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good morning. it is friday, january 22nd, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." a massive blizzard takes aim at 75 million americans. snow, sleet, and freezing rain are already falling. prominent conservatives release a manifesto against donald trump and bernie sanders jumps ahead of hillary clinton in iowa. >> plus we take you to havana, cuba, to see how hollywood is making history. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. >> the ingredients there for a high impact blizzard. >> an epic blizzard marches east. >> the big area from arkansas stretching up to new york city all under winter storm warnings and blizzard warnings and
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>> an american university of virginia student is under arrested north korea says for what it calls acts against the state. >> they are not looking good. >> donald trump ramping up his attacks on ted cruz. >> he is getting more and more roused. >> bernie sanders soaring past hillary clinton in iowa. >> we are looking at one of the great political upsets in the modern history of the united states of america. >> the south florida doctor has been placed on leave and may lose her job after attacking an uber driver. [ bleep ] get the [ bleep ] in the car! >> in flint, michigan, epa top midwest official resigning after not doing her best to prevent the poison waters. >> a cow making a run for tichlt it. >> ted cruz was handed a light
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>> charlie blackmon, that is what i'm talking about shra! >> and all that matters. >> here is something every musician, parents can relate to the first recital. special to it. >> on "cbs this morning." >> cher said recently donald trump can't come up with a hairstyle that looks human, how can he come up with a plan to defeat isis? if if you're looking for a plan to defeat isis, i wouldn't plan on cher either. announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by toyota. let's go places! welcome to "cbs this morning." the blizzard of 2016 is intensifying as it surges towards the east coast. a mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain overnight coated little rock, arkansas. this is the beginning of a weekend that could paralyze a
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>> the massive storm will impact some 75 million americans. washington will be among the hardest hit areas. forecasters call up to three feet of snow in the d.c. region by sunday. blizzard watches and warnings new york. and we have got a team of path. we begin with omar villafranca in charlotte, north carolina. >> reporter: a mix of rain, ice and snow is falling here in the charlotte area and starting to accumulate. we peeled this off of a car windshield. 6 inches in the forecast but the threat of icy roads could make driving dangerous and deadly. winter storm warnings are rare in the deep south and overnight brought dangerous freezing conditions. in little rock, arkansas, blinding snow and ice forced cars off highways. numerous crashes and at least
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and north carolina. further south in texas, louisiana and mississippi, tornado warnings brought more worry to communities. heavy snow began falling in tennessee and the carolinas early this morning. in preparation for the storm, north carolina duke energy recruited a thousand technicians all the way from florida. and departments of transportation are loading hundreds of dump trucks with plows and salt. >> let's just hope that that freezing rain don't come in. that will really mess things up. >> reporter: on thursday, north carolina governor declared a state of emergency. >> we have to constantly warn the general driving public not to take risk because you could yourself. >> reporter: hundreds of schools droos are closed. an nfc championship game on the arizona cardinals and carolina panthers at this
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you can see that is not a dome stadium. the arizona cardinals are not here yet and they are expected to arrive on saturday. >> hopefully, they will get it all cleaned up in time. thank you, omar. the storm moves north, many regions are under states of emergency. that includes washington, d.c. where up to three feet of snow could fall. a little more than an inch of snow was enough to cripple the nation's capital earlier this week. kris van cleave is at a salt dome in could be at the greatest risk from this massive blizzard. more than 4,000 trucks across northern virginia and washington, d.c. are on standby this morning.
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plow snow ahead of this life-threatening storm. >> i've lived in d.c. most of my life and i don't know that i have lived through a forecast like this. >> reporter: the district will be looking to avoid a repeat of wednesday night's debacle when less than an inch of half of snow paralyzed the city causing hundreds of accidents. now up to two feet of snow to blanket the nation's capital, people are stocking up. store shelves were left bare on thursday as shoppers were in the grocery store and prepared to be snow-in for days. >> the same way you prepare for a natural disaster or armageddon. >> everybody else is g
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starts falling. charlie? >> thanks, kris. the giant winter storm is causing a widespread travel mess. more than 2,300 flights today have been cancelled so far. around the same number of flight is scrapped tomorrow. david begnaud is at philadelphia international airport with the travel chaos. david, good morning. >> reporter: charlie, good morning. up. 122 already in philadelphia and two lines moving steadily behind me and everyone trying to get one of the last flights out of town. the departure board is all white and that is good news. that means the flights out of here are all running on time. most major u.s. airlines have cancelled a bulk of their flights across the northeast ahead of this storm. americanairlines cancelled all flights. busiest hubs.
