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typhoon haiyan is blasting ashore in what would be stronger than a category five hurricane, if such a thing existed. in u.s. history only hurricane andrew ravaged florida in 1982 comes close. there are fears it may inflict a historic catastrophe. larry jacobs, abc news, new york. >> so scary. with catastrophic wind gusts and up to a foot of rain this typhoon could definitely go to our history books. >> our coverage continues with accu-weather meteorologist jim dickey. >> the good news is the storm has likely reached the peak intensity. earlier on, wind gusts, 160, 170 miles an hour that's about as bad as you can see from one of the systems here. still likely gusts to 125 mile an hour range. causing widespread destruction. the rain continues to pour down as well. many spots eight to 12 inches of rain nosing in to manila. john, diana, back to you.
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>> thank you the, jim. we will monitor damage reports all morning long as we track this typhoon. we will have extensive updates later this morning on good morning and "america this morning." now let's check our national forecast. over than some lingering rain and snow, we're going to have in the northwest, we have some lake effect snow around the great lakes, as well. most of the nation can plan on mild and dry days. however, it will be a very windy from montana to wyoming and across the corn belt. temperatures coast to coast will be in the 50s and 60s. the southwest some summer-like readings in the 70s and 80s. all right an ohio man recovering after a dramatic explosion in suburban cleveland. it was captured on camera. one of the propane tanks he was delivering fell off the forklift and the ran over it. a huge fire ball erupted just as a car was passing by. it sounded like a bomb but the man managed to escape with smoke coming from his body and already is released from the hospital. another disturbing allegation against richey
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incognito already accused of bullying a teammate. he allegedly harassed a volunteer during the dolphins annual golf tournament last year. he's accused of touching the woman's privates with a golf club, rubbing himself up against her and pouring a bottle of water on her face. the woman told police that others witnessed the incident but didn't stop incognito who was reportedly drunk. >> he is not the only high-profile sports figure to be linked to anger issues. rutgers basketball coach mike riels was fired for physically and verbally abusing his college players. it cause caught on tape. she speaking out in an interview with robin roberts. rice his he is a changed man. >> how do you defend throwing a ball at players, striking players, verbal abuse, the anti-gay slurs? >> you don't. it's unacceptable. it's something that i'll never get over. >> reporter: rice insists he's changed for the better since the scandal broke in new jersey six months ago.
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>> there you see him with his wife and his wife during this interview said it has been devastating for their entire family. >> absolutely. his reputation and they have to pay the bills and this is a high-paying job he had and i'm sure that's -- got to get a new career at this point. >> absolutely. and also what save it says about her husband and the environment he might be creating in his own home if this is the way he is treating kids under his belt. >> you hope he's changing. i think everybody deserves a second chance. everybody. >> absolutely. hopefully he has changed and hopefully he gets a second chance and makes it right. >> you will see the full interview on "good morning america" and 20/20 by the way. now we start with the redskins visiting the viking. washington had a ten-point lead at halftime thanks to rg3. >> minnesota scoring the final 20 points and defense forcing griffin in to three straight incompletions. minnesota holding off 34-27. college ranks stanford hosting oregon.
