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from des moines with a preview of tonights republican presidential debate.let's first see what justin has for us in weather. let's get a check of our cbs 2
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tonight, republican presidential candidates have their last chance to be on stage together - and make their pitches to iowan's before the hawkeye state heads to their first in the nation caucuses. cbs 2 this morning co anchor kevin barry is in des moines this morning where those candidates are getting ready to face off tonight. kkevin? kevin?true to form - were at another big milestone in the 2016 race - and we're all talking about donald trump
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won't even be on the stage tonight. tonight.we told you earlier this week that late tuesday - the trump campaign announced they'd be skipping this debate after disagreements with fox over how the republican front runner was treated at the first fox debate. a lot of those concerns had to do specifically with megyn kelley - the fox news host who is one of the moderators that trump says was especially unfair to him last time around. when we told trump supporters about the decisions not to be in the debate - hers was the first name that came up. you knowledge honestly it would be vindictive and i don't care to see megyn kelly be vindictive personally. i want to see what donald trump has to say not what megyn kelley has to say. well that megyn kelley you can tell right off that she's against him. you can tell that on tv. fox has said that trump is welcome to join the debate tonight - but we've heard about plans from the trump
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same time - that would raise money to help veterans. in des moines - kevin barry - cbs 2 this morning. thanks kevin..questions continue to swirl this morning, after nearly twenty hawkeye athletes took the stage at a donald trump rally in iowa city. city.the football players and wrestlers jumped on stage with the presidential candidate to fire up the crowd tuesday night.but later, some fans who support other candidates took to social media and asked if their participation violated any n-c-double-a rules.athletic director gary barta says it was *not an endorsement of trump.wrestling coach tom brands says athletes should be free to express themselves. themselves. nat " nicicguys they endorsed me .. they like me and i like them." " you know we certainly didn't endorse them or push them to do that, but you know what, we have some independent thinkers on this team. " there are rules that prohibit college athletes from endorsing a political
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any controversy, but as of this morning there's no indication the n-c-double-a plans to investigate. investigate. at that same rally in iowa city...the secret service arrested one protester, accused of throwing two tomatoes at donald trump. here's how trump responded as the man was escorted out.. out.."you wanna let the football team take care of it? (cheers)" (cheers)"this is video cbs 2 news shot during the rally and our cameras caught the tomatoes being thrown at trump. we've slowed that moment of his speech down - you can see one of the tomatoes at the bottom of your screen.another hits the curtains at the back of stage. stage.28-year-old andrew alemao was escorted out of the rally and taken to the johnson county jail.he's been charged with disorderly conduct, and bonded out of jail on wednesday. the famous coffee bean jars at the hamburg inn number two in iowa city are starting to fill up.every four years, the restauant's "coffee bean caucus" lets customers toss a coffee bean into the jar of
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you can see here, bernie sanders seems to be doing well on the democratic side. republicans seem to be backing donald trump. meantime, our radio partners at k-c-j-j report that the hamburg inn will soon be under new ownership.the panther family has owned and operated the restaurant since it opened word yet on who the panthers are selling to.we should learn that after the sale is finalized. new this morning.. australian teen is in custody this morning for discussing a possible terror attack that invloved packing an explosive on a kangaroo, and then setting it loose on police officers. officers.australian prosecutors say this 19- year-old suspect discussed ways to pull it off with a british accomplice.right now, he's been ordered to stand trial on charges of planning an isis-inspired terrorist attack on australia's version of veteran's day in april, that would have targetted officers. there is a tragic new twist in the death investigation of joe gliniewicz. remember he's the former illinois police
