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good morning, america. breaking right now, a 5-year-old child in new york with ebola-like symptoms raced to an emergency room by people in has math gear. the situation is out of control. >> what will she do to regain her freedom. hawaii on red alert. red hot lava on the way to a town. a 2,000-degree river of molten rock. families ready to evacuate. west point rocked by scandal. the u.s. military academy under fire. allegations of partying, underage drinking.
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and you don't want to shake this off. she's the megastar with the number one song right now. we've got taylor swift here live. she's revealing huge exclusive surprises. superfans lined up all night just to see her only on "gma." >> good morning, america. and good morning, america. let's go right outside to that line. some of the fans here since sunday afternoon. taylor swift's fans so devoted. >> and we have confirmed through ginger zee that her new album, "1989" already number one on itunes. >> already. >> just came out hours ago. >> here today. singing on thursday. the news of a 5-year-old boy transported by hazmat crews
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overnight i taken to the hospital where the doctor with ebola is. >> the nurse in mandatory quarantine in new jersey who does not have ebola. she's saying her human rights are being violated. >> kaci hickox. starting with linsey davis at the hospital. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, george. we're learning more about that 5-year-old little boy in isolation. we're getting a look inside that controversy tent where nurse kaci hickox has spent the last three nights under quarantine even though she tested negative. >> the situation is a little bit out of control. >> reporter: overnight, kaci's boyfriend telling us that the tent is unheated, with no shower, and only a box for a toilet. she does have a cell phone, which she used sunday for this
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interview with cnn. >> i feel like my basic human rights have been violated. >> reporter: she had been treating ebola patients in sierra leone. officials say when she landed friday she had a fever, something she denied. claiming she was worn out. chris christie, the new jersey governor, continued to defend the decision. >> i'm sorry that she's uncomfortable. the fact is i have the people of new jersey as my first and foremost responsibility to protect their public health. >> reporter: overnight, christie and governor cuomo said some people could self-quarantine at home. something hickox's boyfriend said she was planning to do. >> my nearest neighbor is 500 meters away. and there's no reason to run into anyone. nothing was going to happen.
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>> reporter: her attorney, seen here talking to his client through a tent window, says he plans to file a federal lawsuit if she's not released soon. >> the medical people that we have talked to will be recommending that there's no reason medically to keep her quarantined. >> reporter: according to doctors without borders, 0 health care workers are scheduled to return to the states from west africa in the next four weeks. with florida, illinois, new jersey, and new york enforcing mandatory quarantine orders, will the workers get the same treatment hickox is enduring in the tent. >> over the last several months, i reflect back on concerns and fears that i have had, it's interesting that i'm much more anxious about returning to the united states than i ever was about treating patients with ebola here. >> reporter: when asked about the situation here in new jersey, the governor of new york said it's his understanding that hickox will again be tested for ebola. if those results cop back
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negative once again, she'll be released. >> she could be released later today. dr. richard besser is here. this is such a hot topic. these restrictions. what this nurse is taking. your take? >> i think it's unnecessary. i've been texting with kaci. hundreds of health care workers have gone and taken care of patients. none of them have given it to people here. i worry this will discourage people from going over there to work to knock out ebola. we need these people to do this work. >> you say that. people in new york city see the bowling alley where the doctor was, shut down. the meatball shop where he was, shut down. if there's no fear, why are these steps being taken? >> you can't say dr. spentser
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posed no risk and treat every place he's been to like it's ris xip the politicians say we're doing out out of an abundance of caution. you note fify hundreds of peopln an airplane, you worry them. >> the cdc is now -- and constantly changing the guidelines. they're saying there will be daily monitoring of anyone coming back from west africa. >> i think this is a middle ground. it will reassure people to know that every day they'll be in touch with someone from public health. if they have an elevated temperature they can be taken in and tested and evaluated. they can't spread it at that point. it will keep people safe. hopefully, they'll sleep better. >> you can understand the public being concerned. you'll be on twitter, dr. richard besser, taking questions right now. all right. let's take this to the white house. meeting with his ebola team
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yesterday, the president. >> reporter: they're concerned. they see them as unnecessary, not based in the science. the real fear is what you heard from dr. besser. they will discourage health care workers from going to west afri africa, where they're desperately needed. and the key to fighting this disease, the view from the white house is fighting it in west africa. getting control of the epidemic there. >> you had a revealing interview with jeb bush's son, george p. over the weekend. it showed the bush family closing ranks around a possible presidential run. >> reporter: no question. george p. bush says he believes it is more likely than not that his father will run for president. i spoke to a bush family friend over the weekend, who recently visited with george herbert
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walker bush and he's encouraging his son to run. we haven't heard from the man himself. i'm told that will happen after the midterm elections. >> barbara bush reported to be concerned but will keep it quiet. >> reporter: the one skeptic in the family. all right, george. now to the red hot river of lava flowing on hawaii's big island. dozens of families on high alert. the red cross is opening a shelter to help them. clayton sandell has the story. >> reporter: the small town of pahowa is feeling the heat. officials on the big island of hawaii believe it is only matter of time. lava close enough that residents with see the 2,000-degree glow from their houses at night. those in the direct path, about 50 families, must be ready to flee as early as tomorrow. >> we have lived here all our lives. it be very difficult.
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>> reporter: this avila erupted from the kilauea volcano. now moving ten yards per hour. it's less than a half mile from pahoa. standing here is extremely hot. almost like standing inside an oven. where will the lava go? it will take one of these paths, homes, and the main highway through town would be lost. a slow-motion disaster that now seems inevitable. for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news, denver. breaking news to the school shooting in washington state. a second victim hads died. 14-year-old gia soriano. we're learning more about the hero teacher that kept this from becoming a much bigger tragedy. >> reporter: first year social studies teacher and soccer enthusiast megan silberberger.