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both teams in the top five the cardinals bate 26-0 lead shutting out the ducks high-speed offense until well in to the fourth quarter but oregon staged a late comeback. including a 65 yard return of a blocked field goal attempt. it wasn't enough, though. stanford takes down oregon for the second straight here. the final score 26-20. i'm going to come out and say, i don't follow -- >> not your thing. >> probably because my school hofstra is never anywhere near. >> hofstra pride. >> that's us. >> that is slightly better than my violets. the violet. struck fear in the hearts. >> the violent violets. >> coming up, the date "star wars" fans have been waiting for. and a happy moment in a courtroom that brightened the lives of 50 children. you are watching "world news
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north carolina to honor one of the most admired pillars of faith. >> as dan harris reports it was graham who gave them a birthday gift. >> no man come to the father but by me. >> reporter: the preacher seems slower these days but his final message to america still clear as a bell. >> our country's in great need of a spiritual awakening. there have been times as i have gone city to city and i've seen how far people have wandered from god. >> reporter: his final sermon shot over the past year in billy graham's mountain top home in north carolina. here he is in his favorite chair with his dog by his side. this son of dairy farmers, minister to every president since truman and brought the gospel directly in to america's living rooms, but in private he is a surprisingly hum able man. married to the same woman ruth
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for more than 60 years. she died in 2007 with. the grahams spoke with diane in 1992. . the grahams spoke with diane in 1992. >> his favorite meal is can of vienna sausages, cold tomatoes and a can of baked beans, all cold dumped on a plate. his favorite meal. a man like that has to be -- >> reporter: throughout his life it's been the gospel that has sustained him. >> is there one passage of a scripture or one part of a hymn that never fails to make you feel great? >> what a friend we have in jesus. eisenhower's favorite hymn and my favorite hymn. ♪ what a friend we have in jesus ♪ >> reporter: today on this video what maybe billy graham's final public prayer. >> i invite you to come in to my heart and life. i want to trust and follow you as my lord and savior in jesus name, amen.
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>> he's very direct in the final message arguing that america is in spiritual peril but there is hope in the form of the gospel. it's remarkable to watch this man who's seen so much change in the course of his public ministry but his core message has not changed one bit. dan harris, abc news, new york. >> amazing man. >> his staff says over the course of his lifetime he has probably reached an audience between broadcast and radio of 2.2 billion people and i have a funny feeling they are conservative about that. >> since 1955 gallup has had a poll of the most admired men and women and billy graham is on the list more than any other person. since 1955. >> i'm not surprised. >> transcends whatever faith. everybody admires this man. he's a great man. >> reason to. rihanna proving you do not need a glass to enjoy happy hour. and a surprise celebrity wedding that was over in minutes. find out who orchestrated the whole thing. it is coming up next in "the skinny."
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minutes. find out who orchestrated the whol >> announcer: "world news now" continues after
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♪ skinny ♪ so skinny >> all right. welcome in to "the skinny." once again, rhihanna is in the news once again. if it was anybody else nobody
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would blink but because it is rihanna we hav show ♪ so skinny >> all right. welcome in to "the skinny." once again, rihanna is in the news once again. if it was anybody else nobody would blink but because it is rihanna we have to show you. she was in a club in barbados. the sugar trawl lounge. >> what is she drinking out of. >> a stiletto. >> it is a glass stiletto or is it leather and gross and sweaty and nasty? >> that's the question. this is posted by a fellow club goer post ed on instagram but the question is it her raggedy old stiletto she is drinking out of because she is so cool or a new glass ware we are so behind and don't know about because she's riri and we are not. questions, questions, questions. >> i really hope it is made of glass. >> probably is. probably being silly. >> okay. let's talk about kaley cuoco and ryan sweeting. the tennis player and tv actress from "big bang theory." >> kind of losing it on this friday. ellen always knows how to have fun. she arranges and surprises kelly
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kaley cuoco with a mock wedding to her fiance. check it out. >> take my rings. here. >> take my rings. here. here. >> this isn't legal, right? >> it is legal. >> does this look real to you. >> power invested in me by google search you guys are married. >> only ellen can pull it off. >> is it official. >> no. it is a mock wedding but looked official. >> she talked about how she swore off love before she met him and she wasn't in it to and by the second date she was like oh, yeah. this is it. >> she is pretty. look at that picture. listen to this. "star wars" episode seven, we have a date for its release. it will be released december 18th, 2015. we have a while before we will see this. disney bought "star wars," one
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of the biggest movie franchises, from lucas films in 2012 and production has begun. shooting will begin in spring 2014 and it will be heavy hitter names here. j.j. abrams will district it. he directed "mission impossible 3", "star trek" and scripted by abrams and lawrence kasdan who scripted "raiders of the lost ark," "return of the jedi." in good company. there you have it, everybody. it is coming on out. >> i hope it is good. >> it's going to be excellent. disney is behind it. >> disney is the parent company so if it is not good we will say it is good any way. >> it will be great. >> jay-z getting him in legal hot water any way. he is being sued. manhattan record label wants to drag him in to court. i guess they haven't done it yet. this is courtesy of "the daily news." they socked the brooklyn rapper and his record company with a copyright infringement lawsuit. saying he copied a '60s jam and he will have to defend himself.
