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arsenal. plus, new video of the suspects' shootout with police. and an officer's cruiser riddled with bulletsts we're live in san bernardino with the latest. plus, rememberinthe victims. a coffee shop manager. a father of six. an nfl player's cousin. the faces emerging after authorities identified all 14 road rage. two drivers in luxury vehicles. getting into an argument when one pulls out a gun. the shooting is caught on camera. and hail mary. a wild finish on "thursday night football." the play that everyone will be talking about today. and we do say good morning to you, everyone. on this friday morning. we start with the overwhelming grief in san bernardino. it is a community struggling to come to grips with the senseless loss of so many innocent victims.
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>> hundreds of people gathered at a local stadium for a vigig in honor of the 14 people e kikied. announced the names of each victim. we're getting new images of the shooters' final moments. [ gunfire ] >> get inside, get inside. close the gate, close the gate. >> that is cell phone video of the newlyweds embroiled in that wild, high-speed chase. and shootout with police. here's a look at the bullet holes in a deputy'y'car. we s suld tell you the officers all surviviv. the coupup did not. despite being armed withth thousands of rounds. lauren lyster has the latest from san bernardino. lauren, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, kendis and reena. we're learning more about the victims of the deadly mass shooting and more about the two suspects killed in a shootout with police. authorities are still trying to find a motive. trying to figure out what would drive a young couple with an infant to allegedly carry out this attack?
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the sights and sounds of grieving on display in this southern california community. grappling with the`loss of 14 lives. as we learn more about the suspects, who abruptly took them in wednesday's shooting rampage. >> they were equipped. they could have continued to do another attack. >> reporter: 12 unexploded bombs described as similar to this one featured in an al qaeda publication found in the young couple's home. along with thousands of rounds of a aunition. one nenehbor said his wife had become suspicious. >> she had noticed they had been i guess receiving packages. quite a few packages within a short amount of time. and that they were actually doing a lot of work out in the garage. >> reporter: the fbi is now treating the investigation of syed farook and his pakistani-born wife, tashfeen malik as a potential case of terrorism. undisputed is s e tragedy facing the families of those killed. their names all confirmed by the medical examiner. ryan rays lost his partner,
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daniel kaufman. >> the world will suffer from having one less person like him. >> reporter: michael wetzel's family is dealing with the loss of a father, husband, and breadwinner. >> they're overwhelmed. six kids have lost their father. >> reporter: jennifer thalasinos now clings to her last embrace with husband nicholas. >> i got an extra hug and a kiss before he left. so i'm just holding on to that. >> reporter: now, as for the investigation, authorities tell abc news they're looking for connections between farook and at least two individuals here in the u.s. who may have been involved in radicalizing him or planning the attack. but again. the fbi says it's too early to call this an act of terrorism. kendis a a reena? >> lauren, do we know, beforehand, was farook on any of the authorities' radar at all? >> reporter: so as of the latest news that i have seen from abc, they were not. investigators, according to
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them, say that the suspect farook was not on the radar or under investigation by authorities prior to this shooting. >> okay. lauren lyster, live in san bernardino. thank you for that report. and those who made it out alive are recalling g e horror. including a co-worker who shared a cubicle with the gunman for ars. >> yeah, we're talking about patrick bacari. he had been sitting at the same table as farook but noticed he wasn't there when they took the annual holiday photo. bacari was in the men's aps's restroom as the shots rang out. he took cover as blast of shrapnel shot through the paper towel holder and hit him in the face. >> so i announced to thether people in the restroom. we're under attack. t on the floor. the one beside me, i told him to get dodo on the floor. we put our feet against the door to inhibit anybody from entering the restroom. >> bacari and farook were both environmental inspectors for the county health department. he said he considered him a friend. and that shooting rampage
