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good morning, it is friday, december 18th, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." plots to attack a community college and rush hour drivers. chilling new details after the arrest of the man who bought the san bernardino rifles. cbs news confirms that terrorists used encrypted apps to plan a paris attack. apple chief tim cook tells charlie why he stands up for privacy. >> was "the night before christmas" like you've never heard charlie before. >> i've never seen this. my goodness. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. enrique marquez faces three federal charges as well as a very serious charge of material support to terrorism. bernardino terror attack. to plot attacks but they never happened. >> the teenager in pennsylvania stars for supporting isis.
and magazines and ammunition. >> bernie sanders access confidential information from the clinton campaign. one staffer is fired. >> praise from vladimir putin not helping donald trump. >> putin is calling the republican presidential candidate bright and talented. >> i think that is great and what should be happening. >> martin shkreli who hiked the price of a drug 5,000 percent released on bail. >> pleading not guilty to securities fraught. wife of jason day hospitalized after lebron accidentally slammed into her chase ago loose ball. >> they say she is doing great now. >> disney and universal and seaworld activating security measures. >> "the force awakens" set to set box office records. >> i laughed. i cried, i scream. >> [ bleep ].
he drops it in the bucket. touchdown. >> in what could be the rams final home game in st. louis, it's a victory. >> and all that matters. >> president obama joins bear grylls on a jurnourney. >> this seems to be bear's main claim to fame is he drinks his own urine. i mean, you know? >> he bought the only wu-tang clan album and says he is not even playing it. >> the drug company ceo has been arrested. >> does wu-tang clan a [ bleep ]? this morning" sponsored by toyota. let's go places. welcome to "cbs this morning." norah o'donnell is off and kristine johnson of our new york station wcbs is with us. federal agents investigating
believe a former neighbor of the killers was also a would-be terrorist. enrique marquez was a longtime friend of sayyed rizwan farook. he is in jail facing a terror-related charge. >> official say he plotted with farook to attack a community college and a busy highway. carter evans has more. >> reporter: president obama will meet tonight with families of the victims of the san bernardino massacre, and while marquez is not accused of participating in those attacks, prosecutors believe he did have plans for other mass shootings with his longtime friend and former neighbor. after ten days of questioning by the fbi, enrique marquez arrived at a federal courthouse and appearing to face charges he
plotted terror attacks with rifles. they say he planned to admit an attack with farook rat riverside community college in 2011. according to the criminal complaint, the target attacks the school's taf year and library because they wanted to maximize casualties and planned a rush hour attack on riverside busy highway. they were throwing pipe bombs and disabling and stop traffic. marquez would watch for approaching emergency responders making it his priority to shoot law enforcement officers. investigators say farook introduced marquez to islam and exposed him to radical ideology around 2007. marquez started watching videos from al shabab and reading al qaeda's "inspired" magazine.
from farook after 2012 but his social media post had troubling signs. he wrote on facebook, no one really knows me. i lead multiple lives and i'm collapse. involved in terrorist plots and drugs and anti-social behavior. a 911 call is being studied after marquez made after the marquez made saying my neighbor shooting. the expletive using my gun in the shooting and he responded, after asked who it was, he said, "it's syed farook." he stopped plotting another terror attack with men in california foiled. marquez is accused of participating in a sham marriage with members of farook's extended family so she could obtain legal status. charlie? >> thanks, carter. new developments in the investigation of the paris attacks. cbs news confirms the isis
appears, the determination of investigations and allowed the killers to keep their plot secret. on spoke with apple's ceo tim cook on sunday. the interview took place prior to the attack but cook has since told us that apple has not changed its position. >> in the government, they say it's like, you know, you have a search warrant but you can't unlock the trunk. >> here is the situation. on your smartphone today, your e iphone, there is likely help information and there is financial information. there are intimate conversations with your family or your coworkers. there is probably business secrets. and you should have the ability to protect it. and the only way we know how to do that is to encrypt it. why is that? it's because if there is a way to get in, then somebody will find a way in. there have been people that
but the reality is if you put a back door in, that back door is for everybody, for good guys and bad guys. >> reporter: but does the government have a point in which they say if we have good reason to believe in that information is evidence of criminal conduct? or national security behavior? >> well, if the government lays a proper warrant on us today, then we will give the specific information that is requested, because we have to, by law. in the case of encrypted communication, we don't have that and so if like your i messages are encrypted. we don't have access to those. >> reporter: but help me understand how you get to the government's dilemma. >> i don't believe that the tradeoff here is privacy versus national security. >> reporter: versus security? >> i think that it's overly simplistic view. we are america.
