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entered a new phase in this country. but that we will prevail. in san bernardino, investigators looking into last week's attack are trying to figure out if tashfeen malik radicalized her husband syed farook. the justice department will open a federal investigation into how the chicago police department handled the case of laquan mcdonald. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. president obama says the threat of terrorism has entered a new phase, but vows the u.s. will defeat it. he sought to reassure americans sunday, following the california attack that killed 14 people, in a rare prime time address from the oval office. but he did not lay out any broad shift in strategy.
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mark, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. this address comes as the most recent cbs news poll shows only 21% of americans have a great deal of confidence in the government's ability to protect against terrorism. so the president sought to convince the country he is on top of this rapidly evolving threat. in just his third oval office address, president obama warned the nation that isis or isil threatens us all. >> the threat from terrorism is real, but we will overcome it. we will destroy isil and any other organization that tries to harm us. >> reporter: the 13 1/2 minute speech came four days after the mass shooting in san bernardino, california, killed 14 people and less than a month after the paris attack. >> as a father to two young daughters who are the most precious part of my life, i know that we see ourselves with friends and coworkers at a holiday party like the one in san bernardino. i know we see our kids in the faces of the young people killed in paris. >> reporter: the president
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on the no-fly list from buying guns, restrict sales of assault rifles like the ones used in san bernardino, and enact a stronger screening for those entering the u.s. without a visa. mr. obama also wants congress to give his explicit authorization to use force against isis. the president vowed not to get into another decade-long war on foreign soil, and said that the battle is not with any religion. >> we cannot turn against one another by letting this fight be defined as a war between america and islam. that, too, is what groups like isil want. let's not forget that freedom is more powerful than fear. >> reporter: the president said there is no evidence the san bernardino attackers were directed by a terror group overseas. republican speaker paul ryan criticized the president's speech as disappointing and said that it defended a, quote, failing policy. the speaker said the house would
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bipartisan bill that would update that visa waiver program to try and reduce the risk of extremists slipping into the u.s. even as the president's own review of that program gets underway. >> mark albert in washington, thank you, mark. the president's words did not impress republicans on the campaign trail. florida senator marco rubio said americans are scared because president obama is, quote, completely overwhelmed by the threat. >> nothing that happened in the speech tonight is going to assuage people's fears. first of all, we heard tonight that the same strategy that has strategy he is going to continue with. coalition fighting against isis. this is absurd. there is no such coalition. >> jeb bush says president obama, quote, has finally been forced to abandon the political fantasy he has perpetrated for years that the threat of terrorism is receding. investigators are learning more about the couple behind the
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weapons. officials want to know if tashfeen malik who was born in pakistan and lived in saudi arabia radicalized her american-born husband syed farook. the assault rifles used in the massacre were traced to farook's former next door neighbor. chris martinez has the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: thousands of san bernardino county employees are heading back to work today, just five days since 14 people were killed by syed farook and his wife tashfeen malik. federal agents are now reviewing evidence taken from enrique marques jr., farook's neighbor and next door neighbor. while authorities have yet to question marques, they believe marques provided the two simi automatic rifles used in the massacre. sources tell cbs news they are analyzing gun store surveillance video showing marques and farook together. gera says the two men attended the same high school and were close. >> when he would go with syed and work on their cars, they
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jumping around and laughing. >> reporter: tral central to the investigation now is whether farook's wife is said to have pledged her allegiance to isis on facebook just before last week's attack. loretta lynch says they are trying to find out more about her background in pakistan and saudi arabia. >> we are working closely with our foreign counterparts to gather that information. it will be a long process. it will be an exhaustive process. >> reporter: isis has claimed the couple has followers. officials in the u.s. say there is no evidence the couple was part of a larger terror network. chris martinez, cbs news, san bernardino, california. police in london are treating a knife attack at a train station as a terrorist incident. video shows the chaotic scene on saturday in east london. the man wielding the knife lunges at bystanders and at officers. witnesses say he yelled "this is for syria." one person suffered serious injuries and the man is charged with attempted murder. the justice department is expected to launch an investigation this week of
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mcdonald shooting. jesse jackson joined hundreds of protesters marching sunday in downtown chicago. this the demonstration followed the release of documents showing police accounts of the 2014 shooting differ from video of the incident. >> we have a voice and we need to be heard. we don't like the corruption in the city. >> we demand something be done and needs to be done right away. >> police cruiser video captured the shooting. officer jason van dyke faces a first-degree murder charge. the 17-year-old was shot 16 times. jimmy carter says a recent scan shows no signs of cancer on his brain. the former president says that he will continue treatment with an autoimmune drug that will help seek out cancer cells in his body. the 91-year-old announced in august that he had been diagnosed with melanoma that spread to his brain. coming up on the "morning news." space delivery. an early christmas for astronauts, as much-needed supplies head to the
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reports on liberty university's president encouraging students to carry concealed guns on campus. jerry falwell, jr., urged students to arm themselves following last week's massacre in san bernardino. virginia's governor called the suggestion reckless. the bbc reports colombian explorers found a sunken ship that sunk in 1870 off the colombia coast. near the port center of cart agena. the original cargo included gold, silver, gems and jewelry valid at more than $1 billion. and "the edmondton journal" reports on a charity event that filled a hockey stadium with stuffed animals. the ninth annual teddy bear toss happened during this weekend's noned edmondton oil/kings game. fans tossed a record of more than 12,000 teddy bears on to the rink which will be given to less fortunate children.
