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san bernardino rifles. cbs news confirms that terrorists used encrypted apps to plan the paris attacks. apple chief tim cook tells us why he stands up for privacy. and a christmas classic like you've never heard it before. we begin with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. henry today marquez faces three federal charges as well as a very serious charge of material support to terrorism. >> charges filed in the san bernardino terror attack. >> authorities say he conspired to plot attacks, but they never happened. >> a teenager in pennsylvania charged for supporting isis. >> he had high capacity weapons, magazine, ammunition. >> bernie sanders's campaign gets confidential voter information from the clinton campaign.
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putin calling the republican presidential candidate donald trump bright and talented. >> that's what should be happening. >> martin shkreli, who hiked the price of a drug 5,000%, released on bail. >> pleading not guilty of securities fraud. >> lebron james accidentally slammed into jason day's wife. >> "star wars: the force awakens" set to break box office records. >> i laughed, i cried, i screamed at the screen. >> all that. >> he drops it in the bucket. >> touchdown st. louis. >> in what could be the rams' final home game in st. louis, it's a victory. >> and all of that matters. >> president obama will join bear grylls during a trip to
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>> this seems to be bear's main claim to fame, that he drinks his own urine. you know. >> he bought the only wu-tang clan album and he's not even going to break it. >> the drug company ceo has been arrested. >> because the wu-tang clan ain't nothing to [ bleep ] with. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" is presented by toyota. let's go places. welcome to "cbs this morning." norah o'donnell is off. kristine johnson of our new york station wcbs is with us. federal agents investigating the san bernardino attacks now believe a former neighbor of the killers was also a would-be terrorist. enrique marquez was a long time friend of syed rizwan farook. he bought the rifles used in the massacre. marquez is in a california jail this morning, facing a
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>> officials say marquez plotted with farook to attack a freeway and a community college. carter evans is outside the inland regional center where farook and his wife killed 14 people. carter, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. president obama will meet with the families of the victims of the san bernardino massacre tonight. now, marquez is not accused of participating in that attack. but prosecutors say he did hatch plans for other mass shootings with his long time friend and neighbor. after ten days of questioning by the fbi, enrique marquez arrived at a federal courthouse, appearing to face charges that he plotted terror attacks with syed rizwan farook and unlawfully purchased the rifles farook and his wife used in the san bernardino massacre. federal agents say marquez admitted to planning an attack with farook at riverside community college in 2011. according to the criminal complaint, the plot targeted the
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because they wanted to maximize casualties. they also planned a rush hour attack on busy state route 91 in riverside. farook would throw pipe bombs, then move among the parked cars, shooting his rifle. marquez would watch for approaching emergency responders, making it his priority to shoot law enforcement officers. investigators say farook introduced marquez to islam and exposed him to radical ideology around 2007. marquez started watching videos produced by the terrorist organization al shabaab and reading al qaeda's "inspire" magazine. marquez says he began distancing himself from farook after 2012 but his recent social media post expressed troubling signs. less than one month before the shooting he wrote on facebook, "no one really knows me. i lead multiple lives and i
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investigators are studying a 911 call marquez made hours after the deadly rampage in san bernardino, telling the dispatcher, "my neighbor, he did the san bernardino shooting, the [ expletive ] reduced my gun in the shooting." the fbi says marquez stopped plotting with farook after another terror attack was foiled here in southern california in 2012. now, marquez is also accused of participating in a sham marriage with a member of farook's extended family so she could obtain citizenship. >> thanks, carter. new developments in the investigation of the paris terror attacks. isis terrorists used encrypted appearances. this is the determination of investigators. the encryption allowed the killers to keep their communications and plots secret. i spoke with apple's ceo tim cook about encryption.
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to the attacks but cook has since told us that apple has not changed its position. in the government they say it's like you have a search warrant but you can't unlock the trunk. >> here's the situation. on your smartphone today, on your iphone, there is likely health information. there's financial information. there are intimate conversations with your family or your co-workers. there's probably business secrets. and you should have the ability to protect it. and the only way we know how to do that is to encrypt it. why is that? it's because if there is a way to get in, then somebody will find the way in. there have been people that suggest that we should have a backdoor. but the reality is if you put a backdoor in, that backdoor is for everybody, for good guys and bad guys. >> but do the government have a good point, they say if we have
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information is evidence of criminal conduct, or national security behavior. >> if the government lays a proper warrant on us today, then we will give the specific information that is requested, because we have to by law. in the case of encrypted communication, we don't have it to give. like your i-messages are encrypted. >> help me understand how you get to the government's dilemma. >> i don't believe the tradeoff here is privacy versus national security. i think that's an overly simplistic view. we're america. we should have both. >> in our next hour we'll hear how cook talks about tax. you can see the entire interview sunday night on "60 minutes." we'll take you inside apple's
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hundreds of heavily armed militants mounted a series of attacks starting wednesday on kurdish positions near mosul. isis controls that city. kurdish ground forces needed backing from the air. the u.s. and its allies launched strikes that lasted 17 hours and helped repel the assault. many of the nation's theme parks are stepping up security ahead of the holidays. visitors to disney, seaworld, and universal studios theme parks will see stricter security measures. anna werner is outside disney world in atlanta, florida. anna, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. white tents went up yet with metal detectors underneath. some visitors to disney world will get that secondary screening. also just to eliminate the possibility of any confusion between a toy gun and a real gun, these toy guns, even water pistols, will no longer be allowed in the park or sold in
