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xarelto. good morning, america. new overnight, brutal blast. heavy snow in the midwest causing this massive 34-car pileup and this fiery crash. mail carriers carrying on. we have team coverage of this storm and the frigid blast that's on its way. >> the breaking news this morning, a terror attack in turkey, a key u.s. ally. the explosion outside istanbul's main soccer stadium and moments later another one. dozens of police officers killed. newscasters caught by surprise. this attack part of a bloody weekend wave including bombings in egypt and nigeria. and trump's team. the man believed to be the president-elect's likely pick for secretary of state.
>> he's a world-class player. >> exxon mobile ceo rex tillerson. his close business ties with russia are raising concern. democrats calling it a victory for vladimir putin. and going rogue. >> are you with me? >> the world premiere of the long awaited "star wars story: rogue one". >> a lot of surprises in the film that people are going to enjoy. >> our nick watt right there questioning some tight-lipped stars. >> there are no lightsabers? >> we're on the red carpet as the force takes over hollywood this morning. and good morning, everyone, on what is a brutal and frigid sunday morning. for much of america. while it may be cold, we have bad news because it's about to get even colder. >> take a look at the map.
the country about to be invaded by a blast of arctic air, the coldest in two years. a very long and cold week for tens of millions of us. >> yes, bundle up. meantime, the midwest is dealing with a winter storm this morning. it's the second in a row in some areas that are still digging out from that last round. now, in addition to the snow, slick roads and freezing temperatures are only making matters worse. >> we'll check in with rob for the big picture in just a moment. let's start in chicago with abc's alex perez. good morning to you. >> reporter: hey, good morning dan and paula. this storm over across 1,000 miles, in some areas accumulating very quickly. this morning millions of americans in major cities across the midwest and northeast getting slammed with heavy snow. in minneapolis treacherous travel, cars losing control, flames shooting 14 feet in the air in this intense fiery crash. firefighters battling the blaze in five degree temperatures. cleveland more than 30 inches of snow piling up, overnight icy roads causing spinouts in
chicago. this car turned over on its side. >> i've seen a couple mishaps on the expressway. on the way out here. >> on i-75 in flint, michigan, a 34-car pileup leaving the interstate flooded with emergency vehicles. winds gusting over 20 miles per hour in some places. as the storm marches east. visibility dropping to less than half a mile. many airports also feeling the effects of the storm. planes being deiced. chicago's o'hare airport cancelling over 1,000 flights. here in chicago we're bracing for a second dose of heavy snow this afternoon before this storm heads east and creates trouble there. dan. >> thank you for that, alex. as we said, the snow is only part of the story. the country is about to be hit with a huge blast of frigid air and rob is in central park in new york city with much more. hey, rob. >> reporter: already cold enough to snow here.
and as alex mentioned, it's all heading this way. we have got another cold blast behind it. let's show you where the snow is and heading. chicago, detroit, pittsburgh getting it now and it's pushing across the great lakes and will fill in behind chicago you're not quite done. as far as the advisories stretching toward the east coast, lower minnesota up to northern new england. winter storm and weather advisories into boston and just outside of new york city. but the pink areas, chicago and detroit, 6 to 12 inches of snow. and some pockets across parts of the northeast. here comes the cold. these are this morning's windchills. nothing to shake a stick at here. 5 in minneapolis, 16 in chicago. but look at the arctic air. minus 4 the windchill in chicago on wednesday and colder as we get to thursday and the core stuff gets to us on friday. a week from now it's really going to be cold. we'll time out the snow hour by hour in a few minutes. >> bone-chilling temperatures. we'll see you back in the studio. we want to turn to a major attack in turkey.
a country that is a key u.s. ally. blasts rocking the area outside the soccer stadium killing dozens of police officers. now, sadly, this is just part of what has turned out to be a weekend of terror seeing attacks in egypt and nigeria. we have more. >> reporter: two powerful explosions ripped through the heart of istanbul on a busy saturday night in an area popular with tourists. officials say they believe the attackers were targeting police and security forces. they were the deadliest attacks in turkey's largest city, istanbul, in months. a car bomb exploding out by the city's main soccer stadium hours after the end of a match. these newscasters inside the stadium running for cover. the impact of the blast was felt across the city.
