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good morning, america. breaking overnight -- fbi counterterror officials warn of a violent attack at the university of chicago. the college campus on lockdown. classes and all activities canceled. police on high alert right now. new details this morning about that deadly rampage at a planned parenthood in colorado. what we're learning about the victims. the iraq war veteran, the mother of two, and the hero officer who skated with nancy kerrigan. and why the secret service is now investigating the alleged killer. donald trump digs in, denying he was mocking a reporter with a disability on the campaign trail. as he canceled a highly publicized press conference with african-american religious leaders this morning. and it's "star wars" week on "gma." >> you might need this. >> "the force awakens" with the big stars, right here. >> chewie, we're home. >> secrets of the movie revealed.
old friends and new heroes taking over times square. >> it's true. all of it. >> the man behind the movie here live. it all starts this morning, only on "gma." and good morning, america. hope you had a good holiday weekend. 18 days away until the force awakens. cannot wait for that. this week, all the being names will be right here. >> people are not waiting. they already have their tickets. sales already through the roof. theaters all over the country already sold out. many projecting it could break "avatar's" box office record. >> going to be a big one. >> sure is. take a look at this. this is not "star wars." this is amazon's new delivery drone. being tested. today, in case you haven't
heard, it's cybermonday. we're going begin with the threat at the university of chicago. school is canceled all classes and activities today after fbi counterterror officials warned the urt about an online message about an attack on the main quad this morning. alex perez son the scene. >> reporter: that's right. the university of chicago says that decision came this weekend after they got the call from the fbi saying there was an online threat about gun violence right here on the main quad at 10:00 a.m. today. the faculty and staff and students were notified in an e-mail late last night. just how credible this threat may be and the specifics of this threat still not clear. but here's what officials are saying in a statement about extra security. the university will have an increased police and security presence on and around campus including police personnel with visible weapons and other additional measures. so everyone on alert here right
now. george? >> any sense of how long this lockdown will remain in effect? >> reporter: you know, for now, we know the university will be shut down until's least midnight. officials will re-evaluate the situation. students in campus housing are being asked to stay in their dorms. finals begin next week. everyone eager to get back to normal. >> can't be too careful. to the deadly shooting at a planned parenthood in colorado. this morning, we're learning more about the gunman and the three people he killed. hearing from the brother of the iraq war veteran who was doned down. clayton sandell has the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, robin. later today, the gunman who allegedly launched that deadly attack at the planned parenthood build willing make the first court appearance. as investigators try to understand his motive. the gunfire shattered a quiet friday morning into panic and chaos. >> we're pinned down.
we're getting active gunfire. >> reporter: a shooter firing a semi-automatic rifle. taking terrifying aim at police and civilians. >> we're taking fire. got two hit. >> reporter: nine people are wounded. three died. 29-year-old ke'arre stewart, a father of two girls, served in iraq. his brother says he just walked outside the office when he was hot. >> he tried to get back inside to warn the others. take cover. military instinct. you know. get down. take cover. and -- then he called 911. and those -- those are some of his last moments. >> reporter: what does that tell you about him? >> that's the big brother i know. >> reporter: jennifer markovsky was helping a friend that day. she was married with two kids.
44-year-old police officer garrett swasey was killed. once an olympic ice cater. >> it's horrific and sad. >> reporter: at his chunch sunday, they said a prayer for his alleged killer, 57-year-old robert dear. >> god, we forgive him. >> reporter: he appears to be a recluse. once living in this shack in north carolina before moving to colorado into this mobile home police searched on saturday. >> he's not saying, i'm going to do this. i'm going to do that. very hard to, you know, identify that type of person as a threat. >> reporter: more than five hours after the shooting begins, dear surrenders. his motive is still unclear. law enforcement sources say he made rambling, hostile comments toward planned parenthood. the u.s. attorney general says this is a crime against women seeking health care. and dear has gotten the attention of the u.s. secret
service for stapts he allegedly made about the president after the attack. >> let's talk about the families. you have spent time with them. they're remarkable. what are they telling you? >> reporter: it is remarkable, robin. not all, but many of them tell me they have already forgiven the bun. gunman. if they came face to face with him, they all have the same question. why? now to president obama. speaking moments ago at the opening of global climate talks in paris. the war against isis still top of mind. jon karl is traveling with the president. >> reporter: good morning, george. for his first stop here in paris, the president visited the bataclan theater. the site of the deadliest attacks here two weeks ago. joined by the french president and the mayor of paris, president obama stopped before the growing memorial outside the
bataclan theater. laying a rose. pausing forr ean extended momen of silence. climate change is on the agenda this week. they're visiting a city still raw from the terrorist attacks that killed 130 people on november 13th. this morning, the president expressed unity with the people of paris. >> and we salute the people of paris for insisting this crucial conference go on. >> reporter: with so many world leaders visiting so soon after those attacks, streets in central paris are closed off. police guarding empty intersections. the only vehicles, motor cades for all the dignitaries. and the the government has banned all public protests. on sunday, some tried to defy that ban. a clash that grew violent. objects thrown at police answered with tear gas. others formed a human chain.
