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at 4-30. have a great weekend. row. fair rose. .. day of departure. protesters call for egypt's president to step down immediately, as the obama administration negotiates with egyptian leaders to make that happen. we are live in cairo and washington for the latest on the developments in those massive protests. daring rescue. emergency personnel risk their lives after a suv plunges off an oklahoma bridge into an icy weather. we talk to two who saved the passengers. the pregame buzz heats up. we will look at some of the ads coming up.
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"early" february 4th, 2011. captioning funded by cbs a good friday morning to you. i'm erica hill to a live west coast edition of "the early show." >> good morning to you, erica. i'm chris wragge. we talk about the protests going in egypt the last few days. you're looking at close to 100,000 people and some reports have more than 100,000 people descending upon liberation square there. the reports the protests are somewhat orderly where the last few days it's been violate mob-like protesters. >> we want to begin in egypt. cbs news correspondents elizabeth palmer is in cairo with the latest and a front row seat to all of this. liz, good morning. >> reporter: you can see for
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yourselves these enormous crowds in tahrir square. the biggest i've seen yet. we are reporting to you from inside because the army has said we're not allowed to film from any of the vantage points overlooking the square. however, i've just been down there in the crowd and it's very -- it's a very good scene. it's relaxed. ill would say even jubilant. once again core anti-mubarak demonstrators spent the night in tahrir square and little or no violence and set up orderly checkpoints behind a barrier of wire to filter people in one by one. egyptian state television has announced the defense minister himself visited troops and the crowds in the square and the army has said once again soldiers would not fire a single bullet. the anti-mubarak opposition billed this as the day of departure.
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hoping mubarak would step down but no clear sign he is indicating to do that. live pictures of the square are no longer being broadcast to the arab world 24/7 but still massive coverage of this important story and with the internet back up social networking sites are humming. as the sometimes violent upheaval continues and with services like banks and schools completely shut down americans who live and work in cairo are either keeping a low profile or leaving. >> any u.s. citizens. >> reporter: the u.s. embassy have a charter of flights to evacuate tour and residents. >> prepared to get up 1,500 people today and adding planes on as-needed basis. >> reporter: the opposition hopes this day will bring a resolution to the crisis which will be hammered out now in political back rooms, not on the street. now, the crowds -- there is something going on down there. they are cheering like mad.
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we don't know whether it's because they are altogether and they have managed to pull off a piece of demonstration or whether they have heard some news. the question though, if mubarak doesn't step down the day of departure, what happens next. erica? >> that is the big question. we know you will be watching it for us there. elizabeth palmer, thanks. this morning the obama administration is working with egypt's government on a series of options. one of them calls for mubarak to resign immediately and turn over the power to a transitional government. >> reporter: the obama administration is urging the egyptian military and government to find a way for president mubarak to step down immediately and then begin a peaceful transition. officials here say that there is no one u.s. plan but there is considerable pressure, both in private and in public, from secretary of state clinton.
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>> i urge the government and a broad and credible representation of egypt's opposition, civil society, and political factions to begin immediately, serious negotiations on a peaceful and orderly transition. >> reporter: there are ongoing conversations between washington and egypt's military and its new vice president omar suleiman but not directly with president mubarak. the obama administration has moved in ten days from embracing mubarak as a longtime ally to deciding that it's now absolutely necessary for him to go. but they want the egyptians to be the one who figure out how to do it. bill plante, cbs news the white house. >> bill, thank you. now here is erica. we want to take a look now at what is next for egypt and, in turn, for the region. joining bus a look at the possible scenarios is bobby ghosh, deputy international
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editor for "time" magazine and the story you're working on for the next issue of the magazine. good to have you with us as always. we have heard a little bit about the possible plans and the involvement of the united states. does this u.s. risk anything by at least appearing to be so involved in this move to force mubarak out? >> well, the obama administration has been behind the curve on egypt for about ten days now and it looks like they are trying to get ahead of it. you're right. it seems -- it won't go down well in the street if washington is seen to be pushing the levers here. probably a better idea >> which has been the focal point and things erupting in tunisia not long ago. a number of demonstrations planned throughout the region today. what are you looking at most closely? >> we are looking particularly at yemen. i was just there. it's a country in many ways similar to egypt and very very
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poor, very very corrupt. you have essentially a dictator who has been there 32 years and the people who want to see him go. protests already leading up to this. today is a friday big protest. both pro and anti-government peaceful so far but things are combustible. >> a lot of people in the u.s. think of yemen and think al qaeda and the middle east and a hot bed of terrorists. as we look at egypt and what has to happen between now and september, if mubarak steps down, who is leading this government? somebody like mohamed elbaradei? >> he has a nobel prize and national credibility. he seems likely to be a transitional figure. he doesn't have a lot of political experience in egypt. also noore stood against mubarak five years ago and thrown in jail but he has a lot of credibility because he has been
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in opposition for mubarak. or omar suleiman. again, a transitional figure possibly. >> what do you see happening in that transitional period? it seems unlikely mubarak can hold on until the elections in september. >> it's going to be messy. for 32 years this man has kept his opposition down. no logical leader and no natural figure. so there is going to be a lot of negotiations among the opposition groups. they are going to have to come up with a new constitution or reform the existing constitution. it's going to be quite complex. >> what does this do to the u.s. in terms of diplomacy in terms of the relations? is this a good or bad thing? >> i think very difficult because egypt is so central to the u.s. middle eastern policy. i think in the long term a good
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thing. i think the united states is more comfortable when it deals with diagrammatic countries and leaders who have the credibility with their own people. >> we will continue to watch and we will be looking for that article coming up as well. bobby ghosh, thank you for coming in. are. jeff glor is standing by with a look at other headlines this morning. >> this morning, cbs news has confirmed that astronaut mark kelly will go into orbit in april as scheduled. kelly is married to congresswoman gabby giffords who was shot in the head last month in tucson arizona. he is due to command the final mission of the space shuttle "endeavour." kelly will hold a news conference this afternoon to officially announce that decision. a new senate report characterizes the ft. hood shooting as a tragedy of errors that could have and should have been prevented. report blames the fbi and the defense department. there was ample evidence according to the senate report that the gunman malik hassan was
