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>> so, did you actually start with the modifier in the video? >> i did. >> okay. >> i love cat, the modifier. if she can do it, i can do it, too, and i'm doing it. and when you have that post-workout high, you have something that a scale cannot even measure. you have just this huge success. and how could you not want to continue doing something so wonderful? >> every day. >> you should be hosting this show. [ laughter and applause ] okay, so, clearly, we know the 21 day fix is simple and that it works, but, autumn, walk us through how the containers work. >> yeah, come on over. >> all right. >> let's have a little look. what i want you to see is -- >> well, hold on. cheeseburger, tacos, a brownie, and wine -- this is a great diet. >> not a diet -- it's not. i'm not taking anything away. it's just a healthier way of eating... >> mm-hmm. >> ...in the right portion sizes. >> all right. >> let's look at what a day would look like for a guy your size, if you were trying to lose weight. >> all right. >> breakfast -- an omelet, veggies, toast, yogurt, and fruit. you get four purple containers a day.
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you get to fill that four times a day. >> i got to tell you -- this is actually a bigger breakfast than i would normally eat, so... >> right. lunch -- your red is your protein. you get six of these a day. >> okay. >> so you're gonna fill this six times, you guys. that's -- that's plenty of food in a day. blue is your healthy fats. and then orange is seeds and dressings. and it's a very big meal. you're not gonna be deprived. >> no, clearly. >> healthy snack -- you've got veggies and pita and turkey. dinner -- we've got steak, so that would be your protein. your green container represents your vegetables. >> mm-hmm. >> you're gonna fill this six times a day. yellow are your carbohydrates. you get four of these a day. >> mm-hmm. >> then, i did include a brownie for you, because i know you enjoy brownies. >> i do. i do. >> and you still can have wine. you still get to have all the foods you love -- you're just gonna have them in the right portion sizes. if it fits in the container, you get to have it. >> all right, impressive. now, if you're not convinced that you'll get enough to eat on autumn's 21 day fix, nobody is gonna change your mind more than jake. take a look at his story. >> i have two kids -- a daughter
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i had health risks. i was always tired. i was always worn-out. i wouldn't spend time with my family. i felt like a failure, and i knew i needed to change something. so i called up my buddy. he recommended the 21 day fix. the containers are really simple to use. i was shocked to see how much food you can eat. the 30 minute workouts made it real easy. autumn is awesome. >> push, you guys. we got 20. >> something about her makes you just want to push harder. [ cheers and applause ] in 6 months, i lost 100 pounds. the 21 day fix changed my life. [ cheers and applause continue ] >> let's say hi to jake. how long did it take before your body and your brain got together and said, "this is working"? >> in my first round, i had lost 25 pounds. >> wow. >> and -- >> in your first round? >> in my first round. >> that's more than a pound a day. >> that's crazy. in 7 rounds, you lost 43 inches and 100 pounds. [ laughing ] congratulations, jake.
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>> fantastic. >> did i tell you she was a genius? now, when we come back, we've got some more amazing 21 day fix success stories, but first, just for everyone watching today, we have a very special price on autumn's 21 day fix. here's how to get yours. we'll be right back. [ applause ] >> announcer: how would you like amazing results like these in only 21 days? >> and thanks to the 21 day fix, i lost 11 pounds and 7 inches. i was amazed i was able to accomplish this in three weeks. >> announcer: introducing the 21 day fix. just do one of these six 30 minute workout routines each day. you'll define your arms and shoulders, tone and tighten your legs, melt the fat off your abs, and transform your entire body, while you strengthen your core and sculpt those long, lean muscles you've always wanted. and because they're only 30 minutes, you can get in, get out, and get on with your day. >> the workouts were awesome. they are no joke -- 30 minutes a day.
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19 inches, and i feel like a brand-new woman. >> announcer: autumn made combining fitness and nutrition so simple with her portion control color-coded containers. it's easy. if your food fits in one of these containers, you can eat it. there's one for every type of food you like to eat. that means you can still eat the foods you love -- just exactly the right portion every time. autumn also includes a simple eating plan that shows you how many portions to eat each day, including deserts and chocolate -- even wine -- just the right portion every time. autumn even created a "start here" guide that walks you through the program step by step. it shows you which 30-minute workout to do each day, plus there's a place to set and track your goals. that's it -- simple. and this deal gets even better. order now, and autumn will also include these three free bonus gifts -- autumn's "dirty 30 workout," designed to carve a leaner, stronger you, plus, her "3 day quick fix." it's autumn's secret weapon to
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and free 24/7 online support, including live chats with autumn and all the group support and motivation you need. and because there's a 30 day money back guarantee, that means you can finish the entire 21 day program, and if you don't see results, just send it back and you don't pay. but you get to keep autumn's "dirty 30 workout" and her "3 day quick fix." that's a $40 value -- free, just for trying. call in the next 10 minutes, and get a free upgrade to express delivery. that means you can start your fix in just 3 to 6 business days, guaranteed. and ask your operator about free access to 21 day fix on demand so you can take autumn with you anywhere, even the gym. this limited-time offer is not available in stores.
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to save $20 on the 21 day fix. >> i have high cholesterol, high blood pressure, sleep apnea. i'd like to avoid having to take drugs, and my doctor said that losing weight would be a very good tool to do that. the exercise program of the 21 day fix is so convenient because you don't need extra equipment. you don't need to go to the gym. it's 30 minutes. you can find 30 minutes every day. the containers have been a good guideline for me. most of the time, i eat less than what i'm allowed to eat, and i'm still full and satisfied. i just finished a third round of the 21 day fix. i've lost a total of 19 pounds, and i feel great. i've tried a lot of different programs, and this is the only one where i could see the results. [ cheers and applause ] >> welcome back. this is an amazing offer on a program guaranteed to work. now, there are reasons why all those other attempts to lose weight have failed you. the 21 day fix solves those problems, just like it did for our next guest.
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kids in school used to call me "devon the doughnut." it made me feel bad about myself. then, getting pregnant, i gained 60 pounds with my daughter -- 60-plus pounds that i needed to lose and had no idea where to start. and so i tried joining the gym. and then, i was talking to a coach there, and she was like, "why don't you try 21 day fix?" with 21 day fix, i have lost 50 pounds. [ applause ] i feel amazing. doing these workouts 30 minutes a day has completely changed my body. my arms are toned, and i have abs. i thought it was impossible to have abs after a baby. the foods that you're able to have on this program -- you're surprisingly full. through my journey of losing 60 pounds, i feel proud of myself. i feel like a good example to my daughter. that, to me, is priceless. [ applause ] >> all right. in 5 rounds, 50 pounds, 32.5 inches, huh? >> yeah, yeah. >> very nice. >> i've yo-yo'd. so, yeah, i've done the gym memberships.
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i've done so many things to try to lose the weight, and i couldn't get to a good goal, you know? and so this program just fit. i, like, got the containers, and then i saw how much food i was getting to eat. i'm like, "i'm not gonna lose weight. i'm gonna weigh in after these 21 days, and i'm still gonna be the same." and i lost 15 pounds my first round. >> wow. all right. >> yeah. which -- i feel amazing. i feel amazing. [ voice breaking ] and i just want to thank you so much. you've changed my life. and i just can't thank you enough for creating this program. [ cheers and applause ] >> tom, this program works, but the one thing i hear from people over and over again is they wish they started sooner. >> well, autumn, thank you, first of all, for sharing what has been a remarkable program that has clearly changed a lot of people's lives. but if you're ready to lose weight, break bad habits, get healthy, and stay that way, the 21 day fix is the perfect program for you right now, and
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thanks, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] >> announcer: simple fitness, simple nutrition, fast results. >> i lost 11 pounds in 3 weeks. everything about it has just been amazing. >> announcer: introducing the 21 day fix, from celebrity trainer and nutrition expert autumn calabrese. just do one of these six 30 minute workout routines each day. >> it's 30 minute workouts. they're nothing crazy. they're simple exercises. anybody can do them. we've got upper body and legs and cardio, cardio with weights, and pilates, and yoga. there's something in there for every single day to keep your body guessing, to keep you from plateauing, to keep you from getting bored. >> anyone can find 30 minutes to work out. i've lost 10 pounds. all my clothes fit again. the 21 day fix has changed my life. >> announcer: autumn made combining fitness and nutrition simple with her portion control color-coded containers. it's easy. if your food fits in one of
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it. there's one for every type of food you like to eat. that means you can still eat the foods you love -- just exactly the right portion every time. autumn also includes a simple eating plan that shows you how many portions to eat each day, including deserts and chocolate -- even wine -- just the right portion every time. >> you literally put the food into these containers. if it fits, you can eat it. i have lost 10 1/2 pounds, and i feel amazing. >> announcer: autumn even created a "start here" guide that walks you through the program step by step. it shows you which 30-minute workout to do each day, plus there's a place to set and track your goals. that's it -- simple. pick up the phone and get the body you always wanted with the complete 21 day fix fitness and nutrition program, including all six easy-to-follow 30 minute workouts, autumn's portion control color-coded containers and simple eating plan. that's a $220 value for just 4 easy payments of $19.95.
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be one of the first 200 callers to order, and you'll receive these three free bonus gifts -- autumn's "dirty 30 workout," a bonus 30 minute workout she designed just for her celebrity clients to get fast results. autumn is even including her "3 day quick fix," her secret to getting bikini ready in just 3 days. and free 24/7 online support, including live chats with autumn, plus access to a free coach to help you reach your goals. these bonuses -- a $220 value -- are yours free. so call now to get the entire 21 day fix program, plus $220 in free bonuses, for just 4 payments of only $19.95. but wait! order now, and autumn will knock off one entire payment, so now the 21 day fix is only 3 easy payments of $19.95. that's 21 days of training for less than the price of one private training session with autumn. and because there's a 30-day money-back guarantee, that means
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program, and if you don't see results, just send it back and you don't pay. but you get to keep autumn's "dirty 30 workout" and her "3 day quick fix." that's a $40 value -- free, just for trying the 21 day fix. plus, call in the next 5 minutes... [ horn honks ] ...and get a free upgrade to express delivery, another $15 value -- free. don't wait 2 to 3 weeks for delivery. you'll have your 21 day fix in just 3 to 6 days, guaranteed. want 21 day fix workouts streamed to your computer, smartphone, or tablet? ask your operator about free access to 21 day fix on demand so you can take autumn with you anywhere, even the gym. and because this limited-time offer is not available in stores, you must pick up the
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julie andrews, usher and steven spieielberg it's a kennedy center tradition the honorees sit with the president and the first lady. >> last night president obama was late for his primetime address to the nation. so mrs. obama started without him. that show, looks like a good show. it will be broadcast on cbs on december 29th. >> so glad the president made it eventually. overseas a show of defiance in the city of light. >> youtube paid tribute to the spirit of the city of paris last night where they performed for the first time since their canceled concert in the aftermath of the terror attacks. >> tonight, we are all parisians. >> and last night's special guest rumored to be the eagles turned out to be patti smith who closed out the 27-song concert th her 1988 song "people have
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back here at home, millions zs tuned in to wat a different kind of concert. >> frank sinatra was honored with a special sinatra 100. an all-star grammy concert on cbs. >> t show was described as pleasing journey through some legends of the greatest music performed by some of today's biggest stars. come fly with me, let's fly down to peru that's life. i can't deny, i thought of quitting but my heart just won't buy it it's up to you new york, new
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york, new york >> oh. incredible. the all-star lineup of grammy wiwinners included lady ga, garth brooks, tony bennett, usher, alicia keyes and john legend. >> the two-hour special was made in partnership with the sinatra family. >> i hope they put out a cd of that night.t. i'd buy that on itunes. >> they wouldn't miss an opportunity like that. and finally some congratulations are in order. "dancing with the stars" pros max chmerkovskiy, peta murgatroid are now engaged. >> max and peta. max popped the question on the stage over the weekend and an audience member caught it on camera. audio was hard to hear but he said "i'm in love with you and i will be in love with you for the rest of my life." of course, she said yes. >> our congratulations to them
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under the sea, under the sea. darling it's better down where it's wetter >> your kids watch the little mermaid? >> of cocourse. >> my favorite songs. located after the sea after more than 300 seas is being called the holy grail of ship wrecks >> the wreck of a spanish galleon named the san jose. it's set to reignite an internatnal dispute over the treasure. here's abc's neal karlinksky. >> reporter: in these first images from the ocean floor, you can clearly see vases, cannons, and what looks like coins.
