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good morning, america. this morning, travel crush. americans cram the roads. rails. and airports. to head home. on what could be the busiest travel day of the long holiday weekend. the all-important forecast. plus the times you'll want to stay off the roads. highway shooting. the horror on florida's turnpike. this car riddled with bullets. >> shooter was in a gray toyota. additional caller now advicing two patients. >> the victims escaping with their lives. was this a case of road range? the manhunt right now. seeking justice. pop star brothers nick and drew lachey asking for help this morning to find the person in this van who police say shot the manager at their cincinnati bar. >> i mien it's pretty horrific.
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>> the young mother shot in the face. what was behind it? and repaying kindness. a woman raising more than $350,000 for a homeless veteran who helped her on the highway. >> you're going from zero, literally to 300 and some odd thousand dollars. >> it's like winning the lottery. >> their first sbrir together. it's a "gma" exclusive. love it. >> good sunday morning, everyone. welcome to what may be the busiest travel day of the year. thank god we're all patient. on the roads, right? >> thank god we're here working instead of traveling. we have a live shot from logan airport in boston. millions of people are expected to travel by air, rail, and car today. here's the scene on the george washington bridge, which connects new york and new jersey. >> looks peaceful and serene. it's not just the big cities that will see jumps in travel.
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traffic volume today. we want you to look at this map from the travel company waze. they predict the largest increases are in smaller to mid sized towns. beckley, west virginia. fresno, california. >> we have it all covered. rob standing by with a travel forecast. let's start with erielle reshef at the airport in newark. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, dan and paula. here at newark liberty, it's definitely starting to pick up. the post-thanksgiving travel rush expected to be one of the busiest in more than a decade. if you're flying, you'll have some company. it's projected to be one of tsa's top five busiest days ever, with more than 2.6 million people screened. a lot of attention on the airports this time of year. 9 out of 10 people will head home in their cars. if you're heading to the roads, the navigation site waze says avoid driving between 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. today and 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. on monday. if you're planning to take the train this holiday, last year, the sunday after thanksgiving, that's today, was amtrak's busiest day of the
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entire year. here's a helpful hint. try to get moving early. the morning trains tend to be the least crowded. if you're heading to the airport, keep in mind, tsa has new procedures in place. you're going to have to remove any electronics larger than a cell phone from your carry-on bag to be screened. give yourselves plenty of time. >> thank you very much. let's check the travel forecast now with rob. hey, robert. >> good morning, guys. i want to say that i hate that advice getting up early. i know it's the way to go. i can tell you this. the weather not to shabby. for a thanksgiving holiday weekend, couldn't be much better. we do have some trouble across the northwest. san francisco to seattle, we have a couple of storms rolling in there. that may slow air travel and travel up and over the mountain passes. fog across orange county and down through san diego. early this morning. clear across parts of the country. if you're driving, some lake-effect snow showers across parts of upstate new york and western pennsylvania may slow
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things down at times. be careful on the roadways the there. we'll talk more about the western storm if just a few minutes. >> thank you, rob. coming up in the next half hour, concerns that terrorists may be planning attacks against our rail systems. >> how law enforcement is beefing up security and deploying new technology to keep riders safe. that's coming up in the next half hour. we do move on now, though, to a harrowing story from the highway. an alleged road rage incident in florida. two people were hurt when the car they were driving was riddled with bullets. and victor oquendo is in miami with the very latest for us this morning. hi, there, victor. >> reporter: good morning, paula and dan. both victims are from miami. they were heading south on the turnpike when the shots were fired. now the florida highway patrol is asking anyone who may have witnessed this shooting to come forward and help get this person off the streets. >> the shooter was in a gray toyota. fhp turnpike is en route. >> reporter: this morning, searching are heating up.