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a ticking time bomb. jpmorgan chase punish the trust trying to recover money for investors filed a 6.4 billion dollar complaint says the bank was complicit in the fraud and e-mail quoted in that suit said executives were quoted that madoff's returns were supposed to be part of a ponzi scheme. speculation this morning that a fatal car crash that killed three young adults in new jersey may have been a suicide pact. the car was discovered early yesterday morning. crashed into the wall in an elementary school and left a 6x6 foot hole there. none of the vehicles inside the vehicle were wearing a seat belt. the car was traveling at a high speed and the crash appeared to be head-on. civil rights leaders in houston outraged over the brutal beating of a teenager caught on
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video. the video from last march. police have been chasing that teenage burglar suspect. four police officers were fired and await trial. city official trying to block the release of that video until after the trial took place. the son of a judge is charged with notorious casino robbery in las vegas. on december 14th, surveillance video showed a man in a motorcycle helmet escaping from the bellagio police saying he took $1.5 million in gambling chips. he was arrested on wednesday at the same casino. heels of the massive storm that buried part of the country the bitter cold snap continues for many. this morning colder in dallas than in anchorage, lass. don teague is in arlington the site of the super bowl just outside dallas. good morning don. >> reporter: yeah. 18 degrees here right now and trying to keep a positive attitude about this. seriously! we went to bed last night and they said maybe an inch of snow
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overnight. we woke up this morning. most of the dallas area has 6 inches of snow on the ground now and it is still snowing. as you can imagine, that is causing havoc out on the roads. they are not equipped to deal with this kind of snowstorm here. they happen occasionally but they just only have a few trucks and a few sanders so they are out there doing what they can but strask massively backed up on the interstates and causing problems at the airport. things have slowed down to a crawl at dfw airport. love field we are told is closed right now. we don't know when they are going to open. but, obviously, the snow while they were expecting a little bit of snow they weren't expecting a lot. the fourth day schools have been closed here in much of texas and this event is happening across texas. there is freezing rain there is ice, there's sleet. it's just a mess here. speaking of texans jeff i can tell we've had about enough but i don't think we're out of the woods just yet! >> i'm sure the parents are
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thrilled about school being canceled four days in a row. >> reporter: my neighbor called it teacher appreciation day. he never knew how much he loved sending his kids to school until he had them with him all day. >> don teague, thank you so much. you may want to shield your eyes, don. a picture from santa monica. take a look at this. it's supposed to be 69 degrees in santa monica, california today. this is son take monday -- this is santa monica. we were looking at miami before. balmy enniceand nice. we take a look at the national picture. in the wake of that monster storm, we have some showers rain showers in the southeast and a little bit of snow in portions of texas. look at the radar. you can see further north, not a whole lot but cold temperatures. of course, that snow that is expected to travel across the country later on today.
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the west coast you had a few great days in the northwest of sunshine. unfortunately, the rain has returned. seattle and portland you get half an inch to an inch of rain and further inland in the higher elevation snow about 2 to 4 inches. this rain next 48 hours for the next couple of days, folks in this part of the country are going to see some form hey looks like a great day around the bay area, starting out with a couple of patches of fog on the coast, and the santa rosa area. but looking good to begin your day. if you're stepping out the door, you may need a jacket early on, by the afternoon, you can leave it behind. temperatures up in the 60s, and some 70s, mid-70s into the weekend. maybe some cooling as we head into monday and tuesday, we could be talking about some rain next weekend. thanks so much. that is your latest weather. now over to chris. this morning's january
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eagerly anticipated jobs report is out and it's a surprise. a small increase in jobs but big drop in the unemployment rate. rebecca jarvis is here with the latest. these job numbers come out and it's a surprise to say the least. what happened here? >> lately the predictions have been way off as far as what analysts expect and what they get. this month we learned in january jobs increased in the country by 36,000. the unemployment rate in the meantime, dipped all the way down to 9%. no one expected to see something like that. you look beyond the number and you see that maybe it's not as good as people thought. >> how does this happen? allow do you get so few jobs added this month but you see such a fall in the unemployment number like that? >> a couple of things. first off, weather. weather can be a factor here because people don't go to work and don't necessarily get counted in the employment numbers. another big factor and one the economists point to when they say this number is really more negative than it is positive is
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the fact that people drop out of looking for work. when they stay out unemployed for months after months some people lose hope they lose faith and they stop their job search. as a result, they don't get counted in that unemployment number and, as a result it dips down. >> so what you're saying is with this unemployment number being so low to the laymen it might look great news, but don't get too worked on this yet? >> right. we need to see in motion going downward as opposed to fluctuating going down and up and down and up. >> how many jobs would the government like to see added on? >> you take a step back and look at the number of jobs lost. more than 8 million jobs lost as a result of the recession. ben bernanke chairman of the federal reserve, says we need to see 200,000 jobs created the next six months to significantly decrease the unemployment rate and keep it low. >> let me ask you your thoughts on this because we mention the defendant a few moments ago.
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through court documents that were released yesterday, we come to find out jpmorgan chase with was aware of some of the fuzzy math with bernie madoff. at least 18 months before his ponzi scheme went bust. what does this say? >> if these allegations play out to be true and jm morgan says they are false they increase the distrust on wall street. >> rebecca jarvis thank you. danger and drama in oklahoma as suv lands in icy river. a story of the rescue crews who worked hard to save five others. check out the most anticipated commercials for the super bowl. a preview coming up here on "the early show" on cbs. ever wish vegetables didn't taste so vegetably?
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arson investigators are back in san francisco's castro district this morning. the front door of a barber shop on 18th street ught fire overnigh it is 7:25 time for news headlines. arson investigators back in san francisco's castro district this morning. the front door of a barbershop caught fire last night. that was within several blocks of three fires yesterday morning. san jose fires called to a homeless shelter about 2:00 yesterday morning. a fire there was confined to the laundry room. smoke forced about 250 people out until the fire department could ventilate the shelter. a record number of people want to work at google. the company recently said it plans to hire 6,000 people this year. just last week, more than
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75,000 people applied for those jobs. the labor department reported that the nation's jobless rate fell to 9% last month. we'll take a look at traffic and weather around the bay area in just a moment.