smashing windows and damaging cars. then gunfire ringing out. according to turkey's deputy prime minister, 45 seconds after the first car bomb a suicide bomber was stopped by police and then blew himself up. there's been a bloody wave of terror attacks in the last 24 hours spreading to egypt, where eyewitnesses say a woman placed a bag of explosives inside a church killing at least 25 people, most women and children attending a sunday service. and in nigeria, two suicide bombers striking minutes apart in a crowded market. the blasts are blamed on the militant group boko haram. in turkey the twin blasts, the latest attack targeting police forces and this one, now the largest assault in the city to date. now, while there is no official claim of responsibility yet, the turkish deputy prime minister says this deadly attack bears
all the hallmarks of pkk which has a history of attacking the country's security forces. dan. >> lama, thank you. a very violent weekend. now to the formation of the trump administration and news on one of the most high-profile jobs in washington. officials with the trump transition team telling abc news the president-elect is likely to name this gentleman rex tillerson, the head of exxonmobil as his secretary of state. this choice would not be without controversy and mary bruce has the story from the white house. mary, good morning to you. >> reporter: while the trump team says no offer has been made just yet but this morning the president-elect is praising his likely pick. tillerson is a successful oil executive making deals around the world and built relationships with foreign leaders, but it's those relationships are causing concern. >> he's much more than a business executive. he's a world class player. >> reporter: rex tillerson could
also be the first secretary of state in american history with zero government experience. the exxonmobil ceo is trump's likely pick to be the nation's top diplomat and already his business ties with russia are raising concerns. tillerson in this 2013 russian government video shaking hands with president putin as he receives the order of friendship award. but trump says those connections are a good thing. >> to me, a great advantage he knows many of the players and he knows them well. he does massive deals in russia, massive deals for the company. not for himself, for the company. >> reporter: the dnc is blasting the pick as outrageous and a victory for vladimir putin. republicans are also chiming in. >> i have obviously concerns of reports of his relationship with vladimir putin who is a thug and a murderer. >> reporter: tillerson's likely deputy secretary is also raising eyebrows. john bolton, a former state department official and u.n. ambassador would bring government experience to the leadership team but he's also a washington insider. known for being extremely hawkish he still defends the iraq war. the picks come as trump's team
is fighting back against a "washington post" report that russia interfered in the u.s. presidential election to help trump win. >> what proof does anyone have they affected the outcome? i've heard zero. >> reporter: this morning, russia's motives remain unclear but a top official says there is evidence both parties were targeted but only material hacked from the democrats was made public. the rnc says that's not true. >> we have not been hacked. our own systems show we have not been hacked. >> and now the trump transition team is also questioning the creditability of the cia. this morning that distrust is sending shockwaves through the intelligence community. the concern is that once trump is here at the white house he may not trust the intelligence he's given to make critical decisions. dan and paula. >> shockwaves for sure. mary, thank you. abc news chief anchor george stephanopoulos is with us now and he's going to be hosting "this week" later this morning. george, let's start with rex
tillerson, so many concerns about his ties with russia. he needs senate approval. do you expect those ties to really give him a hard time? you heard what john mccain is mccain is saying, even saying, even republicans are concerned. >> he's going to face a lot of questions, no question about that. whether or not he'll be voted down depends on what they discover during those hearings. you're right. he's going to face question from john mccain, lindsey graham about his ties to vladimir putin. he got the order of friendship from vladimir putin back in 2012, one of the highest civilian honors that russia can give out. he's also called for lifting sanctions and facing questions about that and facing questions from democrats like senator ed markey saying this is turning over the keys of diplomacy of big oil. there will be those questions. how he handles those questions will determine if he gets picked or whether he gets confirmed. >> what appears to be a rift between the incoming president -- >> appears to be? >> i'm trying to put it carefully. between the incoming president and the intelligence community. as we know there's reports that the intelligence community believes russia tried to tilt the election toward trump.
