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everybody, that's what's mak . good morning, america. black friday frenzy. millions of americans racing into stores overnight, fights breaking out over the biggest deals. grown men throwing themselves on the ground for tvs as record crowds flood stores open ever. >> still shooting. >> reloading, he's about to open fire again. >> breaking news, a shooter in a major american city opening fire overnight. a highway shutdown, the very latest right now. >> two little babies. >> dramatic rescue, two young boys buried under 7 feet of snow for hours. police, relatives and neighbors frantically trying to dig them out. how they were spotted and pulled
to safety. and the 12-year-old who nailed the national anthem. belting out a flawless rendition before the lions and bears game. child sensation stunning the crowd. a performance we can all be thankful for. ♪ and the brave and good morning, america. happy black friday, everyone. we hope you had a wonderful thanksgiving. and it's great to have dan here and paula and rob and t.j. rob and i shared a thanksgiving meal at the office yesterday. >> it was delicious. >> everybody get turkey. >> i ate so much, i actually am having trouble fitting into my pants today. do they make man spanx? >> they do, actually.
they do make those. >> you said that with a lot of authority. >> i've done a story ton before. >> fair enough. >> try the elastic, dan. >> move on from man spanx to black friday. a lot of people shopping today, waiting all night. but we have people waiting since midnight to see r 5. they are here live with us this morning. >> but speaking of red hot, get to the deals. and the shoppers around the country, hitting the stores. we have full coverage and the best deals out there right now. abc's rebecca jarvis is at macy's in chicago and starts us off this morning. good morning. >> reporter: hi, amy, good morning. and 140 million americans are expected to hit the malls, the store this is weekend. that's 6 in 10 of us. things got started at macy's earlier than ever before. 6:00 p.m. last night. there's been a steady crowd here
in the 13-hour shopping marathon. and they're off. million was americans flooding stores overnight. ensuing in houston, watch as grown men fling themselves on top of flat screen televisions at a walmart, refusing to let go. officers pulling them to their feet, breaking up one melee, only to have another fight feet away. and at macy's flagship store, a sea of 15,000 people coming in when their doors opened. this woman wnszed a skirmish over a barbie doll. enings. >> the girl hit the guy in the face. >> reporter: and selling out minutes after the doors open. >> televisions, computers and tablets are hot. >> reporter: this year, the savings and the black friday
battles starting early. kmart starting at 6:00 a.m. thursday. >> when we come out early, we probably save about $500. >> reporter: in times square, right next to "gma" studio, parents going into toys are us at 5:00 a.m. to get the deals and hot new toys. >> good deals. >> reporter: a busy start to what's sure to be a busy holiday shopping season. and there hasn't been any issue here at macy's in chicago. but a lot of hearts beating quickly for the deals. they are open tonight until 10:00 p.m. and open again tomorrow morning. >> thank you. there are two kinds of shoppers, those willing to brave the crowds, and those like me who prepare to sit home in sweat pants or man spanx and buy things on the internet. becky worley is tracking the deals.
>> good morning, despite your tofurkey bloat, it is your lucky black friday. it is online and in store deal-o-rama. blanket discounts, lots of the clothing stores have them. gap, 15% off in store and online. electronics, it's about the bundle with the gift card and rebates. stores like walmart, best buy, even the apple store offering gift cards to sweeten dpeems and radioshack, one of the hottest, beats, on sale with a rebait for $69. but those are limited supply. get those online quickly. and if you're going down to the shack, call them to make sure they have inventory. and a big trend is makeup and body care sales. two products that don't normally get discounted, one of the best is probably at the body shop. any three items for $33 and a
killer gift bag with about $125 worth of items. they'llive it to you for $30 if you buy other things. and amazon.com has a pan sonic razor, well over $100 off. the cheapest we could find online. after the show, dan, you can run home, avoid other humans, hang out with your cats and shop to your heart's content. >> sounds perfect. thank you for mentioning my cats. they like as much air time as possible. thank you very much. over to amy. and joining us now requewit early look is brian cornell, the ceo of target. you pulled an all-nighter. business started early, tell me what's hot. >> it's an exciting start for the holiday season. record online sales. clearly for the shopper, consumer, reacting well to the free ship.
i was in harlem, opening the doors. and lots of shoppers and families. and as you might expect, electronics were popular. we were selling 1800 tvs per minute. video games, 2,000 each minute. families were out around the country shopping last night. and off to a good start. it's exciting to see how the consumer is reacting. >> during last year's holiday season, hacker stole credit card data from 40 million customers, how can you assure it's safe this year? >> this is a full-time focus, 52 weeks a yooeb year. we have a great team and systems. we're monitoring and detecting and making sure we're defending data security. >> you're making a run on competing with amazon, if cyber space is turf. what are you doing to compete? >> doing a few things differently. provide a great in-store experience. we provide the convenience, shop
online and pick up at the stores, we'll do that for you. but we recognize digital is important, consumers are shopping online. shop us with, ship for free. you can come in store, shop online and pick up, or we will deliver it to you during the holiday season. >> brian cornell with target. now to paula faris with the news. do you have more on the overnight shooting, paula? >> yes, we do. breaking news from austin, texas, where a gunman has opened fire in an area of downtown. police have shut down streets where he's been taking aim at several buildings, including their headquarters. the drama playing out over police radios. >> still shooting, over 100 rounds. >> 10-4, still shooting. >> reloading, he's about to open fire again. >> and moments later police moved in and shot that suspect. to ferguson, missouri, where protesters are gearing up for
major action today. and alex perez is there with the details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. no major protests here in the last 24 hours. but a group of demonstrators are taking a new target, targeting black friday shoppers. overnight, groups of protesters walked into a handful of target and walmart stores and chanted, disrupting shopping for a few minutes and then walked out. there were no arrests overnight, but some stores were anticipating this and chose to not open in the overnight hours. now the national guard still protecting the streets of ferguson here. and after the unrest earlier this week, many are hoping that the peace remains as we head into the weekend. paula. >> yeah, merchandisers preparing for these sort of distractions. alex perez, thank you. and hundreds of thousands of americans are facing yet another day in the dark. wind and snow from wednesday's nor'easter destroyed power lines across the area, ruining thanksgiving for so many.
