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peter taub also lost his life. his mother runs this washington restaurant and posted a note on the door saying they were closed to mourn this horrible loss. a regular customer vivian ramgate, left a teddy bear and a christmas tree at the front door. >> i'm grieving for my friends. and i'm truly devastated. >> the three other airmen killed were michael cinco, chester mcbride, and louis bonacasa. only a day after the northwestern ambush, they went to the aid of the afghan army trying to hold off the takeover of taliban. the taliban has been gaining strength ever since the end of the u.s. combat mission and drawdown. they released a photograph of the bomber they claimed attack the american. these deaths are especially heart breaking for so many families. coming right before christmas and just months after president
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longest war in american history. pentagon. iraqi forces say that they are on the verge of retaking a key city from isis fighters. ramadi is the capital of anbar province and it'ss loss was a government. yesterday, they entered the city's outskirts but they expect a tough fight. it's estimated up to 10,000 civilians remain in the city. coming up, we will discuss the situation in iraq with cbs news senior security contributor and former cia deputy director. that is on "cbs this morning." army sergeant bowe bergdahl has delayed his plea for leaving his post in afghanistan in 2009. bergdahl was arraigned tuesday at ft. bragg on charges of desertion and misbehavior before the enany. he was held by the taliban for five years until being free inside a controversial prisoner swap. bergdahl faces a possible life sentence.
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off and hit a bystander who is in stable condition. the search for a christmas grinch who swiped packages. a new security breach involving the secret service. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. a blik lives matter protest set for america's biggest mall. today's demonstration is over last month's deadly shooting of clark. mall of america sought a court order blocking the protest. a judge yesterday barred three organizers, but said she couldn't stop everyone else. "the washington post" reports on a new embarrassment for the secret service. police say an agent's handgun, radio, and badge were stolen from his car in washington. it happened about a block from the agency's headquarters. a congressional investigation
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service -- robert dear is back in court today. at a hearing two weeks ago, dear yelled out at least 15 times, declaring himself guilty. his attorney may seek to have dear declared mentally incompetent. he is charged with killing three people in the attack and he vowed to refuse a psychological evaluation. the los angeles review journal reports on the driver accused of deliberately plowing into a crowd. lakeisha holloway is expected in court today. prosecutors charged the homeless woman with murder, child abuse, and hit and run. sunday night's crash killed one person and injured dozens more. "the chattanooga times free press" reports on a grinch accused of stealing packages delivered to homes. police are searching for this man who is suspected of swiping packages off front porches after they have been dropped off by u.p.s., fedex, or the postal service.
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the country. a very close call for a world cup skier in italy. he was nearly hit by a drone that crashed down behind him on the solemn course. it was carrying a tv camera that was shooting the race. herber finished the race and didn't seem to notice. he came in second. on the cbs money watch. a boost for obamacare sign-up. hena daniels is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. more than 8 million people have signed up via the federal insurance exchange. that doesn't include sign-ups in
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this is the third obamacare open enrollment and more people are participating. gains by energy companies led a broad rally on wall street. the dow jones gained 165 points. there has been another hollywood hacking. alonzo knowles is accused of stealing private sex videos and he is held without bail. he tried to sell the materials when undercover agent claimed he had materials from 130 entertainment stars and executives. we are learning that twitter filed a patent for a drone that would be controlled by tweets. the messaging enabled unmanned vehicle. the patent application says drone control may be determined through democratic means. that means a bunch of people trying to control the same
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chances are, the faa probably isn't going to go for this. >> i'm thinking that drone isn't going anywhere either. hena daniels at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, hena. social media goes wild after a bright light is scene streaking over three western states. later, the university of florida's one-handed guard makes a basket of a lifetime. and that is where soup comes from. campbell's fresh-brewed soups. oh, i thought we were talking about babies. made for real, real life. mom! coughing...sniffling... and wishing you could stay in bed all day. when your cold is this bad... need new theraflu expressmax. theraflu expressmax combines... maximum strength medicines available without a prescription... fight your worst cold and flu symptoms... you can feel better fast and
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. what is that? i hope it's not -- >> it's something bright. [ inaudible ] a lot further than that. >> yeah. what is that? that was the question a lot of people were asking last night
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this fireball lit up the sky from california to arizona. the u.s. strategic command says it was debris from a russian rocket that launched on monday. people captured the unusual event and posted their videos on social media. it's unknown where the debris landed, if any actually reached the ground. zach hodskins is probably the most celebrated walk-on player in college basketball history. and despite being born without a left hand, hodskins is a member of the university of florida's team. last night, the second-year player scored his first point as a collegiate. hodskins drives the hoop and scores in the final minute of florida's victory over jacksonville. that is how you want to do it. a couple of nhl players were not in the holiday spirit all last night. good thing the announcer was. >> ho, ho, ho! this could be something!
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we wish you a merry christmas we wish you a merry christmas and a happy new year >> randall gets up and is bunches! i love the holidays! >> boston bruins announcer jack edwards providing the backing vocals for a fight between reaves. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," holiday travel tips from peter greenberg. i'm anne-marie green. and this is the "cbs morning news." just press clean and let roomba from irobot help with your everyday messes. roomba navigates your entire home cleaning up pet hair and debris for up to 2 hours. which means your floors are always clean. you and roomba from irobot
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a house in kirkland, washington, helps christmas lights to a new level. he uses 175,000 lights to decorate his hawk house for the past five years. but some neighbors are fed up with the traffic and noise. mitch received a letter from the city warning him that he could be fined for not having a permit. it's a lot. operation secret santa is under way at a louisiana police department. instead of handing out tickets, officers are spreading holiday cheer. ashley roddrick of our local affiliate reports. >> reporter: deputy chief doug aerowood is on a stakeout. he and the rest of the police department are following special orders. >> today is a gloomy day outside. weather is nasty, but we are going to brighten it up.
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with an arsenal of 50 100 dollar bills to spread cash throughout the community. >> it speaks volumes of your character. you're not giving your hard-earned money for any type of recognition. you simply want to make a difference in someone's life. jingle bells jingle bells jingle bells all the way >> reporter: he surprised kimberly waurltslters. >> i was wondering if i could help you out with a little secret santa cheer. you get a hundred dollar bill. merry christmas. >> thank you! >> reporter: walters who works with special needs children, says she is planning to use the money on them. rosy parker was stunned by the gift. >> merry christmas. >> thank god! thank you! >> reporter: since the program
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dollars, he hopes to spread more than christmas cheer. >> i would like to see other agencies do the same thing. that would be fantastic. >> thank you, thank you, thank you. >> have a merry christmas. here i am with a hundred one's to brighten up your day coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we will have much more on the space debris that lit up the western skies overnight. plus travel expert peter greenberg has tips on surviving your trip this holiday season. and we will talk with kennedy center honoree. >> the genius? not if you ask him. it's just hard work. this is what you were studying this morning? >> yeah. studying. >> reporter: throughout most of his career he was up by 4:00 or 5:00 a.m. reading music. even on the day we met at the
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an opera. you study other parts of his life? >> right. >> that's all ahead on "cbs this morning." that is the "cbs morning news"
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have a great day.> many of our viewers.. as well as residents across two other states.. saw this streak of light in the sky last night. and it caused social media to blow up! what military officials say the mysterious light was.
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