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reports of a new accident at palo alto at university. we're seeing a big of a backup as you approach the scene, give yourself extra time, the 101 is fairly light through san mateo. pretty quiet on your east shore commute. when you get to the toll plaza, they still haven't turned the metering lights on. where is everybody? it's still chilly, if you're headed out the door this morning, we have a couple of patches of fog toward the coastline. high clouds up above as well. numbers out there right now, it's pretty chilly. 35degrees in napa. 33degrees in santa rosa. just north of freezing. as we head toward the afternoon, here coming that sunshine. 60s and 70s around the bay area. mid-70s for the weekend. slight cooling into monday and tuesday.
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♪ that's right! get out here on the plaza. friday morning. a little coffee in hand. princesses are out there. >> hey. it never hurts to have royalty on the plaza, i find. >> the royal treatment here all in preparation for the big wedding. >> the best. >> good to see them getting a he head start. welcome back. i'm chris wragge along with erica hill. a big weekend for football fans out there. >> i hear a little game happening out there. >> a little cold but luckily the roof will be closed. two kind of super bowl viewers. the people who watch the game and love football and then -- >> like me. >> and those who love the ads like me and don't care about football. coming up, we will get a preview of some of this year's hot commercials including a doritos
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ad that cost $82 to make. >> you want to make one for that when you're spending $300,000 on a spot. >> justin bieber and ozzie osborne teaming up. take a look at that ahead. also what do you hear about single people and women want to get married and have babies and men won't commit. is that the case? not according to a new study. the author say men are as intent on finding a spouse as women and sometimes it's the men who may be more interested in kids! we will take a closer look at that study which is turning conventional wisdom on its head a bit this morning. first, the story of a deadly accident and dramatic rescue in oklahoma still struggling to clean up after tuesday's monster storm. jeff glor is here with the latest on this story. >> incredible video here. an suv with eight passengers
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inside plunged off a highway bridge on thursday and fell 80 feet into frigid waters and rescue workers risked their own lives to save most of those inside. >> they are just now getting these personnel out of that vehicle that's black and blueeen in the water two hours. >> reporter: rescue workers trying to reach passengers stranded for two hours in a submerged vehicle. >> there is multiple ems vehicles out here ready to take these patients. >> reporter: around 6:30 a.m. thursday, the suv packed with eight people veered off a highway bridge hitting a plowed snow bank that witnesses say acted like a ramp launching them over a guardrail. >> it was just almost like a ski ramp. looks like they kind of went off in this area right here. >> reporter: the truck fell more than 80 feet to the river below. it remained only half submerged and upright in the frozen river. but with air temperatures 13 degrees below zero rescuers said hypothermia set in quickly. >> i think their core
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temperatures were around 87 degrees. >> reporter: crews lowered a small boat down to the river allowing them to safely bring six people up to waiting helicopters. two died on the scene. one later died on the way to a local hospital. and five patients remain in the hospital with broken bones and hypoperm therm yeah. >> joining us from oklahoma are two of the first responders to the accident. fire chief jeff reeves and fire chief ronnie klein. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> chief reeves, i'm going to start with you. you pull up on the scene just after getting the call. did you realize at that point that, wow, this is going to be one heck of a challenge rescuing these survivors? >> yeah. just due to the elements the air temperatures being what they were minus 12 degrees. we knew it was going to be a difficult rescue in the
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proximity of the victims. >> chief reeves, given the extreme weather conditions did you kind of have that clock going on in the back of your mind, knowing that time was of the essence to get to these survivors survivors? >> yeah, without a doubt. any time we're dealing with that type of temperature and then the location of the patients time is always something that is in the back of your head. also knowing the trauma that they probably had suffered due to the fall. >> did you have a plan or did it take a few minutes to kind of survey the landscape and then decide what to do? how long did it take to figure out how you were going to get to these people? >> well, you know, first when we were the fire department took command on the scene, we were supplying mutual aid to them. so once we arrived on the scene, just a short -- few minutes later than they did, we got with them and deviced a plan and they stayed up on the interstate bridge and we sent our personnel
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down along the shore of the bank and tried to calm the victims at that time until we could get the additional resources that we need after we did the size-up. >> chief reeves, when your rescuers finally got to the suv, what were the condition the different survivors in at that point? >> they were extremely cold hypothermia had definitely set in.
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erica, you're reading like betty white here this morning. one of my favorite all-time super bowl ads. up next a sneak peek at this year's super bowl advertisements. >> betty white got everybody talking when she appeared in a super bowl ad last year. $3 million for 30 seconds this year, so they better be good. we have the "early" favorites
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for super bowl sunday. many americans, though, are looking forward to more than just the game. we are waiting for those commercials. perhaps even more the football itself, because every year, companies seem to pull out all of the stops to one up the year before in hopes of hitting advertising goals and like last year's ad for snickers. you remember the one with betty white? >> mike, come on! >> mike, what is your deal man? >> come on man, you've been riding me all day! >> mike you're playing like betty white out there. >> that's not what your girlfriend says! >> who is going to top this year? not easy. pete snyder joins us. great to have you with us. >> thank you. >> this has become so much fun to sort of handicap the commercials that will be -- we're getting a little prerelease. you see a theme even to the 2011 ads? >> without a doubt. fans are now calling this the social bowl because social media is having such an impact on all of the ads. nearly every ad has a facebook or twitter component to it.
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and even more so most people under 35 are using one of these, a smart phone or ipad as they watch. >> people are watching them ahead of time too. which is bringing in even more of that. >> absolutely. you're seeing the video for vw the force. 4.5 million views on youtube with only two days. >> that's crazy. >> all of the rules have changed. >> all of the rules have changed including how the ads are made. we're seeing again this year doritos and pepsi max have people at home who normally watch create ads and win a little money in the process. let's look at one of those top contenders for doritos quickly. >> here are you going to finish those? >> sorry. they are already gone. >> no they are not. you left the best part. >> no, i'm pretty sure they are -- >> uh cheese! hello, doritos! >> 82 bucks. and a memorable one. >> i'm told this is a no licking zone. >> yes, it is! here on "the early show"!
