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right now on cbs 2 this morning...the new efforts happening as we speak to clean up from one of the worst snow storms in recent history along the eastern seaboard. the latest information about the wa kids stuck in thaha storm -- and their journey back from a school trip. we're tracking reaction this morning after another new york billionare says he might shake up the 2016 race for the white house. 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 weather first forecast. first weather- your planner shows what's ahead a&- part of the area is under a winter weather advisory until 6am tomorrowa&- now a live look outside courtesy of our weatherfirst skycama& -temperatures around the area are frigid todaya&- the current winds around our viewing area are gustya&- our planner features cloudy skies
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clean up efforts are in full force on the east coast, this is a live look at washington, d,c.. you can see streets are clear here.. here..the devastating snow-storm brought several inches of snow in several states.at least 30 people have died as a result. result.snow shoveling and carbon monoxide poisioning claimed almost as many lives as car crashes this weekend. many people across that region will be facing an extended weekend, as schools and government offices are closing today to try to keep as many people off the roads as possible, that includes the federal government.in the nation's biggest city, mayor
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roads. but it wasn't just snow that caused problems.in new jersey -- hundreds of people were evacuated after flooding in towns close to the shoreline. several cars were caught in the dangerously high waters and about 3-thousand people lost power.so far -- no one e has died from theheflood waters. one of the more tragic stories coming out from the east coast, also brings an important reminder for drivers this winter. winter.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson join us now for more on this, stephanie? stephanie?guys, a new jersey
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were waiting in the running car outside, unknowingly breathing in carbon monoxide. monoxide.this all happened cause snow was ststk in the tail-pipe, forcing the exhaust to blow inside the vehicle.the mother and one of her children were killed from carbon monoxide poisioning. authorities say when there is a major snow-fall, you should shovel the snow away from the back of your car near the exhaust pipe first before you put the key in the ignition. cbs 2 news spoke with officials from alliant energy, who had similar advice, if you evererarm up yoyocar in or near your garage on a cold winter morning. the symptoms are a lot like the flu except you don't get the headache. so co poisoning is a big issue that we see especially on the coldest days... or somebody's car who's trying to heat it. either in the garage or just outside of the garage. so maybe the tailpipe is sticking out of the garage but in reality all of those fumes are going right back in police in new jersey said it only took about fifteen minutes for the gas to kill
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second child who wawaalal in the car at the time, was rushed to the hospital and was last listed in critical condition.stephanie johnson, cbs 2 news. thanks stephanie,a group of *iowa kids strandededn the orm are now home.students from dowling catholic in des moines got stuck on their way home from a school trip to washington d-c. the group was stuck in a traffic jam on the pennsylvania turnpike, where they spent nearly 24 hours just sitting still.late last night, dowling catholic high school posted on their facebook page that the group made it home, safe and sound. cbs 2 news has the latest tails on a deadly y ash that tied up traffic for hours sunday on interstate 80. 80.this is video from d-o-t cameras in the east bound lanes near coral ridge mall. the iowa state patrol says three vehicles were involved, and d e 54-year-old person driving an s-u-v from swisher was killed in the crash. authorities say twenty- year-old kaitlyn richards of coralville rear ended ttt s-u-v, which then hit the back of a semi.so far the person from swisher has not* been
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we are now one week away from the iowa caucuses, caucuses,and candidates spent sunday responding to the possibility of a new candidatat entering the race.former new york city mayor michael bloomberg may be considering a possible run as an independent. independent.multiple news outlets are reporting the 73-year old instructed advisers to draw up plans for a *potential campaign.they say, he's expected to make a decision sometime in march.and at least one candidate has something to say about a a *s*sond llionaire joining the race. " it will tell people what i have been saying for a long time is that this country is moving away from democracy to oligarchy. billionaires are the people that are controlling our political life. that is what, what is not what in my view american democracy is supposed to be about a contest between billionaires. if that takes place, i'm confident we will win it." it."so far, bloomberg has not commented publicly about any of it.many republicans are shrugging him off, sayin they'll wait to see if he actually joins the race.