a long-planned protest march is now no longer per mimted. tonight, the president will have a one-on-one dinner with president hollande in paris. they'll talk climate change. but topic number one will be terrorism and the fight against isis. the race for president now. donald trump feeling the heat, denying claims he mocked a reporter with a physical disability and forced to make a rare reversal. canceling a press conference with a group of black religious leaders. tom llamas has more. >> reporter: for months, we have been talking about the teflon don. nothing seems to stop donald trump. his words and actions may be catching up with him. in a rare move, donald trump canceling a highly publicized news conference. the ornl nal trump press release announcing this event today including 100 african-american
evangelical pastors and religious leaders who will endorse the front-runner. on sunday, the trump campaign reversed course, after a majority of the clergy members refused to endorse him. a number of attendees are expected to endorse mr. trump's campaign for president. trump digging in after a rough week. first, refusing to accept there is no proof that muslims in nm nj were celebrating on 9/11 on television. >> i have had hundreds of people call in and tweet in and say they saw it, i was 100% right. >> reporter: and denying he was mocking a reporter. >> oh, i don't know what i said. i don't remember. >> reporter: that reporter, the new york sometitimes reporter ts a condition in his joints. trump claims he didn't remember meeting him.
>> i would never mock a person that has difficulty. i would never do that. >> reporter: one of kobaleski's former colleagues says she was introduced to donald trump by him. >> i have no doubt he was mocking him on that stage. he knows him by name. that he's been lying the whole time. >> reporter: when it comes to watching muslims celebrating on 9/11, he says he knows he's right because he has an incredible memory. and when it comes to the report, he says he can't be expected to remember things from 30 years ago. >> he's not backing off at all. >> reporter: at all. move on to a new storm moving in after the deadly holiday weather. eight states on alert following dangerous flash floods and ice. oklahoma's only goer declared a state of emergency. phillip mena is there in edmond.
>> reporter: good morning, george. the oklahoma city area is thawing out. look at the damage the ice did to this massive tree. the weight completely splitting this tree open. this morning, residents across the region are left picking up the pieces. weather mayhem hitting millions. >> oh, it's coming down. >> no way you should have survived that. >> i know. >> reporter: in utah, this 32-year-old lucky to be alive this morning. trapped in treezing water after falling through thin ice after trying to reach one of her dogs. >> you could hear the ice cracking. >> reporter: the incredible rescue on body camera. >> we have the dog. >> i can't stand. thank you so much. >> reporter: in arkansas, flood waters running rampant. >> female stuck in a vehicle with water pouring in. >> reporter: the driver of this
white sedan hydro planing into a creek. three passers by helping her escape in a nick of time. in all, 14 deaths resulting from the intense storms hitting the plains and midwest. across oklahoma, all 77 counties in a state of emergency. a combination of icy conditions, and toppling trees knocking out power for at least 80,000. >> it's been quite devastating. >> reporter: dozens of power poles shattered into pieces. these power lines caught on camera catching fire. >> oh, wow. that thing just blew. >> reporter: residents in oklahoma are getting help with this massive cleanup effort. the governor stepping in and declaring a state of emergency. george? >> thank you. more rough weather on the way. ginger tracking it all. >> george, a new week. a new storm. it is snowing. on i-35 in minneapolis. close to more than two inches. oklahoma to lacrosse, wisconsin.
it happens today. through tomorrow. now you know the timing. the next 48 hours that we have to watch for snow. snow and ice. a little bit of sleet mixed in. then how much. some of the heaviest snow totals near sioux falls, jest west of minneapolis. we'll track this. i'll have your nation's weather coming up. to amy. the state of emergency in oklahoma. nay have an earthquake. >> that's right. 4.5 magnitude quake. shook people awake just before 4:00. septemberered near nash, oklahoma. four have vuk in recent days with more than two dozen in the last few weeks alone. experts blaming it on oil and gas drilling. pope pran sis is making history. visiting a mosque in one of the world's most dangerous neighborhoods. the pop told worshippers in the war-torn central african republic that christians and
muslims are brothers and sisters. a new deal to address the refugee crisis. the european union has heagreedo give turkey money. turkey has promised to crack down on smugglers. a wild finish in snowy denver overnight where tom brady and the patriots suffered the first loss of the season. 30-4. they may have lost something more valuable. rob gronkowski left with a knee injury. espn reporting the injury may not be as serious as it looked. we'll find out in the days to come. finally, a closed captioning mystery. look at what popped up on the screen during the giants game. quarterback eli manning referred to as a penguin boy. as if the announcer said this is not a good decision by eli man penguin boy. the internet is having a blast with this. take a look at this one. so far, no explanation for the
error. >> do we know what he said? >> we think he said manning. the closed captioning person thought he said penguin boy. >> sometimes you have that. >> you to do that. you read it in the gym and go, what? >> penguin boy? now to the other big news in the world of sports. basketball superstar kobe bryant announcing his retirement last night. saying this season, his 20th in the nba, will be his last. jesse is here with that. good morning, jesse. >> good morning. kobe's numbers on the court are staggering. one of the greatest players of all time. leading the lakers to five nba titles. as we know in sports, all good things must come to an end. >> three on its way. got it! >> reporter: a nail-biting finish. and the end on an era. >> he has to smile on that one. >> reporter: nba legend kobe bryant, announcing hours before tip-off sunday night, this season will be his last.
