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. good morning, america. this morning -- extreme weather. millions brace for possible killer tornadoes. who's at the highest risk from this rare weather event? dash cam drama. >> open the door! open the door! >> the wild scene when a woman stops for speeding with a van full of kids takes off and the cops start shooting. so, why did she run and why did police open fire? shark sightings. the shocking scene just feet from the shore of a popular beach in florida, giving people cold feet. and. a hunter in the crosshairs. under fire for her smiling poses for the animals that she just killed. this morning the movement to keep her out of one country
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forever. good morning, everybody. also coming up this morning -- take a look at this video, chaos in the streets after a college football game. the mob took over a town in upstate new york. >> friendly rivalry that got completely out of hand. why a number of people will never be able to use the site for health care. >> they're lowering the bar on success. on a lighter note, take a look at this. this is the hilarious alternate ending of "breaking bad." we'll talk about that coming up in "pop news." we'll start with the concern this morning of severe weather.
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meteorologist ginger zee has been tracking it all. ginger, this is something that you're really concerned about. >> right. here's how it's going to go. we got the warm air and then the cold. this large area and a strong jet stream that's going to fuel these dangerous storms. it's going to start late morning for some folks and go through the overnight. from mississippi to new york. the heart of it, the part we're most concerned with would be the tornado risk from indiana, south bend back to evansville, the moderate risk includes chicago, detroit, louisville. this is a serious day. one of those days we're telling you right now, later this morning through the overnight, you have the possibility, the potential for damaging winds of 80 miles per hour-plus. some really, really dangerous tornadoes. especially if these things become more isolated. 2:00, just south of chicago, the
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storms begin, they go east. at 5:00 there. indianapolis, dinner time it closes in. cleveland is next. by 11:00 p.m. tonight, buffalo, it's going to be a long day in severe weather plan. back to dan? >> as ginger said, make a plan. it will be a long, busy day. moving on now as the obama administration scrambles to fix the disastrous website, they seem to be lowering the bar on success just a little bit, let's get it over to jeff zeleny at the white house. the administration says even when the website is fixed, 1 out of 5 users still won't be able to sign up for insurance? >> reporter: good morning, dan. lowering the bar on an already-pretty low bar here. the internal documents on this health care site are saying only 80% of the us users once this
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site is actually fixed will be able to sign on. 80% now would be considered a huge success. the best-case scenario, even when these glitches are fixed, users won't be able to enroll, people who have complicated scenarios, people who may not be able to use xierts as well. they'll be able to call this number. the white house isn't disputing this number. a vast majority would be able to use it. but 20% still won't be able to use it. more insight into how this site got so messed up in the first place, tell us what we're learning about the lead contractor on this thing. >> reporter: it gets worse and worse for the obama administration. the lead contractor on this website, a company called cgi federal, actually has top executives throughout its ranks who have been involved in a series of botch government
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projects. at that time it was called by a different name. the washington post is reporting that these top executives played a key role in at least 20 other failed state and government projects. this was a sign that key senators and investigators had warned the government about this company. it's just another sign here that -- once it gets fixed it's still a troubled, troubled system. >> we spent hundreds of millions of dollars on this thing. exactly. there's jeff zeleny from the white house. lot of other news overnight. >> for that we're going to go to ron claiborne. we begin with an american drone crashing into the u.s. naval ship from which it launched. it was being tested by this cruiser. it somehow malfunctioned and struck the ship. the navy is investigating the cause of this incident.
