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so far there's no word on the fate of a japanese journalist and jordanian pilot held hostage buyy isis. the deadline for a possible prisoner swap has passed. a measles outbreak centered in california has some doctors refusing to see patients who aren't vaccinated. and a former virginia taxi driver is added to the fbi's list of most wanted terrorists. list of most wanted terrorists. captioning funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning ne this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, january 30th, 2015. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, the fate of two men held hostage by isis is in limbo this morning. a deadline for a prisoner swap for the japanese journalist and a jordanian pilot has passed.
jordan refused to release a jailed female terrorist as demanded by isis because it has no proof the pilot is still alive, and now the wife of one of the hostages is making a desperate appeal for his life. susan mcginnis is in washington. susan, good morning. >> anne-marie, good morning. the latest from the jordanian government is a signal that this prisoner swap is on hold because the islamic state did not provide that proof of life. that was jordan's condition for releasing this iranian female hostage. so today we have jordan and japan in this torturous waiting period, and now for the first time we have the hostage's wife making a plea. an emotional plea from the wife of japanese journalist kenji goto has so far gone unanswered. on thursday she issued her first public statement to a group that helps families of freelance journalists through crisis.
envelope it she reveals that she received several e-mails from isis after the group took her husband hostage. she pressed the japanese and jordanian governments to save kenji and the pilot muath al kaseasbeh. >> i pray. the fate of both men are in your hands. >> the comments came on the same day they said they were to release him and the pilot. al kaseasbeh was captured when . very remains in prison for her role in failed bomb attempt in 2005. his father appealed to the islamic state group for mercy. jordanian officials say they will release al rishawi if they prove the pilot is alive. as families wait for news on the
fate of the two hostages japan's foreign minister said today his country has strong trust in the jordanian government. and japan's foreign ministry is warning journalists not to do reporting friday either side. it is worried about more kidnapping. anne-marie? >> susan mcginnis in washington. thank you, susan. well, the fbi added a former virginia taxi driver to its list of most wanted terrorists. authorities say 29-year-old liban haji mohamed was a recruiter for the al shabaab terror group in somalia. he is a naturalized u.s. citizen. the fbi said his knowledge of the nation's capitol could help terrorists plot an attack. three american contractors have been shot and killed in afghanistan. the taliban claimed responsibility for the attack thursday. it took place in a military section of the kabul airport. an afghan official said the gunman wore an afghan police
uniform. and a group with ties to isis said it's responsible for the deadly attacks on egypt's security forces. militants launched a series of coordinated strikes thursday on more than a dozen targets in the sinai peninsula. in one attack they set off a car bomb at a military base while simultaneously firing mortars. the violence claimed at least 26 military and police officers. and the nationwide measles outbreak is spreading this morning along with pressure on those who are not immunized. there are at least 98 cases in 14 states, most of them in california. the centers for disease control is urging americans to get the vaccine, which it says is 97% effective. marlie hall shows us the steps schools are taking to contain the threat. >> reporter: school officials in south dakota are on a race against time. they're going over student records to see which students were vaccinated against the measles and which were not.
>> if one of our students were to be diagnosed with a case of measles, we'd need to act pretty quickly. >> reporter: after 14 cases were reported the state health department sent this letter to parents saying that if measles is diagnosed at a school, unvaccinated students will be excluded until 21 days after the onset of rash in the last case. measles is a highly contagious disease. the cdc said this month alone 84 people were diagnosed with the measles. most of them are linked to disney theme parks in california. this california doctor posted on facebook that he would not be accepting new patients who decided not to vaccinate their children. some parents choose not to vaccinate their children because of personal beliefs. other children can't get the vaccine because their immune systems are compromised like 6-year-old rhett cruwett who has battled leukemia. his parents are urging other moms and dads to vaccinate their kids.
