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french president francois holland holland hollande will be in the united states. >> thank you, stephanie. meantime, overseas, the center of europe's terror crisis remains turned highest alert this morning. >> the city of brussels with its 1 million residents on lockdown for a third day as the manhunt intense fies. there were 22 raids yesterday. but still no sign of salah abdeslam. the american embassy is asking u.s. citizens in belgium to shelter. france is in a state of emergency. 1500 soed yers deployed over the city. stepping up security at hot spots like the eiffel tour. french presidentrancois
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week to meet with president obama. the attack in mali was an attempt to derail a peace process in the northern part of the country. those peace negotiations have been dragging on for more than two xweerps a woman from maryland was among the dead. the president is looking into whether intelligence reports were altered to payment a rosier picture in the u.s. fight against isis. claims were made that supervisors falsifyied reports. those from centcom and the cia intelligence agency are under question. donald trump is retaining his lead. nearly a third of gop voters favor him. ben carson still ten points behind. trump leads republicans in make troefrt staples.
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devin dwyer has the latest. >> reporter: donald trump is turning up the tough talk. >> we gotta chop off that head like they're chopping off the head of our people. >> reporter: look who they trust the most to handle terror nichl a new poll. >> so you would bring back waterboarding? >> yes, i think that's peanuts compared to what they do to us. >> reporter: trump stirring up new controversy. >> i watched when the world trade center came tum bing down. and i watched in jersey city, new jersey, where thousands and thousands of people were cheering as that building was coming down. >> you know, the police say that didn't happen. and those rumors have been on the internet for a long time. did you misspeak? >> i saw it. >> you saw wit your own eyes?
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the world cheered after the 9/11 attacks. at his rallies -- >> get him out of here, get him out! >> reporter: this black lives matter protester claims he was beaten. >> may he should have been roughed up. it was absolutely disgusting what he was doing. >> reporter: devin dwyer. abc, was a. police in indianapolis say they have charged 18-year-old larry taylor with murder. he's accused of killing 28-year-old amanda blackburn in a home invasion earlier this month. her body was discovered by her hurd when he returned home from the gym. their 15-month-old son was not injured. he was home at the time. two other persons of interests are in custody. we expect to learn more about this arrest today. the midwest digging out from its first snowstorm of the
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chicago's o' hare airport canceled hundreds of flights the. driving a bit of a challenge, too. this blast of arctic weather headed for the northeast and coastal regions. >> good morning, reena and kennedys. it will be a downright chilly start to the workweek. the trough will bring a blast of cold air. we'll be about ten degrees below where we should be. the the cold air dipping as far down south as the lower mississippi and the eastern gulf coast where we have freeze warnings in effect. that includes places likes houston and austin, as far east as alabama. >> thank you so much, cam. president obama back at the white house. the commander in chief landing last night at andrews air force base. the president has no public events schedule frd today.
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still ahead, gas prices falling fast. but will they stay low for thanksgiving travel? and breaking overnight. shooting spree. 16 people hospitalized. stuck in a car and sink fast. a woman's dramatic 911 call
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into a river. a candle is blamed for this frightening scene on the 5th floor of the john hancock building in downtown chicago. the fire looked worse than it actually was to holiday shoppers down below. it was contained to a single bedroom. five people suffered minor
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the fire alarm system was claimed not to have worked. gun fire in a new york neighborhood sent 16 people to the hospital. the shooting happened when hundreds of people gathered for an impromptu music video. a megamerger in the pharmaceutical industry could be announced tote. reports are that a megamerger in the pharmaceutical industry could be announced tote. reports are that pfizer will buy allergan. this year's seen one huge corporate acquisition after another. the combination would likely be based in ireland where corporate taxes are lower. gas prices are down as we head into the thanksgiving holiday. aaa says the average price is $2.08. 14 cents less than a month ago and 76 cents lower than last thanksgiving. the auto club believes the national average could fall
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below $2 by christmas. that would be the first time in six years. a question for you. when is an opening week end above $10 million a disappointment? when the film is part of the "hunger games" series. it's the lowest debut for the four movies in the franchise. "mockingjay part 2" made only $101 million. james bond's "spectre" in second, far behind, with $14.6 million. and "the peanuts movie" in third. >> $100 million considered bad? >> and we said only. i know. when we come back, breaking their silence. the band on stage during the paris attacks describing the horror as terrorists stormed the concert hall. the miracle baby born too early on a cruise ship returning home to a cheering crowd. i have asthma... of many pieces in my life. so when my asthma symptoms kept coming back on my long-term control medicine, i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults
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the second biggest november snowfall on record dumped nearly nine inches on rockford, illinois, this weekend. it's the most in 64 years. just that one storm makes this the third snowiest november %-pever. there were a few minor fendebenders. temperatures will be in the 50s by thanksgiving. >> roads should be fine this morning in rockford. maybe slippery around the great lakes. watch out for icy roads in the mountains between seattle and spoke. and wet surfaces at lower elevations as well. in paris this morning, the french president was joined by the british prime minister in france at the
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bataclan cafe. they paid tribute to those who died during the concert attack there. >> we're learning for the first time from the members of the band playing when the horror unfolded. the american rock band the eagles of death metal describes what was happening backstage. >> several people hid in our dressing room. and -- the killers were able to get in and killed every one of them, except for a kid who was hiding under my leather jacket. >> hughes said so many concert goers were killed because they refused to leave their friends. back here at home, a manhunt is under way in new orleans for a gunman accused of trying to kidnap a won't and trying to kill the man who tried to save her. the man was trying to drag the woman away. tulane medical student peter gold drives by the scene and tries to help. his hands held high, he pleads with the men before he's shot in the stomach. an anonymous by stander saw it all. >> i saw the guy with the gun.
