fred astaire and ginger rogers. he put gosling through intense preproduction training to become a true musician and dancer and then he had the whole cast and crew do dance rehearsals every
j.k. simmons says emma and ryan have a rare triple threat combination as singers, dancers and actors. "la la land" dances its way into theaters december -- i can see you -- >> i have chills right now. i'm not kidding. i love this movie so much for a lot of different reasons and if you don't like musicals, there isn't -- it's something for everyone. i brought my daughters and we were laughing, we were crying. it's so good. >> do you think it could beat out the more serious movies like "manchr "moonlight". >> that's the names we're hearing but i think this one when you can pull off singing and dancing -- >> and you can bring your family and kid. >> i'm excited. all right. i know -- december 9th you have to wait until, sorry. in thanksgiving news president obama pardoned two turkeys named tater and tot with
stomach another year of dad jokes. he has future plans to make up for their fowl mood. take a look. >> ding, ding, ding. >> we are going to do this every year from now on. no camera, just us, every year, no way i'm cutting this habit cold turkey. >> look at that look on his face. >> he was on fire. >> he knows he did it. >> when you do a great pun you wait. do you get it? does everyone get it. it's all tot. from here on in they're heading to gobblers' rest and be cared for by veterinarians and students of the science department there. we are rooting for you, tater and tot and, president obama, thanks for all those years of dad jokes. many of us are looking forward to topping our turkey with gravy. introducing gravy flavored candy
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back here on "good morning america," we are in philadelphia live and this parade, the thanksgiving day parade,, 97th annual, oldest in the nation. it's about to kick off and we're about to get started. that's why i got this huge party. broadway philadelphia's "mamma mia," "dirty dancing." "elf." we're starting to see the huge balloons go past. such an exciting morning and a au a whole lot more coming up. kevin: light snow heading northeast their vermont and new york will try to clip across northern areas, where we may see light showers in spots. there is more organized activity to the west. this will move and later this afternoon. by then, temperatures into the mid-30's in a lot of locations.
late this afternoon or evening as temperatures cool back into the 20's are lower 30's. we will be all right. here we are back and i have a couple of clowns. we are back in philadelphia. i got a couple of clowns. it's not a parade till you do that, rob. let's get to rob now at the macy's parade in new york city. >> thank you. all right, ginger, i was at the philly parade last year. it's phenomenal and the macy's thanksgiving day parade is a big doozy, as well. 90th running of it line way down there. that's charlie brown. ale get things kicked off. central park west and for as far -- clowns too. over a thousand clowns and for as far as the eye can see, lined up down central park west we've got, well, 16 floats. can you believe that and what would a parade be without marching band, over a dozen. ladies and gentlemen, one of them right here from kennesaw, georgia, the harrison high
? >> who you gonna call, guys, ghostbusters. happy thanksgiving for the start of the macy's thanksgiving day parade. back to you guys. >> all right, robert, thank you very much. back now on this thankful thursday with an inspiration mom on a mission and robin has her story. >> reporter: happy thanksgiving, everyone and thanksgiving is all about family and togetherness share the story of a mother right here in new york city that's making her mess her message. after learning she couldn't have children on her own, becky snyder-faucet and her husband kip decided to adopt but it was a process through of hurdles and surprises and put becky on a mission to help other adoptive parents to fulfill their dreams of having a family. >> my journey to become a mother was not what i expected it to
pregnant the old-fashioned way and having a child. >> reporter: but they did have trouble. both emotionally and financially. after five rounds of ivf, three pregnant cyst and three miscarriages, they decided to try something else. >> we had just the amount left in our savings that would cover an adoption. it just hit me, how lucky i was to be making these choices on my terms because an average adoption costs $40,000. f >> reporter: after going through the adoption of their first child jake becky knew she and kip wanted to help others too. >> we had to do something to help these other families become parents and to help these kids get homes because the trick of it all is, if people can't afford to adopt children, what happens to these children? >> reporter: from her apartment she launched help us adopt. an organization now in its ninth
parents from all walks of life. >> we don't discriminate, period. family is family. you want to adopt a child, you have a valid home study, come. >> reporter: and becky has a family of her own. she and kip adopted jake now 10 and brooke who just turned 7. >> i have to literally pinch myself to remind myself at points throughout the day that these children did not come out of my body. they are my own. we are a family. they are my son, they are we just went about it a little different. >> reporter: nine years later, becky and her organization have helped build 179 families and award over $1.5 million in adoption grants. >> i believe that we have changed the way americans perceive adoption. i mean, it really is cool that you can take an idea and make it happen. it's pretty easy to get up and go to work every day. >> what a blessing.
month so if you want to learn more about becky and her organization just visit hel helpusadopt.org. >> thank you, robin. our panel of chefs ready to head into "gma's" turkey 911 stadium tackling your last-minute turkey troubles. and garth brooks and trisha yearwood here with a special thanksgiving day performance.
