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>> "cbs this morning" coming up next. captions by: caption colorado email@example.com - good morning. it i . good morning. it is wednesday, january 1st 2014. welcome to "cbs this morning." on this new year's day, the most unforgettable stories and people of the past year bonno talks about mandela, his fight against aids and the music. >> could he be succeeded by a woman? >> our own michelle miller looks at untold story of her father's bravery the day john f. kennedy was shot. >> we begin by a look at your world in 90 seconds.
celebrations around the globe as the world welcomed 2014. >> americans from coast to coast welcoming the new year. >> what a new year. >> i want to have what he's having. >> barbara bush is hospitalized in houston treated for a respiratory ailment. >> coverage mandated by the affordable care act takes effect today. >> a birth control mandated is blocked in the health care law. >> residents have returned home after the derailment and fire. >> thursday into friday heavy snow in new england. >> what is it like today? >> it's cold. >> the research ship is stuck in ice. the weather still isn't good enough. >> all that. >> he's an underwear model that
became a news man. >> she's handcuffed me. >> president barack obama and his daughters went on a run at a familiar spot. >> on "cbs this morning." >> it's to eat less cheeseits. there's a lot of thought in these resolutions. welcome to "cbs this morning" on this new year's day. charlie is off enjoying the holidays. anthony mason is here today. >> good for us that anthony is here. happy new year. were you up late? >> i'm afraid so. >> hopefully this dress will wake you up. it's shiny. >> you came straight from the party didn't you?
>> no. >> it's perfect. >> let's head to the news desk for a check of the morning headlines. >> i'm terrell brown. huge crowds rang in 2014 in cities around the u.s. up to a million people were in new york's time square to see the ball drop. hundreds of thousands watched fireworks over the las vegas strip. other shows drew big crowds in boston philadelphia and atlanta. former first lady barbara bush spent the night in the hospital. she's treated for breathing problems. it's one more health concern for the bush family. >> reporter: the former first lady was admitted here showing signs of pneumonia. we're told she's in good spirits. she's not only receiving excellent care but has been visited by her family including
her husband george. h w. bush. the wife of bush 41 has been in and out of the hospital for years. in 20710 she had a mystery illness and was brought to the same hospital. she's also had open heart surgery here. in 1989 she was diagnosed with a thyroid condition known as grave's disease. this time it's signs of pneumonia. no news on when she'll get out. president barack obama 's health care law takes effect this morning. one part is on old. an order last night to block original affiliated organizations to include birth control in their health insurance. the organization of catholic nuns in denver argues it violates religious rights. the government has until friday morning to respond. the family of a brain dead
california girl faces a new obstacle. they want to move her to oakland hospital before tuesday when the court says the breathing machine will be shut out. she can't be fitted with feeding tubes needed for the transfer. monday's fire involved 18 rail cars. the mayor is urging federal officials to improve safety regulations for shipping by train. much of the northern u.s. in a deep freeze. chicago got a blast of new year's eve snow. the storm reaches the east tomorrow. single digits in philadelphia new york and baltimore by friday. pope francis welcomed his first new year. he spoke from the the balcony saying we belong to the same human family. few hours earlier, he celebrated
mass. he says the world is feeling in his words, hunger and thirst for justice, peace, god. a scientist a board a stranded ship in antarctica says the weather is better and they expect to leave tomorrow. the passengers and crew stomped on ice making a flat landing surface for a rescue helicopter. the ship has been stuck since
nelson mandela since i was about 18 years old. mandela says poverty is not a natural condition. it is man made. this is your chance to eradicate it. not pushing charity at all but actually injustice. i've always been on the justice tip rather than the charity one. >> what's the model to attack poverty and disease especially in africa? >> maybe not stressing the worthiness. maybe that will help. for example, the united states has a heroic story. you are way out in front in the fight against aids. 8 million people on antiviral drugs, most are a live because of americans.
do people know they're part of this incredible story? this is as heroic as your intervention in the second world war. no lives down just lives saved. >> you have to have a complex to do what you want to do. you've got to believe in yourself. you've got to believe it's possible. >> first of all, any one who finds their way to the front of a rock band standing in the spotlight on the center of stage definitely. the shy ones the, how did this happen to me ones. they're the very worst. i am a salesman. i come from a long line of traveling salespeople on my mother's side. i'm a group salesman of ideas. songs, melodies.
if i believe in them people get out on the streets, getting organized and fighting to eliminate extreme poverty is working. that's the mention because i believe if people understand it and see the successes of it then there will be more of us. i arrived as an activist you know social justice was part of u 2's agenda. >> u 2, how come it stayed on so long? what's the commitment that keeps it the way it is? the chemistry of a rock-n-roll band. >> you know you're as good as the arguments you get. i've got three of the greatest argument as on planet earth in this band.
