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right now on cbs 2 this morning...the new ideas voters are thinking over this morning after last night's cbs 2 news town hall debate about the iowa caucuses. the developing news overnight in north korea -- where the country says an american student has been arrested. the new rules this morning that affect people trying to get into thehenited states. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin bbarry. barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio. let's get a check of our cbs 2
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corridor voters have a lot to ink over this morninin after last night's "your voice, your future: the iowa impact" town hall event in iowa city. 2 brought together both state party chairs and two political science professors to talk about the state of the iowa caucues -- and what iowans are doing to keep them first in the nation. nation.this morning -- we take a look at why the caucuses really are unlike anything else in the united states. states. the hawkeye state has only had it's spot first in line since the 1970' before the caucuses impacted the rest of the cotry -- the university of iowa's cary covington says they changed the way party officials acted within the state... state...the whole process has just been revolutionized since the 1970's with these party officials feeling the need to be fair and impartial umpires rather than the deciders and i think that's one of hte most striking changes in the last 50 years in the way that we nominate -- people like democrat chair dr. andy mcguire -- and jeff kaufmann -- the republican party chair -- are extremely careful not to favor one candidate over another -- so
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the huge amount of campainging that each candidate will do -- answering as many questions from as many voters as possible. possible.that personal experience is really important to the candidates as well becuase it gives them an idea both how voters think about a variety of issue but it also proves their political skills. both parties say it mes the candidates betttt for the later r ates -- and identifies the ones who don't perform as well.the process also changes the iowans who take part in it. you're standing up in front of people that yoyod knknn your entire life saying why you're up in front of this person knowing you're going to make a few people mad. once people have done it once, there are a lot of people who are hooked. hooked.there's a little check box you can do if you're interested in running for office. we get a lot of candidate becuase they'll check - well i'm thinking of
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a congressman leonard boswell, that's how he started his career, because he checked a box at a caucus and he ended up becoming one of our congressmen.after it's all over -- guire says parties win eltions by also p ping attention to the discussions and decisions made about platform issues -- and identifying issues that need attention over the next four years. if you couldldt watch the full hour long broadcast on tv -- or the extra web-only half hour at the end online -- you can relive all the action on our brand new website -- cbs s iowawaot com. a new c-n-n/ o-r-c poll from iowa shows vermont senator bernie sanders with an eight-point lead over hillary clinton.on the g-o-p side -- the poll says donalaltrump p the favorite right now.he's receiving 37-percent support compared to ted cruz's 26. with 11-days to go before the iowa caucuses -- there are several polls trying to make sense of the race here in iowa
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for instance among the democrats, some might show hillary clinton leading, others show bernie sanders out front. frononbut now here's'sa composite look of all the polls.these numbers are from real clear politics, and they've complied the most recent data from 8 polls considered to be the most considered to be the most accurate.and it shows a very close race, with clinton ahead by just over 3 percentage points things are equally close the republican side...the real clear politics poll average shows donald trump leading in iowa, but by just two-point- six percent.texas senator ted cruz has seen his support steadily rise in iowa after receiving a number of key endorsements.florida senator marco rubio was the only other republican candidate to poll in double digits here in iowa. on the campaign trail -- as candidides like hillary clinton have just a little over one week to make a final push. push. "what's wrong with being, what's wrong with being,
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confident."that's pop star demi lovato who campaigned with hillary clinton last night.the two made a stop at the i-m-u on the univerty of iowa campus.clinton's bringing a lot of star power in the final days of the caucus campaign.and taking a page from some of their songs too. "make sure we don't go back, we go forward with confidence, thanks you demi!" demi!"on sunday -- jamie lee curtis will campaign for clinton in central iowa.and next week -- billie jean king will rally for clinton in iowa cici. ted cruz is bringing out some conservative star power this weekend in iowa too.saturday he'll make a stop in waterloo with glenn beck.the two will hold a rally at the five sullivan brothers convention center.doors open saturday night at six. carly fiorina is making headlines in iowa.a parent in des moines claims she pressured a group of preschoolers on field trip into attttding an antnt abortion event. happened at the
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garden on wednesday.the parent says fiorina used the children as props at the event. fiorina's mpaign says the e kids and their teachers decided to follow her.the daycare sent an email to parents saying the presidential candidate invited them to come along -- but had no idea what the press conference was abouou new this morning, north korea is claiming it has arrested an american student. pyongyang's central news agency says they've arrested a student from a university in virginia.the report says he entered the country as a tourist, and is accused of plotting to undermine the north's system.the u-s state department could not confirm the report. an american prisoner who spent more than 4 years in an iranian prison, is now back home. home.amir heckmati was one of five americans released by iran last weekend.heckmati arrived in michigan last night. his family says he was planning to visit his grandmother when he was taken into iranian court ntenced him to death on