>> now from wmur news 9 -- erin: good morning. happy thanksgiving. making news today, the investigation continues this morning into a homicide in wentworth. authorities say a 60-year-old man was killed early yesterday morning. they say the victim, todd downing, was found inside his atwell hill road home, suffering from blunt force injuries. hospital. while no arrests have been made in this case, authorities say they do not believe that the public is at risk. firefighters rescued two people from a burning apartment building in manchester last night. investigators say a cigarette tossed into a trash can sparked the fire on elm street. dispatchers stayed on the phone with both people who were trapped until firefighters pulled them to safety. two businesses below the apartment, cesarios pizza and the element lounge, sustained
outside, we are seeing these clouds, kevin. and falling from them will be some snow in some spots, right? kevin: i suspect we will see areas of flurry activity continue to develop as the morning moves on, especially in the northwestern half of the state, where we have moisture extending through vermont, lifting northeastward. not much over new hampshire now is reaching the ground, but i suspect we will see that as the day wears on, moisture approaches by midafternoon. a lot of what we will see in southern areas of the state, by the time that gets there this afternoon, will be rain showers. further north, we may see light snow for a few hours. average are starting in the upper 20's to mid 30's. highs above freezing in most locations into the afternoon. lighter winds today. more shower activity tonight. a lot of that in the northern half of the state in the form of light snow. maybe a couple of pockets of freezing drizzle overnight
>> both: happy thanksgiving, america. >> oh, that was -- [ applause ] >> and welcome back and happy thanksgiving to trisha and garth brooks and to our incredible audience here this morning. those who have a special message coming up. first the countdown is over and thanksgiving is here been sending your cooking questions all week long. >> we've assembled our experts here in the thanksgiving -- >> not us. >> we are not that panel. we're calling it the thanksgiving 911 stadium. you can call it the thanksgiving 911 thunder dome. first up, the turkey guy, rocco dispirito, author of "the negative calorie diet," rocco, get on out here. [ cheers and applause ] >> nice. >> what's up? how are you? >> doing great. this looks delicious.
"shocked." come on out, amanda. [ applause ] >> nice. >> and our dessert doctor and former nfl player eddie jackson in the house. [ applause ] very exciting. >> each of us is teaming up with each of the chefs so dan and lara, we'll all move around to our positions here. i'm with you, rocco. let's take a look at our football play-by-play to see is up first in our thanksgiving 911 stadium so go ahead and let's see, what is it? looks like that is a turkey, so, rocco -- >> i'm the turkey. i'm the turkey. [ applause ] >> and laurie is asking us to brine or not to brine. >> don't waste your time. there's enough to do. much better solution, bacon.
it will keep it moist. >> cordon bleu. >> it's the most obscene cordon bleu. >> do you have a defibrillator standing by? >> i do and i was merciful on the calories and using turkey bacon. >> do you put olive oil or anything on top -- >> i do a garlic and olive oil rub. >> that's all you have to do. >> throw it in the table. is that to keep it moist? do we eat the bacon. >> it's because it looks great on tv. but it does keep it very moist. it keeps it very moist and gives it a lot of flavor and has a lot of sodium so acts like a type of brine. >> at the end -- who wouldn't want to eat that. let's toss the football now to see where it lands and it looks
side. >> all right. [ applause ] >> i've always considered myself something of a side dish. amanda, yeah, heidi writes my mom and many old school cooks prepare sides the day before. which are best to do in advance? >> stuffing. >> stuffing? >> do it in advance. mix everything together and then bake it and then you can always pop that in the oven and warm it up. it's just one thing, one less thing you have to put in the oven. mix everything, put it in your casserole dish. i'm making sausage with corn bread and brioche and celery. >> that looks incredibly good. >> really, really good stuffing? >> can i get a question from the dessert table? because i'm using brioche too for my stuffing. why is it so good. >> because it's really buttery and really light and then when you put the stock and all the flavor, it just drinks it. >> i got to tell you that it really makes a difference. >> i recommend it.
