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good morning, america. and breaking news, this russian warplane shot out of the sky near the syrian border this morning. the pilots ejecting. turkey saying it took down the plane over its airspace. as americans everywhere are edge, a global terror alert abroad and at home. fears about isis sympathizers launching an attack. also breaking overnight, five protesters shot at a black lives matter rally in minnesota. witnesses claim white supremacists are behind the attack. >> the person next to me on my left went down, the person on my right went down. >> the manhunt for at least three suspects after a week of violent demonstrations against police. donald trump doubling down on his 9/11 claims. >> lo and behold, i start
by the hundreds that they were there and they saw this take place. >> insisting he saw people celebrating in new jersey as ben carson backtracks, what he's now. rocket man >> from amazon to outer space, the race to bring tourists to outer space. jeff bezos' company doing before. the rocket man here live this morning with a big announcement. and good morning, america. okay, who is ready to go to space? >> not me. >> no. >> maybe jeff bezos is. that rocket went up. it came down safely and the video is just coming in this morning. >> ha could be the future of space travel. they're boasting of big windows, room for six astronauts and already starting the process of taking reservations for those window seats. i normally like a window seat. >> just not on a rocket.
>> how much for those window seats? >> a lot. >> jeff bezos has a lot. he's going to be here live later. we begin with that breaking news in the war against isis and a russian warplane has been shot down by turkey near the syrian border. america and its allies calling an emergency meeting to deal with it. terry moran with the latest. george. here's what we know right now. there's one russian jet down, two pilots missing and turkey and russia are now in a full-blown diplomatic crisis. it happened this morning in the clear skies above the syria/turkey border. you can see the stricken russian jet in those pictures plummeting to the ground inside syria. after the impact pilots could be seen just before parachuting out. turkey says its air force warned those russian pilots repeatedly they were invading turkish airspace but russia says that those pilots in that jet was in syria where it's conducting operations all along so it's a showdown right now, george.
>> nato is calling that emergency meeting. woo he saw those parachutes, terry, but do we know what happened to the piles? >> reporter: not for sure right now. however, videos are surfacing from syria, one purporting to show a parachute in the trees and one of the russian pilots being taken prisoner. there is another video purporting to show the other russian pilot dead but right now what happened to them still unclear. >> okay, terry, thanks very much. george, now to that other breaking story. five shot at a black lives matter rally in minnesota. abc's t.j. holmes is here with the latest. good morning, t.j. >> good morning, robin. racial tensions were already high in minneapolis after police shot and killed a black man there about a week and a half ago but this morning folks in minneapolis waking up to this headline, police seeking three white male suspects in the shooting of five black lives matter protesters. shortly before 10:45 p.m., witnesses say a dozen protesters
tried to push back three men who turned and opened fire on the crowd. >> i just arrived and there was a crowd trying to push the white supremacists back and like push them out of the camp because there were -- one person was like, they're reaching for a gun. >> i'm going to need as many as i can. >> reporter: police searching for three white male suspects. >> we want justice for jamar. >> reporter: the protest here began a week ago after police shot and killed 24-year-old jamar clark. >> police in full riot gear. >> reporter: they claim he fought with them. some witnesses say he was handcuffed during the shooting. state investigators have announced the officer had no body or dashboard cam but cell phone surveillance and ambulance cameras captured portions of the encounter. protesters are demanding the release of those videos. >> all: we want justice. >> reporter: the spokesperson
for the local chapter of black lives matter who organized the protest and attended the rally last night. >> this has been ongoing for days and it's come to a head tonight with the most violent thing i've ever seen in my life. >> now, the family of clark is actually urging the protesters, hey, it's not worth your safety of the just stop the protests for now. for their part they say we will not be intimidated and will be right back out there today. >> thanks. we move on to the global terror threat. look live at reagan national airport this morning, security stepped up at airports all across the country after the fbi and homeland security warned local law enforcement about a paris-style attack and the state department issues an alert to americans traveling overseas. abc's senior justice tracking the threat. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: good morning, george. high-tempo moment when all the terror overseas, today fbi and homeland security officials are urging local law enforcement across the nation to be prepared on high alert. as shoppers and travelers
prepare for the holiday season, the new fbi homeland security bulletin warns police what they should be most concerned about. the bulletin states that homegrown radicals inspired or directed by syria based operates represent the most likely threat to the homeland. no specific plot has been identified but the bulletin says isis sympathizers to seek to replicate the effects of the paris attacks using similar weapons and tactics although on a smaller scale. this holiday security will be as. decoratings. >> the american public should expect to see enhanced security around airports, around train stations and mass transit systems, any place where there is large crowds gathered. >> reporter: shows of force throughout the country, the nypd conducting training for active shooters on the subways. l.a. police training for a nightmare scenario but the bulletin states detecting homegrown radicals will be
difficult because they can act quickly and independently with only tenuous ties to foreign handlers. and the concern is not just for here at home, that new state department alert calls on americans overseas to be vigilant as well to pay extra attention while traveling and to avoid public places where there are large crowds during this holiday season. george, robin. >> okay, pierre, a lot of fear out there in there is and now to the new threat overseas and a new scare in paris. a suicide belt found in a trash can and in neighboring belgium, brussels remains at its highest alert level for at least another week. abc's matt gutman is there with the latest. good morning, matt. >> reporter: good morning, robin. brussels still very much a city on lockdown. troops and trucks still in the streets here. that as authorities are telling us they've learned of new accomplices from the paris attacks still on the loose here. overnight, french authorities he whack separating several blocks of this paris suburb after a
bomb squads quickly moving in. people rushed from the area. investigators say they're working to confirm whether the explosives match the kind used in the paris attacks. they do know that a cell phone used by salah abdeslam, the sole paris attacker, still on the run pinged on the night of the attacks in the same area. abc news learning the search for abdeslam is intensifying. investigators now believe he is being helped by accomplices and is not alone. that as french authorities working to confirm whether the ringleader killed last week in the shootout in paris was seen in a paris subway with an unknown accomplice in the hours after the attacks. meanwhile, here in brussels, a city on edge. heavily armed police and soldiers still patrolling the streets. subways even schools remain closed. [ speaking a foreign language ] >> reporter: the belgium prime minister saying the country will