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>> her instinct was to run into the cafeteria. >> reporter: possibly to save more victims. according to a student witness, she grabbed fryberg's arm in a two-second struggle before fryberg turned the gun on himself. she asked for privacy. she ran in and confronted the shooter until security arrived. overnight, 14-year-old gia soriano died of her injuries. the second student since friday when fryberg allegedly pulled a gun out of his bag and shot five best friends in what may have been a dispute over a girl. >> our hearts and prayers go out to the entire soriano family. they will never heal from this. >> reporter: two are still in the hospital fighting for their live this is morning as hundreds
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gathered at the school for a community meeting. for "good morning america," neal car run ski, abc news, marysville, washington. now to amy with today's other top stories. great news for the morning commute. gas prices are plummeting quicker than we expected. the national average for regular gas is $3.04 per gallon. down 18 cents in just the past two weeks, thanks in part to a drop in the price of crude oil. new information on the attack on the canadian parliament last week. overnight, police revealed michael zehaf-bibeau recorded a video before the attack. police are not releasing that video yet. they say it proves that the shooting was planned. one of top rising stars in major league baseball has been killed in a car crash. oscar taveras was just 22 years old.
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he had just finished his rookie season with the cardinals. his girlfriend also died in the crash in the dominican republic. no word on the cause. a man trapped in a burning car. three people rush in to help him. one grabs a hammer, breaks the sunroof so they can pull him out of the flames. listen to how it all unfolded. >> are you by yourself? >> help! >> is anybody else in there? anybody else in there? >> watch his feet! >> wow. there was not a moment to spare. a few seconds later, the fire would have made it impossible for the rescuers to reach him. the driver is recovering from his injuries. a big scare in the air as this plane was coming in for a landing. the plane rocking back and forth. seconds away from the runway on the island of madeira off portugal. the pilots pull it off. look at that. touching down safely. you know how you get that big
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applause? i'm guessing that's what happened. >> everyone is breathing again. finally, what is more fun than jumping on the bed. this deer broke into a furniture store. hop, hop, hop, hop, right for the mattress section. had a blast. when it was done playing, it just went out and opened the door with its antlers. bye bye, everybody. see you later. can you see him in the parking lot, opening a can of soda. drinking with his hooves. yeah. >> did look like fun. >> yes, it did. now to a scandal rocking west point. the army football team recruiting high school players with alcohol and women, a violation of ncaa rules and the military academy's disciplinary code. ryan smith has the story. >> touchdown, army! >> reporter: the morning, abc news learned 20 cad debts treated 14 high school recruits to a wild weekend of vip
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treatment and underage drinking in january. a violation of ncaa recruiting rules. tom roder blew the scandal wide open. >> these 14 recruits and 20 cadet escorts were handed $40 apiece, put on a bus and sent to the palisades mall. everybody ordered a bunch of beer with the money from the football team. >> reporter: west point blew the whistle on themselves. they self-reported. >> this is not like any college you would see in the ncaa. this is a military academy. these cadets are members of the military. they're on the payroll. every single one of these athletes is paid. they also agree to live under the uniform code of military justice. urnds age drinking is a crime in the military. >> reporter: the controversy doesn't end there. the gazette claims to have
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obtained a west point internal report, a portion of which they shared with us. including a separate incident in which a lieutenant colonel asked female athletes to be dinner dates with recruits. we want recruits to see there are pretty girls that go here. west point's superintendent issued a statement saying at no time did west point arrange a dinner date with female cadets. according to west point, two officers and coaches have been reprimanded. as for the players, they're expected to be eligible to lpla this weekend. >> some story. >> sure is. what a game last night with the world series. >> we turn to the world series. the giants are now one win away from winning it all after beating the royals last night. but the most talked about moment from the game happened before the first pitch.
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♪ o say can you >> reporter: it started out like every other rendition of the national anthem. but then, it took an unexpected turn. ♪ what so proudly we hail ed wee so gallantly streaming ♪ >> reporter: do you recognize what's missing? the twilight's last gleaming? could aaron lewis, the lead singer of the rock group stained possibly have something against that magical time toward the end of the day. just ask christina aguilera. because in 2011, aaron criticized christina for making almost the exact same mistake when she sang the twilight's last gleaming twice. >> if there's a single song in the history of this country that deserves no creative
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interpretation, it's that one. >> reporter: the internet was quickly up in arms. aaron lewis just kind of stained the national anthem. you had one job, aaron lewis, one job. the singer apologizing saying my nerves got the best of me and i am completely torn up about what happened. well, maybe -- zip. there was a touching moment before last nights a game. a tribute to tlat actor, robin williams, who was a big giants fan, his three children, zach, zelda, and cody on the mound for his first pitch. zach through it. robin's good friend, billy crystal, caught it. smiling down was one robin williams. >> i got chills. >> that was beautiful. thank you, lara. let's go to ginger. heavy rains and damaging winds in the northwest. >> look at this. that's a tree right into a house. that is close to portland,
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oregon. we have another storm headed their way. this one a little less potent. it stems from the moisture of ana, remember that? it was going hit hawaii. that makes its way in. look for rain from seattle to portland. not getting to where we need it in northern california. part of the plains seeing record high temperatures over the weekend. oklahoma and kansas. now it moves east. atlanta, about 15 above average. tupelo, 85. st. louis will go to 82. .
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>> reporter: hi everyone, david murphy here with an update from accuweather. nothing showing on storm tracker 6 live double scan. as we take a look outside, yeah, the sun is coming up over the horizon, we'll see plenty of that today. we're starting out cool with spots in the 0 40s and 30s. seasonable high 65. tomorrow, warm and >> so even chicago today, mid to upper 70s. that heat does move east. we'll be warming up for the next couple of days. just like hot in the studio with taylor lp. >> all comes together. coming up on "gma," closing arguments about to begin in the high-stakes trial of the polo mogul charged with dui
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manslaughter. whiz hi $200,000 car could determine his fate. and the burglars busted by a pocket dial. "gma" investigates halloween costume dangers. what you need to know. and jim carrey's hilarious take on matthew mcconaughey's commercial. taylor swift here live. her huge reveal only on "gma" this morning. and her fans are out in force. ♪ shake it off
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look at traffic. >> reporter: looking live in delaware county the blue route is heavy northbound is jammed northbound, 29 minute ride. southbound a 26 minute ride. we have an overturned vehicle on warren boulevard in marple township. stick to parkway as the alternate. joshua road and second street. we have an accident involving a septa bus turnpike eastbound past bensalem. we've been talking about septa authorizing a strike there's no current strike everything is running so no problems with septa or mass transit, matt. >> thank you, karen. a live picture of the sunrise coming up over south jersey officially rising at 7:24 a.m. >> reporter: a pretty shot you had for us, matt, but it's cold and chilly. 46 in philadelphia.
