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is morning. it's chilly out there as we look live down towards san jose. have a merry christmas, everybody. merry christmas! captions by: caption colorado firstname.lastname@example.org hey, goodorni hey, good morning and merry christmas. it is thursday, december 25th, 2014. welcome to "cbs this morning." one of the nation's most prominent catholic voices comes to studio 57. archbishop joseph kurtz on pope francis's holiday message. we look back at some of our favorite stories. including amazing technology that could give our troop as leg up. and new this morning, kennedy center honorary, ballerina patricia mcbride looks back on an astounding year. but first, today's eye
opener, your world in 90 seconds. >> the faithful around the world celebrate christmas. >> pope francis celebrated with a traditional late night mass in the basilica. >> celebrating at the church of the nativity. >> what's your favorite part about christmas? >> spending time with my family. >> protesters clashed with police at the scene of tuesday's shooting, 18-year-old -- >> video appeared to show him pointing a gun at the officer. >> an error at the cdc may have exposed a lab worker to ebola. >> now available on demand and will be on movie screens today. >> thank you, everyone. thank you. former president h.w. bush remains in a houston hospital. a spokesman says his prognosis remains positive. christmas came early in hong kong when millions in cash spilled out onto the highway. >> all that -- >> the queen arrived for a traditional christmas day
church service. >> she's joined by senior members of the royal family. >> we're here with our family and we're all hugely excited about seeing the royal family. >> and all that matters -- >> firefighters in prove dins rhode island giving gifts to a family they saved from a burning building the day before. >> i just want to give you a hug. >> on "cbs this morning." >> central michigan, a comeback for the ages. >> the unthinkable with one second left has happened. >> they went for a two-point conversion for the win. >> and he didn't make it. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" presented by toyota. let's go places. merry christmas and welcome to "cbs this morning." do you like my red? >> that's how i'm feeling. this is my new christmas sweater.
i know it's a little sparkly but i'm thinking you can use sparkle on christmas morning. >> merry christmas to both of you. >> what a happy time. >> before we get started, a quick check of the morning's headlines. good morning and merry christmas. i'm vinita nair. christians around the world are celebrating the birth of jesus. pope francis blessed pilgrims at the vatican this morning. he also accused isis of, quote, brutal persecution of other religions. last night the pope telephoned a group of christian refugees in iraq. police clash with protesters for a second night in berkeley, missouri over the shooting of an 18-year-old man. protesters blocked highway traffic. berkeley's mayor said there are differences between this shooting and the michael brown case. >> some people die because the policeman initiate it. some other people die -- wait a minute. hold up. some people die because they initiated it.
and at this point, our review indicates that the police did not initiate this. >> berkeley is about two miles from ferguson where brown was killed. "the interview" is now playing this morning in theaters and living rooms near you. just one week ago, threats of violence led sony pictures to cancel the controversial film's release. as anna werner reports, fans are happy, and so are the filmmakers. >> reporter: one of the stars of the movie seth rogen surprised fans attending a midnight screening of "the interview" in los angeles. >> thank you. >> reporter: tickets were sold out in this theater. >> dave. >> kim. >> reporter: "the interview" was also released.
flooding the internet with postings. sony's deal with microsoft and google makes the film available online on various platforms and on the website seetheinterview.com. in a statement, the studio said it has always been sony's attention to release the film and digital distribution was chosen to reach as many people as possible on opening day. >> we haven't heard the last of the streaming partners that are going to be joining sony. we have yet to hear from netflix and itunes, many others. stay tuned. i think this streaming list could get longer. >> it's the first rule of journalism. you give the people what they want. >> reporter: for cbs this morning, anna werner dallas. the cdc will monitor a lab technician after a possible exposure to ebola. the agency says an experiment used a live virus that was handled without proper protection. the sample was moved into a lab where the technician was working. >> former president h.w. bush remains in a houston hospital. a spokesman said the 90-year-old was hospitalized after having shortness of breath. he had a good day wednesday.