at least another six days. concern over a possible imminent threat similar to the paris attacks. that threat s owing so much fear the prime minister had to urge people to try to resume their normal lives, that as schools and subways set to open tomorrow, for the first time in five days. >> been some time, all right, matt, thank you very much. again, highest alert for at least another week. >> okay, we move on to national security and terror dominating the campaign trail. donald trump standing firm behind his claims about 9/11 insisting he saw crowds in new jersey celebrating as the towers came down. fact checkers and some of his gop rivals now challenging trump columbus, ohio, with all that. >> reporter: george, good morning to you. donald trump last night spoke to a massive crowd here in columbus and spoke about 9/11, even at one point saying that he saw people jump from the world trade
center towers from his apartment away. he vividly spoke about what he saw including what he says happened in new jersey. this morning, donald trump doubling down on his statement that he saw on television muslims in new jersey celebrating the 9/11 attacks. >> and lo and behold, i start getting phone calls in my office by the hundreds that they were there and they saw this take place. >> reporter: trump telling a crowd of thousands in ohio that his phone has been ringing off the hook with people who say they saw what he says he saw. >> i watched when the world trade center came tumbling down and i watched in jersey city, new jersey, where thousands and thousands of people were cheering as that building was coming down. >> it's not true and there's plenty of fact checks to prove it isn't. >> reporter: despite fellow candidates like senator marco rubio and new jersey governor chris christie calling him out. >> i think if it had happened i
would remember it but there could be things i forget too. >> trump is standing firm reading part of a "washington post" article from september 18th, 2001. >> a number of people who were allegedly seen celebrating the attacks and holding tailgate-style parties on rooftops. >> reporter: but the newspaper now claiming the allegations were never proven. even dr. ben carson who first saw the video -- >> but did you see that happening though on 9/11? >> i saw the film of it. >> in new jersey. >> yes. >> reporter: clarifying overnight -- >> i thought we were just talking about the fact that muslims were inappropriately celebrating. i didn't know they had an agenda behind the question. >> reporter: carson even apologizing after he misspoke about seeing that video, trump then taking a shot at carson releasing this statement. for ben carson to make this statement and then deny it, it
disease that is acting up again. george. >> you can't make this one up. okay, tom, thanks very much. let's bring in jon karl and, jon, even as this is happening new polls showing donald trump back on top in iowa. >> that's right. this is a if you quinnipiac poll of iowa voters that a month ago had ben carson in the lead. he's now slipped down to third place. donald trump is back on top. but the real story of this poll, george, is ted cruz. he is now neck and neck for the lead with trump, cruz has made a huge jump in just the last month from 10% all the way up to 23%. it looks like carson's loss in this poll has been cruz's gain. he does especially well among evangelicals and get high marks on national security, look, this is just one state but it's iowa and it sure is an important one. >> it's the first one, okay, jon karl, thanks very much. >> we move from politics now, george, to that young teenage boy who made headlines when he had a clock that he made brought it to school, they thought it
was a bomb and now he and his family are asking for millions of dollars in damages and we have more on that story from linzie janis. >> reporter: he's the texas teen hauled out of school in handcuffs after his teachers mistook his homemade clock for a bomb. 14-year-old ahmed mohamed's arrest triggering allegations of racism and cat pulling him into the national spotlight. an outpouring of support across the country, twitter offering him an internship. google asking him to their science fair. mark zuckerberg inviting him to facebook. the young science star riding the wave all the way to the white house accepting an invitation from president obama himself. but overnight lawyers for mohamed's family threatening to sue demanding $15 million from the city of irving, texas, and the school district as well as written apologies claiming the teenager's reputation and the global community has been
>> my civil rights were violated. my life is completely different. >> reporter: accountability needs to hurt in this particular case. those apologies and those retractions, those are incredibly important to this family. >> reporter: the police and mohamed's school have stood by their actions. but for the first time lawyers providing details of their account of the high school freshman's treatment, alleging he was interrogated by seven adults, prevented from calling his parents and forced to sign a statement saying he intended to bring a hoax bomb to school. >> he is forever associated with bombmaking. >> reporter: linzie janis, abc news, new york. >> amy is now here with the morning's other top stories starting with a legal fight over syrian refugees. >> that's right, the aclu is suing indiana's governor claiming he doesn't have the power to stop syrian refugees from settling in his state. mike pence is one of dozens of governors who suspended resettlement efforts after the
paris attacks and the lawsuit claims that violates the constitution. and in texas, four soldiers have been killed after their helicopter similar to this one crashed during a training mission at ft. hood earlier on monday. two americans were killed in this helicopter crash in south korea. well, police say the man caught on video shooting a good samaritan in new orleans has confessed. they say euric cain shot him in the stomach and tried to shoot him in the head but his gun jammed. he tried to help the victim of an apparent kidnapping attempt. his condition is improving. well, a wild scene in florida. a feeding frenzy off the coast of panama city. as many as 60 sharks were chowing down on some fish there. some kids were on a raft nearby but they are all okay. and this morning we can show you a world record being set from start to finish, take a look, 14-year-old lucas etter of kentucky solved a rubik's cube in 4.9 seconds. he beat the previous record by a
that was set back in april, i mean, look at that. i can't even -- i have my rubik's cube from 1982 and i still haven't solved it. >> even if my head could solve it there's no way my hands could solve it that fast. >> i could rip it apart but not get it back together. as you may know a few days still black friday and we are, unfortunately, used to scenes like this huge crowds trying to get big savings. you may not have to join in the abc's rebecca jarvis has the story. >> let the holidays begin. >> reporter: if you think retailers got to the holiday party early check out these shoppers. all ready camping out this morning in bakersfield, california, ahead of the big black friday sales rush. >> best time of year to come out and save some money. >> reporter: this year is there really a reason to trade your turkey for a tent no, say experts. shop online instead.