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43 in wilmington. 37 in millville. 47 in trenton. low 50s along the boardwalks. that were it's seasonable and nice, lots of sun 65 not much wind. tomorrow warmer, 75 that he is night, 68 on wednesday, afternoon how, matt. >> karen mentioned the authorization of a septa strike we have details on why it's happening at
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sometimes you gotta go back to actually move forward. and i don't mean go back and reminisce or chase ghosts. i mean, take a big step back. like go from winning an oscar to doing a car commercial. >> jim carrey on "saturday night live" having a little fun at matthew mcconaughey's expense. a spoof of those commercials going wildly vooirl this morning. >> keep 'em coming. >> each one was funnier than the next. he brought his a game as usual. >> he did. alleged burglars busted after breaking into a home done in by pocket dial after one of them accidentally called 911.
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the retrial of john goodman for dui manslaughter. critical testimony this weekend focused on his bentley. matt gutman has the story. >> reporter: a $200,000 bentley. front and center in the retrial of multimillionaire polo mogul john goodman. >> pretty car. >> it's a very nice car. >> reporter: he's charged with dui manslaughter after crashing into 23-year-old scott wilson's hyundai in 2010, plowing it into a canal where the engineering graduate drowned. >> i went to grab my gear shift. that's the last thing i remember. >> reporter: he claims he didn't crash because he was drunk but because his luxury car malfunctioned, preventing him from braking popperly. >> you believe that your bentley malfunctioned that night? >> i believe it did.
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>> reporter: may ca mechanical engineer called to testify. >> is there any indication that the vehicle was operating in anything other than the way it was designed to be driven on february 12, 2010? >> no, there was not. >> reporter: the defense challenging that expert witness about his motives for testify. because bentley is paying half of his retainer for him on the case. >> so bentley has a lot at stake here, don't they? >> they have an interest in defending their product, is my understanding. >> and that's why they hired you? >> yes. >> reporter: the prosecution blaming goodman was drunk after working up a bar tab near $300. the defense is expected to rest its case later today and closing arguments will begin. for "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, miami. >> and dan abrams here today.
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what is this case going to turn on? >> it's less about the bentley and more about was he drunk? if he was drunk, it is hard to see how -- >> he says he got drunk after the accident. >> he says he wept to this man cave. hard to cruise that term without smiling. he went to an empty home of a friend of his and chugged alcohol after the crash. that's hi he had such a high blood alcohol number. he's not disputing that he was drunk when they took his blood alcohol. he's saying the only run i was drunk was because i drank after the crash, not before it. that, to me, becomes the key question. >> it appears he's come up for the retrial with a more plausible story. >> a little bit. a little bit of a different count. on the first trial, they focused on the idea that the bentley lurched forward. this time, they're saying it was more an issue with the brakes. he was trying to pump them and
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they didn't work effectively. the fact that it's inconsistent is not helpful. they've gone back, he was convicted the first time. they said, what mistakes did we make in the first trial? how can we do it better? >> then you face the charge of shifting stories. >> not an easy defense. >> thank you, dan. amy, this one's for you. to a couple of alleged criminals who foiled their own heist. one of them accidentally pocket-dialing 911 and confessing to the crime. totally unaware he was being recorded. t.j. holmes is here with this story. good morning. >> you're such a class act. you use the proper name. it's pocket dial. okay, it's butt dialing. let's call it what sit. we have all done this at some point in our lives. it can get you into trouble depending on what you're saying at the time and who you actually accidentally end you calling. >> 911, state your emergency.
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>> you basically robbed 'em, dude. >> reporter: this morning, the butt dial that landed their butts in jail. >> that was an adrenaline rush for a mint. you know, that's the first thing i have stolen. >> reporter: police say 37-year-old aaron burrell made this call accidentally. >> yeah, we picked up this [ bleep ] tv set totally and we [ bleep ] wheeled out of the house. >> reporter: dispatchers rolling on what police say is the unintended confession for 45 minutes. >> we should have gotten a lot more. but you know what? i'm looking at this, we got away safe, blaring in the background, bon jovi's wanted dead or alive. i'm not making this us. ♪ i'm wanted dead or alive >> we rolled over to hervey
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street. >> officers were sent there to check on the house. >> reporter: the alleged crooks remained ignorant. even cocky. >> we got away scot-free and clean. >> reporter: police nabbed them earlier this month. dead give away for a duo accused of pulling off a perfect heist but may have phoned in the rest. one issue highlighted. 50% of wireless 911 calls actually are accidentally butt dials. be aware. you need to be careful out there. >> that's the other side of it. the other side of the sorry. keeping it real, t.j. thank you very much. get another quhek of the water. it's pretty nice outside. especially down south. >> it's cool. but we'll heat up. i want to start in new york city. look how pretty it is. the plu sblue skies.
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temperature about 50. the warm weather sticks around for two days. yes, that's an 80. the origin is back briefly. then we'll cool down. boston, the mid and upper 60s. you have record highs in the plains over the weekend. wichita, 90. today, some 20 degrees difference in a lot of lg. >> reporter: thanks, ginger, david murphy on the terrace. plenty of sunshine getting ready to come up over the horizon. it is chilly with temperatures in 40s in most neighborhoo >> all that weather brought to you by ethan allen. the powerful cold front sweeping through. we'll forget about it. coming up, can chocolate help reverse memory loss and make your brain decades younger.
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we're back at 7:42 and "gma" investigates. big dangers in some of your kids costumes. paula faris has the story and how you can keep your kids safe.
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>> trick-or-treat. >> reporter: halloween is noent be scary, but not like this. "gma" investigates teaming up with underwriters laboratories to demonstrate how a small flame with ignite a costume. >> thank you. >> reporter: open flames on walkways, candles, and jack-o'-lanterns posing a real risk to kids. >> parents should realize that children are so focused on the candy, they won't even take the safety tips that you give them. so you have to be the one to watch them. >> reporter: in one of u.l.'s controlled labs a firefighter lights this costume made of 100% polyester. after running up the arms and shoulder pads, the flames move to the foam padding in the middle. everything dripping is hot plastic. >> that could cause serious burns. >> reporter: itation seven minutes for the top of the
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costume to disintegrate. all costumes are required to be flame-resistant. i see dracula. you see what? >> fuel. as a child reaches maybe over a jack-o'-lantern or some candles. >> reporter: the pants and shird hold their own against the flames. up, and it's out. but not the vest. now check this out. this comparison stunning us. a homemade ghost costume from a cotton bed sheet and a store-bought slee owe pcleopatr. not just fire posing a danger. on halloween night, twice as many t many pedestrians are killed. we put glow bracelets and a reflective vest on two tricker treaters and sent them out in the dark.
