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drew: i lived to tell the tale. reggie: your p ♪ good morning, america, for our viewers in the west, breaking news overnight, a major setback for president trump. rejected. a federal judge denies the former president's efforts to keep his white house documents secret including videos and photos related to the january 6th insurrection. as the house committee ramps up its investigation into the riot. also this morning, new fallout overnight for aaron rodgers. the packers quarterback and the team now facing a fine for violating covid protocols. the horror in houston. we hear from a medic who responded to the deadly concert disaster thrust into an out-of-control crowd. boosters for everyone? pfizer formally asking the fda to authorize boosters for all adults 18 and older.
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could it happen before thanksgiving? key new evidence in the rittenhouse trial. enhanced drone footage captured the moments kyle rittenhouse shot and killed one of two people. abc news exclusive. the santa fe district attorney leading the investigation into the death of cinematographer halyna hutchins on alec baldwin's movie is now speaking out. >> if it were to be found that this was a case of sabotage, would you be looking at a murder charge? >> only on "gma" this morning. harry and meghan versus "the mail." what markle is saying about the british tabloid's appeal after she won an invasion of privacy case. >> no matter how difficult it is, you know the difference between right and wrong. you must stand up for what's right and that's what i'm doing. ♪ we're gonna save the world tonight ♪ journey to the bottom of the earth. this morning our crew is set to become the first ever to broadcast live from the treacherous drake passage.
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amy navigating the rough seas taking us on an extraordinary expedition to antarctica. ♪ come on, get happy ♪ and we couldn't be happier from antman to i love you, man, to anchorman. >> they've done studies, you know, 60% of the time it works every time. >> now, paul ruud is "people's" sexiest man alive. ♪ something always happens whenever we're together we get a happy feeling when we're singing a song ♪ good morning, america. good looking and funny. can't beat paul ruud. >> it could not happen to a nicer guy. >> i couldn't agree more. also this log ve rig nowve amr incredible crew, fu way to antarct there she is. the passage stretches 500 miles between south america and the world's coldest continent. we'll have much more from that incredible journey coming up. >> amy, the world's most game anchor.
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>> yes, she is. we begin with breaking news. a major ruling by a federal judge against former president tump. rejecting his claim of executive privilege to keep the house committee investigating the january 6th insurrection from gaining access to his white house records. chief washington correspondent jon karl is on capitol hill with the latest. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george. if the federal judge's ruling stands, the january 6th committee will get access to a treasure trove of white house documents and possibly videos and photographs as well that will shed light on exactly what donald trump and his top aides were up to right before and during the capitol riot. donald trump had sued to prevent the national archives from turning his white house documents and records over to the january 6th committee invoking the doctrine of executive privilege that a president has a right to get confidential advice from his aides. but the judge flatly rejected the claim that executive privilege applies in this case especially because donald trump is no longer president and the
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current president has agreed the documents should be released. his position he may override the express will of the executive branch appears to be premised on the notion that his executive power exists in perpetuity, but presidents are not kings and plaintiff is not president. the committee is hoping to get call logs, emails and notes to determine what was happening inside the white house on and shortly before january 6th. they are also interested in video including outtakes of the infamous video trump released that night where he asked rioters to go home but also praised them. >> we love you. you're very special. >> reporter: a source who was there for the taping of that video tells abc news that multiple earlier takes were rejected because trump praised the rioters but he didn't tell them to go home. the committee is zeroing in on donald trump's inner circle ly befo on ja6th issuing 16 subpoenas over the
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past two days. among them some familiar faces, kayleigh mcenany, the former white house press secretary, also senior adviser stephen miller and john mcatee who at 29 years old became one of trump's most powerful and fiercely loyal aides, and molly michael, his personal secretary who sat right outside the oval office. >> jon, the big question right now, does former president trump have any real chance on appeal? >> reporter: look, george, he's definitely going to appeal. this will be decided at the appellate court, potentially the supreme court. in a statement overnight his spokesperson said, quote, the battle to defend executive privilege for presidents past and future was destined to be decided by the appellate courts. most legal scholars say this was a strong ruling by this federal judge and consistent with what most constitutional experts would say will be the case. executive privilege does not apply to former presidents. >> there's no disagreement
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between the executive and congressional branch right now. jon karl, thanks very much. robin? we turn to aaron rodgers and the packers. the quarterback and the team have been fined for violating covid protocols as rodgers says he takes full responsibility for misleading anyone with satements about his vaccine status. will reeve joins us with more on this. good morning, willing. >> good morning, robin. aaron rodgers had an ugly off season with the packers. there were contract squabbles and a fear he'd quit football rather than return to the team. ultimately he did come back to green bay where he earns a reported $1.6 million per game. the fine he received for breaking nfl protocols in covid is the designated amount collectively bargained between the league and the players union. almost $15,000. he should be able to cover it. overnight, green bay packers quarterback aaron rodgers fined nearly $15,000 for attending a party unmasked and his team fined $300,000 for covid
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protocol violations, including allowing rodgers to go maskless at press conferences. >> rodgers tosses in the end zone. >> reporter: this as rodgers owned up to faking people out about his vaccination status on "the pat mcafee show" tuesday. >> i shared an opinion that's polarizing. i get it and i misled some people about my status which i take full responsibility of, those comments. >> reporter: previously the reigning nfl mvp appeared to confirm he had been vaccinated in this exchange. >> are you vaccinated and what's your status on vaccinations? >> yeah, i've been immunized. >> reporter: the nfl does not have a vaccination mandate for players or employees but has imposed strict protocols for unvaccinated players like rodgers. >> rodgers is inside the pylon. touchdown, packers. >> reporter: the future hall of famer says he received an alternative treatment to boost his immunity in lieu of the shot reportedly appealing the nfl to consider that treatment equivalent to being vaccinated. a request reportedly denied by the league which has designated rodgers unvaccinated.
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packers president mark murphy telling abc, we recognize the importance of adherence to the covid protocols to keep our team and organization safe and healthy. adding we remain committed to operating within the protocols. rodgers faced a firestorm of scrutiny. on monday basketball legend and civil rights activist kareem abdul-jabbar saying, aaron rodgers didn't just lie and threaten the health of those around him, he also damaged professional sports. the earliest rodgers can return to in-person team activities is saturday. the all pro qb expressing his intent on returning his focus to what he's famous for, football. >> i'm an athlete, not an activist. i'll get back to what i do best and that's playing ball. >> the nfl says the packers were made aware that future violations could result in more discipline including change of draft position or losing draft choices and they went on to state green bay was fully cooperative in the investigation into covid protocol violations.
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>> i don't think it's as much as anyone expected. thank you, will. appreciate that. now to new details on travis scott concert disaster that left eight people dead and hundreds injured. marcus moore is in houston with new questions about safety and the response. good morning, marcus. >> reporter: well, michael, good morning. some of the most severely injured are still recovering from their injuries in the hospital this morning as the memorial behind me grows and those pressing questions remain about what went wrong here last week. they were among the tens of thousands who packed into this high energy and sold out concert last week but this morning, three young people are in hospitals, two in critical condition. among them 22-year-old texas a&m student here. her family says she's on a ventilator and showing no brain activity after she was severely hurt at the concert. the youngest victim, 9-year-old ezra blount whose family says he fell from his dad's shoulders was crushed by the crowd. >> i don't have words for it.