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now, if you are intent on hitting the stores there is something in it for you. first off, secret sales, all you have to do is ask according to our experts and second of all, lara, there are literally millions of dollars in prizes that retailers like macy's and many others are planning on giving out to those people who do show up for the holiday sales rush. you. great information considering a new study says that 85% of us will actually buy something tore ourselves while we're out gifting for others. >> one for you, one for me, right? >> a lot of people starting to travel as well. ginger, how does it look? >> this morning in san diego is one spot we're watching. the fog is thick. visibility down to a tenth of a mile at times. you may have a little delay and on the biggest travel day of the year on wednesday, that's one of the spots we're looking at, southern california for a little rain, salt lake city is one of the airports where you go rain to snow and may want to watch out late wednesday chicago to dallas. let's get those cold cities
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>> live from wcvb tv channel 5. this is a news center 5 update. randy: good morning. a worldwide travel alert is in effect. the travel department issued a warning in light of recent terror attacks and threats. we should learn more about the injury that wide receiver danny amendola had over the bills last night. he seemed to the back of his leg. and how did -- as a look across the sky line nice sunshine in a cool breeze. you got it. cindy: 18, we have 14 in orange. we are also in the lower 20' s
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we welcome you back to "gma." you're looking at a russian warplane shot out of the sky near the syrian border this morning. the two pilots ejecting parachuting from the jets. turkey says it repeated the warned the pilots they were violating turkish airspace. nato holding an emergency meeting to discuss the incident. >> tensions are so high there right now. also right now police in minnesota hunting for three white men who shot and wounded five people at a black lives matter rally after police shot man. president francois hollande meeting at the white house this morning discussing the investigation into the paris attack and ramping up the war against isis. and also this tuesday
morning, the new rocket man. amazon founder jeff bezos making space history, michael is going aren't you? >> i am. robin, it's a big day for bezos. his company successfully launching, not only launching but returning a rocket and just joined twitter to celebrate and what he's saying about the rocket launch, the rarest of beasts, a used rocket. >> controlled landing not easy but done right can look easy. bezos is standing by and will join us just ahead. >> that's one reason to join twitter. we'll begin with those arrests for the killing of the pastor's wife in indianapolis. two men charged with the murder of amanda blackburn in a home invasion and linsey davis has the latest. >> reporter: good morning. after a 13-day manhunt indianapolis police have arrested the men they believe are responsible for her murder and based on the probable cause, they say the one who pulled the trigger is just a teenager.
these are the men police say are responsible for killing 28-year-old amanda blackburn, a pregnant mother and pastor's wife. >> the charges filed today are the result of significant investigation undertaken by impd and other agencies. >> reporter: this morning 18 yr8d larry taylor and 21-year-old jalen watson are behind bars each facing ten charges including murder, multiple counts of burglary and robbery. police say the two men shot and killed blackburn in her indianapolis home after committing two other burglaries in nearby homes that same morning including stealing a car. according to the prosecutor's office, the men entered blackburn's home through her unlocked front door two weeks ago after her husband pastor davey blackburn had left for the gym. they say watson and a third accomplice drove to an atm and removed $400 out of amanda's account while taylor stayed in the house. police say taylor told his friends he shot amanda when she charged at him.
her 1-year-old son was also inside the home during the attack but was unharmed. police say they don't believe the suspects knew the family before the robbery. >> why they targeted that specific neighborhood, i don't know. >> reporter: the arrests little solace for a grieving community. >> amanda was an incredible gift to all of us. >> reporter: her husband telling abc news, while he's relieved the men were caught, it does not undo the pain. >> i honestly don't know how to do life without amanda. and that's -- that's something that every day i'm having to wake up with that reality and trying to figure that out. >> reporter: police also arrested a third man who may face charges related to the burglaries. police actually took taylor and watson into custody last week for separate parole violations then questioned them about this case. at last check the suspects had not yet been appointed attorneys but your heart goes out to the family hear the husband says he doesn't know how to do life without her? so sad.
no you to that nightmare for one massachusetts family. their toddler kidnapped by their former baby-sitter. the baby thank goodness was found safe hours later and the woman was in court on monday. abc's reena ninan has that story. >> reporter: this morning a baby-sitter behind bars, former college student abigail hanna seemingly the girl next door appearing stunned in court monday after allegedly abducting 2-year-old lyndon albers, a girl lyndon's parents frantically reported the toddler missing from their home friday morning at:00 a.m. last seeing her in the middle of the night at 4:15. hours later, a couple found the toddler miles away from her home abandoned on the side of a road showing signs of physical abuse. >> she was shivering, shaking. she looked like she might have been in a little bit of shock. >> reporter: police say they questioned hanna immediately after lyndon disappeared charging her with kidnapping, two counts of assault and battery and breaking and
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test text1 plain coming up on 7:40 with "gma on the lookout" for the danger of fires caused by candles. experts say we're at a peak time of year for those potentially catastrophic accidents. the numbers soaring during the holiday season as you can imagine. 11% of candle fires begin with decorations. abc's alex perez is at underwriters laboratories there in chicago. good morning, alex. >> reporter: hey, good morning, robin. that's right. we are in a laboratory and wearing protective gear just to be safe and have a firefighter standing by with us. remember that chair and that blanket, it's just been a little more than four minutes and take a look. it went up completely in flames. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: in chicago flames and smoke engulfing the 50th floor of the hancock tower. >> we're getting reports of an officer down on the 50th floor. >> reporter: a police officer hospitalized for smoke inhalation from a fireball
resident's apartment. according to the chicago fire department, just as in seattle firefighters battling this fire started by an unattended candle on a houseboat. watch this cell phone video flames. >> candle fires are very dangerous. any time they get close to normal household objects like bedding, furniture, curtains, the fire is going to ignite and spread very quickly. >> reporter: nationwide more than 9,000 home fires are started by candles every year resulting in on average 86 deaths and 374 million in direct property damages. this video made by underwriters laboratories shows how a fire started by a candle quickly spreads to the curtains then engulfs the entire room in flames all in less than ten minutes. ul showed abc's matt gutman just how fast another fire, this time started by a blanket tossed onto a candle can spread. >> all right. we're breathing smoke.
petroleum-based products like the cushion stuffing and wide screen tv which ul says can burn up to six types faster than natural materials and every second counts because ul's research shows you have just three minutes to get out. so what can you and your family do to stay safe? >> most candle fires happen because people put them too close to normal household items. >> reporter: experts say keep objects. keep loose clothing and hair away and never leave a burning candle unattended. and luckily our firefighter brian is standing by here. he'll be able to put this fire out literally in just a couple of seconds but you can imagine if this was your home with all those synthetic materials we have, how quickly things will go up in flames. the number one thing they say to remember never leave a candle un unattended. back to you guys. >> alex, thank you very much. we were just talking amongst ourselves saying that sometimes you just -- >> so easy to do.
