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suffered a triple-digit loss. 392 points this time, or 2.3%. investors are worried that the chinese economy, second largest in the world, is slowing more than the chinese government is letting on, and that the government's'saphazard attempts to intervene in its markets and devalue its currency are giving the impression that it doesn't know how to manage the trouble. our senior national correspondent anththy mason is following all l this. anthony? >> reporter: scott, it was a painful day to check your 401(k). the dow is down more than 900 points since monday, that's more than five percent. the catalyst for the sell-off once a ain was china. the chinese market shut down after less than half an hour this morning after plunging 7%. it was the second shutdown this wewk. investors are worried the chinese economy is slowingng gdp growth, which hit 12% five years ago, is now below 7%. if china's in trouble, that
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of the world. and with this chaos in the shanghai markets, there are worries the chinese don't have a handle on their own economy right now, scott. >> and anthonynythe chinese are also the second largest consumer of crude oil in the world. and you've been looking into the impact of that. >> reporter: yeah. crude, scott, hit a 12-year low today. $33 a barrel. the price has fallen by nearly half just since may, when it was $60. if you drive to work, it's like a huge tax break, but it's pretty painful if you work in the oil industry in houston. there's just too much supply now. and if china continu to slow, there will be less demand and gas prices could stay low for a while, scott. >> anthony mason, thank you very much, anthony. the folks at dow jones told us today that the plunge this week in the 30 blue chip stocks alone represents a market value loss of nearly $260 billion. well, ted cruz is watching his stock rise, in iowa.
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the republicananront-runner 25 days before iowans cast the first votes of campaign 2016. >> reporter: we rode with ted cruz on day four of f six-day bus tour of iowa and asked about his birth in canada, and donald trump's legal advice. >> this issue is a non-issue. the law is quite clear that the child of a u.s. citizen born abroad is a natural-born citizen. >> reporter: you perceive this as an attack. donald trump says he's trying to help you. >> the funny thing about politics, it's fairly unusual for your opponents, who are running for the same position, to be actually trying to help you. i will hear their prayer and forgive their sins, and i will heal their land. >> reporter: cruz has climbed to the top of the iowa polls by reaching out to evangelicals and social conservatives. in 2012, 57% of republican caucus-goers describe themselves as evangelicals. 47% said they were "very conservative."
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not rely just on iowa or new hampshire, whose more moderate elecrate has not been as welclcing. >> there are a lot of candidates in this race who have to win iowa. there are a lot of other candidates who have to win new from our perspective, we don't view any one state as a must- win. we're going to compete hard and try to win everywhere. >> reporter: cbuz has taken a harder line on immigration than trump, opposing trtrp's willingness to allow deported immigrants to return to the u.s. does the fact you enter illegally permanently bar you from ever entering the country legall >> i don't believe that anyone who has come here illegally should be eligible for citizenship. >> reporter: cruz faced the reality of that policy yesterday in storm lake when he met a woman protected from deportation by obama administration executive actions. cruz tololthe woman, under a cruz presidency, she would have to leave and he told her, scott, breaking the law creates human tagedies. >> major garrett in iowa for us
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major, thank you. > miners who were trapped for ten hours in a salt mine in lansing, new york, were rescued today. they had gottev stuck in an elevator 900 feet underground. thth were lifted out by a crane just a few at a time. nobody hurt, but they were cold. the shaft was 20 degrees. today, there was a scare in paris on the annnnersary of the terrorist attack on "charlie hebdo" magazine. mark phillips is there. >> reporter: this time the only body lying on the streets of papas belonged to the atatcker. he had approached a police station carrying a butcher's knife and shouting the islamist militant war cry "allahu akbar," god is great. police said there were wires coming out of his jacket, as if from a suicide vest, shot him dead. an examination of the body found no bomb, but police say they did find a hand-written note
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jawad rabi runs a clothing sre nearby. >> i was really concerned because there was a school, you know, just near the e lice station. >> reporter: the attacker was later identified as a local petty thief known to police but with no known connection to any terrorort group. he apparently acted alone. paris was already on edge before the incident. it took place as president francois hollande led a ceremony commemorating the victims of the "charlie hebdo" massacre a year ago. and the memories of the second wave of attacks less than two months ago are still vivid. president hollande said france was now living under a constant threat and "charlie hebdo's" typically defiant anniversary cover suggggted why. a god-like image carries an assault rifle -- murder in the name of religion. the killer, it said, is still on