>> we rely on the people that can be immunized to be immunized to protect the rest of the population. >> reporter: the cdc says the measles can kill as many as three of 1,000 children infected. marlie hall, cbs news, new york. well, the northeast is getting socked with more snow as a clipper system moves across the region. piles of snow are causing headaches for boston residents. traffic was bumper to bumper as drivers return to the roads and crews work to clear them. meteorologist eric fisher of our boston station wbz shows us the next storm barreling across the country. >> everyone going to arizona thinking to soak in some sun. some pretty heavy rainfall through friday, into saturday as well. and then as we move east, you notice the snow really picking up in the mountains of new mexico and toward the san juans and southwest parts of colorado. you can see the snow totals over
a foot possible across some of the higher peaks. it's been very dry. just watch out for the travel. this storm heads out toward the plains as we head into saturday. it's going move its way due east. a spring storm across the northern ohio valley across illinois indiana ohio, and p.a. and then sunday night into monday it moves toward the coast. it looks just south of the area that saw the heavy snowfall in new england but something that could be tracked and it could bring more significant snow to places like philly and d.c. this time around. we're looking at snow totals sunday to monday. this is a wide swath. 6 to 12 inch snow possible. app little disruptive on super bowl sunday. again, some of those bigger totals could include d.c. and philly, places that were largely spared from the last blizzard. i'm meteorologist eric fisher for the cbs news. well, the senate is on course for a showdown with president obama after a vote to approve the keystone pipeline. nine democrats joined republicans thursday to pass the measure 62-36.
now, that margin is not big enough to overcome a promised presidential vito. the house has already approved a version. the pipeline would movie canadian crude oil to gulf coast refineries. on the "cbs moneywatch" now, president obama sets up a budget battle and oil prices sink again. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. president obama wants to end what he calls mindless austerity. the president is asking congress to throw out budget cuts from four years ago and add $74 billion in government spending. he laid out his plans for house democrats in philadelphia. >> we need to stand up and go on offense and not be defensive about what we believe in. that's why we're democrats. >> the white house said the president's budget would be fully paid for, but republicans in congress oppose most of his proposals. asian stocks were mixed despite strong earnings reports. tokyo's nikkei added half a percent.
hong kong's hang seng lost a quarter percent. here on wall street the investors are getting ready for a shake shack ipo. the dow rose 225. s&p rose 19 and the nasdaq rose rose 45 45 points. claims for unemployment benefits dropped to a seasonally adjusted 265,000 last week. that decline may have been exaggerated by the martin luther king holiday, but hiring appears to remain strong. and oil prices fell again to almost a six-year low. the price for u.s. crude oil is at about $44 in new york. production is high with u.s. inventories at their highest levels ever recorded. the falling prices are forcing oil companies to cut operating costs and jobs. anne-marie? >> good news for some, terrible news for others. jill wagner at the new york city. thanks a lot, jill. coming up on the "morning
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in mexico city a gas truck explosion killed three people and injured more than 70 at a children's hospital. it happened as workers were trying to fix a heekleak in a hose on a propane truck. the blast killed a nurse and two infants. delta air lines is pilot was locked out of the cockpit when the door malfunctioned after he took a trip to the men's room. the plane made an emergency landing in las vegas with the co-pilot at the controls. the plane was headed to las vegas. now t plane was headed to las vegas. none of the 168 on board were injured. delta says crews are trained to land the aircraft safely with only one pilot. and the nfl says concussions are down by 25%. during the regular season the
league says there were 111 concussions, and it's down from 148 the previous year but diagnosing concussions can be difficult. dr. jon lapook looks at a new method. >> reporter: 51-year-old dirk kaufman was riding his bike last march when he was hit by a car. he wound up in the emergency room at bellevue hospital. >> what was the first thing you thought when you woke up? >> what the hell happened. >> reporter: what happened was a concussion and memory loss and confusion. in kaufman's case the injury did not show up on the cat scan. less obvious cases are harder to diagnose. >> concussion has 43 definitions and that's part of the problem is that nobody knows how to define it, diagnose it or count the incidence of it. >> reporter: she and her group are finding a way to diagnose concussion by looking at how
eyes track a moving image. 97% of healthy move their eyes together at a very predictable rate. they found that those with a concussion had problems with eye tracking even when cat scans showed no evidence of brain injury. the study also found the more severe the symptoms, the more abnormal the tracking. one problem is injured athletes can downplay symptoms in order to keep playing. >> i think this is really important, that there's an objective measure. you can't fake whether your eyes move together. when somebody has brain injury, you're going to be able to detect it. >> dr. jon lapook, cbs news, new york. death row records founder suge knight was behind the wheel of a car in a deadly hit-and-run crash in california. now, a lawyer for knight said he was trying to escape from a pair of attackers when his vehicle accidentally hit two men, killing one yesterday. police say it's being investigated as a homicide. straight ahead, your friday morning weather. and in sports, look who's talking. marshawn lynch calls out the