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the track "run this town" features rihanna and kanye west and samples hook and sling dozens of times allegedly according to the suit. i guess it goes with the territory but we'll see what happens.
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♪ we are family i've got all my sisters and me ♪ >> many of us take our families for granted forgetting there are many children out there who are praying to sing the words "we are family." >> yesterday in texas 50 children had those prayers answered. >> reporter: at the juvenile justice center the usual somber atmosphere is overflowing with smiles and the laughter of little ones. the halls and courtrooms are transformed in to the enchanted emerald city from the "wizard of oz." >> it is a fairy tale beginning too, right? >> emma franco went in to foster care as a toddler.
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the 16-year-old is dressed as dorothy but she won't have to click her heels together to go home. instead -- >> adoption granted. >> reporter: the gavel gives her a forever family. anna wishes more people would open their hearts to the many children who need a place to call home. >> they have a chance at getting a family and a new start and they can change the world for us. >> reporter: for aaron martinez and his brother and sister the wait is finally over. >> i'm excited. because i will have a brother and sister and a new mom and dad. >> it's been a long process, and we're ready to, you know, finish. >> tell the truth and nothing but the truth. say yes. >> yes. >> in a courtroom filled with family and friends. >> are you asking the court to grant this adoption today. >> yes. >> tears flow as the youngsters get a new last name.
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a fairy tale ending to their time in foster care. >> adoption granted. >> adoption granted. >> adoption granted. >> very good. >> reporter: and a new beginning. >> this town's gone through a rough time in the last week or so. we have had a lot of people lose a lot, their homes, their children, their friends, their families, and today as we pause we get to watch the magic of making a family. >> wow. >> wonderful. the statistics for children who live in foster care are startling. there are 40,000 children living without permanent families right now in the foster care system. some of them will go on to adulthood without ever being adopted. >> each year 27,000 children age out. are you tearing up again? >> i am. >> you are now -- how much are you docked every time you tear up? >> half of my paycheck. >> i think 5 bucks. you owe 10 bucks to the wnn pizza fund. >> i'm on it. get my wallet.
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breaking news this morning -- one of the most powerful storms ever. it's landed into the philippines this morning, wreaking havoc, with winds around 200 miles per hour. millions of people caught in its path. here at home, a rare presidential apology. >> i am sorry that they are finding themselves in this situation. >> president obama, talking to americans losing their health care coverage, despite his assurances. critics are already calling it half-hearted. a delivery in the nation's heartland. and the driver who survives a fireball. for the second-straight year, stanford pounds out a win over oregon. and their fans take to the field to celebrate.