>> so easy to do. >> so fast. >> we saw that with alex. coming up, amazon founder jeff bezos conquering new territory in outer space. michael is going to have that michael. >> yes, bezos' company successfully launching a rocket and not only did they launch it but brought it back from space safely softing landing it on the ground. i'm wondering does this open up space tourism. bez bezs is join us live next on "gma." every day for ten days, expect new deals with historic v low prices across target and target.com. hey! ginger! yes, ken? great forecast! are coffee makers on sale? yes! yes they will be... ginger! what about cameras? oh yeah, yeah. cameras-- ginger! how about christmas lights? yeah! lights, cameras, it's all in on the action. [ laughs ]
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text1 plain all right, welcome back to "gma." we are with -- back now with billionaire jeff bezos going from amazon to changing space travel forever. his company just successfully launched and returned a rocket and he joins us live from texas. good morning, jeff, how are you? >> good morning. it's great to be here. thank you. >> well, congratulations. you just made space history and tell us about the successful rocket launch that you had. >> well, you know, you've seen a lot of rockets lift off, but
so right behind me is the first fully reusable rocket and we just flew it into space and brought it back and landed it at the launch site. this is a big game changer because it totally changes the economics of space travel. when you throw a rocket away, an expendable rocket, you use it once and throw away all that expensive space hardware. it would be like taking -- getting in your 747, flying across the country and then throwing it away. just using it one time. imagine how expensive traveling would be. >> i would never do that with my 747. >> yeah, yeah, you know, i usually keep my 747 for as long as i can keep it but so your website -- >> you definitely want to reuse those. >> and your website actually teased some information about a window seat and space travel. is that something that you could possibly be planning?
we're -- you know, we just flew this vehicle successfully. we're going to -- this is the beginning of a long and very deliberate test program where we're going to fly the vehicle, many, many times and then when we're completely confident in it we'll start using it to take people up into space. that should take another couple of years. >> wow. now, do you want to go to space one day? it's one thing to launch the rocket successfully have it land and space travel -- >> absolutely. you know it. absolutely. i've wanted to do that since i was a 5-year-old boy. it's a passion. it's deep in my heart. >> and what else? is there anything else about this launch that really may -- >> by the way, you guys are invited if you want to come. >> whoa. >> we'll go up. >> how many takers on that offer? >> i'll do it. >> you going to go. >> good for you. >> i'm a coach guy myself. >> i get window seat.
first i was thinking, no, but you're right, jeff. it's a great adventure and you'll -- >> i still haven't seen the grand canyon. >> well, i tell you what, hey, jeff, jeff, thank you, congratulations and it really is amazing to take a rocket up and bring it back down. >> good for you. >> we'll take you up on that offer. "gma" is going to do the show from space. how about that? >> robin is going to do the show from space? >> thank you, guys. >> don't forget to wear your helmet.
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>> live from wcvb tv channel 5. this is a news center 5 update. randy: good morning. we have a nice bright sunny start to the day. 30 degrees right now. shore. we have left the teens behind. you can see that we still have some 20' s out there. really cold start, but the sun will be with us all day long. yesterday. we will climb into the lower 40'
mild for thanksgiving. look at that. we will be a 60 on friday. randy: let' s check in with melissa. alyssa: all trains are on schedule. world -- we are watching a crash year. west down the pike looks ok at 20 minutes. 93 south is not bad. we have the 11 connector. back to you. randy: wimberley man is back in court today to face murder charges the death of his wife. he reportedly confessed to choking her in her home last monday. she died on saturday from injuries. two firefighters are recovering this morning after they battle flames at a family home in east boston. the flames were caused by a plumber' s torch that was used to work on a bathroom.
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. airport security crackdown. millions of people about to head home for the holiday. a strong show of force at the airports. more security, more screenings, longer lines right now. how did this 8-year-old girl end up with a lump in her chest? a team of doctors now treating her rare form of breast cancer. to recovery. >> we're going to fight it as a family. >> dr. ashton is here with the latest. showdown. >> here we go, one, two, one, two, three. boy. could she win it all tonight? >> this entire experience has changed my life. so thank you so much. >> or could an american hero waltz off with a mirrorball
trophy? we're counting down to our huge ballroom bash. former dancing star candace cameron bure is here live as we say -- >> good morning, america! oh, look. good morning, america. jennifer hudson with that a little furry one with her. she is here performing "the color purple" in previews right now she and cynthia erivo will be here. >> not the only one. i have little gracie. little rottweiler lab. >> george's new bundle of joy. >> they are so good. so sweet. >> so docile. who is over in the puppy penney is miking over there? >> michael and ginger, you guys got a couple, as well. these guys have been air-lifted from overcrowded shelters, not michael and
and we'll tell you how to adopt thanksgiving. >> or maybe not just one. >> gave it to robin. blessings these are. a man who is going above and beyond for his community taking post-it notes. got a huge thank you and a big destroy, thank you for the kisses. you want to go home and join lucas? remember when we had lucas, how many adogs happened that day. >> that's right. that's why we're doing it again. animal league america is doing an amazing black friday event. we'll get into that coming up in "pup news". >> we want a lot to happen but first amy with the morning rundown. >> good morning. we begin with some breaking news. a potential diplomatic crisis in the war against isis. turkey saying it shot down a russian fighter jet near the syrian border. this video showing the burning plane plunging to the ground crashing behind a hill.