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as the one here in philadelphia. now most major airlines have offered travel waivers for flights this weekend and allowing passengers to rebook, many times free of charge, on to earlier or later flights to try and avoid the storm. the travel nightmare is not exclusive to the air. we have confirmed this morning amtrak is, as of right now, operating on a modified schedule and aa says if you can push back your weekend plans for the weekend, do it to stay off the roads. >> good advice. david, thank you so much. sounds like a lot of people will be snuggling in this weekend. lonnie quinn of our new york station wcbs is tracking the storm. >> reporter: good morning. as of right now around the tennessee valley we are dealing with the storm currently. tomorrow, this will be a storm in the metro areas like philadelphia and new york. take a look at where the winter storm warnings exist, go from the tennessee valley into new jersey. area shaded in red you're talking blizzard warnings for new york city all to long island and washington, d.c. here is your storm. now the northern fringe looking
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into virginia with snow and big rain down on portions of georgia. icing going to be a big problem today in north carolina. the storm moves north. new information to share with you. taking more of a northerly track. so we have had to adjust the numbers a little bit. new york city falls into the one hoot range and virginia and west virginia and d.c. looking like
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the bull's-eye 81 corridor informed. charlie? >> thank you, seth. donald trump faces a new challenge from the right this morning. the "national review" put out a manifesto against trump signed by 22 republican and tea party figures. the magazine calls trump a political opportunist, a huckster and a menace to american conservatism. major garrett is in washington. good morning.
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late last night, donald trump dismissed "national review" as a dead paper not many read any more and said more on twitter but because twitter never forgets it was there last april trump called "national review "a true conservative voice that needed to be saved. ronald reagan is the best on conservatism. now now trump is in a testy fight with ted cruz. >> if you think the last time we beat the washington cartel, it was 1980. the reagan revolution. >> reporter: bob dole said trump is widely disliked and loyalty parts was also wrong about ronald reagan. >> i would admit mr. dole said we need somebody to go to washington and cut a deal. well, the american people understood that's not what we needed. >> cruz is going down! >> reporter: donald trump campaigning in las vegas also invoked reagan and said he is ready to make deals.
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make a deal, because he is a strident. no, you cannot have that! ronald reagan would get along with tip o'neill and they would sit down and make great deals for everybody. >> reporter: in new hampshire, john kasich like jeb bush is trying to rise from the ashes. kasich moved into contention for second in a poll of undeclared voters. and is now taken aim at his close rival bush on twitter attacking his record in florida. >> john kasich. >> reporter: a super pac supporting kasich accused bush of mud slinging. >> slinging mud on fellow republicans. that's not presidential, jeb. >> reporter: on the kasich bus, the governor called hillary clinton a fragile candidate. >> she's like a check the box candidate as opposed to somebody with vision. people don't want somebody that just is sort of a plumber, a mechanic to go and fix it. >> reporter: he said he needs a strong finish in new hampshire or the game is over. >> many people in politics, it's interesting.
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but don't want to make a winner. if we come out of new hampshire in a strong position they will be there to join the team. >> reporter: both trump and cruz will be up on the air today with new ads attacking each other. lindsey graham summed up republican options between the two concluding if either is the nominee the republican party says extinction whether it's death by being shot or poisoning doesn't really matter. >> wow! getting nasty. thank you, major. a new poll of democrats shows a big change in iowa. bernie sanders has an eight-point lead over hillary clinton. the same poll show clinton leading in iowa by 18 points just a month ago. she is sti diplomacy and health care and hitting him out
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>> we have had enough of establishment politics, establishment economics. we need to move in a new and bold direction. >> reporter: in new hampshire last night, bernie sanders largely ignored hillary clinton's latest attack on his foreign policy views. >> because it raises concerns, because sometimes it can sound like he hasn't really thought it through. >> reporter: her comments were part of a broader offensive by the clinton camp to blunt sanders momentum and highlighting his democratic socialist label as they question his anti-establishment credentials. >> he has been elected to office a lot longer than i have. >> reporter: even this new feel-good ad from sanders set to the song of simon and garfunkel. they said the crowds in it were too white. polls show clinton's biggest
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>> i don't think there is a woman more confident than hillary clinton. >> reporter: so she hit iowa city with singer demi lavoto and campaigned with katy perry and clinton visit two college campuses on thursday including this college where trey logan got a selfie and plans to go door-to-for for her in his dorm. why do you think so many here in iowa college students are a big fan of hillary clinton? >> i think they see sanders may be 74 but the closest thing to a fresh face this time around. >> all right, nancy.
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>> we believe that 74 can be a fresh face all time. >> absolutely. we believe that absolutely and how. the motion picture academy is planning what it calls dramatic steps to increase the diversity of oscar nominees and may be announced next week after backlash over this week's nominee and changes could include best picture stand and also for the academy members to take a hard look in the mirror. that woman.