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who grew up in san bernardino. >> new york giants safety nat berhe tweeted, i just got word that one of my cousins was among the 14 killed yesterday. i'm so sick right now. he identified his cousin as isaac amanios, the oldest of the victims at 60. he was a supervisor at the county health department. >> so many people feeling the impact of this. stay with abc news for the very later on, a live report from washington, d.c. presidential candidates. exactly three weeks after the paris terror attacks, the cafe that was targeted has now been r rpened. it w w back in business this morning. five people were killed there during last month's attacks. since then, the cafe had become a memorial. piled high with flowers and candles. an onlooker summed up the mood life as it was before. now looking for a few good women. so is the army, navy, and air force. defense secretary ash carter
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all military jobs to women. includg combat roles. about 10% of military jobs remain closed to women. the new policy begins next month and full implementation is set for april. that is such a big and important moment. >> it's a huge moment there for the u.s. military. long overdue. president obama doing his part to light up the night in d.c. the president, along with the rest of the first family, out behind the white house, to do this. lighting the national christmas tree. a 78-foot norway spruce donated by a aamily in new york state. >> this never gets old. among the folks there, actress reese witherspoon and miss piggy, who actually got a kiss from presibent obama. >> oh, saandalous. all right. >> looked like a fun time. it's official. the nfl announcing who will be performing at the super bowl halftime show. and breaking overnight, former stone temple pilots frontman scott weiland found dead. details just coming in. plus, caught on camera.
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being fired. a virgin america flight trying to leave seattle delayed after a baggage loading machine caught fire just under the wing of the jet. fire crews put it out quickly. no injuries or damage reported. the flight took off as scheduled. it's unclear how that fire started. colorado sprprgs today mourns a hero of another armed attack. university police officer garrett swasey and two others were killed in the shooting at the planned parenthood clinic one week ago. the governor, mayor, and other leaders will attend the funeral following a procession through u.s. prosecutors have unsealed a second indictment
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that indictment came as fbi agents raided the offices of a sport marketing firm. this is in miami. it's believed that firm agreed to pay bribes to soccer officials. in exchange for broadcast rights. the indictment charges 16 men with corruption including several members of the world soccer governing body fifa. u.s. financial markets open further in the red. ahead of today's job report. the dow jones industrial average and s&p 500 are at their lowest point this year. after the biggest loss in two months yesterday. the dow fell 252 points. nasdaq off 86. standard & poors gave up 30 points. it's because of disappointment in the european central bank. for those of you too lazy to spread your own schmear. then starbucks has a new menu item. th're called bagel balls. treats prestuffed with plain, veggie, or maple cream cheese. for now, only available in new york, philly, and indianapolis. i'm told hasasnough sugar for one hershey's bar. >> the equalent of. but light on the calories. who knew it was called schmear?
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all right. when w% come back, the gun debate reignited after the shooting in san bernardino. we're live in washington. and thursday thriller. aaron rodgers, an amazing hail mary at the end of last night's game. we have the highlights and that wild, wild finish.e same h hds. same eyes. same laugh. and since she's had moderate alzheimer's disease, i've discovered we have the same fighting spirit, too. that's why i asked her doctor about new once-a-day namzaric . vo: new namzaric is approved for moderate to severe alzheimer's disease in patients who are currently taking, and can continue to take certain doses of both namenda and donepezil. new namzaric is the first and only treatment to combine 2 p pven alzheimer's medicines inin a single once-a-day capsule that works 2 ways to fight the symptoms of moderate to severe alzheimer's disease. once-a-day namzaric may improve cognition and overall function and may slow the worsening of symptoms for a while.