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president making a claim as big as the discovery. "it is one of the biggest findings and identification of underwater heritage in the history of humanity," he says. the spanish galleon, the san jose, sank on june 8th, 1708, in the caribbean off the coast of cartagena, colombia. the triple decked ship was 150 feet long and armed with 64 guns. estimates of the treasure on board, believed to include emeralds, gold and coins like this one shown on the facebook page for sea search armada, and silver vary widely. from an astonishing $4 billion to as much as $17 billion. "it is a job of many years with many people," says a member of the team. "a huge triumph." dive teams have kept the exact location of the galleon secret, for obvious reasons. it was found in 1,000 feet of
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a high-tech treasure hunt. what is thought to be one of the world's most valuable ship wrecks is a secret no more. neal karlinsky, abc news, los angeles. >> well, that was interesting. now, i tweeted out earlier this morning. >> you did? >> that we have a mystery co-host here for the next couple weeks a he's british. some people thought it was mick jagger. >> look at the tweets there. >> paul mccartney. andhen another person finally fod out who it was and said wow, he's extremely attractive enjoying the news tonight. >> that's very nice. people are saying paul mccartney, mick jagger, i fear we may have raised exexpectatis. >> hardly. >> now just maybe paul mccartney is presenting the overnight news on abc. now that i -- who? richard who? >> he matt campbell says we also
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kind of makes "world news now" #downtown newsy. >> i'll roll with that. i'll not argue with that. >> more news after this. >> announcer: this is abc's
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insomniacs for two decades. g goodmorning. i'm reenaninan. >> i'm richard bacon. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." reassuring the nation. presidident oba i vowing to overcome the threat of terrorism. he's crackcking dow on isis, calling for t tougher tvel screening and tighter gun control after the san bernardino rampage. full coverage coming up shortly. the justice department is laununching an investigation into the chicago police department. the new probebe follows the death of laquan mcdonald the teen who was shot 16 times by an officer. video of that shooting sparked
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>> a well-known aerobatics pilot who flew in red bull sponsored events was among the two killed in a small plane crash in southern california. the faa is investigating the crash wch happened as the plane was attempting to take off. >> starbucks taking out a whole new level. it's rolling out a home delivery seice in seattle, its head quarter city. convenient, yes. cheap, not so much. the delivery fee six bucks not counting tipping. those are some of our top stories on this monday, december 7th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." good morning. we begin with the latest face in the war on terror. president obama saying we're facing an evolving threat. >> as the fbi digs into the background of the husband and wife who opened fire in san bernardino, president obama descrid them as having gone down the dark path of radicalization. >> t president also used his
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amerericans is will be destroyed. here's abc's elizabeth hur with momore. >> this wa an act of terrism designed to kill innocent people. >> reporter: in a rare speech from the oval office, president obama called this husband and wife team responsible for killing 14 people in san bernardino radicals. who appear to have been inspired not directed by isis. thee f now on the trail of terror trying to determi who knew what and when. so far the couple's family tellin abc news they never saw any warning signs. >> i feel like he had a double life. i feel like he was good at concealing everything from all of us. >> reporter: calling the threat from terrorism real, president obama says since the paris attacks military efforts to degrade and d destroy isis are already under way overseas. more work needs to be done here at home. >> congress should act to make sure no one on a no fly list is able to buy a gun.
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screening for those who come to america without a visa so we can take a hard looking whether they've traveled to war zones. >> reporter: according to authorities the female killer in e massacre taseen malik came to the u.s. on what's known as a fiance visa's marrying farook two years ago. investigators are searching their cell phones and computers urgently hunting for answers. the president explained while it is imperative we stay vigilante and relentless, it's important to remember we cannot make decisions based on fear. >> elizabeth, getting back to the san bernardino investigation, have we learned from the suspects' former next-door neighbor who we know wa questioned? >> unfortunately at this time, investigators are still waiting to talk to him because they aren't been able to. he checkcked himself into a mental hospitalhortly after that shooting rampage and so wha we know at this point is his name, enrique marquez.z. officials believe he bought the assault rifles used in the
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wever, they're still trying to figure why he bought them and how they ended up with the suspect. they say they're not calling him a suspect rightht now but at leastst at this point bause again, they're still waiting to him. >> we know the fbi taking the ad on this investigation. what do we know from investigators there right now? >> they say hundreds of fbi agents, local police and the sheriff's deputies are working aroundhe clock on this case as you can imagine. we know they've conducted raids. they've removed several evince items from several locations. and they're still talking to eyewitnesss but whatever they gathered and whatever they learned this weekend, we will learn later today. there's a press c conferenc scheduled for noontime l.a. time. officials will give us an update at that point. >> such a strange story, isn't it, in so many ways. >> just the fact that his own famimily didn't know that he led this double life. >> the more you try to understand it, the further you get away from underanding it.
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much. >> the republican presidential candidates wasted no time pouncing on the president's address. donald trump tweeting is that all thereis? we need a new president fast. marco rubio saying nothing happened in the speech toce fears adding that the president is completely overwhelmed by the terrorist threat. it ia hotolitical issue and it's yourvoice, your vote. abc's devin dwyer is covering it all. >> reporter: hillary clinton says the u.s. fight against isis is falling sho. we're not winning, but it's too soon to say if we're doing everything we need to do. >> reporter: trump and clinton now in a statistical tie. facing off how to fight isis and talk about the terror threat. here's clinton on "this week." >> what's the problem with radical islam? >> the problem is, that sounds like we'e're declang war against a ligion. >> radical islamic terrorism.
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you look at the names, you look at what's happened. you tell me. >> reporter: while trump is open to racial profiling to fight terror, clinton worried it could make the threat worse. >> that is a recruitg tool for isis and other radical jihasts. who use this as way of saying we're in a war against the west. >> reporter: both candidates want a more aggressive military campaign in iraq and syria. when ted cruz ggested this -- >> we'll carpet bomb them into oblivion. clinton said it's not that easy. >>e's never had any respsibility for trying to figure out who the bad guys are d who innocent civilians are. >>eporter: as for boots on the ground, trump said he's open to deploying american combat forces to syria. meanwhile clinton said s she wants more u.s. special forces for syria bob the 5 president obama alreadady approved. devin dwyer, abc news, washington. new details in the police shooting of auspect over the weekend on a miami beach street.
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outside a barber shop was captured on cell phone video. police say he just escaped from a prison halfway house and ted to rob a bank. he then ran into the barr shopop, grabbed a straight edge razor. during a confrontation, he was shot twice. we are not showing the moment he was shot. investigators will be loong at the video and determining whether the shooting was justified. >> policece officer on the street literally has a fraction of a second to make the dermination whether deadly force is warrantied. >> wine set's quikdss date back to the '80s and include possession of marijuana, passing bad collection and robbing banks. unexpected news from former president jimmy carter. he is cancer-free. carter made the announcement to the sunday school class that he teaches in his hometown of plains, georgia. back in auaugust, a you might remember, carter said the doctors had found four melanoma lesions on his brain. he's undergone radiation and drug treatments since then and
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no sign of cancer. okay. the web buzzing this morning about the possibility of a new smaller iphone. repos are the new device may be released early next year. it's believed it may combine the size of an iphone 5 with a four-inch screen and metal body with the power of a iphone 6 s. apple as usual is being mostly tight-lipped about its plans. i just want to know, are they keeping the same darn crger and will the battery life be better? >> i met jonathan last week, the zimpbt iphone. the most excitement. th's like meeting jimi hendrix. one of the most exciting moments of my life. >> your friend could be watching right now. >> i think friend is pushing it. i'm happy to imply that. the indianapolis colts could have used the new iphone, as well to call for reinforcements againsthe steelers. pittsburgh's high powered defense lived up to the billing. quararterbacken roethlisberger threw four touchdown passes two
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>> this blowout will remembered for brown's touchdown celebration after a seven-yard punt returned for a touchdown. brown splitting his legs and jumping onto the padding of the goal. richard, has anybody in english soccer ever used their crotch in celebration of scoring a goalal? >> no, because english soccer is not as theatrical as that. >> oh, there's jack. jack who is a big sports buff. >> see what's going on. >> and clearly a big notre dame and steelers fan. >> i thought that was footage from the stadium. it only dawned on me it's footage from just there. >> it's our crew. >> i like that. >> more crew in the show. coming up, sightings of an elusive creature. the surrender cobra spotted on college campuses. we will explain. >> also ahead, thieves helping themselvlves to your special holiday deliveries. a scene repeated over and over. see who is fighting back.
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across thahat country, colorful doughnuts a traditional holiday treat are flying off t the bakery shelves. hanukkah celrations last for eight days. >> we should find there's got to be a bakery in new york. plenty that make the this time of year or we'll go to dunkin' donuts. have you had one? >> never. better diver. i'm now excited. >> here at home as we pull the christmas decorations out of the basements coming out of the woodwork with holiday grinches. >> those package thieves sneak up on doorsteps to steal our holiday cheer are facing hi-tech crime busting tools. abc's phillip mena explains. >> reporter: 'tis the season, package deliveries at an all-time high ahead of the holiday season. this year alone, all the major delivery services expect more than a 10% increase in packages to be sent from las year between thanksgiving and new year's eve. the u.s. postal service expects
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million packages as does u.p.s. and fedex says it will ship a record 317 million during the height of the holiday season but it's also primetime for thievery. burglars snatching packages more brazenly than ever before. >> they'll follow the trucks, watchhem deliver the package and within a certain amount of time will go up to the house see if anybody's home and they take the package and leave.e. >> watch as this guy walks up to the front porch and picks up a package. this thief rides his bike up to random mailboxes. here a woman is seen snatching a package delivered only ten minutes earlier. and this robber pulls into the driveway shortly after a package delivery. takes it, then boldly doubles back and takes a few oranges for the road. now, amazon and wal-mart are trying to help combat the problem teaming up with police to stop thesech pirates using bait boxes. they look like yr average
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but also a gps tracking device that remains dormant till the package is moved. then the police start tracking it. >> we'll follow these people who wherever they're going to be ing and hopefully find more oducts they may have stolen. >> the homeowner wasn't able to catch the thief in the act but could help convict him at a later date. phillip mena, abc news, new york. >> coming up, surrender cobra. >> announcer: "world news now"
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>> called the surrender cobra. you'll find yourself doing it whenour team loses in a gut wrenching fashion. our friends at espn explain. >> it's a creature with the most peculiar of characteristics. >> he's going to win the football game. >> most commonly emerging on saturdays in the fall. >> do you believeit? >> at the conclusion of every prepos russly painful, brutally gut wrenching, impossible to believe loss. >> can you believe what you just saw? >> reporter: it's known in the wild and in captivity. >> you've got to be kidding me. and he scores, as the surrender cobra. >> that universal expression of
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bling one of the world's most feared and poisonous animals in apparent yes, surrender to the whims of the sports gods. and while it may have a proper definition, what we seek today is an explanation. >> probabably anxious. they're probably concerned. and it's a way off protecting themselves from the public, but it's subconscious they don't even know they're doing it most of the people with their hands on their head are expressive personalities. when we use the hands together, we're using a whole -- the front is the mental area. his hands are very, very solid on his frontal area of his brain. so we're talking about he's getting the whole picture, his thoughts, they're racing. >> reporter: it was on the third saturday of october when this particular cobra appeared in ann
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>> and he scores. on the last play of the game. unbelievable! >> i don't think i moved for a minute or two after the game was over. every michigan fan has told me i felt the exact same way that you did. it's just that you happened to get caught on camera. >> reporter: of course, getting caught on camera has its benefits like attention from some young coeds, right, chris? >> at least for pictures. i've been hoping i would be able to turn it into something else, butt at least i break the barrier in talking to people in the first plac so it's a start. >> reporter: however, there are frustrations of viral fame, as well. >> a company in ohio has made a shirt, you made probay more money off of this shirt that features me than anything you guys have ever done. so i mean, come on. help a college student out a little bit.
