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the mcafee manhunt. captured on camera for the first time since the murder investigation began. why he is now saying that he was arrested when the police deny it. dolphin attack. a young girl is biten while feeding dolphins at seaworld in orlando. and call it kardashian diplomacy. one of reality tv's biggest stars takes a trip to the middle east. hey, good morning, everyone. happy sunday. some new questions about a double-decker disaster in florida. a bus filled with elderly members of a church group, how did the driver miss large signs warning of the danger. also this morning -- a desperate search under way for a
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young girl battling cancer, she was suddenly taken from the hospital by her parents. doctors are now saying her life is most definitely in danger. they want to find her right away. and we unleashed cameron mathison on the red carpet overnight for a pre-oscar event. we'll tell you what geer advised coming up. we'll start with kansas city where linebacker jovan belcher. he killed his girlfriend on saturday. and then killed himself in front of his coach. caught in the middle here the most innocent conceivable victim, the couple's 3-month-old girl. john? >> reporter: dan, good morning. we're right here on the field. this morning, we're learning more about what may have
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happened in the hours leading up to this tragedy. it all started 1:00 saturday morning when belcher's girlfriend got home late from a concert that she attended with friends. tragically it ended seven hours later. he then drove to the chiefs stadium where he then took his own life. this morning, investigators are trying to figure out why linebacker jovan belcher killed his 22-year-old girlfriend and then took his own life. >> we heard that they had been arguing in the past. >> reporter: police say saturday morning he shot and killed kasandra perkins the mother of his daughter at their home. police say belcher's own mother was in the house, saw the murder and called 911. he then jumped in his car and drove to arrowhead stadium to the team's practice facility. with a gun held to his head in
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the car he began talking to coaches. >> they were never in danger. they talked for a little bit. >> reporter: suddenly he walked away taking his own life as the chiefs head coach and the general manager witnessed in horror. the kansas city chiefs released a statement saying quote, the entire chiefs family is deeply saddened by today's events and our collective hearts are heavy with simpb thy, thoughts and prayers for the family and friends affected by this unthinkable tragedy. at just 25 years old, belcher seemed like he had the world in his powerful hands. as a starting linebacker he reported earned millions in the nfl, living the good life. driving a bentley. >> he always seemed like a nice guy. >> reporter: the question now, what caused the long island, new york, native to snap? no prior record of domestic
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abuse but had been on and off with his girlfriend for the past three years. >> shocking. shocking. the child has lost both parents. >> reporter: the 3-month-old child is reportedly doing well, staying with belcher's mom the chiefs con summited with the nfl and decided to go ahead and play against the carolina panthers as scheduled. many hoping this game will bring the community together. we'll turn now to round three of the nasty weather trifecta out west. ginger zee is here with the details. this is not over? >> no, not even close. this has been going on for the better part of this week. we can look at how much we have already had. over a foot of rain in brandy creek, whispering pines. look at the video they were
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preparing in nappa. the russian river forecast to crest today. flooding is the first issue. reno, nevada, big problems on the roadway. some of the mountain passes in the sierras could easily see 100-plus winds today. we're talking about flooding. how much more rain? anywhere from 4 to 8 inches. right here in the red area, reno is involved. and this, even though same colors used here, the wind gusts, it includes great falls montana. and the snow, the snow levels have come down, starting to see a little bit more of that freezing. ja jackson hole and sun valley. after today, you get a break
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tomorrow and storm number four, if you can believe it or not, not that strong it's going to hit on tuesday. a look at the nation's weather in a couple of minutes now back to dan and bianna. 12k3w4r storm number four. lot of other news developing overnight. we turn to mr. ron claiborne. >> good morning, everyone. u.s. forces in afghanistan have repelled an attack on a joint base. taliban suicide bombers assaulted the jalalabad early this morning. striking a gun battle that lasted two hours. all of the attackers were killed. no u.s. troops were injured. new details this morning on that deadly bus crash at miami international airport. two people were killed when a religious group's bus slammed into an overpass because the driver took a wrong turn. >> reporter: good morning, ron. as many three people are
