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here's some of the stories we're following on "action news," an elderly couple is rush to the hospital after being overcome by carbon monoxide poisoning inside their philadelphia home overnight. a police chase comes to an end after slamming into a tree in delaware county. >> plus a cold start to the weekend, do you have to bundle up? let's go outside to the man who knows. you're not bundle up. >> reporter: it is kind of cold out here, we're at 28 degrees in fleetwood and slatington and 29 in pottstown. coatsville, 30, saint david 29 degrees. they also temperatures are where they should be for this time of the year. glassboro, 34. cinnaminson, 30. woodbine 30. the pine barrens in southern new jersey are in the upper 20s.
we have clear conditions and high pressure overhead that allowed the radiational cooling to takes place. later this afternoon, though, with the increased sunshine we'll see the temperatures warm back up again. we should be around 48 him we're shooting for a high of 54. nice and comfortable this afternoon. 37 degrees, mostly sunny skies, 11:00, ten better, 47 degrees, more sunshine. 4:00 p.m., 5 #. 5:00 p.m., 48 degrees. warmer today, another day of sunshine. a gorgeous weekend overall. temperatures stale in the 50s for the entire seven-day forecast. as a matter of fact we'll make a run at 067 degrees next week. there's no arctic air in sight. i'll have the details in just a little bit. >> a car crashed and ejected a on to the road on the schuylkill
expressway expressway eastbound. he was unanimous accident that collided with another car. he was rushed to hahnemann university hospital in critical condition. that crash scene is cleared. new this this this hour, ad up partially in the cooper river in collingswood, new jersey. the man and woman were in the car hit a tree and went into the cooper river. the woman had to be rescued. the man got out on his own. they are being treated at cooper hospital. investigators say a couple were overcome by carbon monoxide, they were heating their home with an open oven. it's not certain if that was what sicken the the 78 an 80-year-old. a car allegedly fleeing police samed into a tree -- slammed into a tree in ridley
delaware county. police say it started as an argument between aman and a woman in nearby morton. the guy saw police and hopped in the car and took off. police went after him. after crashing the car he was taken to taylor memorial hospital. he is expected to survive and will face charges. now to the latest on the mass shooting san bernadino, california. isis though, has reportedly claimed on its radio station that the couple involved in the tragedy were supporters of the terror group. this comes as the focus of the fbi's investigation turns to the wife and how she came to live in america. in san bernadino last night a candle light vigil was held for the victims of the shooting. the names of the 14 people killed were read allowed that includes two men from the tri state region. brandy hit has more on the investigation from california.
>> reporter: this is our first look at tashfeen malik the mystery woman authorities suspect was the brains behind the san bernadino massacre. tashfeen malik and her husband syed rizwan farook bursting into a conference firing 65 rounds killing 14 people most of farook's colleagues. before the shooting, the mother went on facebook declaring her allegiance to isis. >> that's shocking. >> soon after she opened fire on the police and died with her husband in the shootout that followed. the question did she radicalize him. >> this is a federal terror investigation. >> reporter: the fbi said the shooters look like self starters. >> we have new indication that these killers are part of an organized larger group or formed part of a cell. >> reporter: federal agents tore apart the couple's home looking for evidence. inside remnants of what seemed like a typical family's life.