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-- including actress jamie lee curtis -- take to the campaign trail this weekend in iowa, in the corridor -- she had another politician stumping with her.new jersey senator cory booker was in marion telling voters hehe backing clinton not only for her personal achievements -- but for how he says she'll be able to unite americans. "rugged individiualism is an honored tradition in our country, we value it, it's why many of us are here today but we also know that rugged individualism did not get us to moon" moon"some political analysts are saying senator booker is on the short list for v-p -- if clinton wins the democratic nomination. tonight -- clinton will join her two democratic rivals -- bernie sanders and martin o'malley at a town hall forum hosted by the iowa democratic party and drake university. that's from 8 to 10 in des moines and it will be moderated by c-n-n anchor chris cuomo.this is the last time the democratic candidates will be on the same stage before the caucuses next week. week.the republican candidates will have one last debate
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debate is also set for des moines, on thursday. florida senator marco rubio is spenidng more time in the hawkeye state today after picking up a big endorsement this weekend from the des moines register. register.the paper says he is the party's best hope at taking the white house.rubio will be in des moines today for a rally with iowa senator joni ernst.this is video from sunday of rubio campaigning at the long-branch in cedar rapids.rubio told voters electing hillary clinton would take america to the brink of disaster. "if the next four years are like the last 7, i am not sure if we will have time to fix the problems and the damage barack obama has created for america. and that's why i'm so passioiote about this election. many polls right now have senator rubio in third place -- well behind billionaire donald trump and ted cruz. and be sure to tune in to a iowa in focus this week for a one-on-one with a rising star in politics.we'll also track last minute messages from the campaign trail.you can watch
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thirty, right here on cbs 2. it's and right now in it's degrees. degrees.after the break...the part of the hall of fame in canton, ohio that's relocating to calififnia for the n-f-l's biggest game -- right here on cbs 2.
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main weather- your planner shows what's ahead for the area is under a winter weather advisory until 6am tomorrowa& - now a live look outside skycama&- temperatures around the areaa&- taking a look at regional temperatures we s s around iowaa&- the regional satellite/radar is mainly cloudy todaya&- let's move at the midwest surface mapa&- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we light snow is expected this evening with a trace-2" expecteda&- today's forecast bring us cloudy skies with a rain/snow mixa&- tonight's forecast has us dealing with
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blustery conditions with cloudy skies- the next three days show cold & windy weather - our 7 day forecast has a warming temps by the end of
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the football world is moving west, heading to the san francisco area. area.that includes part of the pro football hall of fame, which is setting up a temporary museum in nearby santa clara. clara.devin fehely shows us part of the exhibit. exhibit. natsfor football fans... "football fan dee nieman: i'm a football fanatic. all the way with the 49ers."nats ...its biggest games......and greatest players... are on display as part of a unique, interactive exhibit at santa clara's triton museum.triton museum executive director jill meyers: we have hundreds of artifacts from the pro football hall of fame inin canton, ohio. so, we go from the early years of football to the modern era. we even ve a few jerseys from current players."natsthe "gridiron glory" exhibit helps kick off the cecebration of this year's super bowl... natsit
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videos from some of the most memorable moments in super bowl history... as well as hands-on exhibits... that let you wear a player's shoulder pads... kick a field goal... or try your hand at throwing a touchdown pass.football fan channel rodgers: it's kind of a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity because they super bowl's held in a different city every year. and this is a real opportunity to explain to our children about the history of the game and why we love it so much."on the 50th anniversary of the super bowl... gridiron glory highlights the game's past... while its present will be on display at levis adium. "football fan dee nieman: i love being around other football fans -- true fans who stand behind their team win or lose. and i just think it's fun camaraderie."for other fans... the exhibit was an opportunity to soak in the excitement of the upcoming super bowl... even after fairly dismal seasons for the raiders and 49ers.football fan able rueda: i'm very excited. i'd be a bit more excited if my team made it. but it's
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the super bowl is on february 7-th at 5:30 on cbs 2. 2. it's now on this morning. morning.and if you're in it's degrees. degrees.still to come...the developing story about the united state's plan to remove bombs dropped during thth vietnam war.
