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be commander in chief. firing back after trump's comments that seem to blame his brother for the 9/11 attacks. and vice president joe biden getting key support. is he about to get into the race? and the punter whose mistake cost his team the game this weekend. >> and he scores! >> now getting bullied and death threats at his school. how his team and hometown are rallying to his defense. and good morning, america. cold monday here in new york. and look at this picture up here. mexico, new york. a live picture. nine inches of snow falling there. millions of americans getting their first taste of winter over the weekend. snow and bitter cold not over yet. 19 states under freeze warnings and watches this morning. >> we want to look at parish, new york. nice fall day. oh, not so much now. >> oh.
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snow. abc's rob marciano is in mexico, new york, and starts us off this morning. good morning, rob. >> reporter: good morning, robin. and hello, winter. how about this? it's the middle of october. yes, this is an area no stranger to snow. but this much coming this early, not too many people are happy about that. and this cold, bitter, arctic air mass extends across the entire eastern half of the u.s. >> it's too early for snow. >> reporter: this morning, the sentiment of millions. early snowfall bringing treacherous, miserable driving conditions. in upstate new york, icy roads responsible for more than 50 wrecks. >> we thought maybe a couple of inches. it kept coming and coming. and kept coming. >> reporter: up to nine inches falling in some areas. buffalo bills fans getting snowed on, too. thought it was christmas. >> reporter: snowmen surfacing before halloween pumpkins. in the mountains of vermont, whiteout conditions.
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from ohio to northern michigan, more than half a foot of snow covering some parts. marathoners in grand rapids enduring temperatures in the 30s while doing their 26.2-mile run. the runners endured the race. went on. underneath this snow some green grass and fall leaves. the official start of winter still two months away. school not cancelled today but plenty of time for that in the coming months. thank you. places. ginger, the 19 states on alert for freezing temperatures. >> oh, the frost and freeze warnings for the 19 states from mississippi to massachusetts. let's go to the map and show you the number. yes, we have tied records. place like raleigh, below freezing at this hour. macon. look at mt. washington. go to the top of the mountain
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it's 5. the wind chill, 21 below. a big warmup on the way. look at the highs. in the northern plains great lakes. that warmth is coming here. yes. we'll put on -- tack on 20 degrees or so as we get toward the midweek. it's not over. the drier, warm stretch is coming. now the breaking news. two diverted flights. a possible fight on a southwest jet. leaving l.a.x. mechanical failure on a jetblue plane. david kerley has more on that. >> reporter: the southwest flight was an emergency landinin a late flight from l.a.x. to san francisco. the pilot came back to l.a. because of an altercation, apparently because of two passengers. the fbi involved. rand questioning those involved. we're getting early reports of a man and a woman. the man was angered that the woman in front of him had reclined the seat. we have heard that before. that investigation ongoing. the jetblue flight, ft. lauderdale into massachusetts. flaps got stuck. the pilot circled. people got sick from the circling around. he decided to put it down in
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it's a longer runway. without the flaps, you need a little longer to land. they made it to the gate. the southwest incident is under investigation. >> you're in virginia for some news on drones. we'll come back to you for that. we'll turn to the race for president now. the bitter feud between donald trump and jeb bush heating up, bush for not stopping the 9/11 attacks. jeb is fighting back. jon karl has the latest. >> reporter: jeb bush, once thought to be the clear republican front-runner, now finds himself in an increasingly nasty war of words with the real front-runner, donald trump. he was once considered the candidate to beat. but jeb bush is down in the polls, collecting less cash, and lashing out at donald trump, commander in chief. >> he talks about things as though he's still on "the he's not taking the possibility of being the president of the
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>> reporter: this after trump went after george w. bush. suggesting he bears responsibility for 9/11. >> when you talk about george bush, say what you want. the world trade center came down during his time. if you look at sandy hook -- >> wait, you can't blame george bush. >> he was president. don't blame him or don't blame him, but he was president. >> reporter: a charge trump didn't back down from on sunday. >> jeb said we were safe with my brother. we were safe. well, the world trade center just fell down. am i trying to blame him? i'm not blaming anybody. the world trade center came down. >> reporter: trump suggested it wouldn't have happened on his watch because the hijackers wouldn't have made it into the country if he was president. >> what would you have done? >> i doubt that those people would have been in the country. >> reporter: over the weekend, bush's campaign released a new video, ridiculing trump on
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dealing with killers. people that go -- let me tell you, i'm really smart guy. >> reporter: the latest national poll, jeb bush is trailing not just trump, but carson, cruz, even when it comes to fund-raising, which was thought to be his biggest advantage, he was outraised last quarter by the soft-spoken political newcomer dr. ben carson, who week." >> what do you make of that? >> i would probably ask him. what he meant by that. i seriously doubt that he's saying george w. bush is to blame for it. >> reporter: it's not just trump. bush is also fighting with marco rubio, who he once considered to be the future of the republican party. he now sees as his main competition to becoming the alternative to trump. george. >> also republican in-fighting about the benghazi committee where hillary clinton will testify on thursday.
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>> reporter: that's right. she'll be there for eight hours of testimony on thursday. the chairman of that committee trey gowdy is telling fellow republicans to shut up about what they're doing. he's annoyed by comments by republicans on the committee talking about how it's doing political damage to hillary clinton. the biggest example of that was kevin mccarthy. >> let's talk about the democrats now. matt dowd is here. and of course, the big story right now, joe biden. likely to make a decision within the next couple of days. in or out? you have been saying in. >> if you're looking for a candidate, the goldilocks candidate, authentic like bernie experienced like hillary clinton, he's your person. he needs to decides fairly quickly. >> a new poll out showing hillary clinton maintaining her lead. slipping in a couple of points the number of democrats who support joe biden and want him to get in going down. >> he can't become hamlet on the delaware. that's part of the problem with
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waiting this long. i think he has the next 48, 72 hours to get in. i think he has to get in before the benghazi testimony. in the polling he's ge from a majority to a plurality now doesn't want him to get in. he needs to decide quickly. >> meanwhile, bernie sanders going strong. the impression by larry david on "saturday night live" this weekend. >> i'm an outsider. the only candidate up here who is not a billionaire. i don't have a superpac. i don't have a backpack. i carry my stuff around loose in my arms like a professor between classes. i own one pair of underwear. that's it. some of these billionaires, they got three, four pairs. >> bernie sanders loved it. he says he wants larry david to play him out on the stump. it's a sign that sanders is breaking through and affecting the debate. >> absolutely. he has this immense authenticity. he took that on in the aftermath of that and he laughed about that. he said he had more than one pair of underwear.