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authorities are calling this an alleged case of road rage. >> additional callers now advising two patients. from what we're getting, the the shooter is not on scene. >> reporter: the gunman unloading about a dozen rounds from his car in broad daylight. hitting this red chevy impala near winter garden saturday just after 10:00 a.m. passenger side windows and doors riddled with bullets. inside, a 37-year-old man and a 17-year-old woman. both from miami. incredibly, suffering only minor injuries. taken to the medical center for treatment. >> we're getting multiple calls on this. >> reporter: the southbound lanes shut down while troopers investigated. and started their search for the shooter. no word on what prompted the shooting. florida highway patrol says thai looking for the driver of a gray toyota camry. according to the national highway traffic safety administration reports
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deadly crashes stemming from road rage have gone from 70 incidents in 2006 rising to 422 in 2015. highway altercations involving guns have more than doubled in the past three years. thankfully, both victims are expected to recover here. florida highway patrol reviewing any evidence and video that may have come from toll plazas. the shooter is still on the loose. they need the public's help here. >> they do. thank you, victor, for your reporting from miami this morning. to politics now. congress is returning from its thanksgiving resuccess -- recess tomorrow. with time running out to get some big legislation passed before the end of the year. >> at the top of the long list, tax reform, and avoiding a looming government shutdown. gloria riviera is on the story from washington. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, dan. in the race to the finish of 2017, both parties are doubling down on achieving their version of success. the slate is packed. president trump vying for support from within his own party on issues like tax reform and the budget. as he defies many gop leaders elsewhere. all of this, as the clock ticks down.
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with the end of 2017 in sight, congress has a lengthy and ambitious to do list. and not much time to do it. after a lengthy thanksgiving break, congress will be back on the hill on monday. with only three weeks to get most of the work done before christmas recess begins on december 15th. >> we're going to give the american people a huge tax cut for christmas. hopefully, that will be great, big, beautiful christmas present. >> reporter: on tuesday, president trump meets with senate republicans to discuss tax reform. a number of gop senators have expressed concern over the tax bill. >> well, what i want to see is the information to prove the economic growth we're going to get with all of our tax revisions. >> reporter: the house passed a $1.4 trillion tax cut. the senate is likely to vote on its own version later this week. lawmakers have less than two weeks to come up with a funding plan to avoid a partial government shutdown december
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8th. and the pressure will be on by friday. some state officials say the holdover cash that helps children of low-income families will run out unless congress acts fast. all of this as lawmakers are voting on a resolution on ways to handle sexual harassment scandals spreading in both houses of congress. >> in fact there are two members of congress, republican and democrat, right now, who serve, who have been subject to review or not have been subject to review but have engaged in sexual harassment. >> reporter: on december 12th, all eyes will be on alabama. and the senate race between republican candidate roy moore, accused of sexual abuse of a minor, and doug jones. roy drawing the ire of charles barkley. >> i'm not going to get into the women stuff. but a guy, how can you be a white separatist and represent all the constituents in your state? >> reporter: back on the hill
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here in d.c., minnesota senator al franken and michigan representative john conyers are both likely facing ethics investigations on bad behavior, sexual harassment. those could result in punishments ranging from a reprimand to a recommendation for expulsion. >> that is a big story right now on capitol hill. for more political perspective, we want to bring in our chief global affairs correspondent, martha raddatz, who is there gearing up in d.c. to host "this week." happy thanksgiving. hope you have had a good holiday weekend thus far. first and foremost, "the new york times" and "washington post" are reporting that jared kushner, trump's son-in-law, is taking on a more limited role. even reporting that he's disappearing from public view of late. what do you make of that? >> i think two words. one name. john kelly. remember, he is a retired four-star general. when he first went into the white house, he made it very
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clear there would be, which he is very used to, a chain of command. and even jared kushner would have to go through general kelly to see president trump. i think that's what's happening here. >> chief of staff john kelly. let's talk about sexual harassment in washington. the house is going to vote next week on a resolution that would require all lawmakers and staff to complete anti-harassment training. this is a big topic for you. coming up on the show this morning. is the view right now that congress is handling these kinds of allegations appropriately? >> you look at the process to file any sort of sexual harassment claim. it takes months. it is absolutely filled with red tape. you have to go to counseling. you have to go to mediation. if you go to mediation, then you can't talk about what you say happened to you. this is something they're going to look at very seriously.
