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water. our new tour of the disaster and the major cities that are in the danger zone right now. also new this morning, trump's tough talk. the presidential candidate not backing down after terrorists use his comments in a recruitment video. he's now turning the tables on hillary clinton. >> hillary clinton created isis with obama. >> so, how will this affect the campaign? road rage murder. the popular college student gunned down after a new year's eve party. why did this stop at a red light lead to violence? the hunt for the gunmen this morning and the new leads police are chasing down. and epic comeback. tcu on top of the world right now, taking one, two, three overtimes to beat the ducks. the wild celebrations, the dancing coach, the largest comeback in bowl history.
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alamo. hey, good morning. also coming up on the show, the breaking news out one of the most volatile regions in the world. the angry protesters storming the saudi arabian embassy in tehran, the source of the outrage and what it could mean for the middle east coming up. >> sensitive region right now. but we do start with a new view of the devastation in missouri, a state swamp by the historic floods. is morning, 24 dead and more than 100 homes are destroyed. and this thing is far from over. it's a slow-moving disaster that's going to last for months. the high water is heading down river to cities of memphis, vicksburg and baton rouge. >> and abc's indra petersons is reporting from what is now ground zero of missouri, cape girardeau.
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>> reporter: exactly the right words, i'm standing in floodwaters in missouri. although no major rainfall is expected across the region, we have flood warnings posted from missouri straight down to louisiana. this morning the dangerous mississippi river floodwaters moving south, leaving community after community under water. north of little rock, arkansas, flooding so widespread, divers could be found swimming. in missouri, we charted the aftermath with city officials. >> the crest we had today was the highest crest in history. we've never seen water like in history. >> go to work in the morning, everything's fine. then, come home in the evening, eight hours later, water rising 8 feet. >> reporter: leaving 24 dead and more than a hundred homes in ruin. now residents of cape girardeau, missouri, are banning together to save their community. the high school basketball team
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effort to minimize flood damage. seen here filling sandbags to protect a church community center. the family of one of the players forced to clear out their home. >> they had to move all that furniture furniture, everything out of their house. >> reporter: residents survey the water-filled homes. in illinois, the governor still urging the public to remain vigilant. >> please honor the request and evacuate. >> reporter: here, they had a record-breaking crest yesterday. more than 49 feet. now you can imagine everyone south of the region is nervous knowing that this water is heading down to the south. a week from now, memphis is expected to see flooding. minor flood stage. a week from now, the river is expected to crest.
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water that fell almost a month prior by that point in time coming into the region, threatening them with flooding that looks similar to what we're looking at today. incredible. >> knowing the worst is not over. indra, we'll hear from you later in the show. we want to move now to the race to president and donald trump has responded after being featured in a terrorism recruiting video. the republican front-runner is now pointing the finger at hillary clinton, but the bigger question, will this hurt the republican front-runner's campaign with the iowa caucus less than one month away? mary bruce with the latest. >> reporter: that's right. we're finally hearing from donald trump about that video but he's shrugging it off. he said at least he has the guts to address the bigger problem. >> donald j. trump is calling for a total and complete
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united states. >> reporter: his rhetoric is being used in a terrorism recruitment video. but donald trump isn't changing his message any time soon. >> does it concern you at all that you're being used in a recruitment video? >> what am i going to do? i have to say what i have to say. >> reporter: telling cbs news, he's focused on the bigger picture. >> there's a problem, we have to find out what's the problem. and solve that problem. >> reporter: in a new video, al shabaab shows a clip of trump calling for a ban on muslims entering the u.s. >> donald j. trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown. >> reporter: but the republican front-runner said he's not the only one to have been used in a terrorism video. >> they use other people, too. >> he's becoming isis' best recruiter. >> reporter: hillary clinton sparked fierce debate when she said trump's language was providing fodder for terrorists. a claim that was never proven. showing videos of donald trump
