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about who should become the next president.last night, g-o- p presidential hopefuls took the debate stage for the final time fore those decisions are made. made.cbs 2 news reporter kevin barry has our report from des moines. moines. in a tale of two debatesa&the so-called "undercard" debate candidates lashed out at the media, including hoststfox news, for being biaseda& biaseda& , "this media across the country is manipulating and shaping and framing this caaign carly carly fiorina, "the media thinks hey own this coununy. we were intended to be a citizen government, citizens. the game is rigged." rigged."while the main-stage debaters, began the night, & hitting the man referred to as "the elephant not in the room" room" "everyone o othth stage is stupid, fat, and ugly." (butt to) "now that we've gotten the donald trump portion out of the way..." way...", "i kind of miss donaldtrump. he was a little teddy bear to me." me."a message heard loud and clear by trump, at his rival event for veterans veterans "he says, has anyone seen trump? where's trump? where is he?"
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contrasts between the candidates on key issues, with the biggest moments on tactics for fighting terrorisma& terrorisma& "i believe only with a strong america will we defeat this radical group, this apocalyptic group called isis. that's why when i'm president we are going to rebuild our intelligence capabilities." "the bulk collection of your phone data, the invasion of your privacy did not stop one terrorist attack. i don't think you have to give up your liberty for a false sense of security. immigrationa& "you changed your position on immigration because you used to support a path to citizenship. so did you. well, but you changed the -- in the book... yeah. so did you, marco." marco." "anyone here illegally isisermanently ineligible for citizenship." citizenship." "ted is the king of saying other people for amnesty. it's not true." true."that exchangea&ended by a plea for less talk and more e ction action , "stop the washington bull and let's get things done." done." "one of the biggest questions won't be answered until monday - when iowgn's go to their caucus locations - and d find
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come to the debate was a gaffe...or genius. the last g-o-p front-ruvner to skip a debate right t before the iowa caucuses, wasasronald regan.and he went on to win the presidency that year.be sure to stay with cbs 2 news and cbs two iowa dot com next monday night for coverage of the caucuses. turning now to the weather, lots of sunshine to start the first weher- your planner shows whwh's ahead a&- now a live l lk outside courtesy o o our weatherfirst skycama& -temperatures around the area are warming todaya&- the current winds around our viewing area are calma&- our planner features partly cloudy
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new this afternoon, afternoon,congressman dave loebsack is introducing new immigration legislation. legislation.the new legislation *could help deported iowa city pastor max villatoro with his family.you may remember, that despite receiving prosecutiorial discretion under obama administration guidelines, villatoro was deported to hondurasasast year.the new legislation would allow him to be issued an immigrant visa to be admitted lawfully for permanent residence. new this afternoon, a new committee is being set up to analyze the impact of johnson county's new minimum wage ordinance.the group is being appointed by the johnson county board of supervisors and will include eleven members.they'll study how the
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workers as well as businesses. many members of the johnson county business community are divided on the issue.so far, solon, swisher, shueyville and oxford have opted out of the new ordinance. the so-called afafuenza teen, ethan couch, will go before a judge in texas today. today.the judge will decide whether the 18-year-old should be held in a juvenile detention facility or a jail with other adult offenders. couch was returned to the u-s yesterday from mexico, where he had been on the run with his mother, tanya, for several weeks.they were captured december 28th.his mother is back in n e u-s but has since been released on bail.ethan couch could be charged with violating his probation. new information on the shooting in cedar rapids. police said the shooting happened during a robbery attempt.t. attempt.cbs 2 news will continue to track this police investigation to keep you informed.officers were called to a house near 15-th street and beaver avenue thursday afternoon.one person was shot, we are still waiting for the
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released.our crew on the scene saw two people being escorted from the area by police, and saw a k-9 unit and police in tactical gear.authorities have not said whether anyone has been charged in the shooting. police are still looking for the shooter. several *johnson county law enforcement leaders are exploring *optioio for forcrcrinals other than time hind bars.they traveled to san antonio texas to learn new techniques. techniques.instead of a traditional police response in many cases, officers there are trained to help people dealg wiwi mental illness, homelessness, substance abuse or developmental disabilities. officers try to de-escalate every situation and then get people the help they need. i is kind of a continuum of care in terms of progressing people away from some of the chlenges that they face personally, get them the treatment they need, get them some skills and get them again to be productive members of society.