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>> i'm happy about that. it's interesting. not only $82 but the guy who made take directv door-to-door saelsman in utah. really the power of social media and thanks to pepsi. >> he could win a million? >> two from what i'm hearing. >> that someone of the top contenders. pepsi is back this year. they took a break from advertising. let's take a look at that pepsi ad. >> pepsi max, huh? >> all of the pepsi flavor. none of the calories. >> what supp. ladies? can i get some love? ew! sweet mother! >> i'm slightly uncomfortable! >> well, that could happen. but with pepsi coming back with something like that, is it a good move for the company? >> it's a brilliant move for them. not only have they had a month-long of conversation about the competition that's going on but they will delight millions on super bowl day. so the back story on that one,
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the guy who made it a former physicist. thus the torpedo cooler. >> i like it. very original. you can count on celebrities. we will see celebrities in a lot of these ads. da danica has made an ad with go daddy.com and they sponsor her. she has friends in the ad this year? >> so we are told. go daddy and the ceo has been vocal about this and aims to be the lowest of the low every year. like christmas brings us elves and presents. >> here is the latest example. >> danica and i are thrilled to announce the new daddy.co girl. >> she is a hollywood icon and daddy.co is the hottest domain.
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>> watch her register that web address. >> that says smart and savvy to me. >> i think they will win lowest evident low yet another year. >> earlier in the show we showed the video of justin bieber and ozzie osborne. this is an interesting celebrity paragraph that has generated a ton of buzz. >> talk about an odd couple. justin bebieber built his teens off career. maybe we get a gleesque mashup for them singing. who knows. >> eminem is appearing in an ad for lipton ice tea. seems like an odd pairing. >> lipton and chrysler. he is making two cameos this time around. i never put him with iced tea but who knows. >> spending $33 million on 30 seconds is may be worth the money. >> a whole lot of conversation out there and really because of
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viewer behavior has changed. we watch with ipads and laptops and finally advertisers are getting them. >> we can watch them all over and over which is what we love. thanks for coming in and enjoy the ads on sunday. >> will do. >> we will be right back. you're watching "the early show" on cbs. special k protein shakes -- ♪ a truly great-tasting breakfast shake. with 10 grams of protein and 5 grams of fiber, it's the creamy, delicious way to satisfy... your hunger to help you lose weight. ♪ so you can kick the tin can habit. try special k protein shakes today.
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think about single men and single women could be total opposite. >> it's also saying a lot of the stigma of being single is wrong. a lot of people are staying single longer. >> i would agree with that. as you see people focusing more on their careers than 20 30 40 years ago you are single longer. and it's not a bad thing. some people are also very happy staying single and comfortable saying that. >> some people are single by choice, and not by choice. >> more on that. >> i cannot wait for this study. >> this is "the early show." hair and mascara a lethal combo. i'm jon haber of alto music. my business is all about getting music into people's hands. and the plum card from american express open helps me do that. you name it, i can buy it. and the savings that we get from the early pay discount has given us money to reinvest back into our business and help quadruple our floor space. how can the plum card's trade terms get your business booming? booming is putting more music in more people's hands. some models look so mad. maybe it's because their department store makeup
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a fire this morning on the outside of a building in san francisco is the fourth in the cast 24 hours. it is 7:55. time for news headlines. a fire this morning on the outside of a building in san francisco, is the city's fourth in the castro district in 24 hours. arson investigators are calling it suspicious. a resident extinguished the flame. oakland's police chief may decide today to stay on the top. he has been noncommittal since finding out he did not get the top cop job in san jose. more problems with oakland police radios this after the
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mayor said on monday that the city's i.t. department fixed the problem. they could communication with each other, but not with dispatch as they assisted with a narcotic's investigation. yesterday, officers had to use hand signals as they searched for burglary suspects. traffic, your weekend forecast, and weather in just a moment.
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good morning, if you're headed out the door, you're going to run into delays around
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the peninsula. a couple of cars tangled up, including a couple of trucks. expect delays as you work your way through there. problems in san jose as well. two right lanes are blocked for this injury accident. seeing delays throughout the south bay in general. northbound 101 slow coming through san jose. here's a live look at 280, stop- and-go conditions through downtown san jose. let's check your forecast. right, we've got some great weather coming our way. we're going to see plenty of sunshine out there today. looking good so far. we do have reports of a couple of patches of fog toward the immediate coastline, towards santa rosa, temperatures on the chilly side right now, you'll need a jacket heading out this morning. just hovering above freezing in santa rosa. by the afternoon, 60s and 70s, just about spring like. as we look toward the weekend, the offshore wind is going to
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a pa there's a party going on the plaza on a friday morning. that's the way we like it. >> yes. >> now appearing on broadway, red man group. >> we got them here first. >> blue man group, so last season. welcome back to "the early show" on a friday. did we mention that? >> that's right. it's been one of the longest weeks ever. >> it's been a long week. >> we're finally done with it. >> we made, it and we're happy to be here with you to celebrate that. i'm erica hill along with chris wragge and marysol castro. a fascinating new survey looking at the attitudes of sippingle men and women, and those stereotypes that a lot of us may hold about love commitment parenthood, what we think the
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opposite sex wants, well you know what, throw them all out. out the window. forget it. the new results are spinning everything on its head just in time for valentine's day. >> excellent. >> laying down new ground rules. it will be great. break out a pen and pad. mary marysol swimz with the fishes. we dumped her in the river. >> she goes on her always wanted to aquatic adventure. there she is right there with a two ton whale shark. guess who was up close and personal? get ready for stunning images of marysol's amazing experience as a marine biologist. really visual. >> i love it. absolutely. >> i am very much looking forward to that. >> before we can do that however -- >> let's go inside and check in with jeff glor. >> good morning, everyone. good morning, everyone at home as well. today could be a defining moment for egypt and the middle east as
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a whole. anti-government protesters have gathered for a mass rally demanding the immediate resignation of president hosni mubarak. it's scheduled to include a march on the presidential palace and cbs news correspondent elizabeth palmer is in cairo this morning. liz, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it's a real shift of mood here this morning jeff. the army has thrown its support, it appears, behind this demonstration and the soldiers set up real proper barricades with wire. in order to allow people to come into the square peacefully, show their ids and then come in. they have promised there will be no violence. at least from the army. in the move that would have been unthinkable even a week ago, the defense minister himself, according to state television came down into the crowds. it looked me like there was about several tens of thousands of people in the square at the moment. the internet is back up. so all those things are peaceful.