damage so extensive in some spots that repairs could take several days. and california's famous pacific coast highway is open again after repair crews shut off this geyser, a result of a broken water main in malibu. it created a massive sinkhole. and in chicago, another group of smash and grab thieves caught on camera. using a pickup truck to plow through a wall. a dozen people jumped out and ran off with armloads of merchandise, leaving the stolen truck behind. and this is a tough act to follow for anyone else singing the national anthem at a sports event. as 12-year-old quintariuos johnson crushing it yesterday before the detroit and chicago game. ♪ and the home of the brave
oh, my word. quitavious johnson will be performing tonight in san francisco. remember that name. >> hard to forget. >> an angel. >> 12 years old. >> incredible. >> amy had goosebumps. >> i did. >> she's a patriot too. >> yes, there's that. >> or it's just cold in here. >> it is also air-conditioned we should say. we will tell you this morning, we are tracking a mystery at ohio state university, a college football player vanished. left his apartment and hasn't been seen since. his family is worried his disappearance is linked to a history of concussions. ryan smith is on the story. >> reporter: this morning, columbus police are urgently searching for kosta karageorge. his family fears he may have done something rash after suffering one too many
concussions. he was last seen 2:00 a.m. wednesday morning, telling his room mates he immediated to clear his head. he recently posted vines showcasing his fun-loving side -- >> she's back, baby. >> reporter: went missing after not showing up for football practice. something his friends and family say he never does. his sister, sophia, telling the columbus dispatch, i've seen him sick as a dog go to practice. he's on time. and he is a defensive lineman and former wrestler for the b buckeyes. while they say they have cared for him, he may not know what's going on. hits like these in tackle football can carry the same force as a bowling ball being dropped on a player's head from eight feet. >> over time, the hits that can
result in concussion are very concerning. >> reporter: he last was on the field against penn state. as they prepare for tomorrow's game against long-time rival, michigan, they will have to do so without their teammate. according to his sister, he doesn't have his wallet or id on him. he left without the motorcycle. he was one of the 24 seniors set to be honored in saturday's game. his family is hoping for his safe return at this point, guys. they want him home safe. >> understandably. >> thanks, ryan. and now to two young boys lucky to be alive this morning. buried alive when a snowplow accidently pushed a wall of snow over them, trapping them for hours. gio benitez. >> trapped in a snowbank, two little babies zbrr two children safe after this dramatic thanksgiving rescue caught on tape.
watch although police officers, relatives and neighbors frantically try to dig the 9 and 11-year-old boys out, trapped at least four hours after more than seven feet of snow. it began 6:00 p.m. wednesday night. the two cousins were building a snow fort in a parks lot when a snowplow buried them. when they didn't return home by 10:00, family and friends searched for them. and calling police in to search for them. a shovel sticking out of the snow drew an officer's attention. >> he picked up the shovel and started digging. >> reporter: they tried to uncover the boys. the community coming out to help. some digging with shovels. others clawing at the snow with their bare hands. >> the police rano every neighbor in the complex to get shovels for the little kids. >> reporter: finally at around 2:00 a.m., the boys were pulled from the snow, cold but otherwise okay and taken to the
hospital to recover. the mother of one of the boys taking to instagram to show gratitude. thankful my son and nephew are here. happy to have them safe at home alive. #love these two boys. thankful indeed. they are in the hospital with their families, but we are told they are in good health. it's a true thanksgiving day miracle. they were just playing in the snow. >> freak accident. so glad they're okay. >> thank you. and we move on to burt reynolds, the star of boogy nights and smokey and the bandit. he has hit hard times, he's writing a book, teaching acting classes and holding an auction where you will not believe the personal items he's willing to sell off. here's cecilia vega. >> reporter: he's the hollywood hunk who's mustache-brand of
masculinity has entertained generations, and now burt reynolds, the man who has everything, is giving everything up. the 78-year-old putting more than 600 items from his personal collection on the auction block next month. the hollywood star reportedly facing tough financial times. writing, i've collected so many things that i truly adore, but it truly is the time to downsize. remember those famous baby blue monogrammed cowboy boots reynolds wore in "striptease?" . starting at $300, they could be yours. how about that jacket from "smokey and the bandit 2," $800. >> make it 12. >> i'm going to load it up. >> >> even his best supporting actor golden globe for boogy nights starting at $2,000. >> you know, if you hang on to things long enough, they get
back no style. >> reporter: not just movie swag, hundreds of personal items up for grabs. this carriage starting at $3,000, a gift from dolley parton. and his rolodex, with contact information for merv griffin and whoopi dwogoldberg. and you will need serious cash for this, $10,000. it seems everything is up for sale except for that famous mustac mustache. for "good morning america," cecilia vega, abc news, san francisco. >> he's selling 71 belt buckles. >> i feel sad for him. it's fairly tragic. i hope he gets what he's looking for. >> i wouldn't mind taking the acting class. he could teach us how to recline naked on a bearskin rub. >> you need a lesson in that? >> maybe i'm using my outside
voice. not my inside voice. >> you just said that. >> filter. filter. >> over to rob marciano who has a better filter. >> at least put the red jacket from smokey and the bandit on. and in minnesota, it's snowing. there's the shot. the snow plows out last night, just a couple of inches. cold enough to get the strapers out. it's traveling east. alberta clipper out of canada. clips away, moves quickly. not more than 2 or 3 inches locally. and driving the lake effect snow machine across the great lakes. nothing like what we saw last week. it is cold. and driving down to the south. 21 degrees for the windchill in atlanta. currently feels like 26 in memphis, and 12 degrees in chicago. nice weather from florida back through texas and los angeles. high temperature of 79 degrees. your local forecast 30 seconds away, but first the weekend getaway brought you by famous
foot wea footwear. >> on this black friday morning, starting off mainly dry, but a few snow showers popping up on doppler right now. crossing the border into montgomery county. maybe a few snow flurries will. otherwise it is cold and breezy. it feels like 22 in winchester and in dallas. hourly forecast -- it is going to be cold. 38 degrees by lunchtime, 48 by 3:00
and he's still here. look, dan harris has not been escorted out of the building. just how much you'll be sucking up to the bosses. >> coming up, me on a bearskin rug. actually, coming up on "gma." don't change the channel. we have real stories to tell you about. including a major break in the murder of a mom from colorado who was leading a secret double life. how police finally got the suspect. and also ahead, caught on camera, how a father used social media to track down a crook who swiped a package off his porch.