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suicide to look like a homicide.that was back in september when he feared investigators would discover he was stealing from a charity. his widow, melody, is facing chargs for being a part of that scheme.she's accused of embezzling 10- to -100-thousand dollars from a youth training program.her attornies say she is a victim of her husband's criminal acts. melody gliniewicz is out of jail this morning. a follow up in ferguson, missouri.. missouri..where the police department has come to an agreement with the u-s justice department..apart of the sweeping deal are new policies, training and practices.these recommendati ons follow the 20-14 shooting death of 18-year-old michael brown.they're detailed in a 130 page decree that was just released and meant to correct unconstitiutional and discriminatory practices by the department. at the capitol.. capitol..democrats introduced legislation that would repeal a 2005 law granting the gun industry immunity from civil lawsuits.supporters of the bill say they want to crack
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and hold the industry accountable for better product safety. "the standards of negligence are the same, whether you're coming after a negligent gun dealer or a negligent automaker. we're not asking for any special treatment for the gun industry. we're asking for the special treatment they enjoy today, the immunity they enjoy, to be removed." removed."opponents of the repeal say they believe it will lead to frivolous lawsuits against gun manufacturers. at the state capitol here in iowa,new controversial right-to-die legislation has been introduced. would allow terminally ill, but mentally capable people to end their lives with drugs prescribed by a doctor.there are bills in both the house and the senate. the two chambers heard testimony from supporters yesterday.but right now, it's unclear how much support it has in the republican controlled house. right now, the university of iowa will be paying more than 200-thousand dollars, to settle a gender discrimination lawsuit, filed by a former track coach. coach.mike scott, was already
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assistant, when he applied for an open assistant coaching position. position.scott says he was warned by another coach that administrators wanted to hire a female coach.under the agreement the university does not have to admit to the discrimination. this week, 157 events will be held across the hawkeye state to talk about education. the idea behind "national school choice week" is to give parents a chance to explore *all options: traditional public schools, charter and magnet schools, private and online academies and homeschooling.the president of national school choice week says iowa is ahead of the game and our state has demonstrated to the nation that not only is school choice feasible in a largely rural state, but it's effective too. you can learn more about these choices on our website, cbs 2 iowa-dot com. developing story in tiffin, city leaders are considering a two-tiered approach to the johnson county minimum wage hike.if approved, the increase will apply only to workers in tiffin who are 18 and older. the council had previously
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county-wide mandate all together.they will discuss the change during a hearing next week.swisher, shueyville and solon have already opted out. it's and right now in it's degrees. degrees.just ahead...why it was netfilx and amazon who came away big winners at one of the world's top film festivals.
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the american people can't afford to wait for ideas that sound good on paper... but will never make it in the real world. the grandmother who has to choose between paying for medicine and paying rent... can't wait. the single mom who desperately needs a raise... can't wait. the student with a mountain of debt can't wait. we can make real progress, right now. i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing... i'm caucusing for hillary clinton. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. (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. (elephant noise) (donkey noise)
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main weather- your planner shows what's ahead for the next hoursa&- now a live look outside courtesy of our weatherfirst skycama&- temperatures around the areaa& - taking a look at regional temperatures we see highs are warmer today all around iowaa& - the regional satellite/radar is mainly clear todaya&- let's move ahead in time by
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surface mapa&- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we see cloudy conditions tonighta&- today's forecast bring us partly cloudy skiesa&- tonight's forecast has us dealing with cloudy skies, maybe some flurries- tomorrow will feature sunshine & warming weathera&- the next three days show more sunshine with warming weathera&- our 7 day forecast has a warming temps by the end of the week & weekend! weekend! the sundance film festival has yet to hand out awards, but this morning, netflix and amazon are taking advantage of the big movie festival. festival.vladimir duthiers shows us how the streaming services are sending shockwaves through hollywood by going on a shopping spree.
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the sundance film festival has yet to hand out awards, but this morning, netflix and amazon are taking advantage of the big movie festival.
