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>> thank you for waking up us, meteorologist chris sowers is off, karen rogers is filling in, karen you promised that the cold weather was here. >> reporter: of the the -- you felt the difference in a matter of hours. storm tracker 6 live double scan towards the north and west, we were seeing snow showers. you have to go towards lake harmony. this is lake-effect snow. we were watching for this in pottstown, we were getting a snow shower, nothing happening right now as we move through the area. let's look at the other areas, unfortunately this is a little bit stuck, maybe the director can advance this for us. the clicker is frozen in the cold temperatures. we have sunshine and clouds, mostly cloudy skies, right now, as we take a look at the close up view. the graphics don't want to move
at the moment. we have clouds and sunshine. it's a day with mostly cloudy skies, the winds are gusting. the wind advisory continues until 6:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. we'll see winds gusts up to 40 miles per hour. the current temperature is 40 degrees. the windchill in philadelphia. 31. it's going to feel like the 20 overall in the suburbs. in the 30s through the afternoon. it's a blustery day. it's a cold day and we could see more snow flurries. i'll run down whole see what coming up in the seven-day forecast in just a couple minutes. >> let's get back out to the philadelphia marathon getting underway on the benjamin franklin parkway. >> indeed, "action news" reporter, bob brooks is live with all the very determined competitors. >> reporter: gray and nydia, very determined, despite how cold it is. they can't a drastic change we've had since yesterday. a large group of runners, i'm
not sure you caught that last couple of seconds. the majority of 30,000 contestants are getting ready to take off. we're out on the benjamin franklin parkway, the starting line, 9 runners headquarters is down at eakens oval. this is the scene an hour ago before it got light out. thankfully it did. the goal for people they were huddling in tents and huddling around each other, sharing body heat anything they could to combat the cold weather before they started running this morning. the only way to beat the cold is to run as fast as you can. >> it could be worse, right. it could be snowing or raining. >> i'm sure the cool will feel very good when i am running. >> i wasn't sure what it was going to be like, i'm glad i did dress for it. >> take it slow and try to finish and have fun.
>> we want to have fun. >> reporter: now, if you want some inspiration, take a look at this video, this is a man and his son who were confined to his wheelchair. 13 months ago, they started doing marathons now they can't finish. they are getting ready to take off and hit the course. now that it's getting lighter out, it is starting to warm up, it's starting to get nicer out here. >> thank you are to the update stay warm if you can. remember you can get the seven-day forecast and check storm tracker 6 live at any time day, go to website 6abc.com/weather. >> new new this -- this mornine wind fanned a fire at a chester county home three days before
thanksgiving. the father and the children were arriving back from a night out around midnight and called 911 immediately. unfortunately firefighters could not stop the fire for ravaging the house. the search is on for the cause of the blaze. the action cam was at the firehouse at chestnut and north 55th street where a critically wounded man was banging on the door trying to get help. he was shot in the chest. he was shot walking down 5th street south of market. he is in the hospital in surgery. there were no arrests. a mother and father are talking about the hit-and-run that took their 8-year-old daughter. the driver responsible is on the run. the young victim was identified as sanna powell hit by a carat carat -- a car at 63rd and
landsdown. police believe the car that hit the girl was a gray or silver nissan or maxima. her parents talked tows about the unimagable final moments. >> she fought. >> i said hold on, hold on, baby, daddy's here, mommy is here, please hold on. >> parents are urging anyone with information to come forward and call police. >> new jersey chris christie is slated to meet today with president-elect donald trump. it will happen at trump's golf club in north jersey. christie helped lead his campaign but had a taken a back seat since the election. when asked if the bridgegate trial would disqualify him from being involved in the election. he said we like chris a lot.
trump will meet with rudy giuliani the former mayor is expected to be a candidate for secretary of state. another concerned -- contender is mitt romeny. the two sparred leading up to the election, they struck a different note yesterday saying they discussed world affairs. >> i appreciated to speak to president-elect and look forward to the coming administration. >> later this morning it is this week with george stephanopoulos. martha raddatz puts tough questions to the newly chief of staff reince prebis. this week begins at 10:30. >> the eagles are in seattle ready to rumble, they play the surging seahawks who do not lose a whole lot of a home. their fans are the loudest in
the league and the eagles have struggled to win away from the link. >> it's another big challenge. we've been able to win at home which is important. now you have to get games in a row. >> we have to match the intensity if not bring more to win the game. it will come down to defensively, they rely on defense and coach relies on us to get the stops and put the offense in good situations. >> tonight on "action news" at 11:00 p.m. and "action news" sports sunday at 11 5:00 p.m. we'll have a wrap up of the showdown a crucial one in the nfc playoff picture. the music world's biggest stars are coming together on 6abc. a preview of the american music awards. the eagles score a victory for a youth football team that was targeted by a heartless act.