pope pope francis recently made a revelation. he told new parents he was baptized on this day, christmas, 78 years ago. >> the pope also talked about gifts this season. he asked the world's catholics to become missionaries of joy. he urged people not to worry about that holiday rush but, quote, think of all the good things that life has given you. >> joseph kurtz is the archbishop of louisville and the archbishops. thank you. >> merry christmas. >> to you as well. >> thank you, thank you. >> why is joy crucial to our lives? >> well, don't you think people recognize the joyful person and want to hang around them? i mean that's not an accident. >> is that what this pope's success about is about? >> think it is. i think it is. i hope there are many people in
people's lives that say this person is a joy. our holy father is someone who comes through who's living a simple life. there's not a sense he's acting out cement. he's acting out joy. i think he lives in the present moment. you can just see it. there's a spontaneity with him. that attracts everybody. gospel of joy. >> he's so authentic. that's the thing that gravitates, i think, to people. >> we met october 4th, the feast of saint francis, great day, his patron saint. we met for about 45 minutes. he emanated joy. he had time for us. what did we want to talk about, and i wanted to talk about his visit. >> his visit to america. >> it will be his first. i hope you're all getting anxious. i hope you're as excited as i am. >> he'll come in the fall of 2015 and start in philadelphia.
>> i don't know that he'll start in philadelphia but the main presence will be felt in philadelphia, norah, you're right. >> what can we expect when he comes here? >> well of course he's coming primarily for the world meeting of families. this will be a great time for people to come together in philadelphia, the city of brotherly love, in order to renew our commitment to family. you and i know that we're in the midst of the synod, so it will be days before the general synod begins. so we're hoping he'll give a shot in the arm to all of us with regard to family. >> remind us of what the synod is? >> very few times that the church has doubleheader. like in baseball. but it's october. and so the last synod this past october was on the challenges of the family.
now the synod coming up is talking about the mission and vocation of family to the world and to the church. >> this comes from a new biography of him. they call him a bit of a radical. >> yes. >> we know of his identification with the poor and his emphasis on being pastoral. this is what he says. dynamic, disconcerting leadership. which while delighting catholics and attracting people beyond the boundaries of faith has dismayed and disconcerted a number of christians in church. >> he's talking about getting back to the gospel. here it is christmas day. getting rid of all the wrapping paper, so to speak, and getting to the core message which is as our holy father said, it's the message of the love of jesus and the mercy that he shows to each one of us and that we need to show to others. i think that's the radical nature of what he's about. and, of course, he comes with a style. i've been reading that book to
try to understand more. >> what have you understood? >> i think the fact that he sees the person first. he has often said -- he says it in the joy of the gospel. he said he favors realities over ideas. he's a smart man. it's not that he doesn't want to talk about ideas. but i think he doesn't want to get so far away and argue about ideas that you miss the person in front of him. >> it's so interesting that you say that because he sees the person first. i think that's what people are struck by. whether you're gay, whether you're divorced, people who have been ostracized from the catholic church, the pope seems to be extending his arms to them. >> he does, norah. one of the things he uses -- i don't know if he would use the word "art," but the art of accompaniment. what does it mean to be accompanied, especially when you're hurting. when i was ordained in 1972, i
didn't know it was accompanied. they entered into the lives of people and they accompanied them on a path to christ. >> is it possible because there's so much emphasis on him doing, that because it reminds us that jesus was a radical that the church had forgotten that a bit? >> why do i need a retreat every year? and i need it. why? because i need to return to the roots. i imagine that's true of all of you in journalism, that you need to -- >> we need a lot of things. >> but what brought you to the true message. i think a pope in a sense -- i think pope francis as
pontificate has been a big treat for me. it's called me to go back and to what's most basic and important in my own life and i think that's what's attracting people. >> you know, we focus on what's so different from one another, we focus on political parties, people focus on different genders, different races, different religions. certainly we have conflict all over the world, instead of focusing on how people are alike. >> i think that's right. the pope says, listen, i'm a son of the church. meaning, i'm not wanting to change doctrine. i know there's something beautiful in the doctrine and, in fact, in the truth of christ. but in doing that, wasn't it jesus who saw the person first and front. even someone who was in a very sinful situation. that jesus ended up saying, now go and sin no more. he never said that as his first words. he was always reaching out. i think that's what pope francis
is doing. in basically saying that the role of the holy father is to serve and so the role of those who assist him is to serve. that's good news. in fact, i hope when i go back to louisville kentucky that i'm able to say, that's what i want to do i want to serve people. which is getting, again, to use that word radical, getting back to the very roots of what the church is about. our mission is to present jesus christ to the world at every age. >> never a better time to celebrate than christmas. >> oh, especially when you look at the fact that christmas slows us down. it makes all of us, i think, think about others. i celebrate actually on christmas day the mass of the air. i often think, it's a mass that goes on in louisville in which people are maybe living alone but they're somehow joined that day to the church. so i think in some ways it does bring us to the deep ministries of life and maybe makes is a
little more like children that we're supposed to be. >> may we never lose that, that joy. are you handling the interview when he comes here to the united states? >> am i handling it. i can't handle my own interview. >> maybe you could put his name in for us. >> you know what wouldn't that be a great thing? >> that would be a great thing. >> he does have a fondness about talking to people in the media. and i like that that's a good thing. >> you can tell him you know people. >> very nice to have you here. >> thanks, gayle. merry christmas. nearly 80% of americans identify themselves as christians but only a third go to church on a regular basis. falling attendance often blamed on discord over issues like same-sex marriage. jericka duncan shows us an australian megachurch bucking that trend in this country. >> what's the point of all this? religion is the elaborate handshake. pray a lot. make a lot of noise. show how good you are. do all the stuff. >> reporter: inside the grand ballroom carl lynch is electrifying the audience.