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shows us how the streaming services are sending shockwaves through hollywood by going on a shopping spree. spree. (nats beasts of no nation trailer)(track 1)netflix shocked the movie industry last march by paying $12 million dollars for "beasts of no nation"... the critically acclaimed film about child soldiers starring idris elba. turns out it was just getting started.(track 2)this week at sundance, netflix apparently did some binge spendinga& snapping up "tallulah" starring ellen page for $5 million... and "the fundamentals of caring" with paul rudd and selena gomez for $7 million. it also bid $20 million dollars for the rights to "the birth of a nation"... a highly anticipated film about nat turner's slave revolta& which ended up at fox searchlight for almost $3 million dollars less.(sot satoodeh 4:07)netflix and amazon have really dominated the festival. they've come in here, they've targeted the good movies, and have really gone on a buying spree.(track 3)(gfx in)amazon beat out fox, universal, and focus features for the buzzy drama "manchester by the sea"... starring kyle chandler and
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purchased "love & friendship" with chloe sevigny and kate beckinsale. (gfx out)(sot satoodeh 3:04)the movie studios are at a disadvantage because when they go in to bid on a movie, they have to take into account how many tickets they have to sell. whereas with netflix and amazon, when they bid on a movie, they have deeper pockets. they don't have to really worry about selling tickets. they just have to worry about offering original content to their subscribers.(nats chi-raq trailer)(track 4)amazon is expected to roll out its acquisitions the same way it did spike lee's "chi-raq"... which was debuted to subscribers just a few weeks after its theatrical release. (nats beasts of no nation) (track 5)netflix's model is even more radical. "beasts of no nation" was released in theaters... and streamed to viewers...on the same day.(sot satoodeh 9:42 /// 11:10) netflix and amazon have really upended the movie business by coming in here and trying to get original content, and trying to cut out the middle man, which is really the movie theater owners. /// i think we're moving closer to the day when you can have a big movie, and not necessarily release it in movie theaters. the sundance film festival is going on right now in park city utah, and last until this sunday.
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it's now on this morning.and if you're in it's degrees. degrees.coming last night's game will go down as one to remember for one of u-n-i's star players.
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they've all come to look for america all come to look for america all come to look for america i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. - 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... the linn county juvenile detention center is helping young inmates cope with traumatic issues in their lives through's a new program called trauma-informed yoga. the goal is to give them a realistic and healthy way of dealing with their emotions -- in and out of the center.
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army is in the final push of its red kettle campaign.with just a few days remaining, the non-profit says it needs just over 16-thousand dollars to reach this year's goal of 790-thousand.that 16-thousand dollars could serve nearly six-thousand-500 community meals. the red kettle campaign covers about 47-percent of the army's annual operating budget. all donations made through january 31st will go towards that fundraising goal. at the end of january, 20-15... u-n-i hoops was 20 and 2... fast forward to this january... and it's a much different story... the panthers are 10 and 11 and they've dropped four straight games entering tonight's contest against bradley... luckily... the braves are just 3 and 18... so this is the night for u-n-i to get a win... early on... their shooting woes... went right out the window... matt
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and knocks down a three... then a couple minutes later... paul jesperson lines up a three... bottom... the first four panther field goals... were all three pointers... how 'bout some defense... jeremy morgan in the passing lanes... layup at the other end... the lead is eleven... then in the second half... back to jesperson... this was a theme tonight... in rhythm... and right on the money from deep... and u-n-i gets a much, much needed victory... they beat the braves by 18... behind a career-high 28 points and 8 threes from paul jesperson... the iowa state women continued their slide tonight... they lose, 72-62, to t-c-u... the standard is sky high for iowa wrestling... and if you're a hawkeye... you make history in march... not in january... but tom brands knows... you can't skip steps... the nation's second- ranked team was challenged in their ten-point dual win on
