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to release dash-cam video of the incident. mcdonald was shot a total of 16 times in less than 1 1 seconds. officer jason van dyke had been on paid administrative duty until tuesday when he was charged with first degree murder. the vice president with the retail group for the magnificent mile acknowledged there was revenue loss from today's protest. he said retailers intend to make up for itthroughout the holiday season. >> quijano: michelle mililr reporting. michelle, thank you. the 22-year-old connecticut man who jumped the white house fence
thanksgiving was ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation today. joseph caputo is charged with illegal entryry. craig boswell has more. >> reporter: in court today, joseph caputo did not enter a plea. he merely turned to his mother and mouthedhe words, "i love you." yesterday, draped in an american flag, the 22-year-old scaled the north fence of the white house complex bere raising his arms to surrender to the secret rvice. the president and the first family were home at the time celebrating thanksgiving. the breach led to a three-hour lockdown at the white house. caputo carried a binder in his teeth. he dropped an e eelope on the north lawn which was later determined to be harmless after law enforcement swept the area. court documents say the stamford, connecticut resident left a suicide note with friends that read in part, "death is a natural part of life." in 2011, a news web site profiled caputo when he was a member of his high school's diving team. it reported caputo had asperger's syndrome, a formf
autism. "i don't feel asperger's should be an excuse," he told the web site." i feel i should work hard to equate with other kids and then rise above." earlier this year, the secret service added spikes atop the white house fence intended to deter would-be fence jumpers. elaine, the service is working on a permanent security solution for the fence but has not yet presented a plan. >> quijano: craig boswell at the white house for us tonight. craig, thank you. in europe two more men are in custody tonight, one
in belgium, one in germany, on suspicion off being involved in terrorist activities. it is not clear if either man is suspected of playing a role in the paris attacks. today, france paid homage to those killed two weeks ago. debora patta has that. >> reporter: this magnificent 17th century military hospital has seen many a french war hero baing honored. but today, those being
different frontline. "they were daughtete and sons." ( speaking
french ) "parents and friends." "all victims of the mass killings by isis in paris two weeks ago." it took 10 minutes to read their names one by one, 130 in all. then, a moment of silence. french president francois hollande spokeave nation in mourning, but one that would remain focused on its war with isis. "i promise you solemnly," he said, "that france willo everything to destroy the army of fanatics who carried out these crimes." in neighboring belgium, the country is emerging from a four-day lockdown. the annl christmas market, a
brussels, opened today but it did not draw the usual crowds. despite the flurry today, europe's most wanted men saleh abdeslam, the key suspect in the paris attacks, and the man who was photographed with him, mohammed abrini, continue to evade police. >> quijano: debora patta reporting frombrussels for us tonight. debora, thank you.. to politics now. republican presidential candidate ben carson flew to jordan today to visit camps housing syrian refugees. carson has criticized president obama's plan to admit 10,000 syriris in the next year. g.o.p. front-runner donald trump, meanwhile, is under fire after appearing to mock a report's disability. here's nancy cordes. >> reporter: trump insists he didn't know that "new york times" reporter serge kovaleski suffers from a physical disability that limits the movement of his arms. but it sounded like trump knew him when he said this in myrtle
>> written by a nice reporter. now, the poor guy, you gotta see this guy--, "i don't know what i said! i don't remember." >eporter: the "times" said it was, "outraged that he would ridicule the physical appearance of one of our reporters. trump respondeded but kovaleski told the "times,," donald and i were on a first-thaim of name basis foror years" back when kovaleski covered trump forked "new york daily news." trump had used one of kovaleski's article from 2001 to try to bolster his debunked claim that he saw thousands of muslims cheering on 9/11. >> law enforcement authorities detained and questioned a number of people who were allegedly seen celebrating the attack. >> reporter: but kovaleski said this week those allegations were never proven and that he
there were thousands or even hundreds of p pple celebrating. that's what set trump off. >> he's going, "i don't remember. maybe that's what i said." this is 14 years ago. he still-- they didn't do a traction. >> r rorter: trump isn't apologizing. in fact, elaine, he said kovaleski should, "stop using his disability to grandstand." >> quijano: nancy cordes reporting for us. nancy,y,hank you. the e rce is with shoppers this holiday season. "star wars" is setting new records at the malls when the cbs evening news continues.times, i just don't eat the way i should. so i drink boost to get the nutrition that i'm missing. boost complete nutritional drink has 26 essential vitamins and minerals, includincalcium and vitamin d to support strtrg bones and 10 grams of protein to help maintain muscle. all with a great taste. i don't plan on slowing down any time soon. stay strong. stay active with boost.