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and many are calling for big changes in that process. >> is the sense that these rules were written by people in power, many of them men, in order to perpetuate the power? >> i think there's a sense of that. certainly. and you just have to look at the makeup of congress and you know who wrote those rules some time ago. >> martha raddatz. reporting in from washington. thank you. martha has a big show. she'll discuss the wave of sexual harassment allegations hitting capitol hill with current and former female members of congress. she'll go one on one with south carolina senator tim scott and the former chair of the joint chiefs of staff admiral mike mullen. all this morning on "this week." right here on abc. >> a busy morning for martha. we want to turn to brazen attack on a young mother who was shot in the face outside a cincinnati bar that she manages. and the gunman is still on the loose. >> now two stars are stepping in, pleading for help to find the shooter and helping to pay for the victim's medical bills. marci gonzalez is in our los angeles bureau with why the lachey brothers are getting involved.
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marci, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, dan and paula. the victim had just closed up the bar that the lachey brothers own. when this happened. the stars are sharing the story in hopes of tracking down the gunman. this morning, nick and drew lachey of the band 98 degrees asking for help finding justice, after manager from their bar in cincinnati was shot in the face early thanksgiving morning. >> this person seems to be a true victim. and it's pretty horrific. >> reporter: police say after 3:00 a.m. thursday, a man in this van started yelling at 27-year-old elizabeth richardson as she left lacheys' bar after her shift. as she approached the vehicle, she was shot. >> supersurprised that something like that happened. >> reporter: richardson, the mother of a 3-year-old boy, is hospitalized from her injuries. her family optimistic about her recovery. >> she's doing better than she was three days ago.
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it's been good to see her and be able to sit by her and hold her hand. >> reporter: nick lachey tweeting, ellie is the brightest light. and she will find a way to fight through this darkness. both he and drew urging people to contact authorities. >> ellie is one of those girls that lights up any room she's in. she's going to keep fighting. she's a fighter for sure. >> reporter: the lachey brothers also tweeted a link for the fund-raising site to help cover her ongoing medical bills. dan? paula? >> a terrible story. we're sending the best to her and her family. thank you very much for that reporting from los angeles this morning. a lot of other news. for that, as always, it's over to dr. ron claiborne. >> i knew that was coming. ph.d.. not md, by the way. dan, good morning to you and paula. adrienne, robert. we begin with news breaking overnight. a united airlines flight from germany to new jersey was diverted to heatherrow airport
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in london after reports of passengers feeling light headed. emergency crews were brought on board. one person was taken off. passengers are waiting for a new plane to bring them to the u.s. egyptian officials say isis was behind the attack in a mosque that killed more than 300 people and injured 128 others. according to the chief prosecutor, witnesses say those assailants wore masks and military-like uniforms. one of them carrying an isis flag. the group has not taken responsibility for that attack. 27 children were among those killed. look at the security video. a new jersey officer nearly hit. you can see it there, as he was investigating a road accident involving a deer. the officer was able to dive out of the way. wow. just in time. the driver of that car was later stopped. and as you can imagine, given a ticket. and former president george h.w. bush set a new record.
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he's now the oldest living u.s. president or former president. 93 years and 167 days old. that was on saturday. surpassing the late gerald ford. former president jimmy carter is 112 days younger than george h.w. bush is the second oldest living president. bush, h.w. bush, seems to be doing well after a couple of hospitalizations earlier this year. and a big upset in college football this weekend. no, not ohio state-michigan. that was expected. alabama, the top team in the country, losing to number six, auburn, by a final score of 26-14. it not only ends bama's hopes to win the s.e.c., southeast conference title, but likely takes them out of the running of the playoffs to decide the national championship early next year. auburn takes on georgia for the conference title next saturday. >> no way, they'll still make the top eight. >> you gotta be top four. >> that's right. >> they're not going to make it.