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george: my family's lived on this farm for three generations. the bakken pipeline would pump dirty crude oil across iowa. patti: e fact that bernie sanders stands up against the pipeline is one of the reasons we support him. george: bernie sders didn't hesitate to say no to the big oil companies. patti: bernie knows that if we don't act, we threaten the climate and the health of our children. bernie sanders understands that. patti: bernie sanders has the guts to just stand up for what he believes in.
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doctors in pittsburgh are performing new, cutting-edge surgery using a new kind of robot. robot.it was intially approved in europe and now in the u-s. doctor maria smith explains why experts say it's changing recovery time for patients. patients. (track)surgeons at the
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to use a f fxible robot to perform head and neck surgery. (sot dr. umamaheswar duvvuri/upmc) the concept of flexible robotics is going to be the next revolution , in surgical advancements, surgical science (track)krista kauffman was one of the first patients to be operated on with the flexible robot. she had a growth on the back of her tongue. without this new tool, she would have had a large incision in her neck, reconstruction and a longer recovery.(bridge) more rigid robots have been better suited to work on joints or in the abdomen and chest, where there head and neck, the structures are smaller, curvier, and flexibility is a distinct advantage.(sot dr. umamaheswar duvvuri/upmc) "tumors of the back of the tongue, of the tonsil, even of the larynx or voice box region, can be addressed with this flexible systemnats how is your swallowing.. good (track) krista is glad surgeons were able to remove her growth with this new less invasive technique. (sot patient) "i going to be a crater in the back of my throat for a littlele whilil it's going to fill l , and everything's going to be pretty normal. researchers say
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in the works that can be used for other surgeries.dr. maria simbra, cbs news, pittsburgh, pa. the university of pittsburgh medical center worked with carnegie mellon to develop the flexible robot. it's right now it's degrees in just ahead...the latest reactions in europe after isis releases a gruesome and terrifying propaganda video.
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final weather- your planner shows what's ahead for the next hoursa&-temperatures satellite/radar shows mainly cloudy conditions for the day aheada&- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we light snow this
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bring us cloudy skies with a rain/snow mixa&- our 7 day forecast has a warming temps by the end of the week & one direction member, louis tomlinson is now a dad!
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welcomed their new baby this weekend.he briefly dated her last may, but has since been in other rumored relationships. it's not been confirmed yet, but the several reports say they named their baby sydney rain. rain.former one direction member, zayn malik...the one who left the group before their latest album, is dropping his first solo album! he announced the news on twitter.his first single will drop this friday!his full album, called pillow talk will be here this spring. it's right now it's degrees in coming up next...the corridor legislslor lookokg for answers while medicaid privitizations
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right now on cbs 2 this morning...new gruesome video out this morning featuring the paris terror attacks. the latest information about the flint water crisis -- and the ominous email from the michigan attorney general. the corridor legislator who's digging for the most up to date information about iowa's medicaid privitization plans. 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 weather first forecast. first weather- your planner shows what's ahead a&- part of the area is under a winter weather advisory untililam
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weatherfirst skycama& -temperatures around the area are frigid todaya&- the current winds around our viewing area are gustya&- our planner features cloudy skies this afternoona&
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an update this morning on the war on terror. terror.is-is has now released a new video they say how extremists carrrrd out the november 13-th attacks in paris that killed 130 people. people.in the video -- they behead and shoot captives and hint at future attacks on britian.all nine men in the video didi during or shortly after the attacks in paris. just hours after that video came out -- french president francois hollande is now asking to keep france in a state of emergency.hololnde id he will not allow threats to weaken his country's resolve against terrorism.the french president imposed the state of emergency after the november attacks -- allowing border checks -- warrantless searches and house arrests
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meanwhile, u-n led peace talks that were supposed to begin today in switzerland, will now almost certainly be delayed. delayed.u-s secretary of state john kerer said he expects the talks to start within the next 72 hours.the goal of the peace talks would be a cease-fire in syria.foreign ministers from russia -- saudi arabia -- france and turkey will all be there -- along with a u un special envoy for syria.kerry said he'd rather the talks be delayed and start off on the right foot -- than fail from the beginning. a developing story overnight, overnight,president obama is expected to announce a major initiative to clear unexploded u-s bombs -- leftover from the vietnam war.the bombs are supposed to be in laos -- which is a communitst nation right next to etnam.the country was targeted by u-s aircraft during the war -- but about 30 percent of the bombs did not explode on impact. president obama will reportedly make his initiative official during his landmark trip to laos this fall.he's been working to improve u-s relations with southeast asia