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bernie sanders polls at 25%, 26%, 27%. he'll keep that. >> that impersonation was spot on. now to a hack attack targeting the head of the cia. director john brennan's personal accounts apparently breached by a high school student. abc's pierre thomas is in washington with the details. >> repepter: this hacker told "the new york post" that he infiltrated a private e-mail at of john brennan. the hacker said he got access to brennan's application for security clearance. and private information about other top officials. the cia tells us we're aware of the reports on social media and have referred the matter to appropriate authorities. robin? >> also some claims about homeland security. secretary johnson's account? >> this appears less serious. the hacker claims to have gotten into a private cable account of secretary johnson. law enforcement officials tell me that claim is also under investigation. >> you're staying on top of it for us, pierre.
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now the real life horror at a zombie convention, zombicon. gunfire erupting. killing one person and injuring at least five others. police still searching for the shooter. ryan smith has the story. >> reporter: good morning, robin. zombie-con is a massive party of thousands. ten years running. what was supposed to be a celebration of the living dead took a horrifying turn. >> reporter: this morning, police on the hunt for a killer. one dead, injuring five others. running for their lives. the chaos at the annual zombicon florida. a massive party. which attracts nearly 20,000 zombie lovers every year but at 11:45 p.m., the event turned from spooky to tragic. [ gunshots ] those gunshots sending throngs of revelers fleeing. fake blood, adding to the confusion.
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we're like, wait, was that real? >> reporter: 20-year-old expavious tyrell taylor was killed in the shooting. >> we need ems. gunshot to the head. >> reporter: this man, one of several treated for gunshot wounds. >> i looked at my hand. there's a giant hole in it. >> reporter: police leaving no stone unturned. asking attendees to turn over pictures and videos. hoping for any clue to track down those responsible. authorities don't know if one or more people are responsible.e. they're reviewing surveillance videos to try to find suspects. so far, they haven't released a motive. robin. to a major crackdown on drones. the government issuing new rules today. after a number of close encounters with planes and people. let's go to david kerley with this story. hey, david. >> reporter: good morning, george. this morning, you know, i could go out to a store and buy a drone, and i could fly it like this one that's coming into our shot right here. as long as i'm five miles away
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from an airport. don't go higher than 400 feet. i'm away from a populated area. later this morning, that is going to change. this morning, new rules expected to be floated about drones like these. because users have put these craft in dangerous situations. we have heard those commercial pilots complaining. remote-controlled devices are in their air space. >> we almost got hit by a drone, just to let you know up here, just about 20 feet. >> kennedy tower, for your information, we just saw a little drone below us. >> we just spotted a drone over here by hawthorne. >> a drone to your left side? >> yes, sir. >> reporter: drones now affordable. their availability far out in front of new rules. this morning, the department of transportation and its faa expected to announce that anyone buying a drone will have to register it with the government. the secretary hinted as much when we talked to him this summer. >> the ability of someone to go the countertop, anyplace in
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things without having any ability to trace the ownership of these things creates a bit of a problem from an enforcement standpoint. >> reporter: the new rules may not be in place for christmas. and drones this holiday season expected to be a popular gift. statements are that a total of 750,000 d dnes are estimated to be sold this year. now, there are registration numbers on thihidrone that we're using. it's a professional drone. they start to register the dronon, it will give them m way to track i i will you be able to find thehe person who is flying it? because the faa currently relies on local authorities to actually go ahead and enforce the rules about flying the drones in the wrong spots. george, back to you. >> a good pilot for that one. tom llamas in for amy today. starting with the takedown of a top terrorist. >> the leader of an al qaeda cell accused of plotting attacks
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in a drone strike in syria. the pentagon says sanafi al nasr led a group that funneled money into syria. secretary of state john kerry is cling for calm as violence escalates in the middle east. the latest attack at a bus station. an israeli soldier was killed overnight. a bystander initially mistaken for the shooter died of his injuries. >> a deadly shooting at a minnesota hospital. case being guarded by police grabbed a sheriff's deputy's gun, fatally shooting him. he was a 24-year veteran on the force. >> new york mets are halfway to the world series. daniel murphy's fifth home run of the post season powered cubs. the mets lead the series, 2-0. that guy's bat is on fire. and the deflate rematch colts turned out to be deflating for the colts fans. the colts trying to pull off this bizarre fake punt. critics calling it the worst
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fake in nfl history. one sports writer criticizing chuck pagano for letting it happen, saying what the chuck? the patriots won 34-27. what the chuck, guys. what the chuck. >> very careful when you say that. >> just one letter.. it has to end right there. >> panic. >> i was nervous saying it. i said it about t 0 times just make sure. >it brings us to the e xt story. the state of michigan ststned by a last-sececd mistake on the field.
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that in 30 sececds. and we're coming up on 7:17 with the epic fail in the final seconds of the michigan-michigan state football game. jesse has that. >> it was an unbelievable botched last play of the game. it shocked players and fans and there's still fallout this morning. >> trouble with the snap. and the ball is free! it's picked up by michigan state! jaylen watts jackson. and he scores! on the last play of the game! >> reporter: this is the most hated man in michigan this morning. 22-year-old university of michigan punter blake o'neill. an australian who played his first american football game last year. his team up two points against hated rival michigan state. all he had to do was kick the done successfully seven times in the game. he fumbled the snap. instead of falling on the ball, he tried to kick it. >> what just happened? what the hell just happened? >> reporter: in an instant, he
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became infamous. getting death threats on twitter. kill yourself, you just cost us the game. another tweeting, hate you. please transfer. the backlash prompting an open letter from michigan's athletic director, jim hackett. i'm asking that our community not lose this game twice by cone doning thoughtless commmmts. back h he, words of comfort.t. people need to pull their head in and think before they sayay #it's only a game. thousands more who recognize their own kids in thehe punt ter's plight. i'm proud yoyore on the team i root for. stay positive. >> not everything coming up positive for the person who made the touchdown. he broke his hip after being tackled by his teammates. they had a less than 1% chance to win the game before that punt. it's important to know that they're not professional athletes.
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th make mistakes. it's plays like that that make the rivalries in college football so special. >> absolutely. all right, jesse. thank you. i know you had a great weekend. much more ahead this monday morning. the latest on lamar odom's recovery. new reports that he is conscious and communicating. the sign he gave khloe. new details about what happened. the couple who walked away from a fiery plane krsh.