>> our next hour, we will hear how cook talks about tax and you can see the entire interview sunday night on "60 minutes" and we will take you inside apple's design process. >> 80 firefighters are died in iraq led by american-led air strike. hundreds of militants in the attacks starting wednesday on kurdish positions near mosul and isis controls that city. the u.s. and its allies launched strikes that lasted 17 hours and helped propel the assault. many of the nation's theme parks are stepping up security this morning ahead of the holidays. visitors to disney, seaworld and universal studios theme parks will see stricter security measures. anna werner is outside disney world in orlando, florida, why vacationers are not letting fear get in the way of some fun. anna, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. yesterday, disney world
white tents and some visitors will get secondary screening. to eliminate any confusion between a real gun and a toy gun, as of yesterday, disney world will no longer be selling toy guns the happiest place on earth is trying to stay that way. disney is installing metal detectors to beef up security at its florida and california theme parks. >> definitely a sign of the times. but it doesn't bother me. it doesn't bother me we have to wait a little bit longer to get into somewhere because i feel safer. >> reporter: disney say they have added visible and nonvisible security measures including more law enforcement officers and specially trained dogs. guests 14 years and older will no longer be allowed to wear costumes and toy guns, including water pistols, have been banned and removed from disney store shelves.
in a statement, disney said we continually review our comprehensive approach to security and are implementing additional security measures as appropriate. other major properties, including universal theme parks and seaworld, have begun taking similar precaution. >> venues are continuously enhancing their menu plans. >> reporter: he is a safetynd security educator. >> when you have the most recent terrorist attack they revisit their emergency plans and they basically fine-tune them. >> reporter: induced security can't spoil the magic for this family who drove 20 hours from indiana to orlando for their disney vacation. do you worry about somebody doing something? >> yes and no. you can't always be worried about what is going to happen. what is going to happen is going to happen. >> reporter: now another major muchlt amusement park six flags say they have already have metal detectors in place. this is a busy time for
amusement parks. last year disney world and disney land had to close their parks at christmas because they too many people. >> this morning the particularicdemocratic party is blocking the bernie sanders campaign because a staffer used a -- nked isancy cordes the complications. >> reporter: i spoke to the sanders campaign a short time ago then they confirmed their data director has been fired and looking into the possibility that others on the campaign accessed the data as well. this involves a democratic database that contains valuable information. they are allowed by the dnc to access that information and store their own data on the system. on wednesday, a software glitch at the company that manages the database exposed private
the system. and during that time, about a half an hour, the sanders' campaign confirms that their data director discovered the flaw and wasdnc it became clear that one of our staffers accessed modeling data from another campaign. that behavior is unacceptable and that staffer was immediately fired. the dnc says it has suspended the sanders campaign access to the database until it can determine that it no longer possesses any of the clinton data. >> thank you, nancy. russian president vladimir putin says donald trump is an absolute leader of the presidential race. putin also called him bright and talented during thursday's year-end news conference. the republican front-runner is glad to hear it. >> well, i welcome it. i think it's great. i think that is what should be happening. i mean, his dislike for president obama and it's a mutual thing, is terrible. that's why you see all of the conflict, all of the problems,
all of the hatred. we should be able to work together. we can work with russia, if we can't, that is not a good thing and i'm greatly honored by his statement. i think it's terrific. >> putin said russia would work with any u.s. president who is elected. a former pharmaceutical ceo accused of price gouging is out on bail after his arrest on unrelated fraud charges. martin shkreli was led away in handcuffs by fbi agents. federal prosecutors allege he lied and stole to keep his other companies afloat. he was also a symbol of corporate greed by raising the price of a medicine more than 50 times. anthony maven is here with more. >> reporter: the federal indictment alleges that shkreli take money from a fund. over five years, they say he built a web of lies and deceit.
brooklyn federal courthouse thursday, martins shkreli put up $5 million bail for his freedom. federal prosecutors say shkreli ran his businesses like a ponzi scheme. >> he used each subsequent company to pay off defrauded investors from the prior company and use the public company's assets to pay off his own personal death. >> reporter: the criminal indictments alleges between 2009 and 2014 shkreli lost millions through bad trades with his hedge funds and looted retrophin where he was ceo to pay back clients. shkreli told one investor his hedge fund held 35 million in assets when it only had $700. >> i'm a capital istist and trying to create a big drug company. >> reporter: he was vilified in september when his company turing pharmaceuticals increased
the price of a prescription medication from $13.50 a pill to $750. >> there is a company that was selling an as0 aster martin at the price of a bicycle and we buy that company and ask to charge toyota prices i don't think that should be a crime. >> reporter: shkreli expects to be fully vindicated. it is no koins that these charges have been filed -- >> one of the cardinal rules in draw attention to yourself. >> reporter: while the charges are unrelated to his leadership at turing pharmaceuticals, former federal prosecutor doug burns said the price hike did put shkreli on the radar. >> when a regulatory body stops looking at one thing, they may look at other things. >> reporter: the flamboyant ceo called more attention to himself when he paid $2 million to buy the only copy of a new album by
the rap group wu-tang clan. the fbi said they were not aware of how he raised those funds. on twitter, the agency posted, quote, there was no seizure warrant, which means we didn't seize the wu-tang album. >> got that, anthony. doesn't seem like a lot of people feel sympathy for him this morning. we turn to villains and storm troops on the big screen area talking about the new movie "star wars." it's out, have you heard? fans lined up for "the force awakens" premiere last night. theater. >> reporter: you can see there is already a robe here ready for the "star wars" faithful. this is disney's first "star wars" movie since they bought george lucas company for $4