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we can work together on this. >> reporter: somewhere in america, in the aftermath of the next excruciating time in a game -- >>o you believe it? >> reporter: the next cobra to emerge is lurking. >> i love that. >> that guy does the cra particularly well. you are my whole life! your two blue eyes are shining!
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you. >> hi. >> hello, hello. >> how are you? >> i invited designer francesco over to help me create holiday magic using household items. >> remember to get somome christmas crafting goin tive one, shop your home. >> candles, grab them. cotton balls and pnter paper. >> tip two, recycle. >> these will end up being something fabulous. >> watch as these paper pa towel tubesecome napkin rings. >> you want to take some ribbon. >> wrap it around. >> before you know it -- staple. >> oh. >>here we go. >> time to use that printer paper to create a winter wonderland. >> we're going to do snowballs flakes and create a center scape for this table. >> okay. >>nd finally, tip number three, it is doesn't matter what you have. it matters what you do with it.
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trayreated using plates and glass ware. >> we're going to do magic with this. double stick tape. yer and build up. >> this is so cool. >> isn't this cool? or these candle stands. >> easy one, two, three. >> clearsrs. >> cheers. >> paula fas, abc news, new york. that looked rubbish. that little tray t thing looked rubbish. spend the money. >> buy the expensive stuff. >> have you picked out your tree yet? >> well, i have a -- whoa. $175? are you kidding? i have the one from target for $20.99. >> did you really get it from target. >> it's plastic from target. >> when do you put it up? >> thanksgiving day. >> a, that's still too early. i guess it has to be fake because otherwise it will die b by christmas day. >> you're right. well said.
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should a christmas tree be called a holiday tree? one woman quit her job over the dispute. the war of words in this season of good cheer. it's monday, december 7th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." electrifying me here, folks. good morning on this monday. a bit of a british invasion here. >> hi. great to be here. >> richard bay con. >> that is really my name. it sounds like ridiculous. it's actually my name. >> it's wonderful to have you. you had a radio show in london. is it fair to describe you as the ryan seacrest of england? >> i'll take that. i mean, i don't suppose anyone has described ryan seacrest as being the richard bacon of america but i'll take it. because it implies i'm a lot more successful than i am. >> you are quite succsful. more with you and a bigger unite tro dukds later. president obama vowing to
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san bernardino attack was an act of terrorism. >> the president delivivered a rare primetime address from the oval office calling on congress to formally decre war on the islamic ste and tighten gun control loss. >> the president said the shooter ans sayid farook and his wife had gone down what he called the dark path of radicalization. our coverage b begins wi abc's elizabeth hur. >> this was an act of terrorism designed to kill innococent people. >> reporter: in a rare speech from the oval office, president obama called this husband and wife team responsible for killing 14 people in san bernardino radicals w appear to have been inspiredd n directed by isis. the fbi now on the t trail of terror trying to determine who knew what and when. so far, the couple's family telling abc news they never saw any warning signs. >> i feel like he had double life. i feel like he was very good at an concealing everything from all of us. >> reporter: meanwhile calling an the threat from terrorism
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the paris attacks, military efforts to degrade and destroy isis are already under way overseas but asore work needs to be done here at home. >> to begin with, congress should act to make sure no one on a no fly list is able to guy a gun. we shoululdut in place stronger screening for those who come to america without a visa so that we can take a hard look whether they've traveled to war zones. >> reporter: according to authorities the female killer in the massacre tashfeen malik came to the u.s. on what's known as a fee fiance visa. investigators are now searching their cell phones and computers urgently hunting for answers. and republican presidential candidates are already weighing in. ohio governor john kasich says the president's strategy is not enough and gop front-runner donald trump tweeted we need a new president fast. >> the president wants congress
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is able to buy a gun and he wants congress toe have stronger screening for travelers and continued use of military force against isil. do you think that he can expect that cooperationing? ing. > the short answer, not looking good. remember, we are talking about a republican-led congress here but i should notef the three that you mentioned, we could s see some movement in that call for stronger screening for travelers. the house is actually set to vote on a bill addingg more security requirements to that visa waiver program. again, that vote set to take place this week. whether it passes or not, t that's a whole other story but at least it's coming up for a vote. >> he's got a big event at the white house with congress today. should be interestin elizabeth hur, thank you so o much. investigators have searched the home of a former neighbor suspected of supplying the shooters with high-powereded rifles used in the massacre. the fbi scrambling to find out how the terror plot originated. more from abc's pierre thomas.
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of fbi agents here at home and across the globe are in a race against time to uncover exactly what and who was behind the massacre in san bernardino. fbi officials are searching computers and cell phones associated with the killer couple in a desperate attempt to see if they were radicalized or directed by isis or other terrorists. the female killer allegedly swore allegiance to the leader of isis on facebook on the day of the assault. >> the most important part of this investigation right now is, are they lone players, the two of them, or are they connected to other people? >> reporter: but if this couple was truly inspired by isis, it marks a dangerous evolution in the u.s. terror threat. the fbi director h been warning for months about an unprecedented social media campaign by isis encouraging potentially thousands of followers in the u.s. to attack. >> it's as if a devil sits on one's shoulder all day long saying kill, kill, kill. >> reporter: the social media marketing polished, not just violent, appealing to the young. there's evidence the marketing
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in the last two years alone, the fbi has idenentified oarrested nearly 90 suspected isis supporters from inside the united states. average age, only 25. at least 20 teenagers. 13 females. and 15 of those arrested accused of trying to launch murderous plots here at home. the nation narrowly averted the first isis-inspired massacre in may when two men armed with assault rifles tried to attack a texas cartoon conference about the prprophet mommed. and now this young suburban couple who left behind a 6-month-old baby and wt on a vicious killing spree. law enforcement is struggling to cope with the new isis social media threat. which has found a young, captive audiencethat can strike without warning. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. an isis affiliate claimed responsibility for a deadly attack in yemen. a huge explosion killed the governor of the country's southern aden province.
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if the claim problems true, it would be one of the highest profile terror attacks in yemen. >> in london, police are investigating an attack at an unrground subway statation as a terrorist incident. the knife wielding suspect slashed two people reportedly crying thihis is for syria. this morning he's behind bars chargedith attempted murder. abc's jennifer eccleston has the story. >> reporter: cell phone video captures a terrifying scene. >> tase him, tase e him, tashim, tase him. >> reporter: a man with a knife lunging at police at a london subway station after allegedly stabbing two people. >> it's a risk. life is a risk here. >> reporter: police subduing him with a taser. both survive but scotland yard is calling the attack a
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police searching a home in london. >> might be self starter terrorists, no connection anywhere, just self-radicalized from material on the internet. >> reporter: media r reports s the man shouted, "this is for syria." one witness on the scene shouting this -- >> you're no muslim, bruv. you ain't no muslim. >> reporter: the attacack comes time of high alert after a string of terror arrests and just days s after paiament voted to launch air strikes agaiainst isis in syria. opponents had feared that move could trigger lone wolf attacks acss the homeland. police are uing people to remain calm but alert and vigilant. calling the threat of terrorism here severe. jennifer eccleston, abc news, london. major new developments in the chicago police shooting of a black teen that has sparked nationwi outrage. justice department is now launching an investigation into the patterns and practices of the department. this follows the release of a
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being shot 16 times by a white officer. and mayor rahm emanuel announced late last night the head of the independent police authority has been resigned replaced by a former federal prosecutor. the faa is looking into the deadly crash of a small plane in southern califoia. two people were killed when the plane went down whilettempting to take off about 70 miles northeas of l.a among those who died were a famous aerobatics pilot named mike mangold, also a commercial pilot for american airlines. the airport where the crashook place remains clos. the six astronauts on board the international space station are awaiting a special delivery launched yesterday from florida and it will arrive at the space station on wednesday morning. there's more than 7,000 pounds of cargogo on board including food, clothes, science experiments, even christmas presents. it's the first delivery t to the space station that took off from
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i wonder what the chrtmas gifts were. >> i don't know. how exciting. >> now the big question. we're sure you're asking, who is richard bacon? >> i'm not asking that question. i have done my reading. i am a british broadcaster as you mentioned earlier, i hosted a daily current affairs show for the bbc. lots of current affairs and a few entertainment shows, as well. tonight, do you know what i did tonight? i went to the broadway premier of "school of ck." >> how was it. >> sensational. so that's it. that's what i watched like two hours ago. it's written by the guy that wrote "downton abby." the music by andrew lloyd webber. i went in thinking those older guys would ruin it. it wasn't. it was thrilling. exhilarating and exciting.
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only go and see that show if you're a fan of joy. >> interesting. >> who was in the audience? >> guess who i sat three chairs away from. >> somebody from "downton abbey." >> a fellow britt but three seats away, barbara walters. >> oh, my goodness. look. we've got the selfie. >> there is a photo i believe we faked. because this is where i dropped the ball. this is why i'm not as good a journalist as barbara or any of you. as ieft the theater, i thought why didn't i get a selfie, have a photo with her we could use. i think we're in the barbara walts building. >> we got it for you. welcome to abc. we're glad to have you here a couple weeks now. coming up in the mix, christmas lights dove step style. >> plus the new details about jimmy carter's battle with brain cancer. his surprising announcement over the weekend. our medical editor is here in
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for melanoma that spread from his liver to his brain. with uss with more is abc's medical editor dan childs. thank you so much for being here. >> thank you. >> what do we know about president carter? is he really in remission? >> this is very good news. the fact that it looks like this treatment is helping him. however, doctors wouldn't use the word remission yet. usually someone needs to be as he says cancer-freeor a very long time before doctors could conclude hey, maybe we've beaten this back. maybe we've really eliminated cancer from his system. so there's a long ways to go before we get there. again, this is good news. >> dan, it's been referred to as an experimtal c drug. it's been approved by the da, for example. >> that is correct. in 2014, it was approved more melanoma and certain types of lung cancer. they're studying it for other types of cancer. there's a possibility mbe in the future it could be used for any number of cancers.
