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making news in america this morning, a bus driver now under arrest following a crash that killed multiple children. dozens more are hospitalized as federal investigators head to the scene. trump's pledge. the president-elect takes to youtube detailing his first 100 days. the promises he's making and what was noticeably absent from >> isis inspired and ready to attack. what officials are saying about a man under arrest planning a terror attack. a group of children nearly taken out by an out-of-control police cruiser. a good tuesday morning.
chattanooga, tennessee, where police made an arrest in a deadly school bus crash. >> that driver facing multiple counts of vehicular homicide. authorities say at least five children died when the bus overturned after slamming into a tree. >> 24-year-old john waucker is being held on $20,000 bond. he's due in court next tuesday. abc's stephanie ramos has more. >> reporter: it's every parent's worst nightmare. >> hamilton county schools confirmed there were 35 students on board the bus. woodmore in grades kindergarten through fifth grade. >> reporter: just a mile away from the chattanooga elementary school a school bus packed with more than 30 kids ran off the road crashed into trees ending up on its side in a tangled mess. bloodied students lay on stretchers not all survived. >> multiple children lost their lives. >> reporter: officials say at least five kids were killed. right now investigators believe the bus was most likely traveling too fast.
in the crash. the 24-year-old bus driver was arrested and is now facing charges. >> he is being charged with five counts of vehicular homicide, reckless endangerment and reckless driving. >> reporter: it took rescue crews hours to get all of the kids off the bus. 23 of them were sent to local hospitals. >> we're just asking for prayers in our hearts and sympathy go out to the families. >> reporter: stephanie ramos, abc news, new york. story more wintry weather set to cause delays. >> it's still coming down, more than three feet of snow has fallen in central new york state so far. the snow and strong winds caused power outages, flight delays and dozens of traffic dents. >> one of three buses carrying high school students from rochester to new york city overturned on snowy interstate 81. the bus swerved to avoid cars spinning out of control. only minor injuries.
tapering off. you can see not that much left. a little along the atlantic coast. small part of connecticut. take a look at this. windchills, 17 in syracuse, 21 here in new york city. 31 as far south as atlanta and 36 in tallahassee. and the tsunami threat in japan is over after a powerful earthquake this morning. it sent waves more than 4 1/2 feet high crashing onto the northern japanese coast in that same region devastated by an get this, the tremor was actually an aftershock of that 2011 earthquake. this time, however, only minors injuries and damage even though the quake was measured at a 7.4. that includes only a minor problem at fukushima nuclear plant which is still not back online. breaking overnight president-elect donald trump laying out priorities in a message. >> he posted a video outlining plans for first 100 days in
scrap what he calls excessive regulations but there was no mention of two issues that had fired up his base. abc's janai norman tells us what's in store. >> reporter: good morning. we are still awaiting announcements for more of the president-elect's picks for his new administration but in the meantime, he went directly to youtube with plans that include some of his hallmark campaign policies. for the first time as president-elect, donald trump talking directly to the american people. >> i've asked my to develop a list of executive actions we can take on day one to restore our laws and bring back our jobs. it's about time. >> reporter: laying out plans for six key items to tackle when he takes over the white house in january. like withdrawing from the trans-pacific partnership. >> a potential disaster. >> reporter: instead planning to negotiate fair trade deals and cancel restrictions on the production of american energy. >> creating many millions of
that's what we want. that's what we've been waiting for. >> reporter: in his first address, trump straying from one campaign promise that ignited a firestorm. >> we're going to build a wall. >> we're going to build a wall. >> we're going to build a wall. >> reporter: the president-elect backing off tough talk on his signature immigration issue to build a wall. no word of deporting millions of undocumented immigrants or restrictions on immigrants from some muslim countries. >> on immigration, i will direct the investigate all abuses of visa programs that undercut the american worker. >> reporter: also noticeably absent from trump's address any mention of repealing the affordable care act. it was a staple on the campaign trail and even after winning the election. >> we're going to fix health care and make it affordable and better. it will be a real job for the
>> reporter: looking to make good on one promise he wants to impose bans on executive officials looking to become lobbyists after leaving the administration. steps that will reform washington and rebuild the middle class, trump says. >> he laid out quite an aggressive agenda for his first 100 days. janai, thank you. trump planning to take a brief break from working on his trabant to spend thanksgiving at his mar-a-lago estate in potential picks. pick perry, possible energy secretary and former massachusetts senator scott brown hoping to lead the department of veterans affairs. the president-elect is also coming under scrutiny for business dealings in the uk. after the election he met in new york with a british politician, a source tells "the new york times" that hen encouraged him 0 oppose offshore wind farms that
he may be using the power of the presidency for his personal gain. >> only crooked media was making a big deal, he tweeted. >> one more note. protecting the president-elect and his family is costing a million dollars a day. the nypd is hoping to keep him safe along with his wife, five children and grandchildren. much of the money is being spent on police overtime. hillary clinton in the meantime, is on her way to finding that good book that she was talking presidential candidate spotted with her family in rhode island in a book store. you might remember last week she dade she thought about curling up with a good book and never leaving the house after losing the election. so clearly she is getting out of the house but hopefully did find a good book. the clintons posed for a few pictures and bought books and visited an aquarium. >> and still managed a smile. still ahead, kanye west hospitalized overnight. what he's being treated for. and a suspect arrested in the shooting death of a san
check out this close call involving a close call near pittsburgh. suddenly a car hits the police cruiser sending it flying across the intersection and misses the kids before finally crashing into that parked car. crashes into that car so hard you can see it roll down the street missing the kids by just inches. the police say they were chasing a stolen vehicle when the incident happened and the suspect got away. and here in new york city a
attempting to assist isis. a neighbor shot this video as the 37-year-old was arrested about 24 hours ago in brooklyn. prosecutors say mohamed rafik naji traveled to yemen and tried to join isis. he planned a truck attack like the one that killed 80 people in nice, france being held without bail. a travel warning for americans in europe. there is a heightened risk of terror activity during the holidays. an advisory warns of credible information indicating isis and al qaeda militants are planning attacks in europe. travelers are being encouraged to be careful at outdoor markets and holiday festivals. some frightening moments here at home in los angeles at the auto show there. police say the driver of that orange fiat that you see there jumped the curb and plowed into a crowd standing on the sidewalk outside the convention center. five pedestrians, the driver and the passenger were all taken to the hospital.