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order to recruit more radical jihadists. >> reporter: overnight, trump turned the tables on clinton. >> they've created isis, hillary clinton created isis with obama. >> reporter: this morning, still no response from the clinton camp. >> hillary clinton has to be tempted to say, told you so when this video emerges, but she has to be careful. because she did overstate the facts on the debate stage a few weeks ago. so she's got to tread a bit carefully on this. but this is an essential argument against donald trump. >> now, all this comes as the candidates enter the final stretch to the iowa caucuses just four weeks away. the question now is whether trump can turn his high poll numbers into real votes? dan. >> a huge question lingering over this campaign. mary bruce reporting from the white house this morning. thank you. let's bring in martha raddatz who's also in washington, where she'll be hosting "this week" later this morning. martha, good morning, what cards does hillary clinton have to
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mary's piece, this isn't a clean "told you so" moment. when she first argued it she did so without apparent evidence. >> well, she certainly did, what she'll do now is probably ignore what she said in the beginning and just say, see, i told you so, they are using donald trump in those videos and she'll try to move on from this. a lot of people have said a lot of things in this campaign that don't exactly turn out to be true. i think she'll use this as proof. >> when trump argues that clinton and obama, quote, created isis, is there any basis for that? >> well, we can get into a big, long discussion there, dan, you can look back over the last decade about who created isis, how it started. it definitely started there in iraq, you could argue, i suppose, and her opponents will probably argue that, because
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didn't want any americans there. if you argued more to leave them there it might have made a difference. intelligence officials say, if we have had troops on the ground the intelligence would have been better. we might have had a bigger say in this. but others will go back to george bush and blame him. >> this is a blame game that has martha, thank you very much. we appreciate having you on a sunday morning. a reminder, martha has a big show this morning. she will be interviewing presidential candidates ben carson and democratic senator bernie sanders. coming up on "this week" on abc. we mentioned earlier in the show that the middle east is a very volatile region this morning and ron, you have a look at that. as well as our headlines. good morning, everyone. we're going to begin overseas with fears of a violent backlash in the muslim world after an execution of a prominent shiite cleric.
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put to death on terrorism charges. abc's alex marquardt is tracking all the late-breaking details from london. good morning to you, alex. >> reporter: good morning. that's right. fast and furious condemnation from iran's leadership, the supreme leader eye toll la khamenei saying that saudi arabia will face divine revenge of the execution. they threw molotov cocktails and set fires before being driven back by police. this is very significant and potentially dangerous development in the rivalry between iran, which is the biggest shiite muslim country in the world, and saudi arabia, because the cleric nimr al nimr was the leader of saudi's shiite minority. and spoke out against the royal family in saudi arabia. he was tried on terrorism-related charges. a trial that was called deeply flawed by human rights groups,
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>> alex, thanks for that. back here at home in the u.s., millions of americans will be taking to the skies with today being the busiest day for air travel. some air travelers going from chicago to seattle, possibly trying to beat the rush. had a frustrating trip. passengers on an american airlines flight said they were stuck on the tarmac going from seattle to chicago for three hours, with no food, because of a fueling issue. airliners are projected to have 73,000 passengers more today than this date last year. now to a tense standoff in oregon where some armed militiamen have taken over a national wildlife refuge. their armed standoff with federal agents two years ago over grazing rights. they are now occupying a federal government office on a wildlife preserve in the southeastern portion of oregon, they're doing this in support of two local ranchers facing prison
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one of them is the son of cliven bundy took to facebook telling supporters, we need your help, come prepared. the owners of the oregon property which is on federal land say they'll peacefully turn themselves in tomorrow. finally the stage is set for powerball fever to get even hotter, this, after no one hit the big $300-plus million jackpot. the next drawing will be wednesday night, right now, it looks like the estimated jackpot -- sara, you were talking about this yesterday -- it's going up to 400 million bucks. i have a method for picking my numbers. i go with numbers of old yankee greats. i haven't won so far. i might switch to mets. maybe that will work. >> maybe try red sox. >> you know what for 400 million bucks i might try the red sox. >> thank you very much. >> start with number 9.
