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good morning. s the tuesday, december 15th, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning" a. high stakes showdown in las vegas is just hours away. how will donald trump take on ted cruz? and taking the fight to isis. charlie d'agata is inside syria, where american forces are calling for more power. a force inside hollywood, a galaxy of stars turns out for the premier of the year and george lucas opposite up to charlie about creating "star wars" empire. but we begin this morning with a
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your world in 90 seconds. >> they don't score the debate, but i always feel good about them. >> t they're all coming after me. so far, everyone has gone down the tubes. so that's a crap. >> republicans square off in las vegas. >> head cruz is coming on strong sand overtaking trump in iowa. >> trump had his campaign event in las vegas interrupted. >> a maryland man is under arrest, accused of receiving money from isis to carry out an attack on u.s. soil. >> isil leaders cannot hide, our message to them is simple. you are next. >> bo bergdahl will face court marshall. >> the maximum could be life in prison there the premier of "star wars, the force awakens. >> it grossed $200 million.
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"star wars" we are to save the whole world. >> bill kotz by files a countersuit against more than seven women that filed a lawsuit against him. >> a woman behind the deck jumped out of the way just in time. >> o'dell beckham, jr., you can't confirm. >> dude, where is your shirt? >> an interview with the shirtless jogger has gone viral. >> i love running in the rain and i'm also single. >> and all that matters. >> spring time in the east. >> today's forecast still very warm. >> hay, what itself the temperature? >> larry? >> on "cbs this morning.." >> bottom line, in 2050, we will be off oil entirely. i know hanukkah celebrates the oil lasting eight days.
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lot different. >> this morning's eye opener is presented by toyota. let's go places. >> welcome to "cbs this morning." nine presidential candidates are set for tonight's prime time republican debate of 2015. donald trump's ramally was interrupted by protesters. one man with the black lives matter movement scuffled with security threatening him. >> let him get out. let him get out. >> trump faces a different environment tonight and back to bashing his opponent, ted cruz, could face major questioning. major, good morning. >> good morning. donald trump has been living a
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polls, untouched by the mandarins of talk radio. no more. he has serious competition in iowa and right wing elet wonder if trump understands what it means to be a conservative. >> i think tomorrow night, i think it will be big. >> donald trump rallied in las vegas monday and early signs of political fatigue. >> who will attack trump first? will it be this one? you know, he's taken down seven now. >> reporter: trump is down, trailing texas senator ted cruz. at trump's rally here, marred by protests, person league mayhem and trumpians self satisfaction. >> i'm doing a good job for the republican party. people are able get their votes out. and people may like this one or that one. that's okay with me. >> meanwhile, conservative talk radio host, rush limbaugh and mark levin both question trump's
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helping shut down the government in 2013. >> there is no deal. >> that's a huge mistake. genuine conservative, even in the republic field, would not go after cruz is this way. >> reporter: he says trump understands the willingness of the gop leaders. >> i think my friend donald trump really screwed up this week. we despise the republican establishment him that's why amazingly there is so much energy behind the trump campaign. how diz he miss snit. >> cruz stayed out of the fray, saying he would avoid a debate confrontation with trump. >> if others engage in personal attack, if they go down into the gutter, i have not responded in kind. i don't intend to. >> trump released a cursory report on his health, noting blood pressure. it came with a declaration that read more like satire xeers an excerpt.
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the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency. >> wall street columnist peggy noonan is with us. >> good morning, ladies and gent. >> what do you make about the surge by at the time cruz? >> yeah. >> trump getting positive numbers because of what he said about a muslim man? >> yeah. we've never had this moment before in all the ways we've discussed previously. but right now, we've got a guy who may be, according to a monmouth poll, is at 40% of the gop base. we have another guy up ten points in iowa and beating the guy on top. all unusual. i think some of it may come to a head tonight in the debate. >> we have yet to see. >> i think it's possible we have already seen what we are going to see. you got donald trump looking at ted cruz saying, here's a bad temperament. maybe he's a maniac, which is
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you have ted cruz dancing. sending out this flashdance video that she's a maniac, maniac, and sort of making everybody chuck him. i thought it was kind of keeky and deft. so we may see some of that tonight. you have to go after this fella and cruz kind of dances around itch maybe it's funny. but he goes after cruz on serious issues, i think cruz will be serious and push back. >> why is cruz rising so quickly right now? >> i think a confluence of forces, cruz has not just everybody says evangelical support among iowa eadvantage gel cals -- evangelicals. he loves politics, ted cruz, he's pretty good at it. >> how about chris christie has jumped to number four in the national polls around surged in
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>> he could, you know, i kind of expect him, chris christie is a big man, but he gets a little terrier, like, sometimes. he sort of gets in there and knicks around in a debate. i think we might see that. new hampshire is an interesting story. i think trump, if he loses to iowa, could make an impression in new hampshire if that happens by getting a lot of independents and democrats voting in the republican primary for the first time, meaning the republican base is bigger than people think. >> that's impossible. >> it will be interesting. >> ted cruz is locking up the movement. that's a big deal. >> i'm not sure he's locking them up. certainly, they all came to his defense. when donald trump tried to rough him up. >> this koumtd could be a big night for him. his strategy has been to concentrate on nortch.