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able to survive. and coming up here on "gma," the dramatic turn for lamar odom. khloe kardashian. that's coming up and now let's
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these pictures. damage from glendale, arizona. this close to las vegas, nevada, three-quarters of an inch of@% rain quickly falling. moreeavy rain in the texas
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soon turned into a blaze claiming 50 acres of corn just 5 miles south of le mars iowa, a small shed ignited just before one oclock yesterday afternoon and it wasn't long before cinders from the shed blew into a nearby field, causing a raging inferno that stretched across 50 acres of standing corn. by the time fire crews from the le mars fire and rescue department got to the scene, fire chief dave schipper says the second fire broke out. jessica rae: the fire has been ruled accidental, jessica
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let's check in with for the weather. matt: we'll now check current conditions where temperatures are in the upper 50s and lower 60s. the wind is directed from the south and southwest. it's very dry and a red flag warning is in effect during this afternoon in eastern siouxland - please avoid all outdoor burning! today we highlight a breezy south and southwest wind. dry air and sunshine are
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ing us som welcome back to "gma." you're looking live at mexico, new york. hit so hard by the snowstorm. nine inches falling. the fifit snow of the season for millions of f ericans. the biggest blblt of cold air sticks around for anotr day. >> ginger, still two months until the official start? the official start? >> can you check the calendar, please? >> the lake-effect snow zones are okay. but the rest of us, oh, man. the first time you've said lake-effect. >> mark it down. the e te is? too early. other headlines. a southwest jet forced to make an emergency landing at l.a.x. the plane turning around after takeoff because of an alleged
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fight between passengers over a reclining seat. how many times do we hear that? the fbi is investigating. and brand-new guidelines this morning f f expectant moms. the top doctors' group saying no alcohol is acceptable. during pregnancy. even women trying to conceive should not be drinking. also this morning, a daredevil biker. look at this. ll off the cliff. 40 feet. took about five seconds. no serious injuries. heot up and finished the race. >> he finished the race? >> that fall is crazy. >> i'm going to talk to him in a little bit. we begin this half hour with former nba star lamar odom showininsigns of recovery this morning aftetewaking up from that coma. abc's kayna whitworth has been following the story from las vegas. >> reporter: good morning to you. lamar odom is still in the icu at this las vegas hospital. according to a source close to
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adding that visitation is limited to next of kin and that khloe kardashian is making people sign a confidentiality agreement. this morning, lamar odom defying the odds. sources close to the situation telling abc news that since waking up from a coma friday, the former nis showing signs of improvement. able to text, smile, and communicate with loved ones, reportedly giving a thumbs up and saying hi to his former wife, khloe kardashian, who hasn't left his bedside. family members says lamar is doing very well. by the grace of god, he's doing surrounded by family throughout the weekend. his children seen smiling in the photos after leaving the hospital on friday. the kardashians returning to las vegas to join khloe. kim posting this photo and saying, i'm so happy kendall and i could make you smile today. odom's improvement, sisidays ago, odom was rushed to
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the hospital after being found unresponsive. in this brothel outside of las vegas. >> they can't get him to wake up. >> reporter: new details emerging. from his three-day visit to the love ranch. odom racking up a bill totalling nearly $80,000. the ranch owner telling abc news odom negotiated the rates himself and was planning to stay there for up to five days. >> there are thousands of celebrities that come to the ranch. some for extended stays. two, three, four weeks at a time. they're buying a good time in a private environment. >> reporter: the ranch says odom was the first celebrity to have the women at the brothel sign a confidentiality agreement. yet he still wanted to be alone mondayayight. >> the night before he was hospitalized, he told the girls he wanted to spend that night alone. >> reporter: now the ranch employee who picked up lamar on saturday said that in the hour and a half drive, he talked a lot
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about his family. especially how impactful it was to lose his mother at such a young age. a source close to the situation saying they plan to move lamar to a los angeles hospital as soon as possible. they're saying that could happen in the next 48 hours. >> all right, kayna, thank you. >> boy, what a story. we turn to the fiery small plane crash in texas. the pilot t d his wife lucky to be a live. after their plane hit a power line. they described what happened in this exclusive with ryan owens. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: good morning to you. this is quite the survival story. parachute. boy, did it come in handy. one look, it's impossible to believe anyone survived this plane crash. almost without a scratch. >> so fast. >> it just happened too quick. >> reporter: those survivors telling abc news exclusively, their plane's parachute is the only thing that stood between
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theyeyaid as they began their descent south of dallas this weekend, their landing gear clipped a powerline. the man has been a pilot for nearly four decades. his wife, laura, who sustained a broken clavicle who made the lifesaving move. >> i went to grab the handle for the parachute. my wife had already pulled it. >> reporter: the plane's giant chute became tangled up in the power lines. stopping the plane's crash and leaving the couple dangling not far from the ground. >> the parachute saved our lives. i turned the plane off. both of us said, let's get out of here. >> get out.. >> reporter: they literally opened the plane door and jumped to safety. somehow avoiding being electrocuted by the powerlines that seconds later caused their plane to burst into flames. >> it sounded like an explosion. almost like a bomb going off. >> reporter: tens of thousands of small planes equipped with these parachutes.
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they're designed to be deployed like this, when an engine stalls. it happened to this pilot earlier this year, before he was saved by the coast guard. the parachute may not be designed to be pulled so close to the ground. but without a doubt, it saved this couple. who this morning is already eager to get back in the air with one condition. >> i can't wait. hopefully, we'll be able to have another plane. and, of course, it will have a parachute. >> reporter: of course. so about 30,000 of these parachutes have been installed on smaller planes. again, this is not exactly how they were designed to be used. but robin and george, tough to argue with these results. >> absolutely. >> came in handy. coming up, big warning this morning for people shopping on what you need to watch out for
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this morning. we're back now with amazon, taking action against some
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people writing reviews that help you make purchases. rebecca jarvis is here with the story. >> reporter: hi, lara. good morning to you. this is a serious problem all over the internet. as many as 30%, almost 1 out of every 3 reviews may be fake. and this morning, the world's largest retailer online is cracking down. those online reviews. we rely on them to tell us where to stay, what books to read, which clothes to buy. are real people really writing them? this morning, amazon suing more than 1,000 allegedly fake reviewers, offering their services on the online marketplace for posting ads like this one, promising an awesome five-star review for just five bucks. satisfaction guaranteed. >> if people notice there's now fake-seeming reviews, they won't trust amazon. amazon is going to lose that value ad.
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>> reporter: look how easy they are to find. i go on fiverr. type in amazon reviews. just like that, dozens of people offering to write a review for five bucks. in the complaint filed last week, amazon calls the fake reviewers' actions unfair and deceptive. adding they knew that amazon's policies prohibited both paid and fictional reviews. and tanner -- tanner issued amazon's brand. we actively remove services that violate our terms of use. and respond promptly. >> i will write a positive review. >> reporter: i spoke to 17-year-old casey two years ago who said she wrote hundreds of glowing reviews for four bucks a pop. she's not advertising on fiverr and not part of the lawsuit. >> i feel like these people are going to pay somebody to write a review anyway. it might as well just be me. >> reporter: have you ever renovated a bathroom? >> no. i'm 17.
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in fewer fake reviews. it's clear they're getting serious about stopping the problem. >> reporter: how do you spot a fake? if something sounds fishy, copy and paste a phrase from the review into a search engine. often fake reviewers are using one review everywhere, just making small tweaks. you can tell. it will pop up everywhere and see a bunch of results. >> that's a great idea. >> all right. i want to know. any dead giveaways to whether or not a review is fake? >> if you're looking at it, look for corporate speak. a brand name. specific model number. a discount code or a link to a place to purchase, that often means it's not real. it's paid for because they have an incentive to push you in the right direction. >> makes sense. >> really important. thank you so much. and coming up on "good morning america," tracy morgan's triumphant return to "saturday night live." and up next, caught on camera, a daredevil mountain biker. taking this terrifying fal tumbling off a cliff. you said he finished the race?