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as terror attackckgo, scott, this one, an apparent loner with a knife and fake bomb, is less deadly than the others which have taken place here, but it still sends a ssage -- the enemy is a ang us. be afraid. >> mark phillips in paris tonight. mark, thank you. late today in oregon, the harney county sheriff met with the leader of a group of protesters who have been occupying buildings at a national wildlife refuge. the sheriff offered them safe escort out of town and is waiting to hear back. the protest is in support of ranchers who were sent to prison for settinina fire that spread to federal lands. the "cbs overnight news"
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today, we saw new evidence that the barbarity of syria's civil war has not lessened, even after five years. a town is being starved by the dictator's forces. men, women and children are "dzing in slow motion" as one reredent put it. here's elizabeth palmer. >> reporter: months of deprivation have pushed the smallest and the poorest to the very brink. a mother feeee her child with what looks like broth, but it's actually water, flavored with jam. in an online appeal, a man explains, "we have no food, no water and no power," and then he bursts into tears. "please, world," he says, "we
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activists say the most wretched are making soup with grass, and some have died of starvation. and all this just 30 miles from the capital, damascus, in fertile hill countnt. we traveled there in 2012 when it was still safe enough to visit the rebels who control the area. now they and morthan 40,000 residents are trapped, surrounded by syrian government forces who have sealed off all the roads. this video, posted by activists, shows thresidents begging the government soldiers to let food d supplies in. but the last aid convoy they allowed to pass was back in october. but suddenly today, scott, after ththe pictures of the ststving people had caused international consternation, the assad government announced that it was going to allow one humanitarian aid convoy ibto madaya probably some time over the weekend. >> liz palmer rererting from the
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liz, thank you. a runaway natural gas well in los angeles has been flooding a neighborhood with methane for 76 days. 2,000 people have been evacuated as southern california gas compies struggles to stop the flow. mireya villarreal is following this. >> reporter: this infrared video shows you what you can't see with the naked eye, a geyser spewing ateast 70,000 pounds of gas every hour into southern california neighborhoods less than two miles away. >> we call this the bp oil spill on land. >> reporter: environmental activist erin brockovich was blunt about the latest gas leak findings. a new study commissioned by a law firm suing the utility says gas is now reaching porter ranch neighborhoods 18 hours of the day. >> this isn't a one-time assault. this is an ongoing assault every single day. >> reporter: the source of,the
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pipe. southern california gas chief f operating officer brett lane. >> i personally apologize to the residents. this is something that, you know, the nuisance that they face, the different issues that they h he faced, we do apololoze for that. again, our focus right now is to try to eliminate that nuisance or the issues that they face by stopping the leak as fast as we can. >> reporter: to stop the leak, the utility company needs to drill down 8,000 feeee they're using a relief well to intersect the leaking pipe and plug it up. the gas company estimates the process will take until april. christine sodedeund's home is less than two miles from the gas leak. she moved after her children started to get sick with unexplained headaches, nausea and nosebleeds. >> i am worrying about theheas every day. i'm worrying about my family's health. >> reporter: there are 115 wells in the hills that you see behind me, includininthe one that is
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115, only ten have safety valve shut offs. >> mireya villarreal reporting for us tonight. mireya, thank you. last night, we showed you remamaable pictures of people lining up down the block to collect painkillers at a doctor's office. an office the authorities say is really just a front for drug dealing. well, tonight jim axelrod and producer ashley velie continue their investigation in west virginia, where the state is suing, accusing pharmacists and drug distributors of making millions, pushing narcotics to anyone who wants them. >> reporter: no state has had more t tuble with prescription pain pills than west virginia, and no town in west virginia more trouble than kermit, population 40000 this undercover video of kermit's main pharmacy shows scores of people picking up
