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president had a lapped said the victims were from 90 countries including a student from california. police carried out a raid in nearby belgium which turned up empty. he now the president wants to extend the state of emergency for the next 3 months. >> the president obama called it a setback in the fight against isis. he dismissed critics who called for more military action from the u.s. >> reporter: president obama reminded the world that the fight against isis is a long term campaign this is a fight unlike others. >> we use routine military tactics that are designed to fight a state that is attack another state that's not what's going on here.
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these are killers. >> reporter: in france president hall land told both houses of parliament we are at war with jihadists. an international manhunt is underway for the 26-year-old tryst. they tracked him to a house in belgium where they believed he was hiding, but not found inside. the neighborhoods has been plagued by radicalism and sent more jihadi fighters to syria and iraq than any other place in the europe. the same neighborhood that french authorities identified as the mastermind of the paris attacks. abub, his whereabouts are unknown. u.s. leaders are trying to figure out how to prercht attacks at -- prevent attacks at home. >> this was so sophisticated and well coordinated.
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>> reporter: the french air force responded by dropping bombs on racca in syria. moments of silence in europe and the united states to remember the victims of the attacks. belgium authorities questioned seven individuals related to the attacks, who were arrested in connection with the charges. >> signs of support have popped up across the u.s. after the deadly attacks in paris, that includes tributes in philadelphia. the action cam was on the boathouse row. lights on the schuylkill were lit up in red white and blue the color of the french flag and this yesterday afternoon, the philadelphia orchestra opened the concert by playing the french national anthem in honor of the victims and survivors in paris. stay with "action news" with continue updates as more information comes in from
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overseas. we have the latest information on the paris terror attacks at 6abc.com. >> back here, philadelphia police are trying to figure out how the bodies of two newborn babies ended up in a grassy lot in the kensington section. the discovery was made yesterday morning by two young children. david murphy -- david henry is live at the scene with more. >> reporter: philadelphia police do not believe that the bodies died saturday of foul play, but they and everyone who lives around here are horrified how they were dumped like trash in this alley. >> my heart is broken. the poor little things, it's terrible. >> reporter: police were called to the scene yesterday morning, the bodies were discovered saturday by a 9-year-old boy and his friend. he told lings -- his brother he
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thought they were dolls. his father called the police. the bodies were newborns, they were autopsy to determine a cause of death. how they ended up here is a mystery. they found right behind the used car lot. >> i was horrified i have three children of my own, three young children of my own to hear something like that i can't put it into words. >> police are looking for a black pick up truck that was seen in the alley on saturday before the bodies were found. neighbors set up a memorial to the newborns, people have been i illegally dumping trash in the alley for years, but this is heartbreaking. >> take them to a church or hospital. you know what i am, i don't want anybody to do that. >> police have been collecting surveillance video from the around the neighborhood including cameras across street
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whoever dumped the bodies will be facing abuse of corpse charges. live in kensington, david murphy channel 6 "action news." sarah? >> david, thank you. officials in south jersey confirmed two people found dead inside a vineland apartment died from a murder suicide. rosa cancella and perez were found dead. the relationship between the two is still unknown. in montgomery police are investigating a late-night shooting that happened on west rambo street in bridgeport. one person was found at the scene and air listed to the hospital. no word on their condition or whether a led up to the shooting. >> a crash jammed a stretch on the p-a turnpike. one car was on the concrete
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barrier in downingtown, chester county. chopper 6 hd was over the scene. another car and tractor-trailer was involved in the wreck in the westbound lane. we are awaiting on updates on possible injuries. traffic was moving after the wreckage was moved to the side. from our delaware newsroom, now, a state economic development panel is considering a request from banking giant jp morgan chase $9 million in grant funded by taxpayers. they want to use the money to upgrade their current facilities in delaware and expand operations in the first state. they plan to add 1800 jobs in delaware by 2019. >> turning to the forecast, a mild afternoon ahead to kick off your workweek. looking live outside, sky6 live hd a look at wilmington, delaware. highs today will top out in the mid to high 60s. expect cooler air come tomorrow we're looking ahead to rain. meteorologist david murphy live outside with more from accuweather.
