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. making news in america this this morning -- november snow. a rain/snow mix up and down the east coast with bone-chilling cold waiting in the wings. plus, where is there 4 feet of snow on the ground right now? security blunders, the major issues that allowed an armed intruder inside the white house. the damning report from washington. and proof that heros come in all forms. a well-placed poll saving the lives of some lucky folks. and sneak peek. a glimpse into mr. grey's room of pain in the brand new 50 shades trailer.
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good friday morning to you all, i'm t.j. holmes. >> i'm reena ninan. we begin with the millions of people waking up to winter-like conditions. look at the radar. >> cold, rain, snow, stretching from maine to virginia. the beginning of what's expecting to be a very cold and wintry weekend. >> people in new jersey saw the first snow of the season overnight. a wet, white and wintry scene here in the northwestern part of the state. >> and not just the east coast getting snow, more than 6 inches in south bend, indiana, breaking the daily snauf record for that area. and an amazing 49.3 inches in wisconsin. that's over 4 feet since monday. this image overnight of a town's post office practically buried in snow. those scenes make alaska seem balmy. it's warmer in anchorage than in other parts of the midwest. >> who's next to get the cold air? let's get the forecast from accuweather's jim dickey. >> up the i-95 corridor, north
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of new york city. boston, a mix, and portland, bangor, maine, could be some slick spots in the morning commute. and lake effect snow. locally as much as a foot in some spots. and again, speaking of the cold, it will be brutal here this morning. minus 8 in bismarck, 8 into minneapolis. reena and t.j., back to you. >> thank you so much. developing overnight, another ebola patient is heading to the u.s. for treatment. dr. martin delehe has been working in sierra leone, but he's a permanent resident of the u.s. living in maryland. he's expected to arrive in omaha tomorrow. it's one of four hospitals with areas fbs people with dangerous diseases. and blasting the secret service for the security breakdown that allowed a man inside the door in september. >> there are alarming details
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about what went wrong. tahman bradley is here this morning. >> good morning. this is not at all what you would expect from the men and women sworn to protect the president. spectacular failures leading to a white house security breach. it's a damning at that man. >> >> ? performance-based, organizational and technical. alarms didn't work, radios failed and officers were out of position. he jumped and overpowered a female guard. he made it to the east room, past stairs that led to the first family's residence. no one was in a position to catch him. harsh criticism for an officer with an attac he didn't have the backup radio either. that was left in his locker. his error contributed to the slow response. >> we are all outraged how this
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incident came to pass. >> reporter: the incident and other embarrassing missteps less to the resignation of julia pierson, replaced by joe clancy, a retired agent in charge of president obama's personal security detail from 2009 to 2011. >> he's something who has the full confidence of the president and thes who guard the grounds have adequate training. congress wants answers. the acting secret service director is expected to appear on the hill next week. >> thank you as always. well, even though he is in southeast asia right now, president obama keeping an eye on immigration reform in this country. sources saying he will, quote, go big on the controversial issue. the scope of the executive action will be decided on next week. among the options is a plan to
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granlt work permits to millions of immigrants, shielding them from deportation. he says the time for saks way overdue. >> i indicated to speaker boehner several months ago if congress failed to act, i'll use all the lawful authority that i possess to try to make the system work better. and that's going to happen. >> the president using strong language on another controversial issue, the so-called keystone pipeline. it's about to be in congress, it's not just a big job producer, it would benefit other countries more than the u.s. meantime on capitol hill, congressional republicans made the leaders official. mitch mcconnell of kentucky will be the senate's next majority leader, and house speaker john boehner will remain in that post. and using specially-outfitted planes to collect information from thousands of cell phone users.
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federal marshals have cessna planes that can trick phones into reporting their locations. the idea is to hunt for criminals, but the data is being collected from innocent americans as well. there's a new warning for the u.s. from one of the world's most wanted terrorists. the recording hasn't been verified, but it seems to be from the leader of the islamic militants. he says the attacks against isis not working. the accused pennsylvania cop kill chore led authorities on an intense manhunt for weeks is facing terrorism charges. eric frein said he wanted to start a revolution. he's charged with murdering corporal byron dixon. and a man is in custody after pulling a knife to the entrance of the u.s. navy submarine base in connecticut.
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two civilian police officers were slightly injured, one by the suspect's knife. there was no indication that it was terror-related, and the suspect has no known ties to the navy. the people of ferguson, missouri, are nervously awaiting a decision. jurors heard from a forensic pathologist hired by the family. the family is asking for calm once the grand jury decides whether or not to diindict him. the ex-wife of an oklahoma oil tycoon awarded more than a billion dollars says it's not enough. she plans to appeal. her judgment is the largest in u.s. history. but she says her ex-is worth more than $13 billion. after 26 years of a marriage she deserves a bigger slice of the pie. a warning for the people who
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wear contact lenses. a dirty habit could make you go blind. a clerk shows no fear in the face of a robber with a huge weapon. and a tiger on the loose. the overnight search as people are forced to stay indoors.