this is not the latest blockbuster on broadway. >> take a shot in letting the ruler rule. ♪ jesus ♪ >> reporter: this is new york city's hillsong church and lynch, the 35-year-old husband and father of three, is not your average pastor. you anywhere anywhere from six to seven sermons on sunday. is it tiring? >> yeah, it's tiring but you get refreshed. because you're doing what you were born to do. >> you want to gauge how you're doing spiritually? >> reporter: lynch graduated from hillsong bible college. by 2010, he began preaching in new york city's nightclubs. it was the start of hillsong in the u.s. >> now a largely young crowd of 7,000 people line up to attend one of seven services offered each sunday. what do you think separates you from other mega churches? >> people often talk about the trendy aspects of our church. it's a small portion. there's a lot of people in our church right this second who
don't care about fashion, they don't care about what looks cool. we just say, you come as you are and there's going to be a place for you here. >> we have a passion to do something significant. >> reporter: senior pastor brian houston founded hillsong 30 years ago. >> when we started, we had no idea that one night we would have campuses and churches all over the globe like we do today. ♪ >> reporter: young people are drawn to hillsong's music. the church has its own record label that sold 16 million albums world wide and makes $100 million a year. ♪ i believe in the resurrection ♪ >> reporter: every week in 12 countries, 75,000 faithful follow hillsong services and many follow online on social media, including justin bieber. and nba star kevin durant was baptized by pastor lynch. >> the music, it's eye opening. people go, wow didn't know
churches could do stuff like that. which is sad but that's the truth. that's why it opens so many doors, because it's so good. ♪ cry if not for me ♪ >> reporter: while the concert-like atmosphere differs from a traditional christian church, hillsong says its religious principles are the same. >> we're bible believing christians. we don't want to turn our backs on all. we want to connect with some. >>. >> reporter: do you walk away from any issues? >> no. >> reporter: what are your thoughts about premarital sex? >> that's a higher question you know, what does god say about purity, what does god say about valuing other people. >> reporter: what do you teach? >> sex is for marriage. >> reporter: abortion. >> life is sacred. whatever you choose to do that is still home for you. you have to make your own decision. we're going to walk with you either way. this what we believe. life is sacred. but we still love you.
>> reporter: women can serve any role in the church. openly gay couples are welcome. but he does not support same-sex marriage. why don't you agree with same-sex marriage? >> i think it's clear. we are the painted tongue of the word of god, which is the scriptures and that's the stand we take. >> we're not against anything. we are for what the bible says. i have the right to have my belief as you have your belief. >> reporter: welcome home signs remind worshipers they're part of a family and by making faith fresh, he believes this crowd will continue to embrace his christian message. >> sometimes in the church isn't going to change the methods, then it will become irrelevant. >> i know what we do, love god, love life love people and let the chips fall where they may. >> let the chips fall where they may. >> my attitude is if it brings you to somewhere, where you're
leading a better life, it's good for you. >> it's so true. the first time is when bubba watson was in the green room. he came in. i thought, who's that guy, all tatted up? >> tatted is tattooed? >> yeah, tattoos. britney on our set said, that's my pastor. i was blown away. the music is great. the message great. however you get it is how you get it. it's a great place. >> ahead, a remarkable new technology. that could transform the military. a look at the boost for american troops on the battlefield. >> she danced her way to the music stage. sharing her amazing journey. it's not easy being green. kermit the frog shares a value of chasing dreams and a poignant note to his younger self. you're watching "cbs this morning." note to his younger self.