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addition to the arsenal that doctors have against cancer. >> ifou're watching this and you know someone who's got a similar condition, is this a time to be excited? should you be excited by this news, or would you caution against that? >> richard, it's both things. you really would take some hope in this because it shohows that there is a drug here that could be better than what has been available beforere. but you also meed to know that you know, here we have this drug that's being used in very late stage cancer patients. sure it might work for one person. it maynot work quite, a as well for another person. there's study that needs to happen but it is something that'shopeful. and it's something that doctors are keeping their fingers crossed on. >> and you know, dan, the thing about president carter, is so determined. he's always been positive and faith is a huge part of his life. are there any medical studies about the influence of positive titude and faith-based approach to your diagnosis that makes a difference?
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few and far between. they're very inconclusive. we don't know, for example, whether having strong faith or a very positive outlook affects your cancer in any sort of direct way. what we do know is that people who respond to these sorts of situations possibly tend to have better outcomes. if you have a good outlook, it may help you inther aspects o your life that also contribute to how well you fight off this cancer. so it' certainly not a bad thing. >> he has a good outlook. >> such aositive person. >> he's got one of the best out of office careers of any president. >> you're right. i think he even admitted it that he felt that his career after leaving office was probably. >> was better than the one in the office. >> thank you so much. abc's medical editor dan childs. thanks for joining us this morning, dan. >> thank you. coming up in our next half hour, the brazen burary in london. robbers bursting into simon cowell's home while they were sleeping.
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abc stations. with the holiday season now into full swing, so is what's become another annual tradition, the so-called war on christmas. >> it's pretty much a battle over political correctness. abc's mara schiavocampo has more. three, two, one. >> reporter: a debate over christmas traditions leaving many saying bah humbug. or, in the case of one city councilwomanan, "i qui" >> at this time in our country and in our world, it's important to be inclusive. >> reporter: new jersey's charlene storey resigning this week after the city council voted to change the name of the "holiday tree lighting ceremony"
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ceremony." >> it's not a holiday tree, it's not a pear tree, it's a christmas tree. >> repororter: thacity councilwoman lat reconsidered, deciding to o stay on. but all across the country, christmas controversies are lighting up like trees. from the campaign trail -- >> if i become president, we're all gonna be saying merry christmas again. that i can tell you. >> reporter: to campus. some university of tennessee-knoxville students upset with a university memo urging inclusion, saying, "ensure your holiday party is not a christmas party in disguise." >> it's my god-given right to be able to have a christmas party. >> reporter: to coffee shops. starbucks stirring ire b by removing christmas symbols from their holiday cups. >> yes, they got rid of the christian religious symbols like snowflakes and snowmen. >> reporter: still, some say there is something we can all agree on. >> the holididays are e holidays. we celebrate them, and it's all good.
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>> what i like about it, i don't understand any sign language. they're having a private conversation that we can't understand. >> that's right. >> that makes it feel even more special. >> look how excited she is that santa communicates in sign language. wow, that's remarkable. >> a great thing. great thing. >> see, santa knows everything. >> that's true. including sign language. >> and possibly mandan. >> definitely. covers the world. >> let's talk about your national treasure adele. >> adele. okay. i thought you were talking about me again. oh. >> 2-year-old girl. there's a thing called lip sync battle. >> lip sync is part of the jimmy fallon show and spun off into a tv show. where people mime sensationally well to songs. >> right. there's adele with her famous song, you know this one, "hello." it's so popular. it's almost too famous. i want to introduce you to
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can slay adele's impression. >> good isn't it? it's really good. >> how is this possible? she's only 2. >> i did watch it through earlier. it's become a big hit on social media. she does appear to understand the lyrics and s she is only 2. >> she goes on and mimes more words in the song. >> she getshe cadence and rhythm a and when to open her mouth. >> that would be a great -- >> you're right. but wrong network, my friend. i'm booking for our show. >> jimmy kimmel's show is way better. way better. let's also, let me show you house. christmas. >> this is a house which is he in the united states of america. andd this guy, look. you get a sense of it here. it's dubbed music. it just so exciting. do you like that? >> i love christmas lights. i love taking my kids in the car
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this is pretty remarkable though. >> living in america, i've learnened chrisas and halloween, you just do everything better than us.
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this morning on "wld news now," the president speaks out, addressing a frightened america. what he wants congress to do to help him fight tererrorism. his rare oval office speech during primetime. >> terror investigation. who supplied the san bernardino couple with the high powered weapons used in last weeeek's attack? the fbi turns to a former friend and neighbor. >> and new this half hour, the real life drama for reality tv star simon cowell. >> why police were called to his home. a frightening ordeal for his
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>> and later in the skin you're". paying tribute. u 2's rescheduled concert in paris using music to al wounds. it is monday, december the 7th. >> announcer: frombc news, this is "world news now." >> good morning on this bubusy monday. i'm richard bacon. >> a big welcome to you, richard. go to have you here. how good is your sign lauage? because my voice is giving out. >> okay. maybe i should just interpret for you. >> you might have to do that at some point. >> you tell me what you want to say, i will tell the viewers. >> we have to work it that way. >> i'm here for you. >> did you see we had presidident obama giving reassurances to the public hoping to easase fears after last week's deadly terror attack in san bernardino. >> of course, the president delivered a rare primetime speech promising to step up attacks on isis while making it clear the fight is not between america and islam. our coverage begins with abc's jonathan karl at the white
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>> reporter: in just the third oval office address of his presidency, the president addressed the attacks in california and paris bluntly saying what happened in california was a terrorist act. he said we are at war with terrorists and have been since 9/11. >> as commander in chief, i have no greater responsibility than the security of the american people. as a father to two young daughters who are the most precious part of my life, i know th we see ourselves w with friends and co-workers at a holiday party like t one in san bernardino. i know we see our kids in the faces of the young people killed in paris. and i know that after so much war, many americans are asking whether we are confronted by a cancer that has no immediate cure. well, here's what i want you to know, the threat from terrorism is real, but we will overcome it. >> reporter: the president declared that isil or isis will be defeated and he outlined a series of steps that have been
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states military effort in iraq and in sia, also getting more contributions from our allies in euro. the president also though made it clear that we are not at war with islam. and spoke quite passionately about the importance of not lifying muslims talking about muslim americans as being patriotic americans. >> it's our responsibility to reject proposals that muslim americans should somehow be treated differently. because when we travel down that roadwe lose. >> the president did call for some action from congress, inclcludiningassing some gun legislation which really doesn't have much of a chance of psing at all in the face of republican opposition. he also called for congress to pass an authorization for the use of military force in iraq and syria. this is something that the white house called for year ago, still hasn't happened. and frankly, there still isn't much action in congress towards that. jonathan karl, abc news, the white house. the presidential candidates were quick to respond to the
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ststarting wh marco rubio who told fox news that the american people are s scared because president obama is overwhelmed by these terror attacks. and he's not easing eir fears. gop front-runneris this. is that all there is? we need d a new prident fast. >> democratic bernie sanders says american troops should not be engaged in perpetual warfare in the middle east. as isis is destroyed, it's essential that fear and division does not undermine constitutional rights. hillary clinton told abc news the u.s. is at war with isis and that war is not yet won. >> san bernardino public health employees are returning to work this morning for the first time since their colleagues were killed in the shooting rampage. meanwhile, fbi agents made two trips to the home of syed farook'sormer neighbor and friend accused of purchasing two of the murder weapons. here's abc's cecilia vega.
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deadly shooting turning to the a raid of the family home of enrique marquez, far rook's one time friend anand neighbor suspected of supplying him with those two high-powered rifles used in that massacre. the fbi raiding the home. >> did he provide the guns to farook. >> mark kes now reportedly will checked himself into a mental health facility. >> they keep to themselves. they're very neighborly. all their children, they're good kids. >> reporter: this neighbor says she noticed a change in farook about a year ago. >> before he started to change, what was he like? what's the biggest differences? >> the biggest difference was his dress, his beard. he was more withdrawn. he started growing more beard and he started wearing his white thing, you know, the long drape outfit, whatever it is. and so he did start changing. >> reporter: but no one says they noticed any warning signs of the terror that was to come. >> i never saw them talking about guns or anything like
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i never heard them say anything suspicious. >> reporter: this new photo o of farook as a baby with lis family. his sister and brother-in-law say they too are angry for not knowing farook and his wife were living double life. >> reporter: do you feel like you didn't know your brother? >> no, at this time, i feel like he had a double life. i feel like he was very good at concealing everything florida all of us. >> reporter: but his father telling alian newspaper his son was fascinated by isis, hated israel and that he shared ideology of isis leader al baghdadi but other family members take i issue witthat connecticut and faok's sister and brother-in-law tell me thahat they are in complete shock. disbelief they say. they went to his house. they never saw weapons or anything suspicious. they say they are grieving now for all of the people who died right here behind me. cecilia vega, abc news, san bernardino, california.
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terror attack striki london, asell. the suspect stabbed two people in an underground subway station. witnesses say he shouted this is for syria. cell phone video captured it all. police brought him down with a taser and he's now charged with attempted murder. british authorities are investigating the tack as a terrorist incident. >> now to that police shooting in broad daylight on a m miami beach street. the killing of david winesett outside of a barber shop was captured on cell phone video. police say that he had just escaped from a prison halfway house and tried to rob a bank. then ran into the barber shop, grabbed a straightening razor. he was shot twice during a confrontation, according to police. >> a fullnvestigation is under way into the deadly crash of a small plane in southern calilifornia. two people were killed when the planane went dn whilile attempng to take off. about 17 miles northeast of a. among those who died were a famous aerobatics pilot named mike mangold, also a commercial pilot for american airlines.
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place remains closed. it was a real mess at a hotel near new haven, connecticut after a car was driven straight into the lobby. the man behind the wheel was a guest at the hotel who fell an asleep while driving. and ended u up smashi right through the front doors. no one was hurt and the driver is facing multiple charges. incredible scene therere. coffee addicts in some seattle neighborhoods can now get thei starbucks fix without leaving home e company's teamed up with a third party delilivery serce for the pilot program. customers can place their order right from their smartphes and it shows up on their doorstep a little while later, but richard, there's one big buzz kill. the delivery fee 6 bucks and that doesn't even include tip. >> okay. >> would you do this? >> that's for all those people who can't be bothered to walk the 20 meters to their nearest starcks. so you're up in the very early morning with us. maybe you're hungry. how about some mcdonald' sounds good, right? >> that's exactly what i was
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>> thanks. >> what if your meal was to say, aged to perfection? sort of like this mickey d's berger and fries that's now 6 years old. this is 6 years old. you might notice it doesn't seem to have completelyecomposed. >> so this is a berger and fries from 2009, and they've been displayed at a hotel in iceland's capital reykjavik ever since. that's where they've been. why does someone need to see a preserved mcdonald's when you can see the thing anyway? i used to work at mcdonald's. >> no, stop. >> my first job. >> really? >> yeah. >> in england? >> the first love of my life dumped m me at theounter. like she came to get some food. i serveder. she said, between orderering the fries and the milkshake, she said it's not working out. took the food and left. >> she took the food and left. >> i went and sat on a box of gherkins and cried my eyes out. >> what's gherkins? >> pickl.