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now, some of the images of violence are circulating on-line. we thought we would show you this one bit of video. probably from earlier in the week. it appears to show a police van careening through a crowd of peaceful marchers. now, the police are gone gone. the army has made it clear it's very much in charge. they are so far anyway keeping very good order. there is no sign at all that this is going to be violent, although we hope it will be decisive. at least by the end of the day. jeff. >> liz palmer in cairo this morning. liz, thank you. the january jobs report is out this morning. the labor department says employers added 36,000 jobs but the jobless rates are up sharply at 9%. the lowest since april 2009. this afternoon astronaut mark kelly will confirm that he is returning to space in april. an official says kelly will lead the shuttle endevour's final
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mission. kelly's wife gabby giffords, is still recovering from the shooting in tucson. joining us now on the telephone is cbs news space consultant bill harwood at the kennedy space center this morning. bill, good morning to you. clearly, mark kelly has been through a lot. how does this all now affect his preparation? >> well, it's going to be interesting to track this. you know the shuttle flight, especially as a commander, is very intense. his crew starts next week what they call integrative training where they start running through mission processes and procedures with the entire mission control team. it gets very intense. i think in this case because his wife is recovering in houston, he will be able to see her as he does his training. that adds a little bit of a factor in his favor, but i think it's going to be a challenge, no question about it. >> clearly also earnings has done this many times before, bill, so nasa feels comfortable with that right? >> they really do. he is a very accomplished flyer. he flue 39 combat missions in the middle east. he is a veteran of carrier landings. hundreds of them. three shuttle missions. he obviously knows how to deal with high stress environments and situations, and, you know,
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you and me as a married man, i wouldn't be able to do this i don't think, but he is someone who has done this sort of thing his whole life, and i think if anybody can pull it off, they can. >> both he and his wife extraordinary individuals. bill harwood, thank you so much this morning. super bowl xlv is sunday and the excitement is still building. even some non-human fans in wisconsin are pumped up for the big game. take a look. it's dusty, a 14-year-old cockatoo who says he loves the green bay packers. >> green bay packers. >> it's the green bay packers. >> we're told that dusty will be eating cheese during the big game on sunday. it's five minutes past the hour. we head back outside to marysol
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zeefshgs that's your latest weather. here's chris. >> marysol, coming up next here on "the early show", who says men don't want to get married? we're going to look at a surprising new study of love and dating. you're watching "the early show" here on cbs.
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in t in this morning's hlt in this morning's health watch, what singles want. there are about 100 million single people in this country, and a new survey asks 5 2shgs00 of them what they're looking for when it comes to love, and the results are very surprising. early show contributor and psychologist dr. jennifer hartstein has, well the numbers for us this morning.
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these are really i think going to surprise a lot of people. they really flipped things upside down. >> they absolutely did flip things upside down surprisingly. the male mind, what is the male thinking in the whole single world thing? >> what they found was that amongst the 21 to 24-year-old and 50 and older, there's a greater desire to marry. there is that age in the middle where women probably want to be married more especially because of their kids, but they have that, but men across the board want to have kids more than women do. >> that is a little surprising. what about -- let's turn it on the other side and talk about women. what do they want? i think most people think, well the women were the ones that really p the kids. >> and historically that's been true, but what they actually found was that women, surprisingly want more personal space, they want to have their own interests and hobbies and built-in girls night out as often as they can get them. >> why are the roles now reversed? if you took away the colors of those backgrounds, i think could you probably sit back and say, well, that sounds like the guy and that sounds like the gal. >> it is really turning
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everything we've known on its ear, and i think a lot of it is that women are in a different position now than they were 30 40, 50 years ago. they really don't have to be married to be happy. they don't have to worry about a man to provide on for them. they can do a lot of that themselves. >> was this a shift shift over the past couple of days before wr things started to turn? was it five years ago, ten years ago? >> it looks leak it's been a gradual change but it's definitely been happening over time. stoo another thing that we often talk about and love at first sight, it sounds so great, the numbers there are a little bit surprising as well. >> they are. what they found was that 54% of men believe in love at first sight. they believe that it can happen. whereas, only 44% of women believe in love at first sight. >> why is that? because, again, you often hear about women talking about this more than men. >> right. i was discuss this actually with my husband about it, and we were really talking about, like what's the definition of love? is it really love is it not? we both came to the conclusion that maybe it's men are more impulsive on that first meeting, where women are more logical
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about where it's going to go. >> hook-ups one night stands. has the playing field changed? has the landscape changed there, or can you have a successful relationship? >> they found that 35% of people have a one nightstand and actually turns into a long-term relationship. >> really? >> really. it is very different than what we used to think. >> does that surprise you? >> yes, that actually did surprise me although i do know some people where that has been true. >> let's talk about valentine's day. it's ten days away. there are, like we said hundreds of millions of single people out there so do you have any tips for them as valentine's day does fast approach and how they can meet that other person? >> i do. the first thing is you want to give second chances. one of the other thing that study said is three-quarters of the people didn't like the person the first time they met them and gave them a second chance. you want to pursue interests, do things you like, maybe you'll meet people at that cooking class, maybe you'll meet them at the sports bar. be open-minded and take care of yourself and be confident and you'll meet someone that's confident and recognizes your own confidence. >> be comfortable with yourself
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and go to spots you maybe wouldn't normally go to. >> absolutely. it brings people to you, the more confident you are. i don't know. >> do they sound like great tepz? they sound like great tips. good to see you this morning. >> you too. up next marysol goes under the sea in the final chapter of our "i've always wanted to" series. this is "the early show" on cbs. cbs health watch sponsored by slim fast. slim fast, who has time to slim slowly? nth, and i figured i would take these... "dietary...supplement... weight-loss...pills." ooh! "consult a physician if you experience rapid heartbeat, "dizziness... shortness of breath... side effects may include chest pain, nausea..." yeah. couple days of that and i will be in a bathing suit in no time! [ female announcer ] need a clinically proven way to lose weight now? then try the slim-fast 3-2-1 plan. 3 snacks, 2 shakes or meal bars and 1 balanced meal. slim-fast. who has time to slim slowly? ♪ ♪ hey! wait up! ♪ ♪ [ female announcer
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the first to have smoke-free bars and restaurants. all while saving over $86 billion in health care costs... and over a million lives. we've done a good job. but even if you were born today, you'd still grow up in a world where tobacco kills more people... than aids, drugs, alcohol, murder and car crashes... combined. we have a lot more work to do. all right. we're saving the best for last. >> learn to play golf. >> i've always wanted to learn how to play golf. >> well maybe the next go-around. but this time, all this week, if you've been with us you've seen the -- well from here on down the three of us have done something we've always wanted to do. this morning we're wrapping up our series with marysol's wet and wild adventure. >> find that shocking that
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that's the copy in there. that's right the ocean has always inspired me soothed me and actually intrigued me. so when i was told that i could pick anything to explore for our "i always wanted to" series i knew right away i wanted to swim with some sea creatures. and since the water temperature in new york is currently a balmy 34 degrees, i decided to go to the georgia aquarium and use that as my test lab. >> good call. nearly three quarters of the earth's surface is covered by water. yet we know very little about our oceans and many of their extraordinary inhabitants. some mimic things we see in the air, while others seem to come from another world. some are just giants. others not so much. i've always felt a certain pull towards understanding all things aquatic. and dreamed of swimming alongside the ocean's most majestic animals. where better to make the dream come true than the georgia aquarium? it's home to tens of thousands
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of creatures. including the biggest fish in the sea, the whale shark. curator chris coco supervises animal care, including that of a certain two-ton lady i'd soon be getting close to. >> that is alice. >> hi alice. so cool. >> alice is great. you're going to enjoy working with her. >> i'm looking forward to it. does she eat a lot? >> about 20 pounds her day. >> what kind of chomping are we talking about? >> they have thousands of tiny little teeth in the front. >> we're not talking great white? >> no, no. no great white action. >> our first order of business. >> you've got some krill, some squid. >> prepare alice's lunch. >> what are we weighing up first? >> go ahead with the squid. >> at least it doesn't feel slimy. completely natural. krill eyeballs. alice, i'm making this with love for you.