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case was later retried, and he was given a 10-year prison sentence on a lesser charge. cbs 2 news continues to track the latest developments in the war on terror. terror.belgium says its arrestedtwo more men suspected of links to the ris attacks.since the november attacks -- federal prosecutors in belgium have taken 10 people into custody for maybe being involved. right now -- al-shabab is claiming responsibility for an attack in least three people were killed when a car bomb went off near a popular beach-front restaurant. the explosion was llowed by gunmen opening fire on a nearby beach.the somali prime minster vowed to bring the attackers to justic -- calling the attack "barbaric". new visa rules are now in effect aimed at keeping terrorists out of the u-s. u-s.congress passed the provision in december after the november terror attacks in tightened the waiver program that allowed residents of 38 countriek ttravel to the u-s without a,
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with iran, iraq, sudan or syria cannot enter the u-s without applying for a travel visa.that also applies to european, japanese and australian travelers who have visited ose countries since 20-11. security will no doubt be tight at super bowl 50.the big game is just weeks away, and the host city is already preparing.roads have een ocked off so workers can build"super bowl city".right now they're working on a stage where several musicians will play, as well as projectors that wl broadcast images and video four teams are still vying for a coveted d spot in supererbowl 50, which you can watch right here on cbs 2. 2.on sunday afternoon -- tom brady and peyton manning will et in what could be the last playoff games between the two hall of ame quarterbabas.the patriots and the broncos kickoff at 2 right here on cbs 2. 2.and in the late game, the cardinals and the panthers are both on a quest to win their first ever lombardrdtrophy. watch this on our sister
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it's and right now in it's degrees. degrees.after the break...the corridor staple that's back open for business this morning after a short break. break. the pers who lives here... has to solve problems as big as the world...
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that's the job. everyday. and now, the first lady who helped get healthcare for eight million kids... the senator who helped a city rise again... the secretary of state who stood up for america, and stared down hostile leaders around the world... is the one candidate for president who has everything it takes to do every part of the job... she'll never let anyone privatize social security and medicare... or shut down planned parenthood... she'll take on the gun lobby... finally get equal pay for women... and stop the republicans from ripping all our progress away. so on february first, stand up for hillary. because if you want a president who knows how to keep america safe... and build stronger economy.... hillary's the choice... i'm listening to you, i'm fighting for you, and with your support, i'm going to deliver.
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main weathth- your planner shows what's ahead for the next hoursa&- now a live look outside courtesy of our weatherfirst skycama&- a bit of fog in the area this morninga&-temperatures around the areaa&- taking a look at regional temperatures we see highs are mild all around iowa - the regional satellite/radar is keeping conditions quiet - let's move ahead in time by taking a look atathe midwest surface mapa&- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we see mainly quiet conditions - today's forecast features clear skies & cooler temperatures- tonight's forecast has us looking for mainly clear & chilly conditions- the next three days show more dry and cool weather- our 7 day forecast does bring more cool weather
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online shopping continues to grow in n pularity. now retailers are looking for ways to use technology to improve the in store shopping experience. experience.jill wagner takes a look. look. natsot (pepper) "hello, i'm
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(jill) "nice to meet you" pepper... could be coming to a store near you. nat "how can i help you"the robot can tell you where an item is located inside a store. even suggest a jacket or dress that might look good. natsot "this style is complementing to all body shapes."and pepper was just one of the new technologies displayed at the national retail federation expo in new york.(natsot)"this allows you before you make your choice to really see the differences."michelle tinsley is with intel--- she says the company issing technology to give shoppers all the information they'd finin onlinene. while in the physical store. (intel video) like this interactive food display. motion sensors detect when you're reaching for an item... and then show you what's in it and its carbon footprint. sot michelle tinsley/intel "consumers want to be more aware, where is my food coming from." technology is even changing ... the way we buy shoes! stand up: jill gner/cbs news/new york forget this century old device. nordstrom and ininl arartesting this digital foot scanner. that gives you a 3 d reading of your foot size,
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rooms are also getting a makeover. levi's stores will soon allow you to ask for a different style jean or size... with the touch of a button. sot "making sure customers are getting what they want, when they need it." it's technology designed to make in-store shopping a lot easier... and maybe even more fun. natsot "hi five" jill wagner, cbs news, new york. you can expect to see many of these new technologies in stores here in the u-s by the end of the year.