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cbs 2 news has the latest details now on a strong earth-quake thatattruck south central alaska, causing gas leaks, house fires and power outages. outages.the quake hit early sunday morning, about 160 miles south-west of anchorage. the u-s geological survey said the quake had a magnitude of seven-point-one.police in anchorage and kenai report no injuries or major damage.two dozen homes had to be evacuated, ananone exploded from a gas leak. new this morning.. morning..an american airlines jet was forced to make an emergency landing in canada after severe turbulence.seven people are now recovering from injuries.ambulances and paramedics were waiting on the tarmac with stretchers when the plane landed.the flight was headed from miami to milan, italy with 192 passengers and 11 crew members on board.three flight attendants and four passengers were hospitalized. a follow up to the water crisis in flint, michigan.. michigan..the state's attorney general is expected to give an update into his investigation at a press conference this morning.
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he would investigate if any laws were violated in the process that left the town's drinking water contaiminated with lead.the statement released last night did not give any details about what the press conference would cover.so far -- 69 campaigns on go-fund-me-dot-com have raised nearly 250-thousand dollars related to the crisis. at the state capitol today, today,the senate human resources committee will hear an update on the medicaid privatization process. process.that's at the request of senator liz mathth.ththiowa medicaid director will be giving lawmakers that update. the state's medicaid program was originally going to be privatized on the first of the year, but federal officials pushed it back until march first, sayayg it was not ready. the main issue to be explored today will be if the branstad administration's progress on the improvements will be done before that march first date. be sure to check our website, cbs-2-iowa-dot-com for the latest on this story. also in des moines now -- broadband companies are saying
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2015 broadband expansion law isn't in effect -- and it's stopping progress in the state. the law providedea 10 year tax exemption for service providres who build new infrastructre in limited areas. but -- they say the iowa department of revenue hasn't written rules about how to apply for the exemption.the deadline for that application is next monday. a tax scam is hitting iowa hard this year - and the iowa attorney general is warning all of us about it. it starts with a phone call. a caller pretenen to be with the i-r-s, and says an officer is coming to your house to arrest you because you owe money. the problem is, the i-r-s doesn't make phone calls - they send out letters. if you aren't sure if you owe money, or if you think there could be a problem with your taxes, call a tax professional - or call the i-r-s yourself. you know, irs makes mistakes, tax preparers make mistakes, but it's gooto build a team around you to make sure that what's b bng questioned is in n your best interest. the attorney general calls
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longest running and most pervasive scam his office has ever encountered" and it has cost iowans 6-million dollars in the past year alone. the stage is set for the biggest sporting event in the country.this morning -- we now know who will square off in super bowl 50 -- right here on cbs 2. 2.peyton manning and his denver broncos will represent the a-f-c -- after their nail- bitting finish sunday.the broncos jumped out to an early lead -- on two touchdown passes from manning.the patriots were down 8 in the fourth quarter when they scored with just 12 seconds left -- but missed a two-point conversion that would've tied it up and sent the game into overtimemethat sealed it for the broncos. on the n-f-c side -- the carolina panthers dominated the arizona cardinals in charlotte.cam newton had a field day -- throwing two touchdowns and rushing for two more.the panthers took a 24-to-7 lead into halftime and never looked back -- winning 49-to 15.this is the second super bowl appearance for the panthers -- their first since 2004. the super bowl is in santa
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the san francisco 49-ers.it's on february 7-th at 5-thirty right here on cbs 2. 2.and we want to know who you're rooting for -- you can head to our facebook page righghnow and share who you want to win the big game and why! rabgrai riders get ready -- this years route is out -- and the scenic bike ride will head through southern iowa this year. year.a corridor town that's waited more than a decade -- is finally getting its chance to host again. again.the bike ride will start in glenwood on the western edge of the state and end in muscatine in the east... washington -- a town of about seven thousand people -- is one of the stops in between.. residents say they're excited to show off their new and revamped town. "i think washington has a lot to be proud of. in the past 10 years, they've invested over 20 million dollars in their downtown and they've totally embraced the idea that they are the town of tomorrow." tomorrow."ragbrai starts on
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through washington on july 29-th before heading to their final destination of muscatine. now we're taking a look at this year's route.the towns listed on the map are the designated overnight stops. riders will be biking a total of 420 miles! miles! it's and right now in it's degrees. degrees.coming up - the problem new jersey is dealing with after this weekend's blizzard.