trump responded these are the same people who said saddam hussein had weapons of mass destruction. what does that say about trump's ability to work with the intelligence people upon whom he will rely? >> that's going to be a big question. let's dial the clock back. remember back in october 17 intelligence agencies concluded that russia was trying to interfere in the election. they didn't give them motive. they said maybe they're trying to -- donald trump hasn't accepted that conclusion either, and now he's questioning the conclusion of the cia, that they were actually helping trump win. it was kind of a stunning it was kind of a stunning rebuke, a lot of intelligence officials fought for him to be questioning the intelligence in this way at this time. at the same time, that he's actually according to some reports not really relying on the presidential daily briefs that both presidents and presidents-elects get every day. he said he's only been briefed about once a week. we're going to talk to reince priebus about that and about what the relationship with the intelligence community is likely to be inside a trump administration. >> of course, these intelligence reports have only been
corroborated by "the times" and "washington post," basing the reporting on them. do you think there's any chance the intelligence is being politicized here? >> i don't think we know the answer to that. this is the conclusions of the professionals. the intelligence professionals. it's kind of the reverse of the situation that donald trump was talking about in his statement where, during the iraq war the allegation was that the white house was coming in -- was cherry-picking the intelligence they were getting from the professionals. this is the conclusion of the intelligence professionals. president obama wants a report on his desk before january 20th that is a comprehensive look at how and whether russia intervened in our elections. >> more on this story to come, for sure. george, thank you. i want to remind everybody that george has a big show this morning, asking donald trump's incoming chief of staff reince priebus if the rnc was hacked by the russians and also, weighing
in on how the senate will work with the new trump administration coming up later this morning on "this week" right here on abc. >> great to have you george. now to the trial for the man accused of murdering will smith back in april. the jury could begin deliberating as early as this evening. with attorneys set to give their closing arguments. good morning, marci. >> for the first time we're hearing from the murder suspect. testifying that he shot the super bowl winner because he feared for his life. this morning, closing arguments in the trial of the man accused of killing former nfl star will smith in a fit of road rage. the case wrapping up after suspect cardale hayes took the stand with a surprising self-defense claim telling jurors smith was the aggressor contradicting witness accounts. >> i heard pop pop pop pop pop. >> reporter: this surveillance video from april in new orleans appears to show hayes' red hummer. you see the mercedes driven by
smith seemingly bump the vehicle and drive away. hayes telling the jury he followed the mercedes to get the license plate number and accidentally rear-ended it, testifying that's when will punched me three or four times. something never mentioned by witnesses. hayes going on to say smith turned around with a gun in his hand and i heard a pop, a shot from smith. >> whether or not the jury believes hayes is going to be what determines the destiny of this case. >> reporter: hayes shooting smith eight times, seven of the bullets hitting him in the back. hayes also denying firing the two shots that hit smith's wife in the leg. >> baby! please god! >> reporter: the prosecutor pressing hayes saying all the gun casings come from one gun, your gun. hayes replying, i can't say who shot her. and while a loaded gun was found in smith's car, investigators say there's no evidence it was fired. the case is expected to go to the jury later today. if convicted hayes faces life in prison.
>> we'll continue to cover this case right here on abc. mar yn ci, thank you. >> a lot of other news this morning. as always let's get it to ron. >> thank you. good morning everyone. we begin overseas with ash carter making a surprise visit to iraq. carter is expected to spend his day thanking u.s. soldiers there and getting briefed on the iraqi military offensive to retake the city of mosul from isis. the battle against isis intensifying in syria where we are learning that the islamic state has regained control of palmeira. breaking news from nigeria, a roof collapse at a church killing at least 160 worshipers inside. officials saying hospitals and morgues are overflowing. they expect the final toll to be even much higher. the church was under construction. back in the u.s. in louisiana, republican john kennedy was the winner in a runoff for that state's senate race. he got 63% of the vote to easily
defeat democrat foster campbell. his win gives the republicans a four vote edge in the u.s. senate, 52-48. and police in anaheim, california, say a street race led to a deadly and fiery car crash. one car going out of control and colliding into some parked cars and then hit an apartment building and burst into flames. two people inside of that car died and another was taken to the hospital. and the swedish academy handed out nobel prizes in sweden. bob dylan was a no-show. he told the academy he told them he couldn't make it because of other commitments. instead only of his music was performed by longtime friend patti smith.