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seems unlikely. >> i'm just glad you didn't bring up the ohio state game. >> ohio state beat michigan. >> it was a good game for one half. finally take a look at two pictures carefully. tell me what you see. this is the denver broncos blanket with the team's logo and a skyline over the mountains. denver, right? take a look at the same photo. >> a second photo. >> salt lake city. >> it was salt lake city. the denver broncos blankets, sold at the nfl official -- i think official shop,.com. and elsewhere. with the broncos logo over a photo of the skyline and mountains from salt lake city. we have reached out to the distributor for explanation or comment. >> sounds like a google image search that went awry. >> very far awry. >> probably as simple as that. >> how does it get to production and nobody notices? >> you can see the temple right? it's plain to see. >> the mormon tabernacle? >> obvious. >> snow capped mountains. what's going on in the weather department?
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>> the broncos, i think they're playing oakland today. there will be rain in oakland. that's my transition. >> my team, the raiders. >> go, raiders. >> silver and black attack. >> i figured you were a raider fan. >> raider nation. >> that explains so much right there. here's what's happening in the northwest. an update look at that. >> don't come back. >> getting ugly here. >> these homes are teeterring on the edge here. erosion, there's nothing they can do about it. they're there to protect the infrastructure of the town. more rain coming in from the northwest. a lot of wind advisories, high wind warning up and over through the sierras and the rain will turn to snow eventually tonight in through tomorrow morning as one, two systems comes in and some of this brings some heavier rain across southern california
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eventually too. but northern california to seattle is going to be the problem spot for the next 36 hours. meanwhile the record heat continues to be an issue that will be spreading east. that's a quick check on the national headlines. >> good morning, everyone. i'm meteorologist chris sowers with this accuweather update. radar is clear as we get you outside like yesterday at this time we're seeing mainly clear conditions. lots of sunshine first thing this morning perhaps just a few clouds later this afternoon but it should stay nice and quiet. breezy and cooler. here's the exclusive accuweather 7-day forecast. 49 degrees is today's forecasted high. with the wind it will feel like the upper 30s, low 40s. monday, tuesday and wednesday all look nice. lots of sunshine. >> in his brown suit, which we'll talk about. we have to move along. we've been talking about this for the last few days.
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as you all remember. an act of kindness from a homeless veteran is getting national attention. >> yeah, this is a feel-good story. now, his gesture to help a stranded woman could help him get a home of his own. adrienne is here with the exclusive interview. >> what an interview. what started as a big deed turned into a big pay it forward. that was the first time, kate mcclure, and johnny bobbi t brb share the story together. at the moment they would both be in need on the side of the road. you're not wearing the glasses because you're a star now? >> no, ma'am. i have an infection in my right eye. >> reporter: it's his face and story that's gone viral. >> i was driving down 95. and -- ran out of gas. so i pulled over off to the side of the road. he walked up and said, get back in the car. lock the doors. you know. i'll be back. >> reporter: kate mcclure says
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she could tell the man walking up to her on the highway was homeless. >> got her gas. helped her get back on her way. wasn't expecting anything in return. >> and my boyfriend, mark, went back the next day. he gave him $100. >> i was ecstatic. >> reporter: that gesture of helping stranded motorists is something johnny's done countless times. how often would you go see him? >> a few times a week. >> reporter: unknowingly, he was about to get hit with karma. >> what if he started a go fund me for this guy? we set it up in the car on the way home. >> reporter: you're going from zero, literally, to 300-some odd thousand dollars. >> it's like winning the lottery. >> reporter: less than a week ago, johnny was sleeping under a bridge. today, he's been given what he calls a second chance. >> of course, i want to change my life. i want to give a lot of it away? >> reporter: will you get a house? >> i'm definitely going the get place to live. not a brand-new car.