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well, thanks for exposing america to gherkins. >> and my inner emotions. >> well, coming up in "the skinny," what carole king, george lucas and usher have in common. it's a pretty big deal. >> also ahead, real life terror for simon cowell. what police are saying about the ordeal at the music mogul's home. >> solving an age old deep sea mystery d the billioions of dollars worth of treasure recovered. right after today's forecast map. look at the map. 75 in orlando. >> that'quite good. >> you're watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" weather, brought to you by gain. weather,r, brought to you by gain. ever since darryl's wife started usining gain fngs, their laundry smells more amazing than ever.. (sniff) uh honey, isn't that the dog's towel? (dog noise)
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here you see it, severe flooding going on right now in the northeast of england. nearly eight inches of rain cameme down in some areas flooding roads and fields. the british army even helped evacuate more than a thousand people from their homes. landslides in some remote regions closed roads, as well. >> that's a truly devastating thing. across the pond, the brash blunt and often ru judge on merican idol" and "britain's got talent" has been upstaged by some rather talented thieves. >> burglars burst into the london home of simon cowell while he and his family were sleeping. abc's jennifer eccleston has the story from london. >> reporter: simon cowell shook off the trauma of a brazen home invasion. >> very appropriate. the night after i get burgled. >> reporter: thieves broke into his london mansion early friday morning, stealing jewelry d cash reportedly worth hundreds
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the millionaire media mogul and his girlfriend laura silverman were asleep and so was their baby boy eric seen here in a sweet tweet from the dad last month at the home. happiness is a day off work, it reads. happier still if you're safe in your own home. abc news has learned that a guard has been removed from the well residence and the neighborhood watchman who gave chase to the suspect and fought with him retrieving some of the loot can expect a very nice chstmas present. cowell is no stranger to the good life. on his youtube channel, a sneak peek at his luxurious multimillion dollar home but that inside look may have provided a road map for the criminals who managed a clean get away. >> providing a huge amount of information that someone that might want to burgle it. it is not wise and i wouldn't advise it for celebrities. >> it's one of the most betiful and exclusive neighborhoods in all of london full of plenty of celebrities with ample private security. it's not known how the criminals entered the house, how long they
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targeted. if so, it's not the first time. a female stalker armed with a brick smashed a window and made her way into the mansion in 2012. simon cowell is said to be rattled but hugely relieved his family is safe, especially his young son. jennifer eccleston, abc news, london. >> amazing thing. the estimated value of the jewelry stolen is $754,000. >> whoa. that's a lot. i'm so glad his son and wife are okay. remarkable. and when we come back, love in the ballroom. a "danci with the stars" pro pops the question. >> and last night's show of defiance, as well in paris. "the skinny" is next. >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. from our abc stations. kids is hispanic. that means many of the future doctors who will care for us, the engineers who will build our cities,
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it's a kennedy center tradition thhonorees sit with the prpresident d the first lady. >> last night president obama was late for his primetime address to the nation. so mrs. obama started without him. that show, looks like a good show. it will be broadcast on cbs on december 29th. >> so glad the president made it eventually. overseas a show of defiance in the city of light. >> u2 paid tribute to the spirit of the city of paris last ght where they performed for the first time since their canceleled concert in the aftermath of the terror attacks. >> tonight, we are all parisians. >> and last night's special guest rumored to be the eagles of death metal actually t turned out to be pattimith who closed out the 27-song concert with her 1988 song "people have the power."
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tuned inin to watca different kind of concert. >> what a legend. frank sinatra who would have turned 100 years old this year was honored with a special sinatra 100, an all-star grammy concert on cbs. >> the show was described as an amazing journey through some legends of the greatest music performed by some of today's biggest stars. come fly withth me, let fly down to peru that's life. i'll tell you, i can't deny it i thought of quitting but my heart just won't buy it up to you, new york, new
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new york >> oh. incredible. the all-star lineup of grammy winners included lady gaga, garth brooks, tony bennett, usher, alicia keyes and john legend. >> the two-hour special was s made in partnership with the sinatra family. >> i hope they put out a cd of that night. i'd buy that on itunes. >> of course they're going to do that. they wouldn't miss an opportunity like that. and finally some congratulations are in order. "dancing with the stars" pros max chmerkovskiy, peta murgatroyd are now engaged. >> max and peta. max popped the question on the stage over the weekend and an audience member caught it on camera. audio was hard to hear but he said "i'm in love with you and i will be in love with you for the rest of my life." of course, she said yes. >> our congratulations to them and congratulations, as well to
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under the sea, under the sea darling it's better down where it's wetter take it from me >> do your kids watch "the little mermaid"? >> of course. >> my favorite songs. located under the sea after more than 300 seas is being called the holy grail of ship wrecks. >> the wreck of a spanish galleon named the san jo. it's set to reignite an international dispute over the treasure. here's abc's neal karlinksky. >> reporter: in these first images from the ocean floor, you can clearly see vases, cannons, and what looks like coins. so much gold, colombia's
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as the discovery. "it is one of the biggest findings and identification of underwater heritage in the history of humanity," he says. the spanish galleon, the san jose, sank on june 8th, 1708, in the caribbean off the coast of cartagena, colombia. the triple decked ship w 150 feet long and armed with 64 guns. estimates of the treasure on board, believed to include emeralds, gold and coins like this one shown on the facebook page for sea search armada, and silver vary widely. from an astonishing $4 billion to a as much a$17 billion. "it is a job of many years with many people," says a member of the team. "a huge triumph." dive teams have kept the exact location of the galleon secret, for obvious reasons. it was found in 1,000 feet of water during what was very much
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what is thought to be one of the world's most valuable ship wrecks is a secret no more. neal karlinsky, abc news, los angeles. >> well, that was interesting. now, i tweeted out earlier this morning. >> you did? >> that we have a mystery co-host who's going to be here for the next couple weeks. and he's british. some people thought it was mick jagger. >> look at the tweets there. >> paul mccartney. and then another person finally found out who it was and said wow, he's extremely attractive, enjoying the news tonight. >> that's very nice. people are saying paul mccaney, mick jagger, i fear we may have mismanaged this. i fear we may have raised expectations. >> hardly. >> n now just ybe paul mccartney is presenting the overnight news on abc. now that i -- who? richard who? >> someone else, matt campbell says, we also like the britt. kind of mamakes "wor news now" #downton newsy.
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>> i'll roll with that. i'll not argue with that. >>ore news after this. >> announcer: : this is c's "world news now," informing
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insomniacs for two decades. good morning. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm richard bacon. here are some of the top headlines we're following this morning on "world news now." reassuring the nation. president obama is vowing to overcome the threat of terrorism. he's cracking down on isis, calling for tougher travel screening and tighter gun control after the san bernardino rampage. ll coverage coming up shortly. the justice department is launching an investigation into the chicago policece departmt. the w probe follows the death of laquan mcdonald the teen who was shot 16 times by an officer. video of that shooting sparked days of protests. >> a well-known aerobatics pilot
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events was among the two killed in a small plane crash in southern california. the faa is investigating the crash which happened as the plane was attempting to take off. >> starbucks taking out a whole new level. it's rolling out a home delivery service in seattle, its headquarr city. convenient, yes. cheap, not so much. the delivery fee six bucks not countiting tippi. those are some of our top stories on this monday, december 7th. >> announcer: from abcews, this is "world news now." good morning. we begin this half hour with the latest phase in the war on terror. president obama saying we're facing an evolving threat. >> as the fbi digs into the background of the husband and wife who opened fire in san bernardino, president obama described them as having gone down the dark path of radicalization. >> the presidentnt also us his
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destroyed. with more, here's abc's elizabeth hur. >> this was an act of terrorism designed to kill innococent people. >> reporter: in a rare speech from the oval office, president obama called this husband and wife team responsible for killing 14 people in san bernardino radicals. who appear to have been inspired not t directedy isis. the fbi noon the trail of terror trying to determine who knew what and when. so far the couple's family telling abc news they never saw any warning signs. >> i feel like he had a double life. i feel like he was good at concealing everything from all of us. >> reporter: calling the threat from terrorism real, president obama says since the paris attacks military efforts to degrade and destroy isis are already under way overseas. but as more work needs to be done here at home. >> to begin with, congress should act to make sur noo one on a no fly list is able to buy a gun.
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screening for those who come to take a hard looking whether they've traveled to war zones. >> reporter: according to authorities the female killer in the san bernardino massacre, tashfeen malik, came to the u.s. on what's known as a fiancee visa, marrying syed farook two years agago. investigators are searching their cell phones and computers urgently hunting for answers. the president explained while it is imperative we stay vigilant and relentless, it's important to remember we cannot make decisions based on fear. reena and richard. >> elizabeth, getting back to the san bernardino investigation, have we learned much from the suspect's former next door neighbor who we knknow was questioned? >> unfortunately at this time, investigators are still waiting to talk to him because they haven'been able to. he checked himself into a mental hospital shortly after that shooting rampage and so what we know at this point is his name, enrique marquez. officials believe he bought the assault rifles used in the attack.
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figure why he bought them and how they ended up with the suspect. they say they're not calling him a suspect right now but at least at this point because again, they're still waiting to talk to him. >> we know the fbi taking the lead on this investigation. what do we know from investigators there right now? >> they say hundreds of fbi agents, local police and the sheriff's deputies are working around the clock on this case as you can imagine. we know they've conducted raids. they've removed several evidence items from several locations. and they're still talking to eyewitnesss but whatever they gathered and whatever they learned this weekend, we will learn lar today. there's a press conference scheduled for noontime l.a. time. officials will give us an update at that point. hopefully, we'll learn more. >> such a strange story, isn't it, in so many ways. >> just the fact that his own family didn't know that he led this double life. >> the more you try to understand it, the further you get away from understanding it. >> abc's elizabeth hur, thank
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>> the republican presidential candidates wasted no time pouncing on the president's address. donald trump tweeting, is that all there is? we need a new president fast. marco rubio saying nothing happened in the speech to ease fears adding that the president is completely overwhelmed by the terrorist threat. it is a hot political issue and it's your voice, your vote. abc's devin dwyeyer is coving it all. >> reporter: democratic front-runner hillary clinton says the u.s. fight against isis is fling short. >> we're not winning, but it's too soon to say that we are doing evething that we need to do. >> reporter: trump and clinton now in a statistical tie. facing off how to fight isis and talk about the terror threat. here's clinton on "this week." >> what's the problem with radical islam? >> the problem is, that sounds like we're d declaringar against a religion. >> radical islamic terrorism. take a look. you look at the names, you look at what's happened.
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>> reporter: while trump is open to racial ofiling to fight terror, clinton worried it could make the threat worse. >> that is a recruitining tool f isis and other radical jihadists who use this as a way of saying we're in a war against the west. >> reporter: both candidates want a more aggressive military campaign in iraq and syria. but when ted cruz suggested this -- >> we will carpet bomb themm into oh livon, clinton said it's not that easy. >> he's never had any responsibility for trying to figure out who the bad guys are and who innocent civilians are. >> reporter: as for boots on the ground, trump said he's open to deploying american combat forces to syria. meanwhile clinton said she wants more u.s. special forces for syria above the 50 president obama has already approved. devin dwyer, abc news, washington. new details in the police shooting of a suspect over the weekend on a miami beach street. the killing of david winesett
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captptured on ll phone video. police say he just escaped from a prison halfway house and tried to r a bank. he then ran into the barber shop, grabbed a straight edge razor. during a confrontation, he was shot twice. we a are not swing the moment he was shot. investigators will be looking at the video and determining whether the shooting was justified. >> a police officer on the street literally has a fraction of a second to make the determination whether deadly force is warranted. >> winesett's convictions date back to the '80s and include possession of marijuana, passing bad checks and robbing banks. unexpected news from former president jimmy carter. he is cancer-free. carter made the announcement to the sunday school class that he teaches in his hometown of plains, georgia. back in august, as you might remember, carter said the doctors had d found fo melanoma lesions on his brain. he's undergone radiation and drug trements since then and now he says the latest mri found no sign of cancer.
