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>> it was a sight we rarely see, tears from the most powerful man in the world, powerless to get the united states congress to tighten gun cocorol laws. the president was announcing what he would do by executive action, without congress, when the memories of these victims, 20 first graders from newtown, connecticut, 6 or 7 years old, choked mr. obama in mid sentence. >> every time i think about those kids, it gets me mad. and by the way, it happens on the streets of chicago every day. >> there have been 13 mass killings during the obama presidency. each time republicans voted against gun legislation. but last month, after san bernardino, mr. obama decided to act on his own. given the limits of his power, his actions today are not sweeeeng. the e st significant simply
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gun sales online or at gun shows. currently about 40% of sales have no background checks at all. chief legal correspondent jan crawford is at the white house. >> and from every family who never imaginedd their loved ones live would be taken from their lives by a gun. >> reporter: it was an emotional appeal. >> maybe we can't save everybody, but we can save some. >> reporter: and a political call to action. >> so the gun lobby may be holding congress hostage right now, but they cannot hold america hostage. we#do not have to acccct this is the price of freedom. >> reporter: the president repeatedly called the executive actions common sense steps that respected the second amendment and he expressed solidarity with the e ople who surrounund him att the white house -- a father who lost a 7-year-old, the daughters of a pastor at a charleston church, and a congresswoman
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in the head. >> the right to worship freely and safely, that right was denied to christians in charleston, south carolina. and that was denied jews in kansas city. d that was denend muslims in chapel hill. and seikhs in oak creek. they have right, too. >> reporter: the directors focus largely on a system of background checks,, including requiring all gun dealers, even those who sell firearms at gun shows and on the internet to be licensed and conduct background checks, improving the current system by hirinin more investstators to make backgkgund checks more efficient and effective, and increasing mental health treatment and reporting to the background check system. although the issue of stricter gun laws remains highly divisive, 92% of americans support background checks. but the president in the wake of the sandy hook shoooongs failed to get legislation throuou
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today he says he h wants voters to kick ardent gun rights supporters out of office. >> this is not that complicated. the reason congress blocks laws is because they want to win elections. if you make it hard for them to win elections, if you blockck those laws, they'y' change course, i promise you. >> now the president could face constitutional challenges that these actions exceed his presidential authority. but the nra in a statement, scott, indicated it may hold off, saying these actions don't really appear to change anything. and they're simply political theatre. >> january crawford at the white house. if it is political theatre, the candidates played the president's proposals as high
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nancy cortis was in the audience today. >> reporter: marco rubio called the president's plan unconstitutional. >> barack obama is obsessed with undermining the second amendment. >> house speaker paul ryan accused mr. obama of a dangerous level of executive overreach. a texas republican who is on a committee that controls spending threatened to cut the purse springs. >> he oversteppeh his authority. i will take immediate action to rererain him. i'm not going to wait for a lawsuit. >> reporr: there was a hail of tweets in real time say, president obama's executive orders will do nothing for public safety.
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lawmakers siding with president obama. all nra grades can change. this is a democrat whose connecticut district includes sandy hook elementary, where 20 children and six adults were gunned down in 2012. what do you say to republicans who argue the president just esn't have the constitutional right to take these actions. >> it's not good enough to say i i don't like what you're proposing. then bring forward your own proposals, but for god's sake, do something. many congressional dememrats applauded d e president's actions today, but they don't control congress, and if he wants more money for things like additional atf agents, he's going to have to win over some republicans. and right now, scott, that seems unlikely. >> nanan, thank you. >> we want to note that demand for guns is soaring. the fbi says it conducted record 23 million background
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mr. obama also cited a hero in the battle against gun violence. an 18-year-old who found himself in the way of a gang shooting. >> xavion was a sof fore in knoxville, tennessee. he played football, beloved by his classmates and his teachers. the week before christmas, he headed to a friend's house to play video games. he wasn't in the wrong place at the wrong time. he hadn't made a bad decision. he was exactly where any other kid would be, your kid. my kids. and then gunmen started firing. xavion, who was in high school hadn't even gotten started in life. he doe on top of three girls to shield them from the bullets. and he was shot in the head.