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i don't know how they could have allowed those things to happen to him or anyone else's child. >> i could never imagine anything like this just happening. [ crowd chanting stop the show ] >> reporter: both live nation and travis scott have been criticized for not stopping the concert earlier but houston's mayor sylvester turner says that ending the show sooner could have made things worse. >> got thousands and thousands that are crammed in and they don't know what's happened. >> reporter: for the first time we are hearing from one of the medics brought in to help speaking out on tiktok describing an under staffed medical team thrust into an out of control crowd. >> i had so many people reach out to me, tug on my jacket, grab my shoulder and was like, please help me. i broke my foot. please help me, i dislocated my shoulder. please help me, i feel like i'm going to pass out and i had to tell all of them, i will try to come back for you but people are literally dead right now that i need to go help.
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>> reporter: richardson says he blamed the crowd for what happened. they only wanted to get as close to the stage as possible. george, just a chilling firsthand account of what was happening at that concert. >> marcus moore, thank you so much. we're now going to get the latest on the pandemic. pfizer has formally asked the fda to authorize booster shots for everyone 18 and over. trevor ault is at pfizer headquarters in new york with the details. good morning, trevor. >> reporter: good morning, george. so pfizer was turned away from this sweeping booster shot approval just six weeks ago but they believe they have the data to go for it once again. what the company is presenting are the findings from a trial of 10,000 participates that was done during the delta variant wave and shows it raises efficacy to 95% regardless of a person's age. the only people vaccinated by pfizer who are eligible for a booster shot are people 65 and up or those considered high risk because of other health conditions or their work.
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leading health experts like dr. anthony fauci have been saying it is likely boosters will soon be available to all adults and there are reports this could come even before thanksgiving and it's possible the fda could simply authorize and make the announcement of the authorization publicly without bringing it before a panel as they did the first time. robin? >> we'll wait and see, thank you. now to the case against kyle rittenhouse, the man charged with killing two people during protests in wisconsin last year. prosecutors shown dramatic drone video of the shooting as the defense kicks off its case. alex perez is at the courthouse in kenosha, wisconsin, for us. good morning, alex. >> reporter: hey, good morning, robin. that drone video was sent to a crime lab to be enhanced as it was being shown. jurors were taking a lot of notes. this morning, kyle rittenhouse's defense calling more witnesses after prosecutors rested their case tuesday. the prosecution showing jurors new key evidence, enhanced drone video that captured the moments rittenhouse shot and killed
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joseph rosenbaum. the medical examiner who performed rosenbaum's autopsy testifying he believes of the several shots rosenbaum suffered it was the shot that entered his back that killed him. >> if an individual is moving forward and they sustain that injury, that entered by the groin and went to the hip, could that cause them to fold forward? >> that's possible. >> reporter: prosecutors argue rosenbaum fell forward because of his injuries, but the defense arguing rosenbaum wasn't falling but lunging towards rittenhouse to grab his weapon. >> if i had my hands out i'm even closer, correct? >> yes. >> if i'm lunging and going for your gun, which is an extension away from your body, closer still? >> yes. >> reporter: the defense calling to the stand others who were patrolling the streets alongside rittenhouse during protests in august of 2020. some say rosenbaum made threats that night. >> rosenbaum started shouting
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back at us that he's going to -- pardon me, judge, for saying this and everybody else -- but he was going to kill us [ bleep ]. >> reporter: nicholas smith saw rittenhouse after the shooting describing him as sweating and pale. >> he repeats i just shot someone over and over. >> reporter: rittenhouse did at one point in court look away when the jury was being shown some graphic pictures. it remains unclear if he'll take the stand in his own defense. robin? >> all right, alex, we know you'll stay on the case for us. thank you. george? we turn to a new government forecast on skyrocketing fuel bills. gasoline, natural gas and home heating all seeing price spikes. rebecca jarvis has the latest. >> reporter: according to those new numbers released by the energy information administration, everything from your pump prices to heating your home is going to cost americans more in the coming weeks. they expect the nearly half of u.s. households using natural gas will spend 29% more on their fuel bills this year than last winter. 48% more if it's a particularly cold winter.
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heating oil is expected to jump 39% from last year. propane is expected to rise 46% and electricity is expected to increase 6%. meantime, consumers are also paying more on everything from their groceries to their clothes, cars and shelter. just moments ago the bureau of labor reporting that inflation jumped 6.2% in october versus a year ago to a 30-year climb. >> what about gas prices? >> the department of energy expects gasoline prices which are currently at their highest monthly average since september of 2014 to continue climbing this month to an average of $3.32 a gallon before falling so they will and they are expected to fall next month to $3.16 a gallon on average. some better news there. george? >> rebecca jarvis, thanks. michael? all right, george, turning now to the basketball debate, making noise on the court after using the same basketball for nearly 40 years, the nba switched it up and some of the players are crying foul. t.j. holmes is here to break it
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all down. t.j., shooting percentage is down this year. >> i brought props. >> what you got? >> for the past 37 years nba officially used spaulding as the official ball. for this year they switched to wilson, a different company. what's the big deal? same leather from the same place, same specifications, both round, orange and bounce. what is the big deal? big deal is -- let's put the graphic up and tell you what people are talking about. the percentages this year, the shooting percentages are down two or three percentage points and a point and a half field goal percentage. so this, guys, with the new ball it must mean it's the ball's fault, right? nba superstar paul george? >> not to make an excuse or anything, it's a different basketball. it don't have the same touch and softness that the spaulding ball had and, you know, you'll see this year, there's going to be a lot of bad misses. >> okay, so some players are
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starting to say the ball feels different. i have both. both are brand-new. spaulding and wilson. they do feel a little different. does this mean it's the ball's fault? the answer probably is no. the lower percentages in line with previous years if you go back five plus years. so that's not a big deal. also some differences in the officiating with the foul calls having an impact on maybe some of the field goal percentages and then, guys, depth perception. remember last year the guys played in empty arenas most of the year. so had a crowd behind them so depth perception is different so it's probably not the ball. >> why did they switch? >> the second one, see, it wasn't the same. >> what happened was -- >> george, it's just business. it's a different company, different priorities down the road so just a different business partnership but the ball is probably the same. >> just looking at that makes me think of "castaway." it's hard to say spaulding instead of wilson. i like wilson. >> that's what he got out of
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this. >> depth perception, we'll take it as that. >> thank you, t.j. a lot more coming up including an abc news exclusive with the district attorney leading the investigation of the "rust" movie set. addressing allegations of sabotage and the possibility of criminal charges. that's only on "gma" this morning. our big "gma" expedition to the frozen wild of antarctica. but first let me just say i purposely went off with the second shot. i could have done it better but let's go to ginger. >> i couldn't have caught it either way. so kitsap county, washington, only two tornado warnings since 1960 in their history. one was yesterday. damaging winds in parts of washington state down through northern california. that storm moves east. severe weather possible for dallas tonight. your local weather in 30 seconds. first the rainy cities sponsored by target.
