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shot. was i too young for that? probably. but i'm ok today. [laughter] tes good morning, america, for our viewers in the west. the fallout this thursday morning after the big election for the gop. breaking overnight, new jersey governor phil murphy wins, the democrat re-elected after a much closer than expected race. voters sending a powerful message. what it means for president biden and his trillion dollar plans. thousands of young kids already getting that shot of hope but some parents struggling to find appointments. this as the president set to announce sweeping new vaccine mandates today. the new rules for some businesses. and the star quarterback, aaron rodgers, sidelined after testing positive for covid. new nuclear arms race. the growing concern about china's arsenal growing faster than expected.
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the pentagon now warning of a thousand nuclear warheads by 2030. drone threat to an electric grid? the new intelligence bulletin revealing a potential plot. this morning, why authorities are sounding the alarm. high stakes trial. a nearly all white jury now seated for the racially charged case of the three white men who killed ahmaud arbery, the 25-year-old black man gunned down while jogging. what the court said about the jury with only one black person on it. fatal film set shooting. why the husband of cinematographer halyna hutchins is hiring a lawyer this morning as the mystery deepens over how live rounds got on the set of alec baldwin's new movie, "rust" and this morning what dwayne johnson is saying about the future of safety on his sets. stunning rescue. overnight, new images of that 4-year-old girl who vanished on a camping trip with her family. the new sound from the moment she was rescued. >> what's your name, sweetheart? >> my name is cleo. >> this morning, what we know
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about the suspect and how police finally found her after a massive search. ♪ ain't no mountain high enough ♪ and "gma" taking you to new heights this morning, amy and t.j. suiting up for the highest open air building climb in the world. >> ready to climb? >> nearly 1,300 feet above the big apple. a daredevil's dream view. you'll see it here first on "gma." ♪ good morning, america. amy and t.j. are getting ready for that big climb this morning. all i got to say to you two is that could have been us. >> that could have been, but it's not. >> i actually did it once. i went to the empire state building years and years ago. >> on the outside like that? >> no. >> come on, george.
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that is nothing like that. [ laughter ] >> nice try. nice try, george. >> it s p bet it was. >> i think we ought to get to the news. we're going to begin with the election fallout. it was a nail biter to the very end. phil murphy pulled out a narrow victory over the republican challenger. the fact that it was close an alarm bell for democrats across the country. >> rachel scott is at the white house tracking the results and what it could mean for the country in 2022. good morning, rachel. >> reporter: robin, good morning and this is another reality check for democrats. governor phil murphy was able to turn out a victory in new jersey, but many democrats say that in a state the president won by 16 points, it should have never been this close. [ crowd chanting four more years ] >> reporter: this morning democrats narrowly eeking out a victory in new jersey. >> thank you, new jersey. thank you for putting your trust in our team for another four years. >> reporter: the race down to the wire.
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ac news now projecting the win for governor phil murphy, defeating republican challenger jack ciattarelli. murphy becoming the first democratic governor re-elected in new jersey in more than 40 years. the race spotlighting the national divide over the response to covid. the closer than expect results sounding the alarm for democrats already concerned after that vi chose republican glenn youngkin to be the next governor handing terry mcauliffe a bitter defeat in a state that president biden carried easily in 2020. youngkin providing republicans with the blueprint for electoral success focused on the economy, parental fears over education and keep donald trump at a distance while still enjoying his endorsement, and it paid off. >> if you're a democrat and president biden won your seat by 16 points, you're in a competitive race next year. you are no longer safe. >> reporter: with fear mounting about their midterm prospects some democrats blaming themselves for not doing more. >> only in washington could
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people think that it is a smart strategy to take a once in a generation investment in infrastructure and prevent your president from signing that bill into law. >> reporter: president biden still pushing to pass his domestic agenda as soon as ns. the american people. we have to just produce results for them to change their standard of living and give them a little more breathing room. >> reporter: the house could vote on the president's domestic agenda as early as today. a growing number of democrats on capitol hill say after these results they cannot afford to miss another deadline. george? >> okay, rachel, thanks very much. let's bring in our chief washington correspondent jon karl. there is a debate about what the democrats should do on those packages going forward. some say cut back, go for the bipartisan package. scale back the progressive ambitions. others say full speed ahead. >> reporter: well, it comes to what was the message that voters were sending in these elections, george.
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to some democrats it was that joe biden and congressional leadership was trying to do too much. to others it was that they accomplished too little. they agreed that voters -- that this is a wake-up call for democrats. the party has to get their act together but there is a split, you're right, about what to do about it and makes it harder to see how they get it accomplished. joe biden and nancy pelosi are saying full speed ahead and pelosi wants to see a vote on the full two bills as early as today but i think passing both of those bills just got a heck of a lot harder. >> so many messages coming out of the elections. one of the big ones, focus on crime and education. >> reporter: absolutely. especially in the suburbs where the battle will be fought for control of congress. republicans were able to exploit fears, parents' fears with crime and, look, we are in the third straight -- third consecutive school year in the covid era and parents are frustrated. republicans played into that, said that they had a solution.