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danced before five u.s. presidents. for today's christmas holiday... for the mo merry christmas, it is 7:26. i'm anne makovec. the u.s. postal service is closed for today at christmas holiday for the most part. some postal workers are still on the job today to deliver priority mail. regular postal service set to resume tomorrow. >> movie-goers across the country will have a chance to see the controversial film the interview today. sony released the movie despite threats from hackers with ties to north korea. sony made the interview available online yesterday. >> and if you wait until the last minute to get your gifts you are not alone. walgreens was open this morning and people were coming in earlier to pick up items to place under the tree. we have your weather coming up right after this.
and a merry christmas to you on this fine thursday morning. shaping up to be a chilly start to the day with a little north breeze. sunny and cool for us this afternoon but par for the course for late december and we have dry weather ahead for the bay area. high pressure is building offshore that's bringing in kind of a dry low humidity northerly wind into the bay area. but also, crackling clear skies for the day. so it will be breezy but it will also be plenty sunny today as we look to stay cool and dry all the way through 2015. 58 degrees in san rafael, 59 for san francisco and 59 for oakland. in the look ahead it looks like sunshine with a few clouds coming in by the weekend but then by the early part of the week, as we head toward 2015 --
welcome back to "cbs this morning" on this christmas day. hope you got everything you wanted or mostly everything you wanted. did you get everything you wanted? >> no. a couple of things i didn't get. >> charlie, did you get everything you wanted? >> no. i'm still waiting. >> i'm still waiting too. we have to go home and open presents. coming up this half how, see how military is working with new technology. geckos help with sticky troops. the kennedy center honors americans. among this year's recipients ballerina patricia mcbride. her long career began long.
she sat down with our cultural correspondent wynton marsalis. >> reporter: when you watch patricia mcbride dance, you can almost feel her joy. passion radiates from the point of her toes to the tips of her fingers. she danced in more than 100 ball lies throughout her career. those created by the jeans george val enchin were the most glorious. he was the innovator for the 20th century and he was her muse. >> joined. he was a father figure for me. the man i most admired and loved and wanted to do well for him. when you dance, it takes a lot of stamina. it never seemed like work because i always loved doing it. it was always a joy. you know to have beautiful
ballets made especially for you is such an honor. i always said it was better than diamond. >> reporter: patty was just 18 when she became new york city's youngest principal dancer ever. shy yet tireless her worth ethic unmatched. valenchin taught her and her dance partners taught her even more. >> what did you learn from your partner? what did you give them? >> it was extraordinary because i was 17 when i danced with him. we were both young but i had seen him dance and he was already a star. so he was just so gentle and wonderful and kind. we had a great rapport together. he's one of the most exciting dancers of our day. >> now in new york city we're very proud of our new york city
ballet and i think you'll understand why when you watch these two. >> i danced also with so many extraordinary partners at the time. conrad was an extraordinary partner. >> why? >> he just was -- we called him the greatest partner because he just knew what a woman's balance was. >> give us education. teach all the men out here. what does it take to be a great partner. >> to be sensitive to your partner, communicating with her, knowing her balance, knowing the pirouettes, the timing the rigd.rigd rhythm. it takes two to tango. two to work. >> in 1970 they danced together. although they only dance add handful of times three years later they formed patty's most
enduring partnership a marriage and later a family. give us some understanding of what's the secret? what is the magic? >> well when you're in love with someone, what could be better. i never thought i would end up mairing a dancer and it just came as such a surprise and a wonderful surprise. it takes a lot of work to stay married. it's not easy. but i found my soulmate and he's been so supportive of me all these years. >> that's beautiful. that looks so good. >> reporter: today they partner in running their own ballet company, the charlotte ballet where patty passes on her memos that are part of her dna. while dancers can only dream of achieving the height of mcbride's career now cull money nated into being an esteemed
kennedy center honoree. >> you've been honored many times. what has been the greatest reward? >> it's with such great respect. to be an artist in america and be honored for it it's extraordinary. in europe they really honor their artists on a very high level, and here it's not as reverent as it is in euro or russia or never in the world. it's especially important for the arts. it was a dream. >> when you come back here what do you think about? >> happy memories. and it looks the same. >> reporter: it's been more than 50 years since patricia mcbride first danced on this stage. with a long decorated career, she danced in 60 principle