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good friday morning. going to get right to it now. a giant storm, bearing down on the philippines this morning. ripping through the vulnerable islands with deadly force. >> it's being called a supertyphoon. one of the most powerful on the planet. winds have toppled 200 miles an hour. and the storm is far from over. we begin with abc's dan harris. >> reporter: it's called supertyphoon haiyan. it's 300 miles wide. and it's bearing down on the philippines right now. this storm has had wind gusts of 235 miles per hour. that is comparable to an extremely powerful category 5 hurricane. evacuations have been ordered. and officials are preparing people for significant risk to both lives and property. as it hit land, the sustained winds, as opposed to the wind
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gusts, were recorded at an unheard of 195 miles per hour. by comparison, the massively destructive superstorm sandy, carried gusts of 80 miles per hour. and hurricane katrina, the worst in recent american history hit with 120-mile-per-hour winds. but this one is much bigger. and the warnings from officials found like something you hear before the start of a war. at this hour, we still do not know the extent of the damage. we may not know for a long time. but officials have predicted that some areas will lose power or be left completely uninhabitable for weeks or months. and what's not directly impacted by the high winds of the storm could face serious flooding from a severe storm surge. >> simply incredible images already. this is the 24th serious storm to hit the philippines this year alone. and you heard dan make a reference to war. >> the philippine government has mobilized cargo planes, dozens
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of military helicopters there will be more about this massive storm coming up on "gma." our other big story, fresh fallout over obama care. the president apologizing to americans who were dropped from their insurance plan. >> experts fixing say new problems are popping up. abc's tahman bradley joins us from washington with the very latest this morning. good morning, tahman. >> reporter: good morning, diana and john. we heard the president admit that the rollout has not gone according to plan. we also heard the president say that he feels personally responsible for fixing it. but what we have not heard are the words, i'm sorry, until now. president obama is apologizing to americans being forced off their health insurance plans by his reform law. >> i am sorry that they, you know, are finding themselves in this situation, based on assurances they got from me. >> reporter: the nbc news interview is the confession. for years, the president made
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this pledge. >> if you like your plan, you can keep your plan. >> reporter: the obama administration says 80% of americans are eligible to keep their coverage. but millions are being forced to shop for new plans because of the standards established by the affordable care act. mr. obama admits, he should have explained it better. >> we weren't as clear as we needed to be in terms of the changes takes place. >> reporter: the apology is not enough for angry republicans. mitch mcconnell said, if the president is truly sorry for breaking his promises to the american people, he'll do more than just issue a half-hearted apology on tv. some lawmakers want the administration to add flexibility to obama care, allowing americans the freedom to keep their plans if they choose. the white house insists those people losing their insurance will soon get a better deal. under obama care, insurance companies are now required to provide more basic coverage. americans are finding it difficult to enroll. technicians for are discovering new problems by the day.
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but the administration, john and diana, insists that website is going to be fully up and running by the end of the month. >> a lot of skeptics out there. tahman, a couple senators offering up a change to obama care. what's their plan? >> senator mark dirk, a republican, and joe manchin, a democrat, have introduced legislation a delay for individual mandate requiring americans to buy health insurance or play a penalty. american businesses back in july were allowed to delay the rollout of obama care. now, the american people should bellowed a delay because of all those website woes. >> abc's tahman bradley, live in washington for us this morning. thank you. another note from the white house. a new report saying the government shutdown last month cost the u.s. between $2 billion and $6 billion in lost productivi productivity. that's due to federal workers staying home. new signals this morning there could be a major breakthrough in nuclear talks with iran. secretary of state kerry is making an unscheduled trip to
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join negotiations. iran's plan to cap some of the activities in exchange for relief from crippling sanctions has been accepted by the six nations involved in the talks. hundreds made a pilgrimage of sorts to north carolina. the reverend billy graham, celebrating his 95th birthday. kicking off the party, the debut of a new religion outreach video graham made from his home. >> our country is in great need of a spiritual awakening. the good times. i've gone from city to city. and i've seen how far people have gone to see god. >> among the guests, donald ump. and former vice presidential candidate, sarah palin, who told graham, we need him around for another 95 years. a new "time" magazine is creating a buzz.
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chris christie, with the tag, the elephant in the room. >> others got the message the emerging cloud in the republican party. neither "time" nor christie, shedding light on what they think. time, now, for a look at the weather across our nation. other than lingering rain and snowshowers in the pacific northwest and lake-effect snow around the great lakes, most of the nation can plan on a mild, dry day. >> temperatures coast-to-coast, in the 50s and 60s. in the southwest, summer-like readings in the 70s and 80s. and coming up, brand-new allegations against the nfl player accused of bullying a teammate. and twitter coming off a sparkling day on wall street. the rest of the market, didn't do so well. and the countdown is on to the next "star wars" movie. when will it arrive from a galaxy far, far away. stay with us for the details. so ally bank has a raise your rate cd that won't trap me in a rate.