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there are three kids, two of them, i can see. one i cannot at all. he's wearing all black and absolutely no reflective gear. and experiment to hopefully take some fligright out of the night. paula faris, abc news, new york. >> good tips. coming up, beauty hacks you can use the save big minutes getting ready every morning. and jim carrey's take on those matthew mcconaughey commercials. i know lara was watching. >> yes, i was. they're good. >> inside the spoof, next. peop! too bouncy! it's probably too far away! but with the note 4, you can always get the shot. check it out! eight times digital zoom catches every detail. woah! with optical image stabilization, you get it even in the bounciest castles. woah! isn't that amazing? and a front-facing camera so wide, you can selfie with like everyone. do you think you could send that to me? you gotta give me your number though. ok... ok!
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>> reporter: taking the oscar-winner's apparent true detective ho imagine mage to a . >> dad, are you okay? >> whose kids are these? and how did they get in my lincoln? >> reporter: it's the latest twist on the viral spots. over.1 million hits so far. so bizarre, even ellen's made fun. >> what are you doing with your fingers? what's that? you want a wet one? like a -- something? >> reporter: now carrey's new take creating big buzz of his own. >> can you afford not be in good -- oh, my god! >> reporter: proving the power of a good parody. >> that's freaking cool. lincoln. lincoln.
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>> reporter: we couldn't stop laughing writing this. and look at this. we put carrey and mcconaughey side by side. more than 1.5 million views on youtube right now. >> spot on. thank you. taylor swift here live in our next hour enough said. you think you take off all your make-up before bed. but do you really? [ female announcer ] neutrogena® makeup remover erases 99% of your most stubborn makeup with one towelette. can your makeup remover do that? [ female announcer ] neutrogena® makeup remover.
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♪ this is gonna be the best day ♪ good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. and should you be eating more chocolate? a new study revealing the decadent treat could reverse memory loss. and take two. the clooney's celebrating their wedding again with a lavish party. all the details from inside the bash. and the 100 like club. why teens can't break away from a new online obsession and what parents need to know about it. the things i do for you, "gma." >> and becky revealing the beauty hacks you can do this morning. the new ways to save time in your routine. all that, plus superstar singer taylor swift is live, as we say -- >> good morning, america.
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good morning, taylor swift. oh, you're about to herear a ro right now. >> oh, my. >> in times square. her fans lining up all through the night. her new album, "1989" out this morning. already number one on itunes. a little selfie there. >> she's always been so great with the fans. selfies. >> inviting member over. >> cooking. >> she does it all. we asked you to tell us how taylor's number one hit inspired you to shake it off. heartfelt video from all over the country. these are the three tlinl ifina. one of them will win a vip trip
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here on thursday to see her perform live. >> she's here to help us reveal the winner this morning, live. so you don't want to go anywhere. >> we're going to talk to her about the new album, which is just fantastic. >> up high. always up high. it's very -- more flattering that way. >> all coming up. let's get news from amy. we begin with the developing story in new york. a young boy is being observed in isolation right now at a city hospital with ebola-like simple toms. he just returned from west africa with his family. he's only being reserved right now. meanwhile, nurse kaci hickox remains in quarantine in a tent outside a nm nj hospital. she returned to the u.s. from africa on friday. she's tested negative for e bowl plap her lawyer plans to file a lawsuit if she's not released soon. the states of new jersey and new
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york are defending their stance on quarantines. a second student has died from the shooting in washington state. the family of 14-year-old gia soriano is calling her death a tragedy. a dispute over a girl may have caused the boy to shoot his friend. he was attempting to reload when a teacher confronted him. beginning today, millions of americans can use an at-home test to screen for colon cancer. some people will need the colonoscopy if the results come back. the actress best known for playing the wife op "welcome back kotter" has died. marcia strassman recently
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appeared on "gma." she died after a long battle with breast cancer. marcia strassman was only 66. a close call for a kayaker in north carolina. his head became lodged between rox with water flowing over his face. other kayakers sprang to action to dislodge his head and pull him to safety. ! finally, some tourists got a lesson they will never forget. don't get in the way of a thirsty elephant. yes, that woman is screaming at the top of her lungs. the elephant charged the jeep. one of the women screaming. luckily, the elephant gave up the chase. looks like that jeep went a little faster than the elephant could run. is there that el fapt wephant w. health news. it will make chocolate lovers
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happy. a compound in chocolate can help reverse memory loss in elder adults. dr. richard besser is back to talk about this. this is the first study. it's funded by mars, in part. hay make chocolate bars. but still there's promise here. >> i'm a big chocolate eater. i love it. >> that much? >> we'll get to that. but, they've been looking for years for ways to reverse or prevent the age-associated decline in memory. in animals, this come pound in chocolate, can increase the blood flow the part of the brain that's connected to memory. people are high dietary intake of flavonols remembered more and the brain activity increased. >> how much chocolate are we talking about? >> every night, i have a little piece of dark chocolate. you would have to have 20
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chocolate bars a day. it's not the milk chocolate that so many people like. that would hit the waistline. >> there's no flavonol in the dark chocolate? >> there is. but just a little. >> what if we don't want to enjoy the dark chocolate. what do we eat? >> onions, apples, red fwraps. they all have flavonols. they're all good feuds for you any way. again, there's a lot more work. this was to set up a bigger study. you could give the flavonols in a pill form. dark chocolate is a wonderful thing. not this much. >> if it could come in a capsule form. >> i'm going to save this for later. >> you hear all that outside? it's crazy. >> i want to go out there.