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an act of hero wichl, a lot bigger than anything we should expect from a 15-year-old. 2k3wr5e9er love hath no man than this, than a man who lays down his life for his friends. almost sixty million americans are affected by mental illness. together we can help them with three simime words. my name is chris noth and i will listen. from maine to maui, thousands of high school students across the country are getting in on the action by volunteering in their communities. chris young: action teams of high school students are joining volunteeee of america and major league baseball players to help train and inspire the next generation of volunteers. carlos pea: it's easy to start an action team at your school so you, to can get on the action.
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it's the dawning of the age of aquarius. yeah, and something else that's cool. what? osteoporosis is preventable. all: osteo's preventable? right on! if you dig your bones, protect them. all: cbs cacas! there's also been an arrest in the shooting death of a college student in den ton, xas, in what may been an act of road rage. the suspect is a marine cocooral, eric johnson, arrested today in yuma, arizona. he's accused of gunning down a 20-year-old early new year's day as she drove with freends home from a party. in another big story today, floodwaters are reseeding along some parts of the mississippi, but rising in others. tonight, 23 illinois counties have been declared disaster
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>> this is where the mississippi river is pouring into one of the poorest counties in the state of illinois -- alexander county. i'm standing on a small levee which failed four days ago, and now that breach is nearly a mile wide. more than 125 properties in alexander county have been flooded. david willis owns three of them. the mississippi river is at his front door. >> looks likeou built this in e middle of a lake. willis was one of the people in a flood zone who accepted a state buyout and agreed to leave. when did they offer you the buyoutut >ight after the floodwater went down. >> reporter: in 2011? >> yes. >> reporter: and you took it? >> yes. >> reporter: and you haven't gogoen the money? >> nope. >> repepter: he had the money to move away and have the state reimburse him.
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>> iold my wife, we can't afford to move. you can't just up and move like that.. >> reporter: johnson says he doesn't have the money to start over. the median income in alexander county is $27,000 per year less than hf of the state's median income. as for david willis, whether o o nonohe gets his money, he's made up his mind. do you think you'll ever come back? >> nope. >> reporter: because of th? >> because of that. >> reporter: that's the levee that was breached because of floodwater that started further north and killed 25 people in illinois and missouri. it may be two years before this breach is repaired. it could be two weeks before the flooded areas are dry. but the good news is the water is reseeding, bahhing into the mississippi river, which is above flood stage from here to louisiana. >> thanks. the warming pacific c5rrent known as el nino is powering
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>> here's ben tracy. >> reporter: the rain came down hard, up to an inch an hour, snarling roadways and covering part of the 101 freeway in mud. this mini cooper was no match for the mega rain. the driver jumped to higher grnd. people living in areas charred by wildfires were encouraged to evacuate. steel netting had been installed to catch large debris. hal hyman lives below the mountains and decided to leave. >> at nighttime, i don't want to debris is going to come down again. >> bill passert is a >> the fact of the matter is we need all of this rain. >> this is going to be a fantastic affect on drought. we can anticipate anywhere from four to six incncs of rainn here in los angeles, which is normally double what we get in
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>> the l.a. river is rushing tonight, sending billions of gallons of wasasngton out to the ocean. the good news is that is what prevents los angeles from flooding. there is more rain in the forecast expected to hit southern california tomorrow. >> ben tracy reporting this weweend, thank you. >> today in afghanistan, one u.s. service member was killed, two others were wounded in to a fierce battle near the southern city of marja. the taliban had beenn advancing. american special operations forces are supporting the afghan military. in the race for the next commander-in-chief, ronald reagan once said the 11th commandment is tthou shall not speak ill of the another republican. he wouldn't recognize the melee just fouweeks before iowa. here's major rret. >> reporter: this ad from a super pac backing ted cruz mocked marco rubio's foreign policy toughness. >> i know i have a debate, but i
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football thing right. >> reporter: santorum ridiculed ruruo for filibusters. >> if you want to defeat isis, rick santorum is your president. >> reporter: the super pac branded chris christst an out of stepepiberal. >> chris christie, liberal energy-loving, obama care medicaid expanding president is enough. >> rubioiond cruz sell themselves as positive candidates who don't attack their opponents, leaving that job to their million dollar funded super pacs. the super pacs are supposed to operate independently from the campaigns, although rubio today says he does support his group's message. >> these are sererus policies. >> super pac ads don't necessarily tip the scale. the group backing jeb bush spent