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star wars: the force awakens. this film is not yet rated. only in theaters. welcome back. not such a good morning in the
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as you can tell from the radar. yoy can expect rain, snow, and strong winds from seattle to northern california. locally, some winds could gust over 60 miles per hour. >> obviously, that storm system will make for wet and slippery roads there in the northwest. that's about it for the rest of the country. except for florida, wher they'll have some rain as well. >> and if you're flying, miami really the only a aport where weather delays are possible. recapping our top story. all 14 people killed in the san bernardino shooting rampage have been identified. >> a vigil was held last night. to remember the mothers, fathers, sons, daughters, whose lives were cut short. we're learning more about the husband and wife behind this massacre. police say syed farook and tashfeen malik had more than 6,000 rounds of ammunition and 12 pipe bombs.s. >> the f f is investigating thth massacre as a potential act of terrorism. one intelligence source says farook had been in contact with islamic extremistsn social
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the massacre is calling new attention to the ongoing gridlock over gun safety leg legislation in washington, d.c. >> demococts and republicans accusing each ototr of using the agedy for their own political means. megan hughes joins us with more. megan, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, reena and kendis. history certainly repeating itself. democrats in congress saying some of the exact same things, almost word for word, as they did after previous shootings. they're still facing a republican-dominated congress. and americans are reacting the same way, too. gun store owners say sales are booming. just as they were in 2012 after sandy hook. indiana mom kelly robinson bought herself a s sond firearm. >> i'm a widow with a severely autistic child who i will protect with my last breath. >> reporter: according to the fbi, more americans had gun background checks last friday than any day on record. that was the same day that a shooter killed three people at a
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planned parenthood clinic in colorado. >> people are scared. >> reporter: history is also repeating itself in congress. by three votes, the senate failed to pass gun control legislation that would apply background checks to purchase at gun shows and online. >> the motion is not agreed to. >> reporter: and by an even greater margin, the senate voted down an amendment that would keep anyone on the fbi's terror watch list from walking into a store and d rchasing guns. >> just because it's n n an easy problem to solve doesn't meaeawe should not d deverything that we can. >> i think the left often pivots to gun laws. it's never been shown that these gun laws are efftive. >> reportfr: republican front runner donald trump is not shy talking about his post-shooting bump in the polls. >> every single time there's a tragedy, my poll numbers go up. because they feel that i am going to take care of them. they feel they want strength. >> reporter: trump making it clear he believes the shooting is likely connnnted to terrorism. >> is this radical islamic terrorism? tell me.
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you tell me. it looks like it to me. you look at the names. you lock at what's happened. you tell me. >> reporter: a white house official tells abc news that the obama administration is considering possible executive action to tighten gun laws. reena? kendis? >> and that controversy will continue. megan hughes, live in washington. thank you. tributes being posted online this morning for rock singer scott weiland. the former lead singer of the stone temple pilots. one of the most successful bands of the '90s. weiland had a long history of substance abuse. he died in his sleep. and was found last night in minnesota shortly before a show was scheduled to start. scott weiland was just 48 years old. moving now to a shocking case of road rage that's left a miami man with a b blet in his chest. and it was all caught on camera. the driver gets out of his car and approaches a mercedes at the stoplight. when the light turns green. look at all this. you can see the mercedes driver pointing his gun and shooting
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the other man in the chest. the bullet barely missed his lungs. but he's okay. and police are on the hunt right now for the driver of that mercedes. >> incredible. now, some sports. the latest example of the game's not over until the game is over. >> unless you're a detroit or browns fan. the highlights from our guys at espn. >> he's stan. i'm neil. this is a new jack. a new tie. i feel excited. and then the games were so exciting, too. so the dress went with the highlights. >> looking sharp there. lions, almost the same color blue there. >> you know what they call that? honolulu blue. that's what they call that. >> you know what they call this? a hail mary. aaron rodgdgs to richard rodgers. 61 yards for a touchdown on an untimed down that came after a face mask penalty on the final play of the game. aloha >> richard rodgers pulling it down. aaron rodgers saying he never had thrown a hail mary that worked in his career, at any level.