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chaotic scene in cortland, new york, from the state university, hurdle bottles after the victory over their rival i shgs haca college. >> reporter: overnight, chaos. pandemonium. >> i saw one girl with a smashed-up face because she got hit. >> reporter: borderline an arky after people descend on these streets south of syracuse. >> got out of hand. they started throwing cans and bottles. >> reporter: bystanders were injured by the airborne alcoholic beverage. >> the size is concerning, of course, but when people in the crowd are being injured and we can't get to them with an ambulance, we know we have a
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problem. >> reporter: the excessive celebration took place when the college football team goes head to head with nearby rival ithaca college, to compete for the title. nearly 6,000 people hit the streets, causing the postgame raucous. they responded to the scene. >> we asked for as much assistance as we could at that time. >> reporter: got to miss college. in case you're wondering, cortland did win the game after a last-minute touchdown. the end of the game was merely the start to a pretty dangerous night. ron? >> all right, rob nelson, thanks for that report. in miami, officials believe they have found that body of that man that fell from the plane. a body was found in mangrove swamp. police are still awaiting for a
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positi positi positive indent my case. and kurt caselli apparently lost control of his bike in a sandy, high-speed stretch of the desert race, who recently engaged to his girlfriend. he was a three-time world off-road biking champion. the home owner may be thank for possibly saving his life. a salt lake city man found the suspect inside his bathroom bleeding badly from his arm. the home owner came to his aid. until the paramedics and police arrived. and it's a scene right out of jaws. video taken on the coast of san belle island of florida a few, large sharks coming a bit close to the shoreline. there's a fin there somewhere. you can see it. there it is.
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there it is. residents say more and more large sharks are feeding closer to the beach prompting at least some beach-goers think twice before going into the water. finally a wild, wild finish to the georgia/auburn football game. now, check out this video. this desperation hail mary pass on fourth down. how about that? georgia trailing and time running out. the ball is deflected there by two defenders into the hands of receiver, caught on to it and ran into the end zone. the reaction from the other sideline. >> they just handed it right to them. >> they probably should have tried to knock the ball down. >> the coach was not happy. all that practice and then that. a big game hunter, who now has a huge target on her own back. the outside tv host has sparked
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outrage by posting photos of she smiling along with animals she killed. >> reporter: this is the shocking image that has sparked international outrage. the bright smile of melissa bachmann stands in contrast to the king of jungle lying lifelessly in front of her. >> first day in africa. >> reporter: bachmann a minnesota native travels around hunting animals big and small as the host of winchester deadly passion. >> what an absolute beautiful animal. check out the size of this rack. >> reporter: even donning a bikini to go bow hunting. her shooting an african lion ignited a fire storm. >> it absolute disgust me this whole story and how she can sit there with such pride and smile
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away. >> reporter: lions like these are beloved in africa, but a new report says 75% of the wild lion population has been killed in the last 20 years and u.s. estimates they'll be extinct from the wild in the next decade. not just the lions that have so many outrage, but trophy room, show her proudly posing with her photos. they signed a petition that she never be allowed to return to south africa. >> look at the size of this thing. >> reporter: we reached out to bachmann and her show and received no comment to counter the many angry comments online. it's thought the hunting part that people have a problem with, it's the total lack of regard for creatures that aren't meant to be eaten or hunted. >> that's very tough to watch.