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now republicans are talking about running on a so-called parents' bill of rights. democrats need an answer on both issues. >> jon karl, thanks very much. michael? now to the fight against the pandemic. thousands of kids age 5 to 11 already getting that pfizer shot across the country. president biden calling it a time of, quote, relief and celebration for parents. let's go to whit johnson at the mass vaccination site at citi field in new york. good morning, whit. >> reporter: good morning. starting today new york city run vaccination sites like this one are opening their doors to kids 5 to 11 years old and by next week the city's public schools will be offering shots on campus, but this nationwide rollout is still getting up to speed and scheduling appointments right away could be a challenge. this morning, the white house promising it secured enough doses for the 28 million 5 to 11-year-olds across the country. >> after almost 18 months of
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anxious worry every time your child had a sniffle or had a cough, you can now protect them. >> reporter: 15 million doses of the pfizer vaccine are shipping out to thousands of doctors' offices, pharmacies and vaccination sites over the next week. >> starting november 8th the kids' vaccination program will be fully up and running. >> we are so excited for this day. >> reporter: already thousands of kids are rolling up their sleeves. >> i want to get the vaccine for everybody. >> why was it so important for you to be among the first to get your daughter vaccinated? >> we are just so excited to have this opportunity. we've been waiting for this day since the pandemic hit. >> reporter: from connecticut to california to michigan, brave children and their parents eager for life to get back to normal. >> i wanted the shot but i don't like shots but i wanted to protect myself and people around me. >> reporter: not every parent is finding it easy to get an appointment. patrick was hoping his 9-year-old son bruce would be
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able to get his first dose before thanksgiving. >> no appointments available. every single appointment for the month of november was already booked. grandfather just had a heart attack. i want my son to visit his grandfather and he needs to be vaccinated to do that. >> reporter: and today the biden administration is expected to release new vaccine mandate requirements for health care workers and businesses with 100 or more employees. enforcement begins january 4th. the new rules will essentially label covid an occupational hazard and will impact about two-thirds of the u.s. workforce. george? >> okay, whit, thanks. we turn to concerns about a potential nuclear arms race. an alarming report claims china is increasing its nuclear arsenal at a much faster rate than the u.s. anticipated. senior foreign correspondent ian pannell has the details. good morning, ian. >> reporter: yeah, good morning, george. that's right. another potentially worrying sign of what the pentagon says is china's military buildup and
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certainly a ramping up of the growing tension between china and the u.s. a new pentagon report this morning warning china could be rapidly increasing its nuclear warhead arsenal. the pentagon assessment estimates beijing plans to have 700 warheads by 2027 and could have a thousand by 2030. that's more than double what u.s. officials estimated only a year ago. now the chairman of the joint chiefs issuing this stark warning on china's military capabilities. >> we're witnessing one of the largest shifts in global geostrategic power. >> reporter: cent satellite imagery showing hundreds of silos under construction in western china. > clearly the pentagon has been shaken by the advances that the chinese military has made. >> reporter: this new pentagon assessment comes just weeks after news broke of china's apparent hypersonic glide weapons test, a system that in theory could be capable of carrying a nuclear warhead that the u.s. can't see or defeat. beijing denying it carried out such a test.
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>> reporter: once the chinese perfect this capability, it will be extremely destabilizing because the u.s. has nothing like it. can't even detect these hypersonic weapons before impact. >> reporter: well, china has just been responding saying this report ignores facts and is full of prejudice. beijing accusing america of being a much greater threat with thousands more nuclear weapons that its own arsenal is purely defensive. but, robin, the language and posture on both sides is increasingly hardening. >> people are watching. ian, thank youment. we're going to turn to that new intelligence bulletin revealing that a modified drone was found near an electrical substation. our chief justice correspondent pierre thomas has more on the threat drones could pose. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: robin, good morning. homeland security officials fear this was a plot to knock out power to potentially thousands of customers in pennsylvania. take a look at this drone. it had been modified with nylon ropes and copper wire and crashed into a building adjacent to the substation you mentioned.
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according to an intelligence bulletin obtained by abc news officials believe it's the first time a drone has likely been used to try to deliberately damage our energy infrastructure. and here's why they suspect this was nefarious. the drone's on board camera, memory storage card and all identifiable markings were deleted. whoever did this did not want to be caught. here's what's most disturbing about this july 2020 incident, this new homeland security bulletin warns that this kind of assault using drones to attack our critical infrastructure is likely to increase. robin? >> appreciate your reporting as always, pierre, thank you. michael? we turn now to the ahmaud arbery murder trial. a nearly all white jury has been selected for the case of three white men accused of killing an unarmed black man while he was jogging near his georgia home early last year. steve osunsami is at the courthouse in brunswick, georgia. good morning, steve. >> reporter: good morning to you, michael. it's taken them weeks here in south georgia to seat a jury in the trial against the three
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white men accused of murdering ahmaud arbery and this morning, the race of the jurors selected have some people questioning whether this trial can be fair. of the 12 jurors here who will be sworn in tomorrow 11 of them are white and only one of them is african-american in a community where nearly one out of every three residents is black. >> we ask the court to find that the state has made its prima facie showing of racial discrimination. >> reporter: the issue of color is at the heart of the case with prosecutors arguing that the young black man killed would never have been stopped by the white men with guns if he too were white. in court wednesday the judge said out loud that the jury could have been more diverse. >> this court has found that there appears to be intentional discrimination in the panel. quite a few african-american jurors were excused through preemptive strikes exercised by the defense, but that doesn't mean that the court has the
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authority to reseat. >> reporter: finding potential jurors who haven't already picked a side here has been tough. a number of potential jurors were dismissed because they were family friends or even former co-workers of two of the accused. on trial are travis mcmichael, his father gregory mcmichael and a neighbor william "roddie" bryan jr. they're accused of murder, aggravated assault, false imprisonment and criminal attempt at false imprisonment. this video of what happened has been seen around the world. in february of last year, 25-year-old ahmaud arbery is seen here being gunned down after the three men are seen chasing him in the street. the young man's family says he was out jogging but attorneys for the mcmichaels say the shooting victim is the same person walking around in these videos from a home under construction down the street from travis mcmichael's home. the mcmichaels say they saw arbery walking away from that construction site again and say the shooting was justified under
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georgia's citizen's arrest statute which was the law at the time. overnight arbery's mother told abc news she's looking forward to seeing justice come from this trial. >> everything that i prayed for, god has given it to me. and i know i've prayed and asked for justice for my son. i'm sure he will give me that as well. >> reporter: back at the statehouse in atlanta there was outrage over the citizen's arrest law that these three men are trying to use to defend themselves in this case. lawmakers on both sides of the aisle repealed it. this trial is expected to start in earnest on friday and last a couple of weeks. michael? >> all right, steve. abc newslive will have extensive daily coverage of the trial beginning this friday. george? >> okay, michael, thanks. we turn now to some relief for americans on the road this holiday season. gas prices appear to have
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stabilized. our transportation correspondent gio benitez is tracking the trend. good morning, gio. >> reporter: hey, george, good morning. yeah, we've been reporting on rising gas prices for weeks here on "gma" but now as you say it looks like they might be stabilizing a bit. take a look at the national average right now. $3.41 a gallon. that's still a bit high. here's the good news. the price only went up by two cents since last week and that is the smallest weekly increase in a month. experts at aaa saying there's a little dip in domestic demand for gas right now and that steady increase in crude oil prices may actually be taking a bit of a breather. now, if this trend continues, we could be seeing smaller price hikes but gas buddy says we may actually see some small declines so we'll take the wins where we can get them, guys. >> we certainly will. we'll take any relief however we can get it. gio, thank you. how about we go to atlanta. the world series champions touching down at home overnight and look at this first class flight for the hardware getting its own seat on the plane. >> not buckled up. >> hey now.
