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good morning, america. and breaking now -- triple threat. snow. ice. and bone-chilling cold walloping much of the country. in texas highways frozen over. this rescue in waist-deep icy water overnight. how this killer storm is set to snarl holiday travel. top-secret deal. the milestone agreement to freeze iran's nuclear program. tough questions from congress and our allies after the back-channel negotiations no one knew about. get ready for batkid. he's a little boy with a big heart. he has inspired the entire country. he's travelled to times square to save us all on this very special morning. our exclusive with america's hero. ♪
ladies' night at the amas. j. lo's salsa sizzles. one direction scores big with "story of my life" and pitbull brings down the house. and he's flown all night to get to "gma." >> just wrapped up the amas. on our way to "gma." so get ready. dial it. and good morning, america. boy, you have to hold onto your seats this monday morning. so much action. pitbull here live. batkid roaming the halls. he's in times square as well and look who is back from his honeymoon. sam champion. >> speaking of roaming the halls. >> you were reintroducing yourself. >> i was going to bring pictures of my vacation. but i think you already had them. >> oh, boy.
>> we have life-sized posters of sam on the beach. a little bit different than brazil, the weather out here. that storm has wreaked havoc over much of the country. it's headed this way and it's coming up, sam. >> got started in the southwest. it's going all week long. no way you won't be affected by this storming if you are traveling around the country. virtually half of the country is affected by this storm. whether you're getting there or leaving it's going to be an issue in travel. we start with the first pictures out of parts of western oklahoma where the storm got started. 13, 14 inches of snow out of a system like that. now we deal with the ice and the rain in southern sections as this storm completely starts to dive to the south and swing to the east. just about everybody getting effected by this storm system. big, big, big problems. areas like seven states with winter storm watches and advisories. the difference between rain and ice or rain with an icy snow mixture is one degree. whether you're 31, 32 and 33, everybody is in that range this
morning. dallas is where we look for some of the bigger problems. right at dfw. that's what the bag tags say as you're waiting for it so circle around. dallas ft. worth is where we find our ryan owens with a take on what's going on with the icing situation. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: sam, good morning. those millions of americans you talked about, an awful lot of them are off to a late start. why? look at the flight boards. you see a whole lot of one word. canceled. more than 300 flights at this one airport alone. for millions of americans, the trip to grandma's house this year is off to a slow, slick start. this driver in oklahoma walked away unhurt. watch again. he's lucky. this slow-moving system carrying a triple threat of snow, sleet, and freezing rain has already claimed more than a dozen lives. almost all killed in traffic accidents. it's not just drivers in harm's way. in western new york, first
responders from four counties came together to save a hunter trapped waist deep in freezing waters. the rescue team getting stuck themselves. a hover craft and helicopter brought in to save everybody. back on the roads overnight, across parts of texas and oklahoma, drivers could barely see in front of them. the real danger remains ice. road crews have been out salting all night. here at dfw international, they're deicing planes. north texas is home to both american and southwest airlines. so even once the storm moves east and the ice melts, there's sure to be a domino effect that could stretch into wednesday, traditionally the busiest travel day of the year. you can see the lines are already starting to build at the ticket counter behind me. a lot of people with a lot of catching up to do today. the good news, the trip to the
airport on the roads here in the dallas area just fine. it stayed above freezing so no major ice accumulation. sam? >> if your flight gets cancelled or delayed it's so booked right now it's so difficult to get another. check your air carrier. all of that ice brings heavy rain. this is for tuesday into wednesday. by thanksgiving day this storm is off the coast but that travel day leading up to it will have a serious situation with snow and rain lining up with this. when you get to the rainfall totals we're talking about some areas picking up more than five inches of rain. it's a soaking windy storm with a cold northern edge, really tough travel for tuesday into wednesday as well. by thursday it's settled out. we'll go into the rest of the weather when we come back. let's get the latest on the historic agreement to freeze iran's nuclear program. greeted by cheers in iran, jeers in israel. and drawing tough questions from
congress. abc's chief foreign correspondent terry moran is covering it all from london. good morning, terry. >> reporter: good morning, george. european officials are saying that sanctions against iran could be lifted as early as december. iranians are saying they're ready to begin the next round of talks today, right now. in the u.s. congress and among some key allies, there is a lot of skepticism. in tehran, they loved this deal. crowds gathering in the middle of the night to welcome home their negotiators from geneva like conquering heroes. in congress, not so much. >> now is just not the team to ease sanctions when they are working. >> reporter: the debate over the deal cut early sunday morning in geneva is roiling all over the world today. the basic terms of the accord, iran agreed to freeze its nuclear program and allow daily monitoring of key facilities by international inspectors. in exchange, the u.s. and allies agree to ease some economic sanctions, about $7 billion
worth, but leave most areas still in force. the whole deal is temporary. six months while negotiate is hammer out a final agreement if they can. israel threatened by destruction from iran hates this deal. and prime minister benjamin netanyahu issued a clear warning that he is willing to act alone if necessary. >> we will not allow iran to have a nuclear weapons capability. >> reporter: congressional critics, democrats and republicans are preparing new sanctions. in the middle of the uproar, president obama seems willing to take a gamble for peace. >> today we have a real opportunity to achieve a comprehensive peaceful settlement. i believe we must test it. >> reporter: one more revelation this weekend. it turns out there have been months of top-secret direct talks between the u.s. and iranian officials. unprecedented for decades. five meetings in all in 0man, the gulf and elsewhere, proof of just what an incredible gamble and a high-stakes one this has been for president
obama and his team. >> and for both sides. we also know that the iranian president was under great pressure to reach this deal as well. what are the thoughts on whether this can really lead to a new relationship between the united states and iran? >> reporter: you know, that is the talk in the middle east. and around the world in diplomatic circles. the israeli media is full of worry about just that. is this a new middle east? if iran abesides by this deal and is no longer a pariah state, could it be a u.s. partner? that's got israel worried. that's a long way off but that is what the stakes are here. >> thanks, terry. we begin with a developing story from south carolina. more than 200 amtrak passengers there have been stranded after a train heading from new york to new orleans derailed. seven cars came off the tracks, though they did stay upright. some minor injuries are being reported. buses are now in the process of picking up the stranded. and some tense moments in the sky over new york. two large birds struck a plane loaded with passengers.