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>> absolutely. we're out of time. from major league baseball to the nfl, it's a big day in the nfl because today marks the final day of the regular season but there's a new twist off the field against the top fantasy sports sites. could usually losing players find themselves big winners? >> lot opeople really stunned by this latest action by the district attorney here in new york, if he has his way it could soon be payday for thousands of people who lost money on those sites. this morning, the biggest names in daily fantasy sports facing a new, potentially crippling challenge, the new york attorney general going after draftkings and fanduel, to give back the money to their customers. this lawsuit alleges ads showing people easily making big bucks are misleading. claiming nearly 90% of draftkings players actually lost
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>> they originally deposited money with these daily fantasy companies based on doubling their money, which is what the a advertisements promised. he says that was a false promise. >> reporter: this is just another part of a fierce legal fight. schneiderman filing suit in november. calling them illegal gambling operations. something both companies have repeatedly denied. those sites reportedly took in more than $200 million in entry fees from at least 600,000 customers in new york in 2015. the lawsuit aims to reimburse each of them for losses and pay a $5,000 penalty for each violation. fanduel vowing to fight. this meritless amended suit. and draftkings tells abc news the lawsuit is based on the fundamental misunderstanding of fantasy sports competition. a judge has yet to decide
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this case goes to trial. >> new york isn't the first state to really step in. >> these sites are already banned in nevada and there are other states considering or already moving forward with lawsuits. we got new developments to tell you about this morning in the so-called affluenza teen. who went on the lamb in mexico. it could take months for him to be deported back home to face criminal charges. abc's phillip mena is here with more. phillip, good morning. >> authorities in mexico may have ethan couch in custody but it could be a while before he's sent back to texas, and this morning, we're hearing why. a new defense for ethan couch, in an attempt in ending up in u.s. custody. his lawyer in mexico telling mexican authorities had no right to detain the teen. >> we want an eye for an eye. and that's human nature, but the reality is, he has not committed a crime in mexico. >> reporter: ethan and his
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monday at this hotel. in puerto vallarta. the mother/son duo seen in these surveillance videos, apparently living off the grid for allegedly two weeks. after ethan allegedly violatete his probation, after the teen caused a car wreck, killing four while drunk driving. ethan's defense arguing he suffered from affluenza, too spoiled to understand his action >> i have never seen a case that sparked such outrage, that sparked such emotion from people. four totally innocent people were taken away in a second by the irresponsible actions of this juvenile. >> reporter: tonya has since been brought back to the u.s. on the charge of hindering the apprehension of a fugitive. but ethan is still in mexico. after a judge granted him a temporary stay while on his way to the airport, bound for the u.s. >> the injunction or rather the stay issued by the federal judge has made just in time because
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airport and that injunction halted things. >> reporter: the next step is expected to come tuesday, that's when ethan couch will meet with his lawyer in mexico. there's also another possible scenario, however unlikely that might be, if ethan decides to waive his extradiction hearing. he would be sent immediately back to the u.s. >> phillip, thank you. appreciate it. we'll switch gears a little bit now and talk about college football. the game everybody's talking about this morning, tcu pulling off what seemed to be an impossible win at the alamo bowl. >> many reasons to celebrate. did the comeback have anything to do with the coach's wardrobe switch? overnight, a bowl game for the record books. >> that matches the largest comeback if bowl history. >> reporter: tcu stunning oregon in a dramatic triple-overtime victory at the valero alamo
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>> it was 31-0 and tcu wins 47-41. >> reporter: the horned frogs entering the game without suspended starting quarterback boykin and oregon taking quick advantage in the first half, scoring again and again, amassing an insurmountable lead. the tcu coach opting for a change in wardrobe. in the second half the superstitious switch seemed to pay off. the backup quarterback leading his team to 31 unanswered points, forcing the game into not one, but three overtimes, before running in the final touchdown himself, putting an exclamation point on the improbable comeback. >> at halftime, no one had any doubt we could come back and take it to three overtimes and win. >> reporter: tcu ending the night with a trophy and a
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>> wait, that's a dance? >> kind of looks like your dance, too. >> yeah, me doing stanky legg. >> yes. can you actually do the stanky legg? >> no. we also want a big reminder, dan, next monday night, we know what your plans are, national championship game, alabama/clemson. january 11th on our sister station, espn. >> who are you taking i ron? >> clemson, guarantee clemson will beat alabama. >> hainesy and i are taking alabama. just for the record. >> yeah, we're going with bama. >> i'll go with you so we can balance the table. >> if you have to pick one side of the table to go with -- go with that side. let's check the forecast now and back to indra in missouri. indra, good morning to you. >> good morning to you, dan, i have to mention, i don't have these battery-operated socks, your punishment is i want to see that stanky legg when i get back, is that a deal?