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bye. >> bye. ♪ >> three days. easy peasy. ♪ hello world ♪ back here on "gma." there is, antman, the superhero himself. paul ruud has just been named "people's" sexiest, sexiest man alive. you're going to find out his reaction and his wife's reaction. that's going to be good. >> my guess is she kept it real. >> as wives do. i'm sure, yes. we have a lot of headlines we're following including the breaking news overnight, a major ruling by a federal judge against former president trump. he rejected trump's claim of executive privilege to keep the house committee investigating the january 6th insurrection from gaining access to his white house records. the committee is zeroing in on
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the former president's inner circle issuing 16 subpoenas in the past two days. president biden at the port of baltimore to tout his newly passed infrastructure deal. the administration is already quickly gearing up to put money on short and long-term solutions for the supply chains facing the country. nobel peace prize winner and human rights activist malala got married. the 24-year-old sharing the news on instagram with pictures of the ceremony at home in england with their family. she gained international recognition for taking on the taliban and them stopping girls from going to school. congratulations. >> great to see. we've got a lot more ahead including expedition "gma," our journey to the bottom of the earth. amy robach is live at antarctica going through one of the
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roughest crossings on the planet. that is coming up. george? right now we're getting an interview with the santa fe district attorney leading the investigation into the movie set of alec baldwin. we go to kaylee hartung who is live in new mexico. >> reporter: george, we're three weeks in a case that brought international attention to new mexico but the d.a. is not rushing the process. she says until the sheriff's department hands over all the evidence to her, her hands are tied. so she warns it could be months more before she's able to determine who if anyone is criminally liable. >> so prosecutors have to deal in facts and evidence. >> reporter: the santa fe district attorney deciding whether to press charges after that fatal movie shooting in an exclusive interview with abc news now refuting claims by the attorneys hired to defend crew members at the center of the investigation. how did live ammunition end up on the set? >> we don't have an answer to that yet. i know that some defense attorneys have come up with conspiracy theories and used the word sabotage. we do not have proof. >> do you believe sabotage is a
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possibility? >> no. >> reporter: just last week on "gma" an attorney for the film's armorer trying to turn attention away from the 24-year-old in charge of all weapons onset. >> 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. >> if it were to be found that this was a case of sabotage, would you be looking at a murder charge? >> certainly a higher level of murder charge than we would potentially be looking at with the facts we have now, yes. the defense attorneys, we don't have the same information that they do but until we have it in our hands it doesn't play into the decision-making process. >> reporter: mary carmack-altwies is prepared to wait months for the investigation into halyna hutchins' death to be completed, but evidence so far suggests to her this tragedy was avoidable. >> i think the most concerning thing is that there were so many levels of failures on that set. >> is it your understanding that
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mre live rounds than that one were found on the set? >> yes. >> do you have an understanding of how many? >> i do, but i can't release that information at this time. >> are you concerned as a legal matter about the other live rounds found on the set? >> absolutely. we still don't know how they got on the set and how they got there i think will be one of the most important factors going into a charging decision. it's probably more important to focus on what led up to the shooting because the moment of the shooting, we know that at least mr. baldwin had no idea that the gun was loaded. so it's more how did that gun get loaded? what levels of failure happened and were those levels of failure criminal? >> how much have you learned about hannah gutierrez reed's qualifications to be in the job she was in?
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>> that's one of the areas of inquiry that we are certainly pursuing and that the detective that is in charge of this investigation is going to be asking her during her second interview. >> reporter: the chain of custody of the gun that fired the fatal shot has been called into question. do you know who loaded the gun? >> we do, yes. >> reporter: the d.a. declining to say who loaded it. according to a search warrant affidavit the assistant director dave halls handed the gun to alec baldwin, but his attorney on fox news saying he did not. >> in the affidavits it states that my client grabbed the gun off of a prop cart and handed it to baldwin. that absolutely did not happen. >> is it your belief that dave halls handed the gun to alec baldwin? >> yes, that does seem to be the case. >> reporter: authorities say nearly 100 people were on the new mexico set when the shooting occurred. more than half have already been interviewed.
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>> everyone initially was very cooperative, but adding in attorneys adds in an extra level of complication. we don't have laws that have been written for this kind of incident. >> there is no precedent for a case like this? >> certainly not in new mexico. >> are you prepared to press criminal charges? >> if the circumstances warrant it, absolutely. we will do our best to get justice for halyna hutchins and joel souza. >> reporter: the calls for change in halyna's name have been reverberating through hollywood and alec baldwin earlier this week saying he wants every set using guns, fake or otherwise, to have a police officer present to monitor weapon safety. the d.a. telling us she wants to be a part of that change that could come to film and television sets here in new mexico. guys? >> a lot of news there. thank you, kaylee. now to the latest in meghan markle's legal fight against the uk tabloids. after she won the privacy case the newspaper group is launching an appeal.
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james longman has the details. good morning, james. >> reporter: yeah, good morning, michael. when meghan won her case against the newspaper group, they celebrated as a victory over out of control tabloids. now that newspaper group is back in court and they're arguing meghan knew the letter she wrote to her father might have been made public. they're arguing that meghan knew the letter that she wrote to her father might be made public. they say it wasn't simply a personal note to a parent but a carefully constructed statement she knew there was a chance the world would read. speaking in court the lawyer for associated newspapers, they are "the mail," the fundamental point turns out to be false on the new evidence. the letter was crafted specifically with the potential of public consumption in mind because the claimant appreciated mr. markle might disclose it to the media. that new evidence is testimony from the couple's former communication secretary. meghan has responded to all this and have a listen.