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the web buzzing this morning about the possibility of a new smaller iphone. reports are the new device may be released early next year. it's believed it may combine the size of an iphone 5 with a four-inch screen and metal body with the power of an iphone 6 s. apple as usual is being mostly tight-lipped about its plans. i just want to know, are they keepinthe same darn charger and will the battery life be better? >> i met jonathan last week, the designer of the iphone. the most excitement. to me that's like meeting jimi hendrix. one of the most excitingoments of my life. >> your friend could be watching right now. >> i think "friend" is pushing it. i'm happy to imply that. >>the indianolis colts could have used the new iphoneas well, to call for reinforcements last night against the steelers. pittsburgh's high-powered offense lived up to the billing. quarterback ben roethlisberger threw four touchdown passes, two of them to receiver antonio brown. >> this blowout will be
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celebration after a seven-yard punt returned for a touchdown. brown splitting his legs and jumping onto the padding of the goal. richard, has anybody in english soccer ever used their crotch in celebration of scoring a goal? >> no, because english soccer is not as exciting as that. it's not as theatrical as t that. >> oh, there's jack, jackho is a big sports buff. >> see what's going on. >> and clearly a big notre dame and steelers fan. >> i thought that was footage from the stadium. it only dawned on me it's footage from just there. >> it's our crew. >> i like that. >> we need more crew in the show. coming up, sightings of an elusive creature. the surrender cobra spotted on college campuses. we wl explain. >> also ahead, thieves helping themselves to your special holiday deliveries. a scene repeated over and over. see who is fighting back. >> later, throwing a fun holiday
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for your free information kit. >> jews worldwide marked the start of hanukkah with celebrations of the traditional candlelightingeremony of berlin. a giant men nor rare stands. government leaders joined a rabbi in a crane that lifted them to the top to light that first candle. in israel, prime minister benjamin netanyahu marked the holiday at a lighting ceremony at the western wall in jerusalem. across that country, colorful
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treat are flying off the bakery shelves. hanukkah celebrations last for eight days. >> we should find there's got to be a bakery in new york. plenty that make them this time of year or we'll go to dunkin' donuts. have you had a dunkin' donut? >> never. better deliver. i'm now excited. >> here at home as we pu the christmas decorations out of the of the woodwork are those holiday grinches. >> those package thieves sneak up on doorsteps to steal our holiday cheer are facing hi-tech crime busting tools. abc's phillip mena explains. >> reporr: 'tis the season, package deliveries at an all-time high ahead of the holiday season. this year alone, all the m major delivery services expepect more than a 10% increase in packages to be sent from st year between thanksgiving and new year's eve. the u.s. postal service expects
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millllion packes as does u.p.s.. and fedex says it will ship a record 317 million during the height of the hoholiday seon but it's also primetime e fo thievery. burglars snatching packages more brazenly than ever before. >> these criminals will follow the trucks, watch them deliver the package and then witn a certain amount o time, they'll go up to the house, see if anybody's home and if nobody's home, they take the package and leave. >> reporter: watch as this guy walks up to the front porch and picks up a package. this thief rides his bike up to random mailboxes. here a woman is seen snatching a package delivered only ten minutes earlier. and this robber pulls into the drdriveway srtly after a package delivery. takes it, then boldly doubles back and takes a few oranges for the road. now, amazon and wal-mart are trying to help combat the problem teaming up with police to stop these rch pirates using bait boxes. they look like your average package inside an expensive item
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that remains dormant till the package is moved. then the police start tracking it. >> we'll follow these people who -- to wherever they're going to be going and hopefefly find some more products they may have stolen. >>eporter: the homeowner wasn't able to catch the thief in the act but could help convict them at a later dadate. phillip mena, abc news, new york. >> coming up, surrender cobra. >> announcer: "world news now"
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you'll find yourself doing it when your team loses in a gut wrenching fashion. our friends at espn explain. >> reporter: it's a creature with the most peculiar of characteristics. >> auburn's going to win the football game. >> reporter: most commonly emerging on saturdays in the fall. >> do you believe it?? at ththe concluon of every preposterously painful, brutally gut wrenching, impossible to believe loss. >> can you believe what you just saw? >> reporter: it's known in the wild and in captivity. >> you've got to be kidding me. and he scores, as the surrender cobra. that universal expression of
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one of the world's most feared and poisonous animals in apparent yes, surrender to the whims of the sports gods. and while it may have a proper definition, what we seek today is an explanation. >> they're probably anxious. they're probably concerned. and it's a a way of otecting themselves from the public, but it's subconscious. they don't even know they're doing it. most of the people with their hands on their head are expressive personalities. when we use the hands together, we're using an the whole brain. the front is the mental area. his hands are very, very solid on his frontal area of his brain. so we're talking about he's getting the whole picture, his thoughts, they're racing. >> reporter: it was on the third saturday of october when this particular cobra appeared in ann
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on the last play of the game. unbelievable! >> i don't think i moved for a minute or two after the game was over. every michigan fan has told me i felt the exact same way that you did. it'sust that you happened to get caught on camera. >> reporter: of course, getting caught on camera has its benefits like attention from some young coeds, right, chris? >> at least for pictures. i've been hoping i would be able to turn it into something else, but at least i break the barrier in talking to people in the first place. so it's a start. >> reporter: however, there are frustrations of viral fame, as well. >> a company in ohio has made a shirt. you've made probably more moy off of this shirt that features me than anything you guys have ever de. so i mean, come on. help a college student out a little bit. you know?
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>> reporter:omewhere in america, in the aftermath of the next excruciating time in a game -- >> do you believe it? >> reporter: the next cobra to emerge is lurking. >> i love that. >> that guy does the cobra particularly well. there he is. you are my whole life!
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>> how are you? >> i invited designer francesco over to help me create holiday magic using housusehold its. >> ready to get some christmas afting going? >> let's go. >> tip number one, shop your home. >> candles, grab them. cotton balls and printer paper. >> tip two, recycle. >> these will end upeing something fabulous. >> watch as these paper towel tubes become nkin rings. >> you want to take some ribbon. >> wrap it around. >> before you know it -- staple. >> oh. >> there we go. >> time to use that printer paper to create a winter wonderland. >> we're going to do snowballs snowflakes, some festive party fans and create a whole center scape for this table. >> okay. >> and finally, tip number three, it doesn't matter what you have. it matters what you do with it. like this three tiered dessert tray created using plates and
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>> we're going to do magic with this. we're going to make it with this. double stick tape. layer and build up. >> this is so cool. >> isn't this cool? or these candle stands. >> easasy one, t, three. >> cheers. >> paula faris, abc news, new york. that looked rubbish. that little tray thing looked rubbish. the lesson of that is spend the money. >> buy the expensive stuff. >> have you picked out your tree yet? >> well, i have a -- whoa. $175? are you kidding? i have the one from target for $20.99. >> did you really get it from target? >> it's plastic from target. >> when do you put it up? >>hanksgiving day. >> a, that's still too early. b, i guess it has to be fake because otherwise it will die by christmas day. >> you're right. we said. >> don't make that tray thing, all right? that's the news this half hour.
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wnnfans.com. this this morning on "world news now," speaking out against terrorism. >> president obama makes a rare primetime speech from the only office asking for help from congress in fighting terrorism after that deadly attack in california. intense investigation. fbi agents in a race against time trying to find out how isis was connected to the california couple who opened fire in san bernardino. full coverage ahead. beating cancer, jimmy carter's recovery. the big news shared in church and the bigger news shared by daughters. how the former president's remarkable treatment could help others.
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called a holiday tree? one woman quit her job over the dispute. the war of words in this season of good cheer. it's monday, december 7th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." electrifying me here, folks. good morning on this monday. a bit of a british invasion here. >> hi. great to be here. >> richard bacon. >> that is really my name. it sounds like ridiculous. it's actually my name. >> it's wonderful to have you. you had a radio show in london. >> yes. >> is it fair to describe you as the ryan seacrest of england? will you take that? >> i'll take that. i mean, i don't suppose anyone has described ryan seacrest as being the richard bacon of america. i don't think it works the other way around. but i'll take it because it implies i'm a lot more successful than i am. >> you are quite successful. more with you and a bigger introduction later. we're going to begin with president obama vowi to destroy isis after declaring the san bernardino attack was an act
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>> the president delivered a rare primetime address from the ov office calling on congress to formally declare war on the islamic state and tighten gun control loss. -- gun control laws. >> the president said the shooter syed farook and his wife tashfeen malik, had gone down what he called the dark path of radicalization. our coverage begins with abc's elizabeth hur. >> this was an act of terrorism designed to kill innoct people. >> reporter: in a rare speech from the oval office, president obama called this husband and wife team responsible for killing 14 people in san bernarno radicals who appear to have been inspired not directed by isis. the fbi now on the trail of terror trying to determine who knew what and when. so far, the couple's family telling abc news they never saw any warning signs. >> i feel like he had a double life. i feel like he was very good at an concealing everything from all of us. >> reporter: meanwhile calling the threat from terrorism
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efforts to degrade and destroy isis are already under way overseas but as more work needs to be done here at home. >> to begin with, congress should act to make sure no one on a no fly list is able to guy a gun. we should put in place stronger screening for those who come to america without a visa so that we can take a hard look whether they've traveled to war zones. >> reporter: according to authorities the female killer in the massacre tashfeen malik cacame to the u.s. on what's known as a fiancee visa, marrying farook two years ago. investigators are now searching their cell phones and computers urgently hunting for answers. and republican presidential candidates are already weighing in. ohio governor john kasich says the president's strategy is not engh and gop front-runner donald trump tweeted we need a new president fast. >> the president wants congrs to make sure no one on the list
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wants congress toe have stronger screening for travelers and continued use of military force against isil. do you think that he can expect t that cooperation? ripe -- >> reporter: the short answer, not looking good. remember, were talking about a i should note of the three that you mentioned, we could see some movement in that call for stronger screenining for travelers. the house is actually set to vote on a billdding more visa waiver program. again, that vote set to take place this week. whether it passes or not, that's a whole other sty, but at least it's coming up for a vote. >> he's got a big event at the white house with congress today. should be interesting. elizabeth huhur, thankou so much. investigators have searched the home of a former neighbor suspected of supplying the shooters with high-powered rifles used in the massae. the fbi scrambling to find out how the terror plot origininated. more from abc's pierre thomas.