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their closest margin of victory since the grapple on the gridiron back in november... with minnesota set for this friday... the hawks insist they're not overlooking anyone... and they're *definitely* not fatigued... we know it's a grind... everyone knows it's a grind... whether you're from iowa... or you're not from iowa... so this time of year you just need to keep plugging along and worry about things you need to worry about like getting better... i believe that peaking is a mindset... i believe that seasons are short... and i believe that that's a frame of mind... and when you've got guys like gilman and sorensen and burak... they can't get enough... so when you have that in your room... that seems to take over... the energy that prevails in the room is... that it's fresh every day.... even though it's january... the kernels kicked off 20-16 tonight... with their 20th annual hot stove banquet ... dinner, speeches, and plenty of memorabilla up for auction at the cell center .. and manager jake mauer is ready to play ball... this will be my sixteenth year in pro ball all together. so it's sixteenth spring training and kinda the routine, but it's also every year is a new
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gets old, the snow and cold gets boring. so it's fun to go down, see some green grass, get outside and get back to work." cbs-2 news connects with the us with your story tips at 1-800-222-kganor email us at news at cbs2iowa.comor connect with us
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weekend! thanks. in ridiculous news of the day... day...this picture of a potato sold for over a million dollars at an was taken by celebrity photographer kevin abosch. abosch.he revealed this wasn't even his first potato picture. he sold a simple portrait of an organic irish potato to a european businessman last year. the man reportedly paid one million euros for "potato #345" - the equivalent of one-million-eighty-thousand dollars.abosch says the man saw it while dining at the photographer's home in paris. paris.if the sale price is verified, it will be the 15-th
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good morning again -- it's now right now it's degrees in still ahead...what a presidential candidate told reporters after a meeting with president obama at the white house.'re watching c-b-s 2 this morning -- covering the corridor. the time has come to make a choice... about which candidate can actually make a difference for you. in a world as complex as this, we need a president as experienced as hillary.
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at the negotiating table... and always on your side... fighting for children and families. with a real plan to get incomes rising... ...reduce drug prices... equal pay for women... ...and protect social security and medicare for seniors. she'll build on obamacare, not start over. break through the gridlock, not add to it. defend planned parenthood, not attack it. stand up to the gun lobby, not protect it. lead on foreign policy, not ignore it. we need a president with the experience and determination to get the job done. i'm running to make a difference. a real difference for you and your families across our country.
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right now on cbs 2 this community members are helping in the corridor. developing news overnight in oregon, concerning the wild-life refuge that's been occupied for nearly a month. how nasa is remember the seven brave crew members lost 30 years ago today, in the challenger shuttle. welcome to cbs2 this morning, we're looking now at*****i'm kelly d'ambrosio, happy thursday!kevin barry thursday! happy thursday!kevin barry will be joining us in just a few moments live from des moines with a preview of
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presidential debate.let's first see what justin has for us in weather. let's get a check of our cbs 2 weather first forecast. first weather- your planner shows what's ahead a&- now a live look outside courtesy of our weatherfirst skycama& -temperatures around the area are warming todaya&- the current winds around our viewing area are calma&- our planner features partly cloudy skies this afternoona&
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new details breaking overnight in oregon. oregon.three more members of an armed group that took over buildings at a federal wildlife refuge have been arrested. arrested.the f-b-i says the three men turned themselves in to agents at a checkpoint near the refuge.this comes just one day after a shootout with police ended with the death of the militia's spokesman lavoy finicum.the group's leader, ammon bundy, is now telling the remaining members to go home, that they will continue the battle in the courts.f-b-i officials are working around the clock to empty the refuge in the safest way possible. and last night a vigil was held for, lavoy finicum.the 55-year-old was a rancher from cain beds, a interview with n-b-c just
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die than go to prison. new this morning.. morning..the suspect that shot a state trooper in georigia, died overnight in the hospital. hospital.a state patrol spokesman says the 26-year-old suspect was speeding when trooper jacob fields tried to pull him over.fields chased him for about 10 miles, before two other troopers joined in. that's when the suspect stopped his vehicle, got out with a hand-gun and began firing.trooper fields was shot twice but is in stable condition this morning. he's expected to make a full recovery. law enforcement officers can't solve recurring violence in cedar rapids by themselves... now a new task force is lending a helping hand.. 2 news reporter stephanie johnson has the latest information on how they plan to work together in this connects against crime report. good morning stephanie. stephanie.hey kelly...the police and the community formed two groups that are working together to cut down on violence.. group, p-cat, or the police community action