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>> i won the case and this issue frankly has been going on when i had no children at all and now i have two children as you know. so it's an arduous process but me standing up for what's right. no matter how difficult it is, you know the difference between right and wrong, you must stand up for what's right and that's what i'm doing. >> reporter: now this is a three-day appeal and a judgment is expected very soon. guys? >> all right, james, thank you. and coming up next, expedition "gma." amy and our crew going through the treacherous drake passage from south america to antarctica. come on back. ♪ who's going to bring me back to life ♪
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back now with expedition back now with expedition "gma." amy and our crew on a journey to antarctica through the drake passage which stretches 500 miles between south america and antarctica. so let's check in with her right now. how is it going, amy? good morning. >> reporter: hey, robin. yeah, we're rocking and rolling inside one of the most sophisticated bridges on any passenger ship and that's because they're navigating what's outside. let me walk my way as carefully as i can outside to the drake passage. we actually entered into these rough waters about midnight last night. it woke me up out of my sleep at around 4:30 because we really
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were up and down and now my stomach is rolling even with my patch. i'm surviving here but these are a rite of passage. this passage, these waves for any sea explorer and the exciting thing is all of you are coming along with the ride without any of the nausea that goes along with it as we show you the first ever live drone shot from the infamous drake passage. >> we would like to be the first to welcome you. >> reporter: on the third day of our journey our crew arrived in ushuaia, argentina, to go on the "endurance." its first journey south since the pandemic shut it down. our floating home for the next two weeks as we explore antarctica and its wildlife from whales and seals to penguins. here we are pushing off the coast of argentina. we have 500 nautical miles ahead of us and some pretty rough seas
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before we finally reach the bottom of the earth. this morning, we face a new challenge. it was a rough night, very rocky and i'm feeling a little nauseated. we are now crossing drake passage, a place in the water where the atlantic and pacific ocean meet. the currents of each ocean crashing into each other causing swells and wind speeds at hurricane force. average depths of 11,000 feet. 30-foot waves are not uncommon. there aren't any land masses to slow down the strength of these waves and these photos prove it. taken on an earlier lindblad expedition they show the power of the drake passage as waves crash over the bow. >> see which way the breakfast goes for you tomorrow. there's magic ahead of us. >> reporter: we have another 24 hours before we see icebergs on the horizon. >> this is a spaceship on water. >> reporter: this is what this vessel is made for. built to navigate polar conditions, the "endurance" is
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sophisticated equipped with what's known as an x bow, a device that's built to slice through waves and create a smoother ride. expeditions like this one are put together by sven lindblad whose family legacy is built in ice. his father lars led the first group of people who were not trained expeditioners, many of them women, to antarctica back in 1966. now these expeditions highlighting the danger climate change poses to antarctica and the rest of the world. >> we're at a tipping point if we don't change our behavior real fast. >> what happens in antarctica affects the entire world. >> does not stay in antarctica. >> reporter: i have to say thank goodness for that x bow on this ship. we are navigating 18-foot swells right now and we're still feeling them but i can't imagine if we didn't have this technology with us. and get this, guys, you know i'm up for almost anything but i have been convinced once we get
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through the drake passage and we're in calmer waters to go snorkeling in antarctica. so it's all about the wildlife. i am told we'll get to see so many incredible things it will be worth it. we've seen a pin whale known as the greyhounds of these waters because they move so quickly and we just want to encourage anyone out there to follow "gma's" instagram page this week because we'll have special reporting, especially for kids as we navigate antarctica live from our polar newsroom. back to you guys. >> how did they convince you? >> reporter: um, they didn't really have to try that hard. >> that's you, amy. that's you. >> if you're going to snorkel there, amy, what do you have tor >> reporter: a dry suit and so i don't even know how long i can be in these waters but i'm going to need that information before i do it. >> important information, indeed. oh, cannot wait to see the rest of that. coming up next, we have
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good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. breaking news, the federal judge denies former president trump's efforts to keep his white house documents secret, including videos and photos related to the january 6th insurrection. new fallout overnight for aaron rodgers. the star quarterback and the packers now facing a fine for violating covid protocols. "real housewife" horror. new video from the terrifying home invasion of dorit kemsley. what the reality star is saying this morning and why sharing certain information on social media could pose a risk. "gma's" hot holiday toy finder experiment. with consumers seeing more than 2 billion out of stock messages last month, can you still find
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the hot gifts this season? saluting our heroes. don't miss the life-changing surprise for two inspiring marine veterans. this morning, we are live somewhere in america bringing the community together to honor this young family. ♪ can't get enough of your love, babe ♪ can't get enough of paul rudd. he is one of the funniest guys in hollywood. >> some people are not luckiest enough to be as naturally adorable as you are. >> stop it. making me blush. >> from a teenage dream to a marvel super hero, now paul rudd is people's sexiest man alive. ♪ shake it for me ♪ "gma" is crashing country music's biggest night. >> love you, "gma." >> behind the scenes with cma host luke bryan. >> welcome to the secret area. >> lara live from nashville. we're getting the party started with jimmie allen, old dominion and some early winners and look who is saying -- >> all: good morning, america. >> good morning, america.
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♪ this is, indeed, "gma." good morning, america. such an exciting morning. great to see amy where she was and lara, she's live on broadway in nashville. she's got jimmie allen with her, old dominion. they're getting ready for the cma awards and we cannot wait to check in with lara and jimmie allen coming up. >> going to be a lot of fun. also this morning, our rob marciano is about to surprise two marine veterans who have no idea that they are about to be on "gma." it's going to be a life-changing experience coming up. >> they better not look outside their door. we're going to begin with the news starting with the major ruling overnight by a federal judge against former president trump. rejecting trump's claim of executive privilege to keep the house committee investigating the january 6th insurrection from gaining access to his white house records. we'll go back to our chief white house correspondent jon karl on capitol hill. good morning, jon. >> reporter: good morning, george.
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if this federal judge ruling stands, the january 6th committee will get access to a treasure trove of white house documents, possibly including videos and photographs that would shed light on exactly what donald trump and his top aides were up to right before and during the capitol riot. donald trump had sued to prevent the national archives from turning his white house documents and records over to the january 6th committee. invoking the doctrine of executive privilege that a president has a right to get confidential advice from his aides. but the judge flatly rejected the claim that executive privilege applies in this case, especially because donald trump is no longer president and the current president has agreed the documents should be released. his position that he may override the express will of the executive branch appears to be premised on the notion that his executive power exists in perpetuity, but presidents are not kings and plaintiff is not president. the committee is hoping to get call logs, emails and notes to determine what was happening
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inside the white house on and shortly before january 6th. they are also interested in video including outtakes of the infamous video trump released that night where he asked rioters to go home but he also praised them. >> we love you. you're very special. >> reporter: a source who was there for the taping that have video tells abc news that multiple earlier takes were rejected because trump praised the rioters but he didn't tell them to go home. a trump spokesperson said the former president trump will appeal the ruling. george, even if he doesn't win, the big question is how long will that appeal process take because if trump doesn't win, what he wants to do is to delay the work of this committee. >> yeah, that's been pretty clear. jon, thanks very much. robin? now the latest on that fallout for aaron rodgers and the packers. the quarterback and the team have been fined for violating covid protocols. let's go back to will reeve with more on this again. will, good morning. >> hey, robin.