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the globe are in a race against time to uncover exactly what and who was behind the massacre in san bernardino. fbi officials are searching computers and cell phones associated with the killer couple in a desperate attempt to see ifif they we radicalized or directed by isis or other terrorists. the female killer allegedly swore allegiance to the leader of isis on facebook on the day of the assault. >> the most important part of this investigation right now is, are they lone players, the two of them, or are they connected to other people? >> reporter: but if this couple was truly inspired by isis, it marks a dangerous evolution in the u.s. terror threat. the fbi directoror has bee warning for months about an unprecedented social media campaign by isis encouraging potentially thousands of followers in the u.s. to attack. >> is as if a devil sits on one's shoulder all day long saying kill, kill, kill. >> reporter: the social media marketing polished, not just violent, appealing to the young.
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campaign is working. in the last two years alone,he fbi has identified or arrested nearly 90 suspected isis supporters from inside the united states. average age, only 25. at least 20 teenagers. 13 females. and 15 of those arrested accused of trying to launch murderous plothere at home. thnation narrowly averted the first isis-inspired massacre in may when two men armed with assault rifles tri to attack a tes cartoon conference about the prophet mohammed. and now this young suburban couple who left behind a 6-month-old baby and went on a vicious llinspree. law enforcement is struggling to cope with the new isis social media threat which has found a young, captive audience, that can sike without warning. pierre thomas, abc news, washington. . >>an isis affiliate claimed responsibility for a deadly attack in yemen. a huge explosion killed the
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six guards were also kililled. if the claim proves true, it would be one of the highest profile terror attacks in yemen. in london, police are investigating an attack at an underground subway station as a terrorist incident. the knife-wielding suspect slashed two people reportedly cry, "this is for syria." this morning he's behind bars charged with attempted murder. ababc's jenner eccleston has the story. >> reporter: cell phone video captures a terrifying scene. >> tase him, tase hihim, tase m, tase him. >> reporter: a man with a knife lunging at police at a london subway station after a allegedly stabbing two people. >> it's a risk. life is a risk here. >> reporter: police subduing him with a taser. both survive but scotland yard is calling the attack a "terrorist incident."
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london. >> might be self-start er terrorists, no connection anywhere, just self-radicalized from material on the internet. >> reporter: media reports say the man shouted, "this is for syria." one witness on the scene shouting this -- >> you're no muslim, bruv. you ain't no muslim. >> reporter: the attack comes at time of high alert after a string of terror arrests and just days after parliament voted to launch air strikes against isis in syria. opponents had feared that move could trigger lone wolf attacks across the homeland. police are urging people to remain calm but alert and vigilant. calling the threat of terrorism here severe. jennifer eccleston, abnews, london. major new developments in the chicago police shooting ofofof a k teen that has sparked nationwide outrage. justice department is now launching an investigation into
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the department. this follows the release of a video showing laquan mcdonald being shot 16 times by a white officer. and mayoyor rahm enuel announced late last night the head of the independent policece authori has been resigned replaced by a formerederal prosecutor. the faa is looking into the deadly crash of a all plane in southern california. two people were killed when the plane went down while attempting to take off about 70 mil northeast of l.a. among those who died were a famous aerobatics pilot named mike mangold, also a commercial pilot for american airlines. the airport where the crash took place remains closed. the six astronauts on board the international space station are awaiting a special delivery launched yesterday from florida and it will arrive at the space ation on wednesday morning. there's more than 7,000 pounds of cargo on board including food, clothes, science experiments, even christmas it's the first delivery to the space station that took off from
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i wonder what the christmas gifts were. >> i don't know. how exciting. now the big question we're sure you're asking -- who is richard bacon? >> i'm not asking that question. i have done my reading. i am a british broadcaster as you mentioned earlier, i hosted a daily current affairs show for the bbc. i've had a crier -- a career that's taken to children's tele, few entertainment shows, as well. tonight, do you know what i did tonight? i went to the broadway premier -- premiere of "school of rock." >> h how was i >> sensational. so that's it. that's what i watched like two hours ago. it's written by the guy that wrote "downton abbbby." the music by andrew lloyd webber. i went in thinking those older guys would ruin it. it wasn't. it was thrilling. exhilarating and exciting. only go -- here's what i would caution.
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you're a fan of joy. >> of joy? only go if you're a fan of joy. >> interesting. away from. >> somebody from "downton abbey." >> less interest -- a fellow brit. but three seats away, barbara walters. >> oh, my goodness. look. >> there is a photo i lieve we faked. because this is where i dropped the ball. this is why i'm not as good a urnalist as barbara or any of you. as i left the theater, i thought why didn't i get a selfie, have a photo with her we e could us i think we're e in the bbara walters building. >> abc's everyrywhere. >> we got it for you. welcome to abc. we're glad to have you here a couple weeks now. >> thrilled to be here. well, coming up in the mix, christmas lights dove step style. plus, the new details about jimmy carter's battle with brain cancer. his surprising announcement over the weekend. our medical editor is here in the studio to break it down. what some see as a growing war on christmas.
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nouncement in a a georgia urch where he teams sunday school. in august he started treatment for melanoma that spread from his liver to his brain. with us with more is abc's medical editor dan childs. thank you so much for being here. >> thank you. >> what do we know about president carter? is he really in remission? >> this is very good news. the fact that it looks like this treatment is helping him. however, doctors wouldn't use the word remission yet. usually someone needs to be as he says cancer-free for a very long time before doctors could conclude hey, maybe we've been this back. maybe we've really eliminated cancer from his system. so there's a long ways to go before we get there. again, this is good news. >> dan, it's been referred to as an experimental drug. it's been approved by the fda, for example. >> that is correct. in 2014, it was approved more melanoma and certain types of lung canr. they're studying it for other types of cancer. there's a possibility maybe in the future it could be used for any number of cancers.
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doctors have against canr. >> if you're watching this and you know someone who's got a similar conditition, is is a time to be excited? should you be excited by this news, or would you caution agnst that? >> richard, it's both things. you really would take some hope in this because it shows that there is a drug here that could be better than what has been available before. but you also need to know that here we havehis drug that's being used in very late stage cancer patients. sure, it might work for one person. it may not work quite, as well for another person. there'e's study at needs to happen but it is something that's hopeful. and it's something that doctors are keeping their fingers crossed on. >> andnd you kno dan, the thing about president carter, he is so determined. he's always been positive and ith is a huge part of his life. are there any medical studies about the influence of positive attitude and faith-based approacho your diagnosis that makes a difference?
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they're very inconclusive.e. we don't know, for example, whether having strong faith or a very positive outlook affects your cancer in any sort of direct way. what we do know is that people who respond to theseorts sf situations possibly tend to have better outcomes. if you have a good outlook, it may help you in other aspects of your life that also contribute to how well you fight off this cancer. so it's certainly not a bad thing. >> he has a good outlook. >> such a positive person. >> he's got one of the best out of offe careers of any president. >> you're right. i think he even admitted it that he felt that his career after leaving office wasrobably -- >> was better than the one in the office. >> yeah, yeah, yeah. thank you very much. abc's medical editor dan childs. thanks for joining us this morning, dan. >> thank you. coming up in our next half hour, the brazen burglary in london. robbers bursting into simon cowell's home while they were
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first, many christians are gearing up for a fight against what they say is a growing political correctness waging a war on their holiday. you are watching "world news now." >> announcer: "world news now" continues after this from our abc stations. >> announcer: "world news now"
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abc stations. with the holiday season now into full swing, so is what's become another annual tradition, the so-called war on chrhristmas. >> it's pretty much a battle over political correctness. abc's mara schiavocampo has more. >> three, two, one. >> reporter: a debate over christmas traditions leaving many saying bah humbug. or, in the case of one city councilwoman, "i quit." >> at this time e in our cntry and in ourur world, 's important to be inclusive. >> reporter: new jersey's charlene storey resigning this week after the city council voted to change the name of the "holiday treree lighti ceremony"
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ceremony." >> it's not a holiday tree, it's not a pear tree, it's a christmas tree. >> reporter: that city councilwoman later reconsidered, deciding to stay on. but all across the country, christmas controversies are lighting up like trees. from the campaign trail -- >> if i become president, we're all gonna be saying merry chstmas again. that i can tell you. >> reporter: to campus. some university of tennessee-knoxville students upset with a university memo urging inclusion, saying, "ensure your holiday party is not a christmas party in disguise." >> it's my god-given right to be able to have a christmas party. >> reporter: to coffee shops. starbucks stirring ire by removing christmas symbols from their holiday y cups. >> yes, they got rid o of the christian religious symbols like snowflakes and snowmen. >> reporter: still, some say there is something we can all agree on. >> the holidays are the holidays.
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good. >> reporter: mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. so is there war on christmas in england? >> this comes up in the uk a lot. basically, it's as regular as christmas. it usually turns out there is no war onon christm. >> "the mix" up next. war on christmas. >> "the mix" up next. approaching medicare eligibility? you may think you can put off checking out your medicare options until you're sixty-fifive, bubut now is good time to get the ball rolling. keep in mind, medicare only covers about eighty percent of part b medical costs. the rest is up to you. that's where aarp medicare supplement insurance plans insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company come in. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, they could help pay some of what medicare doesn't,
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well to songs. >> right. there's adele with her famous song, you know this one, "hello." it's so popular. it's almost too famous. i want to introduce you to batchly, a 2-year-old girl who can slay adele's impression. >> good n't it? it's really good. >> how is this possible? she's only 2. >> i did watch it through earlier. it's become a big hit on social media. she does appear to understand the lyrics and she is onlyly 2. >> she goes on and mimesore words in the song. >> she gets the cadence and rhythm and when to open her mouth. >> that would be a great -- >> you're right. but wrong network, my friend. i'm booking for oushow. . >>immy kimmel's show is way bett. way better. let's also -- let me show yoyou -- we're going to look at this house. aren't we going to decorate for christmas? >> this is a house which is here in the united states of america. and this guy, look. you get a sense of it here. it's dubbed music. it's just so exciting. do you like that? >> i love christmas lights. i love taking my kids in the car and showing them. this is pretty remarkable though.
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making news in america this morning -- protecting the homeland. president obama a addressi the the nation on terror, and the deadly shootings in san bernardino. >> this was an act of terrorism. designed to kill innocent people. >> the president laying out his plans to keep americans safe at home and abroad. we're live in washington. inside the terror attack. new details about the shooting in san bernardino, from witnesses in the conference room, ducking for cover. as the suspect burst through the door. plus, the investigation now shifting to a suspect' neighbor. surprise message. former president jimmy carter
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about his health. and caught on camera. a view of a plane crash rarely seen. passenengers filng from inside. good morning, everyone. i'm reena ninan. >> i'm richard bacon. we bin with reassurance from the president, vowing to overcome the evolving terror threat facing the nation. nati last night. attack as an act of terrorism. >> he said the husband and wife shooters had gone down the dark path of radicalization. he laid out a strategy to defeat our coverage begins with lana zak in washington. good morning, lana. >> reporter: good morning, reena there were not big surprises in the president't's speech he had discussed many of these proposals previously. aides say these remarks and their toneere important to
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speech throughout the weekend. >> the threat from terrorism is real. but we will overcome it. we'll destroy isil and any other organization that tries to harm us. our success won't depend on tough talk or abandoning our values. or giving in to fear. >> reporter: in a rare primetime oval office address, presidentnt obama spoke directly to the american public. >> as commander in chief, , i have no greater responsibility than the secucurity of e american people. >> reporter: the president outlined his approach to fight terroriss new face. calling on congress to vote to thorize the continued use of military force against isis. >> i think it's time for congress to vo to demonstrate that the american people are united and committed to this fight. >> reporter: he urged legislation that would prevent anyone on the terror watch list from easily buying a gun. and ordered a review of ththe visa program that allowed the female killer in the san bernardino shooting to enter the united states. republican presidential candidates wasted no time responding to the president's speech.