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>> it's an abc news exclusive. the abc news exclusive in "the speed feed."
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check out this daredevil mountain biker crashes off the cliff at the red bull rampage competition. >> oh, no. no. oh, my god. >> oh, my gosh. nickolai is okay. believe it or not. he got up and finished the race. he joins us by skype. thank you for joining us this morning. what happened? >> it was the craziest experience i ever had. lining on the most technical and most difficult part of it. just made a slight mistake and went tumbling down a massive cliff. >> the fall only took a few seconds. it must have felt like a lifetime. >> oh, it felt like maybe ten seconds, a minute even. i remember everything so vividly. i remember trying to stop myself. and realizing i wouldn't be able to stop. and then just catching air and falling off the cliff. i was scared for my life in that moment. i didn't know what to think at all. >> once you landed, what were you thinking? what were you feeling?
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happened? >> as soon as i landed, i felt i saw a little bit of blood dripping from my face. started walking around. the medics told me to stay down. i couldn't help but get up and walk. luckily, i felt like i was okay. >> how did you make the decision to get back on the bike? and i got up on it, i felt it was all okay. i got back on and continued. >> you took the huge canyon gap, too. >> the canyon gap is definitely the scariest jump i ever did in my life. hitting that right away was definitely helped by the adrenaline. >> have you ever had a worse fall? >> no, i definitely, it has to be the most terrifying fall of my life. >> you have the scratch on your nose. how are you feeling? >> somehow, besides the mangles face, i'm 100% okay. i'm really lucky. >> you're going to keep on racing? >> mountain biking is my life, my passion. can't stop.
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>> we're glad you're okay. morning. >> thank you very much. >> he's doing great. he wanted to give a shoutout to paul bass, a fellow biker. race and they're all praying for >> so lucky. >> and there's helmet cam video of the crash. it's dizzying. when you look at what he saw as he tumbled down the mountain. >> to finish that and go do the canyon gap after that? >> i don't know. i'm never mountain biking again. >> you're out? >> out. out. drop the mike. when we come back, new warning about helicopter parenting. experts saying it could be hurting your child's future. what you can do about it coming up. and big news about oprah and
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come on back. we all know it's been an incredibly active pacific as far as typhoons go. the northern hemisphere,
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philippines. jessica rae: good morning we've got a quick news update for you now... jessica rae: one siouxland family is now publically reacting to the news the woman who killed their daughter, will not serve her full sentence. autumn elgersma, a 3 years old in orange city, died 2 years ago when her daycare provider threw her down the stairs. rochelle sapp pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter and child endangerment resulting in autumn's death and was sentenced to 100 years in prison. but autumn's shocked and judge cut that thursday. "i was completely blown away. i did not even know that was an option for the judge to reconsider it when rochelle had signed a plea agreement. i believe that he completely forgot who the true autumn's family
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bothers them the they don't feel as though sapp has remorse, even in her court appearances. jessica let's check in with weather. matt: we'll now check current conditions where temperatures are in the upper 50s and lower 60s. the wind is directed southwest. it's very warning is in effect during this
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. shark attack in paradise. >> a swimmer's in distress. >> the struggle to fight off a ten-foot shark in hawaii. the bystanders rush in. to save a swimmer's life. brand-new guidelines revealed overnight. the strong stand against women drinking any alcohol during pregnancy. why the okay on occasional drinks is being rolled back right now. the story of my life and tracy morgan's triumphant return. >> thank you so much. no, i'm just playing. y'all thought for a minute that was real.
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on-stage reunion after the crash that nearly took his life. and it's late night in the daylight. jimmy kimmel is with us live. taking over times square. >> good morning, america. i would like to introduce you to me, and me, and me, and me, and me. >> what a great way to start the week. jimmy. >> guillermo. >> with our audience outside here in times square. we have a lot of fun with them. just ahead. >> a big week in brooklyn comes up. also this morning. your new warning about helicopter parenting. could overbearing parents be kids? one mom thinks so. pushing these kids too hard may be hurting them. she says. also ahead, we're kicking off our brand-new series "turn back time." helping you turn back the clock with the newest anti-aging
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treatments. first up, how to turn your frown the other way around. >> smile. let's go to tom llamas with the morning rundown. the big story. the nasty war of words between jeb bush and donald trump. bush is taking a swipe at trump with a new campaign video ridiculing his lack of knowledge or national security. it all started with trump's comments on 9/11, implying bush's brother, george w. bush, failed to keep the country safe. trump says he was not trying to blame the president for the terror attack. trump says it would not have happened had he been president. trump suggesting his immigration policy could have prevented the hijackers from entering the u.s. and the deadly violence is spreading beyond jerusalem. a palestinian attacker opened fire inside a bus station in southern israel. killing a soldier before he was shot dead. a bystander mistaken for an accomplice was also killed in
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the cross fire. now to the blue waters off the coast of hawaii. a terrifying shark encounter. the victim is in critical condition this morning. matt gutman has more. >> get out of the water! >> reporter: chaos on this hawaii beach this weekend. >> swimmer's in distress. >> reporter: the beach on the east coast of oahu closing after a 44-year-old resident was attacked by what eyewitnesses describe as a ten-foot tiger shark. >> we're looking at the guy right now. he's in bad condition it looks like. >> reporter: the victim was swimming with a friend a quarter on the beach. >> he fought off the shark, i was screaming help, waving to >> reporter: two good samaritans, a father and son in canoes, racing in to help. >> the dad took his shirt off and used it as a tourniquet. which probably saved my friend's life. >> reporter: others on the beach rushing in to help his friend. the victim rushed to the hospital in critical condition.
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this is now the sixth shark attack in hawaii this year. 25-year-old surfer colin cook speaking out after losing a leg and several fingers just over a week ago. >> it had serious power. >> reporter: bystanders on the beach using his surfboard's leash as a tourniquet, likely saving his life. for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. >> we thank matt for that story. a moving memorial for a special member of our abc news family. friends, family, and colleagues gathered to remember dr. jamie zimmerman. she died in a drowning accident in hawaii. she was just 31. a foundation was established in her honor. and in health news, an emphatic warning from top doctors about pregnancy and alcohol. the american academy of pediatrics says pregnant women should not drink alcohol at all. even women trying to conceive
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the group found fetal alcohol syndrome is an underdiagnosed cause of issues in children. a big move by oprah this morning. she's spending $43 million to buy a 10% stake in weight watchers. she's joining the company's brand, as well. finally, one father came up with a unique way to warn his daughter's date not to cross any lines at the homecoming dance. check this out. that's his daughter and her boyfriend on the left before the dance. on the right, there's the dad, who also posed right there with the boyfriend. the caption posted online, whatever you do to my daughter,ly do to you. george? >> oh, wow. >> i don't know about that. i know you have daughters. i have one. i kind of like this guy's style. he's sending a message. >> you're looking very closely. >> you like this style? >> he is setting a tone there. >> i like the intent. >> you did that. that might be a little weird. >> don't we have something on helicoptering in "pop?" >> yeah. >> all fits together. after lara in the social
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>> thank you, george. here's whats a coming up on our "gma morning menu" -- return. and then, helicopter parenting. this was an alert. could helping your kids too much the actually hurt them? then, look who's here? i love guillermo. he's periscoping live. you can watch him there. or you can watch us here. we'll go outside. we have one more very special person. we have to get out here. jimmy kimmel is here. how do you put up with this? he's periscoping. we're cheering. we have jimmy. we have guillermo.