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$1.6 million, that's how much aaron rodgers reportedly gets paid to play quarterback for the green bay packers per game. $14,650, that's the fine that he has to pay as a result of the nfl's investigation into his violation of covid protocols, so he's paying up and playing a little defense. overnight green bay packers quarterback aaron rodgers fined nearly $15,000 for attending a party unmasked and his team fined $300,000 for covid protocol violations, including allowing rodgers to go maskless at press conferences. >> rodgers tosses into the end zone. what a play. >> reporter: this as rodgers acknowledged the outrage over his vaccine stance. >> i misled some people about my status, which i take full responsibility of. >> reporter: the nfl does not have a vaccination mandate for its players or employees but has imposed strict protocols for unvaccinated players like rodgers. packers president mark murphy telling abc, we recognize the importance of adherence to the covid protocols to keep our team
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and organization safe and healthy. adding, we remain committed to operating within the protocols. the earliest rodgers can return to in-person team activities is saturday. >> i'm an athlete. i'm not an activist. so i'm going to get back to doing what i do best and that's playing ball. >> upon wrapping up its investigation, the nfl said the packers were made aware that future violations could result in more discipline. that would include a possible change of draft position or losing draft choices. the league went on to state green bay was fully cooperative in the investigation into those covid protocol violations. guys? >> all right, will, thank you. now to "people's" sexiest man of the year for 2021. that guy right there, paul rudd. we have loved watching him from his breakout role in "clueless" to saving the world as antman and when they asked paul he said i'm getting business cards made and he's hoping to get an invitation to dinner with former winners like george clooney, brad pitt and michael b. jordan. when they asked what his wife's
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reaction to the news was, he said she was stupefied. oh, boy. and to see more video go to people.tv.com and see all of the men featured in the issue, pick up the new issue on newsstands nationwide on friday. when i saw this i texted him this morning, i said, good morning, big sexy. he goes, you know what, michael, i'm just a man. almost like a regular person. it would make me sad if you felt funny talking to me now, even though i clearly kick off so much sexy heat. funny and sexy, paul. you're all of it, my friend. congrats to him. very well deserved. coming up, we have the new surveillance video of the terrifying home invasion for "real housewives" star dorit kemsley and the new warning about what you share on social media. and we are looking at just how challenging it may be to get some of the most popular toys this holiday season and what you can do to improve your chances. and lara is in nashville.
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♪ i see trees of green ♪ ♪ red roses too ♪ ♪ i see them bloom for me and you ♪ (music) ♪ so i think to myself ♪ ♪ oh what a wonderful world ♪ ♪ i want your loving and i ♪ i want your loving and i i want your revenge ♪ welcome back to "gma." that's lady gaga in the cast of "house of gucci," stunning the red carpet at the london premiere for the highly anticipated movie and we can't wait to have the cast right here
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on "gma" next week. and i had the chance to see the movie. >> what a great cast. >> it is some of the best acting you will ever see. it is fantastic. >> great. >> yeah, i could tell. >> i don't want to spoil it. now we're going to turn to our "gma" cover story and new surveillance video in that terrifying home invasion of "real housewives" dorit kemsley. janai norman has the story and what we should know about sharing information about our valuables online. good morning, janai. >> michael, good morning to you. dorit opening up about that scary night when she begged for her life and the lives of her two children saying her life was very much on the line. overnight "real housewife of beverly hills" star opening up to "extra" for the first time about the violent home invasion tat left her pleading for her life. >> i fought for my mine and my kids' lives. i got lucky. i kept thanking god i got out of there and my kids didn't wake up
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and they don't know anything about it. >> reporter: dorit kemsley revealing to "extra" special correspondent and fellow cast member teddy mellencamp some of the terrifying details of the moment in october when two masked men shatter a glass window breaking foo her encino mansion as she and her two children were inside. >> they were very surprised to see me at home. they pushed me to the ground and they said who else is in the house? i'm not going to use the curse words they used, but there was someone else that said just kill her. just kill her already. just kill her. and all i could think is i have to save these babies. i begged for my life and i begged for their life and i said, i don't care about any of it. take it all. i don't care about any of it. you can have it all. ple pleat, i'm a mother. i have little babies. please, they need me. please don't hurt me. >> reporter: this on the heels of the los angeles police releasing surveillance video of the intrusion. cameras capturing two suspects in hoodies hauling away what investigators say was $1 million
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worth of valuables stolen from inside including handbags and watches. the reality star known for living large. >> dorit, you buy every single thing? >> every single piece. i'm really particular. i want to wear what i want to wear. >> you pay retail for everything? >> yes. >> reporter: but experts warn to be careful about flaunting your health and whereabouts on social media, possibly making you a vulnerable target for a crime. >> when you are sharing like your vacations and where you're at like checking into the airport, you need to realize that you're not only putting yourself at risk, you're putting yourself and the people that are with you at risk as well. >> something to keep in mind being strategic about what you share online. sharing things after you've done them not posting where you will be or where you are and the expert we spoke with pointed out the background. be mindful about what you're sharing behind you, guys. >> yeah, makes a lot of sense. >> a lot of sense. thanks, janai. we move to supply solutions and "gma's" hot holiday toy finder.
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adobe released online shopping data revealing consumers have seen more than 2 billion out of stock messages in the last month alone. rebecca jarvis is back with more. good morning, rebecca. >> good morning, george. usually we think of black friday as the starting point for holiday sales season but this year it could be more like the finish line. we shop for some of the hottest toys of the season and here's what we found. >> tap three times. >> these toys are selling out like never before. >> reporter: the hot holiday toys flying offer the shelves. with many consumers already seeing nearly empty toy shelves like these, is it possible it's already too late to score the most popular toys? to find out we launched our own "gma" hot holiday toy finder. we picked six items from toy insider holiday gift guide and ordered them for october 1st and then a month later on november 1st. checking availability, shipping times and prices on amazon, target a wat. w 's time toli the batman bat
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tech transforming bat cave, j.j. doll, get a glow fairy finder and the print cam and lol house of surprises and the magic mixies magic cauldron. of the 18 total toys we ordered in our first round, six were already out of stock at the time. the lol omg surprise house is already sold out. as for delivery, all the items arrived in the window given at checkout but some taking longer than others like the batman bat cave from amazon taking 19 days. things like two-day shipping may be harder to come by. you could be buying toys now in november and you won't get them until mid december. >> reporter: for round two ordering the same items a month later on november 1st this time four out of the 18 toys were out of stock on all three websites. the hardest toy to find on our list -- >> magic mixies. >> reporter: the magic mixies
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magic cauldron. in pink sold out almost everywhere. all but one toy is expected to arrive within 11 days after we ordered but the big difference this time, prices. six toys sold by third parties on amazon and walmart.com for more than retail price. the batman bat cave usually selling for 100 bucks, now listed on amazon by a reseller for nearly $230. >> those resellers have the ability to really hike up those prices on toys well above the msrp. manufacturer's suggested retail price is something everyone needs to be aware of. you should always know what the msrp of a toy is before you go into your holiday shopping so that you can ensure that you're not overpaying for a toy. >> and here is our haul. walmart told us they've doubled toy assortment and are working to have the merchandise available in stores and online. amazon said it has policies in place to make sure third party sellers price products mpetivd 'lre ofrshaviate thos
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poart said the company added 30,000 jobs to help mitigate supply chain strain. they recommend using the shipped app for a smooth shopping experience, george. >> what other tips do you have, rebecca? >> there are some great things you can do. you can try signing up for an online inventory tracker like hotstock. you're told when an item is back in stock and you can also try the old fashioned way, ask retailers when they get new shipments in and be prepared to show up when the shipments arrive. finally avoid shipping delays, opt for in-store pickup if you can. that's one way to do it. as for all these toys we ordered weir we are donating them to toys for tots. george, if you want to play with the lol omg house of surprises first i'm sure we can box it up. >> i do not want to keep it from the kids.