♪ >> dylan's acceptance speech was read on his behalf. he said being included in that nobel literary greats was quote, truly beyond words. >> he had other commitments? what were they? >> never actually said what they were but we have to assume they were more pressing than that. whatever that is. finally a big day -- actually a medium sized day in college football. there's only one major football game. that was army against navy. army snapping a 14-game losing streak against the arch rival navy. coming back in the fourth quarter to win 21-17. president-elect trump taking time out from his schedule to attend the game. as you see there. then louisville cardinals sophomore quarterback lamar jackson became the school's first-ever heisman trophy winner. the 19-year-old tossed 51 touchdown passes this season and averaged 410 total yards in offense per game for the cardinals. dan, that's a lot of yards. >> they were lucky he decided to show up. >> yes. >> he didn't want to pull a dil dylan.
>> yeah. too busy to get the heisman trophy. >> all right. i think rob is still in central park unless he has frozen. >> he should be. he should be. >> how are you doing rob? i know it's chilly out there. >> talk about a guy who has a right to pull a dylan. it's cold out there. >> exactly. a full apb out for bob dylan. he's not jogging in central park. there are those hard core runners out here getting it done. god bless them. it is chilly. well below freezing and cold enough for snow. let's time out the snow and show you what interstates are affected. yesterday we had a slew of pileups across around the great lakes. interstate 90 in and around detroit. interstate 75. this storm will continue to bring snows to those areas, again, western parts of new york beginning tonight and across the new york area as well and it will accumulate outside the city and outside of boston before it turns over to mostly rain or all rain tomorrow morning. along i-95. north of 84 it's going to be a bit of a mess and here come more
in the way of lake-effect snow showers. the cold blast will be reinforced and pockets of 6 to 12 inches in parts of upstate new york but the big cities should be okay. warm down across the south. good sunday morning, fillered sunshine on tap today and we'll look for patchy dense fog to linger in the north bay valleys. high clouds around for a cool afternoon. more rain arrives by tuesday. so we'll look for not only the low clouds to begin to scour out but with mid and high level clouds, we're making for a pretty dry winter like day. highs ranging from the mid-50s >> whether you like it or not, ron, i'm coming inside. i'll see you. >> no, you stay out there. no. no. >> c'mon. >> we'll get security. >> what dylan said, you don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows. >> exactly, exactly.
>> easy. hey. >> rob's job is always safe here. come on back, rob. i want to bring the train back on the tracks to a really amazing story caught on camera. not very often people are thankful to be at the dmv. a tampa woman is grateful after a hero who just happened to be there saved her son in a serious case of the right place at the right time. >> my mind went blank, my body just shut down, i didn't know what to do at the moment. >> reporter: it was practically fate the day shakira nelson ran her 15-month-old son into this office. he had stopped breathing. and she was desperate for help. >> at that moment i was in panic mode. >> reporter: captured on surveillance video watch as deputy steve donaldson springs into action take it can baby, laying him on the ground and administering cpr.
the whole scene playing out in a local dmv. >> the overwhelming responsibility of this job is never understood until you have a baby like cory in your arms and he's not breathing. >> by the time paramedics arrived cory was breathing again all thanks to deputy donaldson who renewed his cpr and happened to be filling in for another officer that day. >> i looked at the video and i said thank god for deputy donaldson because without him, my baby wouldn't be here. >> reporter: cory and his mom recently reunited with the deputy and this time it was all smiles as donaldson was awarded the title of everyday hero in a ceremony just outside the spot where he saved that little boy's life. >> i don't even want to buy anything for christmas, he is my christmas. >> a lot of great coincidences here and this was not the first time something like this happened. the day before cory had a seizure in a parking lot and a woman inside happened to have a child who also suffers from seizures. so she stayed with them until the paramedics came. the doctors say this all happened because of a fever.
happy to report cory is doing just fine. >> she paid it forward almost. not knowing the day before. >> she had no idea it was going to happen twice in a row. two people to thank. >> what a great story. coming up on "gma" this sunday morning, the wife on trial for allegedly trying to have her husband killed. will the judge allow the jury to see this controversial video? >> plus, a starry night for "star wars" fans. we're on the red carpet for the "rogue one" premiere. >> "rogue one." good morning america is brought to you by the ups store.