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now to an adventure of a much less controversial and more royal variety, prince harry is off to an arctica. he's been prepping for this thing for promise. we want to welcome a new correspondent from london, monica. good morning, monica. >> good morning, dan. prince harry and the team have been very busy indeed. they have been camping out in giant freezers and getting in the best shape possible. the adventure they're going to be embarking on is so demanding nothing can be improvised. once in abontarcticaantarctica, challenge will be surviving each day. >> this is not the south pole, this is iceland, a taste of what's to come. three teams head off today after months of physical preparation, they'll race 200 miles to about
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ark that. >> even when you lost a leg or lost an arm, or whatever the illness may be, that you can achieve pretty much anything if you put your mind to it. >> reporter: veterans lost limbs in battle. she lost her leg in afghanistan. lieutenant france from team usa suffered severe burns and now has posttraumatic stress disorder after a suicide attack in iraq. >> it's a big deal that prince harry is involved in it. because it makes people take notice. >> reporter: prince harry hasn't been limited by his royal status. the warrior prince has served twice in afghanistan and knows the dangers soldiers face while on duty. this time last year, was flying attack helicopters in support of troops. dominique west from the wire
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will also race prince harry. >> so many concerns that i can't get my head around it. the extreme cold and the nine hours a day walking on skis. i'm terrified about it all really. >> reporter: the race starts at end of november, and it will take a grueling 17 days. and bianna, prince harry has promised he'll serve tea at the finish line to the winner if he gets there before the others. there will be psychological challenges as well. imagine seeing nothing but snow for days on end. that must be very tough. >> it would be worth it just to see prince harry serve tea. we'll turn now to the tragedy that changed our nation forever, this week marks 50 years since the assassination of john f. kennedy, you'll looking at the pictures of the handsome
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couple with movie-star looks. we never had the chance to see them age together. we turn to martha raddatz anchoring "this week."." >> we're not only going to look back and it's so impossible to believe that it was 50 years ago, but we're going to look at what would have happened had john kennedy lived. we'll speak to ken burns about that. when you think about it, 46 years, he was 46 years old, he was dead in less than an hour after he touched down in dallas, ken burns will talk about that, we have a wonderful piece by byron pitts, he talks to the doctors when john kennedy at the hospital and he talks to family members about john f. kennedy's legacy. >> a day that changed the world,
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the country, forever. martha, we can't wait to watch your show later on today. >> martha will have much more on jfk later on "this week." now, though, to a remarkable story about a heroic little girl, she saved her mom's life and she did it using a technique by watching a classic comedy. abc's sara haines is here with that. >> reporter: watching too much tv is something that parents are trying to cut down on. but watching the tube was why this girl was able to act quickly. who knew this scene from "mrs. doubtfire" would save this mom's life. there's no doubt that tv can be educational. but teach a life-saving technique like the heimlich? >> it was scary.
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i couldn't talk. >> reporter: she was laying on the couch watching tv when she heard a strange noise from the kitchen and she was going like this and raising her arms. >> reporter: choking on a piece of sausage, her mom couldn't breathe. >> i picked her up three times. >> reporter: her tiny arms wrapped around her waist and finally. >> she spit the sausage out. >> i just like, at that time, i'm like, she saved my life. >> clearly a bright little girl. with that sense of humor. >> kids really pick on things. >> including welcome to the gun show. >> where is that from? >> we have seen those things but acting in those moments is a different story. >> modest little girl there, right. now, for an entirely new twist on thanksgiving at one
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safe haven , aditi roy with mor on this unusual thanksgiving feast. >> reporter: here's the fun thing about an hour outside of los angeles, thanksgiving is a little bit different. the farm is home to more than 100 rescued animals, goetz, sheep, chicken and pigs. their newest arrival a precious 2-month-old calf, but at thanksgiving time it's all about the turkeys. >> this she's one of our stars today. >> reporter: their annual celebration for the turkeys draws hundreds of families and volunteers, all coming for a very special thanksgiving dinner. >> thanksgiving is a time for people to be grateful. so, we came up with a different way of celebrating with the turkeys as guests of honor. >> reporter: from the founder
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started the event more than 20 years ago, the turkey sit at a beautiful table with all of their favorite foods. the dining etiquette, pretty much anything goes. they have plenty of adorning fans. >> she loves the turkeys. >> he likes the lettuce. >> the turkeys are very affectionate animals. they love having belly rubs. >> being compassionate and grateful is a huge part. the most important part of thanksgiving. >> reporter: in the eveni ining everyone else gets to eat. their thanksgiving meal is entirely vej tarj. for "good morning america," aditi roy, abc news, los angeles. >> learn something new every day. i didn't know turkeys like to
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snuggle. time for a check of the weather and over to ginger zee. we showed you that large area of severe weather if you don't get in on the severe weather and you're in that area it's going to be gusty. st. louis n the 30s. chicago, seeing gusts of 41 miles an hour. it's going to be a windy day. we're mild out ahead of that system here on the east coast. look at washington, d.c., 66. we've got a live shot, too. it looks really nice. you'll see increasing clouds for the day. by tomorrow, that same rain not as severe or thunderstormy, it's going to make it here. miami, 85 today. 86 in orlando. that storm system as it moves in, behind it comes cold air. look at milwaukee, the numbers drop into the 40s, new york city, you're in the 60s again
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today. really cloudier, though, so things will be changing. but not too dramatically. snow kwal mee had 2 feet of snow. that's the big picture. let's get a check now a little closer to home. >> it was a hit last week, i got to say, it is time for -- ♪ sunset sunday >> oh, goodness, that's nice.