dirt dishes, baby toys and diapers and the crib of their 6-month-old daughter now a an orphan. >> they seemed like nice people. >> reporter: but this inventory lists dozens of boxes of amunition, 12 pipe bombs were left behind. the family warned against a rush of judgment. >> every single muslim leader said this is not not a muslim act. >> reporter: fbi is combing through electricon them -- electronics to see if they were conspiring with anyone. a major of americans support stricter laws, the poll was taken in october after 9 people were killed in a mass shooting. it shows 355% support stricter gun control laws, 86 favor a law
that requires universal background checks for all purchases in the u.s. 53% think background checks would do little to reduce mass shootings. you can find the latest on the investigation anytime by visiting 6abc.com, we'll be posting updates throughout the weekend. germany is stepping up it's offensive against isis. the german parliament will approve sending reconnaissance jets and plane and ship in fighting isis. france asked for isis in the wake of the terror attacks. the turmoil has caused hundreds of thousands of refugees to flee to germany. german officials will not employ ground combat troops to take on isis. philadelphia police hope surveillance video will lead them to a pair of killers. investigators believe a person who murdered a man on thanksgiving may have linked to a second crime earlier in the
day. 21-year-old ryan kelly was gunned down in the 5000 block of almond street in port richmond. >> i heard the screaming. i thought it's got to be from the bar or another neighbor. the next morning i found it wasn't. >> police say ryan was shot in the chest and found dead at the hospital. detective's recovered a white mazda. they were looking into whether it was connected to a robbery an hour earlier. police are offering a 20,000-dollar reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction. u.n. -- univision is asking a judge to throw out a 500 million-dollar lawsuit filed by donald trump saying he destroyed the value of their rights to broadcast miss usa and miss universe pageant. they cite disgraceful
allegations about mexican immigrants. they said he broke his contract. the head of the oklahoma prison system is resigning. he is stepping down at the end of next month to be closer to the family. the move comes as the state's attorney general leetdz an investigation into the -- leads an investigation into the botched executions. a hollywood producer has been found alive. eric kohler has been found in mexico. he will not face punishment if he returns to california to speak to police. he worked on visual erkts in pirates of the carribean and the avengers and san andreas and xmen. we have sad news to report,
one of the red panda triplets has died. the zoo is performing tests to figure out why the animal died. the brothers appear to be in good health. still ahead on "action news" saturday morning. all new at 7:00. colorado theater james holmes has been ordered to pay up. we have details on how much he has to pay his victims. a man gets more than fries with the order at the drive-thru why police stopped him. >> reporter: eva, we're getting another bonus next week, i'll have the details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast when we come right back. son, the holiday season's just like football season...
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wageses and medical bills. he is serving 12 life sentences. he could make money in prison and through donations the survivors will never see that money. a 19-year-old named bud wiser was arrested for trespass on the bud wiser plant in saint louis. he has a prior arrest for breaking into a gas station. a man got a 280-dollar ticket while in a restaurant drive-thr up. while sitting there, he got a text. an officer came up and said pull aside, it's considered a thoroughfare and texting is
against the law while in the driving. >> you can text while at a stoplight, you have to put it down before you drive. >> reporter: $287? >> that's nuts. >> reporter: keep the phone down. there's the view right now as we look live on sky 6. the platt bridge, it's nice and quiet out there this morning, it's a frosty morning, temperatures have dropped into the 20s and 30s, very cold out there, you'll need to bundle up early on. good news is, though, as you flip it over to double scan live. later this afternoon you'll see sunshine and temperatures in the 50s this which should come as no surprise, that's where we've been for the last couple of months. look at the month of november we've had 5 days where temperatures were below seasonal averages.
you take all the days, all the highs and the lows up, you average them out, it's 5.6 degrees above normal for the month. november. december is same way. we're about 8 degrees above seasonal averages. the pattern continues to roll along. you'll see in the seven-day forecast it's nice and mild through the entire stretch. there's no arctic air in sight. 36 degrees in philadelphia. dewpoint, 28. the winds are out of the north at 7 miles per hour. it's cold and frosty. 28 degrees in reading. i know it looks like there's a blanket of snow on the ground, but it's frost. wilmington, 31. millville, 28 they are freezing in trenton, 32 degrees. satellite and radar, you see a little bit of cloud cover to the west, buffalo, pittsburgh, binghamton, mostly cloudy skies, south of there we start to clear. we are not expecting cloud cover this afternoon. it should be bright and sunny
even tomorrow and monday looks good, too. i put mild in there. this is the low, the upper level feature we were worried about earlier in the week, it could hit the coast and develop a coastal storm and bring wet weather by tuesday. it will race along so quickly by the time it hits the coast, the low will develop out here, we won't see moisture thrown back into the delaware valley. the next several days are nice and dry. we'll time it out for you this afternoon. clear overnight tonight, more sunshine sunday, maybe a few clouds. sunday night is clear, we are thinking this could be a coastal system, if you blink you missed it, it moves out to sea. a nice stretch of weather coming up here.