the ntsb is now investigating after facebook's experimental internet drone crashed during its first test flight. the unmanned aircraft suffered a structural failure while landing in arizona. the incident happened in june but this is the first we're hearing about an investigation. the drones are part of facebook's plan to provide wireless internet around the world and no one was injured in that crash. when we come back the number of dementia cases on the decline. how researchers are explaining the sudden drop. staying healthy on the train stations. get your purel ready. ? this is eric gibson. he and his wife briana made the bold decision to buy their home four months ago. and even though they have no idea what the future has in store for them, they bought into a 30-year mortgage anyway.
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new england resorts. too warm, not enough snow. so fingers crossed. but today the big concern is in the eastern dakotas. minnesota and wisconsin where drivers face icy roads. you'll also find snow in the rocky mountains and wet roads are likely in the eastern midwest and northwest. if you're flying airport delays possible in san francisco, minneapolis, kansas city and dallas. the man charged with murdering a san antonio police detective has apologized to the man's family. >> otis mccain as he was being led to the courthouse last night and actually spoke to note reporters saying he had been involved in a custody battle and was mad at society. he admitted he lashed out at somebody who didn't deserve it. more on that from kayna whitworth. kayna. >> reporter: captured, san antonio police make an arrest in the murder of one of their own after a two-day manhunt 31. >> reporter: otis mccain is behind bars arrested by authorities in san antonio and
>> we had him under surveillance and the appropriate time the s.w.a.t. unit arrested him. >> reporter: he is the same man seen in this surveillance visiting the station just four hours before they say he br brutally ambushed the officer. it was a bloody 24 hours for police officers across the country. at least three others in different cities ambushed during unrelated traffic stops including a st. louis sergeant shot twice in the hea kayna whitworth, abc news, san antonio. and authorities in north dakota are defending their use of fire hoses on pipeline protesters in freezing temperatures. organizers say at least 17 protesters were taken to the hospital including some would were treated for hypothey remember what. the clash came as protesters were trying to push onto a bridge and since left the bridge there's been no violence overnight. word this morning kanye west is in a los angeles hospital.
a medical welfare call involving west yesterday afternoon. it came hours after west canceled the remain der of his tour. a source tells abc news he is suffering from exhaustion and sleep deprivation and cut short a concert after playing only three songs. dementia rates are going down even as americans live longer. researchers were surprised to find that the dementia rate fell by 24% between the years of 2000 and get it or rather did get it got it at older ages. we're getting tips aimed at keeping every thanksgiving traveler healthy. experts say arts, trains and bus terminals and rental cars are germ infested cesspools. to avoid getting sick they advise touching boarding pass, printing machines and all handrails as little as possible.