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told abc that he was out of the country and taken by surprise when his wife posted this message to her facebook faith on monday. >> i will not be at the academy awards and i won't be watching. >> reporter: the nominees are -- >> reporter: and this of two years of acting nominationses with no persons of color. >> it feels like it's going the wrong direction. there's a regressive slide towards separatism, towards racial and religious disharmony, and that is not the hollywood that i want to leave behind. >> will smith is so well-respected in the hollywood community, he is so successful. for him to actually come out and say that he also recognizes that there is a problem, that there is something about inclusion that is not happening in the hollywood community is a huge deal. >> reporter: the academy has
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1929 and in all of that time, it has only given 15 of them to black actors. a 2013 study puts academy membership at 93% white. the controversy has sparked conversation and in the acting community, including oscar nominated members of the motion picture academy. >> i think if you look at the statistic that came out the makeup of the academy, i think is very telling. i have a lot of sympathy for it to be honest with you. i ask about it quite a bit. >> the problem is not with the oscars. the problem is with the hollywood movie making system. >> reporter: the spotlight on diversity is expected to continue through the oscar ceremony itself with outspoken comedian chris rock as host. >> and let's be clear. chris rock is not the kind person who is known for holding
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he is assion." she said this is an industry-wide problem. >> she started it and she is giving people a lot to think about. thank you, kevin. "entertainment tonight" will bring you the newest tonight. check your local listing. ahead what local government responses fall short.
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newly released dash cam video shows a toddler running down the highway. a sheriff's deputy picked up the child. the temperatures in the mid-40s. his parents were in a nearby community center. you see the truck went whizzing by. his parents were not charged and this little child was okay. we know toddlers move very quickly. just got distracted. >> very scary. i can't believe the officer was there. >> welcome. he is okay. coming up in this half hour, washington, d.c. officials apologize for getting caught off-guard by about an inch of snow that crippled communities earlier this week. the snow mistakes in some of the biggest cities that have a lasting impact is ahead. the taxi industry is fighting for customers after the uber and lift. rental cars are also facing competition. medically mellody hobson looks at that ahead.
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results on the epa issuing an emergency order in the flint the resignation of susan headman of the pepa. >> oklahoman reports on a former oklahoma city police officer sentenced to 263 years in prison for rape and sexual assault. 29-year-old daniel holtzclaw was convicted of attacking black women in a low income community. one was 17 at the time of the assault. his lawyer says he will appeal. bloomberg reports on an agreement that keeps google search bar on the iphone. court documents reveal in 2014 apple received $1 billion from google. apple gets a percentage of the revenue google generates through
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apple and google declined to comment. kcci reports on accusations carly fiorina used preschoolers@as prep during an anti-abortion speech. she ushered the children in front of an appearance and they sat in front of a picture of an unimportant fetus. one parent was upset. the teachers said they followed fiorina over after running into her at a buy ton cal garden. los angeles times reports on a pilot is charged with flying alaska airlines while under the influence of alcohol. david hans rrntson was relieved of duties on that day after the blood test. he later retired. >> people along the eastern united states this morning are preparing to hunker down. tens of millions are in the path
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already apologizing. they admit they failed to do enough on wednesday after about an inch -- an inch -- of snow. a storm like this can come to define their time in office. district of columbia mayor muriel bowser apologized on thursday after an inch and a half of snow paralyzed their city. inadequate response. >> reporter: it's an often heard sentiment from local officials following winter storm responses that go wrong. >> i feel terrible. >> reporter: atlanta mayor reed apologized in 2014 after an ice storm left thousands of drivers
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>> i'm the governor. the buck stops with me. >> this is the fifth avenue. i don't know what happened! where is the sanitation department? >> reporter: after back-to-back storms in 2014. >> they didn't plow at all! >> reporter: new york mayor bill de blasio offered a mea culpa after snow plows failed to plow neighborhoods. >> we will fix it. >> forecast information is uncertainty. >> reporter: jason is a weather editor for "the washington post." >> we have made tremendous progress in weather forecasting over the last 10 to 15 years. some of the storms we can now see coming, three to five days in advance, we didn't know were coming the night before. >> reporter: as the nation's capital is in the bull's-eye, we asked the mayor of her city, if her city is prepared for the two feet of snow headed its way. what does last night's debacle say about the city's ability to handle the type of storm that is
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>> we don't believe that we prepared adequately for a forecast that was slightly less than what we cities are. >> worried about d.c. there and the other cities in the path. a new report shows uber is gaining ground against rental cars. the software company certify found uber eclipsing car rental companies for business travel. uber captured 41% of rides. uber's cheapest service uberx is allowed to make pickups at los angeles international airport. this week it debuted at reno's
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mellody hobson is in chicago. good morning. >> good morning. >> reporter: why do we see business travelers turning to uber rather than renting a car? >> well, pun intended. convenience is driving this decision. when you really think about it, it is so much easier to step off the curb at los angeles airport, lax, and stop into your uber drive, rather than waiting in the taxi line or taking a shuttle to the car rental company. once you're in the car you can work and you don't have to worry about parking. a whole host of issues that make it much easier. it's more about convenience than even cost. >> been there, done it. catching that shutting. nog like seeing the shuttle drive away as you run up to the that is always fun! >> what do the cost breakdowns show you about representativinge ing -- renting a carp. >> at denver, two-day rental of a car costs you about $270 when
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parking at your hotel, versus if you're on uberx and you do a round trip to your hotel, it will cost you about $85. this is not an apples to apples comparison unless you're going to that hotel and staying. that might be the case if it's a conference. if you have many stops along the way, these numbers, obviously, could look very, very different if you're in an uber on and off throughout day. >> we had a story on the news this week, that millennials are not getting their driver's to. is that affecting the rental car sales? not enough young people to representative the cars. >> that study you're talking about looked at 20 to 24. generally you need to be 25 years old to rent a car so it's not directly affecting the rental car companies. interestingly, zip car allows you to rent a car under the age of 25 and as young as 18 if you're on a college campus and they are bustling on college i think is says that is not really a factor.