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>> he is. norah knows coming up in the polls, he is good. he has nothing to lose. you sense there is a vibration with christy he is having fun, thinking, who knows? second and third lives happen in politics. you don't know. >> we'll all be watching. always good to see you. president obama's approval rating is dropping according to a new poll. 43% approve of what he's doing. 60% disapprove of the way he is handling the current situation with isis t. president said yesterday the u.s. is strengthen the strategy against the terror groups. his criticism and his strategy is soft. mark, good morning. >> good morning, with anxiety ability terrorism on the rise, the white house is on the offensive. president obama has a string of national security-related events
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and rebut those critics who say that isis is winning frank winning flanked by his topped a verys. >> our message is simple, you are next. >> reporter: the president insisted his military campaign is lifting. isis leaders killed, one every two days according to u.s. stills. >> they know if they match the forces, we will wipe them out. >> reporter: monday's speech was the fourth attempt to reassure the public since the san bernardino attack. >> as we squeeze it's heart, we will make it heard to pump propaganda to the rest of the world. >> polls show it is not working. >> we are at war. >> fwhashl security and fears of another attack have become leading issues for voters and
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>> it will get worse and worse. you will have more world trade centers. >> reporter: he says the administration is wrong. >> the brought has this now as a priority. it may be too little too late. certainly from the white house perspective, it's a way of deal, of what is a confidence in the leadership. >> the white house is trying to push back against gop rhetoric. later today. he will attend a swearing in for new united states forces are working
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>> reporter: good morning. we're with soldiers from the syrian drath democratic force, a group made up of largely syrian kurds and arab fighters. the u.s. is working with them in the fight against isis. we spock with a commander who told us he had chatted with u.s. forces on the ground here him he says their submission to coordinate local militias and provide a quick intercession. the reason americans are working with them is they've proven themselves on the battlefieldment it's true with the help of u.s. and koelts airstrikes, they have been a able to claw back territory from isis and recapture key citieslike hassakah and kobani. we asked for what a difference a relatively small group of special operations forces could make on the battlefield. he said in addition to help direct airstrike, it shows the u.s. is committed to this fight.
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themselves what they're up against here. and if america in his words is serious about defeasting isis, he will need more than guns and bullet. artillery, armored vehicles and anti-tank weapons to match isis fire power. norah. >> charliearley d'agata, thank you. tashfeen malik sent private messages to her sister. two messages went to a group of pakistani friends before malik came to the u.s. on a fionsee visa. she expressed support for jihad and hoped to join the fight. this morning a maryland man is in federal custody accused for providing support for isis. the fbi says he received nearly
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and planned to launch an attack inside the u.s. investigators tracked the money through paypal and western union. he told them he took the payments as a part of the scam against the group, not a terror plot. there is outrage over response to a recent police shooting. prosecutors announced they will not charge an officer for firing at a man escaping from a wrecked suv. the shooting victim faces serious criminal charges. our digital network shows us why. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the officer followed the driver after notices him speed out of a parking lot with his headlights on, what followed, let one person dead, another possibly paralyzed and the officer in the crosshairs of the community. we warn you the video you see is disturbing. >> roll over, tc. >> reporter: dash cam footage from the november 25th incident shows the driver, 26-year-old
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his wife is ejected from the window and decide at the scene. the officer walks towards the car and fires one shot, hitting thomas in the neck as he attempted to get out through the window. 25 seconds later, officer feaster describes thomas as being unresponsive. >> i have a man in the car refusing to get out. >> reporter: thomas had twice the legal limit. he faces vehicular manslaughter in his wife's death and may be paralyzed from the waist down. thousands of protesters in california are calling for officer neither to be removed from the force. they are outraged he won't be facing criminal charges the. >> a cop pulling guns on people in a car accident. that's insane. >> there is something wrong with that cop. he's crazy. >> reporter: prosecutors called the shooting an accident saying feaster did not intentionally fire his pistol and that he was in shock at the scened a not
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but they have no explanation for why it took feaster 11 minutes to report he fired his gun. >> 11 minutes waiting to notify is awful. regardless, can we prove a case of intentional discharge of that weapon beyond a reasonable doubt? we could not. >> reporter: feaster has been with the paradise police since 2010. he may face an internal investigation that is ongoing. >> thank you very much.
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record snowfall from the rockies enthusiastic thumbs up. [ music playing ] >> reporter: >> reporter: even if you are not a fan, it's been impossible to escape the force that is "star wars." for die hard fans, it's a religious experience and for casual movie-goers, this is the "star wars" they have been looking for. >> it's a film i really respect. >> reporter: the latest chapter features a stable of fresh faces. and some familiar ones, too. >> we're home. >> but these kids have to gather. i'm asking them for advice. >> j.j. is a director i really admire, have for a long, long time. i am pleased to be back.