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. well, there's good news this morning about the job market. americans are quitting. yeah, they're quitting their jobs voluntarily at the fastest rate in more than six years. nearly 3 million in september, that's 2% of the workforce. number of people willibeing hir at a six-year high. they are getting new jobs and
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more confident about the economy. test test test test test test test state is $19,000. out of state, almost $33,000. they go up more in bad time tim. and the golf is the car of the year. the redesigned compact is versatile, sporty and comfortable. they praise the fuel efficient engines and safety fee kmurps they are best-sellers worldwide, but so-so in the u.s. an maany mated hero is taki on a stupid one. it's "dumb and dumber to." the original was 20 years ago.
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it was a surprise hit. they are back in their roles as the dynamic dummies. and taco bell, tacos designed for dipping. they don't look much like tacos. there they are. one is a rolled chicken taco. the other a variety of the crunchy taco that come with a choice of dipping sauces. reena, have a good weekend. when we come back, a real lifesaver. three people alive because of a light pole's placement. an american family got bigger after big day for both mom and daughter. you, my friend are a master of diversification. who would have thought three cheese lasagna would go with chocolate cake and ceviche? the same guy who thought that small caps and bond funds would go with a merging markets. it's a masterpiece.
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well, i drove grandpa to speed dating this week, so i should probably get the last roll. dad, but i practiced my bassoon. and i listened. i can do this. everyone deserves ooey gooey pillsbury cinnamon rolls. make the weekend pop! . welcome back. it's time for us to check the roads on this friday. wet in the northwest, slippery in the cascades and rockies, slippery from the great lakes across to new england. flying, airport delays possible in boston and new york. u2 lead singer bono is speaking out about the frightening moments on his private plane when a cargo door decatch of attached. >> they were going to land in berlin, and the door flew off, scattering the luggage in the
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german countryside. >> it was scary. we were 25 minutes from the airport and there was a kind of bang. we thought we hit turbulence. >> that hatch was outside the pressurized area. oxygen masks were not needed. they landed safely in berlin and u2 performed later that night. >> good for them. and the deadly carjacks at a new jersey mall. cutting for targets three days before. they were returning to their ranger rover when he was shot to death and their suv was stolen. also surveillance video. look at this. a masked man with a machete attempting to rob a small should be in england. the worker behind the counter, not going anywhere. picks up something, starts to swing whatever he has, going at it, eventually the suspect gets out of there with nothing. the suspect is still on the loose at this point. and from turkey, a car
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speeding around the corner. three people walking, one in the road. and just like that, the car hits the pole, which saved the pedestrians from being hit. no one was injured, the car was heavily damaged. for the second time this week, a window washer had to be rescued from a dangling skyscraper. this is the phoenix tower in houston. the motor failed and one side collapsed. after 15 minutes fire fighters pulled them to safety. earlier this week, two window washers rescued from the new world trade center in new york. repairs are under way after they cut through the glass to get to the men or not rig. and looking for a small tiger, six miles from disneyland, paris. experts say it's about a year and a half old and more than 150 pounds. authorities armed with tranquilizers were out all night looking for it. a wildcat park nearby says the
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tiger isn't one of theirs. if you wear contact lenses and have chronic eye infections. most break youths cause mild irritations, some can be serious and lead to blindness. don't wear lenses overnight and replace cases frequently. a lot of people thought this would happen. but clayton kershaw of the l.a. dodgers has done something that hasn't been done in a long time. the new national league mvp, in addition to the cy young award winner. got that last week. he's the first pitcher since 1968 to win both in the same season. in the american league, it was mic trout winning the mvp honors. he's just 23 years old, making him the youngest player to be a unanimous choice among the voters. >> the nfl's week 11 started
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last night. the dolphin beating the bills 22-9. >> and the hoops. >> he's stan, i'm neil, this is the "sportscenter" desk in los angeles. nba highlights. >> yeah, kings and grizzlies. started out well for the kings. didn't end that way. memphis down one, .3 seconds on the clock. courtney lee, somebody blew the coverage there. got that off in time. they reviewed it to make sure. grizzlies came back from 26 down to win this game. they've won 18 in a row at home. courtney lee the hero. 111-110, the biggest comeback in franchise history for memphis. >> the bulls beat the raptors. derrick rose missed games because strained ankles. 3 assists, 5 turnovers and an injured hamstring. he told the coach, no big deal. not that bad, he said.