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it's now on this morning. morning.and if you're in it's degrees. degrees.just ahead...the record hawkeye basketball is setting that's stood for
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`fb you know the basic bargain of america is if you work hard, and you do your part, you should be able to get ahead and stay ahead. but so many families don't feel like their hard work pays off. that's not the way america is supposed to operate. i want to go to bat for them every single day. get incomes rising... get equal pay for women... cut the cost of health care and child care so p pple can actuallylyet ahead. hillary clinton, she has what it takes to get things done. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. as president, i will defend this nation, but i will do it responsibly. i voted against the war in iraq, and that was the right vote.
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isis must be destroyed, but we should not do it alone. we need an international coalition with muslim boots on the ground fighting with our support. it's time to end the quagmire of perpetual warfare in the middle east. as president, i will. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your_______ your_______ here's a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories -- on this morning...
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cedar rapids and iowa city plans to cut about q0-percent of its [orkforce.british-based arson announced it's cutting four-thousandndpositions as part of a massive restructuring plan.the company isn't saying whether any positions are being eliminated in iowa. in iowa city -- john's grocery is open again -- better than ever.the newly refurbished store held a ribbon cutting to celebrate it's grand re- opening yesterdaythe store's revamp marks the first time the store has been touched up in its six-decade hisisry. the last time rutgers took the court -- they lost by 50 -- they've dropped 20 straight big 10 games -- while iowa has won 11 consecutive going back to last season -- so this one could get out of hand quickand peter jok got things going right away for the hawksfirst with his defense -- jok with the steal -- and he comepletes the dine and dash with the two handed slamthen not even a minute later -- jok spots up for threre-- can't
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scored iowa's first 8 points of the gameand was no where near done -- later in the half -- it's jok again --- and another three ball -- he finished with a career high 29 points -- hawks led by 8 at the break..second half -- more of the same -- anthony clclmons spots up in the cornrn for three of his 20 points and jarrod uthoff was doing jarrod uthoff things as well -- another triple for the hawks -- they made 11 of them uthoff finished with 20 -- iowa wins easy -- and are 6 and oh in the big 10 for the first time in 29 just his second year as the head girls basketball coach at regina -- matt bolger has the regals shooting toward another trip to state -- so far this season they're undefeated and ranked 2nd in 2-a -- but success means nothing to him without hard work. matt bolger -- our ed thomas coach of the week.matt bolger has
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"in the two years he's s been here he's improved our skills tremendously." but mostly loud noises -- -- "honestly off the court i'm really laid back really quite..... -- "very loud.. he's always yelling."and always coaching "i don't sleep a lot.." lot.." "he's very t tgh on you, but he does i ibecause he cares."more ababt his regals -- than an outcome of a game game "he's really made us take on challenges and lets us see usually further than we see so it might be hard in the moment, but we know that if we perserveir ultimatley you get what you're working for." another swish -- on life's court "never settle... you know... jjt never settling for second best or less than what you can achieve..." big dual in the m-v-c -- kane thompson's 6th ranked p-hawks taking on the lions of linn-mar at 182 -- prairie's preston la- grange wins with 3rd period pin -- giving the p-hawks a 9
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would answer -- isaiah garman with the huge take down with seconds left in the third t win with a 4 to 2 decisionbut prairie wouldn't be nied -- another win and another pin for the p-hawks -- ted zangerle wins by fall at 106 and prairie wins the dual 45 to 22. thanks. talk about fast food... food...a cow was headed to a slaughter house and bolted from the meat market truck! nobody could catch him! him!police were finally called in and were ablblto wrangle him.cnn s ss a lot of times animal escapees are pardoned and end up in greener pastures...but sadly, this little cow is going to be a burger. today in america, the top 1/10 of 1% owns almost as much wealth as the bottom 90% this great country and our government belong to all of us. wall strtrt, corporate americaca wealthy campaign donors have so much influence
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when millions of people begin to stand up and say loudly and clearly, "enough is enough."