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>> not buckled up. >> the braves are keeping it safe, michael. don't worry. hoisting it up for the fans for the first time since 1995. the parade for the team will be held tomorrow. they know how to throw a party. >> what a boost for atlanta. >> yeah. >> they needed it. a lot more coming up including new questions swirling over aaron rogers. what was his vaccination status? the quarterback was sidelined with covid. has he been given special treatment? the latest on the fatal movie set shooting. why the husband of cinematographer halyna hutchins who tragically died is now hiring an attorney. and the miracle rescue of a precious 4-year-old girl after vanishing for 18 days from her family's campsite. how the family brought her home safe and sound. but first, good morning, ginger. >> good morning to you all. we love redfield, new york, one of those lake-effect spots that produces over the winter, and it is.
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>> i think they left it up to everyone's imagination. you know what, lara will tell us what actually happened to tony soprano at that diner in "pop news." so the guessing is over. >> we'll get an answer. first, we'll get to headlines, including the breaking news in the race for governor for new jersey went down to the wire. it was an alarm bell for democrats. phil murphy did win and repeated jack ciattarelli. murphy became the first democrat governor revoted in in new jersey in more than 40 years. thousands of young kids are getting the pfizer shot across the country as the biden administration is expected to release new vaccine mandate requirements for federal contractors, health care workers and businesses with 100 or more employees. happy diwali. the festival of lights is india's biggest holiday celebrated by more than a billion people around the world. india kept its guinness world record for a third year lighting 900,000 oil lamps. beautiful. out of the darkness is the light.
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incredible light show here in new york as well celebrating the holiday. a digital light show on the world trade center podium and fireworks over the hudson on wednesday. a bill was introduced in congress to make it a national holiday. and we have a lot more ahead including amy and t.j. ascending nearly 1,300 stories on the highest open air building climb in the world. that's coming up. right now we get the latest on aaron rodgers. the packers quarterback has been sidelined in quarantine after testing positive for covid amid confusion over his vaccination status. will reeve has the story. good morning, will. >> reporter: good morning, george. sunday was set up to be a marquee match-up. rodgers and the packers against patrick mahomes and the kansas city chiefs but all of a sudden yesterday rodgers testing positive for covid followed by reports that he was unvaccinated despite many believing that he was vaccinated based on rodgers' own comments at a preseason press conference. this morning, nfl superstar sources telleshe
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reigning nfl mvp has testd positive for covid and now questions are swirling about his vaccination status. espn sources saying the green bay packers quarterback is unvaccinated. >> the lombardi trophy is coming home. >> reporter: many believed rodgers was vaccinated and thus subject to less stringent league protocols after this exchange at an august press conference. >> are you vaccinated and what's your status on vaccinations? >> yeah, i've been immunized. you know, there's a lot of conversation around it, around the league and a lot of guys who have made statements and not made statements, owners who made statements. you know, there's guys on the team that haven't been vaccinated. i think it's a personal decision. i'm not going to judge them. >> reporter: according to espn, the nfl has been treating rodgers as unvaccinated since the beginning of the season. espn reporting that he appealed
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to the league before the season asking it to recognize an alternative treatment as a replacement to a covid vaccine. a request the league reportedly denied. >> i assume the process is the players have to show some sort of proof of vaccination. when he obviously did not have the traditional covid-19 vaccine card, he will be asked what he meant by immunized and whether he deliberately or even unintentionally deceived people. >> reporter: the nfl has not issued a vaccine mandate to its players or coaches. but those who choose not to get the shot must wear masks inside team facilities, be tested daily and follow numerous social distancing guidelines. unvaccinated players also face a mandatory ten-day wait to return to the team after a positive test. in a statement obtained by the nfl network, the nfl saying the primary responsibility for enforcement of the covid protocols within club facilities rests with the club. failure to properly enforce the protocols has resulted in discipline being assessed against individual clubs in the
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past. the league is aware of the current situation in green bay and will be reviewing the matter with the packers. >> aaron rodgers is inside the pylon. >> reporter: no word yet from the 37-year-old future hall of fame quarterback. green bay coach matt lafleur would not reveal rodgers' or any packers' vaccination status in a wednesday press conference, telling reporters he's confident his team is following covid safety protocols when working. >> i watch what these guys do. i can only speak to our football space but, yeah, absolutely. we got cameras everywhere. >> reporter: when asked if rodgers' use of the word immunized could be misleading -- >> great question for aaron. i'm not going to comment on it. >> reporter: abc news reached out to rodgers for comment. so far he has not responded. per nfl protocols, unvaccinated players must wear masks at those indoor press conferences at team facilities. rodgers has not been doing that and according to that
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alternative treatment that rodgers sought and was denied by the nfl was reportedly a homeopathic treatment by his personal doctor intended to raise his antibody levels and he wanted to equate that to being vaccinated. the nfl reportedly denied that request, guys. >> got some explaining to do. story.ot of interest in the - thank you, will. now we go to the latest on that fatal film set shooting involving alec baldwin. the husband of cinematographer halyna hutchins who tragically died now hiring an attorney amid new questions about those live rounds on set. kaylee hartung is in albuquerque, new mexico, for us. good morning, kaylee. >> reporter: hey, good morning, michael. there are certainly competing narratives emerging about the culture on that movie set. as we learned halyna hutchins' husband hired an attorney, we don't know what his intentions
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are, but this is a firm that specialized in wrongful death litigation. the investigation still trying to determine how live rounds ended up on the set of "rust" and now taking a new twist. the lawyer for hannah gutierrez reed, the film's armorer, on "gma" suggesting the tragic incident might have been the result of sabotage. >> we're afraid that could have been what happened here, that somebody intended to sabotage this set with a live round intentionally placed in a box of dummies. >> reporter: even suggesting in another interview, without offering any evidence, that it might have been the act of someone among the disgruntled crew members who recently quit the production citing concerns about pay, housing and safety. this morning, the husband of halyna hutchins hiring an attorney as he and their 9-year-old son grieve the loss of the beloved cinematographer. camera operator lane luper was among those who walked off the set. >> can you even imagine that this was an act of sabotage? >> no, god no. especially among the crew we're all friends. it's absurd to think of that. >> reporter: this as more actors come forward pledging change. dwayne johnson telling "variety"
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all projects produced by his company, six bucks production, will only use rubber guns. >> i can't speak for anyone else but i can tell you with -- without an absence of clarity here that any movie we have moving forward with seven bucks production, any movie, any television show or anything we do or produce, we won't use real guns at all. when something like this happens, this magnitude, this heartbreaking, i think the most prudent thing and smartest thing to do is pause a second and really re-examine how you're going to move forward and work together. >> reporter: so with that switch to rubber guns that means all special effects will have to be added in post production. dwayne johnson says he won't worry about the dollars or how much it costs to ensure complete safety moving forward. guys? >> good for him to step up like that and say what he did. all right, thank you so much. coming up, how police finally found a 4-year-old girl after she vanished from her
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ooooh, this is lit! what's up snow people! alla the color, alla the gifts. happy all-idays from old navy! back now on "gma" with the back now on "gma" with the remarkable rescue of a 4-year-old girl missing for nearly three weeks. erielle reshef has the latest on the emotional family reunion and what we know about the suspect charged with kidnapping. good morning, erielle. >> reporter: good morning to you, robin. the massive search for little cleo smith gripped her country.