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the happiest place on earth is trying to stay that way. disney is installing metal detectors to beef up security at its florida and california theme parks. >> definitely speaks to the times. but it doesn't bother me that we have to wait a little bit longer, because i feel safer. >> reporter: disney officials say they've added visible security measures. guests 14 years and older will no longer be allowed to wear costumes. and toy guns, including water pistols, have also been banned and removed from disney store shelves. in a statement, disney said, "we continue review our comprehensive approach to security and are implementing initial security measures as appropriate." other major properties, including universal theme parks and seaworld, have begun taking similar precautions. >> venues are continuously
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>> reporter: mark herrera is a venue safety and security educator. >> when you have situations such as the most recent terrorist attacks, they revisit their emergency plans and fine-tune them. >> reporter: increased security can't spoil the magic for the fitzhugh family, who drove twenty hours to orlando for their disney vacation. do you worry about somebody doing something? >> yes and no. we can't always worry about what's going to happen. what's going to happen is going to happen. >> reporter: six flags says it already has metal detectors at its parks. it is very busy at this holiday season, they get so many visitors at these parks. "the los angeles times" reports that disney land is disney world had to shut down last year during christmas. >> anna, thanks. the democratic party is blocking bernie sanders's campaign from using voter files,
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the database to read confidential voter information from hillary clinton's campaign. nancy cordes is in washington with a look at the implications. nancy, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. i spoke to the sanders campaign a sort time ago. they confirmed their data director has been fired and they're looking into the possibility that others on the campaign accessed the data as well. now, this involves the democratic database that contains valuable demographic information about voters in all 50 states. but on wednesday, a software glitch at the company that manages the database exposed private campaign data to all users on the system. and during that time, about a half an hour, the sanders campaign confirms their data director discovered the flaw and was able to access clinton's voter files. in a statement this morning, the sanders campaign says, "after discussion with the dnc it
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staffers accessed modelling data from another campaign. that behavior is unacceptable and that staffer was immediately fired." the dnc says it has suspended the sanders campaign's access to the database. gayle? >> thank you, nancy. russian president vladimir putin says donald trump is an absolute leader of the presidential race. putin also called him bright and talented during a news conference. the republican frontrunner was glad to hear it. >> well, i welcome it. i think that's great. that's what should be happening. his dislike for president obama, and it's a mutual thing, is terrible. that's why you see all the conflict, all the problems, all the hatred. if we can't work with russia, that's not a good thing. i'm greatly honored by his statement. i think it's terrific. >> putin said yesterday that russia would work with any
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a ceo accused of price gouging for medications is out this morning after being arrested on fraud charges. martin shkreli was arrested and handcuffed by fbi agents for fraud. he was a symbol of corporate agreed by raising the price of a medicine 50 times. >> reporter: the federal indictment alleges martin shkreli siphoned millions of dollars from a pharmaceutical company to repay investors he defrauded in two now defunct hedge funds. they say he built a web of lies and deceit. after pleading not guilty in brooklyn yesterday, he put up $5 million for his bail. federal prosecutors say he ran
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>> he used public companies' assets to pay off his personal debts. > reporter: the criminal indictment claims shkreli lost millions through bad trades with his hedge funds and looted retrophin, a pharmaceutical company where he served at ceo, to pay back disgruntled clients. shkreli told one investor his hedge fund held $35 million in assets, when it actually only had $700. >> i'm a capitalist. i'm trying to create a big, successful, profitable drug company. >> reporter: shkreli was widely vilified in september when his company, turing pharmaceuticals, increased the price of a medication 5,000%, to $750. >> there was a company selling an aston martin for the price of
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company, i don't think it's a crime to sell it at the price of a volkswagen. >> one of the cardinal rules in the white collar world is do not draw attention to yourself. >> reporter: while the charges are unrelated to his leadership at turing pharmaceuticals, form federal prosecutor doug byrne says the price hike did put shkreli on the radar. >> when a regulatory body starts looking at one thing, they end up looking at something else. >> reporter: he paid $2 million to buy the only copy of an album by the wu-tang clan. the prosecutors say they did not seize the wu-tang clan album. >> doesn't seem like a lot of people feel sympathy for him
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thank you, anthony. now we turn to villains and storm troopers on the big screen. we're talking about the new movie "star wars." have you heard? it's out. fans lined up for "the force awakens" last night. the movie could break box office records. businesses are trying to cash in big time. vladimir duthiers is outside a theater in new york. vlad, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. there's already a velvet rope here ready for the "star wars" faithful. this is disney's first "star wars" movie since it bought george lucas's company for $4 billion. for many fans and critics, the second trilogy was disappointing. so disney is hoping the force is strong with this one. >> the force. it's calling to you. >> reporter: "star wars" means big business for everyone in its galaxy and beyond.
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movie could bring in between 1.5 and $2 billion in ticket sales. >> merchandising surrounding this film is unprecedented. >> reporter: earnings are expected to stretch far beyond the box office. >> i came across campbell's soup branded with a "star wars" character, a pottery barn bed going for $4,000. >> reporter: sure, millions of "star wars" themed toys will end up under christmas trees this year. but a host of other companies are looking to take advantage of the "star wars" blitz, including shoe designers and household brands. richard barry, global chief merchandising officer for toys 'r us, says the story has had a 40-year relationship with the sci-fi franchise. >> "star wars" has been one of the most important and best selling franchises in our stores, not just in the u.s. but around the world. >> reporter: it's not just well-known chains getting in on
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ample hills creamery is churning out "star wars" ice cream after its co-founder struck up an unlikely friendship with disney ceo bob iger. >> everything that is associated with this franchise does gang busters. we sold as many pints online as we sold online in the year previous. >> reporter: the family-owned businesses decided on two flavors. the light side. >> the lightest, most ethereal ice cream we could do, marsh marshmallow marshmallow. >> reporter: and the dark side. >> espresso fudge brownie. >> reporter: this project is a rare opportunity for him. >> i feel proud that we have done something that feels like ample hills and feels like "star wars." >> reporter: has george lucas sampled it? >> not yet, no. >> reporter: you guys know that i have been a lifelong "star wars" fan. here's a picture of me taken back in 1977. i am ready for this weekend.