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and welcome back to "gma" on a chilly sunday morning. happening right now, a winter blast. snow is pounding the midwest and it's heading towards the northeastern part of the country. millions of people digging out this morning. slick roads and freezing temperatures are making for treacherous travel conditions. be careful on the road. also happening right now, powerful explosions. mexico erupting volcano picking up steam with larger and more frequent bursts sending ash plumes into the sky while lava and burning rocks head down the mountain. and tokyo 2020. a ground-breaking ceremony this morning to launch the construction of the new olympic national stadium which will play host to the summer games in three and half years. the new stadium expected to be ready by november 2019. the games expected to cost 30
billion bucks. >> right. >> yes. coming up, we are on the red carpet for hollywood's long awaited "rogue one" premiere. you'll hear from the stars. the big event shutting down nearly a half mile hollywood boulevard. you are so looking forward to watching that. >> i would have liked to have been there. >> did you get an invite? >> no. >> okay, maybe next time. but we're talking about the case of a florida woman accused of hiring a hitman and a plot to kill her husband. it could take a dramatic turn tomorrow. >> the judge is considering whether to allow the jurors to see the video of her reacting to the false news her husband was dead. abc's andrienne bankert has more. >> inside a florida courtroom all eyes on the defense monday. the focus, whether dahlia dippolito will testify in her murder for hire retrial. >> you know he gets it to the head. that's it. >> i'm positive. like 5,000% sure. >> just make sure you're out of
the house. >> okay. >> reportesr: dippolito was caught on undercover camera allegedly trying to hire a hitman to kill her then husband michael dippolito. the hitman was actually an undercover officer. the police then staged this crime scene where she was told her husband was killed. >> is your husband michael? i'm sorry to tell you, ma'am, he's been killed. [ crying ] >> reporter: the police department posted that video to youtube where it went viral. the defense believes the officers staged the crime scene to impress the crew of the tv show "cops." friday they grilled police over the integrity of the investigation. >> you post that on youtube for the whole world to see within six minutes. you don't think that's -- >> well, because you keep changing the time. >> you think this is funny, ma'am? >> no, i don't. now you're saying it's six minutes. >> reporter: the judge has yet to decide whether the jury will see this video. this is the second time she's been tried for the crime after
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>> okay, well, anyway, it premiered in hollywood overnight and nick watt was there with the stars. >> reporter: the tale is stolen by gin and her rebel gang. >> are you with me? >> all the way. >> a lot of surprises in the film that people will enjoy. >> reporter: darth vader makes an appearance and more. there are no lightsabers? >> look, it would be very remiss of me to confirm or deny any rumors. >> reporter: they're calling this a "star wars story." it's not part of the trilogy. >> this is very proximate to -- the first film was called the new hope. in that movie, the death star is blown up. this is a movie that takes place right before that and it very much is a handoff. >> this movie is a stand-alone story. i think the audience will walk out really complete.
>> you were on stilts. >> yeah. k-2so is 7'1". >> and you're 5'11"? >> and a half. come on. >> i am too. >> you take that half as well. >> oh, yeah. >> my son was telling me, it's like a "star wars" film? i go there's no "star wars" "star wars" there's just one. he was like -- >> and daddy is in it. >> that's cool, dad, and i was like yeah, you're right. >> i think it's the first film i'm in the scene as a kid. remember those. darth vader. >> ho, ho, ho, ho. >> as an adult and an actor it's a privilege to be part of the story that means so much. to so many people. >> reporter: the next sequel due december next year. >> we shot it and it's being edited and 9 is being written. a story for 9 and the director. we have not made specific plans for the sagas beyond 9. >> reporter: here at the "rogue
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welcome back. the holidays are a time for mick making memories and then preserving those memories with your photos. your phone can do a great job taking photos but abc's becky worley is here. retro ideas. great to have you in studio. >> good to be here. >> the trend is all about retro photos. >> kids love their selfies but now you have cameras like this one from polaroid and this one from fuji that give you a printout in addition to the digital photo. there's something that people love about that palpable picture. you just got one, you got to do the oh, look. >> you shake it like a polaroid picture. that's what you do. >> you can't help shaking it. like a polaroid picture. >> my kids have this one. instant gratification. smile. >> it's pretty fast. >> hands up in the air.