the birds in fact striking an engine on a virgin atlantic flight from san francisco, leaving visible damage. you see some of it here. the pilot declared an emergency, thankfully though was able to land safely at jfk. a rescue at sea caught on camera. two north carolina teens headed home by boat from a friend's house when they ran into serious trouble. abc's john muller shows us what happened next. >> we're stuck in the middle of the sound with a jon boat. >> we have a couple of boats in the water looking for you now. >> reporter: two 15-year-old boys, hunter corbett and jake couple better, calling for help. >> i think we got hypothermia going on right here. >> okay. >> we can't last much longer like this. >> reporter: the seas rough and water filling the vessel and the boat's motor not working. >> we can't last much longer like this. the boat is about to sink. there's so much water in here right now. >> there's water in the boat? okay. >> yeah, there's so much. >> i was trying to talk to jake telling him, we got it.
we can make it through this. jake, come on, you got it, man. >> reporter: then they spotted a large tower. a navigation marker in the water. their motor working, they made their way to the tower and climbed the ladder, escaping the chilly water. >> we're going to get them out of the cold temperatures. >> reporter: a coast guard helicopter spotted the pair around 9:00 a.m. >> swimmers in the water. >> friend is climbing down. the next one is getting in the water. >> i'm getting the survivor out of the basket right now. he's very cold. >> once i got in the basket, it pulled me up. it was a bunch of joy going through me that i was saved. >> reporter: for "good morning america," john muller, abc news, new york. >> john, thank you. another example here of everyday heroism. an off-duty police officer in rochester, new york hailed as a hero for rescuing three children from the burning car you see there. right after it crashed, the children were stuck in car seats but they were pulled out just before that car burst in flames. thankfully so.
and overseas, the highest alert has been issued as a volcano erupts in northern indonesia. forcing some 18,000 people to evacuate. ash shot some 6,000 feet into the air. lava streamed down the mountain for a mile. we'll have updates as news becomes available. satellite imagery showing an iceberg roughly the size of singapore that's broken off antarctica. it's twice as large as previous icebergs that have broken loose. experts are not sure yet which way it will float. it certainly will have the right of way. finally, call it the game of the year. ooh. peyton manning and the broncos up 24-0 at halftime. and if you work in morning television and have the broncos' defense, you go to bed thinking, what could go wrong? well, tom brady went wrong. brings the patriots all the way back. they're tied at 31-31. they go into overtime and this happens. >> no, no, no, no. >> a punt strikes a bronco. the patriots win it in overtime
with a field goal. the coldest game ever in gillette stadium's history. game of the year, another chapter in manning versus brady. i know, sam, you and i had a sunday of nfl football right before you left on the honeymoon. i know it moves you as much as it moves me. >> how is your fantasy team doing? >> very good. >> it took a blow. >> good to have you back. thanks, josh. now to a new potential danger in the air. boeing issuing an alert about a possible engine icing problem with new planes. pilots being warned to keep them away from storms that may contain ice crystals. abc's david kerley has the story. >> reporter: 17 different operators of the 787s and some 747s are under a warning this morning. that their g.e. engines could be affected by ice crystals. the engine's power could be reduced. the airlines being told to fly at least 50 miles from thunderstorms which might contain ice crystals. >> this is a big nuisance but not the end of the world for
boeing. airlines are just going to have to fly further out of their way. >> reporter: japan airlines isn't taking any chances and is replacing 787s on two of its routes to avoid delays. this is just the latest issue with the 787. deliveries were delayed multiple times. there have been issued with emergency beacons. and the two battery fires that led to the grounding of the entire fleet. when 787 returned to the sky, we boarded and spoke to boeing's ceo during the flight. >> is this plane safe? >> this plane is absolutely safe. i mean, the battery incidents we had, the airplane was never threatened. >> reporter: on the latest problem boeing says only a small number of g.e. engines have experienced the ice issue. g.e. tell abc news we have a fix, it will be implemented soon. >> this is not a major safety issue. i would have no hesitation getting on the plane myself. passengers should not be
concerned. >> reporter: this affects about 160 aircraft overall. the fix is a piece of software. could be installed soon. passengers probably won't notice much difference because of this problem. >> thank you, david. turn now to the american man held against his will in north korea. the korean war veteran, an 85-year-old grandfather has been detained for more than a month. now his family is speaking out for the first time. a desperate plea to bring him home for the holidays. abc's bob woodruff has reported many times from north korea. he brings us this story. >> reporter: the face of a veteran, now held captive. merrill newman's son describes the moment his dad was taken. >> they checked out of the hotel, gone to the airport, boarded the plane, and we understand were five minutes from taking off when a korean official came aboard, asked to see his passport. he's been there ever since. >> reporter: for 85-year-old
newman, a retired executive, a grandfather, this was his hope. to return to the land where he fought as an infantry officer all those years ago. but why was he taken off the plane? and where is he being held? his wife is certain it's a huge misunderstanding. >> we just hope whatever that misunderstanding is will be resolved very quickly, and that he can return and be at our table for the holidays. >> reporter: i've been to north korea five times. but never allowed to walk freely down the street. always trailed by someone from the government. >> i feel like i'm being guided. >> reporter: newman's son wonders if he, perhaps, was confused with someone else. this journey was his father's dream. >> he had been on the peninsula before. about three years ago he was in south korea but never to north korea. he always wanted to go back. he had a great respect for the
korean people. and a keen interest in the korean culture. >> reporter: the family's biggest concern is that mr. newman's health is in trouble. he has a heart condition and has run out of pills. they told us that more pills were given to the swedish ambassador through beijing. they don't know if he got them. hopefully, they'll find out later today. >> always great to see you, bob. thanks. now to the red-hot night of music. at the american music awards. big names. huge honors. performances that brought down the house. abc's cecilia vega was there for it all. ♪ ♪ carry me >> reporter: it was ladies' night at the amas. from katy perry's over-the-top show opener. to miley's closing number, complete with a lip-synching cat. ♪ i came in like a wrecking ball ♪ >> reporter: lady gaga rode in on a human-powered horse. and then performed a
presidential duet with r. kelly in their on stage oval office. the big winners, taylor swift, taking home four trophies, including artist of the year. >> you got the big one. >> i didn't even think about that yet. this is just so cool. >> reporter: justin timberlake celebrated a big night with three amas, including best pop rock male artist. >> this means so much to me. thank you. >> reporter: on the red carpet, katy showed off the bling. i have to see this ring here. let's see some bling. yes, good ring. ♪ every rose has its thorn >> reporter: this year's american music awards also celebrated latino artists. with pitbull as host. and j. lo's tribute to celia cruz. >> there was a real presence here tonight on that level which felt not only american but global. >> reporter: best rap hip hop
album winner, macklemore crowd surfing live via satellite from miami. it's the fans who choose the winners in this show. >> one direction! ♪ >> reporter: and the woman of the night, rihanna, taking home the first ever icon award, presented by her mom. for "good morning america," cecilia vega, abc news, los angeles. >> oh, and if you missed him last night, pitbull, he's here. he flew all night. we're going to have much more ahead on the amas next hour with pit bull. can't wait for that. good to have you back. i can't say that enough to you, sam. >> i love it, i love it, i love it. a lot of folks waking up this morning, and everybody has plans for the week. most of you, it includes travel. let's get to the boards. we're going to show you what's going on with this low. today, the icy mess in about seven states. as we warm things up today, the low continues to travel east. with it will be a line of inland snow.