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a couple of hiccups on the out streets. cunningham on route 15 at catoctin furnace road, there is a crash. at atlantic boulevard near nooks boulevard, be careful. the potential for some delays. you should find all your travel lanes open. if you are doing any black friday shopping or returning home at this point. if you had to go into work this morning, you should find all lanes eileen, the forecast seems breezy, but it will be nicer? >> overall, lots of sunshine expected. there are flurries flight northwest of town, but they should diminish within the next hour or so. onlyr as temperatures go, around 40 degrees this afternoon, but it will not even feel that mild because of the wind. it will blow between 10 and 15
miles per hour. overnight tonight, increasing clouds, 20 -- 22 to 30 degrees. tomorrow, 46. we climb into the mid-50's by sunday. we start off mild next week, 60 degrees on monday. the cold front will trigger a chance for a few showers, especially through the late evening hours. 44 on tuesday, back to 50 by wednesday. >> thank you very much, eileen. thank you for watching for it have a great morning. back with another update at 7:56.
♪ i want to see you smile >> that is r 5 with their new single, "smile," off their upcoming album. fans have been lining up in below freezing temps to see them live this morning. they are die hard fans at "good morning america." >> and you know those songs. you have tween daughters. >> i get all the bubble gum pop in my house. >> that with slight sbroouz enthusiasm. and so many of us are getting packages. we have seen video of people stealing packages. how you can protect your deliver arise from being stolen. one father using social media to track him down. >> looking forward to that story. plus picking the perfect
christmas tree, the dos and the don't before you buy yours. if you have purchased yours, i have a little bit of advice. >> you chopped your own tree down. >> manual saw. >> the problem is, it was your neighbor's tree. >> it was not my neighbor's tree. it was a large tree. it took a while. >> the restraining order is pending this morning. also coming up, holiday shopping strategies. it's black friday. and we have the lowdown on what to buy today and what you should wait until cyber monday to purchase. >> all of that coming up. but first, a major break in the murder of a colorado mother who led a secret double life as an escort. seven years after she was killed, police say they have caught the man with did it. he will be in court next month and matt gutman has the story. >> reporter: a long-awaited arrest in a case that haunted police and shocked a community for seven years. the disappearance and murder of suburban super mom, paige burke
felt. but it was her double life that led them to the suspect. 63-year-old lester roll of jones was a client of her escort service. the single mom of three was a madam by night. they suspected jones immediately. >> lester jones acted alone, and we believe that's the case. >> reporter: police learned the divorced soccer mom had been running an escort service for years under the game carrey. friends and family in grand junction, colorado, were shocked. >> i think she realized that we would not approve. >> reporter: they knew her as the cheerful woman who sold cook wear and taught children's dance lessons. >> people have to do what they have to do. >> reporter: jones was arrested for abduction in 1999 and accused of kidnapping another woman that year said he was a
client but didn't kill her. even after her torched car was found blocks away from the rv dealership he worked in 2007 shortly following her disappearance. after that, he quit the rv business and became a truck driver. but even after her remains were found in 2012, it still wasn't enough for an arrest until last week. >> there was no one else who could be responsible for paige burkefelt's disappearance and murder. >> he faces charges of murder, second-degree murder and kidnap. he has a $2 million bond. matt gutman, abc news, los angeles. >> wild story. thank you. and we move on. they have been impossible to miss. throughout the holiday season, video after video of thieves stealing packages right off of people's front porches. this morning, a satisfying revenge story about a dad who turned to social media to track down a crook. and reena ninan is here with the story. >> good morning, more and more
across america, people are finding first class mail met with second class behavior. all you need is a camera and friends on social media. it is the season of giving, but for this texas thief, it's about the take. caught on this home surveillance camera taking a package. >> i feel inviviolated. >> reporter: the package was just delivered. he uses his sweatshirt to cover his face, looks around, snatches the package and fleeps but not before taking a quick glance at the security camera. >> i got madder. i'm going to post this to a social media site. >> reporter: he turned to friends and neighbors, posting screen grabs of the surveillance footage on his neighborhood watch facebook page. >> half a dozen of my neighbors are on it. and they saw the post. they came over to me and said, hey, i know who this kid is.
>> reporter: turns out it was a local teenager. he took mercy and didn't go to the police. and that stolen package with the houston rockets sweater inside was finally returned to its rightful owner, his son, jared, just in time for thanksgiving. it's a crime and more this season, check out this pennsylvania man pinching a package left on a porch while juggling his 1-year-old daughter in his other arm. and a woman in detroit, boldly escaping with a package under each arm. with the postal services gearing up to deliver a whopping 1.3 billion packages between thanksgiving and christmas, 10% more than last year. police said expect more holiday bandits out on the hunt. how do you bust a bandit? sign up for delivery alerts, or send yourself a decoy package with a dirt injuy diaper. see if they come back again.
>> somebody has a crazier mind than mine. >> i got that, dan. >> such venom. >> absolutely. >> it's the holiday season. >> don't do anything mean to reena ninan ever. ever. thank you, appreciate it. time now for the weather, and abc's rob marciano. >> start off in the northwest, a storm system that's driving this way. and it's going to have a couple of things, it. first off, the rain. as this cold front drives to the south. and some of the rain will be heavy at times. also some wind. winds gusting to 50 miles per hour. cold enough air into the seattle area, might see snow all the way to the valley floor. tells you how cold it is. before that happens, a flood watch for seattle. rains, 3 to 5 inches. flooding across parts of washington and oregon. and rain from the south into san francisco. meanwhile, in the 60s in denver. some of that mild air moving
into the northeast. the 30s today to near 60 or better over the next -- by sunday. so a good 15 to 20 degree warmup across we will tap into some of milder air by the end of the weekend, but it is cold this morning and even a few snow flurries popping up online dollars. on live doppl >> this weather report brought twrou by macy's. they had a little party yesterday. it was two and a half miles long. a little parade. >> heard about that. >> have fun? >> always a grand tradition, a little chilly. >> thanks so much. also a big tradition, holiday shop. the strategies you should take with you today and what you should save for cyber monday. >> and how to pick the perfect christmas trees. the dos and don'ts when buying
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. we are back here at 7:41 with what you need to know before buying your christmas tree. now that thanksgiving is over, this is a tradition at our house too. people are going out today, this weekend, to get their christmas tree, paula. >> the childhood memories, the axe, the saw, the needles sticking in your feet and hurting you. for many families, cutting down
the tree is annual tradition. and getting it home and realizing that you have made a very common mistake. nothing says christmas more than trimming the tree. but sometimes the quest to find that tree -- >> there it is. >> reporter: can be as deeply religious as the holiday itself. and no one wants a charlie brown disaster. so listen to the pros of the pine. we're surrounded by trees. how many are on this property? >> there's over 100,000 trees on the property. >> reporter: jaime jones of the jones family farm in connecticut says the most common question is where are the big ones? that's where people go wrong. size matters. >> they pick a tree out that's just a little bit too big. they unwrap it, boom. >> reporter: when is the best time to buy? tip number two, don't delay.