the second trilogy of "star wars" films was a bit disappointing so here is hoping the force is strong with this one. >> the force. >> reporter: "star wars" means big business for everyone in its galaxy and beyond. box office analysts predict the movie could bring in $1.5 to $2 billion in ticket sales. >> merchandise surrounding this film is unprecedented. >> reporter: earnings are expected to stretch far beyond the box office. >> i came across campbell's soup has was branded with a "star wars" character. i came across a pottery barn bed selling for $4,000 that looked like the millennium falcon. >> reporter: sure, many "star wars" toys under christmas trees this year but a host of other companies are looking to take advantage of the "star wars" blitz including shoe designers
richard barry for toys "r" us. >> "star wars" is one of the most important and best selling franchises in our stores, not just in the united states but >> reporter: it's not just well-known chains getting in on the act. ample hills creamery in brooklyn, new york, is churning out "star wars" ice cream, after its cofounder brian smith struck up an unlikely friendship with disney's ceo. this franchise, everything associated with it does gang busters. >> the first week of selling "star wars" we sold as many pints online as we have sold online in the year previous. >> reporter: the family decided on two flavors. the light side. >> the most lightest ice cream we should do is marshmallow. >> reporter: and the dark side. >> espresso fudge brownies. >> reporter: for him this is a rare opportunity. >> i feel proud we have done
feels like ample hills and feels like "star wars.." >> reporter: has george lucas sampled it? >> not yet, no. >> reporter: you guys know i have been a lifelong fan of "star wars." this photo was taken of me back in 1977. you know i'm ready for this weekend! >> that is so cute, vlad! people who have seen the movie love it. we will get your view later on. fans left out in the cold. ahead how adele's first north american concert tour in five years, leads to some tears good morning. bundle up for the coldest conditions we've seen yet this season with wind chills near 10. highs stay seasonably cool near 33 with some light snow across northeast iowa. temps warm up over the weekend near 40 on saturday and near 50 on sunday. late sunday some drizzle is possible followed by
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>> lebron james took a big leap last night with a very rough landing. the cleveland cavalier flew into a fan sitting courtside. the woman was ellie day, the wife of pga golfer jason day. she was taken out on a stretcher and taken to the hospital and now reported being released and is going to be okay. james tweeted later, my jeez. i hope you guys come back to another game soon. love,
l.j. >> they said he sent her flowers. welcome back to "cbs this morning." this half hour, muslim americans respond to people who challenge their religion. ahead how muslims hope to move forward with a positive conversation. >> it's not adele's music that is making fans emotional this morning.
we will look at how scalpers stole the show ahead of her concert tour. time to show you some
of the morning's headlines from around the globe. "the new york times" reports on pope francis clearing the way for mother teresa to become a saint. francis said a man in brazil was cured of a brain infection after the nun prayed for him. a major spending cut for the military's trouble radar balloon program. congressional leaders want to cut the funding by 75% to just over $10 million. those blimps carry radar for missile defense. in october, you may remember, that one broke loose at an army facility in maryland. it drifted for hours and hit the power lines before coming down in pennsylvania. the "los angeles times" reports a gas leak is forcing students from their schools. this enhanced video shows a leak
storage well and sending massive amounts of major thainethane into the air. the students have been moved elsewhere and the gas has received 4,500 inquires about temporary housing. so far this year police arrested or charged nfl players 35 times and that is the lowest number since 2000. the drop follows a tougher personal conduct policy that came out last year after a series of violent incidents. it offers counseling to the players. donald trump's call for temporary ban on muslims entering the united states sparked a debate on and off the campaign trail. this morning, we are hearing from muslim americans. republican strategist and cbs news contributor frank luntz led a focus group here last night in studio 57. >> reporter: good morning. >> our discussion included 16 people. all muslim and all but three
while there was not a broad consensus, everybody agreed this was a conversation that had to happen. how does it feel that your faith is at the core of one of the most disruptive, divisive political conversations in a long, long time? how does that make you feel? >> i feel optimistic, because this gives me a chance and us a chance to tell us -- to tell you guys who we really are. >> american muslims come from 77 different countries and speak hundreds of languageses and die largely the narrative is else. that's not our religion and that is not our narrative and i think back. >> i also think it's important not to ignore the fact that all of this painful conversation is not necessarily positive even though it is an opportunity. oftentimes, there are this rhetoric. >> you said it's painful.
how is it painful? >> because it's -- this is my faith. it helps a part of who i am and for me to see it has been so demonize is painful and scary. >> i had a call across the country not watch the republican debate in front of their children because i knew that that subjecting our children to hear the hateful stereotyping and lumping of muslims in our country will psychologically impact them so that is how deep this is for us. >> don't you want the kids to face? >> i don't want my children to be subjected to racism and vilification of their faith and will not allow donald trump to tell my kids how they should >> right. >> how many of you are physically afraid. >> increase in hate crimes has been reported to the council on american islamic relations and
as well as -- a 300% increase in hate crimes. >> do you understand why people are afraid? >> i absolutely understand to a certain degree why people are afraid. we can't hide behind the fact that nonmuslim americans right now do feel afraid. not because of the fact that their safety is concerned, but because somebody looks different. >> we are not chanting death to america and we don't have bombs in our hands, okay? we are just being ourselves and this is a narrative that is missing right now. >> i'm proud to be a muslim and i'm proud to be an american. no one will take that away from me regardless. >> so i got to ask you guys, how did you feel when you first learned that the murderer in san bernardino held your faith? >> some kind of attack in this country, every time there is any kind of a crime, i'm literally praying and i'm sure that everyone else is literally praying that it's not a muslim. before any factor. we are literally praying it's not muslim and when it is, i know exactly what is going to happen. >> the people that committed those heinous crimes, they were not members of my faith.