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thanks. talk about fast food... food...a cow was headed to a slaughter house and bolted from the meat market truck! nobody could catch him! him!police were finally called in and were able to wrangle him.cnn says a lot of times animal escapees are pardoned and end up in greener pastures...but sadly, this little cow is going to be a
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good morning again -- it's now right now it's degrees in coming up next...the new details about the case for a fired d-c-i agent who says he didn't deserve to ge fired.'re watating c-b-s this morning -- covering the
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today in america, the top 1/10 of 1% owns almost as much wealth as the bottom 90% this great country and our government belong to all of us. wall street, corporate america, wealthy campaign donors have so much influence that the only way they are defeated is en millions of people begin to stand u u and say loudly and clearly, "enough is enough." i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. the world a president has to grapple with, sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job.
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a tireless secretary of state, anding 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. right now on cbs 2 this morning...we're tracking the latest parts of the country supposed to get huge amounts of ow in the next few hours. the new details about when a violent action thriller suddenly came to life for people in one movie theater. the latest information aboutthe group holding federal land in oregon and what it
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welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin barry. barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio. let's get a check of our cbs 2
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right now -- five states on the eastern part of the country and washington, d-c are under a state of emergency
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storm.the storm stretches from parts of east texas to new york city..the nationml weather service says it has the potential to use up to a billion dollars in damage.the federal government is closing up shop in the nation's capitol, as are most schools. experts believe they could dump about two feet of snow in some parts of t t mid- atlantic, and say el nino o partially to blame for fueling the storm. the storm has lead airlines to start canceling flights.line flight tracker flight-aware dot-com says more thananour- thousand fridayaynd saturday trips have already been scrapped.american airlines said it was canceling all flights today in charlotte and tomorrow in washington and baltimore.united airlines said it would suspend flights in the region starting this afternoon. luckily, we didnt see that storm pass through here in the midwest. justin has been telling us, we're getting some reliefrom the bitter cold temps we've be seeing the past feweweeks. but as cbs 2 new reporter stephanie johnson explains, that doesn't mean winter is over just yet. yet.that's right guys, it might feel just little bit
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still ice ononhe grgrnd and that's because it's still below freezing. freezing.and since there is snow and ice still out on the ground, it can be very dangerous.especially for people who work outside on their feet corridor mail carrier tells cbs 2 news he's slipped on the ice while delivering mail, but he appreciates homeowners clearing a path to their mailbox.the city of cedar rapids has se out more then 200 letters in the last month because of complaints that some sidewalks are not* c car. "residents are responsible for clearing the sidewalks, it's nothe city's responsibility.""...when it gets real cold like it had been the salt doesn't do whole lot because of the temperatare, throw some sand down--anything you can do to help, we appreciate it." it."homeowners have 48 hours after a snowstorm to clear the snow and ice or else they could be fined 160 dollars. could be fined 160 dollars.