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handful of officers could respond to incidents at a moments's made up of four officers who will determine crime trends, which will increase police presence in some neighborhoods.the other group is known as s-e-t which stands for safe equitable and thriving... they will try to understand what causes the violence. "the community actually has started to identify possible root causes. the gun violence is just a symptom of something underneath that's causing that violence and it could be a variety of reasons." reasons."so far this month, there have been 13-shots fired reports here in cedar rapids alone.the two groups hope that with more research and community policing, that number will not rise.stephanie johnson, cbs 2 news. all eyes are on des moines for
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the last one before iowan's head to their caucus locations on monday night. night. cbs 2 this mornging co-anchor kevin barry joins us live in des moines this morning with what voters can expect. expect.kentucky senator rand paul yesterday set the bar high saying that the g-o-p is poised to have their best debate of 20-16 tonight. tonight.paul has reason to be happy - a last minute sure in the polls put him back on the main debate stage after he had been relegated to the undercard debate - and chose not to take part if he wasn't with the top candidates. but senator pauls comments came when he was talking about the fact that front runner donald trump would likely not be on stage tonight -- and instead has said he'll have an event at the same time as the event because he wasn't being treated fairly in other. that's good. he'll draw a crowd over there. yeah i like that. smart. i have full faith
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to do the right thing and if that's the decision he's made i'm behind him 110 percent.. we'll be here tonight for the debate so be sure to follow along for the latest information on our twitter feed and facebook pages - and also on cbs 2 iowa dot com. in des moines, kevin barry, cbs 2 this morning. president obama met with one of the democrats trying to succeed him. him.vermont senator bernie sanders sat down with the president for an informal meeting at the oval office.the president held a similar meeting a few weeks ago with hillary clinton.after the meeting, sanders told reporters he enjoyed the discussion and responded to accusations that obama is trying to persuade democrats against voting for sanders. "i don't believe that at all. i think he and the vice president have tried to be fair and even-handed in the process, and i expect they will continue to be that way." way."president obama says he will not endorse a candidate but will lend support any way
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democratic nominee. sanders main rival, hillary clinton, has had several big name celebrities stumping for her in iowa over the past few weeks.that includes lena dunham, demi lovato, and billie jean king.. king..but now *senator sanders is bringing a famous actress into the hawkeye state to campaign for him..susan sarandon made stops in des moines and mason city yesterday and spoke on his behalf. former president bill clinton will be back in the corridor today, on the campaign trail for his remember, president clinton spoke in cedar rapids just a few weeks ago.he will be at cornell college at 2 this afternoon and also is speaking at washington high school at around 4-thirty. new developments in flint, michigan.. michigan..state lawmakers are expected to vote today on an emergency spending bill that would give even more funds to address the water crisis. crisis.the bill would approve 28-million dollars to go towards relief.some of the money would pay for more bottled water, water filters and monitoring children who could be at risk of developmental delays due to
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30 years ago today, a tragedy played out on live television. television.nasa will pay tribute to the 7 crew members of the challenger who died that day.just 73 seconds after the launch, a booster engine failed and caused the shuttle to break apart. apart.on their website, nasa has a special page dedicated to remembering the challenger crew, as well as the crew of apollo 1 and columbia shuttles, who were also killed in separate missions.head to our website at cbs 2-iowa-dot- com for a link to this page. it's and right now in it's degrees. degrees.after the break...the "movie star" making a come-back now more than 25-years after its last film. your cbs 2 weather first forecast we have...
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there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values, but no longer carries so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our hearts.
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i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask you to join with us at the caucuses on monday night.