>> all the best trees will be gone. early buyers are happy buyers. >> reporter: tip number three, it's the hagt and the weight. jt. >> a heavy tree is a healthy tree. it's full of water, it's packed. dr wood means a dead tree. we don't sell dead trees. >> reporter: but whatever people buy, pets can get through it all. like on these videos posted on youtube. tip number four, pet lovers love the blue spruce. >> very sharp needles. the cats, once they find out the neelgtdss are sharp, nothing to do with the tree anymore. >> reporter: the most secret for a healthy tree, tip number five, enough water in the stand. there's a lot of tricks out there, aspirin in the water or sug sugar. >> no. they're old wives tails. >> reporter: i attempt to cut down my own family tree. i thought this was going to be a power saw? we have success.
jones reminds met most important part of buying a tree is creating memories. and by the time i drive home, even though i messed up rule number one -- it's too tall. whoops. this will be one tree my family will remember for quite some time. merry christmas! okay, so as we mentioned, those old wives tales, sugar, bleach, aspirin, to revive, all you have to do is make a fresh cut before you put it in the stand and keep water in the stand. >> hot water? >> doesn't work. >> who thought aspirin would help? >> a doctor. >> exactly. >> dan -- >> i would have gone with an anti-inflammatory, personally. >> paula, thank you for those very helpful tips. >> blue spruce for the pets. >> and you can see more of paula's report and how to avoid other holiday season pitfalls tonight on 20/20, true
confessions. 10:00 p.m. eastern, 9:00 central on abc. >> and all of the dilemmas, aspirin. >> you heard it from the master. an epic danceoff. two famous families going toe to beau toe on thanksgiving. who they were. and the queen of the ugly christmas sweater. the mom who has become an internet sensation. we have a serious hairball issue. we clean it up, turn around, and there it is again. it's scary. little bit in my eye. [ michelle ] underneath the kitchen table, underneath my work desk, we've got enough to knit a sweater. [ doorbell rings ] zach, what is that? the swiffer sweeper. the swiffer dusters. it's some sort of magic cloth that sucks in all the dog hair. it's quick and easy. pretty amazing that it picked it all up. i would totally take on another dog. [ kevin ] really? ♪
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okay, so this is a key if somewhat questionable part of the holiday season. ugly, tacky christmas sweaters. and now a mom from tampa is on a mission to ensure that this year no one has to go without. her creations made per a social media sensation. and t.j. has more. >> before you laugh -- >> oh, my word. >> i need to let you know, the suit was actually my second choice. this was my first choice of attire today. now before you laugh at this sweater, or at me, you need to know that there's a woman who has turned our love/hate. >> reporter: with these christmas sweaters into something. we love to hate it, from the classics to the eyesores on brint bridget jones. but this season, there's a n queen of the ugly christmas sweater.
>> about two hours to make the sweater. >> reporter: behold deb in her jingle belly glory. going viral, modeling her custom-made christmas creations online. >> i put my arms out so people can see what i've done to the sleeves. >> reporter: and the expression on her face, a strategic mo. >> my goofy face. have fun and come buy my sweater. >> reporter: some are less amused and more horrified. one saying she scares me. another writing, my kid saw that face and will not sleep alone. but she's smiling to the bank, her sales quadrupling, and her designs gaining global attention. >> i love it. it's so much fun when people comment and say they had a really good time in their sweater that i made. >> reporter: whether it's a stroll down sesame street, or a reindeer running over grandma,
deb has countless ways to fill you with holiday cheer. and the uglier the sweater the better. we should end the segment before too many are taken. i almost went with that one, rob. the sleeveless thing. >> i'm not ready to commit to full one. >> dan, look at this. it's like he's royalty, he doesn't want to put it on. >> well, there are a lot of reasons i didn't to want put it on. coming up, r5 performing live here on "gma." keep it here. saving on tools and gifts. hurry in now for $50 off this dewalt 20 volt cordless drill, and $100 off this dewalt miter saw. don't miss out on the year's best deals at lowe's. so you think santa will like these... red and green m&m's? i don't know! i never met the guy! whaaaaa! he does exist! they do exist! uhm... santa?