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from johnson county are still ininan antonio right t now.w. johnson county organizers say jail overcrowding and cost reduction were just some of the reasons behi the trip. some protesters are continuing the ststdoff at a federal wild-life refuge in oregon.. f-b-i officials confirmed they believe at least four people remained on site. site.that even after the leader of the group, ammon bundy was arrested with 8 others back on wedneneay and the spokesman, lavoy finicum was shot and killed by federal agents.yesterday an additional person left the refuge and surrendered to authorities.the f-b-i says a total l nine protesters ve left the site; six were released and three were arrested. for the very first time, we are getting a look at the deadly shooting between betweensome of the armed militia members and fededel officials.lavoy finicum was driving the white truck you e here in the video. the f-b-i set up a road block, and finicum nearly ran over a federal agent while swerving and driving into a snow bank. he then gets out of the vehicle,e,authorories say he reached for a pocket, and
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killed him.they later found a hand-gun in the pocket he was reaching for.meanwhile, ammon bundy's lawyers are urging the rest of the protesters to turn themselves in. "my message still remains. turn yourselves in. do not use physical force. use the national platform that t we have to continue to defend liberty through our constitutional rights." rights." we put the full un-edited clip on c-b-s -2-iowa-dot-com if you'd like to check it out. three escaped inmates from a southern california prison are still on the lolse today.and new this afternoon, authorities believe the women who might have supplied them maps was possibly involved in a romantic relationship with one of them. them.the 44 year old woman was a teacher who taught english as a second language inside the jail.so far at least 10 people have been arrested in connection to the case.some are gang members while others were arrested on probation violations.the three inmates
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california and officials say are very dangerous. "it is every sheriff's nightmare. you never want to have an escape from any jail. they do happen. you certainly don't want maximum security prisoners who are a danger to the public to get out of your jail. so it is not a good day." day."right now authorities say the three could be living out of a stolen white van. in north liberty, the old water tower is gone. crews demolished water tower one yesterday.cranes were brought in to finish the work, forcing crews to block several area roads.the cici tells cbs 2 news, it was time for the tower to come down because they haven't used it r several years and it was just impractical keeping it there. the world's toughest rodeo national tour is in town. town.it's a great family event going on at the u-s cellular center today and saturday. rodeo fans can expect to see bull riding, saddle bronc riding and bareback riding. famous female roman rider, dusti crain, wiwi also perform
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coming up on the cbs 2 news at noon, the biggest football game of the year is right around the corner.the unique tenology police are deoying to keep people safe,
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first. car repairs, home improvement a familylyrip... it's not easy to afford them. what did marco rubio do? he put $22,000 in personal expenses on a republican party credit card. rubio's bad judgment caused a scandal and for five years rubio refused to release the credit card records. marco rubio: skipping major votes... all over the place on immigration... bad judgment. marco rubio: just too many ququtions. right to rise usa is responsible for the
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imagine if you saw this mysterious looking box on a city side walk.turns out the box that turned up in downtown san francisco is a sensor that can detect a biological attack. the device -- which looks a little like an old-fashioned train n istle connected to locked boxes on wheels -- is an air sampling unit.it was installed as a part of the department of homeland security's super bowl security preparations.the big game is being played in nearby santa clara in the bay area.san francisco residents were confused and concerned when the monitor appeared. "it makes me want to unplug it just to see what what woulhappen?" happ?"the e vice is a part of the bio-watch program which
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a lot of people getting really excited for that big game which is a weekrom sunday right here on cbs 2.for now, though, we're looking at warmer temperatures for the weekend. weekend. 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 temperaturese see highs are warmer today all around iowaa& - the regional satellite/radar is mainly clear todaya&- let's move ahead in time by taking a look at the midwest surface mapa&- moving intoto 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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still ahead on the cbs 2 news at noon, u--s officials are warning of a virus they say is spreading explosively.who should be the most concerned coming up. up. cbs-2 news connects with the corridor.call us with your story tips at 1-800-222-kganor email us at news at cbs2iowa.comor connect with us
