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what bowe bergdahl has to say about how it happened. now the details, a coalition of philadelphia clergy leaders teamed up with the naacp to denounce the recent terror attacks and the crew held a news conference just a short time ago, erin o'hearn was there and she has the details. >> when we hear that muslims must be temporarily banned from entering the united states, hitler comes to mind. >> leaders from an inter denomination and naacp leaders met behind closed doors about donald trump's remarks and the recent desecration of a philadelphia mosque. they insisted as he needs to be taken as a serious threat.
>> people like mr. trump may find themselves being called terrorist because they are injecting fear within the psyche of the american people we are here to say this must stop. the attacks on san bernardino and paris have made isis a theme on the campaign trail but these candidates blame the gop candidate for creating fear and anti-muslim sentiments. >> our hearts go out to the people in california for these a egregious acts but we cannot close our eyes and ears. >> they admit that politicians and community organizers found themselves in a similar quandary. >> we should be cautious of not trying to fuel it by adding more rhetoric but just identifying the issue for what it is. >> and that was erin o'hearn reporting.
meantime a big call for tolerance was called for donald trump making headlines once again today this time for a new poll. kenneth moton joins us with that part of the storery this afternoon. hello kenneth. >> reporter: hello rick, think about it, another week like this for another candidate would have been detrimental, but for donald trump he is up in the polls and getting endorsements and getting more confident than ever. >> he is on the rise for the gop voters after his polarizing plan for keeping muslims from coming into the many u.s. >> i am leading every poll. >> he is right, the poll shows he climbed 13 points to 35%, ted cruz at 16% and ben carson 13%, marco rubio at 19%, he is not going to be the nominee, i am
pretty confident of that, and lets move forward on the campaign with nominating someone that can win the general election. >> trump pushes his proposed muslim ban -- >> it's about security not religion, we cannot allow people to come into this country that have horrible things in their minds. >> but in the backlash trump announced he is postponing his trip to israel to meet with prime minister, benjamin netanyahu until i become president. and he is moving to blacks, after trump met with a group of black pasters. >> yahoo! news reports the nominee has a plan to win the black vote, bringing jobs and tax incentives into african-american communities. >> tonight trump is back on the campaign trail with events in
new hampshire where he will receive a big endorsement from the pba one of the biggest unions in the northeast. >> all right thank you. the award is growing to find and arrest whoever threw a pig's head at an islamic center in philadelphia. cameras caught the person throwing the pig's head on saturday night and peta will offer $2,000 for an arrest and conviction and the sheriff's office is also offering $2,000 for this and any hate crime. and there is a manhunt in geneva underway for terrorist suspects in the paris attacks, and they have boosted the alerts level for the entire city, they flagged four suspicious individuals and they won't say what role they may have played
in the attacks, the attacks left 130 people dead and hundreds wounded. the islamic state or isis has claimed responsibility. meanwhile, the fbi is looking into if the couple plotted to carry out other attacks besided san bernardino, there was a picture of a high school that he visited twice as a health inspector, they found they destroyed a good amount of digital date a. they found that they were discussing jihad and martyrdom online in 2013. even before they were married. officials are still trying to find out if others were involved in the attack that left 14 dead be more than 20 wounded. back here at home police are searching for a man that used a power tool to pry open an atm at a mini mart in philadelphia, he
managed to grab a lot of money from inside of the store, here is the surveillance from inside of the estevez mini mart on 24th street, the thief snuck in through the air vent and spent an hour trying to break open the atm, he couldn't do it and settled for $7,000 in cash and cigarettes. a tractor trailer overturned and lost its load, it happened just before 2:00 in the southbound lanes of 25 in pennsville salem county, police say that the driver lost control and lost his load of aluminum sheet metal on the highway. several lanes were closed. no reports of any serious injuries. from our delaware newsroom now newcastle county police are trying to determine why a driver slammed a car into the base of a high tension tower and then walked away, it happened at 10:30 on the 30 hundred block of
the red rose tree development. the driver got out before the car burst into flames, and walked home and officers went to the home to check on his condition and figure out what happened. a nice day out there, but the next few days could be record setting mild weather, david murphy is out soaking up the sun and joins us now live with more. >> reporter: there is sunshine across the region, and it started out cloudier this morning look at satellite and radar and you get the picture, that is why some of your sidewalks may have been damp this morning, you see how the showers came through and they were gone before dawn and now the clouds really disappeared some of the stuff west of chester county may make its way into later today and cooler in the pike in washington, where the clouds thicker today, 56 in new york and 50 out in pittsburgh, if you have plan to
say go to the play grornd maybe after school, not a bad day to do that, lots of sunshine overall and light winds and a jacket for temperatures hovering around 60 degree at 2:00 or 3:00, and getting up to 61 in your neighborhood in the afternoon, light winds and a nice day and rare early to mid-december this afternoon, we'll get a few more you'll see if a bit for the seven day, 59 by 2:00 and we get a high around 61 or so, probably 3:00 or 3:30, down to 58 by 4:00 and down to 52 by 6:00, and we settle in the mid-40s overnight, if you have plans to be out this afternoon, i would say wear a jacket certainly and temperatures getting up to 60 and winds not all that strong and sunshine in play, not a bad december day. much more ahead on "action news" at 12:30. award season is in full swing,
protests in chicago continued overnight calling for mayor rahm emanuel. >> we are calling for the resignation of mayor rahm emanuel. >> the protest stemmed from the shooting death of a black teenager by a white police officer and it was caught on dash-cam and since its release, two other incidents of police misconduct became public. and he became emotional when he was asked by a question of a young man.