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this movie is out of this world. the premier here in hollywood was so massive they shut down four city blocks. the oscars is done on this very same street. they only shut down one. not bad for a film franchise many worried about when creator george lucas sold it to disney. disney paid lucas $4 billion and then gave the keys to their newest boy to director j.j. abrams. >> this is obviously as surreal as it gets. i couldn't feel more honored or more reluctant to be here and be a part of. >> i'll show you the dark side. >> reporter: they are hoping a massive box office performance is part of this, too. the hollywood reporter says "the force awakens" is being released on a record number of screens, more than 4100. the movie has already brought in $50 million in pre-sale tickets.
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could rake in $220 million on opening weekend. putting the "force awakens" in a galaxy of its own. for "cbs this morning," ben tracy, los angeles. >> to the "star wars" fantasy is alive and well. >> we saw a nice walk in between j.j. abrams and george lucas. >> it was nice and great. >> he was the man that started it. oyou are conversation with the new kennedy center honoree at his skywalker ranch aheadments should church members carry guns when they pray? ahead, meet the worshipers who good morning. the weather is quiet with clouds and cool temps in the 30s. grab a warm coat with highs heading near 43 and a brisk wind. some drizzle or
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>> a historic climate agreement was reaped by almost 200 countries yesterday. in paris the accord hopes to limit average increase of global warming to 3.6 degrees fahrenheit. >> do i think it's about time? it was nearly 70 degrees in new york. i found out when i was out christmas shopping in flip-flops and a halter top. >> i didn't have shorts. my tank tops were all in storage. i looked like an idiot out there this weekend.
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today in new york city? >> december 14th, almost winter. >> how does this work, larry? >> weather is very confusing. even if d.c. the cherry blossoms came out early. they're so confused. >> it's the hottest year on record. >> i love it. >> i like it, too. whack. i like it, too. welcome back. coming up in this half hour, space i faith and fire power. people worry about the attacks like the charleston shooting. how they're training to carry concealed weapons in houses of worship. plus, we look at whether pregnant women might be putting their babies at rick for autism. they show a rick from anti-depressants. ahead, whether the research goes far enough. time to show you this morning's headlines. the walk post says sergeant bo
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now he could get life in prison. bergdahl is charged with desertion after walking away in 2009 from his base in afghanistan. he was held by the taliban until he was freed last year in a prisoner swap. usa today reports bill cosby is counter-suing several pim who accuse him of sexual assault. he filed a defamation lawsuit. he claims they lied to damage his reputation and get money from him. the comedian suffered loss of jobs and mortification. people should not be surprised by cosby's actions. the seattle times reports on seattle being the first countries to give drivers the right to bargain collectively over restrictions. the companies are expected to mount a legal challenge. >> the las vegas sun reports on the secrecy surrounding the sale of the las vegas review journal.
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made lasted week. the backers of the new owners are still a mystery. reporters express concerns over the lack of transparency. the review journal is the largest in nevada. pete rose's ban from baseball will stand. the reinstatement was denied by the commissioner. he was band in 1989. rose hasn't been entirely honest about his gambling and continues to bet on games. rose's attorney calls the decision disappointing. the faa is reigning in reckless drone use. in 28 cases, pilots took evasive action. kris van cleave is inside a best buy store in alexandria, virginia, with a controversy over this new policy. chris, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, a new
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americans want to own a drone. estimate versus as many as a million of these being given as gifts this holiday season. the faa is now saying, you have to register your new toy before you fly it. >> the increasingly crowded skies and reports of airborn close calls means starting monday, he will have to register with the faa to fly any of his 11 drones. >> the technology is getting so there are not so much toys, they are a hobby that can be done safely. >> under the new rules, drones weighing 50 grams or more have to be registered. they have until february 19th. any when it goes live will have to be registered before flight. >> can a drone registration really make the skies safer? >> i think it can. i think lit help the faa
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user about what they need to know when they fly that drone. >> reporter: through that education effort, the faa hopes to reduce the report of reckless drone use. recreation requires a person's name, mailing address an e-mail. each operator will be given a registration owner remember while the drone industry has been largely supportive of the effort, the academy of modelary nautdics says it's disappointed with the rule says it makes the registration process an unnecessary burden for our more than 185,000 members operating safely for decades. others question the registration fee a. lawyer advocates for the drone industry. >> to suggest this doesn't create a disincentive for consumers to sign up for registry i think would be somewhat naive. >> the faa will wave that $5 fee
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it's the same if you register a drone or a 787. >> thank you so much. a new study is raising concerns about a possible link between autism and anti-depressants. pediatrics. it finds pregnant women in the second and third trimosters face nearly double the risk of delivering a child who will be diamondback nosed with autism spectrum disorder. good morning. >> good morning, nara. >> how high is the risk? >> we know that 13% of american pregnant women take anti-depressants. in this study it was a large studied placed in canada of 145,000 infants. they followed them over about six years. they did, in fact, find an association when women who took anti-depressants in the second and third trimester and an increased relative risk of 87% of having a child with autism
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i want to point out relative risc. the general risk is about 1%, have you increased it to 1.87%. these are small numbers overall. so people should not panic. 98% of women did not have an increased risk. >> what specific type of anti-depres savents are we talking about? >> zoloft, lexipro, prozac. they are the most frequently prescribed anti-depressants for pregnant women they cross the placenta and alter the levels of seratonin in the brain. seratonin is important. it can do cell differentiation. now the neurons migrate or move and form connections. it's not unreasonable to think we could be changing post-natal development. >> could it be something other than the development, like the chemistry of the brain?