they are people of great integrity. >> back in dublin, what makes a song writer? >> a song writer you know -- that is you know my drug of choice. >> that's the drug. >> that's the thing for me. i cannot believe you hear this melody line in your head and sort of take it down and find words for it and then arrangement for it. next thing you know you can be in a car in tokyo and it's on the radio. songs are everything to us in the band. people say your songs are like your children. no they're like your parents. really. they tell you what to do how to behave, how to misbehave, how to dress. everything you do is directed by the song. >> where are you in this new album?
there's a title that ten reasons to do something you threw out there that is not the title. >> somebody asked me what are you looking for? i said ten reasons to exist. i meant ten reasons to leave home and write good songs. does the world need another u 2 album, i'm not sure. there's so many out there. for sure they don't need hit unless it's great. >> do both these things commitment and making a better world, do they feed each other? >> there's also poetry. does that influence what you hope to do? >> it must. if music played a role to me it's kids listening to music. have been bob dylan, bob marley whispering words of descent and
encouragement in my ear. what i got from their music was a simple idea that the world outside the window was not fixed and it was more malable than everyone else is telling you. we're telling you that the world can be changed. and that you must change too. >> sometimes people say oh you know, they play imagine. that's the only song i don't like. they say what do you mean it's a hymn to universalism. >> i just don't like -- i love the band. he wrote the blueprint. but imagine wasn't one of them. i'm more of a actions, doing, building following my nose following curiosity to understand people and understand the world better and myself better.
>> he's always working at it always. at music, himself. i remember one time i saw an interview with him. he said when my band and i are hot, no one can touch us. >> i can't wait until they're on tour again. i'll be there. want to go? >> i'll go. >> would you like to come too many? >> i'm feeling left out. >> okay. sorry. go ahead. >> i'm looking out for you. the nobel peace price a warded in 1989 to the spiritual leader to millions of people and international symbol for millions of others. he insists he's only a simple buddhist monk. we spoke to him.
he's the 14th dally lama and the only one to visit new york. he spoke six different times in the visit. >> what was your message here many in the united states? >> i was telling people anger, hatred fear is very bad for our health. more and more scientists really showing interest about our mental system of emotion. >> and also about finding happiness. >> the purpose of this is such. how to become happy human being and happy human family and hopefully less divorce. or less drugs.
>> the dally lama is known for humor. it is believed each is a reincarceration of the previous one. as china began occupying in the 50s he left for india. after 50 years in exile he continues to call for a bet's a tonmy tonmy and hopes the leadership will listen. >> have you talked at all to president chi? >> no. some of my chinese friends say new leaders there's real thinking. >> real thinking. >> more open minded. >> the the government of the president? >> yes. >> you are more optimistic now
that tebet could gain autonomy. >> there are opinions among chinese friends. we'll see. >> china is telling world leaders not to meet with you. >> it's okay. it's their own view. it's quite logical. chinese officials consider me as demon. it's logical to stop meeting with demon. >> doesn't make you angry? after all angry season one of the temptations that have no place in this monk's life. >> no wine? no tobacco or anything like that. what do you do for fun? >> fun? use our head and think things. >> you have said one of your
weaknesses is beautiful women. >> of course seeing beautiful women, yes. so beautiful. then as a monk thinking of the children. many my friend american friends, also some european each time i see few years time they meet new wife. new wife. third wife like that. so married people not necessarily very happy. a lot of worry. also i think husband -- much portion of his money is used by lady. >> but you know many married
women also work. they don't need their husband's money. >> that's good to know. more independence. could the next dalai lama be a female? >> of course. if circumstance is favored, could be more useful. why not? >> do you think you're the last dalai lama? >> it's possible. it's no longer relevant and hit will cease. if that's the case in my lifetime that's heaven. >> i was so nervous to meet him. as you could see we had a fabulous conversation. >> that's probably not what you expected. >> it's very interesting discussion. he has many followers here in the united states and around the world. he's a man who's revered for spirituality for viewing
someone. i wouldn't view you as a man, journalist or father. i view you as another human being. there's certainly interest in that. >> he clearly felt comfortable talking to you. you could see that. >> he has one of the great laughs. >> doesn't he? >> really awesome. >> we got along so well. i was holding his hand. at one point he said i'm not supposed to hold your hand. we had a connection. >> big time. big time. >> you've watched jim nance cover sports. now he has a role far away from the microphone wine making. we'll tell you how that turned into a passion. and the reveal of the cbs news vault. michelle miller sees how her father helped to rush others after john f. kennedy was gunned down. a family decided to write
their way out of it. >> we hit the button to publish. that first day it sold 500 copies in 24 hours. i was like i think i might be on to something. >> how steamy romance novels became best sellers. the news is back in the morning. happy new year. we'll return here on "cbs this morning." resents the cold truth. [ coughs, sneezes ] [ sniffles ] i have a big meeting when we land but i am so stuffed up i can't rest. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil cold and flu liquid gels don't unstuff your nose. they don't? [ male announcer ] nope. they don't have a decongestant. really? [ male announcer ] really. alka seltzer plus night fights your worst cold symptoms plus has a fast-acting decongestant to relieve your stuffy nose. [ inhales deeply ] alka seltzer plus. oh. what a relief it is. [ male announcer ] can't find theraflu, try alka seltzer plus for fast liquid cold and flu relief.