>> the answer is no. that is wrong. and that has to change in this city. >> last week chicago's police superintendant was let go and the plan is expected to be released today for the search for a new one it will include public input. army sergeant bowe bergdahl is releasing his story for the first time. he was taken captive when he walked away from his post in afghanistan. you can hear his version in the serial today. he was released for a controversial prisoner swap of taliban prisoners from guantanamo bay. bergdahl is awaiting a ruling to see whether his case will go
before a court marshall. northeastern university says it will arm campus officers with semi automatic rifles and the guns will be deployed in police vehicles during high threats. and the school says their officers are trained to deploy a number of capabilities to protect the community. but the boston police department says they are concerned that northeastern made the decision without including police or other community stake holders. the nobel peace-price is awarding today, to a group that helped to grow democracy into tunisia. the nobel awards in medicine, physics and chemistry and literature are presents later
today. president obama signed an update to the no child left behind act, it's called every student succeeds act, it's aimed as contrickses imposed by the old law and rolls back the testing requirements on students the law has bipartisan support on the way the teachers are evaluated and the poorest performance schools are pushed to improve. michelle obama showed off a new talent encouraging kids to go to college. ♪ ♪ >> that is right, mrs. obama laying down a rap track, obama who grew up with a working class family on the south side of
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with the santa hat. holiday decorations all around but it doesn't feel like it does it? we are looking at 60 today and we are pushing toward records over the next several days, lets start with today, temperature is 58 degrees and the dew point 45 and winds are calm and that is adding to the comfortable feel, you need a jacket it's chilly enough for that and really looking good, sprinkles and showers came through in the predawn hours but they were well off the coast by the time the sun came up, we still have lots of it with additional clouds to the west that may try to filler in as the day goes on and it's pretty bright the rest of the way, 56 is today's high in allentown and 57 in reading and lancaster, up close to 60 in trenton and 61 in philadelphia and 58 in cape may, on or about 60 at the shore in atlantic
city. 61 in your high at 3:00 and 5:00 we are down to the mid-50s, down to 50 by 7:00 and 48 degrees by 9:00 and then the numbers don't fade all that much overnight, by morning down to 44 for a low maybe a little patchy fog around tomorrow morning especially in the suburbs. but that 44 is well above the average low that happens to be the freezing mark, where is the cold? up near the north pole with the santas and elves, they get ready for the big christmas run, there is snow over the globe and the snow pack is pretty good but because of el niño, we have the ridge of high pressure that is essentially the pattern for the beginning of the cold weather season from start to finish so far and that ridge builds up over this weekend with a surge of warm air from the gulf states and temperatures from the low to mid-70s on the gulf coast and we won't get that warm here as the air moderates, but it is going
to be very warm and comfortable. when you look at the ridge map i just drew you and look at comfortable temperatures, you see the ridge there curving into the midwest, and your exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 61 is today's high and on the mild side and 63 tomorrow and milder and nearing a record and tomorrow's record high is 65, the record many for saturday is 65 and we'll be in that ballpark and then if you have tickets to the army navy game, the kickoff is 6:00 and setting down to 60 in the form quarter. if you are on the sunny side of the stadium for part of that game you may want to peel down to a t-shirt, i can see that it's that kind of day, monday a rain day, still mild, periods of
rain off and on and we are back into the mid-50s with drying conditions on tuesday and wednesday and that is above average. >> you see a guy with no shirt holding a hoagie, that is probably me. >> we'll watch for that. >> alicia just faints over there. >> you can get storm tracker live radar on our website any time of day head to 6abc.com/weather. wake up alicia, it's often seen as a preview of what to expect on oscar night. this morning the golden globe nominations were announced. and there were surprises, who made the cut. >> we are off award season is underway, the nominations are in for the 73rd annual golden globes the picks were announced this morning in beverly hills, california, with a wide range of films and television up for the gold it's time to get red carpet
ready. >> after three consecutive years as coast, tina fey and amy poeler are stepping down and another comedian is stepping in. >> if i offend any of you or cause any controversy, they will definitely invite me back next year. >> up for the gold, best actress, jennifer lawrence for joy and amy schumer for train wreck. spotlight made front page news with the nomination for best drama, up against carol leading the pack with five nominations including director and actress nominee and award show favorite,
cate blanchett. and leonardo dicaprio a best actor nomination along with best director and picture nods. and adam mckay's the big start has four nominations including best picture and sylvester stallone is up for a best supporting actor nod for creed from right here in philadelphia. and the tv "empire" and transparent are back as big contenders and so is viola davis, who you know took home the gold last year, here in the abc family also up for big awards this year, america crime, up for three including limited series and felicity huffman and regina king, and huffman is up against lady gaga for her role
in american horror story "hotel". >> thank you. in other news on the people scene madonna staged an impromptu sing along for the victims of the paris terror attacks. ♪ ♪ the singer who had just finished a show, tweeted her fans to join her and the song she sang of course john lennon's imagine. we stop arthritis pain,
two alarm house fire has fire crews busy as you look at the scene on the 800 block of merchant street and the fire is two alarms but we are told that no injuries are reported but fire crews are on the scene and we'll update this story throughout the afternoon. david is back with one final check of the temperatures. >> really nice, 61 degrees, well above the average high of 46 and 44 tonight that is well above average too. and things are looking good and over the next couple of days we'll be close to record territory. that will do it for "action news" at noon, don't forget to join us for "action news" at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. for david murphy and rick williams, i'm sara bloomquist have a nice afternoon.
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