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this is not a cause and effect. it's observational. so we look for association, but that means there is lots of other things that can confound the picture. for instance, is it just depression alone that caused this risk? we don't know what the severity of depression was of the women in the study. we know that they filled their prescriptions for anti-depressants. we don't know what else is going on in their lifestyle, were they owe bees or overweight? do i have a other medical psychiatric conditions? all of these things could have played in. >> are we learning more? >> all these things might be starting much, much earlier, prenatal, certainly that period of time is a correct am window where things may be happening to affect it. it's important to point out, this isn't a reason to panic and stop medication. untreated depression can be
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both the mother, the child and the whole family. it's a very difficult decision to weigh with the mother the psychiatrist, the ob gyne. >> good to see you. pastors and church members are taking up arms to protect the faithful. >> i'm john blackstone in sierra foothills, where men of god are learning to use guns him we'll check in on this ministry of munitions coming up on c"cbs this morning" morning". if you are headed out the door because have stuff to do. christmas shopping, work, we get it. we ask you set your dvrs. we'll be here until 9:00 and you really do not want to miss charlie's interview with george lucas.
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signing up for firearm classes. the faithful in the state's cold countries. >> reporter: god fear, gun toting. those training in the california foothills were invited by jeff peabody. who are these men here? >> these are all minsters, some are in church security. they come from different churches. >> everybody step up right about here. >> reporter: he offers the class free to any member of a church. he trained more than 500. his graduates qualify to carry concealed weapons. many do so in church. >> state and faith. so we accomplish both with the right training. >> reporter: bruce shaw serves on a security team in his church. >> does it seem to go into the sanctity of the church? >> not at all t. bible tells us to be our brother's protector.
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>> mika anderson leads the youth ministry at his church. >> the drive behind it is so i can protect myself and my family. the fact that i also work at the church and serve in that way is just an added benefit. >> many of these trainees say they've become more focused with each new mass shooting and they know churches have been targeted. most recently this past june, when nine people during a bible study were killed in south carolina. >> crazy things happen day in, day out. >> police training changed after the columbine high school in 1999. a national chorus was created to teach officers to react more rapidly. peter blair that oversees that program says even a good guy with a gun could be a danger. >> you might ends up shooting another concealed weapons holder you don't recognize, the police may shoot you. when are you shooting at the attacker. >> is everybody online ready to go? >> reporter: even gun safety
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jeff peabody, pastor tom smith was wounded earlier this month, taking shooting lessons near his church in moesta. >> guns in church. great idea? >> 88th great idea. >> the sheriff has been an enthusiastic supporter of peabody's training for church members. >> do you feel safer the more conceal carry perms are out there? >> absolutely. these are law abiding people. the criminals are the threat. >> in eldorado county, concealed weapons permits are on the rise, as spiritual leaders and security. for "cbs this morning," john blackstone, california. >> if you want to bombedly go where no one has gone before, nasa might have a job for you. the space agency is now recruiting americans for a mission to mars. ahead, how to get a shot at this out of this world trip. plus, a pickup truck plows into
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a man in northwestern oklahoma drove his pick-up truck into a hotel lobby after arguing with a police officer over a building billing dispute with the hotel. they narrowly avoided the pickup as it barrelled into the building last thursday. no one was hurt. the 62-year-old driver was 81 set because his credit card had been declined twice, he was forced to pay cash. >> it's understandable? >> accepting he now faces a felony. >> felony assault and other charges. >> you said the cop didn't believe he would actually do it. okay. i'll show him. >> i wonder what it's like sitting in the pokey for a few
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george lucas has a very forceful legacy. he brought hans solo to the big screen. he created the whole "star wars" movie empire. he talks about how the director wants to be remembered, his answer may surprise you. that's ahead on "cbs this morning." [ music playing ] i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. my psoriatic arthritis caused joint pain. just like my moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. and i was worried about joint damage. my doctor said joint pain from ra can be a sign of existing joint damage that could only get worse. he prescribed enbrel to help relieve pain and help stop further damage. enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal, events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders
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it is tuesday, december 15th, 2015. welcome back to "cbs this morning." there is more real news ahead, including record warmth in many areas hurting sales of winter weather gear. try saying that three times fast. it's 51 degrees here in new york city. see how big discounts could soon be coming your way. but first, here's today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >> donald trump has been living a charmed political life, but no more. polls indicate trump faces serious competition in iowa. >> if trump goes after cruz on serious issues, i think cruz will be serious and push back.