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people who have seen the movie love it. we'll get your review later on. thanks a lot. fans of the year's hottest singer are left out in the cold, you could say. ahead, how adele's tou cool temps this morning to kick off our friday. light winds will stick around today and temps will warm up eventually. ............. right now a lot of 30s around the valley so grab a warm jacket and get ready for a pretty nice weekend. ............. there are some winter storm warnings in the sierra with this new storm moving into the pacific northwest. rain and snow will continue to plow into oregon and washington. ............... that system will evenually bring a slight chance of showers to the desert later tomorrow, so be prepared for maybe a little rain as you're out shopping or
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.................. their faith is under fire in the controversy under immigration and terrorism. >> the people that committed those heinous crimes, they were not members of my faith. i want that to be very clear. >> i'm proud to be a muslim. i'm proud to be an american. and no one's going to take that away from me. >> ahead, what muslim-americans say is missing from the conversation. >> the news is back in the morning right here on "cbs this morning." is back this morning right here on "cbs this morning." announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by kay jewelers. everything kiss begins with makes it unforgettable. save 25% on any citizen watch.
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school district leaders say they received a threat similar to the one in l-a this week.. that forced the california school district to close all schools. they tell us the emailed threat was discovered yesterday morning.... schools did remain open. school leaders say the threat was deemed quote "less than credible." c-c-s-d sent a letter to parents saying school staff had been asked to stay alert and to keep students calm and focused on learning. it also stated the district has crisis plans in place and police trained to detect and respond to threats.///
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a jolly man in a red suit crossing the street today... and you'll want to follow all the rules of the road so you don't end up on his naughty list. metro police are conducting "santa in the crosswalk" you'll see him crossing at sahara avenue and las verdes... just west of valley view. this will be going on from 8 am until 11 am.. and there will be a second santa crossing at desert inn near decatur from noon to 3 pm. police are doing this to help cut down on pedestrian crashes./// quick check on your commute i-15 and sahara looking good earlier bridge repair work on sahara between las vegas boulevard and i-15 has wrapped up. moving on to the southern beltway live look at 215 and green valley traffic moving well from henderson to the i-15 interchange 215 from summerlin to the airport on the west side also smooth. < ((sherry swensk)) clear skies and cool temps this morning to
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light winds will stick around today and temps will warm up eventually. ............. right now a lot of 30s around the valley so grab a warm jacket and get ready for a pretty nice weekend. ............. there are some winter storm warnings in the sierra with this new storm moving into the pacific northwest. rain and snow will continue to plow into oregon and washington. ............... that system will evenually bring a slight chance of showers to the desert later tomorrow, so be prepared for maybe a little rain as you're out shopping or heading to holiday parties. .................. cold air will eventually thaw out a bit, but nights will still be chilly. ......... rain moving off the east coast.... and milder temps for christmas
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l lebron james took aing beleap last night with a rough landing. the cleveland cavalier crashed ith a fan sitting courtside. the woman was ellie day, the wife of pga tour golfer jason
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she stayed on the floor several minutes. a metal brace was put on her neck before she was carried out and taken to the hospital. she's been released and is okay. james later tweeted, "my apologies. ellie day, i hope you guys come back to another game soon, love, l.j." you could see where that could hurt. but she's okay. he followed up, that's all right. coming up, muslim-americans react to politicians who challenge their religion. frank luntz spoke to a focus group last night in studio 57. how muslims hope to moved forward with a positive conversation. it's not adele's music that's making fans emotional had to morning. how scalpers stole the show ahead of her concert tour. see what music's biggest names are doing to fight back, ahead. this morning's headlines, the "new york times" reports on
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for mother teresa to become a saint, attributing a second miracle to theresa. a man in brazil was cured of a brain infection after his wife prayed to the nun. the ceremony is expected to take place next year. "the baltimore sun" reports that congressional leaders want to cut funding for a balloon program. those blimps carry radar for missiles defense. in october one broke loose and drifted for hours in maryland and hit power lines before coming down in pennsylvania. "the los angeles times" reports a gas like aneak is forcing students from their schools. the leak is sending massive amounts of methane into the air. thursday, the school board agreed to move 1900 students elsewhere. the gas company says it's received 4500 inquiries about
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"usa today" reports on a drop in arrests of nfl players. this year there were 35 arrests, the lowest since 2000. last year there was a series of violent incidents. the program offers counseling to the players. donald trump's call for a temporary branan on muslims entering the united states has sparked a debate. republican pollster frank luntz led a conversation here in studio 57. good morning. >> good morning. while there wasn't broad consensus on how to curb anti-muslim sentiment in america, everyone agreed this was a conversation that had to happen. how does it feel that your faith
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most disruptive, divisive political conversations in a long, long time? how does that make you feel? >> i feel optimistic, because this give us me a chance and us really are. >> american muslims come from 77 different countries, speak over a hundred different languages and dialects. the media. and largely the narrative is something of isis or someone else. that's not our religion. that's not our narrative. i think it's time for us to take that back. >> i also think it's important not to ignore the fact that all this painful conversation is not necessarily positive, even though it is an opportunity, oftentimes there are manifestations of violence in this rhetoric. >> how is it painful? >> it's a my faith, representative of part of who i am. to see that it's been so
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>> i put a callout to muslim parents across the country not to watch the republican debate, because subjecting our children to hear the hateful stereotyping is actually something that is psychologically impacting. >> don't you want the kids to know the challenges they face? >> i don't want my children to be subjected to racism andville i ification of my faith. >> how many of you are physically afraid? >> there's been an increase of hate crimes that have been reported as well as in the united kingdom there's been a 300% increase in hate crimes. >> do you understand why people are afraid? >> i absolutely understand to a certain degree why people are afraid. we can't hide behind the fact that americans right now, non-muslim-americans, do feel afraid. not because of the fact that
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because somebody looks different. we're not chanting death to america, okay? we don't have bombs in our hands, okay? we're just being ourselves. and this is a narrative that's missing right now. >> i'm proud to be a muslim. i'm proud to be an american. and no one's going to take that away from me. >> so i've got to ask you guys, how did you feel when you first learned that the murderer in san bernardino held your faith? >> every time there's some kind of an attack or crime in this country, i'm literally praying, and i'm sure everyone else here is literally praying it's not a muslim. and when it is, i know exactly what's going to happen. >> the people that committed those heinous crimes, they were not members of my faith. i want that to be very clear. >> therecy cycy cyis a problem. too many american muslims have committed violence. and their interpretation is such that this is in the name of so i don't think we can, you
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there's been too many of these incidents. >> are you muslim first or american first? >> i am an american muslim. i can be both at the same time. i don't choose one over the other. i am both simultaneously. >> there are so many other issues besides our religion. this is not a muslim-only issue. i'm an american. we are americans here. and we have so many facets to our identity. we cannot be characterized in this neat little box. >> repeating that this is un-american, that it's un-american to be hateful toward a group of people, is historically inaccurate, as difficult as that is for me to say. we have targeted, we have discriminated against. we've had internment camps of groups before. history. future. >> frank, this is an important debate, a very important conversation that has to be taking place in america in this time.