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and away. >> there you go. >> upstairs. we boarded a small boat on the surface of the 6 million gallon tank. >> oh, my god it's coming right at us. alice appeared right away and ready to eat. >> there you go. there you go. you're doing a great job. there you go. >> sorry, alice. balancing the boat and spoon feeding this larger than life creature is a lesson in choreography. >> here you go. >> oh, oh, oh. >> beautiful. she's done. >> can i -- >> the only way to get any closer would be to get in the tank. i'll be your dive master today. >> all right. >> which is exactly what i was about to do. >> you'll be fine.
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the second my head finds the water, the noise of the outside world quiets. almost immediately, i am greeted by a whale shark and in this overwhelming moment, i feel a sense of calm. seeing so many amazing creatures up close and personal my respect and awe is only enhanced. my passion reinforced. and i am humbled by an experience that will be impossible to forget. i am lucky. one day i'm hoping to get a real job. because if i get paid to do something like that, i am a very lucky person. so, 22 feet long alice is. and she's still growing. >> wow.
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>> being -- even if you're in an aquarium there's really just a sense of calm. you can't be claustrophobic because you can't run away from the water. you can't swim away from the water. i would do it again in a second. i would love to do it in a real ocean. >> it was so calming. >> it was. all along, i was asked are you nervous, are you nervous? and i wasn't. there wasn't a single moment when i was nervous because, you know, a whale shark is very docile and i wanted to bring you guys back a whale shark but we couldn't fit it on the set. >> you didn't feel like bait at any point? >> no, i did not. >> did it even notice you? because it seems that in addition to the whale shark everything else in the tank is just sort of oh, yeah it's another person. >> exactly. it's very pavlovian. when you go into the water those whale sharks they're like dogs. it's like oh, it's feeding time. so you all brought back something wonderful. i obviously could not bring you back a whale shark. however, whale sharks have been adopted in your names. >> oh. >> so erica hill you will help
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support the research of whale sharks at the georgia aquarium. i adopted one for myself. so if you get a chance go down there, use my name and alice will try to wave to you. >> and it's great. i was in atlanta when they built the aquarium. it's an incredible facility. >> absolutely beautiful. so there you have it. the georgia aquarium is the largest aquarium outside of asia. and it's the only -- actually the only aquarium outside of asia to house a whale shark. they have four. they're studying them. there's so much they don't know about them. >> i want to go. >> go. >> it's a great -- >> it looks beautiful. if you are in the area we highly recommend popping in and spending some time with them. and it's just -- >> and go find your whale shark. >> we have mini sharks here? >> i have a feeling that -- >> the kids will love it. >> our boys are all watching on tv right now and thinking oh, are you bringing me home a new pet? >> from the georgia aquarium.
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marysol, nice job. >> thanks. >> welcome back. >> thanks. >> still ahead, a visit with minka kelly.
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even though the lanes are cleared, you're backed up in san jose. we're still dealing with an accident at moorpark way. san mateo bridge still not bad. 880, traffic fairly light. northbound, just a little sluggish as you pass the coliseum. southbound, not too bad. that's a look at your morning drive. we've got a great look at the weather around the bay area today. lots of sunshine coming our way, overlooking san jose. great weather there, a little cool in spots, chilly, especially in parts of the north bay. 34degrees in santa rosa. 35 in napa. likely to see frost up here as well. but that is going to be long gone by the afternoon. what an afternoon weather wise it is going to be. temperatures up in the 60s, low 70s into the latter part of the day. even warmer over the weekend, with high pressure in those
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offshore winds. mid-70s expected. a little cooling toward monday and tuesday, looking for rain towards next weekend.