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across the country. because, yes, january, it has arrived. of course, we're finally starting to see some snow, the bulk hanging around the great lakes. we're seeing that lake-effect snow. a foot of snow has fallen in the region in places like michigan and upstate new york, you're going to be talking about another 6 inches in the area. keep in mind, if you have lake-effect snow, you have cold air from our friend, good ole canada. look at the wake-up temperatures for tomorrow. upper teens in the plains, midwest and northeast. temperatures drop even more, it to feel like 0. what is that? seven degrees up towards new york city, even out towards d.c. the western half of the country, well, more like an el nino kind of winter. because here come the storms we have been talking about. a series of them bringing rain from not just northern california but that jet stream
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seeing rain through southern california. the concern is, though, heavy amounts of rain. concern for flooding there will be high as well. that's a look at your national forecast. here's a look at your local weather. >> i hope your guys are bundled up because i don't even remember what single-digits feel like. but you guys are going to feel them real soon. >> just to let you know, i gave him four options for your battery-powered socks.
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coming up on "good morning america" -- the hunt few the new year's eve road rage killer who gunned down this college student. the c ces police i have to go on. plus, she can dance, sing and act, but beyonce is making plans to tackle a new role. looking for new love in the new your, why today is the best day to find it online, believe it or not. >> they call it dating sunday. it's like the super bowl day for dating. >> why on a sunday? >> we'll tell you coming up. that's why it's called a tease. "good morning america" is brought to you by wayfair, a
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it could reach historic crest later this week. also right now, the office building in san bernardino, the site of last month's mass terror shooting, it's getting ready to reopen tomorrow. it will welcome back its 600 employees amid heightened security. also right now, rapper chris brown is facing new trouble this morning, he's at center of a criminal battery investigation in las vegas. police are looking into a woman's claim that the singer hit her and then stole her cell phone from a hotel room saturday morning. brown's rep said the victim's account is, quote, a complete fabrication. coming up on the show this morning -- why today is like super bowl sunday in the online dating world. so, are you ready to compete? we got some tips and tricks for making an irresistible dating profile. >> you would have an advantage -- >> really?
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let me switch gears, we have a pretty tough story to tell you about starting off this half-hour. there's a scramble right now to solve a new year's homicide. the hunt is on this morning for a gunman who opened fire on a car driven by a popular sorority sister. >> abc's aditi roy joins us with this heartbreaking story. >> reporter: good morning, paula and dan. this morning, police in texas are asking for the public's help in finding the people responsible for the death of a young college student. she was helping her friends out on new year's eve by being their designated driver but she never made it back home. this morning, police on the hunt for the men who they say gunned down this college student on new year's eve, turning a night of celebration into a road rage mystery. >> we got a lot of people we're wanting to talk to at this time.
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investigators, university of north texas junior sara mutschlechner was acting as a designated driver, after attending a new year's eve party with a group of her sorority sisters. at this top light, an suv pulled up alongside the car, a confrontation ensuing. >> five to six african-american males were in that car. exchanged some words. >> reporter: one in the suv opened fire, hitting her in the head, causing her to lose control of her car, hitting another vehicle then crashing. mutschlechner along with another passenger were rushed to the hospital. >> after she went to the hospital she later on passed away. >> reporter: overnight, her parents gathered with hundreds their loss. >> t tre are so many people that lives. >> she was friends with >> reporter: remembering the tv and film major as selfless, spirited and fun-loving. >> she was just one of those people who also had a smile on her face
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>> reporter: now, police hoping to bring her killers to justice, saying at least two of the men in the suv were at that same new year's eve party and asking for any attendees who may have taken photos or videos to come forward. >> we're sure people at the party would have recognized who was in that vehicle. >> reporter: police say the passenger in the victim's car who was injured was treated and released from the hospital. they're asking for the public's help in tracking down the people responsible for this hour riffic tragedy. >> you just hope that family can have some justice and closure. thank you, aditi. let's check the weather once again and indra is in cape girardeau, missouri. good morning once again. good morning. the number one question i think i have been asked this year, it's been so warm in the eastern half of the country, is it going to stay this way for winter?