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we'll see. jimmy butler. he had a top play on the "sportscenter" show. no, who really came to rose's defense. >> standing up for his teammates. >> you want that guy on your team. and jimmy shooting the ball. the bulls win. but the questions remain about derrick rose and his health. fun to watch. >> he plays all out. i never believed he was injury-prone, but really unlucky. >> he is. you're lucky because this is all of us you get. >> i forget he's doing no-shave november. >> i thought about it. >> test talk lar cancer. you're not doing it? >> no. >> you have a few days. and keep in mind, our station in seattle is reporting that the beer being sold at at least one stadium at seahawks games is watered down. >> we knew this, it looks watered down, right? they tested six brews, and it
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was a lower alcohol than advertises. anheuser bush said the beer provided is the same as everywhere else. stadium officials declined to comment. >> i'm sure nobody is going to stop drinking beer at the games. >> that will not affect sales. and the pulse coming up, and why sears is using mike meyers to help with struggling sales. and a late night release for the trailer for the "50 shades of grey" move. ♪ [ male announcer ] you wouldn't ignore signs of damage in your home. are you sure you're not ignoring them in your body? even if you're treating your crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis, an occasional flare may be a sign of damaging inflammation. and if you ignore the signs, the more debilitating your symptoms could become.
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time now to check "the pulse." stories you'll be talking about today. beginning with the much-anticipated movie, "50 shades of grey." >> a new trailer overnight. premiered during abc's "scandal." features the actors giving us a glimpse into the red hot romance. and all played to the sultry sounds of beyoncé's song. >> may tastes are singular.
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you wouldn't understand. >> enlighten me, then. ♪ why are you trying to change me? >> i'm not. it's you that's changing me. >> oh, oh wow. >> t.j. >> why are you whispering like that? >> it's so sexy. >> you'll have to wait until valentine's day to get the sexiness. many folks read the book. >> did you read it? >> i did not read it. >> okay. a mother and daughter in florida have a special bond like no other. heter and her daughter, destiny, have given birth to babies at the same hospital on the same day, born hours apart. >> doctors decided to indiscuss birth for both of them, little mad line was born first, and then her nephew, damian, made his debut. >> to have my mom going through it with me is the most special,
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amazing thing ever. >> well, it seems expecting together is not so unique. destiny has two aunts and an uncle younger than her. mike meyers hasn't had a hit recently, but neither has sears canada. >> the 32-year-old veteran of the chain, his brother, peter. allowing them spoke fun at the struggling operation. >> are you going to do the tag line? >> to this commercial only shown in canada. sure. ♪ come see the softer side of sears ♪ >> we don't use that song anymore. >> then how about, sears krnd, my brother works there. >> it has more than a million views since it went online a month ago. some call it depressing, calling it desperation. >> it's good. his brother works for sears.
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>> good morning, i'm tamala edwards. it is friday, november 14, and yes the cold air is settling in. the first flakes are flying in plymouth meeting, montgomery county. look at that. we have live updates and we'll show you how the morning commute is shaping up. terrorists is released a new message from the leader of isil. one of television's most popular cake makers has been arrested, "action news" is up in two. president and his trip overseas. >> here are the "friday funnies." >> president obama is part of a
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pbs salute to the troops. willie nelson encouraged the president to come up and sing. but he ended up mumbling along to one of his biggest hits. ♪ just can't wait to get on the road again ♪ of course, he can't, his wife makes him eat kale pop si kls at home. >> president obama and vladimir putin are both in china attending the same economic submit. they are together. and president obama said after the midterms it's nice to finally see a friendly face. the president wore a traditional purple silk shirt with the chinese president and vladimir putin. they look less take war leaders, more like the backup crew on star trek. >> it's the hunger games. why is he dressed like that?
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>> his chewing gum, they go crazy. reminds me of richard nixon in china. >> take a look. >> i am just as offended as the chinese people. as we learned in grade school, if you want to chew gum, bring enough for everybody. that's 1.3 billion sticks. >> putin was over there and got himself into some trouble. did you see this? watch this stooge. watch what he's doing in china. take a look at this. >> putin created a stir by wrapping a shawl around the first lady of china. she quickly removed it. but an undeterred putin then offered her another article of clothing. >> that's pretty funny. >> poor putin. he did it to himself. he has that reputation. it was a nice gesture. >> that's funny. pretty funny. that's what's makes news in america this morning.
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>> "good morning ame here's what's happening on this friday november 14. like it or not, wintry weather is here, we're tracking chilly temperatures and looking out for slick spots during the morning commute. >> americans are quitting their jobs at the fastest pace since 2008. >> it was a perfect form of inept attitude, and it allowed a man to jump the fence and make it into the white house. we see a report that explains


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