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>> reporter: no? >> used car. >> reporter: maybe a truck? >> absolutely a truck. >> reporter: he wants to say thank you to all the everyday people giving to him. in two weeks, they've received over $360,000. in donations. at one point, he actually asked kate and mark, her boyfriend, to stop the fund-raiser. they did that for 12 minutes saying other people needed the money. they received backlash. people said, no, i insist on donating to johnny. they also are telling us they've been speaking to a lawyer and a financial adviser about wise choices for this money. and helping johnny. >> i love that he says he wants to pay it forward again with all of these donations. >> that's his first inclination is to pay it forward, not to buy a home or take care of his own needs. but it's to give back. >> he says there are causes outside of homelessness that he wants to give to. he's still processing as he's overwhelmed. >> i imagine that number keeps going up. >> we'll see. >> well deserved. thank you, adrienne.
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it's 8:27 on this sunday, november 26th. i'm nydia han. taking a live look at center city. we are getting a sunny start to the day but it could be a challenge for anyone trying to kick a field g atlic. let's go to meteorologist chris sowers with the accuweather details.
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windy today. >> it's going to be just strong enough to maybe create some ob nd cooler with a high of 49 degrees. winds will gust 20-30 miles an hour. especially during the first half. mostly sunny monday 52. wednesday nice and warm, lots of sunshine up to 60 and then increasing clouds on thursday, 56 with rain at times by friday. nydia? >> pretty good 7-day. thank you, chris. that's it for action news. we'll be back in about a half hour. now stay tuned for good morning america. i'm nydia han. hope you have a great day.
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we want to welcome you back to "gma" on this sunday morning. happening right now, the return rush. americans are cramming the roads, rails, and airports on what could be the busiest travel day on the long holiday weekend. if you're flying today, it's projected to be one of tsa's top five busiest days ever. if you're hitting the roads, the navigation site waze says to avoid the roads 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. today and 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. tomorrow. that is monday. for those of you relying on trains -- last year, the sunday after thanksgiving was the busiest travel day of the year for amtrak. if you aren't left, you should have done so by now. leave early. >> leave early. black friday shoppers setting a new record for the fbi. the burro has been flooded with more than 203,000 background check requests for people trying to buy firearms. setting a new single day record
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for requests. just days after attorney general jeff sessions called for a sweeping review of the the process. and the head football coach at ohio state, urban meyer, wants to know who injured his quarterback. meyer says a cameraman collided with the qb j.t. barrett moments before kickoff. aggravating a knee injury. it did not stop the buckeyes from winning. beating michigan 31-20. paula, i swear, i had nothing to do with that. >> we had to get that in somewhere, didn't we? >> a big game. >> apparently, j.t. barrett's meniscus pops in and out. he was out of the game, the backup, a freshman quarterback came in and ohio state still won the game. a painful day for michigan fans. a painful 13 years for michigan fans. also coming up, the holiday shopping days have only just begun. our shopping guru talks about the deals. and the one trick to help you navigate. first, increased concerns about railway safety as millions of americans head home after the holiday.
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>> the new fear this morning is that terrorists may target america's extensive rail system. here's abc's david kerley. >> reporter: this surveillance video capturing two would-be terrorists. casing a rail bridge, planning a derailment. but the third man, his face covered by that digital circle, is an fbi agent. the two men in the canadian case are this morning, serving life sentences. but trains are still a terror target. resulting in a recent intelligence notice being sent to local authorities. this is a serious warning. >> for tsa to send out a warning to law enforcement says we're concerned about this threat. >> reporter: the concern came in al qaeda's latest issue of its "inspire" magazine, imploring followers to attack trains. derail them. instructions to build a tool to instill fear. the tracks are the target. this drone was the immediate reaction in philadelphia to that federal notification.