roles, dedicated for her. when she decided to dance for the last time the city gave her a farewell fit for a queen along with 13,000 roses. >> was it dramatic for you when you thought i want to keep doing it? >> no not at all. i had danced for 30 years. i loved what i was doing. i did it all. i had danced over 100 ballets. i was actually 47 when i stopped. i had a life i never dreamed i'd have, you know. it was better than any dream i could have imagined. >> i don't know much about ballet but one of the people i
always wished to interview was george valenchin. >> and patricia mcbride. performing before five u.s. presidents. can you imagine? and she's great teacher now. one of the things about kennedy center, honoring the great artists. >> when you look at what her body can do -- and i think she and wynton had a bond. >> e easy to bond with wynton. >> i think so. >> you ka watch the honors on tuesday, 9:00 8:00 p.m. central on cbs. chip reid shows us the cutting-edge technology reshaping thebattlefield. i'm with the 1100. i'd like to say merry christmas
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hello, everyone. i want to given a shout-out to my wife katrina, our boys noah and connor in lincoln california. i want to wish you guys a merry christmas and happy holidays. >> we're stationing in japan. we'd like to wish our families back in northeast iowa. >> and northeast carolina. >> a very mory christmas and a happy new year. >> happy holidaying. >> thousands are spending their christmas day overseas. more than 10,000 american servicemembers will remain heading into the new year. the military's lab creating stunning inventions toe help the troops stay one step ahead of
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it's called "note to self." >> in a few years you're going to meet someone who will help shape your entire life. and, no i don't mean a pig. i'm talking about a guy names jim henson. >> this is a good one. kermit the frog talks about the secret of life and the one thing he really misses. that's ahead on "cbs this morning." vo: you get used to pet odors in your car. you think it smells fine but your passengers smell this... el iminate odors you've gone noseblind to for up to 30 days with the febreze
your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. sp they're g merry christmas, five minutes before 8:00, i'm anne makovec. san francisco firefighters are spreading the holiday cheer. they are giving out toys and bikes to needy children in the tenderloin today. she special deliveries start in a few minutes on folsom street. more police protests are expected in oakland today. in san francisco yesterday members. lgbt community staged a demonstration. proceeds marched up market street blocking traffic at market and octavia. >> and the winds have picked up in the bay area over the past 4 hours. this tree came down on lucas valley road near skywalker ranch in marin county. power lines also went down and a utility pole snapped in two. more on the weather for the next week in just a moment.
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♪ are you awake? did you open up your presents? it is christmas day, thursday december 25th, 2014. we are here. welcome back to "cbs this morning." there's more real news ahead. see how first responders are finding second careers, but first, here's a look at today's eye opener at 8:00. >> bon natale. >> christians around the world are celebrating. pope francis blessed pilgrims at the vatican this morning. >> why is joy crucial to our lives. is that what part of this pope's success is about? >> i think it is. >> it's playing in theaters the and living rooms near you. >> crazy. >> the cdc will monitor a lab
technician for 21 days after possible exposure to ebola. >> the seven sermons on sunday. is it tiring? >> yes tiring but you're also getting refreshed. >> the great things about the kennedy center honors recognizing these great artists. >> when you look at what her body can do. >> but what was fun was to see the interaction between her and wynton. i think they bonded. >> i think they have a very special bond. >> it's helping you lift your leg. >> so that it will help you run upstairs and help you run faster. >> isn't it spectacular what they're doing? >> skinny legs can turn into cylinders of power. >> do you like my wrist? >> that's how i'm feeling. this is my new christmas sweater. i know it's a little sparkly, but i figure you can use sparkle on christmas morning. >> still on six. ready seven. cue charlie. >> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. we hope all of you at home are having a great christmas seeing
your family and friends and celebrating the importance of this day. >> i just how randy says cue charlie, merry christmas randy. it is the most wonderful time of the year. >> it is. >> we'll introduce you to some unique flight attendants helping holiday travelers, but first let's head to the newsdesk for a check of the morning's headlines. >> good morning and merry christmas. christians are gathering this morning to reflect on the mean of christmas. ♪ pope francis delivered his christmas message to thousands in st. peter's square. the pope expressed sorrow for children who are the victims of violence. it hasn't been easy to get home for the holidays. this morning at least 139 flights are canceled around the u.s. that's all of the difficult christmas eve when stormy weather contributed to more than 2900 flight delays. most of this morning's delays are blamed on unsettled weather.