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okay, rebecca, thanks. let's go to the ginger. >> thank you, george. we'll start on the connecticut river. cold mornings then warm days and you are seeing that fog move on over. but, boy, has it been beautiful autumn weather around here. we are going to see significant change, though, it comes with that storm that i was talking about in the pacific northwest moving across the nation today and by friday morning, look at the heavy rain. some of it could be in the one to three-inch range and behind that cold front, oh, it's chilly. look at the numbers by sunday morning, the windchill, ooh, in the 20s. let's get a check a little now to "gma" at the cmas.>>. we look forward to this every year. lara is there in nashville with
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a preview of the 55th annual cma awards happening tonight. how is it going there in music city, usa, lara? >> rr: bi i wh you were here. just love, love this town. love these fans. just a great event. we are right outside the bridgestone arena where the awards will be handed out on country's biggest night, luke bryan is hosting for the very first time. he's doing it solo but i'm here to tell you he's ready. he let me tag along as he prepares for the big night. behind this door, luke bryan, dressing room, number one. i'm going to go in, see how he's doing. hello. can i come in? yes, please. yes, please. >> no, i'm just playing. what's up? >> how are you? >> hi. >> how are you? >> good. >> welcome. to the secret area. >> yes. >> i'm reading my script. >> you are.
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are you ready? >> getting all my blake shelton jokes in line. >> are you going to go after him? >> yes. >> so cma awards secret number one, what will luke wear? >> oh, well, anyway, lee -- lee is not ready to disclose but this is the -- we got them laid out there. >> some choices. can i take a look at the script? >> no. >> come on! secret, cmas secret number two. i'm not allowed to show you anything else. what does luke bryan like to snack on? >> well, this is -- i did not request this. >> wow. >> but, you know -- >> the man likes cheese. >> yeah, i'm having to -- you know i'm on my -- i'm on my awards show -- no, i'm not, by the way. >> this is the award show diet. >> the problem with all this is when katy perry gets here, she's going to eat all this. >> wait. is she coming? >> yes. >> so what's happening here? this i believe is sort of -- >> this is all the important people. this is where the magic happens.
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>> yeah, i mean -- >> fake type, everybody. let's fake type. yes, for some strange reason, he is hosting tomorrow night. and we can't do a damn thing about it. >> everybody got that? >> of course. >> this is my world. >> this is red carpet. >> where all the press will be clamoring to get the first interview with you. what can we expect at the big show? >> the first thing for me is to stay out of the way of the music and let the, you know, let everybody really tell the story of country music and watch people -- watch artists' lives get changing by certainly winning awards. >> yep. so this is it. >> this is it and right here you get a little nervous already. that's what lets you know we're living. that's what we tell the kids on
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"idol." lets you know you're still living when you get amped up for stuff. >> break a leg, buddy. >> thanks for everything. she is awesome for covering all this. we love you. >> are you kidding me? >> love you, "gma." [ cheers ] >> and we love you, luke bryan. we also love this guy, jimmie allen, thank you so much for helping me with the cma awards. so good to have an insider. >> good to be here. thanks for having me. >> how great is jimmie? this guy just got off the set of "dancing with the stars" and flew all night. congratulations on doing so well on that show. >> thank you so much. it was a good time. we made it eight weeks. my partner emma was great. my wife was super supportive the whole time even though she saw me once every three weeks. i told her all the time, listen, here, that dancing is the real thing. i have so much respect for the dance community and the art of dancing and the passion they have. >> we had mad respect watching you. you did a great job. hopefully you had time to rehearse because you're performing live on the cmas. >> yeah. >> and nominated for best new artist. [ cheers and applause ]
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>> which rumare you more for? >> both. >> yeah. >> honestly, i feel like the best new artist category is easy. i'm either going to win or lose. either way -- >> that's true, 50/50. >> the performance, i got to remember the words to my own song. i performed with charley pride, rest in peace, mr. pride, last year and this year me and my band -- so, yeah, i ain't going to lie. i'm nervous. but it's going to be fun. >> i'll put you to work before then. we're rooting for you but let's celebrate your artist friends. we'll do two awards now for the cmas right here on "good morning america." you ready? >> yes. >> all right, the first category -- this is it. this is our award show moment. the first category is musical event of the year. this is a big one and the nominees are "buy dirt," jordan davis and luke bryan. "chasing after you," ryan hurd, maren morris, love it. "drunk and i don't want to go home," elle king and miranda lambert. "famous friends," chris young with kane brown.
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and "half of my hometown" kelsea ballerini featuring kenny chesney. and the award goes to -- >> "half of my hometown," kelsea ballerini and kenny chesney. congratulations. >> congratulations. we have one more award and i'm going to go quick. this is for music video of the year and the nominees are "chasing after you," ryan hurd, maren morris. "famous friends," chris young, kane brown. "gone," dierks bentley. "half of my hometown," kelsea ballerini featuring kenny chesney and "younger me" by the brothers osborne. >> the award goes to "half of my hometown," kelsea ballerini featuring kenny chesney. >> we'll have the rest of the winners tonight. we'll be back. we'll have the rest of the winners tonight. we'll be right back.
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>> good morning, everyone. abc 7 morning. going to start with the check of traffic. good morning. >> good morning. thank you. hi, everyone. we are going to start with a hi look at the bridge. look how packed it is for people traveling westbound. we have unconfirmed reports of two stalled vehicles that are blocking. so just a head's up that might increase your delays if you're headed in that area. we also have a confirmed stall. this is coming from the c.h.p. on the eastbound direction on the bay bridge. so just a head's up to you there. but traffic does appear to be moving. and the fog has moved out of the and the fog has moved out of the way, too. ♪ ♪ ♪ and the fog has moved out of the way, too. ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ the plot twist. ♪ the hero prevails. in hollywood, this would be the end. but our here, we are just getting started. introducing the all-new nissan frontier. >> thanks, ryan. the live doppler seven is quiet. it is going to turn to mostly sunny later this afternoon. little bit of fog out there, especially in the north bay. you can see napa, santa rosa, down to two miles visibility. the fog will linger for about the next hour and then it begins to clear out for brighter skies and warmer temperatures later on this afternoon. mid to upper 60's is what we'll hit later on today. kumasi, pretty average.