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bush's poll numbers tumble, leaving bush to scramble for attention on live tv. today, vowing he's been tougher than anyone on donald trump. >> i think that's my job. you have to take on the bully head on and that's what i'm doing. >> christie told "the washington post" that rubio can't slime his way to the white house. those attacks came from a super pac and not r rio himself was a distinction lost on christie, as it may very well be for voters. >> major garret on the muddy mpaign trail. thanks very much. in new york, in the democratic race, bernie s sders took aim today at front-runner hallry clinton over her ties to wall street. he said wall street's ged is destroying the fabric of the nation. >> and here is a new year's resolution that i will keep if elected present and that is,
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> a new documumtary has tururd viewers into amateur detectives, and many are going to bat for a man serving life for murder. dean reynolds has this. >> repororr: thanks to a show on netflix, the website has a big hit on its hands. >> we have stephen avery in custody. >> reporter: in less than a month, more than 250,000 people around the world have signed a petition on the site, demanding ustice for a man in prison for life and featured in a netflix documentary. mike jones is with >> for it to go from a few thousand signatures to upwards of 250,000 signers is phenomenal. really shows that this pe
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conversation. >> i didn't know how to handle it. >> reporter: it's all due to this series, "making a murderer" launched last month which tells the story of stephen avery. he's the wisconsin man who served 18 years in prison before beg exonerated, only to find himself in prison again on a murder conviction in 2007. since its debut, millions of viewers have spent hours binge watching it and discussing the case in online chat rooms. many viewers concluded avery was framed by authorities who lied and planted evidence. ken kratz who prosecuted avery and is now receiving death threats says the series is misleading. >> stephen avery is right where he needs to be. that's in prison for the rest of
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>> reporter: avery's lawyer dean strang says the reaction to the series has included useful information fullback the defense. >> we can't afford not to at least sifif and consider something that might be useful to one human being who right now is facing a slow death in prison. >> reporter:ere in wisconsin, governor scott walker h h the power to pardon someone, but during two terms in office, he has never used it. and scott, his as say he cannot going to change that strategy now. >> dean reynolds, thank you very much. the justice department takes
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that's next. we have an update tonight on our investigation of a compmpnding pharmacy outside dallas which mixes custom drugs. last year, jim axelrod and producer emily rand discovered downing labs sent people millions of dollars in medications they did not orderer the lab was also investigated for unsanitary conditions. well, yesterday the department of justice filed an injunctio that fces downing to stop mixing drugs until an outside expert inspects the facility. in a first for the u.s. military academy, today brigadier general diane holland was sworn in as commandant of cadets. she's a 1990 graduate of west point and served in iraq and afghanistan.
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tonight, we saved the last dance for mike strassman in atlanta. >> who is that middle age dude who can do it like them? >> once we started, i saidd'm so bad, i said let's just film you all.
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it's a private nonprofit middle school, part hogwarts, part harvard. learning comes to life at warp speed here for kidid who arere acacemically diverse and often lower income. the viral video stars include seventh grader jaden lindsey. >> the message to get out there things while learning at the same time. >> reporter: every student but one in the school's histoto has gone onno college. >> it's very indescribable the amount of love that is shown from the teachers towards us, and it really motivates us to push oursves, be great academically and just bemazing citizens. >> reporter: is there a message in the video? >> i think the message in this video is something about who we are. at the ron clark academy, we're all about relationships with kids, building bonds and showing kids that you care, because whehe
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them where they are, and you're willing to work with them at their culture and interact with them in a positive way, they're going to respect you more and work harder. >> reporter: by breaking the mold, ron clark and his kids keep busting the right moves. cbs news, atlanta. and that's the overnight news this wednesday. for some of you, the news continues. for others, check back with us just a little bit later for the morning news. and, of course, cbs this morning.