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motors investment of $500 million into lift. >> they say they no longer want to be an auto company. all of the car companies are saying this now. they want to be in the people mobility business. i've been talking about that. that means if it's you buying a car, if you're buying a car to be a ride sharing provider, if it's a self-driving car whatever the way the world is going they want to be a part of it and i think it's really smart. >> very interesting. >> mellody hobson, thank you. good to see you. es he never meant to put himself or others at risk. >> i would never purposely do it not because it's illegal, but because it's dangerous. like, i'm not trying to go out
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.. dramatic video shows a moment a northern california snowboarder is caught in an anch laugh. christian mares helmet cam captured him inside the snow and now he is speaking out about the resort. they had he has been riding in an off-limits territory. >> reporter: he is hoping to fight a potential legal battle.
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inside. >> [ bleep ]. >> trying to go find some freshies somewhere and have some fun and then i got caught in an avalanche. >> reporter: snowboarder christian mares was nearly swallowed up by tons of fast moving snow but now he is facing an avalanche of criticism and potential prosecution for what officials are calling his reckless decision. >> the sheriff's office and the d.a. have chosen to prosecute and press charges. they need to be aware it's not i can get away with this. it has much far reaching ramifications. >> reporter: mares triggered an avalanche last week while riding with friends at sugar bowl resort a popular destination west of lake tahoe. resort officials say mares was riding in a closed area off limits and the avalanche put other skiers at risk. >> the closure signs are there for a reason. this is about safety and us
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it is friday, january 22nd, 2016. welcome back to "cbs this morning." there's more real news ahead, including the east coast storm that is threatening tens of millions and causing air travel trouble across the country. but first here's today's "eye opener" at 8:00. rain, ice and snow is falling here in the charlotte area and it's already starting to accumulate. wind shooeld. >> the federal government is shutting down, schools are closed as this city could be at the greatest risk. >> take a look at where the winter storm warnings exist. jersey. the area shaded in red, blizzard warnings. >> cancellations are stacking up here in philadelphia. everybody trying to get one of the last flights out of town. >> the north korean state media was arrested. >> lindsey graham summed up republican options between the
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nominee the republican party phases extinction. >> the clinton camp is throwing sanders. >> why are business travelers turning to uber rather than renting a car? >> well, pun intended, convenience is driving this decision. >> it will take days to dig out, regardless of how prepared the cities are. >> we have quite the opposite going on here in hollywood. sunny and 145 degrees here today. i wore shorts and a sports bra to work this morning. >> this morning's "eye opener" at 8:00 is presented by liberty mutual insurance. i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. a massive blizzard this morning is targeting some 75 million americans. the storm is now moving towards the northeast. its impact reaches from arkansas to maine. washington, d.c., and surrounding areas could see up
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>> ice is also a big, big concern. some states in the south could see between a quarter inch to an inch of ice. it's already coated the cars this morning in charlotte, north carolina. drivers in arkansas slipped along icy highways as the storm began. heavy snow added to the mess on the roads. >> the storm is having a major impact this morning on weekend travel plans. more than 2300 are cancelled today. around the same number are already cancelled for tomorrow. so far charlotte has the most cancelled flights. defense secretary ash carter says this morning that isis must be knocked out of its strong holds in raqqah, syria, and mosul, iraq. coalition air strikes attacked 19 isis targets on thursday. some of them were near those cities. a spokesman says they hit buildings, tactical units and oil facilities. our national security correspondent, david martin, visited by pbs program last night. i asked him how drones and other new technology are changing the
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>> you can get the feeling it's a video game. but it ain't. and if you go to the physical therapy rooms at walter reed and balboa naval hospital, you know game. but what really happened in terms of warfare was the role of space. the u.s. started using space before any other country for military purposes. >> how did we do that? >> putting up gps satellites and those are the basis for all these precision-guided strikes you see. we never see the classified pictures that satellites take, but, you know, they're using space to get greater and greater visibility and understanding of what the target is. the downside of that is that
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russians, the chinese, and they know how much the u.s. military depends on space and they know that if you take out american satellites, you will cripple american military power. >> so they're trying to do it? >> they're trying to develop the means to do it. >> yeah. >> this is so brilliant. this is the future of warfare is space and there have been people like don rumsfeld for 20 years that have been talking about this next step in how countries wage war against one another. fascinating. >> what's also fascinating, a great correspondent who has been covering this beat for a while, knows the pentagon up one side and down the other, says it's really a place that has great access. there's much more than you have at the white house and other places. and david is such a great correspondent. this is part of, as you know, a series i'm doing about the great reporters and how they explore the subjects that they cover. >> another brilliant idea by charlie rose. >> i love the question he asked