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drive-thru window. >> they fill more scripts for oxycodone than all but 21 pharmacies in america. >> reporter: in the country? >> in the country. >> reporter: jim cagle represents the state in the ground-breaking lawsuit against pill mills and wholesale drug distributors. >> what you have is some bad doctors and pharmacies who are willing to turn a blind eye because of the money that's involved. >> reporter: more than three million doses of hydrocodone were ordered by a kermit pharmacist, james willie, in one year. he paid drug distributors hundreds of thousands of dollars, while netting more than $6 million in profit. in 2012, wlie lost his license and served s s months in prison for illelelly dispensing drugs. but cagle told us the problem persists. th pharmacy, tug valley, is now being sued for negligently
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records show tug valley was filling more than 150 pain prescriptions a day from one clinic alone. >> hi, you mr. bellengee? i'm jim axelrod with cbs n ns. we decided to ask owner randy bellengee about the charges. you're named in a lawsuit, alleging substandard care. you have nothing to say to me direly? at his lawyer'r'direction, he wouldn't respond. >> we would think an alarm bell would go off. >> reporter: west virginia secretary of health karen bowling says until now, the drug distributors have escaped scrutiny. >> if you're a distributor, if you're providing medication to pharmacies, someone would say, wow, this is a lot. what do we need to do about it? >> reporter: that's the premise behind the unprecedented lawsuit. under west virginia's law, distributors are legally bound to report suspicioio orders from phphmacies. >> if that distributor has good reason to believe that the prescriptions that are being
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medical purposes, then they are not to make that delivery. >> they have an obligation? >> they have a duty, yes. >> reporter: amerisource bergen is the third largest drug wholesalern the country and one of 11 defendanan in the state's case. over a five-year period, they filled orders for 118 million hydrocodone and oxycodone pills, enough to supply every west virginian with 13 pain pilil a year. >> that's scary math. >> it is. yes,t is. it is actually the product of what i wouldldefer to as a business plan, a business plan by people that are not honorable people. >> reporter: we reached out to lawyers for amerisource bergen. they told us they couldn't comment because of this ongoing litigation. this potentially precedent- setting trial is set to begin in october. >> remarkable reporting, jim. thanks.
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today the government revised its advice for a healthy diet. e headlines -- lean meat and eggs may now be okay, but sugar and salt still bad. here's dr. jon lapook. >> reporter: the new usda a guideleles recommend people consume e ss than 10% of calories per day from added sugars, about 12 teaspoons. less than 10% of calories per day from saturated fats, about a fast-food cheeseburger, and less than 2,300 milligrams per day of sodium, about a teaspoon of table salt. women shou consume between 1,600 and 2,400 0 lories a day. men, 2,000 to 3,000. let's see how this sample of daily meals stacks up. if you have cereal and coffee for breakfast, a cheese wrap for
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salmon, vegetables and a glass of wine for dinner, add small piece of cake for dessert, you consumed abovt 2,150 calories. but the soda alone exceeded the e recommended sugar limit, and the turkey wrap and chips contain about 1,100 milligrams of sodium, already half of the recommended amount. sharon zarabi is a regisisred dietitian at lenox hill. is honey added sugar? >> honey is added sugar, although it is natural, but you'll notice that milk products, such as milk or even a yogurt, has 12 grams of sugar per cup, and then when you are making it a fruit-flavored yogurt, that doubles the sugar from 12 to 24 grams r serving. >> reporter: we also asked about foods with unexpectedly high sodium. >> the same type of flavor dressing, which is itataan, in one botttt can be 450 milligrara of sodium versus 300 milligrams. >> reporter: that's a huge difference. >> yeah. >> reporter:cott, it's so easy
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you might thinthis spinach wrap is s tter than this piece of white bread, but the bread has 90 calories and no saturated fat, and the wrap, 210 calories and two grams of saturated fat, so you have to read the bel. >> read the lalals. dr. jon lapook. doc, thanks very much.
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have you watched it climb 300, 400, 500. >> you drive down the interstate and see those big billboards and you're like, wow. you sit in traffic in the morning and think, "man, if i won that." >> reporter: this $700 million jackpot for a single winner could actually mean a one-time cash option of $428 million. to win, you just got to defy odds of 292 million to one. >> just one? >> reporter: you have a better chance of being hit by lightning while drowning. >> why do i play? because i want money. i only play whent's $700 million. $50 million? i'm not interested. >> reporter: this jackpot is already a record by $110 million, and players in 44 states will drive it higher by saturday night's drawing. >> i feel lucky today. >> reporter: which is why so few people felt like working today, and tomorrow's not looking much better. >> we're trying to win the big one. that's it.