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televisions and tablets went fast. the nonstop ad campaign for the new "star wars" trilogy is bleeding i io black friday. since its inception, the franchise has made billions in merchandising fees. it's now expected to have the force to break more records. overall, hoday sales are forecast to reach an all-time high of $630 billion. $93 billion of that will be spent online, up 13% from 2014. but black friday, known as the official start to the holiday shopping season, may have passed its prime. this, according to retail analyst chris christopher. >> it's still one of t t most important days.s. retailers can't dismiss it. they still have to, you know, have a black friday strategy. however, it's just not as intense as it used to be. >> reporter: c.e.o. jerry storch of hudson's bay compapa, which owns saks fifth avenue and lord & taylor, says black friday still remains the premiere shopping day of the year.
>> and so you'll see these sales all toughout november that are called "black friday sales" but they're not really black friday. the sales are not as deep and the customer's not ready to go shopping. those are all the pre-season. this is the first g ge of the seasonon this is the start of the holiday period. >> reporter: some retailers admit, elaine, that because of a warm fall, they have an excesss of w wter apparelel that they're hoping to sell very soon. >> quijano: jericka duncan reporting for us. jericka, thanks. coming up, "on the road"" with steve hartman.ber of miles, making it really hard to book the flight you want. luckily, there's a better way... with the capital one venture card. th venture, you'll earn unlimited double miles on every purchase, every day. and when you're ready to travel, just book the flight you want, on any airline, then use your miles cover the cost. now you're g gting somewhere.
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jack hanson got really into the game battleship. that got them interested in naval warfare in general, which eventually led to a family vacation to see the "yorktown" a retired aircraft carrier in charleston, south carolina. >> my mind was justloarng like, blew. >> reporter: the kids say the "yorktown" changed their lives. >> i realized how amazing history could be. >> reporter: and it was about to get even better. on that same trip, the boys learned about a world war ii vet named robert harding, who actually served on the "yorktown." they got his e-mail address, starard corresponding daily, and became really enamored. the boys now keep his picture by their beds. and if you ever go to the "yorktown" with them, as we did, they'll chew your ear off about mr. hard and whatte did on bobod as a plane handler. >> when the plane is ready to launch, he would unstrap this that direction.
the "yorktown" say a lot of kids love the ship, but no kid has ever fallen for a sailor who served here like these two boys have fallep for in harding. which is why for this trip the "yorktown" maze mead special arrangements for a surprise visitor. >> mr. harding! >> that's right. >> reporter: hugging an old salt never felt so sweet. >> oh, you'r a good boy! >> reporter: it was hard to tell whoho enjoyed it more or who needed it more. >> i guess i needed somebody to talk to about it. it's surprising the way it worked out. >> reporter: since we first told this story in april, mr. harding and the boys have stayed in touch, and last month got together again at the "yorktown." >> long time no see! >> reporter: this time for an entire weekend. >> so is this where we're sleeping? >> yeah.
>> reporter: the boys got to spend the nightn the ship. >> oh, man! >> reporter: and even bette they got to attend a reunion full of sailors who served onon the "yorktown," sailors who gave jack and carter certificates, naming them honorary members of the "yorktown" crew. >> t ts is going in my room! ( applause ). >> i don't even know what to say. this was just awesome! i mean, an official member of the "yorktown." it's been my dream! >> reporter: whohoer said history is irrelevant obviously never fell in love with it. >> we don't know about how we've changed his lives, but we know that he obviously changed ourur >> reporter: steve hartman, "on the road" in charleston, south carolina. >> quijano: bringing together past, present, and future. wewel be right back with an update o o the attack at a planned parenthooded clinic. my long-term control medicine, i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthmareatment.
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>> quijano: updating our top story, our jeff pegues has just spoken to law enforcement officials who say the suspect in the colorado sprprgs planned parenthood shooting has surrendered to police. this gunman had been exchanging fire with police for several hours. at least nine people were hurt when that suspect stormed the building. police have no motive for the attack. that is the cbs evening news for tonight. for scott pelley, i'm elaine quijano. thank you for watching. good night. cbs 2 news, playing for history (good nats from game provided it's over)how the hawkeyes fininied their seseon as they play for their first undefated regular season since 1922. 1922.plus ...deck the hallsthe black friday tradition that's been going on for decades in