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women that are covering the news that could be on my program? norah and i went, hmm, do you know anybody, norah? >> no, that's not what she said. she said when do i show up. >> we'll let everybody know when that date is. >> i'm going to set my dvr. washington post correspondent jason rezaian is due to land shortly in the united states. "the post" released new video thursday of him with his wife and brother in germany. he had spent 545 days in iran's evin prison. two other americans returned to the u.s. on thursday. those are happy, happy tears and hugs. pastor saeed abedini landed for an emotional reunion with his family. he was imprisoned in iran in 2013. amir hekmati arrived in michigan saying he's happy to finally be
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>> despite all the difficulties, thank god, thanks to everyone's support, everybody from the president, congressman kildee, everyday americans, i'm standing here healthy, tall and with my head held high. >> hekmati was arrested back in grandmother. iran accused him of spying. hollywood comes to havana. ben tracy goes behind the scenes at the first american tv show to shoot in cuba in decades. we'll have that story ahead. but first, it's 8:06. charlie wants to be there. >> i want to take the show to cuba, how about that. >> i would love to. you know people, tell somebody. tell somebody, charlie rose. chris, are you listening? chris lick, we want to go to cuba, chris. >> he's left the building.
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tomorrow night "48 hours" live to tell shares a remarkable tale of survival. a 19-year-old woman was attacked at her apartment complex in southern california. for 18 years her case remained unsolved until a stunning twist in the case. correspondent erin moriarty shows us how one of the suspects turned out to be a hollywood actor. here's a preview of her report. >> i had been referenced as jane doe for many years. i was kidnapped, i was tortured and i was left for dead. >> reporter: it was the summer, 1990, when victoria, whose name we've changed for our broadcast,
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apartment parking lot in huntington beach. >> he slammed a gun to my head and he's just like, in my ear, i'm going to kill you so bad. i'm going to throw you off the cliff. >> reporter: victoria was thrown into the back seat of a car and repeatedly sexually assaulted, but she fought back. even lying to her attackers to gain sympathy. >> i remembered saying that i had a kid, i had a baby, and i just thought did they buy that? did they buy that? >> reporter: after what felt like hours, victoria was released. >> i set everything else aside to work this one. >> reporter: there was hope. investigators had dna evidence that yielded profiles for two men. >> i was in a 90% range that we'd get them quickly. >> reporter: it didn't happen. the case went cold. and then -- >> i received a phone call that i waited for for 18 years.
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we finally got a dna hit. >> reporter: the dna came back to a man named joseph sun, but they made a surprising discovery. sun was an actor with a role in a hollywood blockbuster, "austin powers, international man of mystery." >> i had his missovie sitting on my rack. i thought are you serious? he's in my home? >> reporter: sun was charged with multiple counts of kidnapping and rape. investigators then arrested a second suspect, joseph sun's high school friend, santiago guiton. but before trial, deputy district attorney eric scarborough made a sickening discovery. >> it was like my stomach hit the floor. >> reporter: the statute of limitations for rape and kidnapping had run out. now scrambling to save his case, he found a glimmer of hope.
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because torture carries the possibility of life imprisonment, there is no statute of limitations. there was still going to be an opportunity to bring victoria justice. >> erin, we all gasped when she had the movie at her house so she was looking at him. absolutely. people are going to be so surprised because he played a very distinctive character, if you saw the austin powers movie, and the idea that he would take a high-profile part knowing what he had done earlier. i'm shocked by that. and then the reason why they weren't able to find him, this is 1990, very early on with dna. they had these dna profiles, but both went on with their lives, did not commit any serious crimes, would not have been caught if not for joseph sun getting in a fight with one of his roommates kicking in a car door and then putting in dna. >> wow. >> they would not have been caught. >> it seems like he should be
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>> and he is. and anyone who wonders about this will know he's committed crimes since then. >> all right, erin, thank you very much. >> can't wait for saturday. >> we'll be all snowed in and watching. >> it's my birthday, i'll have to dvr it. >> it's called "live to tell, my name is victoria," saturday night. that's the second part of a "48 hours" double feature beginning at 9:00/8:00 central right here on cbs. a former greenbrae whose unlikely rise to the nfl made headlines this summer. how he iteaming up with a pro football star to save lives. that's next on "cbs this morning." introducing centrum vitamints. a brand new multivitamin you enjoy like a mint. with a full spectrum of essential nutrients... surprisingly smooth, refreshingly cool. i see you found the vitamints. new centrum vitamints.