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it pays to be a college president, and opec lets the oil flow. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. crude oil prices fell this morning after opec announced it would keep pumping oil. experts forecast an oversupplied market through 2016 as iran re-enters the global oil market. on friday, the cartel failed to agree to production costs. stock markets in asia were mix odd last week's u.s. jobs report. nikkei gained 1% and hong kong's stock market lost 1%. wall street made its biggest gains since september following friday's announcement of a month of job gains. it brought last week's trading into the black. the dow gained 44 points last week. the s&p gained one. the nasdaq added 14. compensation for private university presidents continues to climb. an annual survey by the chronicle of higher education found a 5.6% jump between 2012
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the top earner is columbia university's president with $4.6 million in total compensation. disease is attacking the world's banana crop and threatening the fruit for extinction. it makes up 99% of the world's export. the fungus is a more potent version of the panama disease. right now there is no known way to stop the fungus. "the hunger games" kept its top spot at the box office for a third week. "the hunger games part two," the final installment of the series, earned more than $18 million over the weekend in ticket sales. a holiday horror comedy debuted in second with $16 million. in third, "creed" with 15.5 million. >> i hear good things about all three of those movies. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill.
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fans rushed the field saturday when the university of houston beat temple to lock in a trip to a bowl game. many are outraged over how security guards responded. jamie yuccas reports. >> reporter: right after the cougars win, fans rushed the field to celebrate. the security guards tried to stop them. this cell phone video shows guards throwing a houston student to the ground. one of the guards kicked and punches the fan repeatedly. another video shows this fan being tackled. contemporary services corporation, or csc, is a private security company hired by the university of houston for the season. online, people are outraged bill the guards' aggressive behavior. many commented on the university of houston's facebook page that they didn't have any problem rushing the field at other games. student robert laredo posted this video to his facebook page saying, you kicked my face to where my glasses fly off, then
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before all this, it was a great game. houston athletic vice president hunter yurachek responded online with this statement. quote. csc said in a statement, it's aware of the event and, quote. >> important to note the american athletic conference does not prohibit fans from rushing the field after a game. in sports now. it wasn't easy, but the carolina panthers are still perfect. it took five touchdown passes from cam newton. the last one coming with just
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win. newton threw for 331 yards. carolina beat the saints 41-38 and at 12-0, is the only remaining unbeaten team in the nfl. malcolm jenkins returned an interception 99 yards and the philadelphia eagles stunned the new england patriots 35-28. it's the first time the patriots have lost back-to-back regular games since 2012. the field is set for the second college football playoff, as expected, clemson, the top team in the final a.p. poll, got the top seed and will face oklahoma in the orange bowl. alabama, the second seed, will play michigan state in the cotton bowl. the winners will play january 11th in glendale, arizona, in january for the national championship. the golden state warriors are 22-0. steph curry scored 22 points. golden state easily beat the brooklyn nets. golden state goes for its 23rd straight win tomorrow night in indiana. still to come, paying tribute to america's cultural
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. here's another look at this morning's top stories. president obama says the u.s. will overcome the threat of terrorism following the mass shooting in san bernardino. he spoke sunday night in a rare oval office address. the president said the fight shouldn't be defined as a war against islam and cautioned americans s om turning against each other. >> if we are to succeed in defeating terrorism, we must
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some of our strongest allies. rather than push them away from suspicion. police raided the home of farook's next door neighbor. they believe he provided the assault rifles. they want to know if farook's wife radicalized her husband. isis has claimed the couple as followers. rock band u2 paid tribute to the victims in last month's paris attack. bono also recognized the san bernardino victims. today marks the 74th anniversary of the bombing of pearl harbor that drew the united states into world war ii. the park service will hold a joint service today to honor the 2,400 americans who died that day. the kennedy center paid tribute to five people with a lasting impact on american culture. last night, the honors went to george lucas, who created the "star wars" and "indiana jones" franchises.