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her rescue making headlines around the world after a daring raid. thankfully cleo's agonizing ordeal is over and she's back with her family. her alleged abductor in custody. this morning we're hearing the voice of that little girl foun thwe wes austra >> what's your name, sweetheart? >> my name is cleo. >> reporter: 4-year-old cleo smith vanishing in the middle of the night last month at a remote outback campsite more than 500 miles north of perth. this dramatic video capturing the unbelievable rescue on wednesday. >> we're going to take you to see your mummy and daddy. >> reporter: police raiding a home in the early morning hours finding cleo locked inside alive and well in one of the rooms. >> for a mum and dad that's spent 18 days in hell that was probably the greatest phone call in any police officer's life to hear mum and dad talk to their daughter they thought they'd
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probably never see again. >> reporter: for weeks authorities running a massive search from the ground and air, conducting forensic tests and running license plates and scouring phone data. cleo last seen in her family's tent, wn h pen s s hle that nts >> reporter: police won't say what led them to this house just six minutes away from where her family lives.r-old australian man in custody charged with her abduction. the man taken to the hospital for self-inflicted injuries before appearing in court. >> for those 18 days those officers worked tirelessly, 24/7 to find cleo. when she said my name is cleo, that was the moment i think everyone's heart melted. >> reporter: overnight cleo seen in public for the first time since the emotional reunion with her family carried by her mother ellie who helps her into this car. a happy ending, one that experts say in cases of child kidnapping is all too rare. >> time ticks by. the likelihood of a safe recovery gets slimmer and
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slimmer. we've seen way too many long-term recoveries to ever give up hope on these cases and why we continue to search for these kids but a great example of why it's so important to search for missing children because they are in such grave danger. >> reporter: it is so good to see her safe. the 36-year-old suspect has no connection to the family. after being reunited her mom ellie sharing a photo of cleo with the caption, our family is whole again. guys? >> that is why you never give up when someone is missing. you never, never give up. >> absolutely. that's great news there. coming up later, it's cash back day. we've got the insider info on how to cash in while you do your holiday shopping. coming up next, our "play of the day" is going to new heights. heights. our "play of the day" is going to new heights.
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fans get closure after that stunning cut to black 14 years ago. ♪ don't stop ♪ ♪ all i want for christmas ♪ on a mission to save christmas. this morning, we're celebrating the incredible marines and volunteers behind toys for tots. the huge surprise for them this morning. ♪ ain't no mountain high enough ♪> ait ounthigh en "" t.j. and amy are taking on the highest open air building climb in the world. >> ready to brave the climb? >> climbing up more than 1200 feet up in the sky and they're bringing us along for the journey live as they say -- >> both: good morning, america. ♪ ain't no mountain high enough, nothing can keep me, keep me from you ♪ >> good morning, america. thanks for being with us this thursday morning. it's an exciting morning as amy and t.j. take on city climb. we say ain't no mountain high
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enough for "gma." there's one high enough for us three sitting here and as they it. >> true dat but t.j. and amy are almost at the top, already more than a thousand feet up in the air scaling a skyscraper just down the street from where we are. they still have a little ways to go before they show us all that breathtaking view from high above. that's coming up. >> we cannot wait to see that. first, we have some news to get to starting with the election fallout. the tight race for governor of new jersey was a nail-biter until the very end. democratic governor phil murphy pulled out a narrow victory over the republican challenger's wake-up call for democrats across the country. want to go back to rachel scott at the white house. good morning, rachel. >> reporter: this is a reality check for democrats. governor phil murphy was able to turn out a victory but this is a state the president won by 16 points. democrats say it should have never been this close. the race spotlighted the national divide over the response to covid but even with this narrow victory it is doing little to ease concerns ahead of the midterm elections. democrats suffered a loss in
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virginia. another state the president easily won in 2020. voters chose republican glenn youngkin to be the next governor and he provided a road map for other republicans, focus on the economy, parental concerns about education, and even with an endorsement from the former president donald trump he kept his distance. democrats are now reassessing. some are blaming themselves for not doing more. the president's message, get his domestic agenda on his desk. the house could vote on that as early as today, george. >> rachel scott, thanks very much. now to a big headline about the benefits of the hpv vaccine. researchers in england finding up to an 87% reduction in cervical cancer rates in women who have had the shot. our chief medical correspondent dr. jennifer ashton joins us now with more. good morning, jen. >> good morning. >> this is great news. also, it's a huge reduction in cancer rates. >> it is massive news. to set this up for you guys, this is the most common sexually
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transmitted infection in the country, most hpv, human papillomavirus does not go on to cause cancer but it is responsible for the majority of cervical cancers. what this study found in england, it was a massive observational study with a lot of follow-up and found up to an 87% reduction in detected cervical cancers, up to a 97% reduction in precancer of the cervix which is significant. those are the so-called abnormal pap smears that trigger a lot of procedures and have a lot of negative side effects down the road. >> it's not just women who could benefit. the hpv vaccine for girls and boys. >> it's boys and men, glad you brought that up. it is fda approved for boys and girls to be vaccinated starting at age 11 or 12 and it is fda approved for what's called catch-up for men and women up through the age of 45. initially we thought that was because boys were or men were
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the vector of spread. now it is clear and we know very well that men can get hpv-related cancers as well so big, big news, all preventable with a vaccine and some oncologists in the world of cancer call this is the single greatest discovery in cancer prevention in our lifetime. >> saying a lot. >> that's saying a lot. you didn't want to join t.j. and amy, "gma3." >> no. >> got to keep somebody on the ground. >> i will be cheering them on from a safe distance. >> all right, as we all will. coming up, it's cash back day. rebecca, you're going to reveal one of the biggest deals right now? >> that's right, adidas is offering 20% cash back for online purchases throughout the site. that is one of the many ways to save starting this morning and we've got all the insider info on how to cash in. >> looking forward to that. and a surprise for incredible marines and toys for tots volunteers who have given