>> money money money, powerball jacket pot is getting big once again. >> reporter: it feels like 30 degrees in philadelphia. 27 in reading and 14 in the poconos. details in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. the winds, the temperatures, what's going to happen all coming up next. >> welcome back on this sunday
morning. the philadelphia marathon got underway. our action cam is there, trying to figure out where everyone is, i know. [laughter]. >> they had on shorts yesterday, not today. >> reporter: it's cold out there, what a huge change. you know the camera would be blowing anyway in the winds. >> there you go. >> reporter: let's look at storm tracker 6 live double scan around the region. now, what you're seeing in trenton is ground clutter near
our radar site that's not reaching ground. i want to take you farther north and west. our street element view. when i click in i want to go to the poconos, there's snow showers in the poconos, mixed precipitation north of harrisburg because of lake-effect snowshowers moving through. let's go live outside, it's a beautiful shot. we're seeing clouds and sunshine, as well. a gorgeous shot of the sky cover as we head out the door this morning. if you're going to enjoy it, bundle up to be able to do that. let's look at satellite and radar. the snow showers we saw yesterday to the north and west, that's dealing with the cold front that's well off the coast. what we're seeing now on the radar are lots of clouds north and west, can you see the bands of snow? they are light and quick, they are lake-effect snow coming down with the strong gust with winds
as the moisture comes off the great lakes. they are predictable. we're not talking about a storm system coming through. in the poconos you might see a quick burst of snow. in the lehigh valley you might sue that he, not amounting to anything. the day is basically a dry one other than the snow showers to the north and west. let's run down what to expect today. the big deal is the strong winds and how it will affect the temperatures. afternoon windchill in the mid 30s. in philadelphia we might see a stray sprinkle around the i-95 corridor. we're dry in south jersey and delaware. in the lehigh valley we can see snow showers with the lake-effect snowshowers moving through. it's most evident in the poconos. we can see an inch to two inches of snow of lake-effect snow moving through. let's talk about the
temperatures with the day planner. 8:00 a.m., 39 degrees, 10:00 a.m., 40, lots of clouds, sunshine mixing in. noon, 43. in the poconos and the lehigh valley could see a snow shower. # p.m., 46 that's the high today it will feel like the 30s in the afternoon. 5:00 p.m., 42 degrees, as we look ahead at the temperatures around the region. in the lehigh valley it will make it to the low 40s. philadelphia, 46. millville, are 45. along the coast a little better in the upper 40s. 50 degrees in dover. feeling blustery with the strong gusty winds. the wind advisory continues until tomorrow morning. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, it is windy and colder. yesterday it was a high of 72. today's high, 46. when you factor in the winds it will feel like the 30s in the height of the afternoon. a quick snow shower likely in the lehigh valley, but more
possible in the poconos. monday, the winds blowing, 45 degrees. tuesday, the winds relax, 48. wednesday is a big travel day before thanksgiving. wednesday night we'll see showers. it still looks at this point, the parade and thanksgiving could be damp with showers at times. cloudy skies and 54. the early temperatures the parade route you'll be in the 40s. friday partly sunny and 56. saturday, mostly cloudy skies and 53 degrees. we've been dry lately, as you look at the seven-day forecast. all you have today is a snow shower north and west, the next chance for showers is on thanksgiving. lousy timing. i know. >> thank you karen. 7:14 the time. look at this here, looks like winter in the midwest. up to 4 inches of lake-effect snow fell in parts of michigan. there was enough snowfall to coat the trees and rooftops and grassy areas in kalamazoo.