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offensive to rebut those critics who say that isis is winning. >> cbs news has learned that tashfeen malik sent private messages on facebook to her sister pledging her support for violent jihad. >> the premier here in hollywood was so massive they shut down four city blocks. >> this is the supreme epicenter of all things "star wars" nerddom geek galore. >> there are as many as a million being given a gifts this holiday season. the faa is saying you have to register your new toy before you fly it. >> who are these people here today? these are all ministers. >> does it seem to go against the sanctity of the surch to be taking guns in? >> not at all, not at all. >> american's most respected american doris kearns goodwin. congratulations on your recent emancipation. >> this morning's "eye opener"
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progressive. doris. >> what a night for doris. >> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. new polls show donald trump gaining this morning hours before the fifth and last republican debate of 2015. a monmouth university poll finds 41% of republican voters would support trump. he leads ted cruz and marco rubio by more than 25 points. this poll was done after trump suggested a temporary ban on muslims coming to the united states. >> but trump still has issues in iowa where two out of three recent polls show ted krouz in the lead. hecklers interrupted trump several times during his ate-night rally in las vegas. some protesters were escorted out. the republican front-runner insists he is not worried about iowa or tonight's debate. >> i think we're doing great in iowa. i expect to win iowa. we think we're going to do great in iowa.
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we're way, way, way up and south carolina has been unbelievable, and by the way, in nevada, in nevada we're winning big, big. we're winning in florida, we're winning everywhere. so i just want to let you know, this is not going to be a waste of anybody's time, believe me. i backed mccain, didn't win. i backed romney, didn't win. i said this time i'm doing it myself. we're watching television before and hearing all these announcers saying, well, who's going to take on trump tonight, who's going to hit him hard. i would say bring them on, who cares. >> donald trump, they confident young man. major garrett is outside the venetian hotel in las vegas where nine republican candidates will share the primetime stage tonight. major, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. donald trump is loading nationally but republicans don't award the nomination on a national primary, they do it state by state. for the first state, february 1st, iowa caucuses, trump is
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ted cruz is leading in two polls appeared they're tied in one. the most three recent surveys show trump in trouble in iowa. will trump attack cruz? maybe, maybe not. cruz has made clear he's not going to attack donald trump and he doesn't need to. cruz has risen in the polls largely by saying he is the one conservative that's taken on the beltway establishment, republican and democrat. if trump attacks cruz, he might find himself cross ways with cruz and his supporters but some of the top conservative radio hosts in the country. rush limbaugh has criticized trump for going after cruz on this basis. that will be an interesting subplot in tonight's debate. so will trump's call to ban all muslims in america. almost everyone on the debate stage has criticized that, some saying it's illegal, some saying it's counter productive. a month ago ben carson was leading in iowa and looked to be a formidable challenger to donald trump, but his soft approach to terrorism and issues
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an increaseingly tough debate in this country and in republican circles on how to confront terrorism generally and isis specifically. he'll need a big performance on foreign policy to rebound in this race. two others to watch tonight, marco rubio and chris christie. both are looking to be the alternatives to trump, cruz and carson should republicans want an alternative. christie is basing everything on new hampshire. rubio is just looking to beat expectations in iowa and new hampshire. both will try to sharpen their attacks against those outsiders, trump, cruz and carson so tonight is a big night for christie and rubio as well. gayle -- norah rather. >> good report, major. >> a great wrap-up, thank you so much, major. president obama says again that his military campaign against isis is working. he spoke on monday after meeting with his national security council at the pentagon. it was his fourth attempt to reassure the public since the san bernardino massacre.