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last spring we introduced you to a green beret turned football player nate boer who served in iraq and afghanistan and spent his down time teaching himself to play football and it paid off when he got a rookie contract with the seattle seahawks but he got cut from the team before the regular season. now adriana diaz shows us how the war hero is setting his sights much higher. >> what is up, coach? great to see you. >> reporter: on this day, nate boyer is standing on the sidelines. >> i mean, i'm jealous. i'd like to be out there myself. >> reporter: so close but so far? >> exactly. >> reporter: he doesn't spend much time on the sidelines. at 23 he volunteered doing
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tour of duties in iraq and afghanistan and joined the green berets and earned a bronze star and became a walk-on for the texas longhorns as a 31-year-old sophomore. this summer he got an unlikely shot at the nfl as a long snapper for the seattle seahawks. the 34-year-old rookie, boyer knew a permanent spot on the roster was a long shot. >> one of the most inspirational sports stories of the summer has come to an abrupt end. >> today, we learned boyer has been released by seattle. >> i was disappointed, yeah. i was definitely disappointed but, you know, i got cut from playing professional football for a living. boo-ho, you know. >> the day after he was cut you could say the nfl came calling again. >> it was a phone call and nate and i hit it off immediately. >> reporter: rams defensive end chris long. >> he didn't strike me as the type of guy that was if football fell through he wouldn't know what the heck he was going to do. he wants to change the world for
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so i think football is a platform he has been given. >> reporter: a platform for a mission that now reaches far beyond the gridiron to east africa. long wanted boyer to work with his nonprofit group water boys after visiting tanzania in 2012 long found the organization to build desperately clean water wells in the region. not really the kind of thing that tends to get an nfl player in the headlines. >> what makes that life day-to-day so tough there is the lack of clean water. there is a lot of people who africa but there are a lot of people that when they hear about a hero like nate boyer, their mind says whatever this guy is interested in, i'm interested in, because nate vouches for it. >> good luck today, brother. >> that service, we have given to our country, more than anything, we end up serving those people in the third world and for me, this was a way to different manner, you know, without picking up a gun. >> reporter: to raise money for
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africa's highest peak, mt. kilimanjaro along with former veteran blake watson who lost his leg in an ied explosion in afghanistan. at a recent rams game, the two got a standing ovation for their mission work. you air green beret, a pro football player and now want to climb mt. kilimanjaro? >> i want to keep pushing the limits and see how far i can go. at the end of the day i failed if i don't always reach a pin pinnacle or reach that shining star it's okay with me as long as there is good reason and good coming out of it for others and most important to me because that makes me feel good. you look so much bigger in pads! >> reporter: but make no mistake, boyer doesn't give up easily. are your football dreams over? >> no.
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i'm still snapping and working out. i'm not exactly as young as the average undrafted free agent, but it doesn't mean i don't have as big of a heart. >> reporter: it certainly is in the right place. for "cbs this morning," adriana diaz, st. louis. >> big heart, indeed. >> looks like an interesting guy. >> cheer him on, nate boyer. >> we are counting down to super bowl 50 on cbs. jim nantz and phil simms will bring you all of the action from santa clara, california o sunday! february 7th. right before the game, watch gayle's interview with presidentt obama and first lady michelle obama that will be live from the white house.
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>> good morning. we are expecting a big announcement today on the water quality. the governor has been here at 1:00. the register reports he will announce a $97 million federal grant. the money will be used for flood reduction and water quality efforts across the state. you can watch for more details this afternoon on kcc 100 people want to deliver a letter showing their opposition to the oil pipeline. hearings in february. to approve the pipeline. it will cut through 18 counties. if you drive interstate 80 how crowded it can be. the dot wants to hear from you. there are ways to improve that. evaluate the safety and capacity of i-80. you can find a link that at kcci
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the roads are improving. the northern portion of the state, northwestern, and that small section south east of iowa looks like they have partially covered roads. keep that in mind. it looks like central iowa is clearing up. moving over to traffic. we do not have any accidents to report. we have improving conditions. we are back up to speed everywhere. be careful. we have speed units at 2000 hartford avenue. south of there, there is one at 17 and university. we have a full county line off 22nd street. we have one in pleasant hill. that is on the 1600 block of southeast 60 eight st. drive times are improving. they are back to normal. six minutes from the east. the world a president has to grapple with, sometimes you can't even imagine.
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and she's prepared for it like no other. a tireless secretary of state, standing up against the abuse of women and girls. negotiating a cease-fire in gaza, leading the diplomacy that keeps us out of war. the presidency is the toughest job in the world... and she's the one leader who has what it takes to get every part of the job done. i'm hillary clinton, and i approve this message. >> good morning. we of light snow through the area. we have dusting accumulation and slippery spots. once the snow moves outcome of the clouds hold tight. we have a kind of 26 degrees. we have warmer conditions intact for the weekend. 30's are back in the forecast. by monday, more acutely sonoma forecast. by the end of next week, temperatures have a great warming trend. have a great day.