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in sports we start with the super bowl. the patriots and seahawks are practicing for sunday's big game, and new england quarterback tom brady is fighting a cold, but braid ya said he'll be ready to go. seattle running back marshawn lynch actually spoke to reporters. in his most extensive comments of the week lynch who refused to speak to the media told the reporters why. >> i don't care what you think or what you say. when i go home at night the same people i look in the face that i love that's all that really matter to me. >> and katy perry says her halftime performance will include an old school female singer everyone will recognize. and at the u.s. open a tough first round for tiger woods. woods was booed on the 16th tee
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the ivy league school is one of 95 colleges across the country already under federal investigation for its handling of sexual violence and harassment complaints. it became the first university to require students to complete a four-year sexual violence prevention program. sophomore charlotte beaver said the new policies are a first step. >> but i think in the end it's going to have to come from the students, and i think it will be even more powerful to see my peers responding to it. >> reporter: we asked what punishment students would face if they're caught with hard liquor. officials here only would say penalties will be increased for those students found in possession with hard alcohol, especially for students who purchase and provide alcohol to minors. in hanover, new hampshire, jericka duncan, cbs news. well, a very rare and valuable coin is on display in california. the $5 gold coin from 1822 is expected to sell for more than $8 million next year. only two others are known to still exist, and they're in the
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a new poll find as wide gap between scientists and the public on science issues. now, the survey was done by the pew research center and it found that 98% of scientists believe in evolution. only 65% of the public did. and 80% of scientists say global warming is only caused by humans while only half of the public agree. well, some of the nearly 2 million men and women who fought in the wars in iraq and afghanistan are sharing their experience with the world. dean reynolds shows us a unique art project. >> reporter: it's pretty easy to miss the nondrift building on chicago's north side but one floor up is the home of the
national veterans art museum and the 100 faces of war experience on display. portraits on the men and women who went to war. a crosssection a cross-section of the daring, devoted, and even disfigured who heard the call. each painting is accompanied by a personal statement which is meant to make you linger. >> if we want people to understand the true cost of war, it's on us to tell those stories. >> reporter: elizabeth o'heron was once sergeant ohe'heron who assembled bombs for f-16s in the persian gulf and iraq. she's had trouble talking about her experiences but writing was therapeutic. >> i felt like it came from the heart. >> reporter: she wrote she's proud of her service but added this. that doesn't change the fact that i contributed however indirectly to human beings vanishing from the earth in a moment of sheer agony. >> there's a lot of people walking around whose lives have been altered by uncontrollable
memories from these wars. >> reporter: at his studio in amherst massachusetts, the artist matt mitchell worked on the project for nine years. >> i wanted to convey the weight of war, but i left that in the hands of the people i was working with. >> reporter: army nurse kevin mcgirt was portrait 100. >> being the last guy to close the door i think, was significant for me coming off fresh rotation through afghanistan as we wind the war down in that country. it kind of symbolizes to me that it's closing that chapter and that war. >> i think it is part of a veteran's responsibility to try to help society try to understand those consequences are real and just because not everyone can feel them doesn't mean they're not happening. >> reporter: but we can feel them here on each canvas as the faces of war stare back at us. dean reynolds, cbs news, chicago. well, coming up after your local news on "cbs this
morning," an update on the isis hostage negotiations. we'll hear from national security analyst juan zarate. plus, how a air traffic control system is causing noises across the country. and a look inside how ticket seller stubhub is taking extra steps to protect super bowl ticket buyers. >> that's the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
golden gate bridge. it's a sleepy friday so far. >> it is friday, january 30. i'm juliette goodrich in for michelle griego. >> every friday is good. i'm frank mallicoat. good to have you on board. it's 4:30. roberta has the weekend forecast. >> the month of january we're going out on a dry note the same way we began the month. good morning. taking a look at the current temperatures, 36 degrees in napa to 50 degrees in san jose. it's in the low 50s in san francisco. not as foggy this morning as yesterday. full-on sunshine in the 60s. we have your seven-day forecast straight ahead. >> we have a traffic alert this morning. northbound 880 at marina in san leandro they are doing roadwork and are blocking the left lane. it sounds like it will be there for the beginning of the morning commute. we'll update you and let you know how it's affecting traffic coming up. >> thank you. topping our news right now, we have some amazing video of a pilot parach