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main weather- your planner next hoursa&- part of the area is under a winter weather advisory until 6am tomorrowa& courtesy of our weatherfirst skycama&- temperatures around the areaa&- taking a look at highs are cold today all around iowaa&- the regional satellite/radar is mainly ahead in time by taking a look at the midwest surface mapa&- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we light snow is expected this evening with a trace-2" bring us cloudy skies with a rain/snow mixa&- tonight's forecast has us dealing with - tomorrow will feature blustery conditions with cloudy skies- the next three - our 7 day forecast has a warming temps by the end of
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here's a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories -- on this morning... more than 96-million dollar is
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state's water supply.the money was awarded as part of a one billion dollar competition nationwide.iowa's goal is to reduce flooding and improve water quality in both rural and urban areas of the state. the funds will help improve nine areas across iow republican presidential candidate rick santorum is making a campaign stop in iowa city this morning.santorum will greet breakfast diners, take questions at the hamburg inn.he'll also participate in the coffee bean caucus. notrum will make a special announcecent in just a few hours at 7. good morning, it's on this morning, and if you're in it's degrees.just ahead...we're updating the most important
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george: my family's lived on this farm for three generations. the bakken pipeline would pump dirty crude oil across iowa. patttt the fact that bebeie sanders stands up against the pipeline is one of the reasons we support him. george: bernie sanders didn't hesitate to say no to the big oil companies. patti: bernie knows that if we don't act, we threaten the climate and the health of our children. bernie sanders understands that. patti: bernie sanders has the guts to just stand up for what he believes in.
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welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your_______ your_______ clean up efforts are in full force this morning after a devastating winter storm that crippled the east coast. coast.at least 30 people have died as a result. result.snow shoveling and carbon monoxide poisioning claimed almost as many lives as car crashes this weekend. many people across that region will be facing an extended weekend, as schools and government offices are closing today to try to keep asasany people off the roads as possible, that includes the federal government.in the
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bill de blasio is still urging residents to stay off the roads. and that's because new york was among the hardest hit areas, receiving more than 26 inches of snow.washington d-c saw 22 inches of snow fall.and the small town of glengary, west virginia saw more than 40 inches of snow! one of the more tragic stories coming out from the east coast, also brings an important reminder for drivers this winter. winter.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson join us now for more on this, stephanie? stephanie?guys, a new jersey mother and her young children were waiting in the running car outside, unknowingly breathing in carbon monoxide. monoxide.this all happened because snow was stuck in the tail-pipe, forcing the exhaust to blow inside the vehicle.the mother and one of her children were killed from carbon monoxide poisioning. authorities say when there is a major snow-fall, you should shovel out the back of the car near the exhaust pipe *first before you put the key in the ignition.cbs 2 news talked to officials from alliant energy, who had similar advice, if you
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your garage on a cold winter morning. the symptoms are a lot like the flu except you don't get the headache. so co poisoning is a big issue that we see especially on e coldest days... or somebody's car who's trying to heat it. either in the garage or just outside of the garage. so mae the tailpipe is sticking out of the e rage but in reality all of those fumes are going right back in police in new jersey said it only took about fifteen minutes for the gas to kill the mother and one child.a second child who was also in the e r at the time, was s rushed to the hospital and is listed in critical condition. there's some breaking news this morning on the campaign trail.. trail..former publican presidential candidate rick perry is endorsing ted cruz. this comes just one week from iowa caucuses.cruz already has a big endorsement from iowa representative steve king.but has been under r re from governor terry branstad, who