posting this poetic fare well to the game. dear basketball, he writes. this season is all i have left to give. my heart can take the pounding. my mind can handle the grind. but my body knows it's time to say good-bye. >> i honestly feel good about it. i feel at peace with it. and, you know, excited for what's to come. >> reporter: the philadelphia native dominating the sport for two decades. >> though he's 18. he'll be a key guy for the lakers. >> reporter: entering the nba from high school. and playing for the lakers for a record 20 years. his entire career. >> overfor two. >> reporter: his list of superlatives, unmatched. a 17-time all-star. two olympic gold medals. scoring more points than the great michael jordan himself. fans in attendance sunday night each receiving a letter from the basketball great. reading, my love for this sfi, this team, and for each of you,
will never fade. though his game is not what it used to be. >> way short. >> reporter: he'll forever been known -- >> kobe bryant has hit a shot at the buzzer! >> reporter: as one of the greatest players of all time. a lot of celebs aknowledging the great. justin timberlake. one of the true kicks of the game. you are one of the greatest to ever do it, my friend. guys? >> to stay in one place. >> amazing. >> that just doesn't happen. 20 years. that's what he wanted to be. a laker. >> and he sure was. the numbers he put up. the passion. the poem he wrote. >> it was beautiful. and he's not even 40. >> no, 37. 37. he's got -- you're not old, kobe. maybe basketball terms. >> you're going to see him tomorrow. >> i am. i'm going to philadelphia tomorrow. sit down with him before his game. that's where he played high school ball. first became a legend. left right from high school to the l.a. lakers.
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welcome back to "gma." you're looking at an amazon fulfillment center in new jersey. that's fancy name. >> they're fulfilling a lot of things for me right now. >> fulfill away, amazon. fulfill away. >> more than 120 million americans expected to shop online today. we'll tell you some of the best cyberdeals available just ahead. >> it looked mellow there. also right now, the university of chicago on lockdown this morning. classes, all activities canceled after fbi counterterror officials warn the school on an online threat of a violent attack in the middle of campus. two other chicago schools will be closed today. and the shooting at the planned pairt hoond parenthood
under scrutiny. cue the music. >> hello? >> there it is. adele. can you believe the record she broke over this holiday weekend? all of them. smashed. with her new album. a lot of people getting excited about it. britney spears right there. doing a little interpretive dance. >> and up in the speed feed. >> show of hands. who has that? >> i downloaded all of it. the stunning security breach at buckingham palace. the center of so many joyous moments for the royal family. two protesters climbing on to the roof of the building and staying up there for hours. lama hasan is outside the palace with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: that's rigts, robin. good morning to you. the question this morning, with europe on high alert and the the
terror threat level in the country at one of its highest, how could two men break into the grounds here at buckingham palace, the the queen's residence, and stay here for more than six hours? overnight, the two men carrying a ladder, casually walking up to buckingham palace's gates. they enter the queen's sprawling estate. scaling the wall and accessing the queen's public art gallery. unfurling their banner, protesting fathers' rights to see their kids. they sit there for more than six hours. >> the authorities in london have to ask how on et this could happen when we're at the height of security that we are. >> reporter: it's not the first time buckingham palace has a security breach. several unwanted guests over the years. in 2004, this father from the same protest group, fathers for justice, dressed as batman, m e
making it to the palace's front balcony. and this incident, when a man handcuffed himself to the pillar, right underthe noses of the palace guards. >> if they had been terrorists and had explosives and/or bombs, the consequence would have been high. >> reporter: these men said they bypassed security because they looked like workmen. the men giving themselves up. police officers escorting them off the premises and straight into a jail cell. the two men are still in police custody. they're being questioned. this could have been a very close call. raising serious questions about security here at buckingham palace and about protecting the royal family. robin? george? >> unsettling. >> surprised it could happen. especially now. turn to the trial of the six baltimore police officers charged in the death of freddie gray. jury selection gets started this morning. mary bruce is tracking the the case from baltimore. good morning, mary.