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what was in a sense the essence of what you saw and heard here? >> very deep frustration that nobody is listening to them, that they are the focus of debates, that they are the focus of all sorts of conversations. many of them negative. and that they don't have a voice, that they're being attacked by the leading presidential candidates and no one is hearing their response. they were so grateful to be gathered in that room to have the chance to speak out. by the way, charlie, there's going to be a much longer clip of this on cbsn. you can go to the web and see ten minutes of this, because we left out so much. the anger towards donald trump, the fear that they have walking in the streets every day. these are voices that aren't heard. >> do they speak to the responsibility of muslims to get engaged in this conversation? >> they do, but they also speak -- and i kept trying to ask them that, and they spoke to the responsibility of the media and of society not to label them and not to discriminate against
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the name of a religion that they would argue isn't practicing, that they're committing crimes that these people end up getting blamed for. they talk about the discrimination. and it is very dramatic. for me it was very emotional. i was trying to be diplomatic. but i'm going to admit something. i did not push as much as i normally do in these sessions. >> why? >> the reason why is because i wanted their voice to be unedited. i did not want to push them into saying things they did not believe. their animosity towards donald trump is unprecedented. and what i would love to see is trump at a muslim community, have him hear what they had to say. it would be so dramatic. >> words are very powerful and can be very hurtful. that's why it's so important you had this conversation. a reminder, you can't paint anybody with one brush. >> exactly. >> cannot do it. >> everyone's got to get heard. >> the beginning of a conversation hopefully that will lead to some resolution.
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from dearborn, michigan, to los angeles, we're gathering voices from the islamic community. we'll highlight those on our facebook and instagram pages. for more, go to would you pay thousands to see adele perform live? there's a website trying to help fans level the field against scalpers who are scooping up all the tickets. that's coming up next. you're watching "cbs this morning." zack. turning it on now.
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you look like a movie >> love that lyric. "when we were young" is one of the most popular songs on adele's album "25." but fans might have to pay high prices. scalpers spent hours trying to get tickets to adele's first american tour in five years. vinita nair shows us how many were left empty handed. good morning.
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many of the shows are in huge arenas that seat thousands of fans. adele's fans tried to keep the tickets out of the hands of scalpers who resell the tickets for big profits. hello, it's me >> reporter: adele is the reigning queen of heartbreak. now many fans are feeling the pain. some received this message when they tried to buy tickets -- "no seats available." memes like this made the rounds on social media. >> people were upset. they were weeping big adele tears while listening to adele music and trying to buy adele
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>> reporter: her new album, "25," has sold more than five million copies. the tour quickly sold out and almost immediately tickets were posted on sites like stub hub, premium seats selling for $10,000 in madison square garden in new york city. the secondary ticket market is estimated to be worth a reported $8 billion a year. earlier this week the group mumford and sons posted on their blog saying, we want fans of the band to be able to get into the shows for the right price. adele's team says it worked hard to ensure her concert tickets went directly to her fans. she's one of many artists who work with a site that works to weed out secondary sellers by managing ticket sales through an artist website orphan fan club.
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>> virtually everything created to shut out scalpers has been conquered by scalpers. >> reporter: adele's team had no comment, but the singer's management said they have done everything in their power to get the tickets in the hands of fans. you have to imagine it's frustrating for them too. >> they actually hire coders to grab as many tickets as they can. it's quite the system. >> vinita, thank you. if you still have to buy gifts, you could see some cash by shopping online today. we'll explain how. plus this daredevil is skyping from the clouds.
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[ screaming ] okay? >> i didn't hear a word you said! >> [ bleep ]. >> no! >> this irish thrill seeker jumped out of a plane in a tandem sky dive in australia while skipg hisyping his surprised parents all the way down. they thought he was on a bus. they had no idea. >> apple keeps big money overseas and away from uncle sam. is that fair? charlie talks with ceo tim coets a blunt response. we will preview sunday's
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morning."> ikea coming to the valley next year at the durango curve it's starting to look more like the actual store from now.. they broke ground in april and are working on the interior now... the building is over 350 thousand square feet on 26 acres.. on the first floor, there's the warehouse, kids play area, and the marketplace.. on the second floor... there's the furniture showroom and restaurant. the vegas ikea will use all l- e-d lights both inside and outside...