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responsible if someone falls because of icy conditions in front of their home. home.coveng the corridor in cedar rapids ... stephanie johnson, cbs 2 news. thanks stephanienew details this morning.. morning..the u-s military has found human remains at the site of a f-16 fighter jet crash in northwest arizona. arizona.a student pilot from taiwan was flying the jet, and had been part of a training program at an air force base the past six months.the base a major pilot-training center for the u-s air force and foreign militaries.the pilot was papa of the taiwanese air force. this morning the marine corps is now saying the 12 marines who were in two helicopters that crashed off the hawaii coast, are considered dead.the search for the missing marines started a little over a week ago, when a civilian reported seeing a fireball in the sky. the marines were from various states, and ranged in age from 21-to 41. new this morning, morning,a woman in washington state was shot in a movie theater.witness say it
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the new film, "13 hours: the secret soldiers of benghazi." police sayayhe shooter lalar turned himself in, telling them he had dropped his gun, and that the shooting was accidental.the woman was rushed to the hospital -- and has en upgraded from critical to stable condition. a former police officer in oklahoma has been in oklahoma has been sentenced to 263 years in prison. prison.daniel holtz-claw was convicted of raping ans seseally raping ansnssexually victimizing women in low- income neighborhood's in oklahoma city.prosecutors say he targeted black women whe onpatrol.defee attorneys say he will appeal the decisionon also in oklahoma, the f-b-i is now investigating a bank robbery that ended with the bank's president shot and robbery suspect is later died in a shoot-out with police.authorities say it all started when a gunman dressed as a woman went into a bank, and shot the bank's president and a teller.a second person with the suspect was also shot anantaken to e's unclear if that person was an
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this weekend, an ohio officer gunned down on duty will be laid to rest.funeral services have been set f f officer thomas cottrell.his body was found late sunday near the police station in danville, ohio.the suspect, herschel jones the third, had told his rlfriend he was looking to kill an officer. he's now in custody and expected to face murder charges.cottrell's funeral will call for a color guard, bag-pipes and a large police escort. cbs 2 is tracking the latest detaililon a atandoff in oregon. oregon.ammon bundy -- the leader of the armed group occupying a national wildlife refuge -- has begun speaming with federal authorities. authorities.bundy said he agreed to speak with an f-b-i negotiator today too.the group has been occupying the land since january second.bundy said thursday his group isot going to escalate the situation.oregon governor kate brown is angry that authorities have not yet taken action against the group. new developments in the case of a former special agent in iowa, who
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revenge.the iowa supreme court started hearing arguments for larry hedlund's wrongful termination lawsuit. lawsuit.hedlund was allegedly fired when he complained that a trooper driving governor brananad was caught t speeding in 20-13 and never ticketed. the truck was clocked going nearly 90-miles-per hour on highway 20.the iowa department of public safety denies the retaliation, saying hedlund was fired because he was insubordinate. a former waterloo man is now in jail jailafter he's in kansasacity, kansas in november and booked into the black hawk county jail yesterday. may 20-14, culpepper and four other suspects broke into the burton avenue baptist church.this is video cbs 2 news shot after the break in.thieves stole electronics and emptied seven fire extinguishers inside the building. building.taylyl gray was also identified in the church's surveillance video.police are
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when it comes to fashion in america, people look to the coasts, but local fashionistas are bringing the glitz and the glamour to the midwest. midwest.the flyover fashion festival will take place in iowa city during the first weekend in may.organizers want to buck the ththry that fashion creativity doesn't happen in the so-called "fly over states."they also say more local entrepreneurs and designers have become interested. betsy potter, iowa city downtown district director of operations15:17:54 there's so many boutiques that already are doing new and expanding trends in the fashion industry and then we have a lot of great designers that are working here too, so it makes sense to have a fashionon festival here herestore owners downtown say they travel across the country and around the world to buy clothes for their stores.. it's and right now in it's degrees. degrees.coming up...the one shocking item many americans are flying with incorrcerly.