>> reporter: hi, george. this is a city bracing itself this morning. the memory of those violent riots here just seven months ago are still fresh. as is the anguish for the family of freddie gray, who, this morning, is hoping that this first trial for one of the officers allegedly involved will help answer the question. who is responsible for his death? >> hands up. >> reporter: calls for justice this morning, as the first of six police officers charged in the death of fred ddie gray hea to trial. jury selection begins today for william porter. 25-year-old gray suffered a severe spinal angry in police custody in april. dying a week later. after his arrest, prosecutors say gray repeatedly asked for medical care but was denied. transported in the back of in van. handcuffed without a seat belt. >> the manner of death is believed to be the result of a fatal injury that occurred while
mr. gray was unrestrained by a seat belt. >> reporter: porter, expected to take the stand, is accused of failing to put on the seat belt and ig knowing gray's requests for care. he could face up to 25 years in prison. >> we just want justice. >> reporter: gray's death igniting outrage and destruction. his family pleading for calm. >> please, please stop the violence. freddie gray would not want this. >> reporter: since then, battle nor crime rates spiking. the deadliest year here in more than a decade. now with class of alleged police brutality in chicago and other places, all eyes will be on this trial to see how justice plays out. >> if the united states don't fix the problem with poverty, with murder in the black community, it will be the fall of this great nation. >> reporter: this is just the beginning of a long process to find an impartial jury. the judge says he expected to
question bean 75 and 80 potential jurors just today. porter's attorneys say it's impossible to have an impartial jury here and the trial should be moved. prosecutors say the residents of this city deserve a voice in this trial. now to a bus crash jefr night that injured dozens of college students, sending them to the hospital. the charter bus flipping on its side. raising safety questions. david kerley has that story. >> reporter: these students went home for the holiday. jumped on the bus for a ride back to campus before it went terribly wrong. it comes at a time when bus companies are being told to improve safety. >> we got an overturned bus. southbound. we've got multiple injuries. we need multiple ems. >> reporter: police say the driver lost control on a ramp. the bus tipping and flipping
over. >> bumps and bruces. lacerations. consistent with a vehicle accident. >> reporter: nearly 50 students had loaded the bus in ruch mond for a ride to their college, the university of is a have a, virginia tech, and radford. all of them heading back to campus after the thanks giving holiday. nervous parents raced to the scene. >> i was on the way home. my daughter called. said the bus flipped over. >> reporter: one student sustained life-threateni ining injuries. the 58-year-old driver of the bus has been charged with reckless driving. every year, 750,000 americans ride a bus. at least six people died two weeks oofr after a charter bus hit a bridge abutment in arkansas. in september, five students died when a duck boat slammed into a charter bus in seattle. authority this is morning grateful. >> we're very fortunate there
were not more injured seriously than what there were. >> reporter: safety regulators have suggested more emergency exits and data recorders be added to the charter buses. the operator of that bus company tells abc news the cause of the accident overnight is under investigati investigation. abbott saps working with police to determine what happened. one student in the hospital with serious injuries. >> as the gentleman said, thank goodness more weren't serely injured. coming up, it's cybermonday. do you know where to find the best deals? also ahead, a winter warning about kor bonn monoxide poisoning. the signs to look out for to help keep your family safe this holiday season. when you need something utterly unique to wear, go to your wardrobe. your jewelry wardrobe... jared the galleria of jewelry... for the ultimate selection of levian. only levian, masters of jewelry design for centuries...
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assisting there. looking at the sunrise coming up over delaware and new jersey and pennsylvania. let's go outside to karen rogers. >> reporter: hey, matt, it's cold out here, 37 degrees. feels like the 20s. satellite and radar showing clouds to the south and west. that moves in later on this evening, and tonight. let's check the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, mostly cloudy, we're seeing early sunshine, but the clouds lower and thicken through the day. 48 degrees for the high. later this evening, into tonight we start with showers, the rain develops overnight tomorrow is a wet day, periods of rain all day, 57 degrees. we get more rain on wednesday, milder, though, 61 for the high. the rest of the seven day dry and sunny. >> police in montgomery county are not searching for any suspects that left two people dead overnight. it happened on the 100 block of diamond street in hatfield.
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♪ [ playing theme from "star wars" ] good morning, america. it's "star wars" week on "gma." the force awakesen right here. >> chewie, we're home. and only this mork, the man with all the secrets right here times square. no sleep nation. millions of americans suffer from too little shut-eye. what does not getting enough sleep really do to your body? this guy stayed up for 50 hours in our no-sleep experiment. this morning, dr. besser reveals the results. ♪ baby love, my baby love and, baby, oh, baby. the brand-new pictures of
princess charlotte, taken by her mother, kate. how the young royals are rewriting the rules when it comes to their kids. ♪ get this party started and pink getting the party started this morning. the superstar is with us live. what she's revealing only here on "gma," as we say -- >> good morning, america. and you know the music, good morning, america. a force is awakening right here on "gma." it's "star wars" week. we have the man behind it all. right here. director j.j. abrams here this morning. a lot of light sabers too. fans outside. kids haven fun with that. >> chewbacca is out there. >> this is the hot one. this is bb 8. a brand-new toy. >> how does it work? >> you download this app.
on the iphone, you control these guys. >> that must be you'rs right there. >> people are controlling yours. >> this is one of the hot toys you can probably get, today, cybermonday. >> oh, oh, oh! >> that's gotta be yours. that would so be lara. so many superfans showing excitement in so many ways. a group dressing up outside the high cheese theet person some people remade the movie's trailer shot for shot. >> that's commitment. >> wow. as we said, the it's cybermonday. we have mega"deals & steals" for you. first responders are here with us. >> we're here with great group from new york and new jersey. first deal. a t-fal indoor grill.