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your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald good morning, everyone. 7:26. i'm frank mallicoat with your kpix 5 headlines on this new year's day. a 7-year-old girl was killed when an suv hit her and family members at a crosswalk in the tenderloin last night. new year bigger bills to most pg&e customers. the utility is charging nearly 3% for natural gas and electricity. also starting today, the cost to ride bart is going up 5%. the fare hike translates to about 19 cents more per ride. got your traffic and weather on this new year's day coming up right after the break.
good morning. happy new year! let's kick-start this brand-new day this brand-new year with a little bit of slow going in pacifica near sharp park boulevard. boy, very rarely do we hear from them. meanwhile, take a look at the san jose area where the guadalupe parkway in san jose slow going below the speed limit as is the nimitz freeway marina boulevard to i238 slow going. carquinez bridge to the maze is a 19-minute commute and 15 minutes apiece from the altamont pass and on the. tune to kcbs radio 740-am and 106.9-fm for your traffic needs. here's lawrence. >> a little chilly in spots. this afternoon well above average. chance of showers tuesday.
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happy new year and welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour a michigan couple turns the page on hard times. how 50"fifty shades of grey" helped them save their home. robert kennedy, one of them was our own, michelle miller. she joins us just ahead. cbs announcer jim nantz is one of the most familiar faces in sports. he's hosted everything from the super bowl to the masters but there's a siem of jim most fans don't know about. jeff glor is with us. good morning. >> norah, happy new year. it's not what you might guess.
he'll keep broadcasting but he's also found another job and a new home. >> hello friends. >> welcome fans. >> for 30 years he has delivered some of broadcast's most memorable lines. i've been in people's living rooms for more than half my life with a blue blazer on. i think people think i sleep in a blue blazer go out to din never a cbs blazer. that's my life and i'm so proud of my life but this truly is my life right here. >> here is northern california where jim nantz has found his second calling, making wine. >> it wouldn't seem there are many similarities between the jobs, are there? >> think there are some. i think i go into the booth, i have to have my research down. i want to be able to be there to
tell the story of a big sporting event. >> who's going to make the history? >> now, on the wine side i was researched. i spent a good ten years combing through valleying and talking to i haven't vintners. i wanted the product to be something authentic. >> nantz's dream became a reality in 20u9 after a chance meeting with peter deutsche. >> when you say chance meeting, what does that mean? >> i was in a restaurant in greenwich, connecticut, when this guy, 6'5" came over and interrupted my dinner. he said excuse me. i'm peter deutsche. i just read your book about your father that you wrote and i wanted to say hello. i feel like i've known you my whole life. and i said, thank you. what industry are you in? he said the wine business. i said really.
>> deutsche along with his father had built one of the most successful wine companies in the country, building brands including yellowtail. >> if jim had. written that book we would. be here. >> absolutely not. >> that chance meeting was a chance to make a new product as soon as nantz answered one pressing question. i asked him point blank does your name have to be on the label. he said the answer is in the money. >> i knew that could lead to a disaster. you can be the most beloved inger, golfer whatever you put your name on a label, it's a tough sell. so the graveyards of celebrity wine it's running oust space. >> you knew that having your name -- >> i'm not a vanity plate. i was lucky enough to have the
dream job. i always wanted to be calling american sporting events. >> the name they settled on, the calling. jim and tina have partnered with sun of the best vineyard ss. he and courtny launched their fifth product. starting at about $30 a bottle retail, the wine is not cheap but nance believes the quality exceeds bottles that cost twice as much. >> i look at it like this. i didn't grow up with a family that had an endless supply of money. i grew up in loving modest family environment. i wouldn't want to put something on the market that my parents, you know in their time couldn't go to a restaurant and afford to buy it. >> reporter: family ties are the reason this wine was launched in the first place and they're the
reason nance hopes it will last. >> this was an opportunity to try to take something that i taught myself a level of expertise and then could apply that passion and energy into something that could become a company that stays in my family for generations to come. >> one of the most challenging pieces ever shot. >> yeah i could tell. >> it looks like a painting. >> i know they forced you to do that. >> it was beautiful, so beautiful every time to go back there. >> we're big fans of jim nats on this show. >> so am i. they said 2012 was the best year and 2013 was almost as good. >> what i thought was nice was, would you like your name on it? if it helps, why not, but if not, i'd prefer not to.