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"gma." he's like cher. like oprah. just needs one name. guillermo is here. he's periscoping. >> hi, everyone. >> you don't have to worry about turning back time. we'll show you the beauty secrets this morning that could turn your frown upside down. don't know where to look.
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if i could reach the stars welcome back to "gma." time for our "gma heat index." and this morning's -- wait for it. [ bell rings ] hot button. tracy morgan's triumphant return to "saturday night live." his first appearance since a devastating car crash last year that nearly took his life. abc's linsey davis has more on an emotional return. good morning, linsey.
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moments on the stage, he talked about his horrific crash. then he joked about it. people are wondering, can he speak? does he have 100% capacity? but the truth is i never did. then off to the races to make people laugh again. for those who say laughter is the best form of therapy, tracy morgan stood before a live television audience as proof. >> thank you so much. no, i'm just playing. y'all thought for a minute that was real. >> reporter: an emotional comeback for morgan on "saturday night live." the same stage that made him a house hold name. speak? does he have 100% mental capacity? but the truth is, i never did. i might actually be a few points higher now. >> reporter: his "30 rock" co-stars tina fey and alec baldwin both by his side. >> good god, tracy. >> i'm black and better than ever. >> reporter: and bringing some of his most over-the-top
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characters back to life. >> i'm brian fellows. this is astronaut jones. i'll call you back, oprah. all i ever wanted to do was dance, lady. >> reporter: it was hard to tell just last year the 46-year-old was critically injured in fatal crash. >> there's a terrible accident. the car flipped. it's on its side. >> reporter: this walmart tractor trailer collided with the limo van morgan was riding in. seriously injuring the actor and two orethers. and killing the star's friend and fellow comedian, james mcnair. five weeks. settling a lawsuitwalmart for an undisclosed amount this summer. morgan's been on a long road to recovery. receiving a standing ovation while taking the stage last month at his surprise emmy appearance. >> it's been a long road back. i was ecstatic to learn i wasn't the one who messed up. >> reporter: on this particular night, it was as if he never left. >> but i'm back. it feels so good to be here. >> yes. it was part reunion and part
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morgan reprising his most popular "snl" characters including astronaut jones, brian fellows, safari planet. we have to mention larry david as bernie sanders. but the general consensus among critics is that he was back, and better. just as funny as ever before. >> didn't lose a beat at all. >> and where is jackie chan at any way? >> so much energy. >> the whole cast coming back was great. >> one of the better shows in awhile. yeah. >> it was. thank you, lindsey. next up, helicopter parenting. hearing those words gets the debate going. one mom saying it could be ruining a whole generation of kids. ruining? jesse has that story. >> reporter: some people think that by overprotecting our children, we're raising a generation of children underprepared for the real world. how do you avoid that if you're a parent? we have tips from the author of the book "how to raise an
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parenting styles can vary. from too relaxed. >> i'll not like a regular mom, i'm a cool mom. >> reporter: to too protective. >> i'm getting rid of everything in the house that has gluten or sugar. >> reporter: to so-called helicopter parenting. where parents hover over their kids' every move. could overbearing parents be harming their kids? >> kids grow up, they can't do for themselves. they don't have the skills needed in the work place. they have higher anxiety and depression. >> reporter: julie lythcott-haims, a former dean at stanford university and an author, believes parents who hover could ruin the next generation. >> we're overstepping their independence, leading to harm. >> reporter: one woman writing, children should learn how to solve their own problems. drowning, you're not going to walk away. cut their children off. own life. >> reporter: according to
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lythcott-haims. a parent herself of two teens. if you're overdoing it, there are ways to take a step back. first, stop saying "we" when we forring to your kids. >> what if we lose this? i said we. >> yeah, you do that sometimes. >> i'm so sorry. >> reporter: second, stop arguing with the adults in their lives. this includes coaches and teachers. and finally, stop doing their homework for them. >> our job as parents is to put ourselves out of a job. >> here's two more tips. parents should avoid being a concierge to their kids. making sure they get up on time. meet their deadlines. so on, so forth. here's one the kids won't like. have them do chores. this builds a sense of accountability, real life, and skills and work ethic. >> was this field research for you? >> i'm thinking back to what my parents said. make your bed. it gives you accountability. and real-life work ethic skills. >> and look at you now. >> look at you. >> yeah, look ame. a great example.
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>> thank you, jesse. time now for our brand-new anti-aging series we're launching to help you -- you hear cher, turn back time. you remember when jack did that on "will & grace "? >> i do. i do. >> you may have heard the old chinese proverb every smile makes you a day younger. if you feel yours has faded to a frown, a new treatment may be able to help you get back your smile. mara schiavocampo has the story. >> reporter: it's no secret. ladies love a lush lip. >> i have temporary lip fillers. it's just an insecurity of mine. it's what i wanted to do. if my sisters can own up to their insecurities, then so can i. >> reporter: and kylie jenner is not alone. other celebrities like lady gaga, jennifer hudson, and jessica simpson have all admitted to trying cosmetic lip fillers. >> kiss those lines good-bye.
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>> reporter: recently, filler erer juvederm ultra xc has claimed to have results lasting up to a year. >> in the past, i needed to repeat the procedure every six months or so. >> reporter: this temporary lip filler can help women from all walks of life. >> the corners turn down. it makes them look unpleasant. this product fixes the fine lines around the lips by smoothing them out. it turns up the corners of the lips and can add a little bit of volume to the lip itself. the whole procedure takes about ten minutes. >> reporter: it can be uncomfortable. and might cause swelling for a few days. the drawbacks are minimal in comparison to laser and other surgeries. >> if done properly, the results can be extremely natural. it makes people more pleasant. more self-confident. >> reporter: for "good morning america," mara schiavocampo, abc news, new york. >> and the doctor making a house call. thank you so much for that. we saw the treatments. that -- that you can use. but it's also not just cosmetic.