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>> taylor is coming up, pop news, you're going over to the social square. >> if i'm not back soon, come and get me. george and amal, celebrating their wedding all over again. we have details from their lalat latest bash. plus, eat this, not that. dave zinczenko is here to tell us what halloween candies are good for you're diet and which are not. and i love this girl. i want to shake it off with you, girl. so happy you're here. >> so happy to be here. >> twice this week. hi, everybody. come on, let's go! [ screaming ] [ cheers and applause ] ey're ir. completely unbelievabowl... totally delectabowl. real silky smooth or creamy broths. everything she's been waiting for. carefully crafted with real seafood,
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♪ and i got that good girl thing and a tight little skirt ♪irt ♪ ♪ and when we go crashing down we come back every time ♪ ♪ cause we never go out of style ♪ ♪ we never go out of style ♪ take me home there's only one place to get more taylor. ♪ shake shake shake shake shake it off shake it off ♪ shake it off fever is spreading everywhere. there's kelly clarkson in buffalo saturday night. her version of "shake it off." she had a fan for it. taylor swift tweeted saying it's great to watch kelly clarkson slay shake it off.
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only 26 hours till 1989. it's up in one on itunes. "pop news." monday edition. l'oreal paris is deem eed fit f a queen. helen mirren one of the new faces for the beauty brand. she got the gig after serious testing. l'oreal executives found she ranked number one in several surveys. age, people, just a number, so clearly. women consumers found her most appealing. participants saying her looks only seem to improve with the passing of time. in a statement about the new gig, she said she hoped to inspire women to be confident about their natural looks. she said putting on the corporate hat, we're all workers. is there she does wear that gray hair so beautifully. so elegant zplp. >> her aura is delicious.
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puppies with a purpose. the nonprofit group, the canine war -- warrior canine connection held the graduation ceremony over the weekend. they celebrate the placement of six more dogs into the work force, ready to serve their duty, helping injured combat veterans. the clatsz all golden retrievers and labs, will asis their partners. many of them suffer from ptsd. they would not be able to leave the house without these dogs. some dogs fetch medicines and other essentials for daily life. it's a potential career path for the veterans who will become service dog trainers. congratulations to the veterans and to the dogs. >> such a fantastic program. >> cannot say enough about than president. >> good one. >> you can learn a lot from
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youtube, as we do, i feel, every day. this morning, epic xachexamples fishing dos and don'ts. you want to fish, don't have the equipment. you use makeshift thing. see, sir, that is why a longer pole is essential. that's not what you do. here's what you do do. please, vich the video quickly. >> that can't be real. >> it's very real. >> this bird has a piece of bread and he just very slowly puts it out there. and voila. >> that is a smart bird. >> it tooblg him about ten minutes. he would put the bread out, not let the fish get the bait. until the fish got closer and closer. partially waiting like a wily was call. and, voila. that was my lesson for today.
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let's go to ginger. >> i'm just ducking out of everyone's way. they're all taking pictures right here on taylor swift. and no, nobody -- [ screaming ] i can't hear what anyone is saying. let's check on the forecast. st. louis. a shot there of a nice morning. and earlier, just the clouds kind of on the horizon. i want to take you to the cooling that will be headed your way and what is going on right after st. louis had such a warm weekend. check out the anymores like minneapol -- numbers like minneapolis in the 40s. nobody is listening to anything i say. that's okay. maybe at home. the low pressure system with the cold tront. oh, my >> reporter: , thanks ginger david murphy on the terrace. sun up, chilly with 40s in many neighborhoods of we have a nice
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afternoon high of 65, seasonable, sun and winds light. tomorrow, warmer, a warm front to the north an warm front to the west we'll zoom up to 75 is a fair amount of sunshine. 68 clouds and sun wednesday. an afternoon shower can't be ruled out. cooler >> oh, it was so sweet. taylor signing and tears here from olivia. you just wanted to say hi to her. >> yeah, hi, taylor. >> so sweet. >> it sure is. we turn to the "heat index." up first, a new app that might give kids too much help on math home work. it's called photomath. you hover over the equation, snap a photo, and then the app gives a step by step breakdown of how to get the answer.
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it all happens instantly. does it make it too easy to cheat? >> does it take you step by step? >> it sounds like it does. >> so maybe you're learning something. >> if it's just giving you the answer, then no go. >> you gotta try first. >> you're not going the get the correct answer from me. also in our "heat index" new research trending big on the atlantic sight, breaking down the psychology of back burner relationships. you know what i'm talking about. connections you have with someone that you're not committed to but, you still communicate with. keeping let's say the door open to the possibility of a future romance. >> these have other names, too. >> yes, they do. hey, morning show, folks. morning show. the internet may make that connection easier. >> may? >> the way people keep in touch with back burners, back burners,
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are social media, texting, facebook. >> are these people you knew long ago? >> they're like backup plans. >> friends with benefits? oh, who wouldn't want to be called the backup plan? >> yeah, plan "b." whoo. >> social media is helping. and also in the news this morning, on the "heat index" george and mail clooney. still celebrating nearly a month after tying the knot. who can blame them. life's good. the bride's family hosted the post wedding party last week. it happened this weekend outside london at a fancy resort. >> on the thames? >> yes. the couple arrived toad together, mail wearing a gold metallic gown. with more than 200 guests attending.
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apparently, not a lot of celebrities. her side of the family and pers personal friends from the other side of the pond. george played bartender. >> and passing out tequila? >> casa sms miga is that it? >> i don't think they were taking selfie there is. but this at&t commercial got us thinking. take a look. >> my selfie just hit 100 likes. 100! >> he does that. that brings us to the morning stir. a new social media obsession among teens. that's right, amy, called the 100 club. it's turning facebook and instagram into a competition and causing anxiety. abbie boudreau has the story. >> reporter: from the moment
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kayla snaps a selfie -- >> i just pick the best one. >> reporter: writes a cute caption. >> i'll put "good morning america" crew in selfie with abbie. >> reporter: and post it on inis it a dpram, her quest for 100 likes begins. it's called the 100 club. >> if you're more popular at school, you'll get more likes on the picture. >> reporter: the concept is simple. hitting 100 or more likes on facebook or instagram post shows your friends how popular you are. anything less than 100 likes is considered a poor showing, even embarrassing. like this pic of the back of her head. it only got 70 likes. >> i'll delete the picture. >> reporter: why? why would you delete it? >> um, because the picture wasn't good enough. >> reporter: her friends are feeling the pressure.