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clinging to life this morning after that crash in miami. >> very bloody. everybody had cuts and scrapes. >> reporter: the entire front of this bus, caved in and the ceiling collapsed injuring more than 30 and killing one 56-year-old and other 80-year-old senior citizen. the driver got lost and somehow managed at the miami international airport, plowing his bus through. >> we're not sure why he misjudged the terminal building. >> reporter: at a nearby hospital, one injured person after the next got rushed in on gurneys and across america it's a scene that tragically plays out time and again. on average, well over 200 fatal bus crashes take place every year in the u.s. with more than 12,000 nonfatal crashes. and more than 15,000 people
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injured. just last week, a 6-year-old boy decide when a bus crashed into the long island home where the boy was asleep in bed. in july a tour bus crashed into this barrier in new rochelle, new york. back in miami, it turns out that the driver here, even mowed down a sign warning vehicles more than 8 feet tall to turn around. they don't know whether they'll file charges against that driver. his bus belongs to the miami bus service. ron, it's too early to tell if fatigue played any role in this crash. a frightening screen this morning on a highway in japan where at least three people were killed when part of a tunnel collapsed outside of tokekytoky. ceiling plates made of concrete
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fell on cars. the tunnel is 35 years old but was just inspected a month ago. police in san diego are searching for two men caught on tape, caught allegedly stealing, hundreds of pairs of underwear from a victoria's secret. one of the suspects is holding a shopping bag. underwear estimated 4,000 bucks. finally, last week we show you that house right in the middle of a new highway in china, it seems like the owner had a change of heart. he's now agreed to accept compensation to move out and his former home as you see there, torn down. >> pretty definite. all right, ron. >> thank you, ron. we'll turn now to if fiscal
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cliff, 30 days from an economy-crippling deadline. yet talks seem to be going nowhere. treasury secretary timothy geithner will be the guest on "this week" with george stephanopoulos. >> last weekend, you sat right here and you said you were reasonably optimistic that a deal could be afoot. in the intervening week, lot of trash-talking from both sides, can we still be somewhat hopeful? >> this week was a rough week in these negotiations. treasury secretary geithner when he went up to capitol hill, mitch mcconnell laughed when they got the offer from geithner. house speaker boehner said that the talks are at a stalemate. democrats said they're not going to make another move until republicans say they're going to
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go for an increase in tax rates. so, this is stalemate right now. now, these things always look horrible when they come together. more and more voices say, this is going to go over the fiscal cliff at least for a few days in january. >> if we go over the fiscal cliff, voters will likely blame the republicans for that. is is that true sf. >> all of the polls show that right now. we know that the tax hikes go up. ben bernanke, the fed chairman, fears that it will throw the country into a recession. they have to be careful here as well. but democrats and the president clearly believe that they have the leverage to force an increase in these tax rates on the upper income americans before they agree to a deal.
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>> we'll all be watching the stock market as well. the president also concentrating on recasting his new cabinet and one name that came up yesterday is a replacement for leon panetta at the defense department. >> it's possible, this is a real game of musical chairs right now. the president has to fill at least three big jobs, secretary of state, cia. if the president does not choose susan rice that means kerry goes to state and hagel goes to defense. we just don't know right now. all of those names are in play as we talk. >> this wouldn't be his first republican secretary of defense as well. bob gates. all right, george. don't miss george's
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interview with treasury secretary geithner. now to the all-out search for a cancer patient in arizona, a young girl being taken out of the hospital by her parents. her doctors say that the girl could die if she's not found immediately. >> reporter: this morning, phoenix police still on the lookout for an 11-year-old cancer patient whose life may be in danger after her mother snatched her from the phoenix children's hospital wednesday without doctors knowing. >> yes i'm the health supervisor at phoenix children's hospital. >> okay. >> we have a patient that has gone missing. >> reporter: the entire scene caught on hospital surveillance cameras. the young girl follows her mother into a hospital bathroom where her mother takes out her iv. emily wearing different clothing and a wig while her father waits
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for the pair outside of the hospital and drives them away in a black minivan the family hasn't been seen since. >> it's danger for her to be out. >> reporter: if her heart is exposed to infection, there could be consequences. >> she could ultimately die within a couple of days. >> reporter: police say that emily's parents could face criminal charges. >> in this particular case, we have a 11-year-old girl who can't really decide for herself, her parents are removing her from the hospital and putting her in danger. >> reporter: police fear that her family may be difficult to track down because they're from mexico and have no locally listed relatives. >> got to hope for the best for emily. we'll shift dweers now to the latest in the bizarre man hunt for a softwaremaker in