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welcome back. by all accounts, it was a successful stock market debut for twitter. when its shares opened for trading yesterday, they were over $45 each. and that created lots of new millionaires and even some billionaires. particularly among twitter employees and its early backers. retail investors who bought when trading started lost money. twitter opens this morning at $44.90 a share. outside the twitter hysteria, it was a rough day for stocks. all three major averages, the dow, nasdaq and s&p 500 suffering heavily losses. investors were selling on concerns of the fed beginning to rein in its long-running stimulus program. the new job reports will provide a clearer picture of the
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impact of the government shutdown. economists forecast that american employers added $122,000 jobs in october. that's down from 148,000 the month before. the unemployment rate may tick up one point. and thanksgiving travel will be up slightly from last year, an airline industry group says. about 27 million passengers are expected to travel from november 22nd to december 3rd. that's a 1.5% increase from last year. and there won't be much margin for error here. planes are expected to be more than 85% full. motor trend magazine naming the cadillac cts of its car of the year. they were impressed of the smooth ride and the handling of the luxury car. the first cadillac to offer an eight-speed transmission. starting cost, 46,000 bucks. and it is official. the galaxy far, far away is coming to a theater near you in just two years. >> lucas film has set the release date for episode 7 for december 18th, 2015.
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shooting is set to begin next spring. lucasfilm was purchased by disney. when we come back, a brazen store heist. has police in chicago on the lookout this morning. that explosion we showed you at the top of the show. an update about the man who survivored, straight ahead. [kevin] paul and i have been friends... [paul] well...forever. is inspected by the usda... but perdue asked them to go further. they verify that all our chickens are cared for in a clean, safe environment... and fed an all-veggie diet. no other chicken company does this. but at perdue, we believe in a beer chicken.
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simply not safe. >> now, the government plans to get rid of them completely. they are found in packaged food, mostly to improve taste, texture and self-life. but they do a lot more harm than good. >> you can still have some transfats in a product that says zero. you need to look at the ingredient list and see if it has partially hiydrogenated oil. the technology that companies use will only measure up to a certain point. if they're below that, they're allowed to say zero, even if the product has transfat in there. the new change in fda will eliminate that and make the food safer. >> the final ruling won't come until after a 60-day period, when the fda will hear from the public. but insiders say eliminating all transfats from our food is virtually a done deal. a huge explosion ripping through a home in new jersey, badly injuring an elderly couple
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there. the homeowners were trapped inside, after the blast leveled the house. neighbors rushed in and saved the husband and wife. it's too soon to tell if the new gas lines are to blame. a man was delivering propane tanks. one fell off the forklift and he ran it over. a huge fireball erupts. the man managed to escape with smoke coming from his body. but he's already been released from the hospital. the chicago police are looking for a brazen band of thieves targeting sports authority stores. check out they operate. it's in flash mob mode. the m.o. is to grab armfuls and full racks of clothing. then, they head out the door to a waiting vehicle. all this happens in a matter of minutes. >> wow. we're hearing for the first time from the former rutgers coach, fired over the abuse allegations. coach mike rice was fired for
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physically and verbaling abusing his players in practice. now, he's speaking out for the first time in a broadcast interview with abc's robin roberts. rice says he is a changed man. >> when it became public, what was your reaction? >> my first reaction, when i saw the tape was, one of shock. sadness that i would put myself in a situation like this. >> you can see more of robin's exclusive interview coming up on "good morning america." and tonight on "20/20." a new allegation this morning in the miami dolphins bullying investigation. it involves suspended lineman richie incognito, who allegedly harassed a volunteer during the dolphins annual golf tournament last year. he's accused of touching a woman's private parts with a golf club. rubbing himself against her and pouring water from a bottle in her face. and the attorney for jonathan martin has issued a new statement, claiming, quote, harassment that went far beyond the traditional locker room hazing. jonathan endured a malicious physical attack and vulgar
