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guzman tells penn, he is the world's largest drug supplyer and that it's a reality that drugs destroy. guzman is back in the same prison he escaped from six months ago. this time the prison is surrounded by tanks and soldiers. the tunnel he used to escape has been sealed with concrete. now, guzman is being moved from vel to cell and is not being held on the ground floor. guzman's attorney, meantime, is challenging the extra diction request. an investigation has been opened that could include sean penn. later today, "rolling stone" plans to release more of penn's interview with guzman. >> thank you, don. the mother of the texas teen who used the affluenza defense in the deadly drunking case is expected to be released from custody today. tawnya coach posted bond after her bail was redawesed from 1 million to 75,000. couch was brought back to texas
ethan at a mexican reassortment she is charged with hindering the apprehension of a fellen. now to a debate over breast cancer screening. there is much controversy over when to start mammograms. an independent task force is out with the latest recommendations. >> reporter: the debate over breast cancer screening have left many women confused. >> it's a woman's health thing that has changed over the years. >> reporter: the u.s. preventative service task force is continuing to recommend mammograms every other year for women ages 50 to 74. they say screening can be effective but overdiagnosis is a concern. >> the harm needs to be carefully -- the task force supports women having this information and making individualized informed choices. >> reporter: the recommendations come after the american cancer
women should now start annual mammograms at age 45. this doctor from nyu medical center says she's concerned about the information. >> the doctors don't need to look. together those three things together i think creates a worrisome vacuum for me. we have to remember that women in their 40s and below still get breast cancer. >> reporter: danielle notingham, "cbs news." >> we will talk with cancer expert dr. david agus coming up on "cbs this morning." up to another foot of snow is expected overnight and today in buffalo, new york. the winter weather arrived during last nate's rush, slowing down traffic. 1500 homes in the county lost power. and hopefully the owner of this car has a really good ice scraper. buffalo's chilly weather froze this car in its place after rain turned to snow as temperatures fell.
yusz. >> we appreciated if you let law enforcement do their job. >> federal and local law enforcement removed a passenger from a flight from los angeles to miami on monday after he allegedly shoved a flight attendant. a producer from our cbs miami station recorded an air marshall following the man to restrain him until police arrived and took him away in handcuffs. a village in new york votes on a controversial logo and new details in the investigation into an assault in a brookn ly park. those are some of the headlines on the morning news stands. the "new york times" reports, three teens are now charged with
brooklyn park. police say the 18-year-old woman was attacked thursday night as she walked with her father. charges against a fourth are pending and police are looking for a fifth suspect. the daily mail reports, the american woman kill in italy was last seen alive in a seedy club t. paper says 35-year-old ashley olsen visited the monte carlo club in florence on thursday. police believe she might have been killed by someone she met there and invited back to her home. the syracuse post-standard reports on a town voting to keep a controversial bill village seal. this is the seal of upstate new york. some say it depicts a white settleer choking a native american man. town officials say it's a friendly whesling match between a town founder and a member of a local tribe. and "variety" reports on the
the country. >> >> there has been an explosion in istanbul. the explosion rocked an area popular with tourists. police and ambulances have rushed to the scene. the exploeg was likely caused by a suicide bomber. now, early retirement for circus elephants and a megadrug merger. jill wager is at the new york more. >> good morning. drug maker shire bought megadrug dealer. treatment for rare diseases is a lucrative area in the drug industry.
following a last minute comeback. the s&p rose 1. the nasdaq lost 5. if you think your ride in an uber car is costing less. you are right. they cut prices in 100 canadian and u.s. cities. in some areas, this is the third year in a row they cut fares. uber says it has less riders during the slower winter season. ringling barnum is retiring elephants a year early. it comes amid scrutiny, the circus announced they would be retired in 2018. circus officials realize they can do it sooner. they will be retired to an elephant conservation in florida. >> jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. thanks a lot, jim. still to come the golden globe moment that exploded on
title. >> here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. >> sales of the late david bowie jumped on saturday. his avatar shot to number one on itunes top monday on sellers and cds and vinyl, it surpassed adele's "25." music surged 2700 percent. it was a moment everyone was talking about after sunday night's golden globes as lady
she brushes leonardo dicaprio who gives her an award winning eye roll. after they showed the moment to di pap priia. your imagine, can you imagine? it's trending. >> oh my god. >> oh lord. >> that's trending, huh? >> that's trending. you see how quick it happens. >> i just didn't know what was happening. >> there is your answer, dicaprio won the best actor role in the "rev naventenant"revenant." nick saban paid off with his fifth national championship and fourth for the crimson tide. in a back and forth national title game, alabama tied clemson in the fourth quarter. that's when he goes for and gets an onside quick a. few plays later.
51 yard touchdown catch to give 'bama the lead for good t. crimson tide comes out on top. alabama's 11th national championship. the nfl is suspending cincinnati bengals linebacker burfict for the hit on antonio brown in saturday's wild card game set up a game winning field goal for pittsburgh. the nfl playoffs continue this weekend, right here on cbs. we'll bring both afc divisional games on saturday the chiefs visit the patriots. on sunday the steelers travel to denver to face off the broncos.
ability to park themselves. it allows model s and suvs to park under certain circumstances without anyone steering. the car also allally drives itself out of the spot. they start about 100 grand. maybe you need to win the lottery to buy one. the lottery has commanded a record jackpot. it's $1.4 billion. we spoke with hopeful ticket buyers. >> reporter: playing a game are you likely to lose may sound counterproductive. but even the slimmest of chances to become one of the wealthiest people in the world has 2 million people per hour trying to cash if on a dream. >> what would you do with the money? >> i'd probably save some for my family and no one really needs that much money. so there is a lot of good causes to share it with.
legal in nevada, but powerball isn't. thousands travel over the california board tore buy tickets. even canadians are heading south to get in on the game t. powerball has provided a business boom to convenience stores. this man's sales have tripled. >> triple, smoke products, tickets. >> the big mistake lottery winners make is they rush. >> reporter: he has been hired by a dozen lottery winners over the past decade. he says it's not only hard to win the money. it's hard to keep it. millionaires? >> all of them. >> reporter: a 2012 study shows 70% of lottery winners end up bankrupt. he recommends taking the projected lump payment of more than $860 million. hiring an accountant, a tax attorney and a financial adviser. after all, they don't make mattresses big enough to hide
"cbs news," new york. >> well the record breaking jackpot is, of course, becoming a punch line for the late night ned yens. >> i did not win the powerball this week. you know who really lost the lotto? el chopapo. the man that built the second lucrative drug empire after pfizer. >> 1.4 billion. that's almost three days of groceries from home foods. i have a pet chimpanzee. i buy the el fant man's bones. i'd be michael jackson. >> that's great. coming up after your local news, more on the powerball lottery and how people outside the country are also trying to cash in. plus, reader's digest reveals 50 secrets hospitals won't tell you and comedian jane
.> president obama will speak to the nation tonight in his last state of the union address. what he'll be talking about... and the special guests he invited to attend. plus-- ((gunshots being fired)) ((kirsten joyce)) > new video shows the moments before mexican marines caught "el chapo". we take a closer look where the