wilmington, 53. allentown, 352. philadelphia, 54. millville, 54. cape may, 53, a ton of sunshine from start to finish. 11:00 a.m., 47 degrees, 2:00 p.m., 52. around 3:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m., that's when we reach 54. once the sun sets the numbers drop into the 40s. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 56 degrees warmer for tomorrow. ton of sunshine partly sunny monday, 55 degrees, all three of these days ranging anywhere from 6 to 8 degrees above average. you get into tuesday, sun and clouds, it's a cooler day, 52. wednesday is cooler, 52 degrees, sunshine and clouds, and then we start warming up again. thursday we are up to 56. thursday, 56 and friday, 59. we could be up to off degrees. >> it's cold out there. >> reporter: this is the stick
mike it's cold. >> this is like an ice cube. it's not good idea to hold it outside without a dplorve -- glove on. medicare open enrollment, tamala edwards has art of aging that helps seniors navigate the plan. >> reporter: christine is the director of a program that offers group options. >> everyone is concerned about the cost of medicare and co-pays. >> reporter: the mission is not only to help seniors understand their benefits, but maximize their coverage while saibing money. >> the medicare system is so complicated. >> reporter: even if you have
medicare, she said it's important to do your homework. >> many of the premiums and co-pays can change from year to year. people can be doing themselves a disservice by not investigating because their costs can go up one year to the next if they don't do anything. >> reporter: they will work with family members, as well. many find the one on one counseling most youthful. >> sometimes when they send you things, you don't understand the small print. what is it saying? you need one to unravel that. >> reporter: they can help seniors on fixed income. call pca help line (215)765-9040. the enrollment deadline is december 7. tamala edwards channel 6 "action news."
>> here's a look at what's happening in and around the delaware and lehigh valleys this weekend. you are invited to take part in the 16th annual toy truck parade in hatfield, montgomery county. decorate your car and truck or whatever you have on four wheels along with a brand new unwrapped toy and head to the walmart in hatfield where the parade begins proceed down to 309. the event is capped off with a performance at the macy's court. since we are talking about all this fun holiday stuff, what would that be without santa himself courtesy of patco, the silver slay leaves the lindenwald station at 9:00, 11 and 12:30, shop at the christmas village in love park and check out the light show.
time to dig out your ugly sweater and light up the holidays at at an -- absecon lighthouse from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. that's what's happening around the region. sports is up next. [gus singing] ♪ dashing through the snow ♪ careful on the ice ♪ keep scratchin', cousin joe. ♪ [cousin joe singing] ♪ oh gus, you're much too nice!
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don't take brilinta if you have bleeding, like stomach ulcers. a history of bleeding in the brain, or severe liver problems. tell your doctor about bleeding, new or unexpected shortness of breath, any planned surgery and all medicines you take. i will take brilinta today. tomorrow. and every day for as long as my doctor tells me. don't miss a day of brilinta. everyone, 7:24 saturday morning, the temple seesaw continues to show the cold air across the western half of the united states and the warm up east of the mississippi river. we'll see that into next week. i was talking to a friend of mine he is skiing in the
sierras, at it is the best skiing in the half a decade. we can't get colder weather east of the mississippi because of the el nino that create the an area of low pressure in the gulf of alaska and the winds whipping around this thing in the counter clockwise fashion it strengthens the pacific jet winds off the pacific. this is philadelphia, there's mild air. there's no cold air. it's up across the cold. what we need to happen is for this low to work west the clockwise winds draw down colder air. here's philly, this would be a much colder pattern. that would bring the arctic air into the region. there are signs this might happen closer to the holidays. over the next couple of weeks there's no shot of this happening, it will stay nice and mild. eva. >> thanks, chris. in sports, the flyers are rolling and temple football and
the word championship usually don't go hand-in-hand, but they could after today. here's jamie apody. >> reporter: there's the football team in town this season, the temple owls have their sites set on the 11th win of the season today. that would break a record and give them a shiny new trophy and title conference champions and a nice bowl berth, as well. we hope. matt rhule knows what's at stake today. >> my concern is this going to be too big of a moment for us, i just try to get them to say, it's how we play and i think the kids echo that sentiment. >> reporter: we're excited to be the home for the temple owls as they play for the conference championship. temp, houston here kick job offer at noon on 6abc. -- kickoff at noon today on 6abc. the flyers are finding
another groove. the flyers fighting for their 4th straight win the devils beat them three straight times. flyers get a late lead, but unthey look to mess with our blood pressure. with just a minute to go they go into overtime. in the o-t, matt reid closed the book on this one. flyers head home having won five of their last 6. other birds in town, the eagles 9 1/2 point underdogs at fox borough. it will be demarco murray's show, the leading rusher in the nfl last year, had only 30 yards last week. he is on pales for 1,000 -- on pace for 1,000 yards less for the season. >> those guys have a a lot of pride, they will be juiced and
ready. so will we. >> we have five more opportunities to show what we can do, this is the first week of it, we got to have it. >> reporter: yes they do, that's sports, go out and have a great day. >> well, temple houston game has brought out trash talking on facebook, our jeff skeverski was the target of some. it came from our sister station in houston, one of their reporters went to university of houston, not to be outdone, our jeff skeverski fired back. you can see the videos on our facebook page.