very classy. >> they take it all apparently. itdy appeared i i'm shocked to hear that paige drank most of it. >> she's a producer. >> we love paige too. a michigan couple was broke and took a dramatic turn. they published a romance novel. we'll show you how they hit it really, really big. that's ahead on "cbs this morning." if you have moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis, like me, and you're talking to your rheumatologist about trying or adding a biologic. this is humira, adalimumab. this is humira working to help relieve my pain. this is humira helping me through the twists and turns. this is humira helping to protect my joints from further damage. doctors have been prescribing humira for over ten years. humira works by targeting and helping to block
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children were deep in a financial crisis. >> clipping coupons for hours a day. >> you were living week to week. >> we were living day to day. >> reporter: their youngest son had contract add virus. jack was forced to leave a teaching program to care for him. sin da a music and theater teacher saw her income cut when a school program was canceled. >> how close did you come to losing this house? >> probably about 30 days. >> what were you thinking at that point? >> what are we going to do because you can't really show up at our parents' with a family of seven, like can we sleep on your couch. it was pretty scary. >> it was very scary. >> that's when jacinda started researching self-publishing. she and jack an english major, began reading every book on the bestseller's list to understand what reersd wanted. the blockbuster "50 shades of grey" caught jacinda's eye
i went up to my room and decided to write a story but one i could identify it with. >> she called "big girls do it better." her subject? >> her everyday story. we hit the publish button and sold 500 copies in 25 hours. we started writing like mad and i think in what like six months we put out 20 titles. >> reporter: 20 titles? >> yeah. i think we soured three times. >> reporter: they quickly earned them to meet their $1,200 monthly mortgage pages as their self-published romance ebooks went public. >> reporter: some of your books are steamy. >> they are. >> reporter: and you met in a
bible study group. >> they with. >> reporter: and were you concerned what they would -- >> they were. >> real life is messy. real life doesn't happen in biblical sense you know. people meet they swear, they make love they get angry at each other. >> right. we write that. >> reporter: with each book their sales have climbed higher. then this spring a romance called "falling into you," about a girl's first love who dies suddenly shot onto the "new york times" bestseller's live. she was out driving with her kids the day it hit number one on amazon. >> i was crying like hysterically. >> she called me crying uncontrollably. i told her to slow down. >> look at amazon. >> they have asked to use their pen names because they've been overwhelmed by success.
they've sold over a million ebooks. you did this by word of mouth. >> almost totally by word of mouth. >> they live in detroit. they did buy a new playset for their kids. >> that is one of the big things we splurged on. >> how often do you think of the moment you almost lost your house? >> a lot. i think every name when we go to bed and we're saying our prayers, that comes in our mind. we're very grateful and humble and know what a miracle this is. >> reporter: where do you go from this? >> that's a good question. >> write more books. >> that's a good statement. write more books. we're back in the basement. >> reporter: one of their books ended up on the top selling list. >> what happened after that. >> they got so much attention they figured they had to move.
they had to move. they stayed in the house for quite a while. they're trying to capitalize on it. >> what is their new address? i love the thing. it says sex can't be empty or casual. >> what is empty sex? >> i came here on new year's day to answer that question? >> i'm trying to figure out what empty sex is. >> i thought you knew better than me. i don't know. >> whew. >> norah. it's getting hot in here. >> i'm sorry. >> this is -- in the world according to gayle i don't believe in casual sex or sex on the first date. i'm trying to figure out what empty sex is. >> i'm not taking any manufacture owes these new yeer ees year's assignments. >> jacinda is not her real name. >> can we get out of this
segment? >> i don't know. i don't know if i'm sboing to be speaking to you. but anyway it's good to see their success. >> and it's all self maid and it's amazing. it goes to show you what you can do the new year starting out dry. high pressure building in today going to strengthen a little bit more. sunshine coming our way. and the temperatures going to be warming up a few more degrees into the afternoon. plan on 67 livermore, 65 san jose, 66 in oakland. next couple of days, probably a little bit warmer, maybe near 70 degrees in some of the hottest spots by tomorrow afternoon. then we'll cool down slightly on friday. a slight chance of showers by next tuesday. one of our cbs news correspondents has a deeply personal connection to the assassination of robert f. kennedy. michelle miller's fare rushed to help the shooting victims.
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well it's that time when we kind of reflect on the past year and look forward. >> look forward to the year ahead. >> yeah. any resolutions this year gayle? >> i'm going to have empty sex. that's what i'm going to do. something i've never done before. thank you, anthony mason. >> first of all, let me just say, though your resolutions last year were -- >> you didn't live up to them. >> driving a stick. >> what happened to that. >> not so good. and i here been wanting to learn spanish for five years. >> what happened to that. >> i haven't done that either. so the empty sex won't happen either either. is that the point you're making? >> you have a lot to live up to. what is yours? >> i have one. my middle daughter is going off to college. i want to spend more time with her because i feel like i'm about to lose her. >> that's very sweet. >> i said i was going to run a
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jahi mcmath's family continues their effort to move the girl from good morning, everyone. 7:56. i'm frank mallicoat. got your kpix 5 headlines on this new years day. jahi mcmath's family continues the effort to move the girl from children's hospital oakland. the family wants an outside doctor to insert a feeding tube to move her out and the hospital says she is dead and won't allow it. host of new laws effect in california today including 11 new gun control restrictions, owners will now have to register long guns with the state. and another law creates tougher penalties for parents who don't properly store their firearms. got your traffic and new year's day forecast much more coming up right after the break.