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you know i try but i don't do too well with apologies i hope i don't run out of time, someone call a referee because i just need one more shot at forgiveness is it too late now to say sorry >> that's justin bieber's sorry song. sing it, norah, that's james corden and shawn hayes and norah and me and charlie the backup singers today. welcome back to "cbs this morning." >> corden is so good with his musical skits. >> he really has a good time. coming up in this half hour the astronomical mystery. we'll talk about mercury retro grade. is it really causing all the accidents in lives here on
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plus ben tracy goes behind the scenes with don cheadle and christian bell to see how an american drama is finding a pioneering role in america's future. that's ahead. cbs miami reports on a south florida doctor caught on camera attacking an uber driver. he was seen sunday hitting the driver. she allegedly tried to get into the car without a reservation and then became angry when he refused to drive her. she also got in the car and threw things out. the neurology resident was put on administrative leave from her job. the driver did not press charges. she gave him a small amount of money as an apology. >> she's got some splainin' to do. not a good look, doctor. >> is that all we have to say on that? >> that's all i'm saying. >> cbs new york reports on seven new breeds that will join the
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next month's westminster dog show. they include three italian breeds, a miniature american shepherd and spanish water dog. the prestigious competition takes place next month at new york's madison square garden. >> i think i'm going to go this year. >> you should go. >> the post tells us with a conspiracy theory has that patriots fans upset. ed hochuli was assigned to officiate the game between the patriots and the broncos. they think roger goodell is out to get them because the broncos are undefeated with ref ed huchuli. you can watch the game here on cbs, coverage begins at 2:00 p.m. eastern, 11:00 a.m. pacific. >> you're reading my mind. >> what, what, what, tell me? >> do you think norah is excited about her birthday? >> i'm excited about -- saturday
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>> that or her new job as a sportscaster. >> if it doesn't work out here, i'm setting myself up for a career at cbs sports. >> a co-anchor with jim nance. >> there you go. >> wait until phil simms hears that. "the new york times" reports on a milestone -- are you done? we can proceed. "the new york times" reports on a milestone for adele's song "hello." it reached one billion views on youtube and took just 87 days. now that breaks the record held by gangnum style. only 72 videos on youtube have reached one billion views. >> a song called "hello." >> business insider reports on a dating app forecasting a boom this weekend in so-called blizzard dating. the app introduces people that are friends of friends. last winter a big storm caused a spike in activity the day before
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user activity rose 27% and it was up 47% on the day of the storm. >> they also say there's going to be more babies made during the storm. that's what i heard. >> because they stay warm inside. >> it's a celestial event. hello, charlie. it's a celestial event that's getting a whole lot of attention. mercury retro grade. some think the plant it's movements can hurt communication, technology, travel. one tweet says no wonder i want to impulsively give myself new bangs and reach out to all my ex-boyfriends. i love that one. another says my excuse for everything will be mercury in retro grade even though i don't know what it means. this scientist knows what it means because he's a physics professor. good morning to you, mr. tv star. >> good morning. >> if we had time i'd ask you about that commercial. how did they get you to do that?
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being detached, cold, objective. i wanted to project a warm image, that we care about the human condition. i said to myself, hey, why not? >> you are very funny in the commercial. >> there is a conversation but you're not going to get rich doing a commercial, i'll tell you that right now. >> i need to know about mercury in retro grade. what is it? i don't understand. >> well, the planets move slowly across the night sky but then they suddenly stop, go backwards, loop around and go forwards again. why would the planets do that? retrograde is associated with uncertainty, confusion, doubt, don't get married, don't go embarking upon a business venture. >> you believe that? >> as shakespeare once said it is not in our stars but in ourselves. it's due to the fact that mercury is the fastest planet in the solar system.
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as mercury bypasses and swings by the earth it appears to go backwards. let's say you're in the car in the fast lane. you overtake a car in the slow lane. you look at the car and it seems to go backwards. >> but twitter went down this week, the phone system went down. i know some people didn't get the date they were expecting. stuff does seem to go wrong, how do you explain that? >> well, stuff goes wrong all the time. >> that's my answer too. >> we remember it during the mercury retrograde and we say, aha, i knew it all the time but time. you pick up the phone and it's somebody that you were thinking about at that moment and you think, aha, i'm psychic. millions of times you think about somebody and they're not on the phone. don't remember the misses. >> it's so good to have you. >> so you're saying all of our mishaps are not -- it's not the mercury retrograde? >> we've got to go, but thank you very much. we're getting a big ole hook
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thank you very much, professor. always good to see you. global, political and business leaders continue their meeting at the world economic forum. we're reporting on those for our snapchat account. follow along by searching "cbs this morning" on snapchat. the tv drama "house of lies" is learning some truth about shooting in cuba. up next, the hurdles the american seriester. dad: i know. spots.