much of the northeast is drying out after heavy rains. the rocks are seeing some christmas day snow. in hawaii there are blizzard warnings for the biggest island's new tallest mountains. demonstrators rallied overnight in a second round of protests over the police killing of an 18-year-old missouri man. the vigil turned into a march that blocked i-70 in berkeley near st. louis. police arrested six people. an officer shot 18-year-old antonio martin tuesday night at a gas station after police say martin pulled out a gun. >> there are no winners here. there are nothing but losers. and i think this is really underscores the task that our police officers across the nation have to deal with. >> berkeley is about two miles from ferguson where an officer killed 18-year-old michael brown. the controversial movie "the interview" is playing this morning in about 300 independent theaters. one of the stars of the movie seth rogen surprised fans at a
midnight screening in los angeles when he stopped by to say thank you. sony had canceled today's opening because of threats made by hackers allegedly connected to north korea. >> nobody should tell me what i can and can't watch. i think anybody's film should have the right to be seen no matter how controversial. >> it feels good and it feels like i'm doing something being out here. >> "the interview" is online on google play youtube movies and microsoft x-box. the panda at the national zoo is back with her mom after a night in the tree. she climbed up there after touching a hot wire. zoo keepers say she's perfectly fine. and a first ever bahamas bowl finished in a flurry. central michigan completed a hail mary pass followed by three laterals to score a last-second touchdown. a two-point conversion would have won the game but the attempts
if you are flying this holiday week can take a look around the cabin. for more than a decade major airlines have hired former first responders for their flight crews. no airline attracts more talent than jetblue. cbs news travel editor peter greenberg spent time with a group of very unlikely flight attendants. >> of all the careers kevin lynch considered flight attendant was barely on the radar. what did you know about the airline business? >> nothing. absolutely nothing except maybe serving a soda or two. and that's what i thought it was. do you want a drink? >> before flying for jetblue, lynch had another job. >> i was a new york city firefighter for 24 years. >> former firefighters becoming flight attendants is a proud and growing tradition at jetblue. today one in ten of the airline's flight attendants is either a retired or current new york city firefighter.
>> ladies? what would you like? >> and they're offering passengers a lot more than in-flight snacks. >> they're great at altitude. and you start talking about decisions at 35,000 feet it's nice to have 20 years plus worth of experience fighting fires or whatever the case might be to make that decision. >> dave barger is jetblue's ceo. a lot of kids will tell you when they were younger they dreamt of being a firefighter. not everyone dreams of being a flight attendant. now you have firefighters dreaming about being flight attendants. >> it's a natural transition for those who want to remain in new york. and of them will say we're part of a close knit family at this fire department and we're part of a close knit family at jetblue as well. >> lynch stays in touch with his friends back at engine 312. the firehouse he joined at 21 years old and left at 45. one year after the events of september 11th 2001. >> big toll on me. and a lot of other guys too,
mentally and physically. but you got through it. that's whenny you were working 48 hours straight up. you wanted to find someone, find a friend find a brother. >> following the attacks, jetblue and most major airlines offered free flights to first ponders and their families. for the firefighters looking to retire from public service, second careers as flight attendants represented a new opportunity. >> and i mentioned to him about coming to jetblue andright away he got very excited. >> lynch learned about the airline from his firehouse lieutenant, charlie harris. the recruitment of brother firefighters soon spread like well, wildfire. >> it was pretty obvious that this pipeline this natural pipeline of really recruiting talent within mainly the fny, it was amazing. >> like the commercial someone told a friend someone told a
friend. >> totally. >> last year jetblue painted and dedicated an aircraft to new york's finest. it's been met with fanfare at airports around the country. >> that's the most washed aircraft wherever it flies. amazing because it's like the community is tipping their hats. >> the fire engine red jet also represents a meaningful gift to the nearly 300 firefighters now working the aisles at jetblue. >> jetblue wanted to honor us firefighters working at jetblue. and they gave us a plane. >> you miss the firehouse? >> you know what i miss at the firehouse, i don't miss the emergencies, the fire i miss the back room where he sat down and cooked dinner. we had some of the best meals. you get a five-course meal five-star dining in the firehouse. as far as the fire fighting duties and running into a burning building and coming out and not knowing what's going to happen, i don't miss that part. my family's a lot more fine i'm doing this.