but it's not snow for the main cities and that's very good news for travel. it will be some heavy rain. likely delays, but maybe not as many cancellations as if the wintry edge was closer to big cities like atlanta, boston. it's mostly a rain event here. some of the rain is heavy. two to three inches of rain. check with your local carriers. roads are likely to be slower. give yourself extra time. all the way up to the thanksgiving holiday itself, things will get better for the country after that. that's the weather around the nation. here's what you can expect this morning.
>> that list of this morning's wintry cities brought to you by burlington. getting better in the west. that will slide east. for now, and up until wednesday, tough going in the east. coming up on "gma," serious murder. the husband charged with killing his wife in their tennessee mansion headed to court. and michael jackson's doctor, conrad murray, speaking out for the first time after being released from jail. olympic skiing scar bode
miller in a bitter cross-country custody fight. people saying this one could be a milestone. and batkid here live. here in times square, go nowhere. here in times square, go nowhere. ♪ our plan is in place. ♪ we've rigged up a trap to catch sight of his face. ♪ ♪ if only we could, just stay awake... ♪ ♪
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abuse in the seventh floor dorm room that the three white students shared with a black freshman. the trio is charged with a misdemeanor hate crime and misdemeanor battery. the naacp wants them increased to felonies. a fourth student has been suspended and expected to face similar charges. let's see how the week is getting off on the roads. here's leyla. >> a vehicle strike prior to the lathrop station happened about 7:09. we have this accident blocking a lane involving an overturned vehicle cordelia. also along the peninsula injury accident blocking one lane. heavy backups before highway 84. eric. leyla, than
♪ that was something to simulcast. the amas. macklemore. ryan lewis. crowd-surfing during their blockbuster ama performance.h2 and pitbull, high marks for his hosting role. he's flown all night long. he's going to be with us right here in our little old studio today. >> for pitbull, he's up all day, all night. event, event, event. >> he can wear a tux. also coming up, exclusive interview with conrad murray. michael jackson's doctor is speaking out for the first time since his release from jail. and the latest on a custody battle for olympic skier bode
miller. why people on both sides of this case say it's so important, what's happening here. speaking of matters of great importance. there he is. all manners of bat. >> thank god he's here. >> there he is, batkid. >> oh, he is -- >> batman. he has come to vanquish foes. and we need the help. >> there are so many. >> i do believe i saw the penguin lurking. joker on the loose as well. there's only one man who can save pitbull and the rest of us from their evil clutches. >> and in case you don't know the back story, this brave little young man battling with leukemia. they did this in san francisco. it was a big hit. he's in remission.
>> i met him backstage. he never breaks character. he's always batkid. >> of course not. the tennessee man accused of murdering his wife, leaving their 2-year-old daughter alone in their mansion with the body. he's pleaded not guilty. his motive is a mystery. and abc's linsey davis has the story. >> reporter: the man accused of murdering his wife in their tennessee mansion will be back in court today. the mysterious murder in the mansion left 34-year-old rachel maidens dead. and a country club community on lockdown. prosecutors say 42-year-old randolph maidens shot his wife ten times with two guns and then took off on foot. >> he fled the scene. took the weapons. that showed premeditation. >> reporter: by all accounts, they were a successful couple. she was an orthodontist. he was a pharmaceutical sales rep. they married in 2008. on facebook in the about rachel section, she wrote, happily married to my husband randy
and back home in nashville. they lived in brentwood, tennessee, with their 2-year-old daughter. a daughter who was left all alone in the home that spring night this past april after her mother was shot to death. after a 12-hour manhunt, the father surrounded after allegedly hiding in the woods. it's still not clear why he would have been there but one neighbor described on hln seeing maidens in the woods behind their homes three weeks before the murder. >> he was wearing all black, including a ski mask, and a backpack that was cylinder shaped. i said, what are you doing? he said, my wife's a doctor. i promised her i would take the dogs for a walk and i got lost. >> reporter: rachel maidens' mother currently has custody of her granddaughter and has filed a civil action against her son-in-law to block him from using the couple's assets. maidens has pleaded not guilty to all charges, including homicide. and police have not revealed a motive. >> they're going to be checking his phone records to see if he
had an affair or was planning something else. >> reporter: investigators say a note was left by maidens on the kitchen counter expressing regret for what happened and they say he had more than $87,000 in the trunk of his car. he's currently out of bond and must wear a gps tracking device on his angle. we could find out today when his trial is. >> all that money in his trunk? >> $87,000 this cash. the surprising comments from conrad murray, speaking out for the first time since being released from prison for his role in the death of michael jackson. >> i did not agree with michael in using such a powerful sedative for sleep. >> reporter: for the first time since being released from prison, conrad murray is speaking out about michael jackson's last days. murray, who was convicted in 2011, of involuntary manslaughter for giving jackson an overdose of propofol tells australia's "60 minutes" program
that he tried to stop the pop superstar from taking the drugs. >> so what i told michael is that we have to get you off of that substance. however, i mean, call it ideal or not ideal, michael jackson is not a guy you can just say stop it. >> reporter: he says jackson was a drug addict and administered the deadly dose to himself. murray told australia's channel 9 which confirmed it paid for the interview, he was jackson's closest friend. he loved jackson. and that the pop icon spoke to him on the day he was found guilty. >> michael touched me. he put his hands on my shoulder and he touched me and he spoke to me. he speaks to me. he does. >> reporter: murray claims jackson was $40 million in debt and that he had unusual habits. he slept with dolls, yes. is that normal?