i want to that to be very clear. >> there is a problem. there's been too many american muslims that have committed violence and their interpretation is such this is in the name of religion. i don't think we can, you know, run away from that. there has been too many of these incidents. >> are you muslim first or american first? >> i am an american muslim. i can be both at the same time. i don't choose one over the other. i am a american muslim and i am both simultaneous. >> there are so many other issues besides our religion. this is not a muslim only issue, i'm an american and we are americans here and we have so many facets to our identity and we cannot be characterized in this neat little box. >> repeating this is un-american to be hazel toward a group of people is historic inaccurate. as difficult as it is for me to say i want to say this is un-american and not what our values are. we are we have targeted and discriminated case and
before. this is an ugly part of our history and hopefully not a part of our future. >> frank, this is an important debate, a very important conversation that has to be taking place at america and this time. what came out of it? what was, in a sense, the essence of what you saw and heard here? >> very deep frustration that nobody is listening to them. that they are the focus of debate, that they are the focus of all sorts of conversations. many of them negative and that they don't have a voice that they are being attacked by the leading presidential candidate response. they were so grateful to be gathered in that room to have the chance to speak out. by the way, charlie, there is going to be a much longer clip of this on cbsn go to web and see ten minutes of this. we left out so much. the fear they have walking in the streets every day. these are voices that are unheard. >> do they speak to the responsibility of muslims to get
>> they do, but they also speak -- i kept trying to ask them that. and they spoke to the responsibility of the media and of the society, not to label them and not to discriminate against them because some people in the name of a religion that they would argue isn't practicing, that they are committing crimes and these people end up getting blamed for and they talk about the discrimination and it is -- it's very dramatic. for me, it was very emotional. i was trying to be diplomatic, but i'm going to admit something, i did not push as much as i normally do in these sessions. >> why? >> the reason why is because i wanted their voice to be unedited. i did not want to ever push them into saying things they did not believe. i have to tell you, their animosity towards donald trump is unprecedented and what i would love to see is trump add a muslim community, at a muslim community, have them hear what he had to say. it would be so dramatic.
>> words with be powerful and hurtful and it's important you had this conversation. a reminder you can't paint anybody with one brush. >> exactly. >> you cannot do it. >> but everyone has got to get heard. >> you're right. >> beginning of a conversation hopefully that will lead to some resolution. frank luntz, thank you. from dearborn, michigan, to los angeles we are gathering voices from the islamic comupts as communities as part of our series. all day we will highlight those thoughts on our facebook and instagram pages. for more go to cbsthismorning.com. >> would you like to pay thousands to see adele live? you might not have a choice. that is coming up next. you're watching "cbs this morning." zack. turning it on now.
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high prices from scalpers. thousands spent time online to get tickets to her first american tour in five years. vinita nair, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. tickets went on sale for 56 shows on thursday and many in huge arenas that seat thousands of fans. adele went to measures to keep the tickets from being jacked up. the tickets are showing up on stubhub for thousands of dollars. hello it's me >> reporter: adele is the reigning queen of her great. now many feel her pain. after spending hours online on thursday to get tickets some received this message, instead
adele tears while listening to adele music and trying to buy adele ticket. >> reporter: her new album "25" has sold more than 5 million copies and top seller of 20165. the tour quickly sold out. seats on subhub selling for almost a million dollars at madison square garden in new york city. secondary ticket market is now estimated to be worth a reported $8 billion a year. earlier this week, the group mumford and sons posted on a blog saying the following. rumor has it >> reporter: adele's team says it worked hard to ensure her concert tickets went directly to her fans.
work with songkick who look to weed out secondary sellers by managing ticket sales through an artists's website or fan club. still. >> virtually, everything that has been created to try to shut out scalpers has been conquered by scalpers. >> reporter: adele's management team had no comment when we asked them about fan disappointment off thursday's sales but the manager said they have done everything in their power to -- you have to imagine that is frustrating for them too. >> very frustrating. >> they actually hire coders to break into this so they can grab is many tickets as they can. quite the system. if you still have to buy gifts, well, you could see some cash by shopping online today. we will explain how. plus, this dare devil is actually skyping from the clouds! ahead, hear the surprise reaction from his parents as he is soaring 13,000 feet. first, it's time to check
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it is friday. it's friday! i'm so happy. december 18th, 2015. welcome back to "cbs this morning." there is more real news ahead, including how last-minute shoppers can save money. we'll find out whether free shipping day could set a trend for the whole year. first, here's today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >> prosecutors believe he did hatch plans for other mass shootings with his long-time friend and former neighbor. >> the sanders campaign says that one of our staffers accessed modeling data from another campaign. >> the federal indictment alleges martin shkreli over five years built a web of lies and deceit. >> there have been people that suggest that we should have a back door, but the reality is if you put a back door in, that back door is for everybody, for good guys and bad guys. >> yesterday disney world installed metal detectors and some visitors will get secondary screenings.