>> now you're at 35,000 feet. how does it feel to you? >> well potato chips. >> camaraderie is so wonderful. >> you can't go wrong with a potato chip. >> we love our firefighters. and ahead, our conversation with comedy's power duo key and peele. their sketches have been seen a million times. that's comeing up here. times. that's coming up next on "cbs this morning." i'm caridee. i've had moderate to severe plaque psoriasis most my life. but that hasn't stopped me from modeling. my doctor told me about stelara®. it helps keep my skin clearer. with only 4 doses a year after 2 starter doses... ... stelara® helps me be in season. stelara® may lower your ability to fight infections and increase your risk of infections.
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days with the moneyuppets to his romance with miss piggy in a special "note to self." >> good morning. oh there's a good spot. >> note to self, kermit. note, close-up. >> thank you. dear kermit the tadpole. this may come as a shock to you, but i miss my tail. i know how you feel, but for now enjoy being a tadpole. getting to spend your day doing nothing but swimming and taking flies. save it. not the flies but your childhood because once your tail falls off and you start hopping, the hopping never stops. it will be a good kind of hopping. the first place you'll hop is
washington, d.c. you'll love it. it used to be a swamp. kind of still is. but relax, you're not going o into politics you're going in there to break on a television so-called "sam and friends." if you think being green is not easy, try being black and white. and working in drag. but that's who you are. you'll do just about anything to make your dreams come true. right now i know these dreams may seem impossible, but please don't give up. dreams are here to challenge us. always imagine the biggest possible of life that you can and act in service of that picture every single day.
keeping an eye on that big picture is going to put you in big pictures. >> come on everybody. strike up the band. ♪ >> tv shows. ♪ can you tell me how to get, how to get to "sesame street" ♪ >> guest spots. >> i've been watching your show for years. >> you've been up that late? >> you'll work with the biggest star in the world. >> will i be. >> and throughout your journey, you'll meet other fellow dreamers of err size shape, and species. ♪ moving right along ♪ >> pigs and piglets. whatever. on the outside, those friends may look strange. on the inside they're just like you. >> what's your room number? >> however, these friends are going to make your life crazy,
chaotic, and unforgettably establish. what miss piggy alone is worth a separate letter and a powerpoint presentation. but i'll save that for when you're older. but whatever craziness these friends bring, it's worth it because here's the big secret of life. wow, sit cheating to gisk away secrets? well gloirks what? i'm going to tell you anywhere. if you want to get yours to come true, you share them with others. your dream is about singing and dancing and making people laughing. that's the kind of dream that get better with more people you share it to. your friends and your dream. you just need someone to believe in them
♪ why are there so many songs about rainbows ♪ >> that someone is you. before i go there's just one more thing we get me hands up. in a few years you're going to help someone shape your entire life, and, no, i don't mean the pig. this time i'm talking about a guy named jim henson. now, to tell you the truth, i'm still not quite sure what jim did. but i can tell you this. he'll move you and he'll inspire you. he'll give you a hand whenever you need it and he'll never leave you out on a limb. >> he's kermit the frog of "sesame street" news. >> kermit i envy the life you have ahead of you. you might even say i'm green
with envy. which reminds me. have a sense of humor. life's just too silly not to laugh. it's sort of like our friend jim henson said. it's a good sentiment. i couldn't have said it myself. amphibiously yours, kermit the frog. >> i love i. that's so true. especially own a dame line. >> yeah. beautifully produced. congratulations to paige. >> and remembering jim henson. >> that's right. that's right. the muppets got us through a lot of stuff when we were little kids. >> coming up key & peele. our studio 57 stuld owe conversation ahead on "cbs this
morning". scene of a three- alarm fire in san fr home at missis merry christmas, and it is 8:25. i'm anne makovec. crews are on the scene of a three-alarm fire right now in san francisco. it burned a home at mississippi and mariposa streets and damaged a couple of buildings nearby. a neighbor says the people who live in the home are out of town but the fire department is still trying to confirm that. at this point, no reports of any injuries. today movie-goers across the country have the chance to see the controversial film "the interview." the james franco-seth rogen comedy can be seen at theaters in san jose, livermore and other bay area cities. sony pictures entertainment released that movie despite threats from hackers with ties to north korea. sony also made "the interview" available yesterday through several digital platforms. stay with us. traffic and weather in just a moment.