it was a 60,000 person party in the snow in morgantown, west virginia. snow fell during the game on 6abc. the field was coated by the end of the game. new this morning, several delaware families are bigger this morning thanks thanks to their own love and generosity. the angst cam was in dover -- action cam was in the dover where the families took part in an adoption ceremony. the ceremonies finalize the adoption of the children, we pass on our best wishes to all those families. 43 americans live in poverty. the delaware valley is one of the hardest hit areas according to the census. matt o'donnell tells us about a growing solution for the problem of hunger. >> reporter: poverty experts say one in four philadelphians are unsure where their next meal
will come from. a garden in point breeze is helping one group of people 30 help themselves. ethnic tension drove this family out of boton. they are growing on a 2 1/2 acre lot at 26th and dicken street. the national services center helps groups refugees resettle and teaches them english and gets them involved in the garden. they grow carrots and peppers anderbs and special vegetables that give them a taste of home. the. >> we learn how to plant. >> reporter: by learning to grow their own food they can eat
healthier. the garden gives something greater to those who lost everything. >> it's the first opportunity to regain the sense of ownership. you will hear from gardeners this is home. >> i feel good when i am here, i don't feel too much about my past. >> reporter: the growing together garden is one of 150phs city harvest gardens growing food for families in need. if you want to help head to our website matt o'donnell channel 6 "action news." >> final perceptions continue for the 6abc dunkin' donuts thanksgiving day parade. the action cam stopped by center city hotel on race street where the dancers are rehearsing. they spent the afternoon working together, to make sure everything is perfect on thanksgiving morning. cesily tynan, rick williams will host our parade coverage
>> new at 7:00 a.m., a firefighter in georgia died rescuing people who were in a river after a ramp collapsed. 30 people were injured in the collapse. 1 had to be hospitalized. 50 managed to cling to the broken ramp. several thousand mourners including first lady michelle obama paid their respects to a ground breaking journalist, glen eiffel was a report for
washington post an worked as a political correspondent for nbc news. she was 61 years old. >> in "healthcheck" an innovative device may make reconstruction breast surgery less painful. testing is underway for skin expanders. it's uses a pocket of air in tiny daily doses to make room for the breast. it finished the tissue you expansion in half the time and patients loved having control. students starting the day with a self affirmation exercise. >> what is it is too hard? what if it is too rough.
>> i want to push through. >> reporter: this is the third grade class at frederick douglass charter school inspiring them to push through barriers and tell them they can do anything they put their mind to. she said this election brought a lot of racial unrest, she wants her kids to feel like they are strong and smart and supported. >> that's great. >> we'll be right back. (my hero zero by lemonheads)
double scan showing dry in philadelphia. a little sprinkle in harrisburg and a snow shower in mountain pocono. look at the wider view, storm tracker 6 live, these are lake-effect snow bands coming off the great lakes giving snow showers in pittsburgh. in the poconos we could see an inch to two inches of snow. today's high, 46. yesterday was 72. it's a big change. it will feel like the 30s. 9:00 a.m., 40. 11:00 a.m., 41. 1:00 p.m., 43. 3:00 p.m., 46 degrees. nydia and gray. >> sports this morning, the sixers big man leads to another home victory, the eagles play in soggy seattle, here's jamie apody. >> reporter: good morning, the eagles hopefully were not sleepless in seattle last night. today they will try try for a ft
road game win in a hostile environment and it's going to rain. >> you can't worry about the circumstance, it might be cold and loud, you don't worry about that you take care of business. >> i'm liking forward to changing that this week, it's a tough place to play, but it's also, i can imagine a good place to win, as well. >> last year the sixers didn't get their third win of season until december 30th so i would stay november 19 is progress. embiid was not supposed to play but he played, he scored from beyond the arc which was impressive. rookie career high of 26 points in 20 minutes. the sixers tied a franchise record beat the shock clock.