a velvet rope right here ready for the "star wars" faithful. >> it was totally worth it. this is one of those epic experiences i will remember for the rest of my life. - >> they went to great lengths to keep tickets out of secondary sellers. >> the ad agency is currently testing billboard's with hidden microsoft connect cameras that read emotions so if it detects me losing interest, they can put that geico gecko in something low cut. >> this morning's "eye opener" progressive. i'm charlie rose with gayle king and christine johnson of wcbs in new york. norah is off. a friend of one of the san bernardino shooters is in jail this morning, and investigators are revealing details of plans for other alleged attacks. enrique marquez bought the assault rifles used by syed rizwan farook and tashfeen malik
to kill 14 people. marquez is not accused of participating in that attack. he is charged with conspiring to provide material support to terrorists. federal agents say he was radicalized by farook and they planned other attacks that never happened. >> the indictment claims the two allegedly wanted to attack riverside community college, targeting the cafeteria and
the library to create the most casualties. they also allegedly planned a rush hour attack on a busy state highway in riverside. farook planned to throw pipe bombs on the freeway to disrupt the traffic and then shoot into the cars and marquez would watch for approaching first responders and shoot them, if necessary. marquez says he began to pull away from farook after 2012. a pharmaceutical ceo who boosted the price of a drug more than 5,000% is out on bail this morning facing unrelated fraud charged. federal prosecutors arrested martin shkreli on thursday. they accuse him of a ponzi scheme, stealing from a previous
drug company to pay off his former hedge fund investors. about a month ago shkreli began live streaming himself on youtube. the videos would sometimes last for ten hours or more at a time. >> he. >> reporter:ed himself work are or playing video games. even recorded himself sleeping. he chatted with his audience and defended himself against critics who accuse him of price gouging. he also seemed to taunt fans of the wu-tang clan. he played $2 million for the only copy of the group's album. >> i'm curious how many fans he's got today. >> or friends. >> or friends. you're right about that too. on the eve of the next democratic debate, the bernie sanders campaign is in trouble with the democratic national committee. the campaign is blocked from using the party's voter files. a software flaw allowed sanders data director to read confidential material from hillary clinton's campaign. the staffer reported the problem and has now been fired.
the vermont senator picked up a union endorsement thursday from the communication workers of america. he predicted their partnership would help them create a political revolution. but a nationwide poll out this morning shows hillary clinton leading sanders by 31 points. nancy cordes is with us from washington. nancy, good morning. >> good morning. >> so how big of a problem is this for the sanders campaign? >> gayle, even the campaign acknowledges that it's significant because what the dnc has done is to temporarily cut off the campaign's access to this key voter base and that means not only can the sanders camp not access shared democratic voter files, they can't even access their own voter files that they have stored on the system and that's with just weeks to go before the first caucuses and primaries. >> before this news broke, he was having a pretty good day. >> he was having a good day. he picked up a key union endorsement, he's notched millions of individual donors, but the sanders campaign is going to argue, look, we moved very quickly when we discovered
the staffer accessed the data, we fired him. they had been warning the dnc for months that this glitch was enabling the campaigns to see each other's data so they say they got on top of this pretty quickly. >> looking forward to the next democratic debate, what should we expect? >> hillary clinton has an interesting challenge in this debate because as you pointed out she's leading bernie sanders almost 2-1 nationally so you can see where she might want to play it safe in this debate. but she is trailing sanders in new hampshire by ten points according to some polls and this debate is in new hampshire tomorrow night, so she needs to convince local voters that she wants it and that they shouldn't vote for sanders, who is from neighboring vermont. so this pool of voters knows him very well. >> the republicans have been getting all the attention, nancy. does this hurt hillary clinton if she makes it to the general election? >> you know, if there was a really high-minded, spirited debate going on on the other side, that would be a problem for her, and there is some of that going on, but when you've
got the top candidate praising vladimir putin and his opponents calling him a chaos candidate, then in that case clinton is perfectly happy to fly under the radar for now. it sort of gives her some breathing room before the long slog through the caucuses and the primaries. >> thanks, nancy. apple is changing its management team. tim cook named the man who will fill his old job. jeff williams becomes apple's first chief operating officer in more than four years. cook left that position to replace steve jobs, whose health was failing. right now we have more from my interview with cook for this sunday's "60 minutes." he addresses one of the biggest controversies the tech giant faces, taxes from overseas >> how do you feel when you go before congress and they say you're a tax avoider? >> what i told them and what i'll tell you and the folks watching tonight is we pay more taxes in this country than anyone. >> well, they know that and you should because of how much money you make.