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about the frown, too. isn't there? >> as a normal part of the aging process, we tend to lose volume and support in the corners of the mouth. they tend to turn down. it can make you look older and can lead to a medical condition called kelitis. saliva can pool in the corners of the mouth. think about what saliva does to a cracker. it actually digests -- it breaks down a cracker. the same thing is happening when saliva comes in contact with your skin night after night. >> what kind of treatment is there? >> you can try an over-the-counter hydrocortisone cream. you can place a drop of a filler there. imagine that the sponge represents the hyaluronic acid.
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it adds volume and hydrates the skin from beneath the surface. you can see that in the before and after. over here, in one of my patients. it literally turned her frown back up. >> you can see that from the pictures. talk about. between the mouth and the nose. that that shows your age. lines. filled folds. more natural look. by simply placing filler right into those lines, yeah, you can make the lines go away. you don't necessarily look younger. in fact, in some patients, it makes the lower face look heavy. the lift was just fda approved for treatment in the cheeks. you can lift and smooth those smile lines away from above. take a look at that after. >> wow. i don't know. i kind of like it. it's like a badge of honor that you're so happy -- no, i just felt like i had to say that.
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but thank you very much. i know a lot of people, it's a concern. you want to, whatever works best for you. >> exactly. exactly. >> beautiful. let's go outside now to ginger. >> oh, on a chilly morning. i got all my friends. some of them coming back from the bahamas. oh, my goodness! what a slap in the face this cold is. let's talk about what happened. remember, we had near record warmth. now marquette, michigan, with the snow on the ground. you can see some of the fall leaves in the background there. don't worry. the warmth is coming back. it comes with fire watches and warnings up through parts of illinois. then moves east. chicago close to 80 by wednesday after spending the weekend in the 30s.weekend, a south wind takes over and returns some warmer air to the region. the wind will turn southwest and we'll get 60s and 70s back into the picture. that warming trend will carry us to the 80s early next week. today's high temperature is 59 with mostly sunny skies. the overnight low is 33 with clear skies and patchy frost likely. tomorrow's high
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temperature is 65 and we'll see mostly sunny skies along with a light breeze from the southeast. we'll now check current co >> i am loving this look. look, it's the boots up to the mittens. my ladies from shelbyville, indiana. doing it right this morning. lara? >> all right, ginger. thank you so much. time for "pop news" everybody. good morning. and, there's the music. less than two months until you're taken to a galaxy far, far away. that's when the new "star wars" movie hits theaters. and this morning, the official poster, there it is, making its intergalactic debut on "good morning america." and later tonight, a trailer for the movie will premier during espn's "monday night football" half time. and listen to this, the minute the trailer ends, tickets go on sale at movie theaters and online for the movie. >> already?
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>> two months before. >> december 18th debut. >> it's huge. >> get on your buns and go online. princess leia costumes await. also in "pop news" this morning, nothing like the bond between a mother and daughter. over the weekend, beyonce and blue ivy showing theirs. taking in the janet jackson concert in l.a. they went backstage and posed with some of the kids who performed during the show. beyonce and blue. >> can we take the banner down? she's so beautiful. >> oh, there you go, little blue ivy. >> hello. >> that banner just magically disappeared. >> please remove the banner! i have spoken. >> kill it. kill it now. >> and so it shall be gone. >> removeth thy banner. >> jesse, don't try it.
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>> yeah. so, to continue. not only were bey and blue there, channing tatum, tagging along with his wife and her girlfriends. he sang a few favorites. during the ride to the show. then he posted them on instagram. take a look. let's go escapade we'll have a good time >> choreographed in the car. that's amazing. channing, you are remarkable. any way, janet touring all over the country through jun 2016. >> check it out. >> i heard it's a good show. >> are you a fan? >> i am after that. this is also, i think, an important note for all of us. talking about sleep. we do it all the time. if you wake up in the middle of the night and have trouble falling back to sleep, try listening to a boring podcast. it does work. >> really? >> research showing -- this is
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not a "pop news investigation." research shows this satisfies the language center of your brain, tuning your thoughts out. while they did not name specific podcasts, the study, which we first saw in the daily mail, suggests using boring subject matter. slow monotonous voice. including foods for your dinner that contain serotonin, like bananas, bread. >> you can watch one of my late night espn college football games. puts you right to sleep. all that in-depth analysis. george is smirking the whole time. take the hit on that one. >> i'm always here for all of you. >> thank you. >> you're welcome, america. and hopefully, you'll like this. another contender for the cutest halloween costume. i arrgh-ue. that this kitty is a landlubber. considering that cats hate water. >> amazing. >> i call him captain hook.
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he looks like he's got -- standing on two feet. his hook ready to go. >> that's perfect. >> who did this to me? who did this? >> he's coming after you. for putting him in that costume. that is "pop news." >> good way. jimmy kimmel is here.
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>> are we interrupting? jessica rae: what started out as a mild shed fire, soon turned into a blaze claiming 50 acres of corn just 5 miles south of le mars iowa, a small shed ignited just before one oclock yesterday afternoon and it wasn't long before cinders from the shed blew into a nearby field, causing a raging inferno that stretched across 50 acres of standing corn. by the time fire crews from the le mars fire and rescue department got to the scene, fire chief dave schipper says the second fire broke out. jessica rae: the fire has been ruled accidental,
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jessica let's check in with for the weather. matt: we'll now check current conditions where temperatures are in the upper 50s and lower 60s. the wind is directed from the south and southwest. it's very dry and a red flag warning is in effect during this afternoon in eastern siouxland - please avoid all outdoor burning! today we highlight a breezy south and southwest wind. dry air and sunshine are going to team up to bring us some very warm temperatures this afternoon as highs exceed 80 degrees. a cold front boundary will sit over siouxland tuesday and into wednesday. this will have a pretty minor effect on our weather. we'll see
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possibly a few showers. the cold front sweeps through by wednesday morning and we'll see temperatures fall off with highs diminishing into the
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these podiums. what are you supposed to do with your elbows? rest them on top? they're too short. [ cheers and applause ] >> so funny. welcome back to "good morning america." funny moment, larry david playing bernie sanders. a dead-on impersonation. that brings us to -- >> right now, it's time to count down the "top 5." >> wow, we got animation. this morning's "top 5," we're counting down the five best political impressions.
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george, you're up. >> larry is at the top of the the list right now. here's number five. jay pharaoh as barack obama. >> okay, so you're telling me republicans are going to pass an immigration bill? that's one of your first acts. a bill of immigration? >> absolutely. it's a huge priority. >> really? >> definitely. [ laughter ] >> he's a little more gray, actually. number four, kevin spacey doing a little bill clinton. >> oh, nice. >> we have to talk about this baby name for chelsea. now i was thinking, if it's a boy, we should encourage them to name him frank. if it's a girl, what about claire? >> oh, vocally. >> not the look. the voice is dead on. okay. remember frank caliendo as george w. bush. >> oh, yeah, great. >> i think it's winnable.