21 points shot from 90% of the three, 83% from 3-point they beat the sun. their third straight win at home. flyers dropping the gloves. you would think with a fight like, these guys don't like each e each other. all smiles right there. that's the only smile you saw from the flyers. second period down 1-0. steve mason, third period great goal. flyers set up by lightning 3-0. by outshooting them by far. 8th ranked penn state against rutgers winless in the big ten. barclay had a one yard touchdown
>> winds of change, feeling more like november and in someplaces snowflakes have been calling. the update in the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. >> a night at a casino turns violent. officials want to know who assaulted a man in the parking lot and why. >> a gold star family engineered on a flight to collect their son's remains, an crowd -- outrageous event that happened in the first class cabin. >> snowflakes in the region? >> reporter: it's cold, but it looks pretty if you're looking at the ben franklin bridge. storm tracker 6 live dowcial scan, what we can see, near trenton is not reaching ground. that's ground clutter near the radar site. as we look toward the north and west, and up in the poconos
we're seeing a snow shower. yesterday in the poconos we had a trace of snow, it's only a little bit, but it's the first day, so we thought we would show it to you. we have lake-effect snow with strong gusty winds pulling the moisture off the great lakes. until tomorrow at 6:00 a.m. we have a wind advisory for the entire region where winds will gust up to 40 miles per hour. currently they are gusting in the 20s. in wilmington, wed 5 # mile an hour. -- we had 52-mile an hour in wilmington, allentown, 45. everybody throughout the entire region has been experiencing the gusty winds. that's making the temperatures so much colder. feels like 14 in the poconos. 26 in allentown. 27 in reading, 30 in philadelphia. 29 in millville. and atlantic city. what a change from yesterday, when we were in the 70s. the actual temperatures will be
in the 40s today. the high is 46. 9:00 a.m., 40. 11:00 a.m., 41. 1:00 p.m., 43. in the afternoon, feeling like the mid 30s. 3:00 p.m., 46. lots of clouds and sunshine, snow showers in the poconos and snow shower in the lehigh valley. we'll talk about that in a couple of minutes. speaking of the weather story, the winds of change did blow in last night as accuweather predicted. >> the cold air is hanging around for the philadelphia marathon. some people are waking up to a bit of snow. axe viewers sent in pictures of a dusting or more of some spots out there. this picture is from trapp, montgomery county. others captured snow scenes north in the poconos. >> feeling the cold this morning, is "action news" reporter, bob brooks live on the benjamin franklin parkway the
starting line for the marathon. >> we know the runners got a reality check for the cold as they stepped off for the marathon. hopefully they were bundled up like you. >> reporter: they got a rude a wakening a lot of people from out of town, they were enjoying the lovely weather from yesterday. out of nowhere we got this cold front. this is the starting line, the marathon is underway, things are wrapped up at the starting line. it took off, promptly at 7:00 a.m. >> let's take a look and listen.naudible]. >> reporter: okay, there you see a lot of enthusiasm, despite the cold weather, they were talking to me, about, once you get going
you forget about it and you start to heat up. that's the way it was going down here. also if you need inspiration to beat the cold or any marathon or any run, we spoke to a man and his son who is confined to a wheelchair. they say 13 months ago they started doing marathons together and now they can't stop and they always finish. >> josh loves it, he motivates the runners, they look to him, he smiles and high fives them and that gives them a boost of energy and they run off. >> reporter: all the runners are off an running, 30,000 contestants and 60,000 spectators and 3,000 volunteers making this happen. philadelphia marathon is underway, reporting live along eakens oval.
bob brooks. >> 7:34. new this morning, a man is in critical condition after getting shot in the back on 200 block of west cornwall street. the man was shot during an attempted robbery. we know he is being treated at temple hospital. police have not said if they have any suspects. happening right now philadelphia police are looking for the person who shot a man on a street corner overnight. the 33-year-old victim was hit three times in the stomach at bridge and hawthorne and frankford. police rushed him to hanheman university hospital. he is in critical condition. they are trying to sort out why this individual was shot. new this morning, police are looking for the suspect who beat up a man in the parx casino parking lot. the action cam at the scene in bensalem, bucks county. officers got a call at 3:45 a.m. that a man was lying in the parking lot.