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kumasi: all right, thank you, drew. we will have another update in about 30 minutes. you can always find the latest on our app at abc7news.com. ♪ she got the hotel key ♪ ♪ she got the hotel key ♪ kelsey and kenny are off to a great start at the cmas. we are getting ready for the 55th annual cma awards happening live tonight in nashville, and you know as always, lara is smack dab right in the middle of all the action. good morning again, lara and jimmie. >> reporter: all we need is you, robin. i'm here with jimmy allen. how much fun is that? >> yes. >> thank you for doing this, our newest correspondent up for new artist of the year, by the way, at tonight's cma awards. that's where we are. so happy to be here and about to hear a live performance from your friends, old dominion. thank you for performing live right here. and you're going to tee it up, aren't you? >> i love old dominion. these guys write great song,
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great guys and this is their number one hit here, a song i love, "hotel key," y'all, old dominion. [ applause ] ♪ ♪ well, it was down some street we couldn't even pronounce ♪ ♪ we were stuck in the middle loving every ounce ♪ ♪ tequila was cheap but the flow we were feeling was real ♪ ♪ neither one of us looking for three little words ♪ ♪ unless those three words was do not disturb ♪ ♪ checkout was supposed to be noon but we slept in till three ♪ ♪ she kept the hotel key slipped it in her purse i guess ♪ ♪ it makes her think of me ♪ ♪ and that night we left our hearts on our sleeves ♪ ♪ and the clothes all over the floor ♪ ♪ we both know we can't open the door no more ♪ ♪ she kept the hotel key ♪ ♪ well, i could still see her on the bed sitting indian style ♪ ♪ with my t-shirt on and a half drunk smile ♪ ♪ she talked about austin and how she'd get back there someday ♪ ♪ we had the curtains wide open
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and a song on my phone ♪ ♪ we danced by the tv we never turned on ♪ ♪ and wondered would anyone miss us if we ran away ♪ ♪ but this isn't one of those stories that ends up that way, no ♪ ♪ she kept the hotel key slipped it in her purse, i guess ♪ ♪ it makes her think of me and that night we left our hearts on our sleeves ♪ ♪ and the clothes all over the floor ♪ ♪ we both know we can't open that door no more ♪ ♪ she kept the hotel key, yeah, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ ♪ ooh, ooh, ooh ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh ♪ ♪ we left the lights we left the crowd ♪ ♪ we left the world and locked
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it out ♪ ♪ she left a picture in my head she left a night i can't forget but ♪ ♪ she kept the hotel key slipped it in her purse, i guess ♪ ♪ it makes her think of me ♪ ♪ and that night we left our hearts on our sleeves ♪ ♪ and the clothes all over the floor ♪ ♪ we both know we can't open that door no more, she kept the hotel key ♪ ♪ yeah, she kept it she kept the hotel key ♪ ♪ slipped it in her purse i guess ♪ ♪ it makes her think of me ♪ ♪ and that night we left our hearts on our sleeves and the clothes all over the floor ♪ ♪ we both know we can't open that door no more ♪ ♪ she kept the hotel key ♪ ♪ oh, yeah she kept the hotel key ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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welcome back t welcome back to "gma." thanks to man-made snow, killington, vermont, skiing and snowboarding already. check it out. you can see it's man made because in the distance you don't see any snow. the university of vermont did a study about climate change and vermont and especially in winters they are warming rapidly. we have seen big change on the order of two degrees on average of a warming since 1900 for the state of vermont. you say two degrees doesn't sound big. it is when you spread it out and especially when you get into a snow season getting shorter. they told us precipitation has also increased significantly to 21% and what this means, why it's a big deal, about 70 bird species will disappear in about 25 years thanks to warming so there's something to pick you up
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on a wednesday. let's get a check a little now to a life-changing surprise for a marine veteran couple and their family on the birthday of the marine corps. rob marciano is making his way through the neighborhood to meet mario and amy perez and their kids with about 50 of their friends and new neighbors. rob, take it away. >> reporter: hey, michael, good morning. what a beautiful morning it is here in jacksonville, north carolina. the sun is coming up just off the marine corps base here, big military community and we're about to surprise this lovely family here. just around the corner i've got 50 of their closest friends and the marching band as well. they have done some incredible work, not just serving their
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country but serving their community and today they think that they're getting interviewed by the local station and they have no idea they're going to be on national tv, nor what they're about to get. [ cheers ] >> hey, guys. >> oh, my gosh. no way. >> good morning. i'm rob marciano with "good morning america." i know -- >> good morning. >> i know you think you're on local television. >> oh, my goodness. >> you are now live on national tv. "good morning america." you have 50 of your closest friends here, the luzerne high school marching band, reserve officers there, some of your best friends, tony, harold, sergeant major bo u.s. army engineer school. they're all here plus, of course, our friends at veterans united sponsoring this segment. hey, how did we do? did we surprise you? >> absolutely. >> i don't need you to cry yet. we've heard so much about your story and how much you have given to the community from your friends and neighbors and want
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to tell everyone about you. what do you think, guys? should we share the story with america? [ cheers ] have a look. have a look. ♪ >> reporter: they are the few, the proud, the first to fight. but they're also parents, spouses and leaders in their communities. >> we get to witness something amazing and be a part of something greater than yourself. >> reporter: they wear many hats but once a marine always a marine. across two tours and 24 countries, mario perez served for 13 years as an electrical systems technician touching many along the way. >> marine corps values, honor, courage and commitment. the hard thing is to live by it. that's one thing mario has done. the aspect of how he did his work, the character, how he took care of his marines, the self-development of always wanting to learn more. >> reporter: today he and his wife amy both veterans have been
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married for 14 years working together to make sure our nation's deployed and fallen are never forgotten. >> there is a saying act as if they deploy tomorrow because they could. at any time they could be up and gone the next day so you learn to appreciate to have the quality time together. >> reporter: these days they've traded active duty for parent duty to their two kids demetrius and iliana. the latest mission, operation house hunting. >> we've outgrown the house and the kids are getting bigger. >> reporter: an oversaturated market made the process anything but simple. >> if you saw a house that popped up for sale, there were 70 people lined up to see it and putting tens of thousands of dollars more over the asking price. so it was just tough. >> reporter: that's where our sponsor, veterans united home loans comes in. they help turn heroes into homeowners and believe veterans help make communities a stronger, safer, better place to live.
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>> it allows our veterans to go out there into the world and continue to do the good work they started doing while in the service and now they continue as citizens. >> reporter: actor and comedian rob riggle a former marine who served 23 years and spokesperson for veterans united helping launch the campaign #thankstoveterans. >> it gives every family a sense of safety and security that they have a home, a place to always come back to. >> they weren't able to see this piece, but it was so nice to see your response to it. your kids are here as well. you know, one thing our viewers are learning also is that you finally after searching for so long bought this home. >> yes. >> you closed on it yesterday, right. >> we'll put this sold sign and congratulate you on that. how about that? okay. [ cheers and applause ] and not only that but i hope you don't mind i got a copy of your mortgage there. i know there was a lot of blood, sweat and tears in this. you got to get the paperwork. you got to get approved. takes a lot to get a mortgage
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like this. but, you know what, it's no good anymore because veterans united home loans has paid off your home. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ best day of my life ♪ >> free and clear. you don't owe a dime because of what you've done for your community and your country. >> you guys deserve this. >> he's right. you do deserve it. >> well deserved. >> what is this gift going to feel like for your family, your beautiful children? >> i don't even know what to say. [ laughter ] >> i mean, you saved and then you looked and finally found it. what kind of relief is this for you, mario? >> everything. i mean, it's unreal. i mean to even think that -- i mean never would have thought anything like this -- i'm out of words. i'm sorry. [ laughter ] oh, wow. >> have you settled in?