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york city,'m scott pelley. captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, january 6th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." newew nuclear threat from north korea. the reclusive nation announce overnight it's conducted a test of a powerful hydrogen bomb. >> president obama does little to sway the republicans running to replace him in the white
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an powering up. nearly $pooiven500,000 will be up for grab tonight in the jackpot good morning from the studio headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. > orngs north korea says it conductedity first test of a hydrogen bomb. the claim came after an earthquake was detected close to the north korea teses site. if confirird, it would be north korea's fourth nuclear test and escalation of the nuclear program. seth doane is in beijing whehe the chinese say they will protest the nuclear test. >> reporter: as you point out, the big question is here if this is, indeed, prpren tor a hydrogen bomb test, what north korea claimed it carried out
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local time, if, indeed, that is true, it woulde a major advance in nuclear t thnology for the north. hydrogen bomb is far more powerful, much more difficult to make than atomic bombs. through the day, we have seen the south koreans begin to cast doueds on whether there is some confirmation of this. the north c ce out in early december, december 10th and said it will hydrogen bomb capapalities. that claim was widely dismissed by the international community but we saw a handwritten note
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test after making that claim. this test has taken neighbors here in the region by surprise. >> seth, how do we interpret this move? what does it mean? >> repepter: well, it would be a major, major step forward. we were in north korea in october and we had seen really what -- what apparently was a warmrmg in relations between china, the major ally of the north and north korea. china sent a top government official to a military parade that we attended. china has really beenn pushingng nonproliferation issues here on the korean pens will and a major al lip. it appeared the two were getting closer and the relations were warming but china condemned these tests today, as has south korea and japapa it would be a major step back
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>> indeed. seth doane in beijing, thank you. back here at home, rainfall records are falling in southern california. a powerful storm is shifting east after drerehing los angeles and d e region. the el nino conditions in the pacific promomise new rain stararting totoday. heavy downpours swamped streetsts in san diegogo. stranded dririvers were abandon their cars and flooded roads and intersections. >> i saw cars going through it, so i thought, oh, i'm fine, until i felt my car slightly lift off and then i felt all the wateteand then i was, like, i can't move, i can't move. >> water poured over a wall into a sadiego parking garage leaving cars under water. > tastrophic floeds in two dozen illinois counties. water is receded along some parts of the mississippi river. the flooding is blamed for a least 25 deathsl though, in
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health officials are warning about hidden risis from sewage and other pollutants in the water. well, it didn't take long for critics of president obama's plan to cur b gun violence in this country to speak up. the national rifle association says the proposal for expanded background checks was right for abuse. the president had tears streakin as he recalled the massacre at t e sanan hook elementary school,,ut his speech was also with fire and anger. >> every time i think about those kids, it gets me mad! >> repororr: president obama let his emotionon show tuesday after 13 mass killings during his tenure in the white house. >> and from every farmer who never imagined that their loved one would be taken from our lives by a bullet from a gun.
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congress hostage right now but they cannot hold america hostage. >> reporter: the president's reaction require gun dlers, including those at gun shows and online to be licensed and conducuc background checks. currently about 40% of sales have no background checks at all. >> we won't be able to operate our website the way we have in the past from here on out. >> we are interested in keeping firearms out of the h hds of people who should nono have them. >> reporter: no executive order associated with the president's plan, likely making it the responsibility o various govement agencies to complement any changes. but the president's comments have put gun control front and center in election politics. >> he can abuse his power all he wants. he has a phone and he has a pen, but if you live by the pen, be you die by the pen!n! >> what he is basasally doing is issuing things and ignoring the legality of it. >> the second amendment, the second amendment is so important. they are trying -- they are not going to take your guns away,
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take your guns away. not going to do it. they are trying. >> i will take on the gun lobby. >> reporter: the president also wants to increase funding for mental health care and hire more atf agents all that would require approval from the republican-led congress. the nra has tweeted a warning to lawmakers fyi, all nrr grades. >> a just released national poll of republican or republican leaning voters finds donald trump with a sizeable lead over other gop candidates but ted cruz has gained ground and trump is taking note. the gop front-runner is raising concerns over cruz's eligibility to be president. brian webb is here in new york. brian, good morning. >> good morning. >> reporter: you'll remember trump was front and center among those questioning whether president obama was born in
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now he is questioning whether ted cruz's birth in candidate could be a liability. >> all i know is a lot of people are talking about it. i hope it's not so. i hope it doesn't come about. >> reporter: in an interview, trump said cruz's canadian birth place was very precarious. >> the problem is that if the democrats bring a lawsuit, the lawsuit cod take years to resolve and how do you have a candidate where there is something, you know, over thth head of the party and that individual. >> reporter: cruz was born in calgy while his parents were working in the oil business. his mother is from delaware, his father from cubaba the u.s. constitution says only a natural born citizen may be president. >> i hope it wouldn't be the truth. i hope that wouldn't be what it is. and we will find out, i guess. mean, ted will be able to answer the question hopefully satisfactorily. i hear a couple of states have a problem with it too.