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cbs news, atlanta. that's the "overnight news" for this friday. for some of you, the news continues. for others, check back with us just a little bit later for the morning news and "cbs this morning." from the broadcast center in new
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captioning funded by cbs captioning funded by cbs it's friday, january 8th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." two men suspected of having ties to overseas terror groups are under arrest. one of them, a refuge who came to the united states from syria. president obama puts a target on the nra. at a town hall meeting, the president accuses the gun lobby group of distorting his position on gun ownership. will the markets end a volatile week on an upswing? wall street breathing a sigh of relief this morning after chinese stocks rally overnight. and she might be the biggest pop star in the world, but beyonce has plans on
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she takes the stage. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. two men arrested on terrorism related charges are expected to make their first court appearances today. one was picked up in california and the other in texas. both are refuges from the middle east and there may be a connection. brian webb is here in new york with the details. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning. federal prosecutors say there is no indication that either suspect was planning an attack in the u.s. but the arrest drew immediate criticism of the president's refuge policy. court documents reveal the 23-year-old sacramento suspect communicated over social media with an unnamed individual living in texas back in 2013. in one exchange, the two allegedly discussed training and fighting overseas.
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individual i, writes, i need to learn from your weapon expertise. the sacramento suspect responds, if you arrive and i am still there, i will train you. a criminal complaint unsealed thursday accuses the sacramento man of traveling to syria from the u.s. and back again after fighting alongside a terror organization, then lying to investigators about it. authorities say the iraqi citizen originally came to the u.s. as a refuge in 2012. >> this is an individual who was committed to going back home and -- as an iraqi to fight what he perceives were corrupt and regimes. >> reporter: law enforcement officials accuse the houston suspect of providing material support to isis. the 24-year-old texas man entered the u.s. as an iraqi refuge in 2009 and was granted permanent resident status in 2011. the charges are reignited a debate on the campaign trail
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into the u.s. >> we should not be allowing isis terrorists to come back to america with u.s. passports and wage jihad to attempt to murder innocent men and women in this country. >> reporter: both suspects are scheduled to appear in federal court today. in a statement, texas governor greg abbott called on the president to halt the resettlement of refuges in the u.s. until there is an effective vetting process to ensure americans' safety. >> brian webb in new york, thanks a lot, brian. today in silicon valley, the obama administration is asking for the tech's industry from stopping terrorists from online recruiting. representatives from apple, google, facebook, microsoft and twitter and linkedin are expected to meet with federal officials. one is how terrorists used encryption to hide their communication. overseas now.
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will allow humanitarian aid into several towns where residents are starving to death. the situation is desperate for some 40,000 residents of madaya. they are just some of the victims of the syrian civil war. the last food delivery was in october. they are surrounded by government troops and numerous reports that people have died of malnutrition. president obama is putting the gun lobby in his sights. at a televised town hall meeting, he accuses the national rifle association of stoking conspiracy conspiracy theories that the government is set to taking away guns. >> every time there is a mass shooting, gun sales spike. and part of the reason is is that the nra has convinced many of its members that somebody is going to come grab your guns. >> reporter: a fired up president obama lit int the nra thursday night, accusing the group of igniting its members by distorting his interpretation of
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>> the conversation has to be based on facts and truth and what we are actually proposing. not some, you know, imaginary fiction in which obama is trying to take away your guns. >> reporter: the gun lobby group declined an invitation to attend the town hall meeting and, instead, calling it a public relations spectacle. but the president was challenged by members of the audience, including taya kyle, the wife of american sniper chris kyle and a rape survivor. >> so why can't your administration see that the restrictions you're putting to make it harder for me to own a gun or harder for me to take that where i need to be is actually just making my kids and i less safe? >> reporter: the meeting comes two days after the president took executive action to expand gun control measures and that has put gun control near the top of the agenda on the presidential campaign. >> i will get rid of gun-free zones on schools.