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belize. john mcafee is still playing hide and seek with police despite reports that he has been captured. he's been tweeting and blogging along the way. abc's matt gutman has the latest. >> reporter: john mcafee may be hiding but he's certainly not silent. >> are you afraid? >> reporter: the increased paranoid millionaire, the past three weeks -- >> it hasn't been a lot of fun. i miss my life. much of it has been deprivation. >> reporter: even calling into the set of cnbc. >> my life has become a little bit more intense. >> reporter: just hours after being asked this question -- >> how do you see this coming to an end? >> reporter: rumors on his own blog that he had been captured. police tell abc news that he has not been captured and he's not even a suspect, he's only wanted
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for questioning. in the interviews mcafee details an increasingly hard life on the run. he claims to be lab rately disguised. but he ventures out in public. the only evidence of this is the goatee now in black. mcafee told abc news last month -- >> talking face to face is going to be a very difficult thing, sir, people know that you're a reporter. >> reporter: during a week in belize, we saw no evidence of that and asked whether or not he was insane. >> if i were a madman how -- how could i judge? >> reporter: for "good morning america," matt gutman. let's check the forecast once again. ginger, we talked about what's
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going on out west. lot of other weather across the country as well. >> that's right. the fog is going to be a big issue. if you're traveling in the northeast, let's start out with a picture from brooklyn. a live look. because of the fog, visibility down to less than a half a mile. you can see here, atlantic city, half a mile. washington, d.c., less than two miles. boston up around 6. fog has developed in parts of the midwest the northern great lakes. omaha down to zero. minneapolis, just about. up there, it's cold enough up there to call it freezing fog. the other headline, the heat. hello, december, are you there yet? that's what everyone in the south plains is asking. the heat, look at this, san
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anga angelo, 78. a look across the nation. for now that's the big picture. let's get a check a little closer to home. >> a sunrise and a sunset from the south. from ft. lauderdale. thanks so much for sending them. he caught the light just perfectly. please find me on twitter. send me your sun rises or
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sunsets. >> never get your over geekry. love it. thank you, ginger. the academy awards are just three months away and the show will air right here on abc. >> last night a-list stars turned out for a special ceremo ceremony. our cameron mathison was prowling the red carpet. >> reporter: blazing saddles. beauty and the beast. sherk. >> i know, i know. >> and the lion king. the creativity and clout of four men honored last night by hollywood heavyweights. at the governors awards.
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>> i think it's hollywood that's done the working. >> reporter: jeffery cakatzenbe received his award for philanthrophy. 20 years ago, he followed the president clinton campaign including our own george stephanopoulos to the war room nominated for an oscar. what is george stephanopoulos like to work with? >> well, he looks about 20 years old. >> did something right. >> and he was smart as a rabbit. >> reporter: also honored last night the stuntman who directed smokey and the band its. who knew that richard gere has grooming tips. i got in trouble from richard
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gere for not shaving. can you hold on? i'm going to go shave and i'll be right back. for "good morning america," i'm cameron mathison in hollywood. >> luckily you shaved this morning. i knew that ger eshe was about . look at george as a kid. >> still the same voice. and of course you can watch the oscars right here on abc on february the 24th right here on abc. coming up right here on abc on "good morning america" -- why did a dolphin bite this little girl. what is seaworld doing about this? also our team of mom testers goes out to work to save you from holiday gift nightmares. they're checking out some of those a products as seen on tv. and this question, how did kim kardashian create an international incident in the middle east hours after she
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"good morning america" on this sunday morning. you mixed earlier, bianna, the president is looking for a new secretary of state. perhaps kim kardashian can fill the role. also this morning -- products as seen on tv. are put to the test by our team of moms and the d.j. cat's love of vinyl. we're going to start, though w a little girl biten by a dolphin at seaworld. a girl whose dream is to one day work with dolphins. jillian thomas, 8 years old, said that dolphins are her favorite animals so imagine her horror when this happened during a recent trip to seaworld.