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>> this is the game where we pick out sunsets all week and this one is from aileen from bradenton beach, florida. you get to pick. the second one, mesa, arizona. andrew takes this one in georgia. see the kayaker in there. the colors. it's tough, you guys. and jim -- >> that's pretty. >> long island, new york. >> you know what -- >> a, b, can or d. >> we're taking the votes in, please do make your vote and i have a little tally score somewhere that i'm going to be making. we'll give you the winner in the next half-hour. >> all right, thank you, ginger. coming up here on "good morning america" -- take a look at this, caught on camera, a crazy shootout, cops opening
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real help, real answers right now. say my name. >> eisenberg. >> breaking bad's bryan cranston, finds his sitcom past comes back to haunt him. it's hilarious. more of this coming up in "pop news." i haven't seen that show yet. >> ooh. >> breaking bad? it's such a huge role that i forgot he was in "malcolm in the middle." also coming up on the broadcast this morning -- major hollywood honors for angelina jolie, and rachel smith goes
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one-on-one with her on the red carpet a wild scene playing out on a highway in new mexico. >> what starts as a simple traffic stop ended up with police shooting at a van fuld with kids. >> doing 71 back there in a 55, okay? >> reporter: new mexico state police said it began with a traffic stop, the situation quickly escalates when the driver disobeys the officer and pulls away. he pulls her over a second time. this time, his tone is harsh. >> get out of the vehicle. get out of the vehicle right now! >> the officer reaches in, trying to pull the driver out. >> you ran away from me, okay? >> sir i pulled over. >> reporter: she finally gets out. >> turn around and face your vehicle. b >> reporter: but she tries to go
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back in. but her son comes out and rushes the officer. the boy rushes into the car as backup arrives. >> open the door and open the door! the woman drivers away again. while another officer fires three shots at the mini van with five kids inside, one reportedly as young as 6. she gives up in front of a hotel, she and her son are both arrested. she faces charges including child abuse. her son is charged with battery of an officer. >> based on the information that we have, there's nothing to suggest to me they had justification to fire upon the car. >> reporter: a spokesperson tells abc news they can't comment on the officer's actions in the video, due to the fact that an internal inquiry into the matter has been launch zbld can the police articulate justification for firing upon her?
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they may have it. >> reporter: abc news tried contacting the driver and her attorney for comment but was unable to reach them. dan and bianna. >> tough video to watch. >> really tough video all right, interesting to hear the police response. another check of the morning's top stories. ron? >> good morning, everyone. in the news this morning, officials say that the new federal insurance marketplace they'll consider it a success is only 80% functional attend of this month. 1 in 5 users still won't be able to access that site. and at least 50 students were arrested overnight at the state university of cortland into upstate new york while celebrating their football team's win over rival it can college. a rare find from down under.