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i saw the guy fall. i saw him stand over him and attempt to shoot him, with, like, in the face a couple times. >> get this, police say 21-year-old eric cane tried to shoot gold in the head when his gun jammed. he got away with the victim's purse. gold's family says peter's condition is critical but improving. we're hearing for the first time the desperate pleas of a woman trapped inside her car quickly filling with water. it happened north of seattle last week when place say this woman drove around this road closed sign. the street flooded and her car was pulled into the icy river. locked inside this sinking vehicle for nearly 45 minutes. she called 911 in a panic. >> please help me. my car is full of water. >> is is your head out of the water? >> my head is out of the water. but it's not going to be too long. >> amazingly, emergency crews rushed in with a backhoe just in
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time. the woman was cold but is reportedly okay. she could face a $430 fine for ignoring that road closed sign. >> she had a smile on her face. i guess that's the least you can do. a premature baby is finally home in utah after a very long and strange trip. haiden morgan was born three months early while his family was on a cruise. of the caribbean. the ship was 14 hours from the nearest port. haiden only weighed about a pound. doctors weren't sure he would live. he spent the last few months in hospitals in miami and puerto rico. an air ambulance service flew him to utah this weekend at no cost to the family. time for sports. a big sunday for nascar's kyle busch. >> here with the detail, and more, are our guys at espn. >> john buccigross. john anderson. so happy to be a part of this 41 hours for -- because we're in the 41st year of "gma." >> happy birthday. >> so we're going to be here for 41 hours straight. and we're going to start with john and some vroom, vroom. they crowned a champion in
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sunday in home sted, florida, just south of miami been you get to the keys. there's jeff gordon. he's retiring as a full-time racer after this race. some rain early. a little delay. but jeff, clean that thing off, he's ready to go. he got off to a very good start. in the end, it would be kyle busch who would take home the championship. four racers had a chance. forden one of them, harvick, and truex jr. that man wins it. but that man got the hugs after an amazing career. >> i think he's going to vet school now. steph curry and the warriors looking to start the season 15-0. that ties the nba record for the best start. breaks the record for the best start by a defending champion. is rich, creamy nougats go after them, though. stephurry did steph curry things. if i want to call him klay, i'm going to call him klay. warriors up by eight. now up by ten. andre iguodala hits a three. five guys in double figures.