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hundred solar panels on the roof. ((amy jensen/ikea store manager: "it's a commitmet by ikea, it really stems from our swedish heritage to make sure we take care of our environment. )) ((brian loftus)) this will be the 42 ikea store to open in the us. this will be the 42 ikea store to open in the us. the company says it will be open by next summer and they hope it will be closer to june than september./// ((brian loftus)) > today...metro police are putting on a santa suit for pedestrian safety. they'll be at sahara avenue and las verdes... just west of valley view if you see santa in the crosswalk... you have to stop. failure to stop can result in a costly citation. the effort is designed to help cut down on pedestrian accidents. the event lasts from 8 to 11 a- m... and there will be a second enforcement at desert inn near decatur from noon to 3:00./// want to check on your commute
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> ((sherry swensk)) clear skies and cool temps this morning to kick off our friday. light winds will stick around today and temps will warm up eventually. ............. right now a lot of 30s around the valley so grab a warm jacket and get ready for a pretty nice weekend. ............. there are some winter storm warnings in the sierra with this new storm moving into the pacific northwest. rain and snow will continue to plow into oregon and washington. ............... that system will evenually bring a slight chance of showers to
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prepa it's not about the money we don't need your money it is friday, i want to say that again. it's friday, i'm so happy. it's december 18, 2015. there is for real news ahead,
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shopping will save money. free shipping day could set a trend for the whole year. but first, here's today's eye opener at 8:00. prosecutors say he did have plans for other mass shootings with his long-time friend and neighbor. the sanders campaign says that one of our staffers accessed modeling data from another campaign. martin screlli has spent two decades in lies and deceit. if you put a backdoor in, that backdoor is available to good guys and badad guys. some people at disney world will be selected for that additional lal screening. they went to great lengths to get the tickets out of the
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the tickets are already showing up for thank youousands of dollars. testing tiszing billboards with hidden microsoft hammers so if it detects you losing interest, it can put that geico gecco in something low cut. i'm charlie rose with gayle king and christine johnson. a friend of the san bernardino shooters is h in jail this morning and he is revealing details for other planned attacks, enrique marquez bought the rifles for syed rizwan farook and tashfeen malik. marquez is not charged with
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never happened. >> the two wanted to attack riverside community college targeting the cafeteria and the library to create the most casualties. they also allegedly planned a rush sure attack on a busy state highway. farook planned to throw a bomb into traffic and marquez would shot for first responders and shoot them if necessary. marquez says he moved away from farook in 2012. the man who boosted an aids drug by 5,000% is out on bail on unrelated charges. they accused him of a ponzi scheme of his former company. about a month ago. schrelli began live streaming himself on youtube. >> he recorded himself worksing
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he even recorded himself sleeping. schrelli defended himself against critics who accused him of price gouging. he paid $2 million for the only copy of a rap group's only album. when fans asked him to play it, he dangled it in front of web fans. on the eve of the next democratic debate, the bernie sanders campaign is now blocksed from using the party's voter files. a software flaw allowed sanders day a zeta director viewed likely voters for clinton's campaign. he predicted their partnership would h help them create a political revolution. but a nationwide poll out this
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leading sanders by 31 points. nancy cordis is with us from washington. nancy, good morning. how big of a problem is this for the sanders campaign? >> even the campaign acknowledges that it's significant. what the dnc has done is to temporarily cut off the camp pain access to this voter database. they can't even access their own voter files that they have stored on the system and that's just with only weeks to go before the caucuses and primary. >> before this broke, he was having a good day. >> he picked up a key endorsement, he's got millions of individual donors, but the sanders campaign said, look, we moved very quickly when we found out that the staffer accessed the data, we fired him. and actually they have been warning the dnc for months that all candidates can access this data.
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interesting challenge in this debate, because as you pointed outs, she's leading bernie sanders almost two to one nationally. you can see where she might want to play it safe in this debate. but she is trailing sanders in new hampshire by 10 points according to some polls and this debate is in new hampshire tomorrow night. so she needs to convince local voters that she wants it and they shouldn't vote for sanders who's from neighboring vermont so this pool of voters knows him very well. >> is the republicans have been getting all the attention, so does this hurt hillary clinton as she makes it to the election. >> >> if there was a high-minded spirited debate going on on the other side, that would be a problem for her, and there is some of that going on. when you've got your poechblt calling vladimir a chaos candidate, at that point hillary clinton is happy to fly uncan der the radar, it gives her some
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caucuses and the primaries. after changing it's management team tim cook named the man that will fill his own job. cook became apple's first operating officer in more than four years, cook took that position to replace steve jobs whose health was failing. i have more of my interview with cook on 60 minutes, one of the many controversies that cook faces, taxes from swroefr seas assets. >> how do you feel when you go before congress and they say you ear a tax avoider? >> what i told them and what i'll tell you and the folks watching tonight is, we pay ministermore taxes in this country than anyone. >> they know that and you should because of how much money you make. >> i don't deny that. we happily pay it. >> you probably have more money over seas than any other american company. >> we do because 2/3 of our business is over there.
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>> i would love to bring it home. >> why don't you? >> because it would cost me 40% to bring it home. and i don't think it's a reasonable things to do. this is a tax code that was made for the industrial age, not the digital age. it's backwards, it's awful for america, it should have been fixed many years ago. >> apple is engaged in a sophisticated scheme to pay little or no corporate tagses on $74 billion in revenue held overseas. >> that is total political crap. there's no traututh behind it. apple a pays every tax dollar we owe. >> he made that clear. >> he did and apple's not -- apple is like a lot of other multinational corporation, they're not bringing some of the profits they make overseas home because of the tax structure. the interesting thing i want to say about the two pieces, all of that is in part two about the changeses facing apple.