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>> everyone in school gets 100 or more. it gets us wants to be in the 100s. >> i don't know. it's just not good to be the only person who doesn't have it. >> reporter: and all of this anxiety worries kayla's mom. >> if it coming up while we're together, i say, it doesn't matter. make chur of you doesn't need to validate you. that's not you. that's a picture of you. >> reporter: experts suggest limiting your teen's time online. she was relieved to report that her selfie with our "gma" crew got well over 100 like. >> good ps. joining us parenting expert dr. robin silverman. what is your take? >> social media is the new extreme sport. we know that getting 100 likes is now created a competition where the prize is that trophy of getting into that exclusive club where you can feel
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well-liked and popular. teens want to feel included. they want to feel like they're doing something that their peers approve of. not even can get into this club, of course. and, we know that they field like a slap in the face if they're not getting enough likes. >> what are your suggestions? we showed that clip, that commercial, and amy and george both chiming in that their daughters are part of that, wanting to be that. what are your suggestions to parents? >> i talk to them about breaking that like habit. so, find out, if your teen posting photos just to get likes? because if they are, it's a really slippery slope. it's a self-esteem trap. make sure your child is out there getting involved, sports, drama clubs, meaningful things where they can create meaningful
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goals. also, we want our children to know that it's not about the likes that make them worthy. it's about who they are and the quality of life is not about quantity of likes. >> also, adults are guilty, too. we can't just put it on teens. >> that's a tip i provide. make sure we have a good example. because teens know that adults can fall into that same trap. we're going through facebook and looking for the same kind of feeling of support. >> robyn, thank you. appreciate it very much. lara? it's amy, robin. we're mixing things up. >> it's both of us. many of you are probably getting ready for work. that process can feel like it takes forever. >> funny you mention that. this morning, we have the solution. time-saving beauty hacks that save precious minutes every day.
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becky worley, our girl, sharing the secrets. >> reporter: getting ready each smorng a race against the clock. what if you would shave a few minutes after your hair, skin, makeup routines to claw back a few precious minutes? to start, drying your hair. it normally takes me just over five minutes. now i try with a new terry cloth brush and an infrared dryer. the water is coming out into the brush. this makes it look like it's hot. it's cooler than my traditional hair dryer. 7:45. time saved each week, 6:25. next, lotion. it normally takes me a minute and a quarter to put it on. spray lotions, only 25 seconds. time saved per week, just under four minutes. next, weekly chores. nails. the real wait here is the drying.
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i'll try this fast dry spray. it take my drying time down by about 15 minutes. next, leg stubble and a fuzzy stash. yeah, i know. if i drive to the salon for a wax on that and my leg stubble, it will take me an hour minimum. so an at-home lex waxing kit. yow! it really takes the hair off. oh! ah! and this new hair remover from bliss. the things i do for you, "gma." yeah. that is manageable. total time saved, about 30 minutes. i estimate these hacks could save you about 12 hours a year. over the span of your 40-year career, 480 hours. that's 12 weeks of your life back. working to make your life better. one leg hair at a time. for "good morning america," becky worry, abc news, oakland,
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california. >> she really is a trooper. coming up, halloween candies that won't destroy your diet. >> and the winner of the ultimate shake it off contest. hello, partner, can i count on your vote? >> could it be, you'll vote for me? >> america, we're down to the finalists. vote now for the cowboy or mother goose.
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>> hello, everyone, 8:27 on this monday, i'm matt o'donnell we have a new accident to tell you about, here's karen rogers. >> reporter: yeah, matt we've got this medical emergency going on on the boulevard southbound approaching the schuylkill expressway. they are blocking the two right lanes. police and emergency workers blocking the two right lanes, you're jammed from broad to the schuylkill expressway. we had an accident briefly blocking all lanes i-95 northbound near cottman. we're jammed from cottman to girard. heavy in both directions. on the walt whitman bridge this is web traffic jammed from the mid span to 8th and vine. in bear, new castle county, 1 northbound at hamburg road we
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have an accident, weekend construction cleared, fortunately that's reopened. >> seeing in your traffic cameras plenty of sunshine out there. >> reporter: let's go outside to david murphy. >> reporter: the airport is reporting 50 degrees and in many neighborhoods we're in the 30s. 37 in millville. 39 in allentown. 40 down the pike in wilmington. had a -- 45 in trenton. mostly sunny and high of 65. which is seasonable. tomorrow, warmer, 75 and back to 68 with a couple of sprinkles through the day on wednesday, matt. >> fishermen rescued a woman and baby from the waters near atlantic city. witnesses say the woman threw the baby in the water and jumped in herself. the woman is in jail and could face aggravated assault. philadelphia police sent out a warning for people who illegally ride dirt bikes
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♪ i'm just gonna shake shake shake shake shake shake it off shake it off ♪ oh! >> how about that for a fun surprise for a taylor swift fan? a little photo bomb from taylor herself. i think they're a little overwhelmed. that is just the beginning of the surprises this morning. >> what do you say to taylor swift? well, we're revealing a very big surprise later. taylor will help us reveal the shake it off contest live. one of three finalists standing by to find out if they've won a vip trip to knock city to see her perform live. it's all happening here on thursday. >> i cannot wait. it will be a mob scene. it will be fun. and right now, dave zinczenko, author of the best-seller eat it
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to beat it is with us. he'll tell us how to indulge without all the guilt. i thank you personally as one massive thief from my kids' bags. >> hey, guys, look -- >> i get all the m & ms. we want to go inside with tony reali with the speed feed. what's trepding, what's happening, what you'll be talking about all day long. tony? >> trending big. who else? taylor swift. look at the retweets. these with twitter bubbles. we all the them twubbles. also trending, #whatmakesmehappy. all about family and friend. tell us what makes you happy. rising on facebook, buffalo
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bills receiver, sammy watkins, celebrating a touchdown a tad too soon. his eyes looking at the monitor above in the stadium. sammy, objects in your rear view closer than they appear. he was tackled. redemption later on. last one right here. let's go to the big screen. twitter revealing the states tweeting most about pumpkins right now. as if you doiidn't know already vermont and new hampshire love their pumpkins. i have a need for speed. >> we have a need for taylor swift. we have been looki ining bar ii this all morning. she has the number one song on itunes and number one album add that to it. "1989" dropped just before
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midnight. nice what you did for fans. wonderful to have you back. >> great to be back. i'm so happy to talk to you again. >> the first time i interviewed, right over there, you were 14, 15 years old. >> row guys have been amazing. you talked to me when i was a kid, 14, before i had a record deal. it's so great to see this friendship keep going. >> we appreciate it very much. that's the kind of person you are. the reviews have been incredible. i mean, they cannot say the critics, your fans, enough good things about this. someone said it's a pop tour deforce. >> that was so cool. i mean, reading that review where it was like, it's her best work. hearing that is the most insane thing because, you know, that's how i feel about this album. i feel so without a doubt this is the best thing i've done. so to have people able to timely visit now and have the fans understand what i've been working on for two years. the most amazing feeling. it's electric.