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i think that, uh, i think we have a plan. >> uh huh. >> he can do, like, 20 people. >> he can. he's really good. probably the classic. dana carvey did his dad. >> let me just sum up. on track. stay the course. 1,000 points of light. >> okay, guys. who do you think is number one? >> i'm with you. larry david. >> there's one more we haven't shown yet. jimmy fallon trump. >> that's a good one. tina fey. >> sarah palin. that's right. >> i was so excited when i was told senator clinton and i would be addressing you tonight. >> and i was told i would be addressing you alone. >> a little bonus. amy poehler as hillary. kate mckinnon as hillary is pretty great. >> the facial impressions are hysterical. >> that was fun. let's go inside to robin
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right now. >> looking good in my coat there, lara. bring it back in. it's time for late night in the daylight. live from times square. a great show. kicking it off, our special guests and favorite late-night host. please give a late-night in the daylight welcome to jimmy kimmel. walk behind the chair, right? please, have a seat, have a seat. >> it's great to be here on your late-night show. >> in the daylight. in the daylight. >> how are you. >> i'm doing very well, jimmy. how are you? >> nice desk. >> this is how you lean back and make the person feel at home. i told you, first thing, that was something last night. nlcs. throwing out the first pitch at the mets game. it's not easy to do. >> you know what, for some people it is easy to do. and i'm one of those people. >> it comes naturally. >> it was very windy. cold, you get out there, you realize, oh, i'm at citi field it's the playoffs, i'm throwing
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it's a no-win situation. because if it's a bad pitch, you'll s it replayed for the rest of your life. like at your funeral, people will say, great guy. terrible pitcher. but, um, it went all right. thank god. >> it would make our "top 5" list. you think about it, um, who are some other ones that have been -- >> baba booey is the worst of all time. i mean, that was a bad one. >> you're better than that. better than that. >> thank goodness. >> where's guillermo? are you going to help me out? >> he was up until 2:00 a.m. last night. >> it was actually 3:00. >> he was eating fried pizza. he's really enjoyed. i didn't know such thing existed. outside of a state fair. ge area guillermo is a mess today. >> he's a hot mess. you're here because you're back in your hometown. back to brooklyn. >> we're doing the show from brooklyn starting tonight. tonight, bill murray is on the show. guillermo and i did ballet dancing with misty copeland.
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>> one of our faves. he's giving us a little sample of the -- >> he does it real good. >> if you thought my pitching plie. >> what else can we expect? this week in brooklyn? >> we have bradley cooper. michael j. fox, howard stern, jay z, tracy morgan. i paid a visit to the bronx zoo with tracy morgan. guillermo and i both did. a lot of good stuff. >> how often do you get back home to brooklyn? >> i come a few times a year. i'm here fairly regularly. >> do you have to lean in? is this what you do? >> you're supposed to lean in a little bit. there's a lot of distance between us. >> there is. but never, never. >> you should be a tongue's length from your guest. is really what they say. >> this isn't late night. i'm so glad you and matt damon are working things out. the therapy sessions. >> we are. sitting down with a professional has helped. we still have a lot of work ahead of us. but that was, that was a ridiculous thing. >> what were you hoping to get
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out of today? >> what were you hoping to get out of that day? >> i was hoping to get back to my office. really is more than anything. >> the running thing is, you always run out of time. i've run out of time for my second guest on the show. you did come bearing a gift. so -- in tribute to our second guest, who we don't have any time for. this is a clip that, yeah. what is he doing over there? what is george doing? let's show a little bit. >> eyebrows are like a privacy hedge for his forehead. >> very special george stephanopoulos only edition of "mean tweets." >> and you see what haese's doing now. he's working on the hedge. >> didn't bother me at all. >> go with it, george. you're greek. be proud of it. >> what did you say, george? >> i was trying to clean up the eyebrows. >> what a pair of scissors.
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mean tweets. that you're able to pull from. >> there's never a shortage of tweets. a lot of times, the celebrities sit down to read the mean tweets, they'll say, you must have meaner tweets than this. we have to go back on the internet to find meaner things. it's like a competition now who has the meanest tweet. >> is it more comfortable for you to sit here or there? >> it's more comfortable to be sitting there. but i'm getting used to it. i'm starting to get acclimated. >> you can come sit here anytime. jimmy kimmel live, back to brooklyn, starts tonight. at 11:35 eastern. as we said, on abc. jimmy, always a pleasure to have you here. >> thank you, robin. i watch this show every morning/night. >> and guillermo, as well. i want to check you out in brooklyn. >> fried pizza. >> let's go outside to ginger. >> we're so happy to have jimmy kimmel. one of my weirdest pregnancy dreams included him selling me breast pumps.
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you can see behind me here. cheerleaders. and swoop. the eagles taking on the giants "monday night football." right here on espn tonight. and here's espn's senior fantasy analyst, matthew berry on tonight's game. >> reporter: i love sam bradford. giants with the worst pass defense in the nfl. bradford at home on a monday night is an easy top ten play. they're throwing, they're not giants have the number one rushing defense. he's outside my top 15. >> all right. so we do the forecast for the game tonight in philly. ready? actually here. philadelphia, kickoff will be 46. we have the dry, light winds. very comfy. look at the temperatures though. it will feel like the upper 30s or low 40s. see the game at 8:15 on espn. check out the unsung hero of the game. in the gruden grinder. lara? >> thank you so much. actor james franco finally
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became a man. getting a bar mitzvah. his buddy, seth rogen, throwing him a big bash. all for a good cause. nick watt got a look. inside what some called the hollywood bar mitzvah of the century. you know you make me want to shout >> reporter: miley cyrus sang at his bar mitzvah. a 13-year-old boy's dream. but james franco is 37. he's only now coming of age. does this mean you now have to act like a responsible adult? >> i think that's what it means. yes. my days of childhood are over. >> reporter: can you handle it? can you do it? a real bar mitzvah. franco actually did some studying. it was thrown by bff seth rogen to raise money for alzheimer's charities. and preshow, we ran into rogan and his wife. there's a personal reason for this, right? >> my mother was diagnosed with early on set alzheimer's at 55 years old. >> reporter: they're here to get greg and karen from chicago.
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>> i see you have some cheese and wine. >> reporter: picked out of a handful of donors, they won this double date. red carpet ride. yep, there's miley. miley singing. say that you love me say that >> it's a guy with an awful hair cut in the front row. >> reporter: bill hader as the auctioneer. >> we should auction off a barber for this man. >> reporter: they made man of franco and raised $2.5 million in the process. mazel tov. for "good morning america," nick watt,,bc news, hollywood. >> i was just going to say the same thing.
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and we're back now with sienna miller. she stars in the new movie, "burnt," with bradley cooper. he plays a bad boy chef. obsessed with perfection in the kitchen. take a look. >> cooking is an expression of what? tell me. >> at t s best? of sustaining someone. of love. >> adam jones delangham is one of the best and most interesting places in london to come and eat. >> what part of that don't you like? >> i don't want my restaurant eat. >> and sienna miller joins us now.