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abc 7 broadcast center, this is an abc 7 news update. good morning, i'm jeff goldberg. let's get right to jack taylor in the wtop traffic center. >> there are a couple of things going on. southbound washington baltimore parkway, a crash before 198. a car went off into the ditch. the good news is it has been
reopened. you can see from the camera in 295 atd state, on route 32, things are moving fine. bridge -- washington george washington parkway at key bridge, there was an accident. route hundred at the rampte 29, southbound. and itave a breeze, feels 22 in winchester as well as dulles. a dwi, 22, and 27 is what it feels like downtown. throughout the day temperatures will be chilly. 40 by 3:00 p.m. tonight clouds begin to move in, and we will see a quiet work week forecast as we head to the latter half of the seven-day. it certainly will look nice
good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m., and black friday blowout. the secrets to the best deals and steals on shopping's biggest day. what you need to know before you hit the mall, and what you should wait to buy until cyber monday. and would you check in with the dock in a box? the medical move that could revolutionize the way you see the doctor. emeril is transnormaling your turkey and the rest of the left leftovers into a delicious feast. get ready for r5. they're here live and have you smiling into the weekend as we say -- >> good morning, america. yeah! ♪ i want to see you smile
how can you not smile when you hear that song? look at r5 ready to sing. ready for the weekend. so are all the people who have waited all night long to meet you guys. here to sing. >> and it is cold out there. these are dedicated, dedicated fan the. >> yeah, and speaking of musical talent, we have a special d.j. friday. we have two-time grammy winner t-pain in the house this morning. his biggest hits like this one, "up/down." and "buy you a drink." >> you know a lot of the t-pain deep cuts? you're familiar with his diskography? >> yes. >> learn something new about paula faris all the time. and it's the movie taking over the box office right now, so many people loving "the hunger games." we will hear from one of the stars just ahead. >> all of that is ahead, start
with the news. paula. begin with the black friday shopping frenzy. many stores already open. and the first unfortunate brawls. this one over televisions in houston. some shoppers camped over night to be the first in the dpoorps it is the start of the busiest time of the year for the stores. the next month is make or break for many of them. in ferguson, missouri, protesters venting their anger in the michael brown case. calling for a black friday boycott. overnight, they chanted and marched through a local walmart, shutting it down completely. donations, however, pouring in to help natalie, a bakery shop owner who's business was nearly destroyed by the rioters. online supporters have raised $200,000 and she has more orders than she can handle for christmas. great to hear. and breaking news right now, japan on alert after a volcano began erupting for the first
time in 22 years. disrupting hundreds of flights. spewing mag ma, debris and smoke, shooting blum plumes of ash more than 3,000 feet in the air. and pope francis landing in turkey for a three-day visit. critics say he should boycott a meeting at the lafic presidential palace. it cost more than $600 million. and finally, who says pigs don't fly? the friendly skies, that is. a female passenger got on a u.s. airways flight in connecticut with what she called an emotional support animal. the pig needed emotional support. it became disruptive. the woman and the pig were off the plane. he's going to have to find a different way to bring home the bacon. >> wasn't just a little pig let. >> it didn't fly, but it tried to fly. almost. i turn to bacon for emotional support as well. so -- >> who doesn't like bacon?
>> is that a legitimate thing? >> just took an unfortunate turn. all right. thank you, paula. more on black friday now, and some important information before you hit the store this is morning. so many great doorbuster deals throughout. maybe you shouldn't cross everything off your list just yet. becky worley tells us what to buy now and what to save for cyber monday. >> reporter: deal hunters, timing is everything. with sales all week, have you missed your chance for a killer discount? stay focused, frugal friends, there are still deals to be found. let's get tactical. black friday is go time on clothing. today, old navy's whole store is 50% off. express, also 50% off. and the store averaging 65% off? jcpenny. also today, set your sights on phones. the iphone 6, bundled with a gift card at walmart is the
equivalent of $100. . android, it's a buck. not that kind of buck. $1. you can find it at best buy. and don't forget about amazon. the amazon kindle is $49 right you, normally 79. and a large appliance, today is the day. >> washers, dryers, refrigerators. they are on sale at significant discounts. >> reporter: if you buy one thing today, make it a gift card. target has theirs at 10% off. i use those for toiletries, groceries, whatever is in here. 10 first off. 20% off, itunes gift cards too. now to the weekend. small business saturday sounds like a madeup marketing scheme. but local stores have the steepest discounts of the year to compete with the big retail chains. moving on to cyber monday and toys. we have a big change in strategy. no need to wait for the last
minute christmas markdowns, buy toys on cyber monday. no need to sleep in the deer blind. it's the day to get deals on hotel rooms. 40% off in tahoe, new york triumph, 30 to 50%, and the red roof in, 30% off. stalking low prices. for "good morning america," becky worley, alaska, walnut creek, california. >> becky, on the lookout for us. now to "pop news" and weather coming up. t.j. has the morning menu in the social square. yes, here's a look at the morning menu. we don't have thanksgiving so long as, going straight to christmas with jimmy kimmel and meghan trainor. and get ready for this. this is a doc in a box. this is really coming in and starting to be a big thing. you want to see this. and also, look at this. i feel out of place because my flame doesn't start with an r. this is r5, and just t. jj., i
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♪ oh, we got a good one this morning. d.j. spinning this morning, that is mr. t-pain. made his way up from georgia. welcome back to "gma." "pop news" now, sounds better than christmas music. you into christmas music? >> i love christmas music. >> it's officially that time. nobody talks about thanksgiving music. there is none. jimmy kimmel and meghan trainor come to the rescue. ♪ i'm not bringing leftovers on the plane mom ♪ >> with soon to be classics like, why did linda bring kitchen, are they back together. >> long ride to the airport with
clint. >> it's turkey-themed, essentially singing about everything that us from straits us. >> adam sandler had a turkey song. am i the only one who remembers? >> yes. >> we had a celebrity battle yesterday on instagram. battling on thanksgiving day. they had a danceoff. it was the hudsons versus the huffs. we're going to show you the hudsons first. and see who did better. listen. ♪ now it -- it -- it might take you a second to figure this out, the top and the far right, that's kate hudson in the back. snkts. >> is kurt russell there? >> yes. >> and that's the guy in "22 jumpstreet." >> i'll take your word for. >> it is kate hudson and gold
goldiehawn december oosh. >> the houghs are professional dancers. >> that's not fair. ♪ ♪ light it on fire >> the turkey comes in at the end. but that's pitbull's fire ball they're dancing to. and bruno mars earlier. it's not fair. >> they're missing a cameo by a bumble bee. this video is fantastic. they made three or four each yesterday, going back and forth on instagram. the wine was a theme yesterday in some of the videos. they are telling me you're the cat guy. >> yeah. they have to make me look at pa thtic as possible. >> i like cats too. always have cats as pets. it's cute and serious. the a spca getting together and putting together thanksgiving-themed memes having to do with cats. look at a couple here, this is randall, saying are you gonna finish that? it's okay.
the next one here apparently had too much turkey. diet starts tomorrow. that's a fat cat. and this one i picked just because of the name, is vanilla ice. i like the cat's name. this is cute and adorable. for a good cause. the aspca trying to get a lot of these cats adopted. this is the fourth annual cat day. you can get a discounted price. there's god behind it, it's cute. but they get attention. >> it's no joke, hundreds of thousands of cats and dogs are put down every year. you can give them a good home. as much as i love cats, i have three. i love dogs. i posted a picture on instagram yesterday, a thanksgiving thief lurking under the table during our table. that is nick, my brother and sister-in-law's dog. he was very well behaved. >> it's not pathetic to like cats. >> i'm pathetic on many levels.