when they got to the scene they found the victim with several injuries. he is in stable condition at the hospital. police looking at the surveillance video toy of the suspect. -- to identify the suspect. chris christie sits down with donald trump in north jersey. trump said last night that the bridgegate trial connected to allies may not have hurted -- hurt his standing in the trump administration. >> reporter: donald trump at his private golf course in new jersey with mike pence heating up possible cabinet picks. mitt romeny reportedly a concerned for secretary of state. no sign of the barbs they traded during the campaign. >> went great. >> reporter: after a 90 minute meeting no sign of a done deal either. >> we had a far-reaching
conversation with regards to the various theaters in the world where there are interests of the united states of real scig fans, i look -- significance, i look forward to the coming administration. >> reporter: another visitor retired marine corps general james mattis. >> we're looking at tremendous talent, people, as i said will make america great again. >> reporter: the president-elect seemed in high spirits even making nice with the press. >> what do you need, hock -- hot chocolate? we'll take care of it. >> reporter: trump has more meetings on sunday and implied more job announcements. meanwhile, protesters are back in the streets. in washington, d.c. police took this man downed and handcuffed
him. another man suffered a head injury. in his hometown of new york city, hundreds demonstrated against the president-elect. elizabeth hur abc news new york. >> president obama appealed to leaders to give president-elect donald trump a chance to govern. >> as i said how you campaign is not how you govern. when you're campaigning you're trying to stir up passion. when you govern you have reality in front of you, and you have to figure out how do i make this work. >> president obama's meeting with leaders of australia and canada today. those countries back a trade agreement that's opposed by president-elect trump trump. >> a father whose son was killed in average said he was booed on a flight to claim the
soldier's remain. they are flying from california to dover, delaware air force base. they were late for their connecting flight. the american airline crew asked for them to deplane first. that did not sit well with first class passengers. >> to hear the reaction of the flight being delayed because of a gold star family and the first class cabin being that was upsetting. it made us cry more. >> stewart perry son's sergeant john perry was killed by a suicide bomber on november 12. >> one local group considers the eagles big winners before they take to the field in seattle. players gave a helping hand in replacing the equipment allowing the south philly sharks to play their game at the nova care
center in south philadelphia. they were crushed to find out they were targeted by thieves. the coach said the outpouring of support proved to be a very good lesson. >> it shows there's more good people than bad people. we may hear all the bad things. we have a good story and hear about good things happening in our community. >> lesson learned. the sharks lost the game, but they qualified for the national in florida. >> go sharks. a milestone for rocky next on "action news" sunday morning. >> machine and man, robotic drones will show off their moves and a whole lot more in philadelphia. the drones were created right here in the area. >> sky6 live hd taking live look right now, meteorologist karen rogers is back with the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. cold out there today! , better bundle up!
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us on a sunday morning, sky6 live hd overlooking philadelphia international airport. 7:43 a.m., 39 degrees out there. a big change from yesterday when it was like what, 72? >> reporter: yesterday's high, was 72. we had a chilly start to the day. today we have the winds and the windchills are nasty. storm tracker 6 live double scan around the region, what you're seeing near trenton, a little ground cover. i want to take you to the
poconos. a few light snow showers are happening. you're getting a few inches of snow in the poconos. north of i-78 mixed precipitation. this is lake-effect snow. you'll see a couple of bands during the day today. let's go outside and we've been looking at pretty shots. a good amount of cloud cover, a nice day if you're sitting in your house and warmly looking outside. live from our temple university camera. the windchills in the region, temperatures in the up err 30s, feel -- upper 30s, feels like 30 in philadelphia. 15 in poconos. 29 in millville. satellite and radar showing the first band that move there yesterday, that's a cold front that slipped through the area when we saw the yourself snow showers in the northwest. in montgomery we had light snowfall or sleet. now we're looking at clouds and snow showers moving through, this is just little thin band
coming off the great lakes, which is lake-effect snow. you can get a quick burst of snow and it goes away. future tracker 6 this is 11:30 a.m., the poconos they will get one to two inches with snow bands moving through the poconos. in the lehigh valley you could see a snow shower coming through. it will quickly dissipate. along the i-95 corridor maybe a sprinkle, the rest of us stay dry. the big deal today in the afternoon windchills in the mid 30s with the gusty winds. in philadelphia, maybe you see a stray sprinkle, it's mostly dry. in the lehigh valley you could see a snow shower that dissipates quickly. in the poconos that's the best chance of snow you'll get an inch or two of lake-effect snow bands moving through. day planner, 46 degrees, the big thing is that yesterday, was 72.