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you were handling that pasta sheet so well. >> i was a foodie. i got trained by marcus and sasha. >> marcus trained you. he said of all the people on the set, you have the most potential as a chef. >> oh, he did, yes. very exciting. >> you spent hours and hours over the stotos. what was your best dish by the end? >> i was on the e sh station. and fish is something that is kind of simple but very difficult to cook, as well. i -- that's what i cano better nothan before. >> what else did you learn about food that you didn't know before? >> i think you understandore the kind of way that a restaurant is run. and, the kind of -- as food sits on a path for more than two minutes, they have to throw it away in that kind of restaurant. if somebody went to the bathroom when the food was ready, they would have to start again. little things that you pick up. >> and if bradley cooper is in the kitchen, there's rage. >> it's a high-octane environment. >> this is the second movie in a
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row you have done with bradl cooper. "amemecan sniper." very different role. he brings the same intntsity. >> he always goes quite deep, i think. and is obviously incredibly versatile as an actor. we getlong very well. >> he's weighed in on the debate in hollywood sinceennifer lawrence talked about her pay for "american hustle." how it was less. he says he wants to step in and negotiate with his partners, and you actually had an experience here on broadway. you turned down a role over pay? what happened? >> um, it was just a situation where i was -- it was two people in a play, i was offered less than half what the male was offered. and i was pretty certain if it was two men that that wouldn't have happened. and d would have felt undignifieiefor me. >> so you just said no, walked away? >> yeah. >> do you think bradley's idea might help? >> i think everybody has to come together and do something. it's think it's outrageous that
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that degree. but i think it comes from within women. i think there is a global conversation happening that is it will take sacrifice. i really wanted to do that play. i'm really sad i can't do it. but ultimately, we have to make -- we have to make changes. >> had to take a stand. before you go, we want to give you a gift in honor of the movie. burnt sienna. your own burnt sienna bouquet. zbloo beautiful. thank you. what a lovelel thing to pack and take back totoondon. >> i thihi we'll ship it for you. >> very fall-themed. i love it. thank you. >> sienna miller. thank you very much. "burntb is in theaters nationwide on october 30th. and it is a perfect time to head back out here because it's never too early to start saving for your child's future. and on this, the first day of national save for retirement week, who knew? there's an exciting program helping some newborns take the first step towards ensuring their financial future.
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>> say hi to little theo. >> hi, sweetheart. >> reporter: it's the moment every parent-to-be dreams about. celebrated in movies like "what to expect when you're expecting." but for joe and katie, d d their daughter was born they were already hard at work. preparing for her future. >> the voya born the save program has really opened our eyes that it's never too early to start savoring. >> reporter: the couple enrolled in our sponsor, voya's, born to save program. every baby born on october 020th last year was able to get an investment. more than 1,000 parents signed up. >> starting a fund for her certainly made us think about our own retirement. >> reporter: the program, now in its second year is offering the sasa free drr 50$500 mutual fund investment for parents of babies born today. it could grow to $30,000 over a
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60-year span. >> it does free our minds. starting the retirement fund absolutely gives us peace of mind. >> the end. oh, and coming up, get ready to get yummy. we're talking chocolate.
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stay with us. > , nobody knows chocolate like this lady. ndra boynton, since fi best seller, chocolate, back in 1982, she's sold more than 65 million books. 500 million greeting cards. i have purchased many of them. ?
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>> she's out with a new version of "chotcolate, the e nsuming passion." such a pleleure to meet you. i'm a giant fan n self. myself. i didn't know you were a chocoholic. >> it's a long-standing issue. >> what is it about the book? rereleased. beautiful articles written on you of late. this resurgence in your passion >> the world of chocolate has changed a lot since i first wrote this book. e opportunity to do the research again. so i got to eat enormous quantities of fabulous chocolate. i took that one for the team. just had to do it. >> between chocolate and the cartoons, a wonderful life to consume, no pun intended. >> it is. >> tell me about where you came up with these adorable characters. >> the fear of having to get a real job was very real out of college. i started to do cards to pay my way through drama school. i never finished drama school. >> you were not clasascally trained as a cartoonist?
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or illustrator? >> no, oh, no. not at all. it's jus something i always liked to do. >> really? >> yes. >> which is your favorite? i love the pig. >> i think the pig is perhaps my favorite. it changes. identify with all of them. >> there's a sardonic c ne in your book, the chocolate book. this is not just a guide to chocolate, sit? >> no, it has a lot of information. a lot of misinformation. and, a lot of illustrations. i redrew the entire book. reresearched. and rewrote it. it's exciting to reencounter the whole world of chocolate 30 years later. yeah, i bet. and as you said, there was a lot of research to be done. which means consuming -- i'm happy to help you next time. >> absolutely. absolutely. our expenses are tax deductible then. >> and you defend whwhe chocolate. which is - >> well -- >> no? >> well -- >> did i misread that? >> it's complex. it's complex.
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>> we can't skip the game. they want me to skip the game. we did this whole game. we'll do a fast version. >> the best game show evev. >> the questions. they're going to give their guess. they could win chocolate. you let them know who is right. chocolate is good for your complexion? >> fib. >> it's good for your complexion. absolutely. >> you're right. i said it's bad. congratulations. chocolate coming. question two chocolate is an aphrodisiac. is that a fib or truth? >> true. >> true. >> absolutely. >> white chocolate contains cocoa. true or fib? true, true? no. all right. giving more chocolate away. we love sandra. stay with us. we'll be right back. >> thank you.
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>> nice job, boys. kind of wild monday. >> nice role play. chocolate for our friends.
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>> bring me the practice. but some aren't handicapped accessible.... now a paraplegic shooter is hoping to change that at one gun range. lenter says he wants to make sure...disabled shooters can also get in on the action. lenters has to have someone accompany him to the oyens shooting case he gets stuck. "changing the bench set up here, to something that i can chair. it's kind of hard to reach," said al lenters. jessica rae: to fix those issues.... lenters is teaming up with the tri- state public range association. together they plan to make the shooting range handicapped--acce ssible. the group has created a go-fund me help raise funds for the project. jessica let's check in with for the weather. matt: we'll now check current conditions
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where temperatures are in the upper 50s and lower 60s. the wind is directed from the south and southwest. it's very dry and a red flag warning is in effect during this afternoon in eastern siouxland - please avoid all outdoor burning! today we highlight a breezy south and southwest wind. dry air and sunshine are going to team up to bring us some very warm temperatures this afternoon as highs exceed 80 degrees. a cold front boundary will sit over siouxland
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>> it's "live! with kelly & michael". today, host of his very own late night talk show, jimmy kimmel. and a performance from recording artist robin thicke. and chef daniel boulud is here to help us kick off "live"'s "superstar chef challenge" week. plus, details on how your lovable pet could win yaw caribbean cruise. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] and now, here are your emmy-winning co-hosts, kelly
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