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the south bay san jose capitol expressway 680 northbound. solo pickup truck into a pole on the right shoulder. certainly not good news there. meanwhile, the caldecott tunnel california 24 congested, highway 92 westbound mariners island boulevard also some congestion there. bright sunshine for the carquinez bridge to the maze, 19-minute commute. and it will cost you 15 minutes on i238 to i-80 the maze. and if you are heading i-880 to u.s. 101 in a matter of minutes, there's only a nine- minute commute. for all your traffic needs, tune to kcbs radio 740-am and 106.9-fm. here's lawrence. >> we have some great weather around the bay area. looks like we are going to have some sunshine coming our way. and high pressure holding on here going to send temperatures well above average. in fact, these numbers by the afternoon impressive again. 65 in san jose. 67 in livermore. 66 in redwood city. staying dry the next few days, slight chance of showers tuesday.
♪ on new year's day ♪ ♪ a world in white is under way ♪ >> good morning, anthony, good morning, gayle good morning, everybody. it is 8:00 a.m. and happy new year. welcome back to "cbs this morning." 45 years after robert kennedy's assassination, a cbs news correspondent is learning how her own father became a hero that night. and president obama is only weeks away from starting the second year of his second term. major garrett, didi myers and bill kristol on what's ahead. but first a look at today's "eye opener@8." >> huge crowds rang in new year's. >> the former first lady was
admitted to houston methodist hospital showing signs of pneumonia. >> a reported explosion at an apartment building in minneapolis. 13 people have been injured. >> supreme court justice sonya soet o mayor signed an order to block health insurance. >> holding your han. oh, i'm not supposed to hold your hand. >> the books you write are kind of steam. >> they're very steamy. >> sex can't be empty or -- >> casual. >> what is empty sex? >> i came here on new year's day to answer that question? ♪ >> i'm gayle king with norah
o'donnell and with us is anthony mason. happy new year's to all of us. charlie's off on this new year's kay. let's get a check on this morning's headlines. >> millions of americans stayed up late to celebrate the beginning of 2014. tourists and new yorkers packed into times square for last night's ball drop. in las vegas a giant fireworks show drew hundreds of thousands to the strip. partiers in key west saw the traditional drop of a high heeled shoe carrying a drag queen. former first lady barbara bush is in a houston hospital this morning. the 88-year-old was admitted monday to be treated for breathing problems. she's in great spirits and has been receiving family visits. president obama's health care law officially launches this morning but one part of obama care will not begin yet. as susan mcginnis reports a last-minute order excuses religious groups from offering
birth control coverage. >> reporter: supreme court justice sonia sotomayor had a busy new year's eve. she dropped the same crystal ball in times square to welcome in 2014. >> three, two -- >> justice sotomayor delayed the requirement that religious organizations offer birth control ast as part oh their health insurance plans or face penalties. the request for the stay came from the little sisters of the poor home for the aged in denver which says it goes against their catholic beliefs. religious groups fought against offering contraceptive since it was first proposed as part of the affordable care act. the white house eventually offered a compromise which keeps the organizations from paying for the coverage. >> the insurance company, not the hospital not the charity, will be required to reach out and offer the woman contraceptive care free of charge. >> but lawyers for the little
sisters argue the change still requires the nuns to find an insurer who will provide contraceptive coverage, which they are opposed to. the obama administration has until 10:00 a.m. friday morning to respond to soettomayorsotomayor's order. more than 2 million americans will gain health n this morning when the affordable care act kicks in. that's how many people have enrolled in private health care plans under obama care. the white house has hoped for 3.3 million enrollees by this time. utah is asking the supreme court to block same-sex marriages in that state. more than 900 couples have married since december 20th when a judge struck down a ban filed by voters. one appeals court already has refused the state's request. wall street is resting this morning after an historic year. the dow jones industrial gained 72 points yesterday closing at 16576. that is another all-time high.
the blue chip index was up more than 26% in 2013. that's its biggest one-year gain since the mid-'90s. pthe nasdaq did better gaining 23%. and many analysts predict the market rally will continue in the new year. a huge fire is burning in minneapolis. temperatures there are below zero. fire crews crush ss rushed to the scene two hours ago. an eyewitness tells our minneapolis station that people inside were jumping out of windows to escape the flames. officials are reporting multiple injuries. president obama is celebrating the new year in hawaii where he's on vacation. yesterday he treated family and friends to a traditional hawaiian treat, sha
he had just gained victory in the democratic primary for president. the doctor in the role to try to save kennedy had been lost in history but not to his family. his daughter is here she's our michelle miller. >> this is a very personal story, part of my own family lore. growing up my father used to talk about how he rushed to senator kennedy's side. but not until my own son dared me to prove it did i look for the evidence to back up what my dad had told me. with calm precision dr. ross miller described to cbs news correspondent terry drinkwater the tragedy that had unfolded backstage hours earlier. >> can you describe the senator's wounds? >> well they were massive blood and head injuries. the extent of them could not be ascertained immediately. >> i never knew this interview existed. few did. it was buried deep within the cbs news archives.