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the transit police chief on his own launching this new technology. special operations teams are using that drone with a high-resolution camera to check some of the 2200 miles of track for any potential threats. >> this is a great way for us to patrol a track without walking on the tracks. >> reporter: while federal counterterrorism experts gather intelligence, it's up to local authorities to guard train stations and the rail lines. can this drone make a difference? >> when somebody actually decides they want to launch an attack, these folks are the ones that are going to prevent it from happening. >> reporter: the u.s. rail system stretches over 140,000 miles of track. much of it unsecured. are we doing enough to protect our rails? >> we can do more. it's impossible to secure every single inch of the rail. >> reporter: counterterrorism sources say while this concern is not new, this latest threat by al qaeda is a reminder that our rails remain a target. david kerley, abc news, washington. >> a timely story for sure.
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>> 140,000 miles. virtually unsecured. a big area. >> big target. big thanks to david kerley this morning. time to check the weather on this busy, busy travel day. and yet again, let's get it over to rob. good morning, everyone.
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i'm meteorologist chris sowers with this accuweather update. the radar is clear, yes, it is going to stay nice and mild here this week after we get past today with wind chills in the 30s. it's smooth sailing monday, tuesday and wednesday mild all three days. lots of sunshine. i just want to point out one of the many things i love about rob is his deep, deep stubbornness. a few weeks ago, ron made fun of him for wearing a brown suit. and in an act of sheer defiance, rob decided to wear the suit every day for the rest of the year. >> well, for the rest of
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november. it's my version of no shave november. >> how long have you worn it? >> every day for the last few weeks. >> have you dry-cleaned it? >> no. >> dry cleaning is very bad for a suit. just dry-brush it. get rid of the schmutzes, you're fine. >> as rob said, it could walk on its own. >> his fans. you do have fans. his fans have been very, very supportive. >> all five. >> saying you're always handsome, you look good even in your brown suit. >> even in a brown suit, which is hard to pull off. >> those are bots. bots. >> i can't wait to wear my winter white suit next week. >> oh, that's going to be awesome. searsucker for winter. thank you, robert. coming up on "gma," your cybermonday strategy. where the best bar gaines are. our resident expert weighing in. and mariah carey canceling more concerts as questions swirl about her health. adrienne has more in "pop news." and she might even sing a mariah carey song. >> oh, guaranteed. >> totally. >> that's so true. o outrun her .
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welcome back. tomorrow is cybermonday. and expected to be the biggest online shopping day of the year. forecast to bring in a whopping $6.6 billion. our shopping aficionado, becky worley is help you shar hunting. hi, there, becky. thank you for joining us. >> my pleasure. >> tomorrow is the best day to get deals. why? >> the reason they're discounting is because competitors are.ter cybermonday. we're not going to see any deals that really get serious until after the holidays. >> i heard consumers on black friday saying they were getting discounts up to 80% off. where are we going to see some of the steepest discounts? >> all the big players. amazon, walmart, think about the niche online players. the crazy sites that go for cybermonday. >> if you have one pro tip, what would it be?
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>> it's a website with a crazy name. but, what it does is it searches the price history of everything on amazon. that's important because if a product is touting, like you mention, that 80% price cut. you see on camel camel camel it was priced lower a few months ago, it may go lower still right before certainly afterwards. you gottknory. >> and the great thing about camelcamelcamel, it just rolls right off your tongue. just like that. >> caplecamelcamel. happy camelcamelcamel to you. >> gotta love becky worley. coming up, the popular office machine, hundreds of them enlisted to make an ingenious music video that you have to see. that's later in "pop news" with adrienne. you have to see. that's later in "pop news" with adrien. i used to have no idea what the american cancer society did.
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♪ time for the "weekend download." we just talked about how to find deals. the ardown with gretchen rubin . author ofbook,
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" to get advice. people say avoid coverspend. do you agree? >> for some people, that's true. and the pain of letting go of cash make them very aware of it, which is why casinos use chips. because that money feels real. for sodit cards work better because you have the s so know yourself. and pick the one that helps you with your overspending. >> you say don't use a basket. >> don't use a basket or cart. if you have to carry it yourself, you'll buy less. or more even a cart, you're going to buy more stuff. >> that's interesting. and i think, for me, true. the final piece of advice, watch out for the temptations on the way out of the store. >> yes. the stores know you're very likely to make an impulse purchase at the last moment. they've kramd it full of things. so be on your guard. >> what is your weakness at the checkout counter? >> ice breakers. those candies. i love those. and don't linger. the longer you spend in a store, the more you buy. >> all right, gretchen.