the cat part is -- >> we agree with that. >> thanks, t.j. >> thank you, t.j. good "pop news." also the heat index is coming up, but first, rob, who also likes cats is outside with the check of the weather. >> hey, guys. we are out here with a very enthusiastic -- who are you here to see? >> r5! >> who are you here to see? >> you. >> that's the spirit. one person. one person. 29 degrees right now in boston. take a look, it's snowing. we have snow advisories out. a couple of inches in the county for an hour or two. 35 degrees in boston for the high. and chilly across the northeast. temperatures 15 degrees below average, and a batch of light snow across the great lakes. 78 in los angeles. 83 in phoenix. yeah, dry for now. but it will become unsettled next week if you need the chill away from your bones, go there. dangerous cold into the northern plains. minus 6 in bismarck, 0 in
ina little flurries will fly in parts of frederick, pushing into loudoun county and virginia. just a little bit of that lake effect snow bringing in some of that moisture to our area. but no accumulation expected. it is cold. wind chill values are in the 20's all across the region. temperatures only rising to about 40 degrees, but it will be beer easy -- it will be breezy and quite brisk. >> nice work. it is cold, but they are enthusia enthusiastic. t.j., back to you. >> r5, can't wait to get to that. first, the heat index, and the family beating the odds in an unusual way. they have 12 children, but all of them are boys. and now number 13 is on the way. the big question i know you're asking, will they keep that
streak going? juju chang has their story. >> reporter: you know what they say, everything is cheaper by the dozen. >> cheese. >> reporter: but jay and kateri don't see it that way. >> there's nothing cheap bout the crew. >> reporter: that crew, 12 rambunctious boipsanging from 22 years old to 15 months. and that's not all. >> we're expecting number 13. >> reporter: due this may. 13 e kids in roughly 22 years. could lucky number 13 be a girl? >> it's always been a boy. we're just kind of expecting a boy. >> reporter: we took a vote on what the family thought the sex would be. the tally, 6 want a boy, 7 voted for a girl. but would baby tucker's boy even the count? >> boy or girl? more, more. just more. >> more kids. we like the surprise.
and we just like to wait until the moment. >> reporter: but until that surprise bundle arrives, mommy, who's one of 14 children herself, will have to stick it out with the house full of y chromoso chromosomes. >> definitelily outnumbered at times. rarely do i win voting on something. >> reporter: all the boys pitch in, sometimes everyone changing diapers. >> most of them have informed us if it is a little girl, they will have nothing to do with diaper changing. >> reporter: but one thing that wouldn't change, everyone comes home from the hospital in the same onesie, even dad. >> and i guess if a little girl does show up, she'll come home in the same yellow outfit. >> reporter: they are not the only well-known family, there's the duggars with 19 kids and count. and there's no talk of them getting a reality show, for right now, they're happy with their own reality. >> i've grown up with 11 of my best friends. and i wouldn't have it any other way.
>> hey! >> reporter: for "good morning america," juju chang, abc news, new york. >> who wouldn't want 13 boys? >> that's -- >> that's a lot. could you imagine the food bill? >> yeah. >> it trough. like a bunch of dogs. >> that's a big health care bill. imagine the broken bones. >> what a great segue. we have been talking about the doc in a box all morning, right? and the doc in a box. next up, a new way to see the doctor without an appointment or going out of your way. popping up in stores across the country, allowing you to get a quick checkup when you shop. forget making appointments weeks in advance, sitting in a crowded waiting room and waiting to see the doctor, the doctor will see you now at your convenience. even while you're grocery shopping. >> what brings you into health spot today? >> reporter: nicole is having ear pain and sinus pressure and
it's too difficult to get into the regular doctor. >> it's convenient to be able to grocery shop and visit the doctor. >> reporter: the physicians assistant on the screen walks through an ear exam, using the same medical devices in an examine. >> look in your ears. that is looks good. the other side. >> reporter: so he can have a virtual look at her eardrum and listen to her lungs. while someone onsite cleans the equipment between patients. >> i felt more involved because i can see what they are seeing rather than just relying on their word. and i got to use all the instruments. that's a real draw for me. >> reporter: health spot in four states accept s insurances. but without the insurance, it's $49 to $79, a far cry from the usual doctor's office fee. >> we want to provide care for patients, and meet them where they are in their every day
life. >> reporter: but it's not for every patient. medical professionals stress this is for a sore throat, a cold, pink eye. in nicole's case, an up you are respiratory virus. >> minor illnesses, many can be handled over the phone. seeing someone adds something there. i would hope that someone with a serious illness doesn't go to one of these booths. >> like dr. besser said, minor ailments. but it's going to relieve pressure on emergency rooms. don't to want go to the doctor, can't take time out of. that's where it comes in. >> affordable access. switching gears, we know that the "hunger games" is the bigge biggest movie in the country. taking in a whopping $121 million. and i sat down with jeffy wright who plays a tech wiz. here he is in a scene arming
katniss played by jennifer lawrence. >> regular, insindiary, explosive arrows. all color-coded. and got a trident for him. when he's ready. might just cure him -- cure him up. let's -- not fire the red ones in here. >> these are interesting movies. they're not only really entertaining and thrilling, but there's a lot of commentary and social commentary embedded in the plot. >> absolutely. i think that's what's most exciting about being a part of these films. they're big budget story telling and you have all the bells and whistles that you would expect from films of this scale. but at the same time they're geared for young audiences. and they're not nical. they're not taking for granted the intelligence of the audience and trying to speak to real relevant and topical issues that are existing bouds of the sin
ya. what we find at this foiz in the story telling, a society at war with itself. >> we have questions on social media, she's asking if you could play another character other than your own, who would it be? >> you know, it wouldn't be effie, i don't know if the wigs would suit me and the heels. i think peeta's story is fascinating and josh does a great job portraying him. it's a fantastically wild arc. it's like post-traumatic stress disorder, and a warrior deal with the consequences of war. and trying reclaim himself and the things this he loves and holds dear. i think it's a really thrilling character. i think maybe i'd tackle that one. >> one last question, this is a seous movie.