>> how did mrs. kennedy appear to take this? >> well obviously, she was terribly upset. i thought she handled herself excellently. she was not in a state of panic. she was deeply concerned about her husband. >> my father campaigned for kennedy and became his delegate. a compton city councilman, he believed the senator was the best hope for bridging the nation's economic and racial divide. he and hundreds of supporters were celebrating kennedy's victory in the california primary. >> it's on to chicago, and let's >> and panic rippled over the ballroom. >> is there a doctor in the house, please? >> five rushed backstage to help, including my father a trauma surgeon. kennedy's friend paul schrade, a union official who shared the stage with him minutes earlier, was first person who went down. he took a bullet to the head while standing next to the senator. >> there's still a dent there. the bullet went into the first
layer of skull and out. >> you're lucky. >> very lucky. if i'd been an inch taller it really would have got me. >> dr. marvin irsher saw schrade bleeding on the floor. who was that doctor do you know? >> i don't know. >> it was that chaotic. >> i was concentrating on the task at hand. >> schrade was drifting and in out of consciousness. he has virtually no memory of that night. this is what we found in the cbs news archives. >> how many others were hit, doctor. >> i know of two others. i also took care of paul schrade who had a deep laceration of the forehead. although he had a great deal of blood loss apparently his injuries are not critical. >> to see this and to see how he knew your name. >> yeah. this is a real surprise for me. because you know i didn't see
him for one thing. but now i know that he was there and helping, how can i express my gratitude for that except to say to you that huh a great father. >> in all there were six shooting victims including journalist ira goldstein and william wisele. democratic party activist elizabeth evans and kennedy campaign volunteer irwin stroll. everyone except kennedy survived. my father died in 1996 without ever again seeing the people he had helped. two publications cited his service. a cover story in "jet" magazine and a photo caption in "life." but i couldn't find him in the picture. so we tracked down the man who took it bill etheridge. who is identified as dr. ross miller in that picture? >> i don't know. >> etheridge was responsible for many of the iconic images that night. >> i backed into the crowd. i'm holding the crowd back,
camera's around my neck. and every once in a while, i would reach down and go like that. that's how this picture was made. >> but of all the pictures he took, it seemed none captured my father tending the injured. for decades, etheridge said he couldn't talk about that night with anyone who was there with him. >> i find it quite difficult because we all know what would have happened. >> what would have happened? >> the country would be in a far better place i believe, had he become president. >> the loss of kennedy so traumatized etheridge, he fled to the mountains of mont. paul schrade sought solace in the desert. eventually both found their sense of purpose. schrade helping to build the robert f. kennedy school on the site of the former ambassador
hotel. the ballroom where kennedy gave his final speech is now the library that bears schrade's name. etheridge went on to publish two books on bobby kennedy. he allowed us to go through some of his unpublished photos. that's when something jumped out at me. bill, i think we may have found him. >> where? >> i think we may have found him. >> let me see. >> it's a picture inside the good samaritan hospital. there in the corner standing just outside of kennedy's room the good dr. miller. >> yes, it's him. >> that's him. >> that's him. >> finally, the photographic proof that my dad actually did what he said. my family history forever intertwined with the night that may have changed the course of american history. thank you. >> all right. all right. >> and that's where we first aired this report i was contacted by dozens of people who said they knew my father and
had been helped by him. bill etheridge passed away sadly, in october, and his contributions to photography and history live on. >> incredible story. thank you, michelle. when oprah winfrey decided to sell some of her things she didn't plan to do it herself. who? you know oprah. you'll see how they took control and what went on the auction block. gayle takes all of us behind the scenes with oprah only on "cbs this morning." if you have moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis, like me, and you're talking to your rheumatologist about trying or adding a biologic. this is humira, adalimumab. this is humira working to help relieve my pain. this is humira helping me through the twists and turns. this is humira helping to protect my joints from further damage. doctors have been prescribing humira for over ten years. humira works by targeting and helping to block
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oprah's big estate auction raised more than $600,000 back in september and it depose to her academy in south africa. because we know people it's an event we couldn't miss. the crowd gathered early in santa barbara for a chance to bid on hundreds of oprah's personal items. >> how are you? >> i'm good good good. >> i can't believe you're letting that go that girl. you loved her. >> oprah reluctantly agreed to
play role of auctioneer after a little convincing. >> what do you want me to do? talk about a few things? >> auction it off. i don't know how to action. >> i'm going to teach you. >> oh no no no. >> oh, no no no no. >> no, no no no no no. i'm nothing going to be aing 5$5 $10. >> 2,500. >> i think i want to keep this. >> go over and get yourself a bid number. >> do you have a hard time let gog of things. >> i wasn't thinking about the doll doll. i have so many dolls. >> i think you should keep her. >> so the first item up is a poster that i received when i was a part of "the color purple." okay, 22.