ejected but it's un clear result. well, this morning, brussels is still on lockdown for a fourth day as the search continues for the so-called paris attacker. schools closed so is the subway. authorities have found an suburb. no indication yet whether the explosives are the same as those used in the paris attacks. and police are also searching for a man seen on the subway with the suspected paris mastermind on the same day at attacks. homeland security issued new warnings at home calling on all americans to be on guard just as millions of us prepare to travel for thanksgiving. abc's david kerley has the very airport. >> reporter: good morning. these are two different alerts. department. it is a worldwide travel alert for americans heading overseas. it is not country specific.
it is not region specific but the warning is that americans stay away from crowds when they are overseas and if they are near public transportation sites that they be vigilant. overnight. it is from the fbi and the department of homeland security. it's a warning to police departments to be on the lookout for a paris copycat-style attack. the fbi is most worried about self-radicalized individuals here in the united states. already police departments that guard airports have added canine units, more personnel in uniform rather with weapons, as we all, amy, get ready to travel. this in the next day, today and tomorrow, some of the busiest days we have all year. >> take plenty of time before heading to the airport. david kerley, thank you. a tense situation in minneapolis as police search for three shooting suspects. three white men opened fire wounding five protesters. those protesters had been demanding justice for the death of jamar clark shot by police. meanwhile, a chicago police officer is expected to be
charged today in connection with the shooting of a black teen last year. laquon mcdone nalgd was shot 16 times, video of the shooting is tomorrow. well, a school bus driver in houston is being hailed a hero for saving dozens of kids from a fire. they had just evacuated when the bus then exploded into flames. the driver known as mr. sams said he heard a pop under the bus and thankfully he pulled over right away and got everyone out. and finally, the latest dress taking the internet by storm. you may have seen it before. take a look. it's because it's become a favorite apparently of tv meteorologists. spotted on countless weather anchors after one of them shared it on facebook. apparently it has a flattering shape and comes in solid colors and it's just been something that all the women have liked and the best part, it's 23 bucks so, ginger, where is yours. >> they don't come in maternity. so they don't have my size but
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welcome back. we have a story that surprised us. a third grader diagnosed with breast cancer. chrissy has a very rare form of the disease and dr. jennifer ashton has her story. >> she's an enthusiastic artist. and a loving little sister. >> hi. >> reporter: now 8-year-old christie turner is fighting a devastating disease normally only faced by adults. >> i was kind of scared to kind of figure out what it was. >> reporter: in october chrissy came to her parents with a lump in her chest. after a series of tests doctors diagnosed a rare form of breast cancer called secretory carcinoma, the findings, a huge blow to the whole family. >> i was in shock. no child should ever have to go through cancer. and then it hits your family. it hits your little one. i'm sorry.
it's devastating. >> it's been really hard emotionally, mentally everyone has been broken down. >> reporter: secretory carcinoma accounts for less than 0.15% of breast cancers and is the rarest form of the disease. dr. brian booker is part of the team treating her. >> reporter: chrissy had to undergo a simple mastectomy to represent it from coming back. to cancer. mom a cervical cancer survivor and dad was diagnosed with non-hodgkin's limb ymphoma in 2008. chrissy's cancer is a shock. >> we're going to fight it for a family and be there for you no matter what. >> reporter: yet chrissy still remains positive. >> i hope that i fight it off. >> and dr. ashton joins us now. chrissy is clearly a fighter, thank goodness this is treatable. >> yeah, and it's incredibly rare, george.
they're isolated reports in the literature. youngest patient with this just 3 years old, the oldest, 87. generally the prognosis is good. >> so we can't emphasize it enough, very rare but it's going to frighten a lot of parents. what thud they pay attention to. >> when you talk about breast development in a young girl there are a couple of things the parents should know about. any dramatic changes in the breast or breast development before the age of 8. the key thing is change in one breast versus the other. that would be a concerning sign but, remember, there are other things that affect the breast that aren't cancer, trauma, infection, benign crist ysts. breast ultrasound and generally a referral to a breast specialist but those are the overall warnings. >> very, very rare. >> it's incredibly rare. we send her our best. >> jen ashton, thanks very much. over to michael. all right, thanks, george. part one of the epic "dancing with the stars" two-night finale kicked off with a big bang last night.
last night the remaining four couples put it all on the line mirrorball but only three remain. >> here we go, one, two, one, two, three. >> reporter: the final four, showing off their fantastic freestyles monday night. >> reporter: but it was bindi irwin versus the backstreet boy. hey. >> reporter: tied at the top of the leaderboard that had everyone talking. >> reporter: nick carter's "larger than life" freestyle. >> the most incredible freaking >> reporter: and bindi irwin with a show-stopping quick step. >> you my dear are the energizer bunny. >> reporter: her freestyle dance bringing the audience to tears with an emotional tribute to her dad. >> you touched everybody's soul. >> this entire experience has changed my life so thank you, thank you so much. >> reporter: our cameras behind the scenes exclusively ahead of tonight's big finale. >> we're going to fight.
been about my partners. >> reporter: in the end, the ballroom journey coming to a close for carlos penavega, now the stakes higher than ever. will the mirrorball go to alek, bindi irwin or nick? which "dancing with the stars" celebrity do you want to win the mirrorball trophy? 70% are rooting for bindi and derek and now we are joined by "dancing with the stars" season 18 finalist and co-host of "the view" candace cameron bure. and we saw what the audience, they think -- they want bindi irwin to win. do you have anyone you want to win? >> i'm on the audience's side. bindi just -- she grabbed my heart this year and i think she's definitely the front-runner. i think she has it in the bag. i i think america loves her and pulled on everyone's heart strings and saw her journey and she's like the nicest person in the world. >> and you know like a showstopping moment because she
dad was going to show up. what did you think about that? i thought that was really sweet. >> i saw her get so emotional. sometimes when you're in the dance and in the moment of that audience it can be overwhelming but there was something more to it than that and realizing after that it was because she didn't know that picture was going to go up. it just made sense and you felt it even more. >> and the judges called aalek's freestyle a dance for the ands? were you surprised by the freestyle. >> yeah -- well, i was surprised he was even in the finals. i was so excited. i didn't think he would get to the finals. he was kind of in my mind the meat of my season like -- yes. i think he's done an amazing job and i was -- i'm so happy that he made it and i definitely think his freestyle was one that i'll remember forever. no one has done it like an army obstacle course. >> nick brought back a little bit of the backstreet boys. big backstreet boys fan. >> me too.