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symptoms include headaches, dizziness, and vomiting. experts add, make sure your home as a working carbon monoxide detector. >> thank you, mara. fijly, how quickly they grow up. britain's princess charlotte turned 7 months old tomorrow. very happy about it. her parents are releasing two new photos. the one where she's sharing a big laugh with the stuffed animal. the other, just a hint of a smile. the photographer, you may ask? none other than charlotte's proud mom. duchess kate herself. >> she looks so cute. >> a nice person to take a photo of. >> both of them. coming up on the "gma morning menu." there's the music. "the force awakens" right here in times square. stars, "star wars" stars kicking
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♪ there's been an awakening. welcome back to "gma." and "star wars" week. all the big stars going to be here all week long. we'll kick off with the man making it all happen, director j. skrchlt abrams. first, jesse palmer looks at how "the force awakens" is excite something many people all over the world. >> i cannot wait. to say fans are excited is an understatement. we're all counting down to the
days. of been transported back to the galaxy far far away. >> there are stories about what happened. >> reporter: for millions of fans. >> it's true. all of it. >> reporter: the wait is almost over. "star wars: the force awakens" is being called the film of a generation. >> give it everything you've got. >> reporter: promise never before seen special effects. mind-blowing battles. and a whole new band of heroes. >> finn. >> amray. >> reporter: plus, the characters we all know and love. >> you're sure you're up for this? >> reporter: making history before the movie premiers. >> and j.j. abrams here right now. welcome. sit fun to watch that? >> it's always amazing to see the footage exists. >> none of us have seen it. this is under such wraps. 18 days to go.
anything left to do? >> are you sure 18 days. >> pretty sure. 18, 17? >> it's been a long gestation period. i'm very much looking forward to the movie being out in the world. >> it's completely done. >> yeah, yeah, we're done. >> no changes. >> no. do you know something i don't know? >> i got a couple of notes. bob iger is over here. any new nugget you can share for all the fans? >> here's the thing pip don't want to -- obviously ruin the movie for people. it's so important to us that we noe not oversell it. give too many details. >> hard to oversell. >> it's true. >> take us back. i love the story of you, 11 years old, waiting in line, back in l.a. for the premier of "star wars." what happened that day? >> it was a mind-blowing thing. this movie, it was the first
time that a film that was a fantasy movie looked so real. and so authentic. as funny and romantic and exciting and adventurous. amazing characters. as a kid, it was literally a mind-blowing, mind-altering experience. >> that apco theater. that was the code name of the project? >> yes. >> you did the "star trek" movies as well. is it true you actually said no when they first came to you? >> i did. it was something i loved so much and thought maybe would be just better to sort of just see it. go to the theater and see it like everyone else. the truth is, kathy kennedy came to meet with me. the producer of the movie. we started talking about it. it was too le dishes and exciting to pass up. >> she asked you a question, who is luke skywalker?
>> the idea that luke skywalker now, nearly 40 years after the movie came out, i started thinking he would be as good of a myth to people 19, 20 years old. the idea of a new group of young people not knowing who he is or any of the characters were is the beginning of what became the story of the film. i wrote with larry kasdan who wrote "empire strikes back" and "jedi." >> who are you most excited to hear from after they see it? chlt it was always a boy's thing. a movie that dads could take their sons to. it's still very much the case. i wouz hoping this would be a movie that mothers could take their daughters to, as well. i'm plook b looking forward to kids seeing this movie and seeing themselves in it. they're capable of doing things they never thought possible. >> such an amazing cast led by harrison ford. you and he go way back.
he starred in your second movie? >> i wrote regarding henry. the great mike nichols directed it. to work with him again. to have him playing this krkt. it was surreal and wonderful. >> you have new characters and stars coming out. as well. >> daisy ridley. the young lead in the movie along with john boyega. they're extraordinary. oscar isaac. adam driver. an amazing, amassing cast. >> what are you hoping for that 11-year-old boy or girl that walks in and sees it for the first time? >> i hope they see a movie that tells them that life is full of unlimited possibility. there's a sense of incredible to use a george lucas term, "hope" in the world. and they feel better when they leave than when they got in there. >> i cannot wait to take my
11-year-old daughter. j.j. abrams. thank you. "star wars: the force awakens" opens on the 18th. we move on to snooze solutions. what happens when you don't get enough sleep or you don't sleep at all. during our epic live stream event earlier this month, our medical editor staid up 50 hours to see what kind of effect that would have on his mind and body. we are a nalgs running on empty. up to 70 million americans are not getting enough sleep every night. just one night of bad sleep can lead to problems concentrating and accidents like car crashes. so, we wanted to put the human body to an extreme sleep test to find out how it would react. >> it's quite likely i'll start to lose it a little bit. >> reporter: under the supervision of doctors at mt. sinai, dan childs stayed awake
for 50 hours. we wanted to see the effects on concentration, coordination, and the ability to complete basic tasks. dan was not allowed a wink of sleep or a sip of caffeine. >> when you sleep-deprive humans, they eat more. >> reporter: dan craved carbs like cereal and pie. >> this lego is for ages 6 to 12. i've gotten lost in the instructions. >> reporter: he worked out and found his body was much more awake after exercising. but his low points came in the morning hours. >> i'm doing anything i can to stay awake. >> reporter: after being awake for 50 hours. dan was disoriented and unable to complete simple tasks. not to mention utterly exhausted. >> probably have a couple of hours left in me and we'll see what happens. >> hmm. dr. richard besser is here with more. that was the extreme case. let's put that out there. that's not the kind of chronic sleep problem most americans are