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when you hear the word healthy it always feels a little out of reach. but it's all about the baby steps. maybe it's a jump or eating something green. or taking mom to get that vaccine. ♪ healthier means bringing stuff to the folks ♪ ♪ that really need it. ♪ ♪ like help at 2 am or care that's right at home. ♪ ♪ believe it. ♪ ♪ and caring for them all means ♪ ♪ we're doing healthier right. ♪ ♪ so, let's do it all together people, ♪ ♪ 'cause this is what healthier looks like. ♪ ♪ holiday ♪ welcome back to "gma." glad you're with us this morning. tomorrow, "good housekeeping" best toys for every kid on your gift list. time for "pop news" with lara. >> thank you, robin. we begin with country's biggest night, the cmas awards less than one week away. this morning, we have your first look at the performers just
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added to the lineup. first up, not only is he hosting the cma awards, but luke bryan will light up the stage with a performance and other country stars now confirmed to sing on that night, dierks bentley, thomas rhett, keith urban, zac brown band and jennifer hudson performing at the cma awards for the first time. that's very exciting, and we will be right there for all of it. i am heading down to nashville to meet up with country star jimmy alan taking a couple days off from "dancing with the stars" to co-host the cma awards preshow and live the next morning on "gma." oh, and one more big announcement for you guys. old dominion will be performing live on "gma" wednesday morning down in nashville. if you are wanting to join us for the concert, head to our website for all information on
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how to get tickets, that's wednesday morning, then the cma awards air that night, november 10th, 8:00 p.m. eastern right here on abc. >> always a great time in nashville. >> get my boots out again, everybody. also this morning, one of the biggest tv cliff hangers of all time since who shot j.r. what happened to tony soprano? well, for the past 14 years there has been speculation about that final scene of the series, tony and his family sitting in the diner, the bell rings, the diner's front door opens, tony looks up and there it is, the screen goes black. i heard you guys saying you all thought you forgot to pay your cable bill. nope, and "sopranos" creator david chase never spoke about what he imagined happened. chase finally giving us something telling "the hollywood reporter" that two years before that finale was shot he drove past a little restaurant in new jersey and he thought and i quote, tony should get it in a place like that. so does that mean tony got whacked? ctaly sndlike that is gbut
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onhim homa people waed to n saying, quote, you watch this guy for seven years. i know he is a criminal but don't tell me you don't love him in some way and now you want to see him killed? that bothered me. that's from david chase. >> so you still really don't know. >> that's as close as he's going to get. >> i think we need to leave david alone. it's time to move on. i think you can piece it together from there. >> i think so? >> tied it up in a bow. finally you know those ridiculously long cvs receipts. well, who loves them even more than humans? our dogs. the new long crinkly chew toy may not come with coupons for dog treats on it but it is made of durable material that comes with a squeaker, cvs has partnered with pet company bart to make rover its own receipt available for $10 at your cvs checkout.
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i'd much rather have one of those. >> there are great savings on them when you look at them. >> bucks back, baby. cvs bucks, i love them. >> thank you, lara. let's go to ginger down in stuyton, new york city. >> yes, i'm here surrounded. solar panel, not just on top of this building but look at this drone shot, 56 buildings in one of the greenest neighborhoods in manhattan. so there are 9600 solar panels and that is like 16 football fields wide of them by the way when you put them all together. what does it mean for the environment? well, it's like taking 12,000 cars off the road or 1,000 new york city apartments powered. it's amazing to see all this but you also probably noticed the rofs are white. i'll tell you about why and how that improves energy efficiency coming up.
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now to our "gma" cover story and some of the biggest retailers launching a supersize shopping event called cash back day helping you to cash in on your holiday shopping early. our chief business correspondent rebecca jarvis, so good to see you. >> nice to see you too, robin. >> so what exactly is this day. >> yeah, so this is a big deal because this is savings on top of savings. there are a number of cash back apps out there, rakuten, ibotta, and retail me not is running
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cash back day where they're supersizing the savings, cash back on purchases on all the participating retailers and we're talking about literally thousands of retailers who are participating here so it's a great way, especially if you're already doing that holiday shopping, it's a great way to save extra. >> even bigger this year. >> it is bigger than ever before. at retail me not today for cash back day and tomorrow 400% more deals, they say, there are retailers like amazon and fenty beauty and urban outfitters all participating and consumers according to retail me not earn an average of $18 back per purchase so that's cash you get sent after you make the purchase and, again, you can take advantage of the discount at the retailer and then get this cash back on top of that. >> on top of it? >> on top of it. you know how we love our "gma" viewers. >> oh, yes, we do. >> can we exclusively reveal some of the deals? >> we absolutely can. we wouldn't do this segment without it, robin. best buy is doing 10% cash back on top of its top deal products. forever 21, 20% cash back online
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purchases sitewide. gap, 15% cash back online purchases sitewide and i told you about adidas in the tease, 20% cash back online purchases sitewide so that is cash you will be sent $20 and spend $100 on their site you get sent $20 by retail me not. >> that does add up. >> it does add up, of course, the bottom line to keep in mind is those savings are savings as long as you're not going deep into credit card debt. if you're taking advantage of this with a credit card, that could end up costing you way more money down the road so be careful. make sure you're spending this money based on the fact that you're making these purchases already and you have the money in your account to cover it. >> good of you to say that at the end. that's very important as always, rebecca, great to see you. >> you too. >> michael. all right, robin, now to the moment we've been waiting for. is t. ve above new york climbing a nearly 1300-foot-tall skyscraper right down the street taking us along for the journey. for the first time ever it's a live broadcast from city climb before it opens to the public but soon everyone can give it a
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try. take a look. ever wonder what it feels like to be 1,000 feet above the big apple? now you can try this, a daredevil's dream, the city climb. claiming the title as the highest open air building climb in the world. that's taller than four football fields combined. thrill seekers can scale the perimeter of this manhattan skyscraper ascending 161 heart-pounding steps tethered only to the building. and the final adventure, the apex of the climb on a platform situated 1,271 feet in the air called the lean. a full body tilt out into the open air. will they make it to the top? ooh, i got the chills looking at that. hey, you two. how are you two doing? >> hey, we're just hanging around right now getting ready. >> you know what -- >> t.j. is pumping himself up. >> t.j., i'm not worried about t.j.