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scientists say the zika v vus is spreading at an explosive rate in central and south america.zika appears to be particularly dangerous for pregnant women and has been linked to babies born with abnormally small heads. now women who are pregnant are scrambling to cancel trips booked to zika infected nations. nations.here's reid binyon with the response. response. "the level of alarm is extrtrely high. we need some to get some answers quickly." world health organization director general margaret chan.......warning thursday that the mosquito-born zika virus is quote "now spreading explosively." explosively." "the e possible links only r rently suspected have rapidly changed the risk profile of zika from a mild threat to one of alarming proportions."with 3 to 4 million cases of the
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estimated in the americas in a 12-month period, concern is mounting in the u.s.some 80 percent of those infected report not even feeling ill... ...as the vivis silently strikes its most vulnerable victims: pregnant women and their babies. babies. "it is a very, very severe risk in pregnant women." in areas where the virus has arrived, there has been an increase in bies born with abnormally small heads which can cause severe developmental issues and sometimes death. death. "microcephaly can lead to lifelong neurological problems that can range from mild to very serio."there e no medicines to treat those infected with zika, and no vaccines to prevent it.... ....although u.s. officials say clinical trials on a vaccine could begin this year. i'm reid binion, reporting. coming up ononthe cbs 2 news at noon, another n-f-l team on-the-move.where they could go and the big name behind the
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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 s t a wish, but a a ality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all.
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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 knowowwe can create that a arica if we listen to our hearts. and that journey begins here in iowa. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask you to j jn with us at the caucuses on monday night.
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some good news if you're looking to buy a home soon. soon.mortgage rates are falling!right now - the rate for a 30-year mortgage is just under three-point-eight percent, and a 15-year fixed is three-point-seven.freddie mac says we're in a fourth straight week of declines. also on the y down, but not in a g gd way - amazon's shares. shares.they've been in a free fall after amazon's holiday season earning came in well below what was estimated. believe it or not - part of the problem is the company made a lot of money by delivering a record number of packages.but the shipping costs were too high, and ate into their profits. facebook is making more money off of you th ever before. before.the social media site reported it made more than one and half billion dollars in profits just in the last three months of 2015.in the u-s and canada... facebook makes more than 13-dollars per user, thatat grown 33-percent globally.facebook has recently updated its site, adding live video and a more powerful search tool..the new features keep users on the website
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more about their users.that helps them use targeted advertising more effectively. there are reports today that another n-f-l team could soon be on the move. move.hints have emerged that the oakland raiders are scouting possible stadium sites in las vegas.the sands corporation, which is a casino and resort company, is reportedlyn talks that could bring the team to las vegas.if the move goes forwardrdthe raiders could play in a brand new, billion dollar stadium. the owner of the raiders is meeting today with executives from las vegas sands. get this - you could soon be the proud owner of a pope-mobile!e!but it's not the one you're probably picturing in your head. head.the two fiat cars that shuttled pope francis around in philadelphia last year are going to auction.the first car will be sold today, and the other will be up for bidding starting tomorrow through february 7th.proceeds from the auctions will go to select ministries and missions of the archdiocese of philadelphia. justin has your weather to go next...but first here's a look at today's markets.
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final weather- your planner shows what's ahead for the next hoursa&-temperatures around the areaa&- statewide satellite/radar shows mainly cleaeaconditions 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 the week & weekend! weekend! that does it f us here on the cbs 2 news#at noon.our next newscast is this afternoon live at five.and you
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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 [ cheers and applause ] ll come to look for america all come to look for america all come to look for america
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