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and welcome back to "the early show" onrida welcome back to "the early show" on a friday morning. once you get the beat forget about it. you cannot stop this woman. >> all bets are off. >> a dancing machine. coming up here on "the early show" -- first of all, i'm chris wragge here's erica hill jeff
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glor and marysol castro. there she is. poor thing. poor, poor thing. >> you can keep talking. >> just, you know, not a talented actress. just uncomfortable in her own sken. a beautiful young lady. so wonderfully nice. we're happy to have her with us here this morning. people first became aware of minka in the small screen where she was immensely popular, and now she's on the big screen in a movie called "the roommate" which is a chilling psychological thriller, and she's going to tell us all about that and the tabloid fascination with, you know her boyfriend, number two derek jeter. >> the captain. maybe the captain. >> that's right. >> we're going to talk about all that coming up in just a minutes. >> also ahead this morning, president reagan would have been 100 this weekend and he has never really disappeared. so many pole tigs sfr both sides of the aisle still look to some of the decisions he made while in office. well, the reagan presidential
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library is helping keep him on top of mind for students. they put fifth graders in the hot seat. there you see the rep calf the oval office. these kids are asked to make the same decisions that the president had to make in 1983. should the u.s. in this case invade? we'll go inside this special program at the library to help kids learn about history, learn about what happens in the oval office. it's all part of the celebration of president reagan's 100th birthday, and just a fascinating piece. we'll take a look at that coming up. >> also, there is something else going on this weekend, in case you hept heard. a little thing called the super bowl. is there any one thing more important than the game itself, want the commercials -- >> the food. >> the snacks, yes. kathie lee is here. there is some amazing stuff inside right now. >> we were check it out. >> i want to stand there and eat the whole time. lots of cheese. a take-off on buffalo wings. a buffalo chicken salad. >> oh. our boy from buffalo. >> there's some stromboli action. i can't even --
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>> we have beer left over from yesterday so, we are set. >> love it. >> wheel in the big screen, and we're here all weekend
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♪ >> thanks. that's the latest weather. now back over to you. >> esquire magazine calls mika kelly the sexiest woman alive, but this talented actress is more than just a pretty face. this weekend she's making her big screen starring debut with leyton in the psychological thriller "the roommate." >> well, thank you for helping me not study. >> oh, any time. >> yeah? >> uh-huh. >> where were you? >> hi. >> i kept on calling and
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calling. >> rebecca this is steven. >> i'm going to bed now. i'm glad you're okay. >> minka kelly with us this morning. good morning. >> good morning. >> she is down right scary in this thing. >> she is. she is. >> psychological thriller. it's kind of got that single white female-esque type of background like a roommate just goes totally nuts. what did you think? were you -- you like these scary type of movies? was it something you really adopted? >> i do. i love a good thriller. especially a psychological thriller. i love movies that make me think and really scare me just because this could actually happen. i mean this is not a fictitious character. she really studied the illness and the psychology and, you know, it really just makes you -- she has a chemical imbalance, and these people really exist, and this could really happen. of course, this is very heightened reality of the situation, but i love a good scare. >> what's it like? this is your first starring role. >> yeah. >> is there additional pressure
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on you because it's not -- you're not so much part of an ensemble right now. it's a little bit the movie is more on your shoulders. >> i guess so. it doesn't feel like that though. it really doesn't. i just really felt i was partners with leyton and every day was its own experience, and we really didn't think about the pressure or what comes with what we're doing. it was just we were so excited to have the opportunity to have our first real you know, starring role until a feature film together because we were friends. >> was it a nice relief when you finally heard, okay that's a wrap? >> well, yeah. you know we also were able to just let off so much steam because we shot that fight scene. that was the last scene we shot. it was a huge tension releaser. >> i want to recommend to people, it is quite a -- it's a good fight scene. as far as fight scenes go, it's a good one. >> well, yeah. i mean we googled girl fights on youtube and, you know we made sure it looked real.
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girls don't all fight with open hands. they punch. >> you're the reigning esquire magazine sexiest woman alive. when you finally got that call, what was that like for you? >> i really didn't believe it. i was at the airport waiting to board a flight, and i was just like what? really? it was -- i felt at my least sexy moment when you are traveling. i don't know. it was so flattering, and i couldn't believe it. all i was aware of were the women who had the title before me, and i just thought to be in that company, what an honor. zook are there any duties that come along with it? do you have to ride on any floats, give any speeches? >> no no. no. >> also "gq magazine," you have a couple of pictures. you are breaking into the risque photo sexy mode? >> i don't know if i'm break intoing any sort of thing. it's just two magazines. you know i have a couple you know -- from here, yeah listen
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i did it two times. it's fun. >> one other question because you do get a lot of attention because you are a long-time girlfriend of a man who is royalty here in new york, derek jeter. can i ask how the sexiest woman alive and the captain of the yankees keep such a low profile because you do manage to do that? is that a safe assessment? >> we don't -- i certainly am -- i don't walk around like that title, and he doesn't either. also, we're such private people and i understand the curiosity, but the way we keep it private, like say the way we keep it low key is simply by not talking about it. >> just let it kind of go. >> yeah. >> congratulations. also, charlie's angels have you another big project coming up too. the tv version of "charlie's angels." you've been cast. are you looking forward to that? >> i am very much looking forward to that. i am so excited. i just got my schedule, and i'm going to be doing martial arts training and doing, i guess, my specialty is going to be cars and so i'm going to be doing
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follow-alongs with police cars and chases and all -- i'm so excited. >> did you tell them you don't need fight training. i can fight. go see me in my movie. >> thank you. >> thank you for coming in. it's a pleasure to meet you. congratulations on the movie. >> thank you. >> the roommate is now in theaters, and can you check your local listings. i recommend you go see it. here's erica. >> chris, thanks. this sunday would have been president ronald reagan's 100th birthday. his legacy is being remembered all this week. the reagan presidential library is planning concerts a giant birthday cake, and the opening of a new museum. there's also an ongoing project there where students get a rather unique history lesson. cbs news correspondent elaine kehano is here with the story. what a great idea for kids. >> really interesting. good morning, erica. these kids were not even born when reagan left office so to them experiencing a crisis from the 1980s is history, but it's more than that. it's history coming alive.
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>> reporter: this is not your typical field trip. these fifth graders visiting the reagan library in california are about to go back 28 years and straight into the nation's nerve center. >> when you walk through these doors, you will no loaninger be students. >> you will make history. >> reporter: the discovery center program at the reagan library has been imersing kids of all ages into the cold war. it's an interactive learning experience where each student plays a part in acting out the day's history lesson. >> students love it because it's a time for them to play roles that they wouldn't get to play anywhere else. teachers love it because it hits a lot of the core standards. >> reporter: this class from township elementary school is recreating an international incident that president reagan dealt with in 1983. >> the military needs orders on the situation in grenada. >> reporter: rebels backed by cuba have taken over the island nation of grenada in the caribbean and the u.s. has a major concern. >> 800 american medical students are on the island and might
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number danger. >> reporter: these kids have not yet studied grenada, and that's by design. soon they'll learn how history unfolded, but for now they're on their own. they assume their roles in realistic settings. journalists must decide what to report from the white house press room. generals head to the military command center aboard an aircraft carrier. some head to the oval office. >> you are all the president's trusted advisors. >> reporter: and kendall wilkerson becomes the most powerful 11-year-old on the planet. >> i am president reagan the commander in chief and the leader of the free world. >> reporter: like the former president, kendall must choose whether to invade grenada to rescue the medical students or negotiate with the rebel leaders. >> i'm kind of thinking a because if i discuss with them then we can make a deal. >> the point really isn't to get all of the answers correct. there are no right or wrong answers, but we do give them what happened true to history.