but this is from jessica, is it hard when you have mistakes to get back into serious mode? >> we ride the mistakes. it is only because everyone around you is, you know, kind of jabbing you about the mistake you made. everything is so light-hearted. and it's really wonderful. it's a real lesson for me. particularly coming from jennifer. yes, these are intense stories, but we're acting, you know? you know, do your work well, be committed to it. but have a good time doing it. i think that's probably a good idea for anyone, you know? find what you love, do it well and enjoy it. >> amen. >> yeah. >> i'm a fan, a thrill to meet you. appreciate it. "the hunger games: mockingjay, part 1" is in theaters w. i'm a great fan, he's interested in social justice. helping to fight ebola, and in "board walk empire" on hbo, he's fantastic. and the simple solution
7 broadcast the abc center, this is an abc 7 news up. >> good morning, hope you're having a nice friday. let's get right to jack taylor wtop traffic center. >> is still pretty quiet. the baltimore-washington parkway before 198, everything is open now after next. the beltway itself, everyone looks great, the inner and outer loop from maryland to virginia, all lanes are open. george washington parkway near
the key bridge, accident cleared. 295, aning road west of accident with authorities headed to the scene. eileen, it is up and down with the weather today. overs, a few snow showers northwestern sections of the viewing area. coming off the lakes, believe it or not. a strong northwesterly breeze will make temperatures feel chilly today. the 40's, feeling more like the 30's with the brisk breeze. --d with 32 to 30 tonight, 22 to 30 tonight. tomorrow and average of 46. we climb into the middle 50's by sunday. it should be a good try weekend for traveling, shopping, and even putting up the decorations. the chance for showers returned by the start of next week. >> we will have another update coming up at 8:56.
♪ i want to see you smile there is r5. one of the hottest young bands on the planet right now. and their fans here to see them perform. some of them waiting in the cold, the freezing cold since midnight. and now they're all warming up in our studio. and i know they all can't wait to hear their now single, "smile," coming up. >> the fans, super dedicated, waiting outside for many hours. and we have the two-time grammy award inning t-pain, and spinning the hottest hits, including this. and low rider. let me and you a quick question. >> what? >> you are very much associated with auto tune, but -- but --
there is a video that has gone viral recently. i was watching it this morning in my office, as a matter of fact, where you sing with no auto tune. and you have a beautiful voice. >> yeah, i'm pretty awesome. i'm pretty good. yeah, man, it was time to do something like that. people needed to know. nobody ever asked. when npr called and they were ready to let me shine my light on everybody. and i said much obliged. no problem. >> the world needed to know you're not just auto tune. >> yep. pretty awesome. >> let me tell you as we celebrate your awesomeness, you have your new greatest hits album "t-pain presents happy hour: gettest hits". >> so far. more to come. >> i'm going to use that line today. you're here the rest of the morning. keep on smining pinning it.
>> i'm here. >> can you cook? emeril is going to show you how to transform the thanksgiving leftovers, turkey and stuffing. what do you do with it all? >> today is the number one day in all of days for the use of m may owe. >> in between two slices of bread -- >> i do not like mayonnaise. >> we will get to amy's fears and foibles later in the show. but the following story, getting kids to do a chore is a huge headache for parents and a huge fight with kids when they don't pitch in. now a new app gets kids to help out, and gets them excited about it. and abc's becky worley explains how this thing works. >> reporter: see this? you have just witnessed a holy grail moment of parenting. let's take a look in slo-mo.
child, does the chore. parent, claire, doesn't nag. how did they pull that off? >> all done. >> reporter: well, they used an app. created by this guy. >> how do i make my home where my son can know that work can be a fun, amazing thing. >> reporter: he's the founder of chore monster. we met at him with at an event hosted by disney. they invested in the app. chores are a huge hassle for parents. over 70% of families don't assign them to their kids. how does chore monster work? claire lists jobs on her phone. when she signs in, ice cream, screen time, or -- >> this kid's going for the cold, hard cash. >> reporter: you get money? a buck a week. pretty good for a 5-year-old. >> i have lots more than $1. >> reporter: you do? when the job's done, mom check
it is off. >> the chore monster gets excited. >> reporter: is it scary? no. a funny monster. claire says it can be cumbersome. >> oh, she recorded she did a chore. now you need to log in and give her the points. after a week and a half, being a busy, full-time working mom. i was starting to think the sticker chart might be the way to go. but it inspired her. >> reporter: over 7 million tasks have been completed with chore monoter. and for this family, digitally reinforcing the positive is better than nagging. for "good morning america," becky worley, abc news, santa barbara, california. >> seems like something worth try, at the very least. back out to rob marciano with the final check of the weather. hey, rob. >> good morning, guys. still cold out. still a huge crowd. we have a special treat for you with some fine military men. but first, the weather. storm moving into the northwest.
bringing serious snow, up to 2 feet in the higher elevations and winds up to 70 miles per hour. low visibility. take the snow pack. and the warmup is on for the weekend, 10 to 20 degrees warmer over the weekend. and the rain spreading to the south through at home, a few snow flurries moving in from the northwest. right now through loudoun, even through montgomery county. let me know if you see any. temperatures are in the 30's, but it feels like the >> oh, yeah, this weather is brought to you by mastercard. the joy of give is what the holiday season is all about. for more than 60 years, the walt disney company has sported the toys for tots foundation. here's more.