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all right, sarah, i'm standings in the shade with nothing but a suit jacket on and feeling comfortable. how often can we say that in the second half of november. let's show you the satellite shot. there's barely anything moving in the picture. a little bit of cloud cover in hartford connecticut, we are under the sun today. lows this morning, 37 in allentown. 39 around sunrise in reading. 44 in philadelphia. a couple of 30s out toward lancaster and millville. things have turned around nicely, not only here, but many spots in the mid atlantic. 68 degrees in philadelphia. feeling good in the sun. 63 in new york city and 66 down the pike in washington. philadelphia probably adds another degree or two to those numbers before we get finished. 2:00 p.m., 68. the high of 69 will be around 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m., not much change.
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about 67 degrees, as the sun gets down past the horizon, the numbers drop. around 6:00 p.m. we'll be around 60 and in the upper 40s by 10:00 p.m. today's high, and the overnight low are well above average. we have a turn around in wind direction overnights that will bring in cooler air from the north. tomorrow a big change as you mentioned later on in the forecast there's a chance of soaking rain. i'll have more on that coming up in the seven-day forecast. >> coming up tonight on "action news" at 11:00 p.m. a simple test can give athletes a competitive edge. here's goring gore with a preview. >> reporter: -- here's ali gorman with a preview. >> reporter: it's something that theaters have been doing for years, sweat testing. a small sweat patch can reveal how much you sweat and the concentration, we try it out on two local athletes.
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i'll show you how it can help everyone who exercises and how you can test your sweat tonight on the "action news" at 11:00. >> she should have came here. >> i can't be you were overlooked. eagles head coach chip kelly has some explaining to do after the eagles gave up a double digit lead to miami. >> plus, james bond took the top spot at the box office for the second week in a row. it has made it one of the highest grossing so far this year. is
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complete your thanksgiving table at target. get a $10 gift card when you spend $50 on groceries. see store for coupon. ♪ come on-a my house >> a rare sight in california was caught on camera over the weekend. a tornado touched down outside of fresno. it's the first time in two decades they saw a tornado. several homes and buildings were damaged. nobody was seriously hurt. >> to politics now several
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presidential candidates are on their way through swing states. today senator ted cruz emphasized his plan for terrorism he is calling for the terror act that would eliminate citizen ship for anyone who joins isis. all candidates call for more involvement from the united states in american affairs. >> police took to the streets of trenton for a mock funeral dressed in governor christie mask they led empty caskets to the state house. 2011 law required the state to increase pension payments in change store benefits cuts. the governors office told us the system is broken and unaffordable without a massive
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tax increase. the governor is running for president. >> septa regional rail passengers are making a stop in montgomery county. congressman brendan boyle cut the ribbon on 89 station from lansdale. it's the first new station built in almost 20 years. >> it was a busy weekend for the nfc east that includes a tough loss for the eagles in philadelphia yesterday. >> it's up for grabs, it's caught. touchdown. that touchdown put them up by a point and the eagles never recovered. not only did they lose, they may be down a key player. sam bradford injured his shoulder and sustained a concussion. the giants suffered a
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last-minute loss on their home turf. a 50-yard field goal gave new england the win 27-26. the redskins were at home hosting the saints, the game was tied up in the second quarter until washington's 78-yard touchdown pass. the redskins beat the saints 47-13. the giants are still in first with the eagles and the redskins sit behind them. eagles head coach chip kelly is expected to speak to the media about yesterday's loss and the status of sam bradford. eagles host the bucks next sunday at the linc. >> james bonds continues to top the box office. spectre brought in
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$34.5 million. profits are nearing $55 million worldwide making spectre one of the ten highest grossing films of the year. the peanuts movie was in second and love the coopers debuted in third bringing $8.5 million over the past weekend. >> still ahead on "action news" a1:30, a mild forecast on this monday. >> looking live outside showing the peco building in center city. blue skies overhead. david murphy has accuweather when "action news" comes right back.