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>> nothing that happened in the speech tonight is going to assuage people's fears. >> reporter: and immediately after the spspeech, dold trump tweeted, is that all there is? we need a new president fast. in his remarks, the president seemed to anticipate t that response. >> even in this political season, let's not forget that freedom is more powerful than fear. >> reporter: and the president addressed muslims directly, enlisting their support in trying to help fight back against radicalization. and called on all americans to reject discrimination. reena? richard? >> lana, the president relayed three things he wants from lawmakers. congress to make sure no one on the no-fly list is able to buy a gun. he wants congress to have stronger screening for travelers without visas. and he wants continued use of military force against isis. do you think he can expect cooperation from congress? >> reporter: if the initial
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with congress. that very legislation about trying to stop terrorists from allowing anybody on the terrorist watch list to purchase a gun actually failed in the senate just a few days ago. of those three things, the one most likely to get bipartisan support is probably tougher screenings for anyone wanting to come to the united states. reena? richard? >> okay, lana zak, live in washington. thank you so much, lana. >> thankou. san bernardino public health employees are retuturning toork this morning for the first time since their colleagues were killed in the shooting rampage. >> several who made it out alive are theirininghe horror that they witnessed. one person saying, the shooters burst into the room from the left. blowing out windows. at least one survivor escaped by jumping through the shattered glas in this morning's "usa today" the widow of nicholas thalasinos ys her husband and farook were
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right before the shooting. >> fbi agents around the globe are scrambling to find out just how the terror plot originated. >> over the weekend, investigators made two t trips to the home of farook's former neighbor and friend, accused of purchasing two of the murder weapons. herere's more om cecilia vega. >> repter: the investigation into that deadly shooting turning to a raid of the family home of enrique marquez. law enforcement saying he's farook's one-time friend and neighbor, suspected of supplying g him withhose two high-powered rifles used in the massacre. the fbi raiding the home. >> did he provide the guns to farook? >> reporter: authorities say there is no information that marquez played any role in the shooting that left 14 people dead. marquez now rereportedlyhecked himself into a mental health facility. this neighbor says she noticed a change in farook about a year r ag before he started to change, what was he like? what's the biggest differences?
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his beard. he was more withdrawn. he started growing more a beard. he started wearing his white things. you know, the long drape outfit, whatever it is. >> reporter: this new photo of farook as a baby, with his family. his sister and brother-in-law now saying they, too, are angry. angry for not knowing farook and his wife were living a double life. do you feel like you didn't know your brother? >> no, at this time, i feel like he had double life. i feel like he was very good at concealing everything from all of us. >> reporter: but his father telling an italian newaper his son was fascinated by isis, hated israel. and shared ideology of isis leader al baghdadi. cecilia vega, abc news, san bernardino, califofornia. a robbery at a mall 20 minutes from san bernardino brought out massive police response last night. video captured three masked thieves u using a sledge hammer to smash jewelry store cases at the mall in riverside.
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like gunshots. the army of police officers arrived on the scene, putting the mall on lockdown while the searched for the robbers. but they manag to slip away. in london, an apparent lone wolf terror attack on the subway. the suspect stabbed two people. witnesses say he shouted this is for syria. cell phone video, you can see there, captured it all. police brought him down with a taser. he's charged with attempted murder. british authorities are investigating the attack as a terrorist incident. there are several l major developments in the chicago police shooting of laquan mcdonald. video of that shooting sparked national outrage after it showed the teen being hit by 16 bullets. the justice departnt is launching an investigation into the patterns and practices of the police department. and mayor rahm emanuel said late last night that the head of the independent police r review authority has resigned. a somber anniversary today. 74 years since the japanese
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united states into world war ii. flags across the country are being flown at half staff in honor of the 2400 people killed back in 1941. ceremonies held in hawaii where the attack took place. and in washington, d.c., at the >> an amazing moment in history. today is the first day of hanukkah. the jewish holiday started at sundown last night. in washington, d.c., there was the ceremonial lighting of the national menorah on the nanational mall. one more candle is lit for every ght of the eight-day holiday, also known as the festival of lights. well, a big tribute for six remarkable honorees. the recipients of the 38th annual kennedy center honors. >> among therm, singer/songwriter carole king. filmmaker george lucas. actress and singer rita moreno and actress cicely tyson. >> the star-studded night was peppered with luminaries.
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>> and there we went. a special delivery for the six astronauts on the international space station. that rocket carrying more than 7,000 pounds o of cargo,ncluding food, experiments, and christmas presents. it will arrive at the space station on wednesday morning. >> talk about a special delivery. a well-known pilot has been killed in a crash in california. mike mangold was among two people kild when the high-performance jet they were on crashed. at the airport in apple valley. he was a famous acrobatics pilot and a commercial pilot for american airlines. in business news, u.s. investors are hoping that a year-end rally starts today. one expert is saying stocks will finish flat for the year. and a rate hike is more likely nexteek following g friday's positive job report and sharp ins on wall street. ovnight, stock futures were down slightly and overseas markets are mixed. and it's now three straight box office wins for "the hunger games: mockingjay part two."
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and drug therapy. carter made the announcement to the sunday school class he teaches in h hometown of plains, georgia. >> they didn't find any caer at all. so -- so i have good news. [ applause ] >> thank god. >> so a lot of people prayed for me. and i appreciate that. >> oh, lovely. doctors say it's too early to say that mr. carter is cured of cancer. but he continues to remain optimistic. an anxious wait for reality star kristin cavallari, wife of chicago bears quarterback jay cutler. her brother, michael, has been missing since the day after anksgiving. his abandoned car was found in a remote road off of utah. the engine running. the air bag deployed. his cell phohone and ltop inside. michael was traveling from colorado to illinois, where his sister lives. a little too much excitement for a group of thrillseekers in
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from a small plane when the engine failed. someone's helmet cam was rolling, as you can see. the plane hit the mud and flipped over nose-first. fortunately, they all walked away with only minor injuries. they credit the pilot with doing a terrific job. time now for some sports. five weeks from tonight, the national championship of college football will be crowned. before that, theational semifinals, number one clemson will take on number four oklahoma in the orange bowl. >> and alabama will face michigan state in the cotton bowl. both those games are new year's eve. oklahoma and alabama open as favorites. now, highlights from pro football and basketball. >> who else to get those from besides our ys over at espn. good morning, america. john buccigross, john anderson with you on this monday. and, se people in the sports world are perfect. >> steph curry and the warriors. are perfect. for now. but now's been a long time. 21 games. how about 22?
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nets. steph curry, he's really good with the nets. led by 17 in the first half. down by 5 in the third. and then steph curry went off for 16 points in the third. they won, 114-98. they're 22-0. panthers also perfect. steph curry spent a lot of his childhood in carolina. he's a panther fan. talks about them a lot on the twitter. cam newton, jerricho cotchery. go to the veteran. nice. he snares that. and the panthers improve to 12-0. they clinch the nfc south. >> all rit. here we got the eagles and the patriots. not the super bowl kind. jujust the rular-season game. third quararter. tied at 14-14. tom brady in the red zone. throwsws it. tried to get to it amendola. tipped around. jenkins has got it. one man left to beat. tom brady. and he beats him. it was on this play that it became officiaial that t brady
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american. he's been replaced by steph curry, who is now the greatest living american. >> clemson also perfect. they're numberer one in e fina four college football ranking. >> good morning, america. not such a good morning in the nation. >> patriots, 10-2. >> thank you, guys. one more highlight from last night's nfl game in which the pittsburgh steelers destroyed the colts, 45-10. the most memorable moment. antonio brown's celebration afteter a lateunt returned for a touchdown. >> brown flipping his legs and quote using the goal post as a prop. that's what the ref said after calling a penalty. on brown for celebration. afterward, brown said he was just having fun. do they do that in english soccer? you never use your crotch to celebrate there? >> we don't. it's nothing as dramatic and theatrical as that. up next in "the pulse." 300 years old and containing billions of dollars in treasure. the amazing discovery. a thousand feet underwater. and mick fanning, the surfer
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competition. in south africa. he punched the shark -- this actually works. it's an amazinthing. hehe punchedhe shark in the face. >> i wouldn't wait around to try it. >> fanning was back in action yesterday. running into the water in hawaii to help rescue a fellow surfer. he was anghose whoho braved the rough waters toave the guy who was knocked unconscious after wiping out. the surfer was brought to a hospital and is listed in stable condition. >> are you a surfer? >> no. >> this is remarkable. >> this is putting me off. the very idea. >> of trying to do this. proof this morning that santa reaches all children. jolly old nick is here trying to talk to the little girl on his lap when he learns that she's deaf. he taps her on the arm and gets her attention. then proceeds to talk to her in sign language. >> look at santa and the little girl having a heart-to-heart conversation. reportedly about what she wants for christmas. it appears she got her message across. it's a moving, a touching scene, isn't it? >> who knew santa knows sign
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elevations in the northwest. sunny and pleasasant acros the nation's middle section. showers along the east coast. well, entertainment mogul and celebrity judge simon cowell is thanking his lucky stars and a neighborhood watchman for the return of a giant bag of loot that thieves had stolen from him. >> cowell remains shaken because the thieves invaded his home in the middle of the night. abc's jennifer ecclestonas the story from london. >> simon cowell! >> reporter: overnight, simon cowell shook off the trauma. of a brazen home invasion. >> if iot locked away -- >> very appropriate the night after i get burgled. >> reporter: thieves broke into his london mansion early fday morning, stealing jewelry and cash reportedly worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. the millionaire media mogul and his girlfriend, laura silverman were asleep. so was their baby boy, eric. seen here in a tweet from dad last month. at the family's home. happier still if you're safe in you're own home. abc news has learned that a guard has been removed from the cowell residence.
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who gave chase to the suspect and fought with him, retrieving some of e the loot, can expect a very nice christmas present. cowell is no stranger to the good life. on his youtube channel, a sneak peek at his luxurious, multimillion-dollar home. that may have provided a road map for the crcriminals o managed a clean getaway. >> providing a huge amount of information for someone that might want to burgle it. it is not wise. i wouldn't advise it for any celebrities. >> reporter: it's s one of t most beautiful and exclusive neighborhoods in all of london. it's not yet known how they entered the house, how long they stayed, or if he was deliberately targeted. he's said to be rattled but hugely relieved that his family is safe, especially his son. jennifer eccleston, abc news, london. >> so glad he's okay. fromom one brito another, welcome to you, richard. >> thanknk you so ch. >> i don't know how to explain to people. you had a radio show. >> i had a news radio show in the uk.
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>> i like that. it implies i'm a lot more successful than i am. i'll stick with it. >> richard p. bacon. i wonder how many peop will google that today. that's what's making news in america this morning. >> s making news in america this morning -- protecting the homeland. president obama addressing the the nation on terror, and the adly shootingsgs in san bernardino. >> this was an act of terrorism. designed to kill innocent people. >> the president laying out his plans toeep americans safe at home and abroad. we're live in washinington. inside the terror attack. new details about the shooting in san bernardino, from witnesses in the conference room, ducking for cover. as thehe suspecturst through the door. plus, the investigation now shifting to a suspect's neighbor. surprise message.
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