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and on military bases, my first day, it gets signed, okay? my first day. there is no more gun-free zone. >> the first thing i intend to do is rescind every single illegal and unconstitutional president. >> meanwhile, president obama wrote in a "the new york times" op-ed that he will not support or campaign for any political candidate who doesn't support what he calls common sense gun reform. well, the trump campaign vetted people trying to attend a rally in vermont. trump claims more than 20,000 people showed up for the 1,400 spots at last night's event in with burlington. they were asked if they supported trump. only those who said yes were allowed in. but in spite of the campaign's bebe efforts, trump was terrupted eight times by protesters. coming up on "cbs this morning," major garrett talks with ted cruz about taking on
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to iowa. this morning, the chinese stock market regained some of the ground it lost during yesterday's free-fall. the shanghai composite finished the dau 2% higher. new circuit breaker regulations that shut down trading yesterday were suspended. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange. jill, good morning. >> good morning. fears about the chinese economy and dropping oil prices that triggered another big sell-off here on wall street. the dow plunged 392 points and s&p lost 47 and off to its worst four-day start of the year ever. the nasdaq dropped 146 points or 3% of its value. the nasdaq has fallen for six straight dates. the past five trading days, including december 31st, the dow has lost 1,036 points or nearly 6%. the price of oil dropped to a 12-year low. this morning, though, u.s. crude is trading at 33 dollars a
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today, traders will be watching what happens with the the first measure of how the u.s. economy fared for all of last year. analysts expects 210,000 more jobs were created in december dropped to 4.9% and the first time this seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell below 5% since 2007. anne-marie? >> jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, jill, you will be back a little later with our business headlines. well, now to the weather, which has been as volatile as the stock market. another el nino-triggered storm is headed toward the west coast, while more flooding is forecast for mississippi and the ohio valleys. yesterday, powerful waves battered the california coast near san franciscoco a man watching the monster waves roll in got drenched! to the south in san diego, this driver drove his 200,000 dollar lamborghini into high water. the engine never stalled. i guess that's what you pay for.
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the mississippi river. in vicksburg, the river is expected to cresover 50 feet and more rain will continue there tonight. a local sheriff is trying to end the armed occupation of a federal wildlife refuge in southeastern oregon. harney county sheriff david ward met with ammon bundy, the leader of the armed protesters. ward asked bundy to end the but he refused. they plan to talk again today. coming up on the morning news, controversial comments. the governor of maine faces criticism for racially charged claims about drug traffickers. and, later, hundreds of thousands of time warner customers may have had their information hacked. this is the "cbs morning news."s"." neutrogena makeup remover does. it erases 99% of your most stubborn makeup with one towelette. need any more proof than that? neutrogena. quilted northern works so well people can forget their bathroom experience.
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the officer was hit several times in the arm, but returned fire. the suspect ran off, but was quickly arrested by other officers. ferocious wildfires are burning out of control inn western australia. three people are missing and nearly a hundred homes are destroyed. four firefighters are injured. lightning strikes sparked the fires. maine's governor is under fire for racially charged comments. and the mother of the affluenza teen is back in texas. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the dallas morning news reports the mother of the sosoalled affluenza teen will appear today before a texas judge. tonya couch is behind bars in ft. worth after arriving thursday from los angeles. she was deported from mexico last week where her son ethan is in custody. he is accused of violating probation he is serving for killing four people in a 2013 drunk driving crash. the "portland press herald" reports on controversial
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demoney, smoothie, shifty. these type of guys come from connecticut and new york. they come up here and sell their heroin and then they go back home. incidentally, they i iregnate a young white girl before they leave. >> reporter: paul lepage made those remarks on wednesday. the communications director defended the remarks saying lepage wasn't speaking about race but the emotional toll that drugs have on children. "people" reports on what caused the death of singer natalie cole who passed away last week. her family said she died from idiopathic pulmonary hypertension which caused heart failure. the diagnosis came after she received a new kidney in 2009. the "sun sentinel" in south florida reports manatees may soon lose their endangered
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the country. netflix introduced this week that subscribers have viewed nearly 12 billion amount of content the last three months. the only thing they still haven't viewed is the sun. >> hey, it's winter. what are you going to do? might as well stay inside. on the cbs "moneywatch" get ready to watch more netflix. first, new problems for blue bell ice cream. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange. good morning again, jill. >> reporter: blue bell released forced to shut down because of listeria released an update on its enhanced cleaning efforts. they suspect listeria may still be present but none of its ice cream or other products have tested positive.
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ice cream in april of last year and closed its plants. they have since reopened and production resumed. time warner says it wawa hacked. the e-mail addresses and passwords about 320,000 time warner customers may have been compromised. the fbi informed time warner about the hack, but time warner says there is no evidence that the systems that operate e-mail accounts have been breached. a menu change at chick-fil-a. bye-bye, coleslaw. hello, kale. the fast food chain is replacing coleslaw with kale salad. it has maple vinaigrette dressing and topped with almonds and pecans. chick-fil-a say this was a change for growing demand for health care options. more people will be watching video than television by the end of the decade. predicts in a matter of years, digital vidid will become the single largest way that people spend their free time.