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proved to be irresistible props. don cheadle is the star of the show about a group of morally challenged business consultants. you guys are the first scripted tv show to shoot in cuba. how meaningful is that to you? >> it's amazing and really takes the f inalinale of our show to a place we couldn't imagine possible with a completely different look and ideas and different focus and tones. >> reporter: it was director matthew carnahan along with his wife, actress and director helen hunt, who wanted to bring the show to cuba, but that's much easier said than done. the u.s. embargo is still in place, so the money to finance the shoot had to be wired through canadian banks. u.s. credit cards don't work here, wi-fi is nearly not existent, and some of the production equipment had to be sent in from germany. and then there's the not-so-small matter of government censorship. >> i imagine the government here wanted to know what you were
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saying about cuba. how much hands-on do they get on a script on a show like this? >> you don't just come to cuba and shoot whatever you want. they are very protective of a culture that they have here and a system that they have here. so in order to be here today, we submitted a script and an outline months ago. it was reviewed by the cuban government and we were given approvals at various stages. >> reporter: the producers also had to get permission from the u.s. government. the ambassador is in charge of the u.s. embassy in cuba. >> what is the significance of a u.s. television show filming in cuba? >> culture is a very important bridge builder as we forge this new relationship, and so personally i think it's very important. we're receiving a lot of calls and a lot of visitors from different elements of the industry expressing interest. >> reporter: universal pictures
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permission to shoot a portion of cuba. but "house of lies" got her first and actress kristen bell has seen a lot of curious cubans. >> it's a curious thing that we're doing because people are walking around with giant cameras on their heads and cars attached to other cars and, you know, a bunch of blondes. and it's interesting, people they stare but they're quiet and cooperative and so hospitable. >> reporter: i asked this woman what she thought of it all. she said she likes it one of the relations between the u.s. and cuba and is glad the show came to her town. and cubans weren't just watching, they were hired as extras and members of the crew. and the cast took their jobs as
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we found actors ben schwartz and josh lawson working on their language skills. >> mi espaol is muy bueno. so that kind of stuff. and cigar. >> i think it's just rum and cigar. >> rum and cigar. >> reporter: kidding aside, the cast and crew seemed aware that even though they were shooting a tv show, the role they played with the cuban people was much more significant. >> there are many ways to short of bridge that cultural divide, so it's nice that we've been honored with being emissaries of that. >> reporter: for "cbs this morning," ben tracy, havana, cuba. >> now i really want to go. ben tracy breaking out the spanish. >> a week in cuba.
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premiere of "house of lies" sunday april 10th on showtime. that's a division of cbs. next we'll take a look at the most unforgettable moments
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>> our candidate is ballsy enough! >> god, i have missed you! it's like a magical eagle made a wish on a flag pin and it came to life! i'm running down the road trying to loosen my load >> eagles cofounder glenn frey died monday. >> are you like brothers? >> a little bit. >> that friendship would form one of the most successful acts of the rock era. >> along the way, we really rocked and had a good time. taking it easy >> you almost died more than once. >> more than once. >> are you ready for some football? >> "monday night football." >> go check out what their ratings went to. >> action! >> you guys are the first scripted u.s. tv show to shoot in cuba. >> very good. [ speaking in foreign language ] >> very, very good. >> oh, my gosh!
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>> good morning. eight presidential candidates will be here. mike huckabee, donald trump, ted cruz all have several stops as they try to meet -- read as many people as they can before the february 1 caucus area all the dem -- all the democratic candidates will be here as well. where were the candidates do go, so will the reporters. we are near every hotel room across the des moines metro is booked right now. we talked to hotel managers who say there is a barely a room. they say if anybody does need a place to say, you might need to get an airbnb. everybody is taking notice of what a great city des moines is. we talk about all the changes over the past 15 years. they say we have closely transformed and 20 richest, most vibrant, and hit cities in the country. they have seen startups turn into established employers. this is a great article.
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unfortunately, we are ending our morning with a few accidents. things are looking pretty good. not a lot of snow or ice. a few people have been slipping and sliding. three vehicle accident at east 14 and university. a busy intersection. we have one at hickman and cross-section as well. your drive times should be pretty good. traffic has died down on the interstate.
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we are behind your 26 degrees. more conditions on tap for weekend. 30's in the forecast. by monday, we have more accumulating snow in the forecast. if you travel plans by the end of next week, temperatures on a great warming trend. have a great day. >> thank you. while we are still here come we want to give you a check at 501. we will give you information from the dot. you can see partially covered roads in the northwestern part of the state. we have a physical stretch in the southeast. most of the state is actually looking pretty good.
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you should be in good shape at this point. be careful wherever you're heading out. thank you for joining us. we will see you back here at noon, 5:00, 6:00, 7:00. have a great day. announcer: 3 republican governors. but which governor won national praise for tough leadership handling nine hurricanes? which governor made his state number one in job creation? which governor led the fight to stop obamacare expansion in his state? and which governor laid out a tough plan to destroy isis months before the paris attacks? jeb bush. right to rise usa is responsible
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