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agree thth description natural born citizens cover parents of the u.s. others have run with president with no serious legal chalalnges. cruzuzade light of trump's comment. >> reporter: cruz reacted on twitter, post ago video link om the 1970s tv show "happy days." the scene became known as jumping the shark and has come to refer to something that has run its course. trump has also increased his attacks on democrat hillary clinton, questioning her stamina and strength. >> why he does whatever he does? i can only tell you what i hear from people e d what i hear from people is really about their lives and their future. >> reporter: some see trump's attacks on clinton as sexist. and he has changed his tune on cruz. during an interview in
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no one was hurt. state of emergency in flint, michigan, over tainted water. a suspect in the murder of a designated driver. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. "dallas morning news" reports on the arrest of a marine in the apparent road rage shooting of a texas college student. johnson was taken into custody on tuesday at an arizona military base. he is accused of killing 20-year-old sarah muclechner on new year's day. she was her friend's designated driver and crashed after being shot in the head. "the washington post" reports curious locals and reporters. the group has refused to say how many there are. they took over the national wildlife refuge saturday. they want the federal land returned to local government. the "detroit free press" reports michigan's governor
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here's a look at today's here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. >> what i'm going to do with my winning, i'm going to invest in somemeeport so i can own a ranch. >> there is a really nice, tight black lamborghini. >> this is the winning ticket. nobody needs -- they are wasting their time in there, okay? i'm just letting you know. >> she's positive. powerball fever is heating up across the country. people are lining up to get their tickets for tonight's drawing. right now, the jackpot is worth $450 million. and that is the biggest we have seen in nearly a year. if no one wins, the next drawing is saturday. on the cbs "moneywatch," hot items from theheonsumer electronics show, and twitter considers going long. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and
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good morning, jill. >> reportet: good morning. not north korea's apparent hydrogen bomb test rattled stock markets in asian. most fell lower. japan's nikkei dropped 1% and hitting g two-momoh low. hang sang also fell 1%. a mix but stable on wall street following monday's big sell-off. the dow gained 9 points and s&p edged up four but the nasdaq fell about 11 points. most major airlines are raising round trip fares on domestic flights by $6. delta was the first to raise prices. southwest, american, united, jetblue and virgin america quickly matched that increase. airlines have been enjoying record profitsue to low fuel costs. twitter could be getting ready for longer tweets. right now, a tweet is limited to 140 characters. the technology news site recode reports that twitter may increase its limit to 10,000 characters in its tweet. ceo jack dorsey said twitter i i
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express thememlves. >> so, jill, we could talk about twitter, but really the tech world is focused on las vegas this mning, as the consumer electronics show opens. lots of amazing gadgets. we actually got a preview yesterday. >> that's right. so ford kicked things off by saying it plans to triple the size of its fleet of self-d]iving cars and they will beben using a new lower priced contact sensor to act as the eye of the cars and those new sensors are small enough to mount on side-view mirrors. fitbit is introducing a watch to rivalry the apple watch. the new blaze has audio playback control and messag notifications. also a color display and comes out in march and cost $200. samsung is introducing a new refrigerator that allows you to order groceries using an app on the refrigerator screen. ititegins with two groceries here in new york.