you will feel such a change in 24 hours. 2:00 p.m., 435. 4:00 p.m., 44. at 6:00 p.m., you're dipping back into the 30s. it's a day with clouds and sunshine in the poconos or the lehigh valley a quick snow shower moving through. let's check the overall high temperatures, philadelphia, 46 is the high. lehigh valley you'll do the low close to the mid 40s. 45 in trenton. along the coastline the upper 50s, even 50s for a high in dover. temperature quite a change from yesterday. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, it's windy today, colder than yesterday, 46 degrees for the high temperature. sunshine mixing with lots of clouds and snow shower to the north and west. tomorrow still a cold wind, 45 for the high, colder than that when you factor in the windchills. tuesday, not as harsh, 48, but the winds relax. wednesday is a big travel day before thanksgiving. 50 degrees for the high.
we're dry during the day. we'll have showers at night. it will be cloudy and damp on thursday for thanksgiving day and the parade be prepared for a shower or two during the day. 54 is the high. friday, partly sunny skies, 56. saturday, mostly cloudy skies and 53 degrees. we're looking at temperatures below average during the seven-day period, especially when i compare yesterday's high 72 which i must say felt pretty good. >> are we done with that kind of weather. >> reporter: i'm not seeing any # -- 70s on the maps. >> we can hope. >> one and lift off. >> that's awesome, the most advanced satellite ever built flew into our space as an effort to revolutionize weather forecasting and hopefully save
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the parse -- parson's dance company is known for their modern dance worldwide. they are opening their u.s. tour right here with robotic drones that perform side by side with the dancers. karen rogers has more in the 6abc loves the arts. >> reporter: the parson dance company is opening their u.s. tour with a program unlike anything you've ever seen especially made robotic drones performing side by side by the dancers. it's entitled the machine designed to explore the evolution of man and the machine. >> this whole fascinating world we're dealing with highly technical flying robots, the dancers need to mimic it.
>> the drones were created by engineers at drexel university excite center. >> i love kind of norvelg -- novel, crazy ideas. of course i was interested. >> reporter: students build a year building the drones synchronizing the regions to perform with music. >> we'll have a fleet of drones on stage moving could could cor- choreographically. >> we're a small group based on in new york city, we're fierce, we're well-known for taking risks. you'll see that in this piece. >> reporter: parson's dance companies performs at the prince theater. for tickets and showtimes visit springs theaters.org or 6abc
loves the arts. for are 6abc loves the arts i'm karen rogers. he gets a lot of compliments. he wears his army hat, walks around with his army shirt looking all nice. and then people just say, "thank you for serving our country" and i'm like, that's my dad. male vo: no one deserves a warmer welcome home. that's why we're hiring 10,000 members of the military community by the end of 2017. i'm very proud of him.
rocky's 40th anniversary. the best picture was released 1976. his portrayal of the ultimate underdog, it was followed by creed last year and of course, rocky earned a statue of the character spot in front of the philadelphia museum of art. there's seven movies in the rocky franchise. >> yo yo. looking for a repeat of
yesterday not going to happen, right? >> reporter: no repeat of yesterday. today is windy and colder, we'll continue to see wind gusts up 40, 50 miles per hour. 46 degrees is the high. the windchills will feel like the 30 in the afternoon. the suburbs feels like the 20s. a snow shower in the poconos or the lehigh valley. the rest of us stay dry. tomorrow, 45. tuesday, not as harsh 48 degrees. wednesday, sunshine and clouds, 50. rain wednesday night. looks like thanksgiving is damp, a shower during the day, cloudy skies and 54. friday, sunny and 56. cloudy an sunny on saturday, 53. >> "good morning america" weekend is next on channel 6. "action news" continues later this morning. >> we have details on a recall involving a popular dip.
>> plus should or should not you take aspirin to radios the risk of heart attacks. this morning new guidelines. plus, karen rogers will have the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast. now for gray hall, karen rogers, chris sowers and the entire "action news" team, i'm nydia han. have a great sunday! we'll see you back here at 9:00 a.m.
good morning, america. new overnight, building his team. donald trump starting a second day of meetings after sitting down with mitt romney. could he be the next secretary of state? and the contender who impressed secretary of defense. >> he is the real deal. >> who the president-elect will meet with today. >> the new "hamilton" dual, donald trump taking to twitter to demand the show apologize for a message sent from the stage to vice president-elect mike pence in the audience. >> we hope this show has inspired you to uphold our american values and to work on behalf of all of us. >> the fierce response online and outside the theater. >> winter blast. the first major snowstorm of the season takes aim at the northeast.