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an albi in, o kangaroo. just being able to see this special creature tells its own tale of survival. >> wow. >> cool. finally, a place that dan probably wishes he could visit while growing up in massachusetts. annual event in boise, idaho, where campers can come and hone the force and lig lights lightsaber skills. >> i would have been a rebel and lost every fight. >> he's got some scars to show it. >> you got it to kiss it. >> i think it's time for weather and
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> > . >> we have very serious weather. high risk for severe weather. northern tennessee valley. this could be very dangerous today. something that you'll need to watch. detroit you're included in the moderate risk. our affiliate from xyz, they're mild and windy. later in the evening for dinnertime in detroit, is where the storms get closer. you look at the violent storm area, i think that's fuchsia area, south bend, far western kentucky, that's where the heart of the tornado action could be. you'll see 80-mile-per-hour wind
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possibilities. we'll see a violent day ahead. something to note. flash flooding could be an issue in some of these storms, too. from eastern arkansas to southern indiana, that's another threat. i'll leave you with a look of the southeast, ahead of that front they're going to be stormy but not bad. that's the big picture. >> this weather report has been brought to you by tylenol and the winner is clear of sunset sunday. congratulations, mesa, arizona, you win today. if you want to send me one it's
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>> reporter: it's one prestigious spectacle. >> i try to be here until they kick me out. statutettes of the evening going to angelina jolie receiving the jean herschel award. >> when i met survivors of war and famine, i learned what life is like for most people in the world, we are all, everyone in this room, so fortunate. >> reporter: actress angela lansbury, what. >> what an incredible moment. >> reporter: and steve martin. all receiving honorary awards. it's about time we see you at the governors awards. >> they're considered the highest honor an actor can receive in mid-november.
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>> reporter: steve's funny friend relishing the opportunity to present their pal with the honor. >> my wife who is as beautiful as she is smart. and -- i knew that i wasn't going to make it through this speech. i read it to my dog this morning and wept. >> reporter: this star-studded event also swirling with oscar buzz this evening. shining golden statue. >> of course. >> look at me now. >> i can't believe i'm making a scene with the "forrest gump" guy. >> reporter: for "good morning america," rachel smith, abc news, hollywood. >> i can't believe i'm making a scene with the "forrest gump" guy. that was really cool. coming up here on "good morning america" -- lady gaga
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clip. that's amazinamazing. the esteemed members of the bat alumni to heap praise on the new superhero who saved gotham city, miles scott, aka, batkid. >> adam west tweeted -- >> what a wonderful thing. relieved that gotham is safe again thanks to miles. >> batkid. best batman ever. we may have found the cutest thing on the internet. this is 23-month-old sleeping with his puppy. the family adopted the gorgeous puppy 12 days ago from the shelter. clearly the bond with her son was pretty immediate. the puppy mrops down at nap time. >> that looks like that was professionally done.
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>> they're going to allege they were photoshopped right now. >> i want to analyze one of those photos. see them side by side. and lady gaga appeared as a much older version of herself on "saturday night live." she's in ther apartment and everyone forgotten that she was once a pretty big deal. ♪ poke-poke-poke >> look at that. >> i can tell you they do bad at poker. >> clearly her wardrobe gets more conservative in time. >> yeah. >> nice to know that she has a sense of humor. thanks sara. we'll be right back.
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so we're all out of time. we wanted to -- >> dan was reliving his childhood and he wanted to remind him of his favorite toy. >> i like the white kangaroo.
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>> there you go. >> really sweet. >> very cute, little guy. >> separated by an ocean. we'll find that kangaroo one day. we're now out of time. we'll see you later.
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forged out of bravery, sacrifice, and duty. from all corners of the country, a family for life. ♪ but whether they served in lands far away or communities close to home, some of these men and women may face difficult times or even crisis. but sometimes reaching out for help can be the most challenging and worthwhile mission of all. thankfully, friends, family, and communities are standing by their service members and veterans now more than ever. ♪ we're all in this together. when you recognize something isn't right, make the call to the veterans crisis line or military crisis line. during times of crisis, reach out and call. dial 1-800-273-8255 and press 1.
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>> good morning, everyone, i'm carolyn tyler. thanks for joining us on this sunday, november 17th. let's start with a quick first look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> hi, carolyn, good morning to you. we are starting out with some fog all around the north bay and the folks. visibility has been redeuce today just nothing, a quarter of a file up in sonoma county. on the coast about 9-mile visibility. i expect the fog to move around the bay this morning. watch out for that. comes are cool, 37 santa rosa, mid-and upper 40s elsewhere. by noontime it will be turning sunny all around the bay with low 50s


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