23. 24! 25. do i hear 25? $4,000? $4,000? $4,000 going once $4,000 going twice, $4,100? 41 going once 41 going twice, sold for $4,100! that is amazing. >> for someone who didn't want to do the bidding, i think she's getting into it. as an added bonus, oprah personalized the items to the highest bidder. >> you changed my life. >> i just love this piece. it's called "ladies' day." so gayle you're now in in. >> i'm thinking on f the children. >> usually gayle just comes by my house and says if you don't
want that, i do. now you're actually painting. okay, that's good. i can't let her go. i can't let her go. >> are you serious? >> yes. don't let her go. don't let mer go. >> gayle says don't let her go. >> no, gayle's not. but i know she loved this doll. don't let her go. >> i'm going to keep her. i'm going to keep her. >> and when her auctioneer duties were done final thoughts. >> but you saved my doll. >> yeah. and i don't think you're going to regret it. >> i don't think i will regret sniet now that your part is over -- >> i can't wait to do it again. >> i don't know when that's going to happen again but it raised close to $800,000 for the school so it was a good thing. >> it looked like a fun day sniet was. >> you're watching "cbs this morning." we'll be right back.
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your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald good morning, it's 8:25. i'm michelle griego. the chp has reopened a freeway on-ramp in oakland after a deadly accident. a woman was killed earlier this morning after her car flipped on the on-ramp from lakeshore avenue to westbound interstate 580. >> san francisco workers will see their hourly rate go up 19 cents from 10:55 an hour to 10:74. san jose workers will see a 15- cent hike setting their minimum wage at 10.15 an hour. and 2014 has arrived in the bay area as partiers welcomed in the new year. this fireworks display was in san francisco. thousands gathered along the embarcadero to watch the 15- minute display. stay with us. traffic and weather in just a moment.
good morning. happy new year. let's kick-start your brand-new year with a brand-new problem. we have a small brush fire eastbound 580 at broadway. caused a little bit of congestion because it got some looky loos out there. a cow in the road on 680 southbound. let's take a look at a little bit of a problem this morning
congestion heading on highway 24 as you make your way through the caldecott tunnel to the bay bridge. carquinez bridge to the maze 19 minutes. 15 minutes on 238 to 80. and meanwhile, smooth sailing on 880 to 101. bart now operating on a holiday schedule as is muni and caltrain. ace no service today. but here with your weather is lawrence. >> we got cows on the road. >> we have cows. >> that's crazy way to start out 2014. [ laughter ] >> mooo! out the door today a chilly beginning to the day. some temperatures down to the 20s and 30s but look at your skies. beautiful looking toward mount diablo. we have a lot of sunshine out there. it's going to continue as we're going to see that ridge of high pressure strengthen today. so the first day of the new year will actually be a little bit warmer outside. this afternoon, let's plan on 67 degrees in livermore, 65 in san jose and 62 in san francisco. probably a little warmer tomorrow with temperatures near 70. cooling friday, dry weekend, showers tuesday.
welcome back to "cbs this morning" and happy new year. in less than three weeks, president obama begin his sixth year in office. last year was full of challenges setbacks and a few small victories nchl 2014 the white house will take on many of the same issues including obama care, nsa surveillance and iran's nuclear program. >> with us this morning our chief white house correspondent major garrett, dee dee. >> major garrett, you're there every day, hould would you rate
this past year? >> it did not work out well. if you looked he was in the middle 50s. he's now in the mid to low 40s for all of those. so all of those things have lost 10 to 12 to 15 pointss depending ontown poll. not only has his approval suffered, but all of the fundamentals that a president relies upon in his second term to maintain his relevance and to project authority are weaker than they were a year ago. >> you know dee dee it looks like there was a misstep that the republicans made with the shutdown and the rollout of the obama careweb site which was so devastating to the president's credibility and his poll numbers. >> it's still hard to understand how that happened why they didn't see such a huge problem coming down the tracks for them. they made a lot of progress fixing the website. the front end is working much
better. it's incumbent on them. it will be gauged by how successful the program is, whether it provides coverage for people who don't currently have it. but the president needs to make a pivot. he needs to figure out how to get some things down that answer the question dho you care about the middle class. that's been the strength of his presidency. he needs to figure out how he can make progress without necessarily going through congress on things that people actually care about and will feel in their lives. >> do you think they'd be having the problems they're having if obama care had. had such a debacle? >> i think it was a tough year but there's no question it got quantitatively -- >> we know the parties that control the white house tend to suffer when the approval rating is below 50%. if he wants to recover here what has he got? six months?