no, it's not normal. but if you understood the history of michael as a child and the things that he has encountered in life and you're willing to listen, you probably wouldn't judge him. in another interview with the u.k.'s daily paper murray claims jackson trusted no one. he didn't let maids in to clean the bedroom. abc news reached out to the jackson lawyers. they have not commented on murray's interviews. murray served two years of a four year sentence in connection to jack john's death. he's appealing the conviction. okay. big weather week ahead. let's get to sam. >> we start with some pictures of cold new york city. did you feel cold yesterday during the day, folks? >> we did. >> i got off the plane yesterday and said, what is this? >> waa. waa. >> yesterday, 30 degrees. the coldest november high temperature since 1989. it's this pocket of cold air that stays with it.
look at the wind chills. philly, you feel like 12. cincinnati feels like the 20s. washington, like 16. asheville, about 22. definitely cold air. this system as it moves to the eastern seaboard is not just rain but inland snow. mountain snow totals up. upstate new york, buffalo and syracuse, ten. >> all that weather brought to you by the university of phoenix. as the east coast gets better by thanksgiving day, the west coast starts now. temperatures on the west coast warmer. phoenix dries out. it's a good time. >> i got off the plane after being away for two weeks -- you're getting no sympathy. >> i realize that. i realize that. >> i'll save you, sam.
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university. only after, she claims, miller denied being the father. she said, go take your paternity 'tis already. i'm over the way you have been treating us. you can't hide dna. >> he never wanted much to do with hi son. he energily asked if he could sign over his rights. >> reporter: she says attempts to keel miller in their some's life were denied. releasing this text message she sclams from him. i'm not sure. i'm not going to do this with you sar are. you maid this choice against my wish and gave me no say. you're going to do this on your own. >> my only option was to quit working 72 hours a week at a dapg rouse job where i had almost lost my life a few months prior, to make the best life for my child. >> reporter: miller had an apparent change of heart, accusing her of fleeing with their unborn child. a new york judge agreed. a california family court
granted miller custody. this morning, miller could not be reached for comment. he said he wanted to do his duty but miss mckenna wanted to humiliate him. miller is currently training for the winter olympics. they have both said they hope for coparenting. so far, robin and george, they can't agree on a name. she calls the baby sam, he calls him nate. >> wow. >> i hope they can work it out. coming up here, batkid racing into times square this morning. we need him. come, batman, come. the joker, the penguin are all here. we need you. ka-pow. >> wow. play of the day. band of brothers. fifth graders inspiring all today. so good. so good. ♪
>> had to do this up with. saw it, had to do it. >> mm-hmm. >> it's a story of team. of brotherhood. of decency, kindness. a group of fifth grade football players in bridge wather, massachusetts, rallied arn one of their own who was being bullied and showed what they and we all could be made of. >> well put. >> reporter: his spirit is infectio infectious. his voice, giant. >> who are we? >> reporter: and he's the most dapper kind ergartener you have ever seen. he rights up every room he's in. and the sidelines. he is the manager for the football team. he was born with a speech disorder. recently at school, kidding were teasing him. his teammates heard. they reacted. >> we didn't want him to get picked on. maybe if we all wore suits they would stop picking on him.
>> reporter: 45 boys, all dressed in suits and ties. all rallying around danny. brothers to the last. >> we heard that danny was getting picked on. we thought we would all have a day to dress up like danny. and we thought we would sponsor danny. to um -- show danny that we love him. and -- that we love him very much. >> everybody's cheering him on. and when he's -- everybody loves him. >> reporter: and danny was asked if it was a great day for him. >> yeah. >> reporter: and his parents are grateful for the support of a tigh tight-knit community. >> good for my family, but good for daniel who needs just a little bit extra. as you can see, it's just -- it's just a very, very -- >> you see other kids looking out for him and making sure he's okay, they always have his back. it leaves me speechless.
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good morning. i'm eric thomas. president obama heads to the bay area today to raise money and talk about immigration. he'll arrive in san francisco this morning before going to an event at the betty ong chinese recreation center. he'll then attend two democratic fundraisers before leaving for southern california. here's mike with the forecast. check out this picture. look at how hazy it is. that's because it's a spare the air day. enforced air quality in the north bay. should not burn wood today. seasonal temperatures and i'm trending wednesday, thursday and friday much drier. leyla. we have this accident in san jose northbound along the nimitz
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good morning, america. 8:00 a.m. you can't stop this party after pitbull's big night hosting the blockbuster amas, he's here live. taking over times square. and j. lo's show-stopping salsa. the feeling couldn't hold macklemore. all the hot moments from the amas. and the 5-year-old who grabbed our hearts in san francisco. saving the city with thousands cheering him on. now, batkid swinging in to save "gma," only on -- >> we need you urgently, to report to "gma." in times square. please, batkid, we need you.
>> batkid answering the call. there he is in the bat mobile. coming into times square. we put up the signal earlier because we needed him. there it is. we need his help. we need batkid's help. look who is on the loose this morning in times square. >> oh, no. >> the penguin. the penguin is here. that's why we need batkid and batman, finally here in our studio this morning. >> they're going to keep us all safe and sound. there they are. >> oh, there he is! >> you ready to keep us safe? >> batkid, thanks goodness you're here. >> he's here to save the day. >> are you ready? >> thumbs up if you're ready to save the world? yes. >> he's the strong silent type. >> he is. he is 5 years old. now in remission. after battling lieukemileukemia.
the city of san francisco, they came together to make his wish of being batman. capturing hearts across the country. something tells me he'll keep us all safe this morning. >> lord knows we need it. they are lurking. not just sam being back. >> wow, sam. >> ka-pow. also ahead. that's it. that's it, sam. we're also down to the final four on "dancing with the stars." a fascinating two weeks. we have a two-night finale tonight. we have been there throughout. exclusive access to all the rehearsals. before all is said and done. >> we have been there for every step of the way. very exciting. also, everybody. just days away from your best thanksgiving ever, we hope. and our health and wellness contributor here with smart ways to enjoy classish dishes without extra calories. is that bacon? i knew i loved you. >> 30 strips. look at this.