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and this remarkable process in which apple sort of defines it's products defined by johnny ive which is a man most people don't know about. >> you know what's so interesting to me is that tim cook rarely ever gives interviews. so that's interesting to me. >> there's a lot of important questions for america. >> they sure are, and everybody i know has an iphone. >> that's why they're the richest company in america, in the world. >> you can see charlie's 60-minute sunday interview with tim cook, we'll go through the entire process that gave folks products like the iphone and the ipad. that's sunday on cbs. and with we have a christmas present from charlie rose, he's such a generous fellow.
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check the calendar. now. shipping companies, this morning, are racing to get deliveries done on time. but it is also a special day if you like buying gifts online. free shipping day means that some retailers will waive the fee on the things you buy no
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online sales could hit $105 billion this season a gain of 6% over last year. cbs contributor nicholas thompson is the editor of "the new yorker".com. thank you for joining us. >> glad to be here. >> how much attention do shippers pay to shipping costs? >> massive. when you look what retailers are looking for when they choose their store and products free shipping is the top priority besides price. important thing and lots of retailers are using it now. >> are you surprised ewe even have free shipping? >> i think free shipping is miracle. you can imagine instead of having free shipping you have all of these hidden fees, right? what free shipping does is it tells you when you buy something for $129 and cost you that plus tax.
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six fees after that. i think it's because of amazon. they offer free shipping and everybody has to match it and it's actually a very consumer friendly evolution. >> are we going to see this in the future free shipping everywhere? >> we kind of do. the exact data is hard to find but it's a huge percentage. perhaps more than 50% of purchases online have free shipping. look at the retailers that have free shipping today. it's massive and i think one of the things priced into the market and adds a lot of clarity and won't mean you pay less, right? the retailers need to make a certain amount of profit but it will make it clear and possible to compare and know what you're actually spending. >> does it matter if it's free -- doesn't matter if it's free if it doesn't get there on time. >>. can they keep up with the demand? christmas is a week away. >> a cyber monday a lot of
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if you're buying online or shipping your own products, i would suggest you do it right now. i would also suggest you don't even open your browser or look at your phone after monday. just go into the store after that. because it's not going to make it! given on what we have seen so far. >> it will make it for christmas? >> it will make it for christmas. buy today you will be fine. middle of next week you'll have unhappy friends or family members. >> fountain company says i'm going to get it by december 23rd. >> guaranteed sometimes. >> exactly. can i make sure that it's going to be there? >> i would have a certain amount of confidence. remember, these are companies that are going to be driving on icy roads and more packages than ever been before and try to get people work overtime shifts before christmas and the logistics on complicated. the last time in 2013 a lot of packages didn't get near where they were supposed to on becember 25th. add flexibility for a into your
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or go for it but you're taking a risk. >> cyberdelivers took 20% longer. >> a lot of reports trucks haven't been unloaded yet and problems with supplies. i'm a little hesitant and i think be a little early. get the two-day shipping option and do it three or four days in advance. >> after that, you'll get it in person. >> i've ordered all of your presents and they should be getting there very soon. >> touche. nicely done. president obama eats a bear's leftovers. we will get a taste of the president's alaskan adventure in the wild and the message he is trying to send coming up next on "cbs this morning."before there could be a nation, there had to be people willing to fight for it,
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president obama shows his adventurous side and featured last night in the reality show "running wild with bear grylls." a spice of life we rarely see. >> why wouldn't the bear finish this? this looks like a nice looking piece of fish. let's try that. tasty.
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the show was intermediate in september on the president's trip to alaska. his goal was to highlight the effects of krimt changeclimate change. the president in the wild under tight security and uses a smartphone. >> i got my own. although i never know how to work this. i got to reverse it. this thing, right? there we go. hey, joe, what is the code? i need pass code! do you remember it? i got to take a shot right here. oops. >> come on, president, you've done it again. this is excruciating. i'm sure my girls will be mortified by my lack of technology cal prowess. it's possible you guys could edit that out? maybe not. >> it's too gooed goo to be edited out. he described one of the best
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i love the line "what is the code? ". >> everybody who saws that says, thank god, i like the fact he couldn't do it because i've had that problem myself. >> the teenagers in the hou know how to do it. writer, actor, and producer, director, author, comedian, and now add app developer. the multitasking b.j. novak is in our toyota green room and he will show us how he is leaping into the tech world. that is all ahead after your local news. ((brian loftus)) > a man is dead after he was hit by a dump truck. n-h-p says it happened yesterday at 215 and ann road... they say the man drove his dodge into the opposite lane of traffic on 215...and into the path of the truck. the driver of the dodge was pronounced dead on scene. his name has not yet been released./// ((brian loftus)) > tonight...the linq promenade invites guests to 'pucker up for a pooch' and raise money for local animal rescues. homeless dogs from las vegas hot diggity dachshund club &
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their forever family. if you adopt -- you'll receive a free high roller annual pass. animal lovers who donate $10 will receive a free standard ticket. it's tonight from five to nine. /// ((brian loftus)) > the holy war is coming to las vegas this weekend. byu takes on utah this saturday in the royal purple las vegas bowl at sam boyd stadium. tickets have sold out.. the players from both teams spent some time volunteering yesterday around town. the teams will be hosting a - off press conference this afternoon... the final event before tomorrow's kick-off./// now we want to get a check on your commute < > metro police are conducting "santa in the crosswalk" you'll see him crossing at sahara avenue and las verdes... just west of valley view. this will be going on from 8 am until 11 am.. and there will be a second santa
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decatur from noon to 3 pm. police are doing this to help cut down on pedestrian crashes./// < > < ((sherry swensk)) clear skies and cool temps this morning to kick off our friday. light winds will stick around today and temps will warm up eventually. ............. right now a lot of 30s around the valleyso grab a warm jacket and get ready for a pretty nice weekend. ............. there are some winter storm warnings in the sierra with this new storm moving into the pacific northwest. rain and snow will continue to plow into oregon and washington. ............... that system will evenually bring a slight chance of showers to the desert later tomorrow, so be prepared for maybe a little rain as you're out shopping or heading to holiday parties. .................. cold air will eventually thaw out a bit, but nights will still be chilly. ......... rain moving off the east coast....