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most of us complain when we have to head out to we have to complain when we have to head out to shovel after a fresh snowfall. snowfall.but one nebraska veteran gladly heads out in the cold to clear the snow. snow.cold to clear the snow. snow.brianmastre has his story. as the snow fell tuesday, most of what we heard were complaints about omaha's snow removal abilities. justin anderson often witnesses a completely different attitude when it snows."i don't want kids or parents having to go through the snow and possibly
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anderson. "i had a half-dozen people stop to take a picture because they hadn't seen a chair like this before."last year, the iraq war veteran took his off-road wheelchair and put a snow blade on it. "the chair has on-the-fly tilt so i can adjususthe heheht of the blade as i push snow," he tells wowt 6 news.every snowfall, anderson does his part and more."the community has supported me immensely with my struggles and tough times as i had a leg amputated and my fight with brain cancer. this is my way of giving back," said anderson. justin anderson's make-shift snow plow isn't
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but more about his duty."it's very gratifying. it's nice to know you're appreciated.d.ut even if i didn't get any response from anyone - or nobody said thank you - i'd still do it," said anderson.the "independence fund" donated the chair to justin so that he couldldet around easier. he tells wowt 6 news he's planning some more winter modifications to the snow plow. it's and you're watching cbs 2 th morning... morning...and if you're in it's degrees. degrees.up ahehe...the call from one corridor non-profit
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welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your_______ your_______ britax is now recalling 7171 thousand baby car seats because of faulty handles. handles.the models involved
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"b-safe 35 elite," which have handles that can crack or break.customers with these models should stop carrying the seat by handle until it can be fixed with a free repair kit.britax says it's still safe to use the car seats when secured d a vehicle or on a stroller. t-s-a agents have their hands full at america's airports. more than 26-hundred guns were found in carry-on luggage last year. year.more than 82 percent of those weapons were loaded.the guns were found at more than 230 u-s airports during security's illegal to pack firearms, firearm parts and munition in carry-on bags.but weapons are allowed on checked bags as long as they are unloaded and passengers unloaded and passengers inform the airline. general motors is now getting into the ride sharing market. market.america's largest automaker is creating its own ride-sharing business called "maven."g-m will first test "maven" in ann arbor, michigan with launches in major u.s.
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year.the compmpy also plans to open rental hubs where drivers can rent g-m vehicles. for the big spenders out there -- you can now buy a new luxury apple watch. teteed up witit frfrch designer hermes on the new wearable tech. it comes in three different leather band designs. the watches go on sale today and only start at 11 hundred dollars. big news for sriracha fans! fans!it now comes in single- serving packets.sriracha has gained a foodie cult following since it was first introduced in the u-s in 19-80.huy fong foods started teasing their fans about the new to-go packets on facebook earlier this week. lays potato chips has a new contest called "flavor swap." swap."they want their chip fans to vote and swap out somom
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new.starting february 8 through march 21 consumers can vote on their favorite flavor in four "swap" categories: heat, cheese, barbecue and spice.each features a classic flavor and a brand new one.all the flavors will be in store for us to try first.they're doing a daily one thousand dollar prize give away and 250 thousand dollars to one lucmy fan. it's right now it's right now it's degrees in
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informrmion about the investigation in belgium to track down terrorists.
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told you earlier this week, that some health experts believe antibiotics are being over-prescribed. researchers at duke have developed a blood test that can tell if a patient's illness is viral, or bacterial, which could lead to a cut down on antibiotic use. danielle nottingham has more. more. (package script) scientists at this lab at duke health have come up with a blood test that can diinguish whether a respiratory infection is bacterial or viral. (sot dr. ephraim tsalik/lead author, asst. professor of medicine at duke)bacterial infections are ones that are treated with typically antibiics whereas viral infections,like the common cold are typypally we just treat it supportively with bed rest, fluids, tylenol. (track 2)(*spelled ephraim, pronounced efram)dr. efram* tsalik and his team developed
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- patterns that show which genes are turned on and off when a person is fighting a particular infection.(bridge danielle nottingham/cbs news, los angeles) by distinguishing between viral and bacterial infections, doctors hope to cut down on the ovevese of antibiotics which has led to the rise of antibiotic- resistant superbugs. (sot dr. ephraim tsalik/lead author, asst. professor of medicine at duke)the more antibiotics someone takes especially when they don't need them expose them to other effefes on their overall health and also puts them at higher risk of developing resistance to infections later on. (track 4) so far the test is 87 percent accurate .. but the results tata about 10 hours. duke is trying to create a one-hour version that clinics can use in the next couple of years. danielle nottingham, cbs news, los angeles. researchers say they also expect their test to be useful in identifying viruses, like the one that causes the common cold. cold.that comes as aedications for those viruses are closer to hittttg the market, which
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if you're just getting up, good morning -- it's now right now it's degrees in coming up next...coming up next...we're tracking some of the big names coming through iowa this weekend for presidential candidates.'re @watching c-b-s 2 this morning --
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right now on cbs 2 this morning...the new ideas voters
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