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difficult fight. as i said before, isil is dug in, including in urban areas. we are hitting isil harder than ever. coalition aircraft, our fighters, bombers and drones have been increasing the face of their strikes. isil has lost thousands of square miles of territory it once controlled in syria and it will lose more. >> we should note that our charlie d'agata is in syria and a rebel commander there told him that it is hard to stop the isis attacks because they're constantly changing tactics. the commander also said isis seems to have an unlimited supply of suicide bombers. a texas plumber is suing a ford dealership after his old truck ended up in the hands of isis. a picture of his truck being used by isis appeared last year on social media. >> that country is going down the toilet, but for the first time, they know who to call to unclog it. >> reporter: the phones are ringing off the hook at mark one
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because of this photo posted on an islamic militant group's twitter feed. >> look at this picture. mark's company logo and his phone number, still clear as day on the side of that truck. >> yes, a texas plumber's work truck showed up in syria. although pickup truck, desert, giant machine gun, that could still be texas. >> mark oberholtzer owns mark 1 plumber and claims no bun at the dealership that bought his truck told him the decals would stay on it. >> the plumber has received thousands of threatening phone calls. people accused him of supporting terrorists. the calls contained threats of violence, property harm, injury and even delts. oberholtzer is suing the dealership for $1 million. the dealership is looking into exactly what happened. i could see why he'd be very upset about it. >> absolutely. that's his business and his livelihood. his reputation is important. >> now we know remove your decals off of your stuff before
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and "sports illustrated" has unveiled serena williams as its sportsperson of the year. just this year she won three major titles and 53 of 56 matches, but this morning not everyone is happy for the tennis star. horse racing fans complained on twitter that triple crown winner american pharoah was snubbed. >> even the horse's jockey, victor espinoza tweeted, the real winner is -- with a picture of the thoroughbred. most believed american pharoah deserved the award. the magazine said it was more than serena's accomplishments on the court that made her the clear winner this year. it says we are honoring serena williams too for reasons that hang in the grayer, less comfortable ether where issues such as race and femininity collide with the games. i tell you, serena is very happy. she tweeted it's nice to be recognized for my hard work, dedication and sheer determination. it gives me hope to continue on and do better. congratulations to her. >> yes. i think it was a good move by
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>> yes. she's had a very good year. the new "star wars" blockbuster opens in a few days and charlie traveled to talk with the "star wars" creator, george lucas. >> and it was a while before i finally realized no matter what happens i'm never going to get out. i'm always going to be george "star wars" lucas. >> lucas tells us how he'll be forever good morning. the weather is quiet with clouds and cool temps in the 30s. grab a warm coat with highs heading near 43 and a brisk wind. some drizzle or flurries are possible by this evening into wednesday morning with little if any accumulation expected. temps continue to trend cooler for the rest of the week but another warm up is
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the united states, britain and russia blasted off this morning for the international space station. nasa has much bigger ambitions. the agency is planning a human mission to mars for the 2030s. it's already recruiting americans who may take the journey and jan crawford is at the national air and space museum in washington with the out of this world plan. jan, good morning. >> reporter: well, good morning. so we're inside a model of the discovery shuttle where tourists can get a feel for what it's like to be an astronaut. if they like it, they may be able to apply. starting this week, nasa is opening up the application process for the next generation of space travel. >> going to mars on the human journey to mars i think absolute lies a renaissance. i think we've captivated not just u.s. but the world. >> the martian astronaut, it seems crazy that that's going to happen. >> reporter: the deputy administrator hopes a record-breaking number of qualified americans apply to
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good astronaut? important. how are people as leaders, how are they in a team. we have a really rigorous selection board. >> reporter: applicants must be a u.s. citizen with a bachelor's degree in engineering, biological or physical science or mathematics. they should have three years of relevant experience or 1,000 hours piloting a jet and the physical is another hurdle. >> is it a combination of like highly intellectual but also intensity physical? >> and also operational. and how you make decisions, how you work in teams because you're making critical decisions and in human space flight you're making life-and-death decisions. >> reporter: there have been 338 nasa astronauts ranging in age from 26 to 46. of the 6300 who applied for the last class, only eight, four men and four women, were chosen. that's about a 0.1% chance.
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melissa pemberton isn't discouraged. >> for a pilot and someone that has a passion for travel and adventure and aviation, i can't imagine a better job than being an astronaut. >> reporter: candidates will spend at least one year training for space walks, operating robotics and undergoing mission simulations all with a possibility of one day going to mars. >> it takes us about eight months to get there. it's round trip, so just under a couple of years round trip. and we'll be on the surface of mars for about 500 days searching for evidence of life, of past life. >> they're going to be together in that environment for almost back. person. >> reporter: so while space is a curiosity for many, the nasa job is obviously not a good fit for everyone. >> you've got to have a pretty good resume. >> people with a lot of experience and all the right academic background, that's who typically make it, but it is a
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>> it's kinds of an audacious undertaking. >> but you talk to any astronauts and they say, hey, we're just normal people. people are so humble and grounded and say you can do it, dream. that's an important message. >> newman says a lot of the them dream about wearing one of these. if you think you have the right stuff, nasa is taking applications until february 18th. >> do you want me to write you an application, gayle? i'll do it. >> that must be your other friend gayle. you mean charlie. jan, thank you again. you might be part of the country loving this warm weather, but some stores are feeling a big ole chill. advertising expert natalie zmuda is in our green room with how that's creating some bargains.
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food, sweaters, snow shovels, heaters, suits, all of those things in cold weather. >> so how do companies change their marketing, advertising. all of that based on predictions of the weather? >> so campbells wins as temperature dips between a certain base, they'll start advertising for soup. because they know when it gets cold out, people want to eat soup. so companies are looking for those sorts of things, whether it's raining, snow, they'll turn on advertising in response. >> it's hard to learn about that. >> right. they will advertise the shampoo. >> the option is to simply put it on sale as fast as you can? >> they will try to move it as much as they can. >> it gets cold.