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♪ time for "pop news." a.b., what's going on? >> have you been warming up your vocal chords? >> i just had hot tea. my to the tea for it. this throat. mariah carey fans will have to wait a little longer before she starts her -- ♪ all i want for christmas is you ♪ tour. the singer canceling more performances because of her health issues. tomorrow, tuesday, and friday's performances at new york's beacon theater are scrapped. the singer has written on instagram that the doctors are ordering a few extra days of rest before she can finally fly to new york,
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darling, and take the stage. she says that a lot. she's got her christmas tour fering from a respiratory infection. her first performance will be saturday. she's added shows to make up for the ones she's canceled.urope. hope she feels better soon. drink tea. lemon and honey. >> are you going to be releasing an album anytime soon? >> i just have fun. >> you have enou material. >> i have a lot of fun. >> just remixes. this is a group i could not impersonate. i think they sound a lot like prince, to be honest with you. the musical group, ok go, known for the wild videos. the new one is breaking the internet. they enlisted 567 printers. to serve as the backdrop. in this video for "obsession." there's a warning to those susceptible to seizures to be careful when they watch it. >> it's pretty awesome. ♪
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>> imagine how much work that took? >> it's the choreography and a lot of paper. don't worry. a note at the start of the video says it is all being recycled with the proceeds going to greenpeace. well counting. okay. this made me smile. i had to get it in. tony romo showing off his goofier side. the former dallas cowboys qb appearing in an ad for google chrome, giving people a chance to look behind the scenes at what it's like to be romo. including dancing and singing. he had tips from tiana taylor. >> hey, google. who's tony romo? >> according to wikipedia, antonio ramiro romo is a former american football quarterback who played his entire 14-year career with the dallas cowboys of the national football league. >> was he really great and amazing? >> yeah. that's not the funniest part.
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the funniest was when he was trying to impersonate dance moves with tiana taylor. it was hysterical. he's doing the nay nay. the rolly. >> did he do the stanky leg? >> no. november 26th is the birthday of charles schulz. famed "peanuts" creator. and the premier of "casablanca" in new york. and it's national cake day. yes, national cake day. i don't want to tip this over. should be every day. thank you to the wonderful people at -- let me say this in french. [ speaking french ] >> fancy pastry. >> say it again, dan. [ speaking french ] >> in new york city. they mhese beautiful eations are gorgeous. >> the chocolate one right there
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is a tort. layers of chocolate, hazelnut. topped with chocolate glaze. that's my love language. >> hey, stay calm traveling. >> have a great weekend, everybody. >> bye bye. >> good morning. i'm nydia han. >> coming up on action news. men forced their way into a home police say happened inside. >> and the cyber monday around the corner, how much money experts believe americans will spend. >> wind chills are stuck in wind
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on this sunday, november 26th. in the news at this hour, an overnight shooting in the logan section of philadelphia leaves a man in critical condition. >> and this morning investigators are trying to figure out what led to the shooting deaths of a man and a woman along i-95. >> plus if you plan to join the millions of americans traveling today, what you should know before heading out the door. first, meteorologist chris sowers is here with a look at your exclusive accuweather forecast. the weather is at least cooperating today. >> that's right. so far so good. it's a little blustery right now. the winds are starting to pick up but we're not expecting any real weather issues later this afternoon. we should see a combination of sun and clouds and temperatures in the 40s. yesterday at this time we were in the 20s so we're doing better but with the wind it feels a little bit cooler than the numbers you see here. at lapt particular city bottoming out at 41 this morning. trenton and philadelphia some morning lows of 43.
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philadelphia bouncing back up to 48. millville 48,


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