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pretty morning, not a cloud in the sky, just the way we like it on the weekend. we'll show you the numbers, north and west, it's cold, it's frosty out here,le looks like a small blanket of snow on the ground. fleetwood, 28. martins creek, 27. warrington, 32. chester, 29. good morning, 40 degrees in center city. milder there. levittown showing 30. on the other side of the delaware river 33. agenda beach, 33. smyrna, 29. hockessin 33. woodbine 30. satellite and radar, we have a little bit of cloud cover off to the northwest, but it will have a difficult time crossing over the mountains. we expect skies to remain mainly clear this afternoon and sunday, as well. looks like a picture-perfect weekend, for decorating or putting up the christmas lights and the inflatables in the lawn. across the country there's
nothing going on. it's nice and quiet. this afternoon, bright blue skies, the slightest breeze out of the west at 5 miles per hour. temperatures in the low to mid 50s. 52 degrees by 2:00. shooting for a high of 54. we were worried about the possibility of a coastal storm monday night into tuesday, doesn't look like that will happen. there's a chance of wet weather thursday into friday in the form. showers. nothing big. most of the week looks quiet and very, very mild. i'll have the details in the seven-day forecast when i come back in just a little bit. eva? >> thanks, chris. developing this morning, two men fighting for their lives after being stabbed outside a center city nightclub. it started with three men arguing outside of voyeur. a man pulled out a knife and attacked the two men. both are in critical condition. one witness is being
interviewed, but no arrests. a tanker truck goes up in flames on 295 in gloucester county. firefighters responded to the blaze in the northbound lanes near the route 322 exit in logan township. the truck was on the shoulder of the road. drivers taking a look while skirting by. investigators are working to learn the cause of that fire. turning to the latest on the mass shooting in coroner -- in southern california. unprecedented call for gun control. new york times is using space on its front page for an editorial calling for a change. you can see it right here. meanwhile, tashfeen malik is at the center of the fbi's investigation as the terror group isis claims that she and her husband were supporters of the terror group. an online post by tashfeen malik one of the alleged shooters helped shift the investigation. the fbi said just before the
attack, she made a pledge to isis on facebook using an ali alious. farook's mother who lived with the couple and their baby say they know little about malik. two cell phones were found in the dumpster near their apartment. fbi is scouring the phones and computers to approve they were radical sized. fbi said the evidence is there, but they added a word of caution. >> we are investigating this as an act of terrorism. >> so far we have no indication these killers are part of an organized larger group or form part of a cell. >> abc news reported that the pakistani address that tashfeen
malik listed on her visa application does not exist. however she passed several background checks. the state department is reviewing information provided. both were killed by police after allegedly murdering 14 people. abc news spoke with farook rasp sister and brother-in-law who said there was never any indication from the couple about their islamic extremist ideology and they're shocked that his wife pledges allegiance to isis. >> that is shocking, why would she do that? how would she know. >> she never mentioned anything -- they were great parents. >> yeah. >> they spent a lot of time with her, they kept to themselves a lot, they were a good couple. >> "action news" has learned that one of the victims of the
mass shooting was a pennsylvania native, 46-year-old harry bowman grew up in york county, the father of two daughters worked in california for more than 15 careers and co-worker of farook's at the san bernadino health department. bowman a devout roman catholic frequently taught religious classes. you can find information at 6abc.com, we'll be posting updates throughout the weekend. happening today, funerals will be held for the two people killed in the planned parenthood rampage in colorado. a mother and arm vet will be laid to rest in straight gatherings. gary swasey was shot while trying to help other officers. mourners honored his bravery and dedication to faith. he was a co-pastor at a church. extra security is being added at planned parenthood clinics
nationwide to prevent a cop cat. officer reid would help fix a broken down car or search for a lost dog during a shift. it is alleged shooter is under arrest. police say 30-year-old joseph becker had an inappropriate relationship with a 14-year-old female student. he is a teacher at pen ridge middle school. becker and the student exchanged photos and videos from july through november. >> teachers are entrusted with a responsibility, a very important responsibility of teaching children as they become young adults. this defendant abused his position.