>> everything is better with bacon, as we always say. you would expect thanksgiving day to be a big show. monday to be a big show. it's "good morning america," after all. tomorrow may be bigger. i gotta tell you. look at them. >> wow, so handsome. >> one direction. right here. fresh off their ama performance. live, if you're anywhere near times square, i can't imagine you wouldn't be here. >> they won two big awards last night. >> unbelievable. >> and they owned the stage. a lot coming up. news from josh first. >> we begin with the storm tearing across the country. sam's been telling us about all morning long. more than a dozen people now have died on treacherous roads in the southwest and the plains states. hundreds of flights canceled in dallas today. a ripple effect across the country. the storm moves east. a holiday travel nightmare for millions along the eastern seaboard. particularly here in the northeast on wednesday.
sam opposite complete forecast in just a moment. the price of gas going up for the first time in months. prices have risen some seven cents a gallon in the last week. the most expensive average is $3.61 a gallon in connecticut. new york and california not that far behind. cheapest in oklahoma, kansas, and new mexico. new fallout from the nuclear deal reached with iran over the weekend. this morning, saudi arabia claimed it was deceived by the u.s. and left in the dark. about the deal. israel also furious, saying it will act alone against iran if necessary. the deal gives iran some $7 million in sanction relief. in, change of daily monitoring of nuclear sights. and the lead prosecutor investigating the school shooting in newtown, connecticut, is is releasing a
summary report today. the report is stirring controversy. the summary report is not enough, say critics. they're angry that the bulk of the evidence is being withheld. families of the victims have voiced concerns about privacy. at the box office this weekend, the new "hunger games" movie caught fire and them some. the second movie in the "hunger games" series made $161 million. a record for a november movie opening. it is taking the globe by fiery storm. and talk about stunning. we have seen the ohio state marching band do great stuff this year. this might be as good as any, however. this is a tribute to the 150th anniversary of the gettysburg address. you saw the soldiers on the field. you saw that soldier on horseback. they ultimately form the lincoln memorial. all with the help of modern technology. i'll say this. interestingly. and i can't confirm it.
i was reading this weekend, they use an app to get those things done. an app created by somebody from the university of michigan. >> oh, that's awesome. >> actually terrific. >> i think that is great. >> if true. i'm just a news man. i try to -- >> it would be good to check. "pop news" coming up with lara. first, let's get the weather from sam. >> ladies and gentlemen, that newsman, josh elliott, just telling the news. an awful lot of georgia here. hey, sam, sam, where are you from? >> dallas. >> they're getting rain and ice there today. let's get to the boards. we have one or two things happening. we'll talk about things improving. sam, when are you going home? are you staying the whole time? >> tomorrow. >> then you're getting improving weather. look from denver to phoenix, to oklahoma city. to dallas. we're going to slightly warm things up in a lot of locations. today, you'll step into warmer temperatures later on. the heavy rain, houston, new orleans, jackson, mobile.
almost to atlanta today. well toward nashville. that's today. and then the storm continues east. it's dry in the west coast. l.a. is gorgeous. all the way up the west coast for the next couple of days into thanksgiving. it will be beautiful weather. we're a little chilly. that's all right. >> i'm a little chilly right now. we're live in times square, by the way. i'm a little confused. i haven't been here for awhile. where do we go? we go back to -- >> all: lara.
>> all right. thank you, sam. thank you, everybody. here's a look at what is coming up on our "gma morning menu". first in pip news -- it's pitbull. he's joining us live. he'll talk about his favorite moments of the amas. and the viral video about girls as engineers that has so many people talking. josh brought it to us. why it could land the company in court. and then eat it to beat it. tips you need to cut the sugar and calories from your thanksgiving feast. plus, batkid. and pitbull performing. in moments, live, here on "gma." [ male announcer ] introducing new fast acting advil. with an ultra-thin coating and fast absorbing advil ion core™ technology, it stops pain before it gets worse. nothing works faster. new fast acting advil. look for it in the white box.
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♪ i came in like a wrecking ball i never hit so hard ♪ so this is the moment. i understand. miley cyrus closing the amas last night. with wrecking ball. perhaps you would expect that. blew up twitter. perhaps you would expect that. but not a lip-synching kitten. more than 10,000 tweets per minute. >> why is that a surprise? >> i just didn't expect a kidden. >> i have to ask. we have an expert here with us. pitbull is here with us. >> hello. >> always great to see you. >> what was that like? >> hey. >> the kitten. >> i could say a couple of things about that. i don't know about national television. >> it was different. >> it was. it has everybody talking. on the marketing side, genius. genius and brilliant. >> we'll try to convince him to share that with us.
and so much more. pitbull. fresh off his stint as the host of the amas. american music awards. pitbull, he flew all night. >> thank you, bud. >> we haven't slept yet. i told them on the amas, it's a miracle, america, that i'm on "good morning america." >> from amas to "gma," and he's going to do "pop news" with me. let's get to it. your favorite three moments -- our favorite moment, first latin american host ever. >> ah, well, for one. it was definitely an honor. appreciate it. [ speaking spanish ] >> exactly. exactly. si. >> look at the subtitles. look at the subtitled. >> your third favorite. >> my third favorite, i want the say a big thank you to the stage crew in the amas. we were back there and we were performing timber, kesha was great. thank you to her. when i was back there, we had
all these beautiful women and dancers, they wrote on the stage, pitbull for president 2016. >> i have no doubt you can do it. >> that was great. one of the highlights. >> number two? >> number two would have to be the monologue. >> you killed it. >> we were so nervous going in, what were we going to say? how were we going to say it? my favorite part was mentioning sofia vergara and picturing her naked when i'm nervous. >> that's what we all do. >> whenever you're nervous, sofia will help you. thing of her. thank you, sofia. >> and finally, pitbull's favorite moment. >> jennifer lopez and her tribute. [ speaking spanish ] >> yes. >> look at that, man. >> i mean, did she just nail it? >> did you see when they flipped her and they -- i liked when she had the little dress and the --
she knows what she's doing. >> she does. >> we need her here, man. she would heat things up in new york. it's cold out there. >> also want to talk about another great moment from the night. katy perry, she didn't bring john mayer. her date was megan squier. i don't know if you remember this story. she's the high school cheerleader that inspired verrado high school's submission. to our contest. the video didn't win the contest. but katy so touched by the spirit, she invited megan and her whole family to music's biggest night. you can see megan there on the red carpet. she got to do interviews and hung out backstage. she got to meet the stars of the music industry. and katy, we love you for being such a true and cool artist. >> that's great. that is great. and then finally in pop news. you're proof positive that monday blues exist. >> no, monday blues don't exist.
no day's blues exist. every day above ground is great. >> who doesn't remember this line from the classic movie "office space. " >> uh-oh, sounds like somebody's got a case of the mondays. >> the mondays? the monday morning blues are not so blue afterall. a new study found people are most alert and productive at 10:01 a.m. on mondays. apparently, you should try to tackle all of your to-do list at that -- or by that time. >> i'm alert on hump day. >> thank you. what day is it? >> hump day! >> you like that, too. >> i love that. every day is hump day. >> can we keep him? can we keep him? >> we love him. this is important, though. because we all have our days. if you don't get your to-do list done by monday afternoon, forget it. chances are it will not happen the rest of the week.
and the worst time of the week is reportedly tuesdays at 4:00 p.m. and tuesday, robin's called as her day. >> i called it as my day. >> you were right, robin. >> that, everybody, is "pop news" with pitbull. so good to have you back. >> you're going to sing for us, right? >> give us a sampling. [ singing in spanish ] >> we're going to work on it. okay. >> thank you, pitbull. thank you so much. we move on to a brewing legal battle over a viral video. we showed it to you last week. in "play of the day." remember? it was viewed by more than 8 million people. now the company behind the popular video headed to court. looking to protect the use of the song made famous by the beastie boys. rebecca jarvis has the story. ♪ >> reporter: it's the commercial that struck a chord with viewers everywhere. raking in over 8 million clicks on youtube.