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growingg 60% annually. speaking of digital video. netflix released the first pictures of the "full house" reboot, "fuller house." can discameron and jody sweden and andrea barber return. they look someone like they did in the '90s family sitcom. bob saget and john stamos are also back. >> jill wagner at the new w rk stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. i wonder how they wiwi explain the whole twins not being there? have to wait for that. the wait is over for "game of thrones" fans. hbo says the season sixth premiere will be april 24th and that word comes as the network says it's in talk to bring back the fantasy hit series for two more seasons. for the first time in season six, the show will move beyond the story lines laid out in george r.r. martin's books. still ahead, supup bowl show stopper. halftime show performers coldplay will be joined on stage next month by a superstar.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. pay my student loans off. i will share with my kids. it would help me out a lot. >> what would you do with $700 million? >> take care of some of the people i know need to be helped. the prize for this week's drawing has grown to a record $700 mililon. lottery officials say it could grow even bigger by the weekend. odds of winning? a slim 1 in 192 million. peyton manning is taking back his old job. he'll be the denver broncos starting quarterback w wn they play their first plalaff game next week. manning came off the bench in week 17 to lead denver to a win.
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starts due to injury. the broncos don't know who they will face. that will be decided during wildcard weekend. we will be bringing one of the games to you. the pittsburgh steelers take on the cincinnati bengals tomorrow night. coverage starts at 8:00 p.m. eastern. beyonce will perform for this year's super bowl halftime show. its her second appearance after headlining the event in 2013 in new orleans. the singer will join coldplay for the mid game performance. beyonce recently collaborated with coldplay on their latest album. and you can watch super bowl 50 from levi stadium in santa clara, california, on sunday, february 7th, right here on cbs. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," actor tim daly.
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the power to feel but i'm okay. they are known for hair loyalty. now one dog is creditedit they are known for their loyalty. now one dog is credited with saving another dog's life after the two scottish terriers ran off in massachusetts tuesday. police found one dog, which led rescuers to the second that was trapped down an embankment. both are safe this morning. police dash cam video captured the roadside delivery of a baby by two new jersey state troopers. >> keep going! >> breathe, breathe. >> keep going. keep going. >> good, good. >> there we go! >> the mom gave birth on the shoulder of the garden state parkway monday morning as she and her husband rushed to the hospital. four minutes after the troopers arrived, the newborn was in mom's hands. >> once the baby came out, father's first words out of his
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and at that point, you know, we are seeing a baby and got to look. it's a girl! you know? >> they are beaming. both are reported to be doing well. a baby in plano, texas made her public debut on thursday. her birth was possible through an unusual surrogacy. omar villafranca has the story. >> say hi to the world. >> reporter: meet baby kelsey. she is here because of her grandmother.r. kelly susuered three miscarriages and her mother offered to be her surrogate. >> we talked to the doctor about it and be tested. the miracle happened. >> reporter: 54-year-old tracy thompsonave birth to her own grandchild yesterday. >> my lovely mom offered to give me the greatest gift i could ever have in my life. >> reporter: thompson says being pregnant with her granddaughter was not so easy. >> the second trimester was great.
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the first and the third were >> reporter: during delivery, doctors performed an emergency baby's heart rate dropped. it's an extreme miracle. >> reporter: mom, daughter, and granddaughter now share a stronger bond and driven with give up. are many women who are willing to do it and you can have your biological child s sll. >> reporter: doctoto say kelsey is healthy, weighing 6 pounds and 11 ounces. omar villafranca, cbs news, plano, texas. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," amididowerball lottery manan. we will show you how the so-called lottery curse has left many winners high and dry. plus, the government's new dietary guidelines and allegations the food industry watered down the recommendations. actor tim daly from "madam secretary" joins us in the studio. that is the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching.
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have a great day. right now on cbs 2 this morning...the president faces critics head on about his new executive actions about gun control. the end to a busy week of politics in the corridor while a former president revisits history in the czech village. the new home fororn organization helping women in the iowa city community. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin bbarry. barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio.
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