and also recommend frequently washing hands and staying at least two feet away from anyone who is already coughing or sneezing. >> good luck with that in a crowded airport. excuse me, could you maintain the two-foot radius. thank you very much. all right now for sports. and this morning that means going south of the border. >> here's our friends from espn. >> good morning, america. i'm nicole. he's kenny. we're here to talk sports. >> here we go. tackle football down in mexico city, raiders playing the titans, no, they're not, playing tightens used to be called the oilers in houston. these guys are the texans. that's where i got all messed up. o o ol olewle and amari cooper. raiders lead it 27-20. latavius murray, the handoff and first down. didn't bother to show you the
blake griffin and the clippers taking on the raptors and start in the third. clippers up 12. chris paul to griffin. to diandre jordan. i'm supposed to say l.a. is not missing a beat. no, they didn't. clippers up 105-97. griffin again, cannot make it go but diandre there. diandre made it happen, 107-99. had 26 points and the clippers win, they are 13-2. ernest givens also played for the oilers. >> good to know. >> chris matthews. >> good morning, america. >> anybody else. take that with your coffee. >> only two guys on the team. >> they're still going. up next in "the pulse," the day prince fans have been waiting for. the unreleased songs, they're out today. george h.w. bush reunited with this cancer survivor in a
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? purple rain purple rain ? >> that's a beautiful version. "the pulse" starting with a bittersweet day for prince fans. seven months after the singer's sudden death his new album is dropping today. >> "prince 4 ever" is a collection of his greatest hits including classics like "purple rain." >> and includes a previously unreleased song he recorded in 1982 and a 12-page booklet filled with never before seen photos. >> next an update about former president george h.w. bush and
>> it went viral this photo three years ago, the former president, his head shaved in solidarity with then 2-year-old patrick. he is the son of secret service agent who was battling leukemia. >> both he and patrick showing off their new full heads of hair. bush says he's thankful patrick's feeling and doing much better these days. >> it's great to see bush sr. >> a nice show of solidarity. a milestone. her picture has been on millions of gerber baby products since 1928 and her identity was long a mystery with many people thinking it was a picture of a celebrity as a child. it wasn't until 50 years later that her name was revealed. ann cook. >> she celebrated her 90th birthday sunday. she grew up to be an english teacher and a mystery novelist.
babies apparently. >> you can see the resemblance so many years later in her eyes right there. >> she must have been a beautiful baby. >> and that she was and a beautiful adult, as well so we say happy birthday to her. >> happy birthday, ann. more news coming up after this. stay with us. ? you must have been a beautiful baby ? away from thanksgiving.. and it's feeling a little more like christmas out there. temperatures below freezing in several areas. we will get an update from meteorologist eileen whelan in just a few moments but first.. breaking overnight. a tennessee school bus driver under arrest. johnthony walker is now facing criminal charges after 6 elementary school childred are
monday. police say walker is charged with several counts of vehicular homicide and reckless driving. we will have a live report on this breaking news coming up in just a few minutes. and new video showing nazi salutes in d-c. this video from the atlantic shows people giving nazi salutes during the national policy institute conference at the reagan building this weekend. meanwhile-- the owner of maggiano's little italy restaurant is group friday night. good morning washington. toss to eileen - less windy today - dry in the dmv for the biggest travel day of the year tomorrow - isolated showers by thanksgiving morning - dry weekend ahead today: mostly sunny. breezy and cool. highs: 46-52 winds: nw 5-15 g 25 mph tonight: mainly clear and cold. lows: 22-32 winds: nw 5 mph wednesday: sunny start. increasing clouds. highs: 49-53
will not ruin your thanksgiving plans after all. workers are going to wait to strike -- until after the holidays. 500 non-unionized united airline workers plan to walk off the job at o'hare international airport-- on the tuesday after the thanksgiving holiday. as they fight for higher wages and better benefits for their families -- they say they don't want to take away from your family's holiday. o'hare is one of the o'hare is one of the busiest airports in the country, handling 77-million passengers last year. the state department has issued a travel alert - urging people to be cautious at holiday events in europe this season. it's because of the potential for terror attacks abroad. this week- french authorities
they say they foiled a planned attack on the famous strasbourg christmas market. happening now in montgomery county-- police are investigating a swastika- painted on a home in the four corners area of silver spring. the homeowner said someone painted the sign of hate on his door- and stole his american flag. last month, he says someone stole a trump sign from his yard- and threw eggs at his home. police believe politics is the driving force behind the theft and vandalism. new trouble for chipotle. some customers are now suingh food is grossly misleading. listen to this. the plaintiffs say chipotle misrepresented the nutritional value of the "chorizo burrito"- which contains chicken, pork, sausage, rice, beans, and cheese. despite that-- the label makes it appear that the contains only 300 calories. it actually contains more than a thousand. chipotle says the "300 calories" was referring to just the sausage, not the whole burrito. a spokesman also says the chain works hard to be
from burritos-- to turkey now. the redskins are celebrating a victory this week- by giving back to those in need. players pierre garcon and chris baker were at paisano's pizza in annandale -- not for pizza -- but to give away turkey dinners! the meals went to those who are in need this holiday season. it will be a very short week for these players. they face the cowboys in dallas on thanksgiving. it's xx and we're just getting started. breaking news. police make an arrest after a crash. 6 elementary school children killed-- and more hospitalized. why police wasted little time bringing charges against the driver. a symbol of hate-- at a washington d-c conference. this video-- captured by the atlantic-- now going viral. and now one local business is apologizing. the details.. coming up. good morning
- dry in the dmv for the biggest travel day of the year tomorrow - isolated showers by thanksgiving morning - dry weekend ahead today: mostly sunny. breezy and cool. highs: 46-52 winds: nw 5-15 g 25 mph tonight: mainly clear and cold. lows: 22-32 winds: nw 5 mph wednesday: sunny start. increasing clouds. highs: 49-53 winds: s 5 mph