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>> the president of the united states. >> reporter: then as reagan had done 28 years before kendall addresses the nation. >> the last few days have been difficult for our country. >> i concluded the united states had no choice but to act strongly and decisively. >> reporter: the u.s. won a military victory in grenada and the 800 medical students were saved. 18 service members were killed in action. >> it is a lot of weight. it is like having this whole building on top of you. >> reporter: after a day of experiencing the oval office, commanding shifts even taking the controls of air force one, learning firsthand how our government functions is a lesson that can't be beat. >> it's just something that you know is going to be a memory that they have for the rest of their life. >> more than 20,000 kids have taken part so far from fifth grade, like the group we just saw, all the way up through high school. erica. >> what a great way to live history.
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elaine, thanks. >> narrator: this portion of "the early show" sponsored by whisk, for a powerful clean use new wisk. fight stains with science. well if you haven't planned your super bowl member use yet, in problem. kathie lee is here with low budget, high flavor ideas for game day. irts a big weekend. good to see you here this morning. >> good to see you too. >> everybody is trying to figure out, okay, what am i going to do last minute to have all these people at my house while they're watching football, keep them entertained and well fed? >> i love super bowl sunday. not because i'm a football fan. truthfully truthfully, i don't know anything about sports. i love the food. it's like the thanksgiving of junk food. >> this is your -- >> this is my time i get to eat whatever i want. i have as much melted cheese and all that stuff that's kind of off limits. now we have an excuse. >> what are the big items we're going to be making? >> we're going to start with a stromboli. i know this is something you like. >> i actually really do. >> we have pizza dough. pick that up at the local pizza parlor.
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about $2, $3 for a ball of dough or something in the freezer department or get one of those little tubes. just roll that out into a big rectangle. i have a rolling pin there for you. while you roll thatç out, i'm going to go over here. this is our sausage and pepper mixture. i love sausage and pepper, sandwiches. this is going into one roll. you don't have to be at the stove making everything. it's a good make-ahead. i'm using turkey sausage because it's not as greasy when you put it in the stromboli. it won't have grease running out of it. some onions. some peppers. we've got garlic in here rsh really, really delicious. get it kind of big. be aggressive. >> all right. all right. not going to ruin it. >> that looks pretty good. we'll get started with it. okay. then our sausage goes right on top. i'm going to spread it over. it's kind of a sad state you got going there. >> it's not great.
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i know that. >> i thought, oh heavens, no idea what they're doing to themselves with all that -- >> it's not even -- you can't even find pepperoni in italy. it's totally italian-american. i love it. we've got provalone and i'm using banana peppers. they're just pickled, and they add a really nice balance to all that spicy meat in there. >> i have never even heard of -- i tried one a few moments ago. it was really great. you can never have enough cheese. >> never have enough cheese. now we're going to roll it into a cylinder just like this. roll it up. doesn't that look good? >> one big fajita. >> let's seal the edges like that. i have one in the oven already
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done if you want to grab that for me. you brush it with egg wash. look at the line coming out of the oven. >> look at this. it smells fantastic. finished product look at that. >> yum! how fantastic? serve this with some marijuana era dipping sauce. cut right in here. look how good that looks. yummy. chris, this has your name all over it. >> you know what -- >> you want a bite? >> may sni. >> go for it. >> isn't this rude? >> go for it. so yummy. what do you think? >> hmm. >> yeah? >> i love that. hmm. >> really really. i'll go back to that later. i'm going to save that. >> my favorite part nachos. i could eat nacho cheese sauce every day. >> it's a football rite of passage. >> i had some this morning, and even at 6:00 a.m. i liked it. you just melt some butter and flour. i added some milk in here. now, put that cheese in. we're going stir the cheese.
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let it get nice and melty and put in the salsa. the cheese sauce by itself you can just use for anything but adding the salsa makes it nice and spicy. >> gives a nice consistency in there too. it's easier to mix. >> you stir that for me. >> yep. >> here are nachos. i'm using two different kinds of beans. we have black beans and refried beans. i put that in the oven for about ten minutes so they get nice and hot, and just until the cheese melts, and then just pour that on top. go for it chris. >> ready? >> doesn't that look delicious? >> good. >> can you top it with all your favorite nacho toppings like tomatoes. i like some sour cream. some fat on there. >> you cannot have enough cheese on there. jalapenos. >> many a late night in college i was eating nachos just like this. kind of reminds me of it. we hadn't been drinking at all. >> people are saying how can you eat these fattining foods and look how you do? >> xer sides. >> next up buffalo chicken
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salad. i love buffalo sauce but making wings at home can get really messy. >> so? >> so just take a rotisserie chicken, shred it up. just one. toss it with buffalo sauce. put it on a big bowl of lettuce, and then we're going to add some scallions, bacon tomatoes. this looks so yummy. some celery. >> yep. >> you have to have blue cheese. >> lots of it too. >> that kind of balances the spiciness. i can hear you over there really getting into it. >> you put your hands right in there. you don't even have to use any utensils? >> i don't know. >> i wanted to see how far you would take this. >> some auf kaudo. that looks good. put that in there. you toss it and i'm going to put the dressing on it. we can enjoy this. it looks great. with a nice cold beer. it's a delicious menu where are.
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headlines... the man arrested for a double murder wharf will good morning. it is 8:55. your cbs 5 headlines. the man arrested for a double murder at fisherman's wharf will appear in san francisco court this morning. the 56-year-old is accused of killing a man and a woman working in a souvenir shop sunday night. he worked at a competing store. we could learn today whether oakland police chief anthony bats will stay on the job. he has been waiverring on his future in oakland after learning he did not get the top job in san jose. grief counselors will be available to students in placerville today, two days after a principal was shot and
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