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>> david here with another check of accuweather. nice out there today. >> reporter: it is and getting nicer over the next 24 hours. double scan showing us we are high and dry. where did that come from? >> high and dry? my bachelor party. >> reporter: okay. [laughter]. >> reporter: we have plenty of
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sunshine out there, this is why i ask you guys these things so i can get these great answers. we have sunshine across the region. there's center city looking good, and tranquil, too. we have single digit winds. we have highlights to the forecast. nice and mild today. the next one, tomorrow will be cooler and later in the week we'll see rain. so let's get you to it. right now, not bad. 68 degrees in philadelphia. the disappoint down there at 33 -- the dewpoint down there at 33. the explanation as to why we don't have any clouds overhead. winds out of the west/northwest at 7 miles per hour. as we look at satellite, clouds running at us from the north and stopping in new york state there's a batch to the south and west of us, you can see how the clouds are eroding south of wash. dry air in place. 69 in philadelphia. well in the 60s in allentown
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and trenton and reading. close to 70 in millville. 61 in cape may. and some shorepoints next to the cool ocean water running in the 50s, a couple of spots might touch 70 degrees at least briefly this afternoon. nice for the second half of november. 69 degrees by 3:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m., 65. feeling good. the sun gets past the horizon a little farther you wind up to 57 degrees at 7:00. 59 at 9:00. the overnight low is 45 that's a chilly overnight, but similar to what we've been seeing overnight and above average for the low. what's happening overnight with temperatures. by the time cecily is on at 11:00 p.m. we'll be in the low 0 40s in spots. 5:00 a.m. we'll have cool numbers a couple of spots might go into the 30s. the difference comes tomorrow afternoon with an easterly flow
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out of the northeast instead of this nice westerly flow we tap into the you blue and we wind up in the 50s after the march into the 60s. tomorrow, 56 degrees and high pressure in control it was down to the south of us today. tomorrow, it's going to be farther to the north that will circulate out of the northeast that will cool us down. the warm front comes in on wednesday increasing the clouds. you'll have the numbers rise up and that is a precursor for next fluls with the storm system -- thursday with the storm system coming. in 69 degrees, cooler 56 tomorrow. dry and bright. increasing clouds on wednesday with the front and 63 is the high. we get into thursday and the low pressure and cold front portion of the system comes in. it's windy and rainy, 67 a nice high, it will be all rain, at times the periods of rain could be stealed to heavy and we get
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wet on thursday, friday we dry out and cooler, partly sunny, 60 the weekend great weather for football. >> with thanksgiving around the corner it's time to get cooking. if you're looking for inspiration there's a new exhibit at the national constitution center that explores what we eat and why. karen rogers has 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: it's a multimedia exhibition on lone from the national archive museum in washington. it's takes you on a journey that your food takes from farm to table. it's called what's cooking uncle sam. >> it's an exhibit of records that trails american's facination and obsession with food. >> reporter: it's starts on the farm. >> it explores the government's effect on the farm and what
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grows and how they grow it. >> reporter: the next stop the factory. >> we explore how the government got into regulating the ingredients. >> reporter: we learn how new transition guidelines were developed in the 1890s. >> it's fascinating to see how the nutrition has evolved in the last couple of hundred years. >> reporter: finally the kitchen table. >> that's when we learn how the school lunch program and military food affect our appetites. >> reporter: exhibit goers can see how world events and government regulations and research and economics shape what we put on our plates. >> some of it is surprising and revealing you gain some insight into how our government programs esolved the way that they did. >> reporter: what else cooking uncle system is at the national
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constitution center for hours and tickets go to constitution center.org or 6abc loves the arts to learn more about other area efforts. for 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers.
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>> coming up tonight on 6abc it's the semifinals of "dancing with the stars." tonight is first for the show. each couple will have to dance three times, one dance they have not leopard, a trio dance -- they have not learned a trio dance with an added partner and the stakeoff chances are high. "dancing with the stars" is at 8:00 p.m. followed by castle at 10:00 followed by "action news" at 11:00. >> meteorologist david murphy is doing the two step.
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>> reporter: i came back in and get to go outside in a couple of minutes. we have sunshine and light wind and temperatures in the 60s in the northern and western suburbs. we might touch 70 in philadelphia. we'll go 69 for now and watch the thermometer. down the shore it's cooler, but even in, bright sun glass weather and great for this time of year. >> finally at noon, a company in portland organ is -- oregon 0 using cross laminated timber that is stronger than regular timber. it's popular in england and canada. the husband of a his or her officer returns her glamour of
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the year award. people are calling him a hypocrite. >> people are looking what to wear and what to give. >> reporter: i'll stake any of that. >> that's going to do it for "action news" at noon, don't forget to join us later at 4:00, 5:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. for sarah bloomquist, david murphy, and the entire "action news" team, i'm rick williams. have a nice afternoon! we'll see you later.
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