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comments. now, highlights from college and the pros. we get the highlights from espn. >> welcome to our "sportscenter" studios in los angeles. big night in college football on thursday. the headliner, oregon and stanford. from the farm in palo alto. oregon came in number three in the bcs. stanford, number five. kevin hogan, get in there. 8 carries, 57 yards for him. tyler gaffney did most of the work. 157 yards. marcus marrioiotamariota, for a touchdown. oregon trailed 26-0, at one point. a couple of passes late for mariota, the heisman candidate. stanford hangs on to win, 26-20. from the nfl, redskins and vikings. cris carter being honored. christian ponder, scrambles. lands awkward on his left harm. left the game with a dislocated
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left shoulder. he did not return. next play, though, adrian peterson, how easy is that? 75 yards for a touchdown. 28-27, vikings. for the goal for the redskins. final seconds. robert griffin iii to santana moss. maybe one foot down. but not the second one. vikings win it, 34-27. griffin, 281 passing yards and 3 touchdowns. his former team, though, baylor, beat oklahoma thursday night to remain unbeaten. that's all we have. now, back to you. >> all right. visitors to an atlanta exhibition featuring artifacts from the "titanic" must have thought they were being punk'd when they found it was unexpectedly posed. >> and the reason on this sign. "titanic" the artifact exhibit is being closed for water damage. the exhibit of the "titanic." one turned away visitor tweeted,
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getting a sinking feeling. >> yeah. by the way, the water damage is minimal. and the exhibition has reopened. there was another tweet that said, this is just the tip of the iceberg. >> and another one that said, hopefully the people who built the "titanic" did not build this exhibit. >> can laugh now. coming up next, "the pulse." getting down and boogying in the operating room. wait until you hear what this is about. and maybe you're cooking some bacon this morning. notice that aroma. now, you can actually bring it with you. [ male announcer ] this is jim, a man who doesn't stand still. but jim has afib, atrial fibrillation -- an irregular heartbeat, not caused by a heart valve problem. that puts jim at a greater risk of stroke. for years, jim's medicine tied him to a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but now, with once-a-day xarelto®, jim's on the move. jim's doctor recommended xarelto®. like warfarin,
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woman who lost her leg in the april 15th boston marathon bombing. >> she now has a new bionic-style prosthetic leg that will allow her to wear her favorite heels. the leg has a silicone cover that matches heather's right leg, complete with the freckles and a little razor burn. and the foot can even be given a ped di cure. a doctor had a dance party before undergoing surgery. they danced right there in the operating room. >> the mother of two called dancing her medicine. she urged all of her friends, by the way, to record them getting their groove on so she could watch the tape during her recovery. >> the harlem shake? i guess it's yesterday's dance. >> this is the kind of thing that destresses you completely.
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she has some moves now. that's great. they say everything is better with bacon. wait until you get a whiff of this one. >> i don't know about this one. it's introducing bacon deodorant. you heard me. designed for those with active lifestyles. people that sweat like pigs. the makers of power bacon promise it will make your armpits meaty fresh. >> ranging from popcorn to sh e shaving cream. they need to make cheeseburger toothpaste. that's what i'm talking about. >> why do you want to walk around smelling like fried food? essentially, that's all bacon is. it's just fried. >> is there anything that smells better than bacon? >> i agree with you. >> that spring-fresh scent. >> i don't know if that meaty freshness is what i'm going for. i have a funny feeling. you want that for christmas, don't you? >> i'll smell meaty fresh. see how it goes.
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i'll smell meaty fresh. don't i smell meaty fresh already? >> it's best you don't smell like bacon. local news is next, by the way. i've always tried to give it my best shot. these days i'm living with a higher risk of stroke due to afib, a type of irregular heartbeat, not caused by a heart valve problem. at first, i took warfarin, but i wondered, "could i up my game?" my doctor told me about eliquis. and three important reasons to take eliquis instead. one, in a clinical trial, eliquis was proven to reduce the risk of stroke better than warfarin. two, eliquis had less major bleeding than warfarin. and three... unlike warfarin, there's no routine blood testing. [ male announcer ] don't stop taking eliquis unless your doctor tells you to, as stopping increases your risk of having a stroke. eliquis can cause serious and in rare cases fatal bleeding. don't take eliquis if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. while taking eliquis, you may bruise more easily and it may take longer than usual for any bleeding to stop.