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main weather- your planner shows what's ahead for the next hoursa&- now a live look outside courtesy of our weatherfirst skycama&- temperatures around the areaa& - taking a look at regional temperatures we see highs are warmer today all around iowaa& satellite/radar is mainly clear todaya&- let's move ahead in time by taking a look at the midwest surface mapa&- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we see cloudy conditions tonighta&- today's forecast bring us partly cloudy skiesa& - tonight's forecast has us dealing with cloudy skies, maybe some flurries- tomorrow will feature sunshine & warming weathera&- the next three days show more sunshine with warming weathera&- our 7 day forecast has a warming
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the car made famous by the "back to the future" movies hasn't been made for more than three decades..but back then the delorean was silver, sleek and futuristic.. but now that car is making a comeback..ryan korsgard has the story. story. "it's a de lorean..."the delorean is going back to the future and into production. we first saw the time machine three decades ago in the movie. "the majority of what we have here are customer-owned cars that are in for restoration." but the last time a delorean was built was about 35 years ago. soon that will change at the de lorean motor company in humble. (stephen wynne/ceo, de lorean motors)"it's fantastic! it is a game changer for us. we've been wanting this to happen."ceo stephen wynne brought the delorean motor company here in 1987. for the first time, the delorean will be manufactured on american in humble. he has dozens of the cars here. some are owned by the company but many are shipped here from around the world to be refurbished. "that was a green light to go back into production. that was prohibited. it was against the
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build replica 1982 deloreans under a low volume manufacturing bill approved by the federal government. (nats) "you have like a fiberglass underbody."he estimates they have enough supplies in stock to build about 300 cars. he hopes to go from building one a month to one a week."it's huge for us."you can buy a refurbished model for 45 to 55 thousand dollars. wynne hopes to sell the new ones for less-than one-hundred thousand dollars. that depends on the modern engine."there's no reason to change the appearance of the car." they hope to have the first new delorean roll off of the production line early next year. it's and you're watching cbs 2
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your_______ the federal reserve is leaving its key interest rate unchanged, saying the u-s economy lost momentum at the end of last year. year.the fed raised rates for the first time in nearly a the end of its two-day meeting, the u-s central bank said the job market has improved, but acknowledged growth slowed at the end of 20-15.the fed gave no sign of how many times they will raise interest rates this year, saying they will continue to monitor global economic developments. toyota held on to its title of top-selling automaker in 20-15. 20-15.the japanese automaker sold over ten million cars last year.despite the fact that it has been caught up in a massive recall over possibly faulty had to recall millions of vehicles due to fears that the airbags it installed might explode. volkswagen briefly passed toyota in global sales last year.but that was before an emissions scandal damaged the german giant's reputation. j-p morgan chase wil soon
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a-t-m withdrawl, without a debit card cardthe bank is upgrading its entire fleet of a-t-ms this year.they will come with a function that lets customers take money out by using their cellphones.the technology used is the same one that allows apple-pay and other payment apps to work.the bank says it does not replace the debit card... but allows customers to use the machine even if they do not have their card with them. a possible data breach is being investigated at some wendys restaurants across the country. the fast food chain says it learned of the fraudulent charges through payment industry contacts reporting unusual activity on cards. customers are being asked to keep an eye out for any unauthorized charges on their debit or credit cards.the company has hired a team of cybersecurity experts and a criminal investigation is underway prices for coffee beans are at
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two years, but don't expect to save any money. money.officials in brazil forecast that coffee farmers will have a huge harvest season this year, creating an oversupply of beans, which has led to the drop in fact, for the type of coffee starbucks buys and serves, prices have dropped by a third this year alone.but no one expects latte prices to come down.analysts say current wage raisies will prevent that from happening. there's a new adorable gerber baby! baby!the iconic baby food brand announced the winner of their annual gerber baby photo search contest.7 month old isla from troy michigan won! won!there were over 170 thousand entries!now that she's the new face, she'll appear in a 2016 gerber ad and her parents get a 50 thousand
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hundred dollars in gerber children's clothes!the company said they fell in love is isla's cheeky smile and awesome hair. it's right now it's degrees in still to come...the findings from cbs news investigation into one of the country's most
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one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. all of us have a responsibility, to ourselves, to our children, to each other. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state is somebody. no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. our children's future is shaped both by the values of their parents and the policies of their nation. it's time to protect the next generation, fill the lives of our children with possibility and hope, open up the doors so that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, families and our country, and i'm not stopping now.