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week. . welcome back to "cbs this morning," christmas is a week away today. get ready. coming up in this half hour, b.j. novak left the office
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of his celebrities along as he has a new app. we're going to bring him to you. plus a little christmas present from everyone here at "cbs this morning." we're pleased to share our own reading of the classic story, "'twas the night before christmas" that's ahead. but now it's time to show you some of our morning's headlines from across the globe. babarafaeli suspected of tax evasion, she and her more were detained in tel aviv briefly and then released. rafaelly failed to report millions of dollars in income. a big move off the court by a cleveland player imman shepard shepard. he helped to deliver his daughter, he played the role of doctor for his newborn.
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>> they named him imman, shepard jr. and the guardian show this is year's christmas picture of prince william and his wife indicate and their children. we dug up this virginia from our archives that shows princess diana taking william to his first day of nursery school back in 1985. >> b.j. novak made a name for himself in hollywood as an actor, writer and high school producer and the head tv comedy "the office jrgsz." he created an app called wolf. >> for just $12.99 a month, wolf
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tell you when i can show you. i just sent mason a woof. >> ryan, you have a woof on line one. >> thank you, erin. woof. >> now b.j. novak is really adding app developer to his resume. the list app you can make lists about various top eckictopics, snoop dogg made one with chicken and waffles. b.j. novak, good morning. so what's going on in your life that said, you know what we need, a list? >> it looks like when i played@ the guy on tv, i thought i would do it in real life. >> because we all can do it, right? >> we all make lists, we all think in lists, it's not just what my favorite movies are
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what are my memories of this or that. and i thought it would be great if you could share a list. it's the kind of lists you keep on your phone, you ask your friends over e-mail, but there's no one place. so i asked my friend mindy, i asked her if she could make a list of good places to buy a gift for someone. and i thought if she put this on a list where other people could benefit from it. so that's why i thought about it. because we thinks in lists so often, it's much a ease requestier to express yourself in that forum, where you can be approximate funny, you can be insightful and people end up creating things that are way more elaborate and express sif and personal than they ever thought they would. >> in some cases, it's a trip inside somebody's mind? >> i thought we're going to take all the lists that are normally
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it turns out there's over 100,000 lists in the first two months and it's really because we have lists in our brains and that's where they're going. >> b.j., i would like to imagine the day ringo put o'clockctopus. george doesn't want to be the one to tell ringo. >> sheryl straight is one. a lot of people come on and they write these sort of stories in lists. >> what was mindy's list of shopping? >> you said you asked mindy because she was a very good shopper? >> she did a list of stores, she did a list called makeup for brown skinned babes, she wanted to recommend her favorite products to people. >> do you have a list? >> i do. when i heard he was doing this, i said i want to play. >> this is gayle's list. things to do when hell freezes over.
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>> i even like to have a little wedge to my flip-flops. >> "cbs this morning" cooking segments. >> can you see charlie in an apron, bj.? >> no, you can't. >> i started reading books, you wear a costume very well. >> next on the list, two words. yoga. >> charlie and gayle test survival skills on "celebrity naked". >> we were trying to get viewers here, b.j. >> producers out there are probably pitching that idea right now. >> i learned so much about you from this list. it was so funny and i know all your likes and dislikes. >> tell us what you think you learned? not a benefit from yoga? >> cautious about public nudity. >> anxious about nudity, that's true.
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your opinion is, is that public nudity? >> my point is -- >> if you had been asked to write an essay, you know, i think you would have been -- you're all writers, but you would have been overwhelmed, but we all think this way and it's helpful to share this with your friends. >> there's many celebrities that i think have huge heads. >> is she look at your big head? >> apparently. and apparently i'm a celebrity. >> this is what mindy said, my relationship with b.j. novak is weird as hell, he's not my boyfriend, he's not my best friend. i guess you could describe our relationship as camaraderie with large arguments. >> you can request a listing from me. >> you also are working on a new book? >> yeah. >> yes or no.
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figure something out. i think she's such a fantastic writer and i think that our arguments together are very fun, is so hopefully we'll figure out a way to do that. >> you're a good writers too. there's ways to tell her that charles rose loves her. >> it's a great app, it's a lot of fun. >> great news list this morning too. later this morning, we will have a new twist on a classic tale, to do not miss it. >> 'twas the night before christmas when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.
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with his reading of 'twas the almost 200 years ago a new yorker by the name of klement clark moore wrote what he believed would be a poignant christmas poem. the story was later published and soon became a classic. but many people do not know that today's conception of santa claus being a pump fellow. reading the story has been a timeless christmas tradition in homes across t t country.