and a merry christmas to you on this fine thursday morning. shaping up to be a chilly start to the day with a little bit of a breeze out there out of the north. sunny and cool for us this afternoon. but par for the course for late december and we have dry weather ahead for the bay area. high pressure is building offshore that's bringing in kind of a dry low humidity northerly wind into the bay area but also crackling clear skies for the rest of the day. so it will be a little bit
breezy but it will also be plenty sunny today as we look to stay cool and dry all the way through 2015. 58 degrees in san rafael today. 59 for san francisco. and 59 for oakland. in the look ahead it looks like sunshine with a few clouds coming in by the weekend. but then by the early part of the week, as we head toward 252015, we stay sunny and dry as we head toward 2015.
welcome back to "cbs this morning" on this christmas day. what a great morning. >> i was thinking about great christmas songs. i won't do any.& i was thinking about them. >> how about -- >> mine is "o holy night." >> i love jingle bells because i can play it on the piano. >> is yours "grandma got run over by a reindeer ♪ >> what about yours, charlie? >> probably "silent night."
key & peele just wrapped up their tour. co-stars keegan-michael key and peele stopped by. >> welcome them. peabody? >> beepeabody? >> you were there, charlie? >> you and charlie have a lot in kmong. among with one of their most popular impressions. commander in chief. >> nice to meet you, nice to meet you. >> tasha robbins. >> come on come on come on. feel that? >> emily george snow nice to meet you. >> gerald stokes. >> come on. what's up. how you doing? i'll never forget about that. that's all we've got.
>> bring it in bring it in. starting from the bottom. now we're here. nice to meet you. nice to meet you. >> 1/8 black. >> bring it in the room. >> i love that. >> when he's saying things to other black people that's so cryptic. you know we could don't that. hey, we're going to put it on. >> starting from the bottom that we're here. >> there's a psychic connection here. >> i love that. what's ees's happening fam. that's the thing you can do nobody else can. you take racial issues and dive right in. >> that's right. >> that's what makes people so unkwort mardable.
our very favorite thing to do, gail, is doing skefrps that have nothing to do with race. we love "les mis" rah." >> the president asked you to help with a sketch. why did you turn them down? >> they said they're busy. who says that. >> we have contracts. we have to deliver a show. >> we love the president. obviously we're big fans. we got to see him essentially perform the skich live toous. >> what does he think of you guys? he must get a kick out of yu.
>> yeah. when we met him, tell them what he said? >> i made a blooper. >> i think he -- he made a point to tell them it's not just the stone. >> yore dan? >> michelle watches the film too and she remosts the control controls the remote. >> what's going on. >> start with the bottom that we're here. >> you know it. you said if you can get something to be so stupid that it's not even so smart, it's the smartest a lot of times wi -- when a person watching the sketch. we want everybody to walk the
sketch and get up andld and of the. i thujs what happens is it's the surprise. it's pause we're improvisers. the writing has to go out the window and let us go organically. >> improvisation, it's a growing form of -- growing artd. so many improvisers, we go with hop, hip hoip style, and wraps. >> what happens when you don't have a black president? >> then we're done. >> they do stuff where they men
beyond studio 57 hundreds of people around the globe work to bring you "cbs this morning" on this special day for so many we'd like to honor our colleagues and the people who matter to them. ♪ ♪ chestnuts rolling on an open fire ♪ jack frost nipping at your nose ♪ ♪ yuletide carols being sung by a choir and folks dressed up like eskimo eskimos ♪ ♪ everybody knows a turkey and some mistletoe help to make the season bright ♪ ♪ tiny tots with their eyes all
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know better sleep with sleep number. your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. it is 5 minutes shy of 9:00. i'm anne makovec. san francisco firefighters are spreading the holiday cheer. they are giving out toys and bikes to needy children in the tenderloin district as we speak. the special deliveries started at 8 a.m. more anti-police protests are expected in oakland today. in san francisco yesterday, members of the gay and lesbian community staged this demonstration. protestors marching up market street and blocking traffic. the wind has picked up in parts of the bay area over the past 24 hours. this tree came down on lucas valley road near skywalker ranch in marin county. power lines also went down and the utility pole snapped in two. our weather forecast in one minute.
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