♪ girls >> reporter: and now, in a surprise move, goldieblox is taking on the band that made the song popular. they said the beastie boys are now threatening goldieblox with copyright infringement. ♪ girls should do the dishes do the laundry ♪ >> reporter: goldieblox wants to see the girls doing this. the company says by changing the lyrics, the song becomes a parody. and protects them from any future beastie legal action. >> they state in the complaint that the lyrics are making fun of, in essence criticizing the lyrics of the beastie boys song. >> reporter: but the beastie
boys are singing a different tune. they're saying the basis of the lawsuit is completely false. telling abc news there was no come plapt. complaint. no demand letter. no demand for that matter when goldieblox sued the beastie boys. is this a case of sue or be sued? >> if there's any apparent threat, they want it rekosolved quickly. they don't want to wait for the beastie boys to sue them. >> it's the same preemptive tactic that robin thicke had this summer. over his hit blurred lines. and though that legal strategy has worked so far for thicke, only time will tell if it can keep these girls out of court. one of the issues not addressed is the wishes of beastie boy adam who passed away. he died from cancer last year. he reportedly hand-wrote in his will that in no event could
anything created by me be used for advertising purpose. you can see, sticky situation. obviously, a great message from the girls. but then, you want to respect his wishes as well. >> he was very explicit. >> i want this one to get worked out so badly. so badly. >> and you might see them at the super bowl if they do. because they want the ad at the super bowl. >> thank you, rebecca. "dancing with the stars" time. one more couple sent home tonight. the finale tomorrow. the pressure is on. the finalists spent all day sunday rehearsing. melissa rycroft has the latest as they go to the wire. >> reporter: it's deja vu for "dancing with the stars" viewers, who might remember corbin's quick step. ♪ i'm going to the country don't you want to go ♪ >> reporter: jack's jive. ♪ she can ask for the truth but she'll never believe ♪ >> reporter: bill's viennese waltz and amber's charleston.
finale time. are you nervous? >> scared. sad, excited. >> reporter: and dizzy. finalists will also free style. >> we're excited about it. nervous, nervous. one wrong step can send us both to the hospital. >> reporter: well, we don't want that. and the all sam bah relay as tlc sings their hit, no scrubs. ♪ no, i don't want your number >> i hope we can contain ourselves. >> reporter: it's more than dancing that counts. viewers' votes helped bill engvall survive. from day one, i said i'm team bill. i did not expect to see you here. >> we didn't either. this is the most amazing wonderful journey. i've had the best time of my life. whatever the outcome is, we've won. >> reporter: four-time winner derek hough has a half-baked idea to influence the voters. >> i've been doing the bake sale. blueberry muffins out to every home in america. they open the blueberries, it's like, vote for amber and derek. ♪ >> reporter: your dad posted a
video on youtube. >> i saw that. >> reporter: were you behind that? >> i have had no idea. >> reporter: will the idea work? the world finds out hours from now. >> this is it. this is it. >> reporter: for "good morning america," melissa rycroft, abc news, los angeles. >> watch it all tonight. "dancing with the stars," 8:00, 7:00 central. wednesday all four couples right here in times square. "dancing with the stars" afterparty. now over to lara and sam. thank you, george. all week long, how to make this your best thanksgiving ever. nutrition and wellness editor dave zinczenko is here. with strategies to help you eat it to beat it. en joying traditional dishes that you love without all the calories or the sugar. >> exactly. >> we begin. >> the dark meat turkey with cranberry sauce. the darker the turkey, the more fat it harbors. if you don't want to jiggle, don't get the canned cranberry sauce. it's loaded with sugar.
>> no jiggling, sam. >> sam, come on out here. >> eight chocolate eclairs. >> one of them doesn't have a filling. i don't know what happened to it. >> eight chocolate eclairs, you can french-kiss your diet good-bye. instead, you want to go with -- >> i'm sorry. >> go with turkey breast and a homemade cranberry sauce. this is a mean, lane, metabolism-boosting protein. when you make it yourself, you end up saving -- 80 grams of sugar. >> that's good. pecan pie. how bad is it? >> you've heard of life of pi. this is death of pie right here. 550 calories with the ice cream. the equivalent of 30 strips of bacon. >> 28 strips of bacon. >> okay, so you suggest --
>> have the pumpkin, bumpkin. >> don't you want to see what we save? >> yeah. >> so you have the pumpkin instead of the pecan. you saved 307 calories. finally. 30 seconds. this is -- >> candied sweet potato. marshmallows. they're not on the food pyramid. it's the equivalent of 29 vanilla wafers. >> those little marshmallows that much? >> instead? >> the mashed potatoes with the turkey gravy. as much as you want. oh, so good, so few calories. >> really? you're my new best friend. you'll save 38 grams of sugar. dave rules.
good morning. i'm eric thomas. 4,000 families living in santa clara county will be receiving thanksgiving food in san jose beginning this morning. they waited in long lines to register for the thanksgiving food boxes earlier this month. sacred heart community service is providing residents with a frozen turkey, canned goods and other groceries for them to prepare a thanksgiving dinner for their families at home. the food distribution will take place today through wednesday. let's get an update now on the monday morning commute, leyla. eric, just before you get to lathrop. canceled due to hitting a car on the track. we've got damage on that locomotive. not going to use locomotive train number 7. look at this drive southbound on 84 right at the ge plant we have a report of a car fire there.