dealing with. >> he went through acute sleep deprivation. there are 70 million americans who suffer from chronic sleep deprivation. getting only five hours of sleep a night. or having sleep's ne ya. so the quality of your sleep every night is not enough for your body. >> what kind of health problems can that lead to? getting five hours or less a night? >> as you expect. it's not good. there are a number of health conditions linked to that. obesity. heart disease. kidney disease. high blood pressure. diabetes, stroke. your able to fight off infections goes down. we're entering the cold and flu season. not good at all. >> something dan said and resonated with a lot of us who get not auz mch sleep as we should. we crave carbs. there's a reason? >> i remember as a resident in the middle of the night, searching the nurse's station for doughnuts. there's been a lot of research. when they do these special mr
iri scans of the brain, the front part involving will power is not getting enough flow. and the area with desire does up. two hormones, one that makes you hungry, goes up. one that makes you feel full, goes down. >> it's not just a weak ps. it's our brain. >> exactly. >> doesn't help. a little bit. getting the proper amount of sleep. i know what you'll go through. you have to hit this home. let people know what we need to do. >> comes down the routine. going to bed at the same time helps. having a routine to settle down to sleep. don't go from full activity to getting into bed the. >> these are the things you're saying on the screen. over and over again. we need to do it. repetition is the mother of skill. thank you, rich. outside to ginger and the
we'll you the forecast. the star wars forecast, luke alabama, 70 degrees, trooper, pennsylvania, 46, marina dell rey. get it? snowing in minnesota already this morning. that's the big picture, we'll check closer to home. >> reporter: thanks, ginger, i'm meteorologist karen rogers, we're dry for now. later tonight and tomorrow we'll have periods of rain. as we look outside at philadelphia international. no weather-related problems, it's cold out there. we're up to 48 today. starting out with sunshine but otherwise mostly cloudy.
overnight tonight and tomorrow we get periods of rain. ou this. that's the first step in meteorology. at least now. let's get some "pop." chris hemsworth. the almighty thor surprised their parents. chris called his dad out of the blue and said check his bank account. because, chris had given him enough money to pay off all of the family's debt. >> oh, wow. >> his dad say he figured he would work the rest of his life to do just that. both parents are so happy to be able to spend more time with their kids. liam says he would like to do something like his big bro did. his movie, "hunger games: mockingjay part 2" well on the way at the box office.
>> two good sons. >> mom and dad, don't get any ideas. >> jesse. >> jesse! >> you just ruined the moment. >> you didn't get enough sleep this weekend. >> that's every week. >> and the bed is only for sleeping. >> that's right. >> oh, no, robin. >> that's one of the rules. >> debbie downer time. >> i'm going to ask for a musical cue. robin. one of our favorites. ♪ ain't no mountain high enough ♪ ain't no mountain lie enough to keep tracee ellis ross affray from her mom's final concert. boy, the apple don't fall far from the tree. >> i think the music is is messing me up. ♪ she feels so bad
♪ want the world to know just what a blues is all about ♪ >> the video is fantastic. >> tracee posted it yesterday along with the sweetest note about her mom. what a terrific job her mom has done straddling being a superstar and a supermom. how she gets so nervous on stage, let alone when diana ross is standing next to you. can you imagine? her stomach must be going -- ♪ up side down your turning mow ♪ too much? time to put your yarmulke on. here comes hanukkah. adam sandler in on it with an updated version of his legendary hanukkah song. ♪ joseph gordon levitt enjoys
eating kugel so does stanley, jake gyllenhaal and the two guys who founded google ♪ >> he still has it. he performed the new edition of his famous song in san diego. it has over 500,000 views. i'm sure now, counting. >> it's a classic. >> and that is "pop news" i'm being told to save the last little ditty. we have a megamonday "deals & steals." >> i'll have what lara is having. >> i'm happy.
hi, everyone, it is 8:27, monday, november 30. i'm matt o'donnell. matt pellman is here with a look at i-95. matt. >> reporter: last time i get to do this drive in november, matt. there's a crash on i-95 the off-ramp to the blue route in the gore pilot -- gore point causing slowing at the blue route. butler park a crash by saint matthew's cemetary. we have an emergency construction because of the truck fire on new new jersey turnpike north of exit 8 speeds in the teens there. expect delays on the n jmplet t
river -- njt river line because of mechanical problems. >> karen rogers is in for david. >> reporter: matt, it's chilly breeze out of the northeast. 32 in millville. 15 degrees is the windchill in the poconos. we have sunshine, and increasing clouds, overall mostly cloudy, 48 degrees is the high. later this evening, we get showers moving in. it gets heavier overnight. tomorrow, periods of rain, 57 degrees is the high. on wednesday we have a couple of rounds of rain moving through, it's mild with a high of 61 and after wednesday we're dry and free. it's just cool, but temperatures in the 50s, matt. >> and this just in, "action news" has learned that three are dead in a murder suicide in hatfield, montgomery county. we have more details at 6abc.com.
♪ no one quite like you you push all my buttons down i know ♪ welcome back to "gma." a lot ahead this morning. superstar singer pink is here. she has an announcement. some work that she's doing with kids in mind. but, we were just talking about. she's on my itunes. i have to download. >> every single song. >> party. >> so good. >> that's great. no what else is great? tory johnson. huge "deals & steals" for this monday. lara has it upstairs. >> we're back. all these wompl first responders with us from new york and new jersey. they're helping us celebrate megamonday. savings for everybody on your list. tory, let's go. >> first up the.