>> well, i don't deny that. we happily pay it. >> you also have more money overseas probably than any other american company. >> we do, because two-thirds of our business is over there. >> why don't you bring that home is the question? >> i'd love to bring it home. >> why don't you? >> because it would cost me 40% to bring it home and i don't think that's a reasonable thing to do. this is a tax code, charlie, that was made for the industrial age, not the digital age. it's backwards. it's awful for america. it should have been fixed many years ago. it's past time to get it done. >> but here's what they concluded. appear 'emle is engaged in a sophisticated scheme to pay little or no corporate taxes on $74 billion on revenues held overseas. >> that is total political crap. there's no truth behind it. apple pays every tax dollar we owe. >> he made that clear. >> he did. and apple is not -- apple is like a lot of other multi-national corporations,
they're not bringing us some of the profits they make overseas home because of the tax structure. the interesting thing i want to say about this two pieces, all of that is from part two, which is about the challenges facing apple. what we see in part one is tim and this remarkable process in which apple sort of defines its products, designed by johnny ive, a man most people don't know about, who is one of the extraordinary features of this company and silicon valley. >> but, you know what's so interesting to me is tim cook rarely gives interviews, so to hear him say anything at all is fascinating to me. >> and to stand firm and make his argument. >> they're at the center of a lot of important questions for america. >> they sure are. >> and everybody i know has an iphone, so there you go. >> that's why they're the richest company in the world. >> you can see charlie's "60 minutes" interview with tim cook on sunday. he'll go inside the design process that gave the world
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deliveries done on time. but it is also a special day if you like buying gifts online. free shipping day means that some retailers will waive the fee on the things you buy no matter how little you spend. online sales could hit $105 billion this season a gain of 6% over last year. cbs contributor nicholas thompson is the editor of "the new yorker".com. thank you for joining us. >> glad to be here. >> how much attention do shippers pay to shipping costs? >> massive. when you look what retailers are looking for when they choose their store and products free shipping is the top priority besides price. important thing and lots of retailers are using it now. have free shipping? >> i think free shipping is miracle. you can imagine instead of having free shipping you have all of these hidden fees, right?
what free shipping does is it tells you when you buy something for $129 and cost you that plus tax. imagine the airlines you have six fees after that. i think it's because of amazon. they offer free shipping and everybody has to match it and it's actually a very consumer friendly evolution. >> are we going to see this in the future free shipping everywhere? >> we kind of do. the exact data is hard to find but it's a huge percentage. perhaps more than 50% of purchases online have free shipping. look at the retailers that have free shipping today. it's massive and i think one of the things priced into the market and adds a lot of clarity and won't mean you pay less, right? the retailers need to make a certain amount of profit but it will make it clear and possible to compare and know what you're actually spending. >> does it matter if it's
free if it doesn't get there on time. >>. can they keep up with the demand? christmas is a week away. >> a cyber monday a lot of packages deliver. if you're buying online or shipping your own products, i would suggest you do it right now. i would also suggest you don't even open your browser or look at your phone after monday. just go into the store after that. because it's not going to make it! given on what we have seen so far. >> it will make it for christmas? >> it will make it for christmas. buy today you will be fine. middle of next week you'll have unhappy friends or family members. >> fountain company says i'm going to get it by december 23rd. >> guaranteed sometimes. >> exactly. can i make sure that it's going to be there? >> i would have a certain amount of confidence. remember, these are companies that are going to be driving on icy roads and more packages than ever been before and try to get people work overtime shifts
logistics on complicated. the last time in 2013 a lot of packages didn't get near where they were supposed to on december 25th. add flexibility for a into your purchasing is my recommendation or go for it but you're taking a risk. >> cyberdelivers took 20% longer. >> a lot of reports trucks haven't been unloaded yet and problems with supplies. i'm a little hesitant and i think be a little early. get the two-day shipping option and do it three or four days in advance. >> after that, you'll get it in person. >> i've ordered all of your presents and they should be getting there very soon. >> touche. nicely done. president obama eats a bear's leftovers. we will get a taste of the president's alaskan adventure in the wild and the message he is
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"running wild with bear grylls." a spice of life we rarely see. >> why wouldn't the bear finish this? this looks like a nice looking piece of fish. let's try that. tasty. >> different ideas of tasty. the show was intermediate in september on the president's trip to alaska. his goal was to highlight the effects of krimt changeclimate change. the president in the wild under tight security and uses a smartphone. >> i got my own. although i never know how to work this. i got to reverse it. this thing, right? there we go. hey, joe, what is the code? i need pass code! do you remember it? i got to take a shot right here. oops. >> come on, president, you've done it again. this is excruciating. i'm sure my girls will be
technology cal prowess. it's possible you guys could edit that out? maybe not. >> it's too gooed goo to be edited out. he described one of the best days of his presidency. i love the line "what is the code? ". >> everybody who saws that says, thank god, i like the fact he couldn't do it because i've had that problem myself. >> the teenagers in the house know how to do it. writer, actor, and producer, director, author, comedian, and now add app developer. the multitasking b.j. novak is in our toyota green room and he will show us how he is leaping into the tech world. that is all ahead after your local news. welcome back, it's now 8:25!