>> investigators say becker always taught at three other schools they are asking any other victims to contact bucks county detectives. his bail has been set at $250,000. pennsylvania lawmakers are preparing for a weekend session as they try to end a 6 month long budget stalemate. the house and republican senate majority met separately behind closed doors. the sale mate is forcing -- the stalemate is forcing agencies to borrow money and layoff employees. meanwhile, lawmakers in new jersey are trying to help veterans with ptsd. it's a chance to talk about ptsd has affected their treatment in
the judicial system. the public hearing was put on a bye a task force created by the new jersey senate and general assembly. president obama signed a long term transportation funding bill that falls far short of what the administration wanted. the bill provides $305 billion over the 6 years to address the country's aging transportation system. obama wanted 400 billion. the lawmakers hailed this as a major accomplishment that will put an end to the last-minute short term fixes that has been the rule for the past 8 years. now, the race to the white house, donald trump is once again the frontrunner for the republicans. 36% of republicans support trump. his nearest competitor, ted cruz trails by 20 points. ben carson is in third place
followed by marco rubio. the rest of the candidates have less than 5% of support. temple football hoping to bring home a conference chip as they face off against houston. pull you up a chair and enjoy te game live. the 29th ranked owls and 17th ranked houston will square off in the conference title. the winner goes to the fiesta or peach bowl. houston is averaging 42 a game. something has to give today for one of the teams. you can watch the big game right here from the comfort of your home, it will be broadcast on 6abc live beginning at noon. the owls on the road to take on the houston cougars at noon today. still ahead on "action news" saturday morning, singing christmas tree literally, we have details on how this unique
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isn't too bad, although it could be snow. i don't remember a time when miami had snow. >> reporter: 1955. i'm dead serious about that, i have an article 1955 miami got snow just enough to coat the ground. >> look tu, tidbits of information. >> reporter: i looked up the story before i came in. >> prepared that's what i like. >> reporter: let's get you outside, there's the view in cape may. we have bright blue skies, just the slightest breeze. temperatures dropped off, it is cold, you'll need to bundle up first thing this morning. by afternoon we're up in the 50s, double scan live, crystal clear, nothing going on, we don't expect any rain over the next several days. monday's high, 58 degrees, normally we should be around 48 or 49. clearly we're well above that.
tuesday, 56. a ton of rain, wednesday gray skies, rain, but we're up to 60 degrees, no snow whether those temperatures. yesterday it was cooler, but above average, 52. we're shooting for a high of 54 today above the seasonal average of 48. we started out at 35 which is where we should be for this time of year. 20 for just about everybody, the exception being the i-95 corridor. poconos 33, philadelphia 36, sea isle, 38 degrees. north western suburbs, lehigh valley anywhere from 12 to 15 degrees colder than the same time yesterday. so it is quite a shock to the system, compared to the last few days, you'll note the change, but again we're expecting warmer weather to move on through here during the course of the weekend. satellite and radar, very high, thin clouds to the west, they don't pose any threat to our weather. they should stay across the great lake states.
most of the eastern half of the united states you can go from the continental divide east there's nothing going on. we'll see a system jump the rockies over the next 48 hours, it will develop an area of low pressure here. as it marches east it will run into this high and fizzle out. temperatures all the cold appear to be up here across the arctic center because the winds are west 0 east, we have that upper level low sitting there and the pacific jet is roaring across north america. that keeps the air bottled up here, you can't get the colder air down here with the pacific air. there are signs the winds will shift in the northerly direction. we could allow for colder changes. the next week, 8, 9, ten days look mild. mild conditions for everybody east of the mississippi. tomorrow it's the same thing.