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you got this, my friend. you two, you both are 1,271 feet in the air. i hear you can see all the way to connecticut. what's that like? >> it's spectacular. you can actually see four states. you can see new jersey, new york, connecticut, yes and pennsylvania. >> wow. >> it's remarkable up here. to be right at the same skyline as the empire state building's peak, to be right the same height as the world trade tower pretty much. >> can you show it to them, russ? we are eye to eye right now with the empire state building. it's an unbelievable view where we are but, again, this is -- and look, safety is paramount. we've been having a good time but they have us strapped in and restrapped in. we have redundancies. this can hold 10,000-plus pounds up here. we've been absolutely safe but the point of the whole trip, robes, is what?
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the lean. >> the lean. and to push yourself to a safe fear, right? i like doing that. >> you two. >> are we going to do it now? >> is there a little fear right now? >> uh-huh. >> yes, there is. for sure. let me tell you. >> so, guys, you're strapped in and what you're supposed to do. you went the right way. >> all right, all right, all right. >> put your feet right on the edge. >> right on the edge. >> you need to be more on the edge. more on the edge, yeah and then you -- >> this is it, guys. >> you got to trust it and, guys, we are leaning over -- oh, man. >> out there, t.j. >> there we go. >> wow. >> how does it feel? how does it feel? >> pretty cool but i want to go the other way because this isn't the only way you can lean. >> i can't even watch it. >> oh, my gosh. >> no way.
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>> you got to trust it, guys. >> amy. >> you got to trust it. >> oh, oh! >> t.j., you don't want to turn around? >> whoo! >> t.j., you don't want to turn around. >> no, i don't want to see it. stra, i don't want to see it, man. >> it's really cool. >> it's unbelievable. >> traffic is moving very freely in the streets below us, 33rd street, clear. >> okay. why are we stretching, guys? this is when we're supposed to wrap the segment and toss back to the studio. >> are you planning on doing "gma3" from there? since you seem so comfortable. >> you guys, pull in. >> waiting for "gma3." >> okay, robach, with the jokes this morning. >> t.j., come on in. >> please. >> come on, do it. [ applause ] do it! >> t.j., he couldn't talk. he couldn't hear. >> t.j. is leaning out again. all right.
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he's got the spirit. there we go. >> he did it. >> that actually looks pretty cool. >> like superman. >> when someone else does it. really cool, george. >> and give a shoutout to russ, our photographer. i mean -- >> russ is amazing. he is leaning off the building right now getting us. >> with the camera he's doing it. >> with a camera. >> yes. >> look at that. >> with the camera. >> should we go back? >> falling back is a little bit more. >> t.j. is breathing hard. >> i don't blame him. > can we please cut away now? this is heart -- >> the great thing is, that's really cool and a lot of people in new york will love going to check that out when it opens to the public and now, we're going to check out lara. hey. >> i need a moment. oh, my gosh. wow. you guys, i was a ten-year platform diver. i'm so happy to be "deals & steals." never happier. whoo. and what a day to be doing it. lux for less. tory johnson, this is maybe the
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>> they're so good. whether you want to blush, bronze, conceal, correct, she's got a product, lips, she's got a product for you. these palettes can be found in every makeup drawer in this building. with everything slashed at least in half it starts today at $6. >> wow, amazing. lux for less, you guys, and, tory has partnered with all of these on the great deals. thank you to all of them. i mean really, thank you. you can get them on our website, or that qr code that you might still see on your screen. coming up, we celebrate the marines' toys for tots program and its great volunteers with an incredible surprise. don't go anywhere. "good morning america" coming right back. back.
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>> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. reggie: good morning. a check on your traffic. jobina: it really is a check on the track, we are going are goie with the toll plaza that were it is still really full. the commute, especially, because of slick conditions has caused a number of problems. metering lights came on at 5:40. you're going to be under the limit there and at the san mateo bridge. the good news is the stall we were following on the high-rise moved out of the way, but it has been a domino effect and residual delays continues.
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mike: live with kelly and ryan is coming up. plus shopping tips. good morning, tracking the the t most of it has moved away, that will continue the next couple of hours. you can see the transition to more sunshine for the exploratory in camera, it is still damp at 880 as we look northbound. that is what we to watch out for. we've got a chance of a stray shower to saturday, but chance of rain monday and tuesday. reggie: another update in about
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30 minutes. you can noise check us out on our website or na, na, , na, na ♪ ♪ gettin' jiggy wit it na, na, na, na, na, na, na ♪ a little throwback thursday. >> oh, yeah. >> will smith gettin' jiggy wit it. we're going to hear from the two-time oscar nominee about his new movie and will be here on tuesday to talk about that. we're looking forward to it. >> loving some will smith. and now we are kicking off the season of giving. not only with mariah carey's big hit. this morning, we are starting the holidays at disney with something special. will reeve is at the world of disney store in disney springs. hey, will. >> reporter: hey, good morning, michael. i am with some awesome
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volunteers for toys for tots, they are marines and other members of the orlando community and they are working round the clock to spread the holiday spirit and to give gifts and joy to children in need. ♪ christmas is upon us. but santa isn't the only one putting presents under the tree. sergeant ash jacques has volunteered with the marine toys for tots program ever since he enlisted 15 years ago. >> the children we're serving don't wake up on christmas morning and think santa forgot about them. >> reporter: the charity has distributed 500 million toys to families in need since 1947 and the foundation has always been surrounded by magic. just a year after launching, walt disney gave his support to the program. >> disneyland in california was actually the only drop location for toys in the very early days. >> reporter: in 2020, toys for tots had to adapt. >> donations, involvement,
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volunteers, it was almost nonexistent and the need for the program was at its all-time high, it skyrocketed. >> merry christmas. >> reporter: they adapted by utilizing a qr code, getting gifts in cars in nearly no time. christmas 2021 is already in full swing. volunteers have been sorting through toy after toy after toy counting down to the always rewarding distribution day. >> we're able to pass those toys on to the families that need it the most and let them have that stress taken away for christmas. >> reporter: toys for tots is doing such great work in orlando and all over the country. this is staff sergeant jacques. he is doing fantastic work as are you all, and you're doing so much for your community and what you do with toys for tots. we want them to get their own gift of sorts and we're at walt disney world. you all are getting tickets to walt disney world for you and a guest so merry christmas, happy holidays to all of you.