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curry didn't score 20. they win it by a final of 118-105. they're 15-0. and the devils beat the canucks. that's all time we have. stick around and watch scott van pelt after "monday night football." a live "sportscenter" at 9:00 right here on the espn. >> hey, boys, you missed one story. is there they did. >> maybe the green bay packers can sign this squirrel to the squad. the rodent got on to the field and rushed for more yards than the packers on their losing streak. >> green bay did go on to beat the vikings on a field that normally sees a different rodent. the golden gophers of the university of minnesota. he's got good stretch there. >> a fast little thing. >> very fast. eat your heart out, adrian peterson. up next, the american music awards. the big winners and moments you have to see. and mark zuckerberg reigniting the paternity leave
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time now to check "the pulse" -- stories you'll be talking about today. starting with a big night for pop music's hottest stars. >> the american music awards were handed out. in lpgaless. including artists of the year, one direction. and nicki minaj winning favorite rap, hip hop artist album. >> j. lo probably stole the show, hosting, performing, and changes her clothes, bursting out of a total of ten costume changes including a long-sleeved bodysuit and a canary yellow one that you see there with bell-bottoms. not bad. >> she looked incredible in each of them. >> big bird would be proud of that one she did there in the yellow. >> come on.. she looked great. and justin bieber capped the show with a splash. dumping what little was left of
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stage as he cried his way through a rendition of "sorry." >> it was a great performance. they all did great. it was fantastic. and there was a tribute by celine dion to the folks in paris. >> very moving. and facebook's billionaire co-founder and ceo. bringing more to the paternity debate. >> mark zuckerberg says he will take two months off after the birth of his daughter. the soon to be proud papa posten postening an image of the new baby gear and his dog on facebook. >> this comes at a time when other companies are making paternity leave increasingly popular. our sports hero of the day. a 7-year-old australian boy. ethan hall was singing the national anthem before a baseball game when he began to hiccup. >> like a trooper, he continued to sing. the video has gone viral. let us rejoice
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oh [ hiccups ] oh [ hiccups ] >> he doesn't give up. you can see some of the players and officials trying not to laugh. >> he made it through the entire anthem and got high fives from some of the players well-deserved. >> absolutely. >> nice job, big fella. you can take on our anthem next. >> more news after this.fella. you can take on our anthem next. this moment is perfect in every way
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surprisingly mild. a new storm is moving into the pacific northwest, bringing rain and snow, possibly heavy snow near the great lakes. chilly this the deep south and northeast, as that midwest storm heads that way. and finally, a man on a mission. former navy s.e.a.l. taking big leaps in a winged suit to help raise money for his fellow veterans. >> his goal to set four world records in one jump to raise $1 million. here's abc's john donvan. >> reporter: you're watching a man on a mission. andy stumpf. a highly decorated former navy s.e.a.l. now battling in the air. he's wearing a winged suit. he's a world-class skydiver and instructor. climbing to more than 36,000 feet. too high to breathe on his own. as he prepares to jump, he makes the mistake of poking his head out and suddenly, the wind grabs him, spinning him around. >> i knew i was in for a wild ride. >> reporter: he could have passed out, even died.
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>> after i got out of the spin, the flight itself was just visually breathtaking. >> reporter: he surpassed the record for absolute distance in a winged suit, more than 18.25 miles. he's doing it to raise $1 million for the navy s.e.a.l. foundation. for the ones who do not make it back. >> i couldn't imagine making the sacrifices that i've already made and then at the e of the day, not having him to come back to. >> reporter: despite being seriously wounded, andy did make it back to his wife, his three kids. lots of his friends did not. >> it was a huge help to know that there are people and organizations back here at home that are willing to step in in case something happens to you. >> reporter: stumpf served ten tours of duty in afghanistan and iraq. now he says, his fight is to help those still fighting to protect our country. john donvan, abc news. >> some of the best that our nation has. >> that, they are.
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ten tours of duties. and now, a world record holder. good for him. that's what's making news in america this morning, everyone. >> do stay tuned for "good morning america." have a great monday.outdoors with 20s and 30s currently. the wind is light from the west and northwest between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the satellite and radar shows that we have mostly clear skies in place and sunshine should be dominant in the area today. the dayplanner reveals a high temperature in the lower 40s this afternoon. your complete forecast
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" " " " the wind is light from the west and northwest between 5 and 10 miles per hour. the satellite and radar shows that we have mostly clear skies in place and sunshine should be dominant in the area today. the dayplanner reveals a high temperature in the lower 40s this afternoon. your complete forecast is coming up - your news starts now. " " jessica rae: coming up this morning on abc9 news... america continues to be on edge... as officials from coast-to-coast are increasing security at any place or event with a large crowds. " jessica rae: parts of sioux center were out of power this weekend... forcing residents to find a warm place to sleep. " jessica rae: how much do you use your smart phone a day? a new social experiment yields shocking results. these stories and more... this morning on abc9 news. "" jessica rae: security is tight
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airports... sporting events... and everyday places where large crowds gather just a few days before the thanksgiving holiday. in europe...the highest terror threat ever... as officials continue the manhunt for a paris attacker. abc's stephanie ramos has the very latest. "american cities on edge. sot mos 3 says - it makes you question every loud noise .." in atlanta...police saying they received information about a threat against this pro wrestling event over the weekend. nothing happening here...but americans alert and cautious more than a week after the paris terror attacks... even on flights...this southwest airlines plane diverted because of suspicions about several passengers. john cohen/abc security consultant "terrorist groups are always looking for those targets that are softer...lots of people difficult to secure." in new york city... nypd officers swarming a subway station...guns drawn....during this planned drill simulating an active shooter situation underground.. william bratton, nypd police commissioner: "these exercises are
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