as we head into the afternoon hours we'll have high clouds roll in. low 60s. accuweather seven-day forecast, check out wedne ♪ y'all having a good time ♪ yeah yeah yeah ♪ don't stop the party ♪ yeah yeah yeah ♪ don't stop the party [ cheers and applause ] so good. >> now, i'm never complaining ever again about a monday morning. because he worked last night. he worked all night last night. >> all night long he flew. >> he flew all night to be here today. it's great to have pitbull here after hosting the amas last night. >> nonstop to be here. that's his smash hit, don't stop the party. we're going to hear so much more from mr. worldwide coming up. >> it's true. however, there are issues.
things to deal with before that. we have some problems to solve, people. one person can do it. thrilled to have miles scott here for an exclusive morning television adventure. of course, miles, we all came to know him as the batkid. miles scott, in remission after battling leukemia. earlier this month, thousands of people in san francisco came together as one and made his wish to be batman for a day come completely true. now, we mentioned that the joker and the penguin are here on the loose in times square. hopefully, the batkid can get it worked out for us. first, here's his story. ♪ he is the dark knight. lighting up so many lives. [ chanting ] >> all: batkid batkid! >> reporter: 5-year-old miles scott captured the heart of the nation earlier this month after transforming into batkid and
helping save the city of san francisco, or, i guess we could say, gotham. >> help, help! >> reporter: his dream come true, made possible by the make-a-wish foundation and 13,000 volunteers. all of them touched by miles' real-life story of heroism. after three years, he's defeated his worst nemesis yet, leukemia. >> it's my pleasure to present to you, the key to gotham city by the bay. >> reporter: miles' caped crusade attracted the attention of the president. >> way to go, miles. way to save gotham. >> reporter: and the actual men behind the mask. michael keaton. >> i'm batman. >> reporter: christian bale. and ben affleck, who tweeted, batkid, best batman ever. back in his real bat cave of tulelake, california, he lets his brother play robin. his vivid imagination a lifesaver if you ask his parents. >> when we put superheroes on,
he would get the extra puff in his chest. he felt like he was invincible. it's been a way for him to fight through all that he's been through. >> reporter: now, miles, about to embark on yet another epic adventure. >> do you like the airplane? >> reporter: like the superhero he is miles and his family flew all the way to new york city where he now wait ifs the wings for his latest mission. and look at who we have here. the batkid, miles scott. his fella and friend, batman, and his parents, nick and natalie scott. first of all, miles, you're here in the bat cave. how did we do this morning? does it look good? >> yeah. >> i bet, i bet. >> do you feel ready to save pitbull and all of us? >> yeah. >> what do you like about batman? what is your favorite thing about batman? >> when he scratches the car with these. >> and he beats the bad guys. >> uh huh. >> i heard you took your first plane ride to get here. >> that's my second ride.
>> oh. >> second ride? >> was it great? >> what was the best part of being on the plane? did you get good treats? >> yeah. >> oh, good. i'm so glad. mom and dad, want to ask you. natalie and nick, you have seen the outpouring from san francisco. you have seen president obama giving messages to miles. it's got to be fantastic. before we hear how you're feeling, one more from our mayor, mayor bloomberg. >> hey, batkid. great to welcome another brave crime fighter to the real gotham. new york city. >> thank you so much, mayor michael bloomberg. i have to ask you. what has this response been like to your son, to your family? >> it's been amazing. i mean -- we never expected anything like this on a level like this. >> oh, wow. looks like batkid is warming up and really feeling ready. >> the make-a-wish foundation helped make this thing happen.
in san francisco. obviously, they come in and help kids who have been sick or battling kind of forget about things for a little while. how has it helped miles? >> the good thing about miles is that he finished his chemotherapy. he's in remission. this has been like the afterparty for him. and a way to kick it off. chemo is all he's ever known. he was diagnosed at 18 months. that's the life that he's known. this is kind of a way to celebrate the ending. >> it's a new life. we want to tell you how you can help. help make a wish. you can help them grant more wishes to kids like miles. it's the believe campaign. for every stamped letter you bring, again, to macy's, head for santa and the north pole, macy's will donate one dollar to make a wish. miles scott, hang on, hang on, batkid. hang on. what? >> uh-oh. >> breaking news. we have a star in trouble. >> oh. >> batkid we have a star in trouble.
pitbull, pitbull has been taken by the joker and the peng we. wait, what's happening. take a look. >> we need you. we feed you, batkid, go! >> all right. batkid, batkid, can you help him? can you save the day? go, let's go, let's go! good luck, batkid! sam, we've got some serious issues here, samuel. serious issues. >> and so grateful that batkid is here to save the day. same bat time. same bat channel. we'll have the results of the batkid saving pitbull series in just a moment. now let's follow the storm system on the eastern sea woord. watch the low from the new orleans area. it will get pounded with rain
during the day today and swing up the eastern seaboard. it is not thanksgiving day. this may be just as bad if it's wednesday. the main travel day for the holiday on the eastern seaboard. most of the nation looks fantastic. if you have east coast plans, you need to be following this storm. it should get out of the area by afternoon into the evening on wednesday. so wednesday, wednesday night, this thing pulls out. you don't have to be silent. just because -- just because we're inside and not outside. you don't have to be that quiet. we're not that polite. oh, josh? >> it was tension, sam.
after all, has batkid saved the day? we have to find out. moments ago. let's take a look. there he was, batkid. yeah. taking down the joker. breaking through that chain. freeing pitbull just in time. will he get to the stage in time? that's coming. >> bang! >> can i get a ka-pow? >> ka-pow. >> oh, no. go, pitbull. pitbull and batkid.
[ cheers and applause ] thanks to batkid we're happy to have pitbull safe and sound. it was close for awhile. >> did you see that? >> we didn't know if you were going make it in time. >> he broke me out. he was cool about it. i had to make sure the joker was down. >> you did make sure that joker was down. we want to hear you sing "timber." a brand-new track. off his brand-new deluxe edition of "global warming meltdown." he's going to do it in a moment. >> it's going to go down in a moment. >> it is. this is the second time we're going to see it live. >> we're missing kesha. she's still in l.a. she partied all night. we're the ones time-traveling. >> people wanted more.