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very exciting, and to keep the holiday cheer going, michael, you have a special announcement back in the studio, no? >> i do, will, because there is more. there's much more actually. we are excited to share that disney is continuing walt disney tradition of making sure every kid wakes up on christmas with a present under the tree and we've got some big news right now, disney is launching the disney ultimate toy drive with a $500,000 donation to toys for tots. sergeant jacques, what do you think about that? >> wow, that is amazing. thank you so, so very much. that's going to help a lot of kids, a lot of less fortunate children throughout the country so thank you so much for that and honestly without the support of organizations like yourself we couldn't make this possible, thank you from the bottom of our hearts, thank you. >> just so you know back here, you can't hear anything, sorry, michael, you go ahead. $500,000 for toys for tots, just
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so you know. >> i was just going to say we are so thankful for everything that they are doing and, will, you can actually hand that check over. you can give it to sergeant jacques. >> okay, that's fair. it's all yours. you can't cash that. we'll wire you the money but you keep that for yourself and if you guys want to get involved at home, there are specific ways that you can do that. you can go to to donate a toy online or if you are in person at walt disney world or disneyland, i have to get this exactly right here. this is an important mission, go to disney springs where we are right now or the downtown disney district at disneyland resort through december 14th and you can learn more at so to review you guys are going to disney world with a plus one, toys for tots, $500,000 nationally, sergeant, thank you so much for everything you do.
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>> thank you very much. appreciate it. >> guys. >> thank you. >> all right, will, thank you as always. bringing and spreading the joy. coming up, jamie oliver is back with a new delicious menu that is good for the earth and your wallet. ♪ i'ma bring it on home ♪
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welcome back to "gma." according to the national alliance for caregiving, 65 million people provide care for a family member or friend. i don't know if you know this,
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november is national caregiver's month and so for the season finale of thriver thursday we want to introduce you to loretta whose creative approach for caring her 92-year-old mother diagnosed with alzheimer's disease is helping countless others. >> how lovely. >> the first time your loved one doesn't remember you, that is shocking. when we were kids, my mother bought all kinds of lego boxes for me. we would spend hours building. i never outgrew that hobby. when she was first diagnosed she just clammed up and wouldn't share a lot. so we would get the legos so she would talk. it was the one thing that really relaxed her. >> want it right there? okay. >> so i became a certified facilitator in something called lego serious play in 2014. i use that to help me continue to communicate with my mom way after she could know who i was
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and all that. it was so much fun for her. i was like, well, i can do this with other folks with dementia so i started going to assisted living places and senior centers and doing some lego activities with them. >> i am in awe with what she does to go from researching, writing a book, studying about legos and now turning it into a whole movement. >> i want to inspire caregivers who are afraid or they're losing hope, surviving really is just going day to day kind of going through the motions. i try to really exceed that. a thriver is someone who continues on with a smile no matter what is occurring that day. >> she has a beautiful smile. >> she sure does. >> how thethriver -- what it means to them. i hope people know this. so many caregivers will tell you how alone they can feel sometimes and through her experience loretta learned the true power of support groups having a vast network of
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resources and you can watch her full episode later today on my facebook page. this is the season finale for thriver thursday and have to once again thank the sponsor bristol-myers squibb because they really come through and meant a lot to people. >> thank you, robin. so good. >> again the full story on my facebook page later. where is ginger now? we cannot keep her -- >> she's doing such a good job out there. look at her. >> good morning, ging. >> good morning. no helmet this time but i do have a lot to show you. so i'm on a rooftop in stuytown and i already told you about the solar panel installations, largest multifamily solar collection in the nation but look at this. this white paint is a big deal. look at the drone shot. there are 56 buildings painted white. it's all part of the new york city cool roofs project. you say, well, wait, what does that do? it actually is the easiest and
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fastest way to reduce energy consumption, especially if you're talking anywhere that gets a lot of sun and has to use a lot of ac. let me show you how it works. so we've got 24 graphic that will tell you when the sun bounces off that white because, remember, white reflects, you can save up to 30% of inside temperature. meaning you can reduce your inside temperature by 30%. that is huge when it comes to energy consumption and what your energy bill will be so that's something i think we need to make into fashion. the folks tell us they didn't do it for just the money but that helps. it's really just that they wanted to do right so nearly 30,000 new yorkers with just some white roofs making a huge difference. pretty amazing. our series this green house,
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the castelomendes family has a very special guest. chef jamie oliver is out with "together: memorable meals made easy." how to make their favorite go to meals greener, also save money. good morning, everybody. how are you doing? >> good morning, everybody. >> good morning. >> how are you? >> we are doing great. now, jamie, i know a lot of these dish, pasta with meatballs, rice, pizza, tacos, everyone's favorites. tell us what you'll take them through with this. >> well, listen, look, we love that food and one of the things that we've seen in the last year is the price of meat has gone up 10%. and, of course, the whole conversation about the environment and all the emissions that come from the meat, it's in all of our interest to try and reduce the amount of meat we have but still celebrate the dishes we love. one of the things that i love to do is the 50/50 rule. that's embracing other forms of protein so these beans, lentils, we can use mushrooms for flavor
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and chickpeas. do the 50/50 rule. it really works. today i'm going to do a delicious dish. we'll do a pasta fagioli soup. what we've got here is a lovely array of veggies. squash, carrots, onion, garlic. just spend a little time to fry them in a pan. have a look at that and see the color, see the bottom of the pan. that bottom of the pan is flavor. once you've got that, we're going to go in with some of those beans, super cheap. super delicious. fantastic source of protein. we'll go in with tomatoes and then we'll go in with two tins of water. we'll bring that to the boil. now, we're all talking about how we can be more eco-friendly and use up all the things and not waste them. one thing we waste is odds and ends of pasta. we've all got little bits of pasta and just take those little bits, smash them up.