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>> welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up, george lucas talks about leaving "star wars" behind, how he is setting a new standards far behind the world of science fiction. >> he did. a 7-year-old traveling an hour to school alone? seth doane shows us how japan nest. that's ahead. time to show you the hid lines from around the globe. britain's telegraph reports on scientists cracking the mystery
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here you can see it. scientists say the reduced movement on his right side may be gun slinger's gate. that's when you keep your right hand close to your weapon for easy access. it's consistent with put on's safety retraining. >> washington post says a person can overcome a fear of spiders in just two minutes. the treatment is described in a new report today from amsterdam. a person is first given the drug propranolol. the drug interrupts how memories of spiders are recalled and the person loses the rush of fear associated with them. okay. that's one way to go. the new york post reports on adele's emotional finish to a new york city concert. >> thank you so much. thank you. [ cheers ] >> i'll never forget it. thanks! >> we'll never forget it either, adem t. singer cries as she walks off the radio city music
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inside an elevator. adele suggled with stage fright. the video aired on the nbc special adele live in new york city last night. people just fell in love with her. she announced tour dates yesterday. >> that album "25" sold over 5 million copies. it is number one. i just love her. >> you can't find it on spotify? >> no, not yet. we reported early in the news the "star wars" creator george lucas walked last night on the red carpet. for the first time, he is not in control of the full movie. the saga became a part of our sulture, nearly 40 years ago. lucas' impact earned him one of this year's kennedy center honors. we met at his skywalker's ranch in california. he shares what it means to be a director. >> oh, a director is somebody
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world the way he wants it to be. sort of narcissistic. >> that's you? >> all directors. they're vaguely like emmororse -- emmore ers. which is emperors. he will create a world where people can fly. >> reporter: george lucas didn't create a new society. he constructed an entire galaxy. on its surface, the "star wars" series sci-fi space odyssey with odd creatures and epic space battles. but its genius lies in the simple story beneath all of that timeless almosts like family.
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>> is he stronger? >> no. >> and the fight between good and evil. >> i felt a great disturbance in the force. >> as its creator has been called one of the most innovative film makers in history. but it is hard. he considers himself a storyteller. >> didn't you intend to in the beginning create really three movies when you started? and then you decide only to take one part of that life story? >> yeah. i took the first act. then the first act didn't really work. so i said, okay, what i'm going to have to do is take the ending of the third film and put it on the first film. it's what you do. you got a bun were of stuff sitting on your desk as you're creating. let me take that, stick that in here. i wasn't worried that much about the sequels when i was actually making it. because i have to make there the best film. so when i moved onto the other once, i said, geeze, ben kenobi's dead is dad.
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and what do writers do? that's what the ending is. but part of it was simply when i got down tosome 069 other movies, i was able to create an environment and a world that wasn't possible when i started the first one. so to me, getting them to do it, ied a always wanted to do, but i could never do it. it was a muppet. >> lucas became a pioneer in the world of special effects. >> the general commandship is dead ahead. >> reporter: his work forever changed the way films are made and he changed how they sound, too. one, two, 3:00, 4:00 rock"? his hit "american graffiti" he opted out of traditional composer.
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with popular songs. [ music playing ] >> that's the clearest inpoint for a teenager is the music. half of what a teenager is, is music. you know, the other half is trouble. with raging hormones everywhere. at the same time, that's what the movie is about. >> cars and music and raging hormones? >> yeah. i should have called it that. we were looking for a title. you finally fixed it out. the studioped to call it another slow night in mo deficito. but cars, music and raging hormones would have been. >> uber cool. >> it could have been a hit. let's go surfing now. >> the low budget film was one of the most commercially successful films of raiders of the lost arc" and
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>> i mean i gave up directing in order to become a dad. you know, for 15 years, i just ran a company was an innovator. but it was not doing what i really liked to do which is make movies. >> that's because you wanted to be a dad? >> because, yeah, i -- and i never, it was one of those things you don't expect it to happen. but once i was a dad, it was like a bolt of lightning struck me. >> lucas adopted his first aughter with his wife marsha in 1991. after they divorced, he adopted two more children and raised them as a single dad. >> everybody says the following things, you are so very different. then in 2013, he mried melody hobson, investment executive and "cbs news" contributor. >> the thing we discovered which is miracle is we're exactly the same. >> together they have a two-year-old daughter. >> it's a miracle. that's how i see it. it shouldn't have happened.
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>> reporter: here at sky ranch north of san francisco, george is able to once again concentrate on being a father. three years ago, he sold lucas films to disney for $4 billion. >> who are you? >> let me just talk about the upcoming "star wars, the force awakens." how do you feel about it? >> well, it's, you know, i made the decision to sell the company "star wars." i made that decision. i looked at the future. i looked at the thought that i was going to have a baby. i looked at the fact that i was married. i looked at the fact that i wanted to build a museum. i looked at the fact that i wanted to make experimental films. so my life was going on a different track. so that started that ball rolling.