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singer/songwriter carole king, and actress and singer rita moreno, and actress cicely tyson and conductor seiji ozawa. the event will be broadcast here on cbs. an annual santa 5k race in vermont. in past years, the event raised more than $75,000 for a local nonprofit. i'm anne-marie green. $75,000 for a local nonprofit. i'm anne-marie green. to treat their aches and pains more people reach for advil. relief doesn't get any better than this. advil. wait... wait... perfect. at del monte, green beans are packed at the peak of freshness with just water and a dash of sea salt. nothing else.
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it's been a lean time for the nation's orchestra as the old classics simply aren't filling the seats any more, so some orchestras are taking inspiration from a modern source. omar villafranca reports. >> reporter: it may seem impossible to get gamers off the
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drew many to a dallas symphony orchestra. they came to hear a symphony. they came to hear organized in a four movement symphony. the show's producer jason paul spent years producing conference luciano paufvarotti. in his personal travels to japan, he learned how popular gaming concerts were there and thought maybe they could also catch on in the united states. when did you know, okay, this is going to click? >> i kind of knew it after the first time i did it in 2004. it was an instant success and a virtual riot at the box office and now we are really at an all-time high. >> reporter: paul says most of the shows on his international daelt delta tour have been sold out, including this one.elta tour have been sold out, including this one. tickets and spend $10 each on souvenirs. that is a note because orchestras in the u.s.
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the percent of americans attending classical music events dropped from 98% to 29% in 2008. a small increase in ticket sales the past five years hasn't been enough to undo the damage. >> symphony orchestras have to take a look at what the audience demands. >> reporter: katherine cahill is the ceo of the mann center in philadelphia and she says zelda and pokemon concerts have brought in up to 6,000 fans and double that at the classical performance. >> if you want to hear symphony orchestra, it may not be bach. it may be video games. >> it's story telling to the music. >> reporter: amy anderson is the music director and conductor of the zelda show. >> how is it different? stylistically, it's different but, humanly, it's the same thing. >> reporter: opening up the symphony orchestra to a new generation of fans like 19-year-old caleb pryor. did you ever think that you would be at a symphony hearing video game music? >> no, i didn't. and whenever i got the
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super excited and i'm absolutely loving the fact that i'm here right now. >> reporter: that night's performance was so good, even caleb looked up. omar villafranca, cbs news, dallas. >> he barely put that game down for a second! coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on the ship wreck that could hold the biggest sunken treasure ever found. plus, we will meet the former nave s.e.a.l. who, last week, became the first american to swim the entire length of the mississippi. and singer alicia keys joins us in the studio to announce nominees for the grammy awards. that is the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. thanks for watching.
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have a great day. >> you are watching kcci 8 news. shaina: right now at 4:30, bowl bound. back in pasadena for the first time since 1990. who the hawkeyes take on new year's day. and how much you could be paying if you want to go. eric: and worshipping with presidential hopefuls. ben carson sharing values and beliefs with iowa voters. see the setting where he spent
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good morning and thank you waking up bright and early with us. shaina: it looks like we have a very warm week ahead. metinka: it is going to be gorgeous. highs in the 50's. we are starting out with fault. guess where starting out with -- we are starting out with fog. creston has fallen back near several -- new zero four visibility. rapidly changing conditions will be found over the next several hours. a dense fog advisory until 9:00 a.m. a great day, 52 degrees. eric: a huge reward for the iowa hawkeyes 12 and 1 season. iowa is headed to pasadena to take on the stanford cardinal in the rose bowl. the 11-2 cardinal is coming off the pac 12 championship and has one of the front runners for the heisman christian mccaffrey. , shaina: iowa is headed to pasadena for the first time since 1990 and just the sixth time ever. the rose bowl committee said it
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