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likely as 2016, i think it's the game-changer here, notice cooler air is filtering in over the next several days, this isn't going to last too long. we're still switching the pattern, all of that starts out west. the jet stream is dropping. a series of storms will be moving in, so we're talking about some winter storm warnings in the pacific northwest. as that system makes its way farther down to the south, we're going to be talking about some freezing rain. warmer farther south, then complete rain out there. since the jet stream has dropped, we're talking about cool air, cooler air for the rest of the country through the middle of january. sorry, guys, that's a look at the national forecast. let's take a look at your weather. >> this weather was brought to
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now, remember, i'm not the game-changer. i'm not the one bringing the cold weather. most important take-away today. >> it's not your fault. it's dan's fault. >> that's right. coming up here on "good morning america" -- why they call today dating sunday, the biggest day of the year. apparently in online dating. we got strategies from maximizing for your profile. are we doing periscope now? >> we are. you're on live. for all of those people who want more behind the scenes details we love getting your questions. so, please tweet us. this morning, we learned more about domestic dan harris. two words not put together very often. >> with a very short periscope. >> the first two seconds and then we moved on. >> they're telling me we got to
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so, apparently, today is the busiest day of the year for online dating. >> acting as if you didn't know that, right? they call it dating sunday since singles are starting the year looking for love in all the right places. here with advice is abc's mara
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>> maybe it was your mom begging over christmas about when you'll finally settle down or the valentine's day is right around the corner. we here at "good morning america," we want to help you find love. so, if you're into online dating, here's how to put your best digital foot forward. >> no, no. >> looking for love in all the wrong places. today might be your day to find a soulmate. according to match.com, the sunday after new year's is prime time to find love. they call it, dating sunday. >> thought i'd give it a try. >> i joined match to find that one great person. >> reporter: the online dating site says between christmas and valentine's day, there's typically a 60% spike in new users. so, what makes today the best day to logon for love? well, according to match, day to logon for love?w sundays are always their busiest day of the week and with
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holidays there are plenty of breakups which means more fish in the sea, so, if finding love was one of your resolutions, start revamping those online profiles, because you may be in luck. >> there's a strategy for online dating, and if you don't use it, you normally lose. >> reporter: tip number one, choose a clever user name. maybe one that begins with an earlier et letter in the alphabet. tip number two, make your profile photo stand out. >> you can learn everything you need to know from the first picture. >> reporter: and adding flash not such a bright idea, photos with flash can add six years to your age. and finally, tip number three, keep your bio short and sweet. all right, here's one more tip, when you approach someone online, start with a compliment and a question, to get things going and there's something else that spikes after
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>> here you go. >> the long nights and the cold days who bring people together. boo season. >> flu season? >> boo season. flu that tears people apart. >> fair enough. the reason i have an advantage in this because my name starts with "d." >> dan, paula, then ron and sara. >> it's not the rugged good looks -- >> that actually helps. >> we didn't text when we dating. >> are they priorityized alphabetically. >> yes. it autoaggregates based on answers on questions. i would have had a chance. >> thank you, mara. coming up on "good morning america" -- we fixed your love life, kind of. now it's your work life, best
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you know the new year is about more than weight loss resolutions. it is time to take stock of what's going on at work and you figure out what you want to accomplish in 2016. here to help us out with that is abc's tory johnson. big task, what's first. >> a big task. analyze 2015. work was terrible, i'm glad that's over. i'm here to say focus on the positive, what did you accomplish. the things that you're the most proud of. use all of that to update your resume. this is a really good time of year to update your resume so you're always resume-ready. >> make sure everything is truthful on the resume.
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>> you've done that, what's the next step after you have your resume in hand? >> you want to define some goals, focus on specific goals. smalls goals and big goals. small goals, i want to get additional experience. learn new skills. taking on new projects within my current position. big goal is, like, get out of here, i want to do something different. that's when you're going to use those goals to develop your action plan. what are the specific things you're going to do? who are the people you're going to connect with? and the number one focus should be people. because people hire people. the more people you can connect with about that goal you determined, the better chance of actually accomplishing that goal early in the year. >> it's always about people. >> that's right. >> great advice. back to you guys. >> thank you, rob and tory. coming up on "good morning america" -- from grammy, beyonce's hollywood plans.