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he got that one. the packers get the wiwito get to 8-4-4n the season. until we meet again kentucky-ucla met last year. kentucky absolutely ran the bruins out of the gym in chicag guess what happened thursday? prince ali and steve alford's boys channeled some john wooden magic. hope bill was watching. that's some grgrt production ere on that. thth is a huge upset. ucla was 4-3. kentucky was unbeaten. no more. no more. good win for the pac-12. >> love that dunk by prince ali. that was something. >> i love this tie. >> yeah. back to you. >> i know detroit's been bankrupt, but they got robbed >> oh! >> the last six x conds. seriouslsl >ou're still upset ababt that one. >> such great game. a great ending. up next, in "the pulse." headlines the half time show.
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for the big show. already they're doing this, expressing thrill and excitement. the manager adds there will be a special guest. but doesn't say who. >> who do you think this is? >> i saw on the twitter-sphere, jay z possibly. >> okay. that would be nice. >> but you would think they would need a femalal so? >> madonna? >> rihanna. >> adele? >> no, that would be too british. >> why not? we lqke the brits. next up, pamela anderson doing her part at the end of an era for "playboy." she's apared on the magazine's cover more times than any other celebrity. >> so it's only natural -- the only thing natural -- that she would be the last person to pose nude in"playboy." the new nsh will be her 14th appearance since 1989. >> the 48-year-old checked with her teenage sons before agreeing to the spread. since they've been teased about their mom in the past. she says they both encouraged her to do it.
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especially in this era of social media bullying. and a grandma in wales just might send your christmas spirit into new heights.. >> did she overdrdit? i don't know. sylvia pope is the proud owner of over 2500 christmas ornaments. but she doesn't put them on her tree. she puts them on the ceiling of her living room. >> how do you think she hangs them up there? >> i think with a little tack. there you see. >> a little tack, a little string. impressive. pope is 73 years old. she's quite a collector. over the past three years, she's picked up nearly 800 ornaments. next week, she's planning a trip to prague to shop for more. as one does. you go to prague for christmas
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a sign of moving on this morning in paris. the cafe attacked by gunmen three weeks ago opened again for business. five people were killed there during last month's terror attacks. a sign of progress in the army. they have four months -- in the military, they have four months to fully integrate women into all roles, includingt. defense secretary ash carter says the changes begin in a month. taking a look at today's weather, a few showers or snow in the west. windy and unseasonably warm in the upper midwest and great lakes. heavy rain in south florida. a bit cool in new england. finally from us, comedy is tricky at a time like this. in the face of this tragedy. >> but, the late-night comics did their best to keep us smiling during this difficult week. it's important to smile. here now, your "friday funnies." >> president obama and his mily lit up the national christmas tree. it's the93rd annual lighting of the christmas tree. the tree stands on the grounds through the new year. after which, the first lady will
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chop it up, harvest the needles and bark to feed her family throughout the winter. should bring much-needed rain to california. [ cheers and applause ] yeah. yeah. meanwhile, donald trump said if ected president, he won't let el nino into the country. >> how about we do this with cnn. they pay me $5 million, all of warriors or go to vets. >> he's treating the republican entertainment show he's the star of. which, let's be honest, is kind of exactly what it is. >> cnn laughededt off saying, we don'n'have $5 million. [ laughter ] cnn was like, fine, we'll let jeb bush talk for two hours. oh, my gosh, where do we send the check? all right. all right. hold on. hold on. somebody get the money. the '80s rock band twisted sister says donald trump c use their song "we're not gonna take it." >> you can tell trump is excited about that.
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>> so, under president trump, here's what would happen. >> looks good. looks good. >> meanwhile, ben carson has not heard back from motley crue regarding "dr. feelgood." >> lindsey graham running for president. why, i don't know. he's polling at less than 1%. but he's forging ahead. this morning, he spoke at the republican jewish coalition forum. >> you know how you win this election? you don't lose it. [ applause ] >> whoa. >> even his body wants him to drop out of the race. >> he walked off the stage like a drop the mike moment and then tripped. that's what's making news in america this morning. >> stay with us. "good morning america" coming wind is pretty calm currently, but you can see it turning
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