>> reality is what matters. they say we have a communications problem. we're going to turn it around. we're shuffling it up a little bit. look, if you turn the actual conduct of the war in iraq around, unless you recover from the harriet miers debacle and two others things it's not going to turn around and it's the same here. if obama care turns around but i'm doubtful it will. if the actual premiums and coverage -- if people like it and iran stops nuclear weapons i think president obama will say a year from now i went through a lot of tough stuff, but look at the fundamental issues. i'm going beto be vindicated. >> one ghoul year for the republican party either bill. >> number there have been some rough patches. honestly if you look at where they were a year ago, after
romney had lost i think they had given in intelligently on the tax hikes for the welly there was huge internal fighting. they've connell out of it actually better than i would have expected. and, again at the end of the day it's about the party in the white house. republicans are look pretty optimistically now after 2014 and maybe taking back the senate. then they need to really think about 2016 and have a positive conservative or former agenda. not just capitalize. >> you see the economy picking up theme. >> people are feeling better about their own personal financial situation. they don't credit very much. you asked about time. a key marker will be a state of the union address. he's going to have to have credibility. the obama carrolle crystalized it.
it was a huge issue not just for that but what you're doing on behalf of security and how you're balancing privacy rights. the president's lost tremendous amount of support from young vouters because they didn't anticipate he would be like george bush and possibly more so. if the president doesn't take that head on at the state of the union -- i predict he will -- he's going to have a problem. >> i was going to say, what are you hearing, anthony, about the state of the union, their feeling about what they're doing? >> you have to apologize for obama care and set that debate. >> has. that been done? >> by the 20th of january the preident will have a couple of things that is not currently noble, which is how many people signed up, how many people were successfully covered, and how is moving twarpd the march 31st end of enrollment time. there will be time to access all
of those things and anecdotes and all of those things. deal with nsa, talk about iran and make one last push where the republicans and the president might find common ground deviation. >> to the point that dee dee made, the middle class is still an issue. they're in even worse trouble now. you talk about obama's numbers falling. they've fallen precipitously. and the election ultimately will be the election about the economy, again, i suspect, because that's what people really care about. how does he shift that debate? >> i think one of the things he'll do in the state of the union to address that is talk about things he can do without going to congress. there are certain things you have to get done. immigration reform orks farm bill, only things that can be accomplished legislate actively. this is a strength of the new one, john podesta, what can he do to move things forward that
don't involve congress and without the different agencies and departments of the government. i think you'll hear the president talk about here's what we're going do while we try to get past the bipartisanship. >> they really need to do more with the budget deal investigation been cut in november. i think paul ryan is in january going to announce a pretty big republican set of forms that will replace obama care so they can deal with the challenge which you don't have anything to propose in obama care's place and then i think the growth agenda is the challenge for both parties. the republicans have been too obsessed. we kept the spending level for two years buchl that doesn't tell people how -- you know that doesn't improve opportunity and social ability in america. the obama administration has been worried so they've actually lost the focus on that. if you think what's the republican's agenda to help main
street middle class, i would suspect most would have trouble on either side. >> and the republican party is also suffering an identity crisis where you see more and more speaker of the house willing to take on conservative groups who criticize the ryan budget deal where you see more and more what you would consider establishment conservative republicans like is senator john cornyn being challenged by republican tea partiers. how big is this war and who wins its? >> it's a struggle at the time. there hasn't been this since 1997 and 1978. what came out of that? some healthy debates for the party. i think most of what we're now seeing, though, is sort of the residue of the fights of 2013. e'd be pretty surprised if they don't get pretty united. >> who will run them in 2016 will be play of this if it's chris christie versus ted cruz
versus marko rubio. >> you can have pretty big primary contests and come out strong irif debates are kept under control and fundamentals are agreed upon. >> there's going to be -- it depends on who wins the primaries, whether it's the establishment win. >> you said here on the first day 2014. we've got little ways to go. >> you have the last word. >> the president's authority and clouds wayne clouds wane as it naturally does, he also has to understand and try to direct the post-obama cam pavement that's not really easy. you have joe biden looking at it. hellory clinton and he has to influence what is the party going to be. is it going to be a third term
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headlines... a woman is dead after her car flipped on an on- ramp to westbound i-580 in oakland... police reckless driver ea good morning. 855. i'm michelle griego. a woman is dead after her car flipped into an on-ramp to westbound 580 in oakland. police got a report of a reckless driver early this morning. officers found a car upside- down with a driver trapped inside. >> jahi mcmath's family continues their effort to move the girl from children's oakland. the family wants an outside doctor to insert a feeding tube so they can remove her but the hospital says the girl is dead and won't allow the procedure. a host of new laws went into effect in california today including 11 new gun control restrictions. owners will now have to register long guns with the state and another law creates tougher penalties for parents
who don't properly store their firearms. here's lawrence. >> a lot of sunshine coming our way if you are getting up and out the door we have mostly clear skies and looks like a beautiful beginning to 2014. can't get the rain in here so let's enjoy sunshine under high pressure. temperatures running well above the average. you see a few storm systems off the coastline but just not going to get here so we are left high and dry. temperature of 65 in san jose, 65 in concord, one of the warmer spots into livermore valley at 67 degrees, 62 in san francisco. along the coastline temperatures generally in the low 60s. i think tomorrow will warm the numbers up a little more getting near 70 degrees in some of the warmest spots inland. a few clouds begin to come our way toward friday. and the temperatures cool off a few degrees. offshore winds kick in over the weekend with plenty of sunshine and then there's a slight chance of showers just a slight chance as we head in toward next tuesday. we are going to check your "kcbs traffic" coming up next.
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