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hand at it. here is our very own "'twas the night before christmas." >> 'twas the night before christmas by clement clark moore. 'twas the night before christmas when all through the house, not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. the stockings were hung by the chimney with care, in hopes that st. nickolas soon would be there. visions of sugar plums danced in their heads. with mama in her cher chif and me in my ---when on the lawn there sprang stuff a clatter, away from my window i flew like a flash, throw help the shutters and threw up the sash. the moon on the brisk of the new
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midday to objects below. when what to my wandering eyes did appear, but a miniature sleigh and eight tiny reindeer, with a little old driver so lively and quick, i knew he must be st. nick. he whistled and shouted and called them by name. now dasher, now dancer, now prancer and vixon, on comet and cupid and donner and blitzen. new dash away, dash away all. before the wild hurricane fly when a they meet with an o'clock stack kl mounted to the sky, up to the house top the courses they flew, with a sleigh full of toys and st. nickolas too, and
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the roof and the prancing of the paws of each little roof. down the chimney st. nickolas came with a bound. he was dressed all in fur from his head to his foot with ashes from head to foot. his eyes how they twinkled, his dimps how merry, hiss cheeks were like roses, his nose like a cherry, his drawn little mouth was up like a bow and his chin was as white as the snow. his pipe he held tight in his cheek. he had a broad base and a little round belly, that shook when he laughed leek a bowl full of jelly, he was chubby and plump, a right jolley old elf, and i
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a wink of his eye and a twist of his head told me to know, i had nothing to dread. he spoke not a word, but went straight to his work and filled all the stockings then turned with a jerk and laying his finger aside his nose and giving a nod up the chimney he rose. he sprang to his sleigh to his team gave a whistle and away they all flew like the down of a thistle, i heard him exclaim as he rode out of sight, merry christmas to all and to all a good night. >> beautifully done. >> for some odd reason i feel like snuggling in your lap right now. what is that? it's like when you were a kid, when wru used to read that to your own children or it was read to you. i wasn't tried to go to a bad
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>> you can make a list of all the things we loved about that reading. >> it's a classic, weal look at
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of the week next on cbs. all i want for christmas is you >> that does it for on us. for news any time, anywhere, watch our digital news work 24/7. >> we keel america safe. >> safe. >> terrorism overshadowed every other topic. >> frankly, it's time to shoot the russians in the nose. >> shoot down the planes of the russian pilots. >> here you have your candidate. >> the problem they don't realize we are already in world war iii. this is a new world war and won't look like the last two.
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determined this enemy can be in turkey. >> what motivated this couple to open fire at the inland regional center. >> this is a person with lots of red lights. >> leaders cannot idea. >> the next message to them is simple -- you are next." >> a southwest airlines plane rolled off a taxiway. >> something happened with the wheel that caused the plane to bounce. >> tell me what democracy looks like! >> five officers have their hearing set. >> strong chemicals needed to clean the water ended up corroding the pipes. >> the fact of the matter i handed them the glass with the water. >> they often led with her head but wambach always led with her heart. >> it is my honor to represent you all. >> thank you, abby! >> the premiere here in hollywood was so massive they shut down four city blocks. >> did you do your own sound effects?
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performance to the memory of harrison ford. >> what do you mean memory? >> no one should ever forget. >> [ bleep ]. >> here, i'm always george ""star wars" lucas. >> what do you want the first line of your obituary to say? >> i was a great dad. >> i told you! men take things! white man, white woman, black man, black woman. and we are holding on to the last rung. >> i get that. i could cry! >> i know! because it's true! >> i'm about to turn 78. this is the happiness i have ever been. i live my day as if it was the last >> we are all upside down together. >> almost four years going to mars and back. >> takes an extraordinary person. >> do you want me to write you a recommendation, gayle? >> that is gayle. >> read these all summer. >> spend it like no other. >> 'twas the nice before
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>> charlie showed up wearing my christmas card this morning. >> very nice card showing the three kids. >> oh, wearing a christmas card? >> did you see him wearing it earlier? >> i didn't get a christmas card! >> that was not at the cbs christmas card doing jell-o shots out of charlie rose's navel with "two broke girls." >> i'm loik to have you. >> i made you a christmas card necklace! >> nice! so i take it all back, norah. >> i didn't get your christmas
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>> i didn't send any ((brian loftus)) > a metro officer is recovering this morning after getting shot on the job. the shooting happened yesterday around noon at an apartment complex near las vegas boulevard and pebble. police say that officer was shot after responding to an unrelated domestic disturbance call. police say an armed assailant exchanged gunfire with the officer, who was wounded in the arm and upper chest. investigators searched for the suspect for several hours.. he was finally located a few
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shooting took place and now police are looking into whether or not he had any help: ((sheriff joe lombardo // metro police: "we did have a pretty tight perimeter associated with the event and hopefully we'll be able to discern that from the interview with the suspect but he was able to get out of the perimeter.")) ((brian loftus)) sheriff lombardo says it's not clear what prompted the shooting or how the man was able to sneak past police. there is no information yet on the identity of the suspect. the sheriff says the wounded officer is a 21- year veteran on the force./// ((brian loftus)) > today...metro police are putting on a santa suit for pedestrian safety. they'll be at sahara avenue and las verdes... just west of valley view if you see santa in the crosswalk... you have to stop. failure to stop can result in a costly citation. the effort is designed to help cut down on pedestrian accidents. the event lasts from 8 to 11 a- m... and there will be a second enforcement at desert inn near decatur from noon to 3:00./// ((brian loftus)) > local baseball stars bryce harper and kris bryant received the keys to the city. mayor carolyn goodman and her
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goodman hosted the ceremony last night downtown. harper now plays for the washington nationals and was just named national league mvp. bryant suits up for the chicago cubs and was named national league rookie of the year. the two say they hope to go on to win a world series one day./// < ((sherry swensk)) clear skies and cool temps this morning to kick off our friday. light winds will stick around today and temps will warm up eventually. ............. right now a lot of 30s around the valley so grab a warm jacket and get ready for a pretty nice weekend. ............. there are some winter storm warnings in the sierra with this new storm moving into the pacific northwest. rain and snow will continue to plow into oregon and washington. ...............
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a slight chance of showers to the desert later tomorrow, so be prepared for maybe a little rain as you're out shopping or heading to holiday parties. .................. cold air will eventually thaw out a bit, but nights will still be chilly. ......... rain moving off the east coast....
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