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over here we have some smashes, so go into your cupboards, go and get the random bits of pasta and give it a really good smashup. once you've done that, let's have a little look. that's what we've got, we've taken those different pastas then we can put it in the soup. this is a beautifully rustic soup and we can use up all of the odds and ends of the pasta, so no waste there, and let it simmer for 20 minutes. now, on my right, this lovely lady here has been making a meal. how easy was it to do? >> so easy. >> smash up a little herb. have a look at this soup. on a perfect day like this, loads of the veggies, the rosemary there. just put a little olive oil, just a little more, and if i serve up some of this soup, look how good it is, all the veggies, pasta, hot and steaming. myself and the crew and the family, we're freezing, but we'll be okay. everything is going to be okay
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and so we got this lovely rustic soup. the cost of this is very, very little. it's super nutritious. if you can grab that rosemary, you can really pump up the flavor using those herbs whether they're dried or fresh. with a little oil. put a little on top of that, darling, about half of that. just look at that. a nice close-up in my hand, that, my friends, is a beautiful winter warmer. the first person to get that is you, my darling. >> thank you. >> a little bit of parmesan cheese, the 50/50 rule, big up the soup and veggie. lots of love from me and the family here. >> thank you so much. >> what a beautiful setting. jamie, thank you. jamie's new cookbook, "together: memorable meals made easy" is out now. get this recipe on our website, coming up, broadway is back. the cast of "diana the musical" performs live in times square. ♪ stay calm ♪ ♪ and simply free ♪
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broadway is back. "diana the musical" opened its curtains tuesday night for the first time in 600 days because of the pandemic. the cast is here with the song that is sung as princess diana has just been granted a divorce from charles and she imagines her new future. here is gina devine and the cast of "diana the musical." ♪ ♪ ♪ i offer my good-byes without compromise ♪ ♪ a princess moving on beyond the palace staffs ♪ ♪ beyond the photographs a fairy tale come and gone ♪
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♪ all i shall do again stand in a queue again ♪ ♪ here's to not making news a mother full of pride ♪ ♪ her prince is by her side her life finally hers to choose ♪ ♪ and i choose happiness i choose a fresh new start ♪ ♪ i choose whatever lies ahead ♪ ♪ if i can carry on stay calm and simply breathe ♪ ♪ if i devote my soul to every child in need ♪ ♪ the queen bestows her grace and places me in charge ♪ ♪ to represent the crown ambassador-at-large ♪
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♪ i'll be their english rose their pride is shining on ♪ ♪ and i'll light the world i'll light the world ♪ >> mummy, i'd like to introduce you to camilla parker bowles. >> your majesty, it's an honor to meet you. >> well, i admire your patience. ♪ but how does one begin to shed her royal skin ♪ ♪ be better than before ♪ >> the princess will auction off dozens of her most famous dresses. ♪ she discards her past ♪ ♪ and all that she's amassed set free she'll do even more ♪ >> her dress sale has raised millions of pounds for childhood cancer research. >> we thank her for her contribution. >> the princess' work has revolutionized -- >> her work on the international
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land mine crisis has already been credited with saving thousands of lives. >> in an act of extraordinary courage, the princess of wales walked through a minefield in angola. ♪ i choose happiness i choose a fresh new start ♪ ♪ i choose whatever lies ahead ♪ ♪ i'll have another child an answer to my prayers ♪ ♪ perhaps a baby girl or better yet a pair ♪ ♪ if charles steps aside and lets my william reign ♪ ♪ then all this suffering will not have been in vain ♪ ♪ my future's my design my story's finally mine ♪ ♪ and i'll light the world
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oh, big thank you to the cast of "diana the musical." have to make sure i check that out. toet rdyor wgreat. and go, why not, let's show one more time, our daredevils, amy and t.j. leaning out over new york city at the highest open air building climb in the world. have a great day, everyone.
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when you hear the word healthy it always feels a little out of reach. but it's all about the baby steps. maybe it's a jump or eating something green. or taking mom to get that vaccine. ♪ healthier means bringing stuff to the folks ♪ ♪ that really need it. ♪ ♪ like help at 2 am or care that's right at home. ♪ ♪ believe it. ♪ ♪ and caring for them all means ♪ ♪ we're doing healthier right. ♪ ♪ so, let's do it all together people, ♪ ♪ 'cause this is what healthier looks like. ♪
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>> building a better bay area, moving forward, finding solutions, this is abc 7 news. reggie: good morning. we have a look at your commute. jobina: good morning. when the rain stops, so do the crashes. you're taking a live look, no major blocking issues now, which is really great news. we had a bit of a rough commute. things are full there and still busy at the toll plaza. begin to clear up, and just for reference, meeting lights came on at 5:40. mike: love that correlation. did you see in that shot, there is still a chance that some clouds bump in and we have a few sprinkles. otherwise, the worst of the storm is behind us. mid to upper 60's this afternoon. chili tonight, most of us falling back to the 40's after being in the 60's this morning. best chance of rain next as
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monday and tuesday. reggie: time for live with kelly and ryan. and ryan. look at this amazing shot, it's live with kelly and ryan! today, one of the stars of the new film "eternals" salma hayek, plus creative alternatives to holiday shopping shortages. all next on live... and now, here are kelly ripa and ryan seacrest. wow! hey, guys! hey! what? -huh? -what? -what? what? -come on in. what? what? hey, it's thursday, november 4th, 2021. is it too early for christmas music? because i was talking on the radio about it. should i start playing it? -so, i like holiday music. -me, too, i'm with you. i like to maximize that. i mean, even... you know... even going back a couple of days to halloween, i... the month of october, i devote to, you know, scary songs.


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