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service. go to our website for the codes and the links. outside to amy. this morning, we're exclusively helping reveal the "sports illustrated" sports kid of the the year. the olympic hopeful making a big splash in the pool. linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: good morning, amy. only 15 years old. he's already 6'8". he's still growing. reece whitley is being wacalled the next big thing in breaststroke. everything about this kid is big. his stature, his heart, his winning smile. no wonder he's making waves in the world of swimming and beyond. he's a 6'8" swimming sensation. >> no one's going the catch lane number five, reece whitley. >> reporter: at just 15 years old, reece whitley is being called the next michael phelps. he attributed success now to a failure at summer camp when he
was 7. >> i failed the water test the first time i did it. i told my mom that night. she enrolled me in lessons the next week. and this is what happened. >> reporter: today, whitley holds five national age group records. has fast enough times to have already qualified for the 2016 olympic trials. he's breaking barrierbarriers, . 70% of black people don't know how to swim. >> yeah. >> reporter: what is your reaction? >> i need to play a key role in integrating swimming. >> reporter: people compare you with the best. the most elite of swimmers, how do you take that? >> at the end of the day, you can't get caught up in that stuff. it throws your mind off. >> reporter: he's as humble as he is a hulking figure. and kind enough to give an olympic hopeless like me enough of a head start to experience the thrill of victory that's now old hat for him. >> who won?
>> i think linsey got it. >> reporter: not quite sure i can get bragging rights on that one. after 16 hours of practice, he dives into the books and maintains his spot on the the honor roll. written on the bedroom kreel rg the two times he wants to beat. >> pretty impressive. let's welcome "sports illustrated" sports kid of the year, reece whitley and the man anger of sports illustrated kids, mark bechtel. where are your jackets? reece says it's cold in the pool. >> it is. >> this might warm you up. you have not seen the coverer yet? >> i have not. i have not. >> look what we have here. your cover shot. let's get your reaction right now. >> hey!
>> look that. congratulations. how does that feel? >> it's amazing. the whole process is fun to be a part of. seeing this is cool. >> how about increasing the cool level just a bit? we just received a tweet, or just saw a tweet from the first lady, michelle obama who just wrote kron grats @reece whitley. we're so proud of you. the day just got better. >> definitely. that's awesome. >> all the hard work. all worth it at this moment. >> yeah, definitely. yeah. >> mark, i want to ask you. what goes into selecting sports kid of the year. what type of athlete are you looking for? why did reece fit the bill? >> we look for kids to excel on the field and off of it. or in reec rks's case, in the
pool or out of it. he's 15 years old. an elite world class athlete. you wouldn't know it by the way he acts. everything he does, he just does with this -- this sort of youthful exuberance and joy. >> and so much humility. >> and so much humility. he's 6'8". he's gigantic. >> a lot of kids look up to you. more will now. who do you look up to? who hads been your mentor? >> my parents are my largest mentors. there's no swimmer who can do what my parents do for me. i look to them for the support. they help me out with everything. just them. yeah. >> congratulations. >> thank you very much. >> an excellent choice. an incredible cover. you should frame that. you should frame that. >> definitely.
that's going up in the room. >> reece, mark, thank you both. let's go to ginger. >> we're all baltimore ravens taking on the browns in cleveland we check in with mike and mike, those guys think the browns will win. temperature kickoff will be in the mid 40s, it will be cloudy and breezy, looks like showers will hold off until the game is over. the game is at 8:00 p.m. on espn you can tune in to find out the game's unsung hero. let's get a look closer to home. >> reporter: i'm meteorologist karen rogers we're dry, but it's
cold, 37 degrees heading up to 48 today. temperatures below average. we've got lots of sunshine right now. overall clouds increase in the day, the showers arrive tonight. all right. amy. >> i'll take it, ginger. coming up, pink is here live. an exclusive announcement you'll see only here on "gma." get it girl! uh huh. all right.
we're having a good time. welcome back. our next guest, grammy award winner. song writer. known for her high-flying performances. a brand-new project. she's here to tell us exclusively. please welcome pink back here. do you feel the love? >> i do. >> do you feel the love? >> everyone is like, when are you going back to work? >> you're busy. you're a mom right now. tells about the announcement. >> i'm the new ambassador for unicef. >> wonderful, wonderful. was this started because -- you did work with them this sum person you went to haiti. >> i did. >> did that spark this to do more? >> it's the one organization that has been in my mind over
the last 15 years. for all the amazing thing that they do. timing is everything. it worked out. i got to go to haiti. you can see me dancing with those beautiful kids. babies. it was an amazing trip. it's one thing to see something on paper. to see it in real life. >> right. what about your baby, willow. she's4 years old. >> my teen ager. my baby. >> i love the pictures from halloween. >> "e.t." did you do the costume? >> i'm good. i'm not that good. >> does she inspire you to help with kids? >> yeah. absolutely. you have a child of your own and try the imagine looking at them and not being able to feed them. >> right. >> um -- it's -- it does something to you. >> and knowing that when you -- where are here in this country, there are people in the country who have a hard time.