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[ male announcer ] powerful sinus relief from the #1 pharmacist recommended brand. sudafed. open up. checking our top stories. a monster typhoon hammering the philippines this morning. it may be the most powerful storm in recorded history, with winds topping 200 miles per hour. there are reports of fatalities, landslides and widespread power outages. president obama is apologizing to those americans who have been dropped by their insurance companies. but he says they will be able to purchase better policies through the health care exchange. twitter gets set for day two on the stock market. analysts say now is the time to sell twitter stock. a level most experts believe is unsustainable. looking at friday's forecast. cool and dry in the east. wet and snowy over the great lakes. lingering showers over the northwest. sunny and warm across the south. finally this morning, the big-city mayor who admitted to
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smoking crack-cocaine, making headlines and punch lines. >> this is how the late-night comics are treating rob ford in your "friday funnyies." >> i was in a drunken stupor when i did it. we thought he was a cokehead or a crackhead. turns out he's just a drunk. >> he smoked crack when he was in a, quote, drunken stupor. if he smokes crack when he's drunk, i hate to see what he does when he's on crack. >> i can't change the past. >> rob ford can't change the past. he can't even remember the past. i mean, what part of drunken stupor does the media not understand? i mean, it's not called a drunken smartfor. >> he wears his emotions on his leave. do we have a picture of him? yeah. let's set the scene, right? i'll be the mayor of toronto. and you tell me we don't have
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anymore crack. in canadian. >> right. there's no more crack, eh. >> you need help. and i don't mean help carrying a case of beer down into the basement so you can get drunk enough to smoke crack. i mean, help, help. >> how to tell if your mayor is smoking crack. blurred vision. >> [ bleep ]. >> loss of balance. denies smoking crack. >> i did not use crack-cocaine. >> admits to smoking crack. >> yes, i have smoked crack-cocaine. >> and how to tell if your mayor is smoking crack. >> by the way, i thought crack made you lose weight. didn't it? eating that chocolate-covered crack. >> we shouldn't be laughing.
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that's what's making news in america this morning. >> stay with us for "good morning america." have a great weekend. and a jail causing a scandal. now baltimore police are celebrating a big blow to one gang. a look out of baltimore's inner harbor. it may not be a bad day to grab a heavy coat. it is friday, november 8th. and as lynette forecasts yesterday. and the cold companies that moves through -- cold temperatures that move through. 31 ad owings mills.
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and 39 degrees in arnold. it will be a cold start to the day. on the chilly side. the winds on the light to calm side but they will be picking up. another breezy day. radar is different. we are dry and stay that way. temperature at 40. let's check traffic now with lauren. >> we are looking at high speeds we made out to howard county along the eastbound lanes. nothing to get in your way. and speaking of the beltway. here is the west side and the national pike no problems on
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the inner loop. we'll show you the latest drive times on the outer loop. to travel from 795 down to 95 an 11 minute commute up to 83 and no concerns now. and a typical six minute ride. two people are dead and injured following a crash in hunt valley. and it involved three cars. and it was on york road between mc corm yak and thornton hill road. three of the four people were taken to the hospital. one was flown to shock trauma. you can be the late toast know about the breaking news by following us on twitter. remember that hash tag. a huge blow for aing gang here, police and prosecutous say 48 people have been
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indicted with the family gang. they are the gang that the fbi says took over the baltimore city detention center leading to a scandal this year. and it intercepted a gang. >> we're focusing on people who have taken lives. >> and they say that they are being charged under the anti- gang statute. and a priest and teacher accused of abusing a minor. the father taught from 1975 to 1979. a former student accused him of abuse. he has been suspended from public ministry. he has been working in georgia
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since 2010. >> and four days, three robberies and a woman had her purse stolen. and two men stopped her and yelled at her. she dropped her purse and they took the purse. >> depends on the time i get off. >> if you are out try to be with someone else. >> it follows two students who were targeted. the 24 year old student was stabbed and cell phone stolen a 20 year old student was pushed to the ground and robbed of cash. a man is behind bars accused of killing two brothers. he is now facing charges in the double shooting that happened tuesday the 25 year


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