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>> people talk about the pressure of making the next one better. no one puts more pressure -- i wouldn't say the word pressure. you have high expectations. you want the next one to be different and something else. you challenge yourself always. but you stay true to who you are. >> yeah, i think you have to stay true to who you are at the same time challenge who you are, too, explore the different aspects of what you can create. i think it's always important to remind your fans why they started listening to you in the first place. but, on a new album, give them something truly new. i could have made "red" twice. done the same thing over again. instead, i decided to go in a completely didn't direction. i'm so glad i did. the fans will truly get a new album. >> you said if cow chase two rabbits, you lose them both. >> exactly. in terms of genre. this is my first pop album. i think that this felt like the most sonically cohesive thing to
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do. the most authentic thing for me to follow. i had been playing warnd pop sensibilities. i wanted to do for it. >> and still, the lyrics. you have a way of really touching on the thing that so many -- so many of your france going through. and you have been consistently so kind to them. i know you open your heart and your home. those secret sessions. there will be a essential one tonight i hear with i heart radio here in new york city. >> absolutely. the 1989 secret sessions was something i decided to do. the secret gathering op f ining my living rooms. the fans heard the album a month ahead of time. and they didn't leak anything. didn't tell any secrets. it was so amazing. such a bonding experience. the secret session happening with i heart radio tonight is going to be a very special
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different twist on it. including fans, including new york, including the new music from the album. i'm so excited. you can hear it on the radio tonight or stream it live. >> on yahoo!. you trust your fans. and your fans trust you. it's a two-way street. when they're here, so kind, so thoughtful to everybody here. it's a reflection of what you're giving them and how they're giving it back. it has to be a wonderful feeling for you. >> i'm so proud of them. that pride is an amazing feeling. i trust them. i trust they're going to be good to each other. they're going to be positive. they're going to be, um, excited and enthusiastic but -- um, you know, they're -- i think they're good people. i think just as a group, it's really awesome. >> it's been awesome having you here in new york city. you have taken this city by storm. you've been here since may.
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you're now an ambassador for the city with nyc and company. it's official. we have a little clip of the campaign. here it is. >> houston street. most commonly confused with the pronunciation huston street. y houston street. houston, texas, houston street. >> you have adopted this city. >> you learn a lot when you get here. the cool thing about being named the ambassador for tour iz m is that i'm still learning. but i'm so enthusiastic. when i love something, i'm vocal about it. i'm like, everybody, new york is amazing. they picked up on it and gave me a title. >> it's a lead track on the album.
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>> welcome to york is the first song on the album. it was a huge landscape for what became this album. and it's affected my life in ways i -- i'm not even aware of yet, fully. >> we're going to have more with you. you're going to be here on thursday. and you're going to be back outside for new year's eve. >> i know. party. >> what says new york more than being here in times square for new yeyear's? >> i'm so excited. >> you got it. i was trying on to. there's been a fly flying around. >> got it. >> we'll have more with taylor in a moment. we have special guests that will be seeing her on thursday. ooel get the fly swatter out. get a check of the weather first. i know. it was like -- >> let's do that. out here with her adoring fans. miranda made this sign.
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how long did it take? >> ten hours. >> ten hours. just a little project. we made a taylor cast. a forecast for when she's here on thursday. the you are coming back for the show, how about we get this out there and give you an idea of what will happen? temperatures will be cool. it will be drying out. wednesday, showers. by thursday morning, hoping it all dries and leaves us with a perfect forecast. are you coming back for the >> reporter: thanks, ginger, david murphy on the terrace with lots of sunshine this morning, although it's chilly, 65 is the high, sunny light winds. tomorrow, 75. that's going to be nice. let's get you back to "g.m.a." [ cheers ] >> all that weather brought to you by target. you guys ready for more taylor?
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we're back with taylor. about to announce the winner of the ultimate "gma" shake it off contest. taylor's number one single has been such an inspiration to so many. we asked viewers to send in videos of them shake it off. have you seen them? >> i have. >> they're priceless. here's a few.
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♪ cause the player's gonna play play play play play and the hater's ♪ >> reporter: it's the song that brought dozens of shake it off demonstrations. from daddy daughter dances. to the students of syracuse university. ♪ and the fakers gonna fake fake fake fake fake fake ♪ >> reporter: and this dance troupe in houston. we asked viewers to show how taylor's number one hit song inspires them to shake it off, for a chance to see the megastar perform live on dpam. and nearly 800 of you responded. like 15-year-old sidney from winter garden florida. >> her music is so relatable. >> reporter: in new york, 16-year-old chelsea and her friends say taylor is the ultimate role model. >> i couldn't feel luckier to have someone like her to look up to. >> reporter: they connect with
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taylor's lyrics. >> i think more fans can relate to them because she puts such a personal feel to them. >> reporter: only one will win a vip trip to new york city. who will it be? we're minutes away from revealing the winner. i know you would agree. they're all winners. >> i get so emotional watching than president i get so emotional. >> they're so creative. you inspire them. >> amazing. >> we have one of our group of the finalists, sidney mays and her friends standing by live. good morning to you all. love seeing you on the video. >> all: good morning. >> hi, girls. >> good morning. >> all: hi. >> look at that big crowd. okay, you're not only the finalists. no, you have won! you're coming here to new york city to see taylor! [ screams ]
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oh. >> i can't even. >> okay, sidney, i think taylor wants to say something to you and your girls. >> i love you so much. i'm so emotional watching your video. you put so much thought into it. and so much spirit. i cannot wait to meet you guys. you have no idea how excited i am. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> sidney, okay, sidney, lexie, ashley, shea, and janelle. tell us, what is it about taylor and this song that inspires all of you? >> taylor's just such an inspiring person. the song its says just to shake off all the negativity that comes with life. if you're happy with who you are, everyone else should be, too. >> oh, my god. isn't it somebody's birthday?