so this will not suffer from one night in the fridge. >> not at all. this is just going to get better. it's just going to get better. >> brioche will keep drinking. >> yes. >> we have to get to our football graphics. it's going down. oh, yes. dessert. a lateral to the pumpkin pie. >> that looks good. >> you and me, eddie. >> you saved the best for last. >> dessert. >> english girl who loves american traditions what would be the top dessert to have in your thanksgiving meal and you say -- >> i say sweet potato pie. where i'm from -- right? yes. [ applause ] where i'm from you have to have sweet potato pie and not just any. >> talk to me. how do we do it. >> i'll add a little rum. a little rum. we're going to go a little caribbean twist so first thing, have my sweet potatoes down. >> sweet potato puree.
>> i'm helping you. >> exactly, just going to dump it in there. >> this is not low calorie. >> no. it's thanksgiving. it's thanksgiving. >> forget about cal irs on thanksgiving. >> the usual suspects in sweet potato pie, nutmeg. >> i love the coconut. >> exactly. >> a little caribbean vibe and add our eggs. somebody likes eggs, right? ginger, then after we have it mixed it looks like this. >> where is the booze? >> you w i got the booze. add the booze. add the booze, it's thanksgiving. >> i just want to say this is the finished product. >> how beautiful is that? >> that's the little special twist in our, amy. back to you. >> question from the side table. >> side table, how soon can i get some of that? >> now. >> i can get it now? [ applause ] >> desserts for the entire audience and dan wants one too
philadelphia. the 97th annual parade. this parade is kicking off right now. so funny because we were just saying only at a thanksgiving day parade do you hear where's the turkey balloon? it's right there. went past. the tasmanian devil. so much more coming up right here on "gma" and from philadelphia where we're so happy to be partnering with our favorites. kevin: today. clouds continued to thicken up this morning. areas of light snow developing over the next couple of hours in the northwestern half of the state. w >> and this weather report brought to you by verizon. we're on to "deck the halls." good stuff. i know you're up at macy's. can't wait. what a beautiful morning we got.
laurie hernandez, one of a slew of celebrities walking down the parade route. congratulations on winning the mirror ball, "dancing with the stars" champion and also an olympic gold medalist as well. what did it feel like to take it home. >> it melt amazing. so exciting to do something that was so encouraging and so exciting to me so it was great -- i was honored to get it. >> other than that what are you thankful for today on thanksgiving. >> i'm definitely thankful for my family because they've supported if you had big bird as a partner you still would. >> i think so. >> happy thanksgiving to everyone back in the studios. [ applause ] >> all right, we are back to another round of our thanksgiving 911 and our experts are here. the turkey guy, rocco dispirito, you go by that. author of "the negative calorie diet" and amanda freitag, judge on "shocked" and our dessert
jackson, judge. we have our turkey on the football field as well so that means, rocco, it's you. you're up and we have a question from la toya in our audience. stand up and ask your question. >> what's a quick way to make my turkey -- >> hi, la toya. >> how are you? >> if you don't have enough space, take anything that doesn't need to be in the oven out like the stuffing that you can make on your stovetop. otherwise cook your turkey on the stovetop. this takes 40 mi roll it, tie up, tie it up. goes into 1 0 degree olive oil and -- >> like a deep frying way. >> poaching. 180 degrees so doesn't absorb as much fat. if you cook something in fat you know it's not going to be dry. for sure. you end up with this. >> nice. >> amazing. >> that's beautiful. >> like i'm never going to do that. >> good job.
>> we're looking at our play-by-play. >> we'll have something coming up that says desserts. the show, by the way, clash of the grandmas. eddie is a rock star. we have a question. a video question from grace and camille. hit it, girls. >> both: hi, eddie. my mom and me are working overtime preparing turkey and sides. >> is there any other way we can help prepare desserts? >> yes. very good question. >> very good question. >> get invited to your friend's house. >> i have an amazing crock pot slow cooker bread pudding so easy. everybody say, ooh. like that, very, very easy, thanksgiving you have a lot of bread laying around, turn night a bread pudding. this crock pot is set at 4 1/2 hours on high. we'll put our bread in. we have some dry cranberry, raisins and -- another raisin lover. pumpkin puree, a little cream, a little egg, a little love.