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i'm hillary clinton, and i have always approved this message. final weather- your planner shows what's ahead for the next hoursa&-temperatures around the areaa&- statewide satellite/radar shows mainly clear conditions for the day aheada&- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we'll have clouds overnighta&- today's forecast bring us partly cloudy skiesa& - 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... managers at an eastern iowa ethanol company are now facing multiple charges of federal tax violations.last week, a cedar rapids grand jury indicted the owner and general manager of permeate refining in hopkinton.according to court documents, randy less and darrell smith allegedly withheld federal income, social security and medicare taxes from employees-- but didn't pay those taxes to the i-r-s.prosecutors say both failed to pay more than 420-
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taxes in 2009 and 20-11. the head of the iowa national guard says nearly 17-hundred positions have been opened up to women this year following a federal policy change.during his condition of the guard address at the state capitol, major general timothy orr said the changes come after the pentagon's 20-15 ruling that allows women to serve in any position, including combat roles. right now, the guard has 15 soldiers and airmen deployed around the world. a cbs news investigation
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four years...we asked marc owens, a former director of tax exempt organizations at the irs, to review the wounded warrior project's tax
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q:cr: what was your biggest concern in reading these forms? 14;03;48;13 a:mo: that i couldn't tell the number of people that were assisted. i thought that was truly unusual. if the organization is asking for money to assist veterans, and talking about it, i would like to know.(gfx) wounded warrior project says 80 percent of their money is spent on programs for veterans. that's because they include some promotional items, direct response advertising, and shipping and postage costs. take that out, and the figures look more like what charity watchdogs cite - that only 54 to 60 percent of donations go to help wounded service members. (out gfx) (charity watch and charity navigator, respectively) (marc owens) 13;30;42;01 q:cr: the ceo has said that the fundraising should and can be included in the programs and services. 13;30;48;02 a:mo: well i'd be curious to know how asking people for money equates to the assistance of wounded veterans. (gfx over video of
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ceo since 2009 -- in 2014 he was paid nearly half a million dollars. (out gfx) line with similar-sized charities, but former employees told us they thought it was too much, and he defended his salary to our norfolk affiliate last april. (sot nardizzi april 2015) my salary is less than one tenth of one percent of the donations that come in, um, and i am running an org, um, that is helping hundreds of thousands of warriors. (gfx) last year, wwp gave a $150,000 grant to a group that defends higher spending on overhead, executive salaries, and fundraising by charities. (out gfx) nardizzi says the more money the charity raises, the more money it can spend on veterans. (sot nardizzi) if your only fixation is spending on programs, that's feeling good, but not necessarily doing can run a lot of program activities you can spend a lot of money on and have them be wholly ineffective. but charity watchdog daniel borochoff says
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group's is sitting on a $248 million surplus -- and that not enough of it is being spent on veterans. (borochoff 16;02;07;05) it would be helpful if these hundreds of millions of dollars were being spent to help veterans in the shorter term in a year or two rather than being held for a longer term. an official from the wounded warrior project said that they are now committing 100-million dollars over the next three care network. if you're just getting up, good morning -- it's now right now it's degrees in after the break...we continue our coverage of tonight's republican debate with a live report from cbs 2 news anchor kevin barry in des moines.'re watching c-b-s 2 this morning -- covering the corridor. one of the areas that i've been particularly interested in is the area of children. we intend to be sure that everybody in this room and every child in this state
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no matter where they're born, no matter to whom they are born. i want to make sure that every child has a chance to live up to his or her god-given potential. i've spent my life fighting for children, and i'm not stopping now. i'm hillary clinton, and i have always approved this message. hmm hmm hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm-hmm let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes together [ cheering ] i've got some real estate here in my bag counting the cars on the new jersey turnpike they've all come to look for america
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