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it, they hired j.j. to come in. >> are you at peace with this as much as you canb? >> yes. fortunate i'm old enough to have been through this stuff before. i'm sure it will do magnificent. i'm sure they'll do a great job. you know, it will be different from what i would have done. >> everything he's done has earned him a prestige jusz kennedy center honor. >> george lucas, he's a half founder and a pioneer. >> at the awards, his good friend stephen spielberg explained the lucas legacy best. >> george lucas' "star wars" changed movies absolutely forever. >> he's making three movies every year. i said steven, when are you going to retire? he says, i'm not going to retire. my ultimate dream is to die on a set and kiel over on the middle of at shooing. i said, gee, my ambition is to die in bed watching one of your
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>> but that doesn't mean he's slowing down any time soon. because you have worn all these hats, though, film maker, director, storyteller, writer, technological innovator, what do you want the first line of your obituary wearto say? >> i tried. >> oh, how beautifully put. >> i love seeing his process, charlie, how he thinks. >> he means it, too, fathering means everything to him. he's a parent. and yet, but he also was a storyteller and he also is one heck of a director and one heck of an innovator. all the things he did to build that great company simply because there was a problem and he solved the problem and then all of a sudden he had a company. >> do you believe he has no ping watching "star wars"? >> i have a ping, his baby, yeah
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lucas and the 38 kennedy center honors, tuesday, december 29th at 9:00, 8:00 central right here on cbs. >> looking forward to that. free range parenting may be controversial in this country. but in japan, it's a way of life for family. >> it takes you 55 minutes to get to school? >> yeah. >> you will do this all alone? >> yes. >> is that strange? >> no. >> ahead, seth doane shows us how kids are expected to grow up fast. >> us a packed and ready to good morning. the weather is quiet with clouds and cool temps in the 30s. grab a warm coat with highs heading near 43 and a brisk wind. some drizzle or flurries are possible by this evening into wednesday morning with little if any accumulation expected. temps continue to trend cooler for the rest of the week but another warm up is coming early next week. have a
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>> every week day morning, kids go to school usually under the watchful eye of an adult. in japan, they are expected to make the journey alone. the population tops 38 million. that trip can last up to an hour, covering several miles. seth doane visited one family to learn how students going solo are protected. >> reporter: from 5:30 to 6:00 a.m., his routine looks like any 1st grader. this being japan, breakfast is rice with fish eggs and seaweed, otherwise it feels familiar. it's what comes next that's so surprising.
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get to school? >> yes. >> and you will do this all alone? >> yes. >> is that strange? >> no him. >> take a look at the trip he takes solo. it's a ten minute walk to the station where he swipes his card like a veteran commuter. there are trains to catch. and russia hour crowds to contend with. then there's a transfer to a second train and another walk all alone at age 7. but before you jump to judgment, meet his mom. >> do you worry about him? >> at the beginning, yes. i was so worried. >> in japan, parents are encouraged to let their kids go to school alone. in fact, it's mandated at sato's school. >> it's krulturally indoctrinated understanding that children are supposed to be independent by the time they start grade school.
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>> a japanese american sociologist now lives in tokyo. she is also a mom about to let her own daughter commute to school alone. >> in japanese it's -- a saying that children are exposed to, it means to these adored child, send them on journey. >> we've seen kids in japan serving food at school lunchtime and cleaning up afterwards. there is even a popular tv show on the subject, called "my first errand." it's been running for 25 years. she notes japan's trains are dependentable and there is a modern day tool to keep tabs on the little one. >> you can see where he is. >> reporter: a gps tracking device reports back to her phone. >> have you been to the u.s.? >> yes. >> would you let him go to school? >> no, never.
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>> really? why not? >> because i see a lot of guns on tv in the united states. i don't feel very safe him being alone and going to school by themselves. >> in america? >> yes. >> jo pan has a relatively low crime rate and the yellow flap on santos backpack marks him as a 1st grader. the community is expected to keep close watch. >> there are newspaper stories about pedophiles, there are subway cars in tokyo that have been made for only women. so there is no groping. do these parents have a sort of false sense of security here? >> every parent has to assess what he or she is comfortable with. absolutely, there is crime in japan. there is dang early. but have you as to weigh that against giving your child freedom and being confident that you have given your child the tools to be able to navigate that.
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>> returning from school, the 7-year-old seemed unfazed by any debate of his ailing journey. >> why do kids go to school by thems? >> why do americans not go to school alone? >> this is something an adult does that takes a train to go all alone seems like a big deal what do you think about that? >> not only that. >> why can't kids ride trains by themself, he asks? before we left, we spotted him doing some sweeping, just like a a-year-old would anywhere in the world. for "cbs this morning," i'm seth don't in tokyo. >> boy, it's amazing. >> it works for me. >> it does. >> i'm with you as a mom. i wouldn't do it here, either.
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