>> what did you think about his. >> listen, the guy knows how to move. i think he was great. i want a little bit more from nick even though he killed his routine but, you know, bindi, she stole my heart. >> and carlos made it a family affair affair, brought out his wife, something we've never seen before. >> and paula deen and a couple of the other contestants from the show that season and that, i think, is the heart of carlos. i loved what he did and he killed his routine, as well. he did such a good job and i love the connection that he had with his wife and he said even their relationship grew on the show because you can see because of the competition and could end strife or a bigger connection. >> i'm sure if there was strife at home he wouldn't have it on the show. part two of the dancing finale tons and all the finalists are here tomorrow for tomorrow's ballroom bash. "dancing with the stars" will return for its 22nd season next year on monday, march 21st.
don't miss candace on the hallmark channel's movie "a christmas detour." make sure you watch that. back to you, robin. >> thank you, michael. i have a dance partner right here, jet you know it's been 40 years since rocky won the oscar for best picture. now sylvester stone is getting back in the ring, generating oscar buzz again in one of the biggest movies of this fall, jet, he's a trainer. he's helping a young boxer prepare for the biggest fight of his life in "creed." >> because i said to myself, if i break i'm hurt, whatever i why bother. >> i'm just some bum living in your career, there's nothing. >> you're a good kid. a good fighter. but you got your whole future ahead of you. mine mine, it's back there like all them guys on that wall. in the back. in the past. >> yeah, still got it. still got it. i loved all the "rocky" s and
watched it the other night "creed" and seems like the natural evolution for "rocky." >> what made it so extraordinary because of this journey that rocky takes, it was presented by a man in his late 20s or 27 years old, who just became fixated on extending the story but also bringing in a new character, creed who can speak to what's happening today more like the millennials whereas rocky was the voice of the '70s and '80s, this fellow is speaking about the problems and issues that face younger people today. >> and so let's bring people up to speed, creed, of course is the son of -- >> apollo creed who is my friend, mentor and the fellow who changed my life so he became kind of an idolized object to me. i said i've always revered him
then he died because of me in "rocky i 4" so i live in this regret and a son appears just at a particular time when rocky has sort of given up on life. >> michael b. jordan. >> yeah. >> tell us about what it was like working with this young man. does he have it. >> yeah, he does have it and that's why i think he's going to go on and be a force in this industry because people are interested in watching him. >> i want to show a picture of you with the greatest of all time, muhammad ali. >> of course. >> and you've always said there's just something -- what is it about boxing and something that you were drawn to with that. >> two things i think, speed and fighting. in other words, racing, we're always racing against time in one sense or another and i think when you see it portrayed metaphorically or symbolically and see a fighter like ali or someone you embrace the whole because it's more than just a fight. it's touching you on a level that you may not even be aware of subconsciously. >> that's a wonderful thing.
your beautiful family. >> oh, my god. >> and your daughter modeling. i know you're proud of all your children. >> i am. every one of them are beautiful and every one has a special ability and sofia is in usc. and sistine trying to make her own name. >> much like this guy was trying to make his own name. well, you deserve every blessing coming your way. thank you so much. >> always great to be here, seriously. you know what, he was here yesterday, sly and he took a picture with the crew always doing this thing, you know, do the rocky thing, took picture after picture after picture. one of the great guys and, "creed," you saw it too. >> michael b. jordan, also, a great, great guy. just so personalable and the movie is awesome. >> can't wait to see it. >> me too. >> you can wait until tomorrow because "creed" opens in theaters tomorrow. chance. >> yeah. >> outside to ginger.
say thanks to millie. katie is helping me out holding my mike. let's talk about the forecast. especially in the west. all those winter weather advisories and warnings then the snowfall to come from the sierra right through the northern rockies even in parts of northern colorado and it's, cindy: good morning. we have sunshine us morning. it is cold. by the freezing mark. where look at the teens and 20' s outside the city. the widget will be much lighter, we will reach 40 degrees by lunchtime. >> lara, can you please bring puppies every day?
let's get to "pop." >> as you may have noticed "pop news" has gone to the dogs so welcome to "pup news." we are joined by ten of our closest canine companions from the north shore animal league america and these guys have plenty to be thankful for. this week they're all part of a huge black friday adoption event. rosie tombolo is here. she helped robin's partner amber find her little lucas a few weeks ago and wants to make more love connections right now. this is a huge operation. you guys flew to shelters and puppy mills all over the country. >> most recently we did a rescue with california in california. we rescued 100 small breeds and they will be up for the black friday special. we have a special going on from 9:00 to 1:00 at our port washington campus and it will be free adoptions for approved adopters. >> that's amazing. so the bargains aren't just in the stores, everybody.
lucas is perfect. he's doing so well and much like these puppies here. they're just so well adjusted. very chill. they're well taken care of. >> this little guy is like a bean bag. he melted on to my nap and he's asleep right now. >> can't thank you enough. >> the work you do aremarkable. these are with dogs all over the country as we said. i rescued a dog from you guys, little cocoa from a puppy mill so keep up the great work and, everybody, you can get information on these dogs and so many more north shore animal adopt-a-thon. i love you're jumping in on the whole holiday thing. >> once again -- >> so. to be thankful for. a close-up on george's friend. >> rocking the turtleneck. >> these two are roommates. >> switched sweaters. >> so we should say equal time. cats too, right? >> yes, feline, of course.
dogs, cat, puppies, kittens. >> so, listen, really want to continue the theme of "pup news" as we -- if these aren't enough to convince you to adopt, how about a pooch that plays the paw-ano. this is some of the magic the dog provides. this guy's name according to youtube is johann sebastian bark. and. >> he's reading the music too. >> making sure. >> on the other hand not everybody is as refined as johan. just watch. a little broccoli. he knows he should eat his greens. >> however -- >> there's the talking dog. >> that is a burping dog. when do you get it right? >> it's okay.