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>>lcom >> welcome back to "cbs this morning." christmas is a week away today, get ready. coming up in this half hour, b.j. novak left the office behind but he's bringing some of his celebrity friends behind as he builds a new app. he's in studio 57 to show you how you too can participate. right, b.j.? plus a little christmas present from everyone here at "cbs this morning." we're pleased to share our own reading of the classic poem "'twas the night before christmas." that's ahead. right now it's time to show you some of this morning's headlines from around the globe. "the washington post" reports on an israeli supermodel suspected of tax evasion. she and her mother were detained in tel aviv briefly and then released. officials say she failed to report millions of dollars in income and luxury items. her mother's lawyer says no one here deceived anyone else.
reports by a big move off the court by shumpert. he helped deliver his own daughter. his fiancee went into labor at home. he played the role of doctor of their newborn. what did they name the baby? >> iman shumpert jr. and "the guardian" from england shows us this christmas photo of the duke and dutchess of cambridge and their family. it is the first christmas prince william and his wife kate and prince william will attend. we dug up this video showing princess diana taking william to his first day of nursery school way back in 1985. >> gosh, look at his little shoes. b.j. novak made a name for himself in hollywood as an actor, writer, producer and the hit tv comedy "the office."
he created an app called wolf. >> it is a site that i'm launching to be the last word in social networking. for just $12.99 a month it links up all your communication portals so you are always in reach. it's part of the dog pack i call it. why tell you when i can show you. i just sent myself a woof. >> you have a woof on line one. >> thank you, erin. woof. >> now b.j. novak is really adding app developer to his resume. he co-founded the fist applist app is what it's called. people can make lists about various topics. snoop dogg created one called other great combos besides gin and juice. chicken and waffles, kobe and shaq. b.j. novak, good morning. >> good morning. >> what's going on in your life that you said, you know what, we need a list. >> it looked like so much fun when i played the guy on tv i
>> because we all do it, right? >> we all make lists. we all think in lists, i find. it's not just what my favorite movies are this year but what am i thinking about today, what are my feelings, what are my memories of this or that. i thought it would be great where you could have a place to share lists, even as simple as what restaurants do you like these days. it's the kind of list you keep on your phone, but there's no one place. so i asked my friend, mindy -- >> mindy who? who is this mindy? >> i asked her if she could make a list of good places to buy a present for someone because she's a great shopper. i thought if she put this list on sort of a place where people put lists
wouldn't a lot of people benefit from that? so that's what gave me the original idea. since then, it's taken off in a direction of self-expression. because we think in lists so often, it's much easier to express yourself in that form
be inciteful and people create things that are more elaborate than they ever thought they would. >> in some cases it's a trip inside somebody's mind. >> exactly. at first i thought we're going to take all the lists that are normally on e-mail in a notepad. it turns out there's over 100,000 lists in the first two months and it's really because we have lists in our brains. and that's where they're going. >> but i love the topic because b.j.'s list says how i'd like to imagine the day ringo presented octopus garden to the beatles. he plays it for george. george doesn't want to be the one to tell ringo that's not necessarily good. >> we have a lot of writers. sheryl strait is one, a lot of people come on
and write these stories in list form. >> what was mindy's list of shauching? shopping? >> she did a list of stores, she did a list called makeup for brown skin that she wanted to recommend her favorite products
to people. >> do you have a list, gayle? >> actually gayle does have a list. >> i wanted to play. when i heard he was doing this, i want to play. >> this is gayle's list. things to do when hell freezes over. number one, start wearing flats. >> what? >> i even like to have a little wedge to nie flip-flops. >> cbs this morning cooking segments. >> can't you just see charlie in an apron, b.j.? >> i saw you reading a book. you wear a costume very well, charlie. >> next on the list, two words. yoga. test survival skills on "naked and afraid." >> we were trying to get viewers here. >> i think producers out there are pitching that right now. >> no, thank you. >> i learned so much about you from this list. it was so funny, and i know all
>> tell us what you think you learned. >> she's not a fan of yoga. conscious about public nudity. >> anxious about nudity, that's true. >> charlie, i don't know what your opinion is. >> about public nudity? >> but i point is -- >> it depends on where, what beach. >> if you had been asked to write an essay, you know, i think that you would have been -- i mean you're all writers, but you would have been overwhelmed. whereas in a list we all think that way and it's so much easier to share with our friends. >> mindy has you on her list of celebrities that have huge heads. >> do you have a big head? >> apparently. apparently i'm a celebrity. >> mindy said my relationship with b.j. novak is weird to tell. he's not boy boyfriend, he's not
it's romantic kael charged camaraderie with loud arguments. >> you can request a list from me and i'll indicate everything mindy is to me. >> but you also are working on a new book. yes or no? >> together. >> together. >> we're trying to figure something out. she's such a fantastic writer, i think that our arguments together are very fun, so hopefully we'll figure out what to do. >> you're a good writer too. >> ways to tell her charlie rose loves her. >> b.j. novak, thank you so much. it's a great app. it's a lot of fun. too. great news list. this morning we will have a new twist on a classic tale. do not miss this. >> 'twas the night before christmas when all through the house not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. >> charlie makes some holiday magic with his reading of "' good morning. bundle up for the coldest conditions we've seen