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are you moved in? are you going to stay here for good you think? >> i think so. i think so. >> reporter: we love it. can we get the band going on this because this is just fantastic. yes, sir. all right. we want to thank you for your service of course. we want to thank -- you know, veterans united is giving away not just one home loan, but 11 throughout the entire country. how about that? for veterans like you who are well deserving of that. for you to get involved in this it's really easy because one lucky veteran will win a sweepstakes. go to "good morning america" facebook or instagram page and you will be able to get involved there and get all the details there. >> what do you think about that? >> it's amazing. >> not bad. what a beautiful community. i'm so honored to be here. happy veterans day, happy birthday to the marines.
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happy veterans day. can i get an hoo rah? beautiful day. >> reporter: back to you guys. >> that truly is life changing. it really is. >> gives you chills to watch it. >> what that veterans group is doing, 11 families are going to be impacted by that. to see them today and when they were ripping up -- you could see both the husband and wife like what is going on? >> yeah, congrats and thank mario and amy for their service and any time you make a marine cry, you know it's something. i love that. coming up, everybody. old dominion, they're going to perform live in nashville. we'll be right back. there the guys are. ♪ "gma's" home for a hero is sponsored by veterans united home loans.
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♪ because all i know about girls is the wild world won't spin without them ♪ ♪ welcome back to "gma." we're going back to lara right
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there with one of tonight's nominees, old dominion. >> reporter: hey, george, great crowd here in nashville. beautiful day and i'm standing with old dominion going to play another song for us in just a minute. >> thank you guys for that. thanks for the live show. >> yeah, thanks for having us. >> getting ready for the cmas but want to catch up with you nominated for vocal group of the year. [ cheers and applause ] three times. three times you guys have brought home the award. are you nervous on the fourth? >> no, not at all. but i mean, you know, whatever happens happens but i think it'll be a good night no matter what. >> that's a great attitude. it really is such a feeling of community being here and with the artists. what is it about the cma award show that is so special to you guys? >> special thing is for us we're always on tour and, you know, these are our friends, these artists are our friends and never get to see them. so we get to hang out with our buddies and celebrate their success to. >> congrats on the new album i know you made during the lockdown. were you in nashville
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altogether? >> no. we went it asheville, north carolina, spent three weeks there. >> got in a groove and wrote an album. i love the title "time, tequila and therapy." and i asked you guys which did you have the most of? >> probably tequila. >> i said yes. >> you said yes to all of it. well, some great tunes came out of it so thank you for that. [ cheers and applause ] it must feel good to be back out and see people and be performing live again and they have some concerts coming up. >> absolutely, even if it's at 6:00 in the morning, whatever time it is. >> it's great. >> thank you for doing that. >> thanks for having us. >> who are you most excited to see tonight? any old friends you want to catch up with. >> there's so many good people. eric church will bamazg. think ashleycbryde, ng. it'll be awesome. brothers osborne playing. >> any thoughts on mr. luke bryan hosting solo? >> oh, it's going to be great. >> he's totally going to mess it up, dude, but it's going to be awesome. >> will you guys be razzing him? >> we were giving him a little bit of a hard time yesterday at
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rehearsal. >> he's ready, though. i got to be with him yesterday and he's excited. it's going to be a great show. this is going to be a great show right now because you will sing a new song called "all i know about girls." >> yes. >> let's do it. old dominion, everybody. thanks, guys. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ ♪ i'm a jack of all trades and a master of none ♪ ♪ a renaissance man if there's ever been one ♪ ♪ got a pretty good handle on a lot of things but i ain't figured out everything ♪ ♪ 'cause all i know about girls is the wide world ain't gonna spin without 'em ♪ ♪ but it'll spin around 'em all i know about girls ♪
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♪ is you best get out of their way and shut your damn mouth if she got something to say ♪ ♪ it's like, yeah, baby, no baby, whatever you want, baby ♪ ♪ whatever it is, it's all my fault ♪ ♪ all i know about girls is ♪ ♪ all i know about girls is i don't know nothing at all ♪ ♪ it's probably the reason hemingway drank or all the lovesick blues that were written by hank ♪ ♪ they all got stuck right where i am just like every other man ♪ ♪ 'cause all i know about girls is the wide world ain't gonna spin without 'em ♪ ♪ but it'll spin around 'em all ♪ ♪ all i know about girls is you
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best get out of their way and shut your damn mouth if she got something to say ♪ ♪ it's like, yeah, baby, no, baby, whatever you want, baby ♪ ♪ whatever it is, it's my fault all i know about girls is ♪ ♪ all i know about girls is i don't know nothing at all ♪ ♪ i'm a jack of all trades and a master of none but they sure make learning fun ♪ ♪ 'cause all i know about girls is the wide world ain't gonna spin without 'em ♪ ♪ but it'll spin around 'em ♪ ♪ all i know about girls is you best get out of their way ♪ ♪ shut your damn mouth if she got something to say ♪ ♪ you be like, yeah, baby, no, baby, whatever you want, baby ♪ ♪ whatever it is, it's my fault ♪ ♪ all i know aboutir iss i dot nng at l ♪ chee
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america." ♪ all i know about girls ♪ big thanks to old dominion and jimmie allen for joining us. big thanks to old dominion and jimmie allen for joining us. cma awards tonight at 8:00, 7:00 central on abc. >> always a fun watch. and what a great surprise for mario and amy perez, tears of joy when the couple found out their home is now paid in full. >> awesome. >> bless you for your service. ♪ bring it on home ♪ full. >> awesome. >> bless you for your service. ♪ bring it on home ♪
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>> building a better bay area, moving forward and finding solutions. this is abc7 news. >> good morning. here is traffic. jobina: walnut creek, 680 in the southbound direction, it is a slow ride. we are looking at residual delays. same thing at the toll plaza. we are giving you an overall look at the map. you can see the slow stretch all the way through the east bay, especially down 80. drew: we are looking from the golden gate bridge. we have cleared our skies, sunshine is breaking through. the clouds are breaking down. we still have fog at the northbay. from santa rosa to half moon bay, visibility is low as zero miles, but the fog will lift in the next couple hours and we will be in the mid to upper 60's this afternoon.
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>> time for "live with kelly and ryan." have a g >> announcer: it's "live with kelly and ryan!" today, from the new series, "ragdoll," lucy hale. plus, recording artist and oscar winner jon batiste. also tips for improving the air quality in your home. and the amazing ali wentworth is back at the co-host desk. all next on "live!" ♪ ♪ [cheers and applause] and now, here are ryan seacrest and ali wentworth! [cheers and applause] ♪ ♪ >> ryan: morning. >> ali: morning. >> ryan: hi, deja. good morning. [cheers and applause] >> ali: thank you. >> ryan: hello. come on. come on. good morning.

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