meltdown came down. "global warming" came out and your fans were like, more, more, more. >> a great opportunity to be able to do timber with kesha. we worked with kelly rowland. and ina. she's an international star. she's going to start breaking in the stage. looking forward to it. >> you want to hear "timber" right now? just the second time live on national tv, mr. worldwide. let's go. ♪ >> good morning, america. it's about to go down. ♪ it's going down i'm yelling timber ♪ ♪ you better move you better dance ♪ ♪ you better dance ♪ let's make a night you won't remember ♪ ♪ i'll be the one you won't forget ♪ ♪ ooh ♪ ooh
>> timber. ♪ it's going down ♪ ooh >> timber. timber. ♪ it's going down ♪ the bigger they are the harder they fall ♪ ♪ these bigiddy boys are diggidy dogs ♪ ♪ i have 'em like miley cyrus clothes off, twerkin in their bras and thongs ♪ ♪ timber ♪ face down booty up timber ♪ that's the way we like to what, timber ♪ ♪ i'm slicker than an oil spill she say she won't ♪ ♪ but i bet she will timber ♪ swing your partner round and round ♪ ♪ end of the night it's goin' down ♪ ♪ one more shot another round ♪ end of the night it's goin' down ♪ ♪ swing your partner round and round, end of the night it's going down ♪ ♪ one more shot it's another round ♪ ♪ end of the night it's going down ♪ ♪ it's going down i'm yelling timber ♪ ♪ you better move you better move ♪ ♪ you better dance you better dance ♪ ♪ let's make a night let's make a night you won't remember ♪ ♪ i'll be the one you won't forget ♪ ♪ it's going down i'm yelling timber you better move ♪
♪ you better move ♪ you better dance let's make a night you won't remember i'll be the one you won't forget ♪ >> good morning, america, let's go! ♪ ooh >> timber! ♪ ooh >> it's going down. ♪ ooh >> timber. timber. ♪ ooh ♪ look up in the sky it's a bird, it's a plane ♪ ♪ nah, it's just me ain't a damn thing changed ♪ ♪ live in hotels swing on planes ♪ ♪ blessed to say money ain't a thing ♪ ♪ club jumpin' like lebron now ♪ order me another round, homey ♪ ♪ we about to clown why? ♪ cause it's about to go down ♪ swing your partner round and round ♪ ♪ end of the night it's goin' down ♪ ♪ one more shot another round ♪ end of the night it's goin' down ♪ ♪ swing your partner round and round ♪ ♪ end of the night it's goin' down ♪ ♪ one more shot another round ♪ end of the night it's goin' down ♪ ♪ it's going down i'm yelling timber ♪ ♪ you better move you better move ♪ ♪ you better dance you better
dance ♪ ♪ let's make a night you won't remember ♪ ♪ you won't remember ♪ i'll be the one you won't forget ♪ ♪ it's going down it's going down i'm melling timber ♪ ♪ you better move you better dance you better dance note ♪ let's make a night you woept remember i'll be the one you won't forget ♪ ♪ let's go ♪ whoa >> timber! ♪ whoa >> it's going down! timber! ♪ whoa >> it's going down. ♪ whoa >> timber. ♪ whoa >> timber. ♪ whoa >> it's going down! ♪ whoa >> it's going down! timber! it's going down! whoo! [ cheers and applause ]
[ cheers and applause ] time for more pitbull. another megahit off global warming meltdown. >> i can't believe it. it's "don't stop the party" from pitbull. ♪ >> "gma," get 'em, girl. ♪ you don't get them girls loose loose you don't get the world loose loose ♪ ♪ you don't get money move move but i do i do ♪ y'all having a good time? let's go. ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah don't stop the party ♪ ♪ i'm running through the world like i'm running back scarface,
world's mine running back ♪ ♪ 30,000 people went here on me 80,000 in london wembley 90,000 meem people morocco and i'm just getting warmed up, papo ♪ ♪ catch me with redone in stockholm, beirut cafe getting my drink on mole ♪ ♪ a lot of pretty women in the hooka all of them sweet ♪ ♪ adukar, azucar dale disfruta ♪ ♪ they can't, they won't they never will, stop the party they can't, they won't they never will, stop the party ♪ ♪ i said, y'all having a good time out there ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah que no pare la fiesta don't stop the party ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah que no pare la fiesta don't stop the party ♪ ♪ i'm from the city where they strike and they sleep real bad ♪ ♪ and now i'm doing shows in helsinki finland ♪ ♪ i know what ya'll thinking you're thinking that you can out think me but you can't break
me ♪ ♪ but you can't frankly i'm out for the benchies ♪ ♪ just cause you ain't me don't hate me as a matter fact you should thank me ♪ ♪ even if you don't joel come yankees zig-a zig-a zig-a zig-a ♪ ♪ who got the key of the world now, yours truly ♪ ♪ they can't, they won't they never will stop the party ♪ ♪ they can't they won't, they never will, stop the party ♪ ♪ stop the party stop the party ♪ ♪ i said, y'all having a good time out there ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah que no pare la fiesta don't stop the party ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah que no pare la fiesta don't stop the party ♪ ♪ imma give it to ya ah ah now give it to me ah ah ♪ ♪ imma give it to ya ah ah now give it to me ah ah ♪ ♪ imma give it to ya ah ah now give it to me ah ah ♪ ♪ get funky, get funky now stop
i said y'all having a good time out there ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah que no pare la fiesta don't stop the party ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah que no pare la fiesta don't stop the party ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah que no pare la fiesta don't stop the party ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah que no pare la fiesta don't stop the party ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
it's a gotham city police badge. >> this is the real deal. >> they were used in the production of "batman begins." >> congratulations. >> and d.c. entertainment, home of the iconic d.c. superheroes bat map, superman, wonderwoman. thrilled to be a hero like batkid. officially, the work of the comics, josh has that for you. their rendering of a sketch, batkid in a comic with batman. that is so absolutely wonderful. one direction tomorrow. but ladies and gentlemen, first, extra, extra read all about it. batkid saves times square. >> yes. thank you pitbull. thank you pitbull! >> and pitbull saving times square as well. one more song? >> let's do it. >> it's only monday, people. it's only monday. ♪
good morning. i'm eric thomas. president obama returns to the bay area today to talk about immigration reform and attend two fundraisers. he'll arrive in san francisco in about 90 minutes and head to an event in chinatown. mike, what's the weather going to be like for this visit? it's going to be poor air quality. we have spare the air especially in the north bay. temperatures will be pretty nice, i think he'll like being here today with low to mid-60s with increasing high clouds. clouds will hang around tonight too. keep our temperatures up a little bit. few 30s inland. accuweather seven-day forecast looking much drier wednesday and thursday. leyla. ace train number 7 canceled due to it hitting a car on the tracks just prior to the lathrop
station. we have a sigalert before announcer: it's "live with kelly and michael." today, from "the hunger games: catching fire," stanley tucci. and from the serious "two and a half men', amber tamblyn. plus, wrestling superstar john cena. all next on "live." [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television] announcer: now here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪ cheers and applause] michael: hey!