>> live from wcvb tv channel 5. this is a news center 5 update. erica: good morning. i worldwide travel alert is in effect. the state department issued the warning in light of recent terrorist attacks and threats. an amendola and his win over the bills. he was seen holding the back of his leg. we turn out to the weather. looking live over the city. it is beautiful. cold temperatures. cindy: you got it. s off the north shore.
mid 20' s on the south shore. high pressure will keep the sunshine around today. apple also allowed -- allow the winds to stay light. mid 40' s tomorrow. we are warm it up to be dry on friday. erica: it is still the busiest travel day of the year. alyssa: we are good on the roadways. we have minor eastbound delays. if you' re going out the door, we' re watching one accident near 2020 -- 128 health. delays. wilmington. it is near the 11 collector in wilmington. erica: thank you, we will be back at son, the holiday season's just like football season... you got your big games... ...cheese plates, turkey, appetizers. and regular games. get it all at a great price... ...and the holiday season is won.
i want to see you mile >> hello to everyone out there in times square. welcome back to "gma." so much coming up this half hour including another big thank you and surprise for a man who has given so much back to his community. >> inspiring others to do the same. i say we get right to it. let's not wait. we are saying thank you, america, this week, of thanksgiving recognizing those who are giving back making a true difference. this week remember yesterday we thanked that high school football coach? he's teaching students some valuable lessons. >> disney world. >> they're also excited about the scholarship and going to disney world. >> now this morning we say thank you to a pizza store owner who is proving that philadelphia
welcome to rosa's fresh pizza. serving up some of the best $1 slices in all of philly. but step out of the kitchen and it doesn't take long to realize the secret ingredient isn't in the sauce. thousands of handwritten messages of hope and here's why. >> my name is mason wartman. i'm the owner of rosa's fresh pizza. one day a customer came in to prepurchase a slice of pizza for someone in need and we could give one away. since then we covered our walls with post-it notes. >> the simple idea an overwhelming hit. each note worth a free slice, something the 27-year-old never dreamed of when he left his job ago. his favorite notes not ones for free pie, but ones of gratitude. plate. day. they get to come in here, sit down relax and go back out and
try to build their life back up. great to provide that. >> perhaps even more special customers once down on their luck now returning to pay it forward themselves. >> hey. what's going on, man. >> like 38-year-old eddie dunn. >> how you been? >> pretty good. pretty good. a lot better. a lot better. >> good. >> reporter: just a year ago eddie was at rock bottom. >> this is where i slept at night. >> reporter: often asking for change right across the treat from rosa's. >> rosa's offered the opportunity to have a meal where i wouldn't be able to. whenever people were kind to me like mason, i felt human. >> one support someone else too. >> one support someone else. >> the feeling of giving back to others is indescribable. it's indescribable. >> a sense of it mason's mother who the shop is named after couldn't agree with more. >> he's a good kid. >> each little thing that you do can have a tremendous impact and
[ applause ] >> mason is here with us. wonderful. >> thank you. >> oh, your mom was so proud and we are too. such a beautiful idea. how many slices -- how many do you think that you've done with this. >> yeah, we keep track daily and given away 45,900 slices in about a year, year and a half. >> 45 thousand,900. >> feed like 100 people a day. helps a lot of people. >> that's incredible. >> means a lot to people. you know, we get a lot of -- we've started to get -- we get a bunch of different people all the time in and we started to get a lot of young people in too. it's always really -- it's really great to help someone that's trying to make their way in life, you know, i'm a pretty young guy when i started rosa's i was young and it's great to, you know, some of them go to college and -- >> they just need to know that somebody cares about them.
well, we are truly moved and so all of us here at "gma," we decided to be a part of it. come on, guys. bring it in. so this is what you'll be bringing back all these folks, with these messages and we know that that's great and we hope that it inspires people but it's about the dough. we're not talking about pizza so so open this. >> oh, wow. >> and -- >> can i get this pizza box -- >> $500 from our wonderful staff here. >> that's awesome. >> thank you. >> we all want to give more and that. >> rosa's fresh pizza.com and donate, buy some of our apparel and we sell winter apparel where we donate similar item to a person in need so -- >> a great idea. >> it's not all. >> wait, wait, wait. let me explain it. listen, there's an app called retail me not. they're giving you $2,000 for your pizza store.
pore mouths fed an i wish we could give you more. >> this is so kind of you. thank you so much. wow. >> sorry, i hit you in the face. sorry. >> i don't think he minds. >> mason, great having you here. wait, there's more. there's more. bring in a pizza box. >> more pizza. >> more pizza. >> not that hungry. >> now, open this pizza and see what kind of pizza it is. look at the pizza. >> that looks good. >> it's a hawaiian pizza. >> now why are we showing you a hawaiian pizza because disney is sending you and three of your guests for five days to alani disney resort and spa in hawaii. going. it's one of our newest resorts. it's in hawaii and so three of your guests, you're going. >> that's -- wow, thank you. i'm speechless. >> thank you. >> that's really kind.
>> can't thank you enough. >> can i have some of this? >> what is the secret -- do you have a secret in your sauce? really. it's whole tomatoes, that's the secret. we use whole tomatoes and butter also. >> oh. butter. >> that's true. too. whatever you're cooking if you add butter it's suss a little bit -- always said. >> mason, thank you. >> thank you, mason for your >> amy. >> all right. i get to talk with my mouth full now. >> now woo get to weather. >> let's do it. not hawaiian weather, though. i've got some -- >> oh, no. >> we do have it. >> thanksgiving, all kinds of ideas to cut your holiday cooking time with our friends at "good housekeeping" here's sara haines with the holiday hacks. >> inside "good housekeeping" test kitchen sherry has a hack or two to rock my thanksgiving dinner.
first, if you're like me, you just might be missing a few turkey day essentials. why do you need a rack? >> it secures the turkey so you don't have this 14 to 16-pound behemoth sliding around. >> reporter: no rack? no problem. carrots and celery sticks are your friends. place them in the pan and set your turkey on top of them. done and done. >> thought only does it become your defacto rack but will flavor the drippings. >> super cool. >> next, don't spend the entire day in the kitchen. prepare your sides ahead of time. >> you can do half the work, most of the work ahead of time. >> peel potatoes for mashed poe tate toys hours ahead of time and leave them in a mixture of lemon and water in a salad spinner and even do it with apples for your apple pie and speaking of pie, make baking a piece of cake with this nifty trick. no food processor to make pie dough?