how long before -- >> 4 1/2 hours. >> takes a little bit of preplanning. >> anything in a crock pot. >> easy. >> all right, dan, you got your sides coming up next. >> anything in a crock pot, i've long said that. amanda, clair has this question, i love mashed potatoes for thanksgiving but hate having to peel. a recipe where i don't have to. >> i don't like to peel potatoes either so i cook them skin on, right, yeah. skin on, s skin, i use yukon gold because the skin is much more tender. i use sour cream in my potatoes. yum. scallion and maybe a little cheddar cheese. >> i love that. it's thanksgiving. why not. >> yeah, i mean i love that you just got applause for saying the words cheddar cheese. phenomenal. >> and that's it and they're ready to go. don't even bother peeling.
that means rocco and we have hanna with a question in the audience. >> is there any ingredient to add to my gravy to punch it up? >> yes, of course. so i'm all about health except for my turkey today but i'll make up for it in the gravy. for mine i like to use a little wild turkey, pardon the pun. pardon the pun. >> wow. >> but then to really punch it up and give you a little bit of nutrition i take my protein powder and thicken it slurry and protein gravy. >> i like that. >> as an athlete you can appreciate that. >> is that chocolate flavored? >> i want to know that the wild turkey got a bigger applause than the cheddar cheese. >> both. >> rocco, thank you. i want to talk about a transition from food to something else. it's not just the food that brings us together, it's the stories. >> after the show. after the show, rocco. it's the stories we share with our family and abc news partners
thanksgiving list and we'll talk about all connecting with loved ones. take a look. >> that was supposed to be -- >> in prince intelligence's county. >> good morning, everybody. happy monday. >> ninth grade english teacher victoria james is prepping her class to appreciate something extra with their turkey and stuffing this thanksgiving. >> take out your great thanksgiving packs. >> the words and stories of loved ones. >> i'm going to interview my aunt. >> after a tough election that has exposed painful divides around hoping the great thanksgiving listen will provide a national platform for listening and empathy and perhaps a measure of healing. >> it helps us see one another as the human beings, the complex, the beautiful, the complicated human beings that we all are and it celebrates the stories and the voices of everyday people. >> last year's inaugural campaign resulted in more than 100,000 interviews, many done on the storycorps app.
>> one of the participants lourdes interviewed her father last thanksgiving. >> when you were younger what did you imagine you would do for work? >> i wanted to be a police officer. >> for lourdes it was an unforgettable conversation. >> i felt more connected to him. i felt like i learned more about him and i saw him differently. >> reporter: it's a conversation she looks forward to having this year with her grandmother, an immigrant from colombia. >> i just want to learn more about her and her life story. >> r to take part in storycorps, the great thanksgiving listen, you can download the smartphone app and start recording your family's story starting today. coming up next, garth brooks and
134,000 copies in its first week that includes his new studio album "gunslinger" set for a stand-alone release tomorrow. they stopped by recently to sing a special duet. here's "whiskey to wine." ? ? yeah she's nice yeah she's pretty and she's crazy about me ? ? she's always a lady and that's driving me crazy 'cause after you it's like going from whiskey to wine ?
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morning into a homicide in wentworth. authorities say a 60-year-old man was killed early yesterday morning. they say the victim, todd downing, was found inside his atwell hill road home, suffering from blunt force injuries. he was pronounced dead at the hospital. while no arrests have been made in this case, authorities say they do not believe that the public is at risk. firefighters were able to rescue two people from a burning apartment building in manchester last night. investigators say a cigarette tossed into a trash can sparked a fire inside an apartment on elm street, above cesarios pizza. dispatchers stayed on the phone with people who were trapped, until firefighters pulled them to safety. and sprinklers helped contain the flames. however, there is water damage to both cesarios pizza and the element lounge. outside we go. we bring you to manchester, where we are going to see turkey trot runners going through the city pretty soon, right kevin?
wind gusting over 20 miles an hour. today, we catch a break from that. we are not going to be able to shake precipitation chances. a couple flurries trying to fall out of the sky right now in the northwestern half of the state. we have this band of moisture trudging toward us. by the time that gets here mid afternoon, likely above the freezing mark. still, the chance of mixed showers, especially in southeastern and southwestern parts of the state. up north, ly up into the 30's, fading back into the 20's later tonight. that could mean a bit of mixed precipitation in places overnight. not a widespread issue. it is mainly rain showers tomorrow and mixed showers
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