but many people do not know that today's conception of santa claus being a plump fellow who climbs down chimneys to deliver toys has come from the poem. it has become a christmas tradition in homes across the country so we thought we would try our hand at it. here is our very own "'twas the night before christmas." >> 'twas the night before christmas by clement clark moore. 'twas the night before christmas when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. the stockings were hung by the chimney with care in hopes that st. nicholas soon would be there. the children were nestled all snug in their beds when visions of sugar plums danced in their heads. and mama in his ker chief and me in my cap had just settled our brains for a long winter's nap. when out on the lawn there arose
bed to see what was the matter. away to the window i flew like a flash, tore open the shutters and threw up the sash. the moon on the breast of the new fallen snow gave a luster of midday to objects below. when what to my wondering eyes did appear but a miniature sleigh and eight tiny reindeer. with a little ole driver so lively and quick, i knew in a moment he must be st. nick. more rapid than eagles, his coarsers they game, and he whistled and shouted and called them by name. now dasher, now dancer, now prancer and vixen, on comet, on cupid, on donner and blitzen. to the top of the porch, to the top of the wall, now dash away, dash away, dash away all. as dry leaves that before the wild hurricane fly, when they meet with an obstacle mount to
the sky. so up to the housetop the courseers they flew with a sleigh full of toys and st. nicholas too. and then in a twinkling i heard on the roof the prancing and pawing of each little hoof. as i drew in my head and was turning around, down the chimney st. nicholas came with a bound. he was dressed all in fur from his head to his foot, and his clothes were all tarnished with ashes and soot. a bundle of toys he had flung on his back, and he looked like a peddler just opening his pack. his eyes, how they twinkled, his dimples how merry. his cheeks were like roses, his nose like a cherry. his droll little mouth was drawn up like a bow and the beard of his chin was as white as the snow. the stump of a pipe he held tight in his teeth and the smoke it encircled his head like a wreath.
round belly, that shook when he laughed like a bowl full of jelly. he was chubby and plump, a right jolly old elf, and i laughed when i saw him in spite of myself. a wink of his eye and a twist of his head, soon he gave me to know i had nothing to dread. he spoke not a word, but went straight to his work and filled all the stockings, then turned with a jerk. and laying his finger aside his nose, and giving a nod, up the chimney he rose. he sprang to his sleigh, to his team gave a whistle. and away they all flew like the down of a thistle. i heard him sclam asexclaim as he drove out of sight, happy christmas to all, and to all a good night. >> beautifully done. >> good job, charlie. >> for some odd reason i feel like snug ling in your lap right now.
>> the crackling of the fire. >> it reminds me of when you are a kid and you used to read that to your own children or it was read to you. and we can also say the words. i wasn't trying to go to a bad place there, it was very nice. >> one more time the magic it can be. >> we need to make a list of all the things we loved about that.
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>> thank you, abby! >> the premiere here in hollywood was so massive they shut down four city blocks. >> did you do your own sound effects? >> i will dedicate my harrison ford. >> what do you mean memory? >> no one should ever forget. >> [ bleep ]. >> here, i'm always george ""star wars" lucas. >> what do you want the first line of your obituary to say? >> i was a great dad. >> i told you! men take things! white man, white woman, black man, black woman. and we are holding on to the last rung. >> i get that. i could cry! >> i know! because it's true! >> i'm about to turn 78. this is the happiness i have ever been. i live my day as if it was the last together. >> almost four years going to
>> takes an extraordinary person. >> do you want me to write you a recommendation, gayle? >> that is gayle. >> read these all summer. >> spend it like no other. >> 'twas the nice before christmas, when all through the house. >> charlie showed up wearing my christmas card this morning. >> very nice card showing the three kids. >> oh, wearing a christmas card? >> did you see him wearing it earlier? >> i didn't get a christmas card! >> that was not at the cbs christmas card doing jell-o shots out of charlie rose's navel with "two broke girls." >> i'm loik to have you. >> i made you a christmas card >> nice! so i take it all back, norah. >> i didn't get your christmas
>> i didn't send any disease. asthma. diabetes. 7 out of 10 americans take prescription drugs. but in the last 7 years drugs prices have doubled. hillary's going to take on the drug companies. require medicare to negotiate lower drug prices. let people buy their prescription drugs from countries like canada at half the price. and cap monthly prescription costs for every american. the drug companies have been over charging long enough. it's time to fight back. i'm hillary clinton
over those automated speed cameras on i-235. the register reports that two people have filed a class action lawsuit - asking that the cameras be shut off. not only that - but that every driver who has been fined since march - get refunds! the iowa dot has also ordered the cameras be turned off, but des moines is appealing that decision. a lot of traffic in des moines this weekend for several reasons - first the big four classic at wells fargo arena. drake plays iowa at 3:30 saturday - isu and uni play at 6. and a heads up as we look live
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