looks like there's rain in the great lakes, but monday it's gone as it encounters dry air sunny skies today, lehigh valley, beautiful. 52 degrees that it is forecasted high. jersey shore, same thing. bright blue skies, very nice out there. 53 degrees is the forecasted high in atlantic city and cape may. philadelphia, 54, mostly sunny and mild, winds are light out of the north at 5 miles per hour. tomorrow morning, cold, 29 degrees outlying suburbs, 35 center city. again, those temperatures are where we should be for this time of the year. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, look at this, 56 degrees for sunday, a ton of sunshine partly sunny monday, 55, tuesday, 52, wednesday, 52. keep in mind as the days keeping going and we get closer to the holidays, the average high is lowering. it's an unusual weather pattern it's typical el nino, that means
mild weather for us. 56 on thursday, 59 on friday. couple of showers, an outside shot next week we'll warm up. >> our twitter friends are impressed with the 1955 snowstorm. >> reporter: i have those tidbits in my head which the average joe doesn't care about. >> you can get the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at 6abc.com/weather follow chris on twitter he throws that in fact on there all the time. >> a christmas tree in michigan is unlike any in all the world. the high school choir created the talls christmas tree. it's stands 67 feet tall.
>> "healthcheck" this morning, the cdc is taking steps to contain the outbreak of the fever in hawaii. it is transmitted by mosquitoes. it is believed it was brought to the island by an infected traveler. it is treatable when properly diagnosed. a new study finds it's okay to allow children under the age of two to use electronic devices. the study suggests that allowing young children on tablets as early as possible because of how quickly they learn about using them. the american peed at trick
also -- pediatrics changed their guidelines. they allow 30 minutes a day. competitors warn to use an education device not one that placates the child. >> if there's a specific thing learning languages, puzzles, or tablet to read a book to the child, it's your voice reading to the child that's great. >> some things to watch out for if the child buries their face in the tablet or throw a fit when you take it away. next, chris sowers will take a final look at the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast stay with us, we'll be right back.
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>> not everyone likes the snow, but these horses love it. someone got the video of the two playing and frolicking in the fresh snow. these two got on the ground 0 roll around in it. >> who doesn't like the snow? >> i like the snow for christmas. santa claus needs snow to get his job done. >> reporter: maybe we can get snow from him this year. look at this, this is the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, this is getting us through week two of december. there's just no cold air in sight. 54 degrees, mostly sunny, a ton of sunshine sunday, 56. tuesday we cool down 52 and thursday and friday we're in the
mid 50s and wouldn't surprise me if we are in the mid 60s. >> we're running out of weeks for snow in december. >> reporter: the winter outlook remember, february was the look out month. >> it's pay back. >> we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: eva, coming up on "g.m.a.," what we're learning about the mom turned suspected mass murder. there she is. the indications from the authorities she may have been the mastermind behind the rampage in san bernadino. meanwhile, the family members of the husband syed rizwan farook are speaking out. this is the sister and her husband they say they are in shock. one question is what will happen with the couple's child now only 6 months old. plus, abc's matt gutman takes us on a tour inside the couple's home. remember this is the place that served answer the couple's
arsenal and bomb-making facility. and finally this morning stories of survival coming out of the scene of the massacre, how the holiday party turned into a bloodbath. how the people responded often in heroic and selfless ways. it's come unup on "g.m.a." saturday. we'll see you soon. . >> two men are stabbed outside a center city nightclub. police are searching for a suspect. the latest at 9:00. looking for online holiday shopping we have tips that could help. now for chris sowers, and the entire "action news" team, i'm eva pilgrim. that's why we call you the professor.
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good morning, america. the first look at the mom turned suspected mass murderer in the san bernardino rampage. a crime now considered a likely act of terror. >> we're now investigating these horrific acts as an act of terrorism. >> this morning, the new details on the suspected female shooter, pledging her allegiance to isis on facebook within moments of the attack. >> the investigation so far has shown indications of radicalization by the killers. >> was she the master mind? how did she get into the country? and new this morning, what isis is now saying about the attack. relatives shocked at the new parents and their deadly intentions. >> it's horrible. because, i mean, how do you -- how do we deal with that? >> what they're saying about the couple hiding a