>> just grate the butter on the grater, really easy. >> finally my favorite, forgot to chill the wine? put a handle of salt in a bucket of water and ice, you'll be chilling with your wine in a fraction of the time. >> the salt actually allows the water and ice to be colder than just ice and water alone. >> reporter: for "good morning america," sara haines, abc news, new york. >> pizza for thanksgiving. >> that makes it reel easy. we have more tips other than have ing pizza for thanksgiving so go to goodmorningamerica.com on yahoo! let's now go outside to ginger. >> ink goer. >> yes, i'm way out here. save me a piece, by the way. let's time out that storm. the western storm we've been looking at throughout the first part of this week and, watch, it makes its tuesday 3 p.m. so this afternoon it is around the bay area. the rain showers some even storms moving up about 4500 feet. the snow level drops to in southern california and that's
all right, that's cindy: good morning. i am cindy fitzgibbon. it is called out there. temperatures will be close to the 40' s by lunchtime. give light winds today. highs in >> and our sponsor johnson & johnson is kicking off the season giving of giving, the season of giving. you know that right here in times square and emma roberts is here to tell us about their donate a photo app. >> it's a free app and basically it is helping raise funds and awareness for four amazing charities and all you have to do is upload a photo and you share it on social media and it's helping support girl o perform, operation smile, save the children and uso. and also during the holiday season it's like how many are we taking and now we can give back. photo is. single photo.
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save you so much money. abc's becky worley has it. >> what do deal hunters love? whole store discounts. >> if it says 20% off, 50% off the whole store, you're like, whoa, i guess i could find something i will like in there. >> reporter: but one problem often that 20% off has a lot of exclusions, no discounts on some of the things you want most. this 20% off coupon from bed, bath & beyond excludes 83 brands including many big ticket items. i wanted to use my coupon to get this hot little toy for my son but it was excluded. i paid full price. this kohl's offer excludes over 180 brands, levi's, nike and lots of different electronic brands. this dick's sporting goods has 110 brand exclusions. >> the thing is if you look at the fine print frequently you'll see a lot of things are excluded, designer name, beauty, electronic, fine jewelry.
it pays to read the fine print. >> reporter: we reached out to the retailers, bed bath & beyond declined to comment while kohl's and dick's sporting goods did not respond. >> all right, so becky worley what is a shopper to do. >> feels like a game show and kind of is. behind door number one, how do get those discounts. avoid overspending with an app. specifically a bar code scanner. you scan the product in the store. it's $48 there but we found it for $29 online. ask the manager. will you price match that and they'll do it, they will. >> most times they will. >> what's the app that has that. >> red laser or there's a ton -- >> google -- okay, stand tass tick. >> behind door number two, carol merrill, check the manufacture ary site. in the store these were $100 and couldn't use my coupon, the manufacturer's website 40% off. there's a battle going on there. >> really about doing your homework. >> and then you will ultimately your best
piece of advice. >> door number three, make your own discounts. get these gift cards at a discount. $80. that's like 20% off. gift card granny, even ebay.com they have those gift cards on sale. >> we have information on our website. more information for you all to save money this holiday season. thank you, becky. >> pleasure. coming up right now actually a sneak peek of the new trailer for "barbershop 3" and none other than ice cube with the intro. >> good morning, america. ice cube here. give you a first look at "barbershop," the next cut in theaters april 15th. now check this out. this is only on "gma." >> guess who's back? >> what's up homey black folks. who wants gangsta grub? >> she says fleek. there's a whole dictionary. a library down the street. you won't see fleek. >> he funny. he make me laugh. >> streets is crazy.
underline test text1 italics test text1 plain we are excited. jennifer hudson is setting her sights on broad way in the revival of "the color purple" and join s s us with her co-star cynthia erivo. you here. >> thank you. >> you've done it all. you've done it all. jennifer, you have performed packed stadiums in front of presidents and dignitaries. what's it like to be on broadway?
>> well, it's a beautiful experience. i'm having such an amazing time. i feel like i'm in theater school right now. learning as much as i can and blessed to work with all these people. >> and you're blessed to work with this one right here, cynthia, let's see, when you were in london with the play, celie, rave reviews. what does it mean bringing this to broadway? >> it really is a dream come true really. i never expected that little play that we did in london would transfer here to this gorgeous place that we call new york. >> you have such a gorgeous accent. i love that too. that was a little unexpected. i like that. what is really cool, the movie, the ellis walker novel talking 30 years ago but both of you, the issues are still relevant today what we're facing, jennifer. >> that is so true but i think that's why a movie like "the color purple" can transition to a play and still be here today. because it's reality. it's what's real and that's timeless. >> i know you bring it every time, cynthia. >> i try to.
>> you really, really do. "the color purple" is currently in previews on broadway. opening night is december 10th. we can't wait for that but we have a special performance right now, jennifer hudson, cynthia erivo with the title song. thank you, ladies. dear god dear stars dear tree s dear skies dear people dear everything dear god
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erica: good morning. we are looking live over the city. we have clear skies. i think you cindy: said goodbye to the teens. they are gone. we are not seen the many more. 20' s and 30' s. we will climb up in the low 40' s this afternoon. we will have lighter winds as high pressures and control. we have one storm out the pacific northwest, it will take until friday night to catch up with us. cool and dry tomorrow. we are back in the 50' s on thanksgiving. 60 by friday. we' re watching the commute. how does it look echoed olessa: we have delays on the d branch. everything else is on schedule. 1 southbound. pike. west dickerson delays. your trip on the expressway is about 30. erica: thank you so much. a beverly man is back in charge to face murder charges in the death of his wife.
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