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lets you decide when you want those groceries delivered and you can pay with a credit or debit card. >>hat is too easy to have cheesesteak -- cheesecake delivered. and cheesesteak, i suppose. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lotot jill. still to come, we have youth soccer takes on the nfl. yeah, we will tell you how young soccer players in california are fighting for a space to play, as the super bowl gets ready to land in the area.ize tritional drink can be a challenge. try new boost compact nutritional drink. the only drink that provides complete nutrition in half the size of other nutritional drinks. boost compact is filled with 10 grams of protein, plus 26 vitamins and minerals including calcium and vitamin d, to help you get the nutrition you need. try new boost compact nutritional drink k day.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. harris goes to deron williams. from the corner. whoa!! >> a buzzer-beater by dallas mavericks guard deron williams. the last-second three-pointer
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double overtime win over sacramento. the judge refused to stop the nfl from turning a youth soccer field into a media center for super bowl 50. work is already under way to transform santa clara's soccer park. soccer club says it's worried about damage to the field and complained that they have nowhere to play. >> when the nfl shows up with seven lawyers that they flew in from l.a., you know, it reinforces the david and goliath story. >> the nfl promises to return the field to as good, or better, condition. and is working with the city to find somewhere else for the soccer games. another court hearing is set for monday. baseball fans learned today who will be entering the h!ll of fame this summr. ken griffey jr. could be a unanimous selection in his first year on the ballot. junior ended his 22-year career with 630 home runs.
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to peds, such as barry bonds and roger clemens and mark mcgwire could see a boost in votes, but not enough to get in. that could be bad news for mcgwire because he is in his final year of eligibility. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," actor damian lewis. i'm oomg. this is i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." ...y.y could stay... bed all day... need the power of...this is i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news."is i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news."w 'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." the power to feel better. resolve to turn heads roc retinol. it's up to two times stronger than imitators try roc retinol correxion night cream... after one week, fine lines appear to fade one month, deep wrinkles look smoother... and after one year, skin looks ageless. only from roc . we all want to be healthier, but lets just get real, we also want to loose weight. what's great about the smartpoints program ` is you do both, it's not counting calories it's counting points.
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three rare identical triplets are enjoying their time at home. addison, kensly and savannah harris were discharged from a houston hospital on monday.
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1st, they weighed between 3 pounds and 3 pounds, 8 ounces. >> they are all 5 pounds. at least it's 15 pounds outside of me, instead of inside of me. >> the parents are getting used to not sleeping. it was the first set of identical triplets the hosostal delivered since it opened in 1963. a clip has received more than 77,000 likes on facebook. mark strassmann reports. >> reporter: this is a hip-hop dance challenge that you can't do it, like me. and, sure, the kids are magic. but you also wonder who is that middle-aged dude who can do it like them? >> once we started, i said, i'm so bad, i said, let's just film y'all and the kids are no, mr. clark, you got to be in it! >> reporter: ron clark, a former teacher of the year, founded the
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it's a profit nonprivate middle school. part hogwarts, part harvard. learning comes to life at work speed here for kids who are academically diversed and often lower income. the viral video stars including seventh grader jaden lindsey. >> the message to get out there was to say we can do fun things, while learning at the same time. >> reporter: every student but one in the school's history has gone on to college. mason calhoun, another seventh grader. >> it's very indescribable, the amount of love that is shown from the teachers towards us and it really motivates us to put yourself and be great academically and just be amazing citizens. >> reporter: is there a message in the video? >> i think the message in this video is something about who we are. at the ron clark academy we are about building bonds and showing that you care.
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to meet with them and if you're willing to learn about their culture and interact with them in a positive way, they are going to respect you more and they are going to work harder. >> reporter: by breaking the mold, ron clark and his kid keep busting the right moves. mark strassmann, cbs news, atlanta. >> he is looking pretty good. better than i would do any way. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," dr. david agus with the war on cancer from his new book "the lucky years." and actor damien lewis joins us in the studio. that is the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching.
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right now on cbs 2 this morning...the new developments in north korea after they claim to have tested a hydrogen bomb. the latest reaction across the nation after the president rolls out his executive action increasing gun control. what investigators are trying to figure out right now, about the attackers in last months shooting in san bernardino. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin barry. barry. and i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio.
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