you think about when it comes to children -- >> hunger is different than malnourishment. there's quite a difference. there are a lot of hungry people in this country. i'm doing my part to help that as well. 1 in 4 kids globally are malnourished. that's a severe thing. >> there's a huge difference with that. you've been working, also, kid power. tell us about that. >> it's amazing. get it ate target. it's there are 39.99. i already have 1400 -- 1397. hold on. >> work some more. it's about getting kids moving. it's get active. save lives. come on, 1397. that was five steps. 1 in 4 kids in america are inactive. 1 in 4 kids in the world are malnourished.
unicef has combined the two. you unlock therapeutic food pacts. i have seen these with my own eyes bring children back to life. for every certain amount of steps you make. as active as you want to be, you unlock a pact and you -- >> you'll be feeding children. >> yeah, you're creating fwloebl citizens in america these kids, it's so empowering to be able to be in charge of helping. >> let's help some kids. your train sir here. >> she is. >> she's part of kid power, too. are you going to have new music? >> i should. after the bake sale. >> hi, how are you? >> good. >> how are you involved with kid power? >> i'm the coach. you gotta have a coach, right, guys? >> yeah. >> it's an amazing way to get kids moving and save lives. >> what are some moves?
>> jog on the spot. and give me a speed bag. jumping jacks, right. and heels. jacks in heels. give me your defensive stance. fast feet. fast feet. y'all going, yeah, guys! >> and when you're wearing this band -- >> i need a dance break. >> all right. all right. okay. i got a bad shoulder here. >> did you want to ask us something? >> how does the band work? >> we're building up points by moving. the points are unlocking therapeutic food for malnourished children. the kids get to learn how to help people. >> it's all about kid power. and you can go to target to get this, is that right? >> target.com. >> great christmas present. >> where is your power skater face. >> the kids from p.s. 41. thank you for joiping us.
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"creed" was a knockout at the box office. the latest in the "rocky" series scored big. got rave reviews. we got a chance to talk to michael b. jordan, sylvester stallone, and the stellar cast. >> reporter: audiences met the down on his luck big-hearted boxer from philly nearly 40 years ago. now, after six film, rocky's back. as a trainer in "creed." >> right on his chin. >> reporter: rocky becomes mentor and father figure to adonis, played by michael b. jordan, the ill egitimate son o
apollo creed. >> what are you, a cousin? he >> he's my father. >> reporter: how does it feel being back for the seventh time? >> it's my favorite character. i would love the play it every day for the rest of my life. >> reporter: were you fans of rocky growing up? >> for sure. i had a chns to fall in love with rocky all over again when you had the chance to watch them back to back to back to back. see him age in front of my eyes. it's cool. >> he's talking about rocky and bullwinkle. he's got me confused. >> reporter: michael, describe your character. what drove him? >> finding out who he is. does he have what it takes? >> reporter: tessa thompson plays adonis' love interest. >> he loves to fight. i think she has her nen inner determination, which is what she finds attractive about adonis. she doesn't find any of his exterior attractive.
>> reporter: no, no, no. >> just because of who he is, not how he looks. >> reporter: while "creed" is certain to draw new fans, "rocky" buffs will have a lot to cheer about. is there any competition about the the new guard and the old guard? >> oh, yes sit. if we put gloves and a bag, it will be a competition. >> a little bit. i will say this. he trained much harder than i thought humanly possible. he's in wit a real pro that can break bones on every punch. i saw it. it was no joke. >> reporter: tell us about what the scene was like between the three of you working together. >> i mean, sly has a wealth of incredible stories. there was a lot of him telling us about, like, and us asking. when you made the first one? when you did this, what did you -- >> it was fun. >> it was really fun. >> reporter: so much chemistry on and off the screen, it look
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>> reporter: something that doesn't taste very good. south philadelphia i-95 northbound near the walt whitman bridge, we are heavy coming northbound by the bridge. southbound at the girard point bridge watch out for construction setting up in just a few minutes along i-95. getting reports of a vehicle into a starbucks in exton near parkway by the mall. watch out for that the emergency crews responding. if you're heading north on the northeast extension, the lehigh valley there's a crash taking out the right lane. heading north on the new jersey turnpike there's emergency construction at exit 8 speeds in the teens. >> david murphy is off, karen rogers has the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> reporter: hey, matt, we have a chilly breeze out of the northeast 37 degrees in philadelphia. 16 is what it feels like in the poconos. 32 in philadelphia. 35 in millville. it's a cold start to the day. we're getting to 48 degrees. it's pretty out here right now,
we have a good amount of sunshine, the clouds will lower and thicken through the day. this afternoon it will be cloudy with a high of 48. later this evening, showers, but the rain arrives overnight tonight and into tomorrow. periods of rain it's a soaker, 57 for the high tomorrow. police say 3 people are dead following a murder suicide in montgomery county. sources tell "action news" the deaths are domestic related. version are expected to give an update in an hour, we'll have the latest on "action news" at noon. "live" with kelly and michael is next. i'm matt o'donnell have a great monday and great week 's the holidays.
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>> it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, from the series, "go. ," michael chiklis. and emmy award-winning actress, uzo aduba. and check out the perfect preempt for your teens and 'tweens as we kick off our holiday gift guide week all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] now, here with your emmy award-winning co-hosts, kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