this is really great. they love it. >> they love it. >> it's easy to use. very intuitive. instant gratification. we have got some great retro ideas. what about photo-inspired gifts? >> everybody loved to unwrap a personalized gift. we have seen lots of ideas over time. but the thing i haven't thought about, because we post all our pictures on facebook, we're telling the world what pictures we love. go on to somebody's insta-feed and grab a photo. and make a picture gift for them like these. someone sent me these coasters. these are my favorite memories from the year. they knew. it was a total surprise to me. love that. all of your services will do that. great idea. >> great idea. also, i have a bin of old photos. what are some ways that we can preserve those? >> digitizing has gotten cheaper, and it's a good project to do with the people you love. scan cafe and memories renewed. really give it a try and do it for someone you love. >> folks, look how cute she is. just adorable. shake it like a polaroid picture one more time.
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would see my reflection and i would start laughing and immediately the goggles would fall, which was not the plan. >> it gives you a new identity and talk takes away your dignity. >> pretty much. >> if you don't know how to do snapchat forget about it. >> they put these things on you as you're snapchatting and giving you this sort of "star wars" experience. we had a great time with it. highly recommend. >> you going to try it? >> i will. another reveal as well, first lady michelle obama is promoting spirit of giving this holiday season with the help of some disney channel stars. take a look. >> hey, guys. >> hi. >> you know, a great way to make your holiday memory even more special? >> more special than this moment right here? >> well, you can donate a new unwrapped toy to toys for tots and help make amazing holiday memories for kids across this country even better than a white house selfie. go to disney.com/beinspired. to learn more about toys for tots and how to share the joy.
>> the spot is part of disney's share the joy campaign and the disney stars also joined the first lady in distributing toys to military families as well. they said it was a day they'll never forget. >> pretty incredible. >> and it's the most wonderful time of the year right? >> apparently. allegedly right? >> ron doesn't like that song. >> well -- >> no, i don't. you heard me say that. >> you might have company because monitoring statuses on facebook. pinpointing today, december 11th, as the most popular day to get dumped. some theories are people want to avoid paying for holiday gifts. >> valid. >> or maybe they're dodging awkward family introductions. >> that makes sense. >> i get that one. >> plus holiday stress is a real thing. that could always be a contributing factor. but dumping numbers go back down on christmas day and start to increase again in the spring. >> in the spring? >> in the spring they creep up again. i'm blaming rob. i think it's weather related. >> it has nothing to do with weather.
my gift to you is i'm not going to break up with you. >> merry christmas. >> you have a reprieve until may. >> yeah. >> are we breaking up with everyone right now because we have to go? >> i wouldn't call it breaking up. >> hitting pause? >> parting is such sorrow. george will be here with "this week" and we'll be back next weekend. thanks for joining us. good morning, everyone, i'm carolyn tyler. new this morning, oakland firefighters put out a two-alarm fire at an abandoned building. it started after 3:00 this morning near fairfax avenue. it took about half an hour for crews to extinguish those flames
and the building is less than two miles from the deadly ghost ship warehouse fire. parts of san jose will finally get flouride in their drinking water. they say it can help reduce cavities and the santa clara valley water district voted for the project to deliver the water from all three of its treatment facilities. the agency will continue to conduct more sampling to see how fluoride will reach the water system. it should happen by late 2020. let's check lisa for the forecast. >> a third of an inch yesterday so you are 102% of normal for the rainy season which started october 1st. well above average, 49 here as well as gilroy, 46 in oakland, taking up to san francisco, thin
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