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isn't it one of your birthday? happy birthday! yay! >> i couldn't think of a better birthday gift. i think we have the tickets there, the crew there in florida can give you your vip tiblgcket. look at that. >> oh, my gosh. >> you're going to get the royal treatment. >> they're so cute. >> oh. so this is -- you know. >> i love them so much. >> i have known you for so long. it stays true to you. it's the first time seeing you when you see people react the you, you can't believe it. >> look at them. so adoishl. i can't handle this. >> oh, my god. >> they've got some moves. you'll see those moves up here. all right, ladies, have a great day and a great birthday. i don't think they're going to be going to school. can you imagine them in class
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right now? >> they're definitely not in class right now. >> you'll be back thursday? >> yes, i can't stay away. come on back. we'll have fun here. >> come on back. row just come back. >> thank you. thank you. coming here to new york city to see taylor! [ screams ]
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okay, halloween is coming up. that means candy all over the
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house. and that means all kinds of decisions that everybody has to make. we're here with dave zinczenko. the author of eat this not that series and our health editor. this is all candy. >> the differences are huge. in some cases, as much as 100 calories or 21 grams of sugar. if you choose wrong, you'll be shaking off the sugar rush for long after halloween. get it right, save 100 calories. that's ten pounds over the course of the year. >> peanut loverers. which pax more of a caloric punk. >> hands down, reese's. this is my favorite. >> you are right. you are right. the healthier version usually travels in paris. 210 calories to 270. and you're saving here 60 calories and 8 grams of sugar. >> that's big. >> it does add up.
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>> and the chocolate theme continues here. >> the question is, which one has more fat? >> has more fat. >> which one pax more fat? >> i would think the dark chocolate would be better the prettiens have carbs. >> that's not enough pure -- >> this is 240 calories. that's 150. you're saving 90 calories and 6.5 dprams of fat. >> they're good, too. >> oh this is a tough one. >> oh, this is tough. >> all right. cream filling. a mounds bar versus peppermint pattie. >> i think the person mint pattie. i prefer the mounds. >> we want to stay in mint condition with the pattie. you're saving 100 calories and
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eight grams of saturated fat. that's almost a half day's worth of saturated fat. >> the big thing here is portion control. >> right. a couple of grams difference in packagin packaging. sims you have serves three people. >> we reached out to the companies for their responses. coming up, zendaya is here. are you busy?
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i'm just day-dreaming. about your dream trip to italy? yeah. with your sisters, to shop and see the sights. is it that obvious? you've been staring at that new instant game from the pennsylvania lottery. yeah, it's the new frankenbucks. with 10 top prizes of $50,000.
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is that painting crooked, or is it just me? [announcer] want to see your dreams come to life? you could scratch your way to instant winning. the pennsylvania lottery. bring your dreams to life. ryan costello went into politics. in 2001, doctor manan trivedi joined the marines. trivedi served as a battlefield surgeon in iraq. costello served himself by voting to raise his own pay. and while trivedi cared for patients in pennsylvania, costello gave millions in government contracts to his campaign contributors
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-even as he cut funding for child abuse prevention. in congress, only trivedi will do what's right for you. i'm manan trivedi, and i approve this message. [ cheers and applause ] we have zendaya here. live, a "dancing with the stars" alum. platinum recording artist, and this year, she's the trick-or-treat unicef ambassador. you did this as a child. you brought your unicef box. >> i did. this was really, really important to me when i was younger. it got me in the spirit of learning how to give back at a young age. i think that's important. if we instill that in the young kids, the young ones that watch me on television, seeing me being a part of it at a 18, it
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becomes a habit. you get that selfless feeling. i'm lucky to be a part of it. >> there's a way to give without going door to door, right? >> go online. you can make a denation page. it's way easier. you can do it door to door on online. >> and congratulations on the new show, "casey undercover." >> thank you. >> thanks to taylor swift. she'll be back here on thursday. have a great day, everyone. >> hello, everyone, it is 8:56 on this monday, october 27. mass transit is something we're following today.
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let's go to karen rogers. >> reporter: that's right, matt, everybody has heard that septa authorized a strike, but it's not on strike. the media he elwin line that is0 minute delays and patco 7 to 5 minutes. wewe had a medical emergency tht cleared that's southbound traffic jammed from 9th to the schuylkill expressway. we have an accident someone entrapped in the vehicle at goshen road and boot road. we have someone who ran into a pole at springfield and monmouth road. we have an accident at 13 northbound at hamburg road. 13 southbound is open, the construction finished very early. >> the sun is prominent, let's go outside to david murphy. >> reporter: that's right, the sun is up over the horizon. temperatures are cool. we have ticked up to 52 degrees
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at the airport in philadelphia. 47 in reading and over 50 at the boardwalk in atlantic city and down the coast. 65 is the high today. lots of sunshine light wind. it's a nice, seasonable afternoon. tomorrow, warmer, 75. sun and clouds, 68 with a passing sprinkle possible on wednesday, but by no means a washout. speaking of halloween protecting your children on that day, costume also can catch fire when they come in contact with open flames. see results of a lab test and how to keep your trick or treaters safe. emma thompson and stanley tucci on "live" with kelly and michael. i'm matt o'donnell have
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what's the truth on taxes? says it's tom corbett who's being dishonest. they say tom wolf has a plan to reduce income taxes for the middle class and cut local property taxes. and tom corbett? it's corbett who slashed education by a billion dollars... ...and now almost 80% of school districts plan to raise property taxes. and it's corbett who's increasing gas taxes by 28 cents a gallon. tom corbett. desperate and dishonest.
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announcer: it's "live! with kelly & michael." today, academy award-winner emma thompson. and a cooking lesson from actor stanley tucci. plus, your questions and comments when the co-hosts open up the "inbox." ll next on "live." now, here are kelly ripa and michael strahan! [cheers and applause] ♪ kelly: hi! hello.