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for him, saying he's for oil and opposes ethanol." hillary clinton had more stars -- including actress jamie lee curtis -- take to the campaign trail this weekend in iowa, in the corridor -- she had another politician stumping with her.new jersey senator cory booker was in marion telling voters he's backinin clclton not ly for her personal achievements -- but for how he says she'll be able to unite americans. "rugged individiualism is an honored tradition in our country, we value it, it's why many of us are here today but we also know that rugged individualism did not get us to moon" moon"some political analysts are saying senator booker is on the short list for v-p -- if clclton wins the democratic nomination. tonight -- clinton will join her two democratic rivals -- bernie sanders and martin o'malley at a town hall forum hosted by the iowa democratic party and drake university. that's from 8 to 10 in des moines and it will be moderated by c-n-n anchor chris cuomo.this is the last time the democratic candidates will be on the same stage
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week.the republican candidates will have one last debate before the caucuses.that debate is also set for des moines, on thursday. florida senator marco rubio is spenidng more time in the hawkeye state today after picking up a big endorsement moines register. register.the paper says he is the party's best hope at taking the white house.rubio will be in des moines today for r rally with iowa senator joni ernst.this is video from sunday of rubio campaigning at the long-branch in cedar rapids.rubio told voters electing hillary clinton would take america to the brink of disaster. "if the next four years are like the last 7, i am not sure if we will have time to fix the problems and the damage barack obama has created for america. and that's why i'm so passssnate about this election. many polls right now have senator rubio in third place -- well behind billionaire donald trump and ted cruz. and be sure to tune in to a iowa in focus this week for a one-ononne with a rising star
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last minute messages from the campaign trail.you can watch that sunday morning at 10- thirty, right here on cbs 2. it's now on this morning. morning.right now it's degrees in when we come back, we'll take a look at the three stories you'll need to know on this mondaymorning. morning. (phone ringing) you can't deal with something, by ignoring it. but that's how some presidential candidates seem to be dealing with social security. americans work hard, and pay into it. so our next president needs a real plan to keep it strong.
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hey candidates, answer the call already. george: my family's lived on this farm for three generations. the bakken pipeline would pump dirty crude oil across iowa. patti: the fact that bernie sanders stands up against the pipeline is one of the reasons we support him. george: bernie sanders didn't hesitate to say no to the big oil companies. patti: bernie knows that if we don't act, we threaten the climate and the health of our children. bernie sanders understands that. patti: bernie sanders has the guts
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sanders: i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. here's a look at the three stories you need to know to start your week. week.breaking news this morning on n e mpaign trail.l. former republican presidential candidate rick perry is endorsing ted cruz.this comes just one week from iowa caucuses.cruz already has a big endorsement from iowa representative steve king.but has been under fire from governor terry branstad, who has told iowans *not to caucus for him, a group of *iowa kids stranded in the storm are now home. students from dowling catholic in west des moines got stuck on their way home from a school trip to washington d-c. the group was stuck in a
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pennsylvania turnpike, where they spentntearly 24 hours s just sitting still.late last night, dowling catholic high school posted on their facebook page that the group made it home, safe and sound. the stage is set for the biggest sporting event in the country.the carolina panthers will take on the denver broncos in super bowl 50 in a little under two weeks now. last night the panthers dominated the cardinals and the broncos defeated the patriots in a st second thriller.you can watch super bowl 50 right here on cbs 2 on feburary 7-th. nal weather- your planner shows what's ahead for the next hoursa&-temperatures around the areaa&- statewide satellite/radar shows mainly cloudy conditions for the day aheada&- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we light snow this eveninga&- today's forecast bring us cloudy skies with a rain/snow mixa&- our 7 day forecast has a warming temps
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