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>> whoa. >> jillian seen here innocently feeding the dolphins at the theme park's famous dolphin cove was in the middle of her second visit of the day when she made a crucial mistake, raising the small plate of dolphin food in the air out of excitement. the park warns people not to do that. the dolphin eager for that bait, chomps down on her arm. her souvenir a set of teet marks the size of dimes. her parents are furious. claiming that seaworld employees trif trivialized the attack. seaworld said -- educators and animal care staff were at the attraction when this happened and immediately connected with the family. not the first time that a child has been biten by dolphins at
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seaworld. still, the park hasn't said whether the park will make any changes to this attraction. as for jillian, her mom said that her wounds are still visible. what her daughter is woirld about, the dolphin may be hurt after eating the paper plate. all right, time for a check on the day's developing stories. back to ron. good morning, everyone. in the news, the kansas city chiefs will play their profootball game today one day after linebacker jovan belcher killed his girlfriend and himself. the couple leave behind a 3-month-old fan. and a fan falls from a ramp in college game, in charlotte, north carolina, the man suffered life-threatening injury after plunging 40 feet to the ground. thousands of former crew members, ship builders and their families paid tribute to the world's first nuclear powered
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aircraft carrier. it was retired from active service after 51 years. david beckham ended his playing days in the u.s. as a winner the soccer superstar helped lead the l.a. galaxy to its second mls championship. time now for the weather and over to ginger zee. >> dozens of record highs yesterday including cities like dallas, houston, little rock and tulsa, look at the numbers, after the fog burns off today, another beautiful and not at all decemberlike day. orlando, 80. houston, 81. yesterday, they were 83. what can we expect in the northeast, fog in the morning, then getting into the 50s. the cold front creating some rain issues in the great lakes. the warmth, new york, 63 on tuesday. 60 monday. chicago gets a brief 59 and back into the 60s.
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>> this weather report has been brought to you by nexus 7 tablet. well, maybe reality stars should leave diplomacy to the professional hours. within hours they had to call out the riot police. abc's john muller has the story. >> reporter: reality tv star kim kardashian draws a crowd almost everywhere he turns up. in the middle east, no exception. she promoted her milkshake shop. it's not fans reacting to the kardashian in the middle east. saturday, riot police in bahrain
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fired tear gas to protesters denouncing her appearance. omg, i just got to bahrain. can i move here please? prettiest place on earth. no word if her mideast tweets, here she's loving kuwaiti designers. posing in front of camel, she tweets. such a fun day in bahrain. but the islamist protests drew plenty of retweets marking the kardashian. then i went with sheik and shot at protesters. another gas how do you feel about tear gas? >> omg, you guys, i just watched a group of doctors and nurses be
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tortured on operating on a person. clearly not everyone loves her. john muller, abc news, new york. >> an interesting trip. coming up here on "good morning america" -- putting those popular as seen on tv products to the test. which products make the cut. also ahead -- wait until you see what happens when this cat decides to play d.j. that's all coming up on "fixation." he is a good little monkey and always very curious. one day george got an important letter... he's built a rocket ship to travel into space. girl: google, how far is earth to the moon? google voice response: moon is 238,900 miles... mother vo: the great moment had come... ...3...2...1. ♪
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♪ you're my obsession all right, time for our "fixation" where we show you stories, images and videos that caught our attention.
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dan, you're starting it off today. this family was pole jumping in the backyard. they set up a camera in their backyard. they found out that it was their dog. he does it many, many times. he does it like six or seven times. they found when the camera wasn't rolling, he started the barbecue, invited his boys over and then the cops came. >> ron claiborne-type story. my weather related. this comes from spain. driving along. you see this. and wind starts to blow. oh, my gosh. >> wow. >> that's the type of the wind you're going to see in the northwest. >> that driver behind him is
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lucky. >> very lucky. my "fixation" is my favorite this morning, because it comes from our dear friend robin roberts. she as jack russell terrier who she sent away temporarily while she's recovering from her transplant. the great friends another great dane. rory. well, she tweeted this picture yesterday because rory has made a new friend. they rescued another great dane. jojo and there you see kj in the middle. >> it doesn't even look real. >> all right, sticking with the animal theme, we have been teasing this all morning, this is an amazing cat, people are referring to it as a d.j. cat playing some bob marley here. scratching. moving on. keep it going. ke keep it going. it's actually a 6-month-old cat
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