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children's christmas this year. >> opens it up to a lot of options. staff sergeant ramirez, you call me sir. make me feel old. thanks for your service. thank you very much. back to you guys. >> thank you, rob, staff sergeant. coming up on "gma," emeril transforming the leftovers. not too much mayonaise. and t-pain is here with the
. welcome back, everyone. thanksgiving dinner, might be a fond memory after the guests have gone home. but the leftovers linger on. and emeril lagasse is here to join us with the ideas for upgrading the uneaten turkey. >> thank you. >> we are all still recovering from the turkey hang over. i'm not in the mood for turkey. but you have a wild version. >> it's amazing to me how many people wait for the leftovers the day after. and we've done, over the years, some really amazing things. and we are going to do a casserole today. really simple, using our turkey and a few other simple ingredients. >> bacon? >> yes. >> any time bacon is involved, it's going to be delicious. >> exactly. i have cut bacon i've rendered down. and the next ingredient is mushrooms. i have shiitake mushrooms. to that, add onion and celery
and thyme. they will cook down. now once that cooks maybe about 6 to 8 minutes. >> okay. >> then what we're going to do, we're going to make the roux. which is using flour, you can use corn starch. you can add the flour, stir that in and fold that in. >> i'm folding. >> it will start to cook down. >> oops. >> that's okay. >> we have a mushroom -- >> once the flour cooks, add some white wine and we're going to add some chicken broth. and this is really what's going to make -- this is really what's going to make the sort of this mushroom gravy, if you will. this is what i have. >> this is smelling amazing. this is cooked down. >> this is cooked down. after this, you can see we have a nice sauce. now what we're going to do, i wanted to use spinach today. we have spinach, and then we take our leftover turkey --
>> there's the turkey, cubed. >> cubed up. now maybe you had a rice dressing. maybe you had some sort of stuff. you could do that as well. i have rice to incorporate, and then, of course, cheese. then what happens is we but the aerocasserole. >> butter's good. >> we pour the mixture in the casserole. 350 degrees, bake in the oven for 40 to 45 minutes. it gets all bubbly. >> can i try it? >> yes. all bubbly and delicious. you have another meal. you have a meal for the weekend. >> right. >> you could make this the day after, serve it saturday night for dinner. right? isn't it delicious? >> you want a bite. i see there's also a turkey wrap. >> well, here's the thing. this is, you know, you have tortillas, what you can do, and i love this, i take a little bit of the stuffing, a little bit of the turkey, a little bit of the cranberry sauce, lettuce and
make your own little wrap. or you can just chop the lettuce and have a chopped salad. >> couple of options, wrap it or put it in a salad. >> exactly. >> i made ham, can i use the same concept for ham? >> perfect. >> all right. >> and you can add to that, if you like tomatoes, onion, red unyou know, iceberg lettuce, you can get as creative as you want. the casserole, i love. you can incorporate a whole bunch of leftovers. >> this is fantastic. >> isn't it delicious? >> last year you went out to dinner for thanksgiving. >> worst mistake. >> specifically to have the leftovers. >> i always cook, but last year for some reason we did go out, and i never had any leftovers. this is not good. >> we love you. thank you so much. we appreciate it. >> thank you so much. >> so good. for all of emeril's recipes and even more ideas for leftovers, head to goodmorningamerica.com
♪ i want to see you smile we are all very excited to have r5 back on "gma." we got a look at them at the twitter mirror. do we have a picture of them being wacky? there it is. and they are going to make us smile with a brand new song off their second album. thank you for being here on black friday. a lot of fans out here. and you all were able to make
your debut performance at the preshow for the american music awards. what was it like performing? >> it's fun. everybody is there at the amas. and we were playing the same song, we are passionate about it. >> you wrote it for the obvious reason, everybody likes to smile? >> that's it. fits our personalities very much. when we play the shows and music, we want people to just really enjoy it and smile. >> i think you can see that by the crowd here. and you -- [ cheers and applause ] u shot the video in reverse, explain that to me? >> we spent a week in preparation learning the song backwards to sing it. and shot in reverse. when you see it backwards, it's in reverse. >> the music video in reverse is coming out pretty soon. and it's -- we're really, really excited about that. it was really difficult. >> because if you didn't smile the first time, you're going smile in reverse. >> right.
all the smiles are in reverse. >> that's interesting. let's get to the reason why everyone is here. this is r5 with their new single "smile." >> three, four. ♪ ♪ go ♪ today i feel like running naiked through your street to get your attention ♪ ♪ whoa oh, oh ♪ ♪ i broke up with my girl so tell me where to meet ♪ ♪ or did i mention ♪ whoa oh, oh ♪ i dream on, i dream about you what can i do to make you feel all right ♪ ♪ baby i don't want to see you
cry, no ♪ ♪ i want to see you smile ♪ i want to see you smile ♪ today i feel like blowing all my cash on you ♪ ♪ i'd buy you anything until i'm broke ♪ ♪ broke, broke ♪ today i want to turn your skies from gray to blue ♪ ♪ and if it rains on you i'll be your coat ♪ ♪ whoa oh, oh ♪ i dream on, i dream about you what can i do to make you feel all right ♪ ♪ baby i don't want to see you cry, no ♪ ♪ i want to see you smile
♪ i want to see you smile ♪ let me take your picture, baby ♪ ♪ i'll save it for a rainy day >> nice. ♪ i don't need much ♪ i guess i'm just old-fashioned in that way ♪ ♪ so on the count three, let's marry you ♪ ♪ one, a two, a one, a one, two, a one, two, three ♪ ♪ ♪ smile ♪ oh, oh ♪ i wanna make you smile
and a big thanks to r5 for a great performance. and just to say, please, take care of your drummer. he put up a sign, he's in distress. they have one more song, it's called "things are looking up." thanks, guys. ♪ ♪ woohoo ♪ woohoo ♪ you're a business i was a startup you were like high speed i was on dial up ♪ ♪ i needed caffeine you were a starbucks ♪ ♪ a double shot you were a -- i was a remix ♪ snoet you were the sunshine i was the resign ♪ ♪ i couldn't get it right until you opened up my eyes you turned
>> live from the abc 7 broadcast center, this is an abc 7 news update. >> good morning, i'm jeff goldberg. hope you're having a nice friday. let's go right to jack taylor in the traffic center. >> very quiet, knock on wood. we had a crash on benning road west of 295. the big beltway map shows no problems. virginia, all travel lanes are open. if you are headed to do some shopping or home from shopping, and if you had it -- if you have to be headed anywhere in the 270 near father hurley boulevard -- tiling, we have to pull you in because i think i see some snow there. >> it is all coming from the brisk northwestern breezes. no accumulation, but
temperatures are certainly chilly. 37 degrees downtown. it feels like 29 degrees, so bundle up doing holiday shopping today. 38-42. well below average. 46 for the day saturday. we climb into the 50's by sunday, so overall a great weekend as far as traveling, maybe even doing more of that shopping and putting up christmas decorations. 50 degrees -- 60 degrees by monday, an isolated shower. back to 50 by wednesday of next week. >> what an interesting week of weather, eileen, and the chilly one ahead of black friday. thanks for joining us and have a wonderful weekend.
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