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never. psssssh. guaranteed. you picked a beautiful ring. thank you. we're never having kids. mmm-mmm. breathe. i love it here. we are never moving to the suburbs. we are never getting onenef those (minivan). we are never having another kid. i'm pregnant. i am never letting go. for all the nevers in life, state farm is there. [ laughter ] [ male announcer ] for tim and richard smucker, giving a gift of their family's delicious jam always made the holidays just a little bit sweeter. we forgot to put our names on them!
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thank you boys. you're welcome. you're welcome. [ male announcer ] hahapy holidays from our family to yours. i love christmas!
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"good morning america" is brought to you by abreva, heal your cold sore fast. all right, it's time for "pop news," sara has a lot to talk about this morning. what's going on? >> we're starting with queen b. makes sense in "pop." 20 grammys under your belt. she's setting your sights on oscar the singing superstar is reportedly writing a screenplay for a movie and casting herself as any good screenwriter would in a lead role. her story is based on a woman from south africa forced to appear in freak show because of her large backside. beyonce is no stranger to movies. i love when a story comes out
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you kind of get to live it. have you heard the story? >> we're going to. it's a bittersweet evening for "downton abbey." sad to know these will be the final nine episodes. since its debut five years ago, viewers have been captivated by the upstairs/downstairs story lines. the writer of the series, lord julian fellows, has said, he said he no sense of obligation to deliver happy endings so expect to shed some tears along the way. but, fans, take heart. this may not be -- there's word a movie could be in this works. >> really? >> get excited. i love that about the "game of thrones" writer, too. i don't always want a happy ending. >> the game of thrones writer is like -- >> he's like the opposite side of the spectrum. >> who do you like the most? we're going to kill him. >> yeah. you like this one?
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>> awful. and jennifer lopez pulled off an amazing job as host of the american music awards, really feeling the spotlight, but now she's revealing it wasn't easy. she wore ten different outfits in the show. she admitted that she suffered scratches and bruises everywhere from trying on so much stuff. she's looking forward to her upcoming las vegas residency, performing in a more intimate space. and speaking and eating of of -- we got some cake here. dress, the one that broke the internet. everyone weighing in on white or gold or black and blue. now, meet the cake, this masterpiece, as you rotate it, you can see -- >> i'm rotating it. >> you can see that it changes colors, and she brought us our own cake.
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>> look at that. >> she said she created it by accident. >> scratch it like a record. >> she said she spins while she decorates it with an airbrush. >> i have a question, is the susan after the lazy susan was named is she suing? >> my sister is susan so we feel it might have been named after her. >> is this an optical illusion? >> yeah, totally. >> do you want to try it, though? >> that's a bit of a large piece, but sure. >> oh. >> dan. dan. >> dan. >> i told you they should have given us forks. >> that's something you're 1-year-old would do. oh, my gosh, how old are we? >> that was grotesque, dan. thank you for watching.
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have a good day. good morning, america. max and the coach here with you. busy saturday around the sports world. we finally got that signature bowl game we have been looking for. san antonio. valero alamo bowl. bram kohlhausen, only career start as a senior, filling in for trevone boykin who was suspended, sent home after his arrest earlier this week. they're trailing at the half. they came all of way back, sent in overtime, kohlhausen's going to find porter. they would take a 38-31 lead. but it goes to three overtimes.
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tcu scores here. kohlhausen keeps it, they would step oregon and it ties for the largest bowl comeback, ever, at 31 points. nuggets/warriors. steph curry back in the lineup, played just 14 minutes, gets a three there. sits out the second half after getting kicked in his left shin. he finished in five points. the nuggets came back in overtime, scary moment at the end. green injured on that last play. checked bi paramedics, take on the the hospital for precautionary reasons. 34th straight home win for golden state. >> all right, that does it for us. max, coach, week 17 in the nfl, enjoy. we'll see you next time.nfl,
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we'll see you next time. >> announcer: starting right now on abc's "this week" -- it's 2016. with less than a month to iowa, one-time front-runner ben carson making big moves to shake up his campaign.
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