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low to mid- 80s. we never had spring. went to summer. thank you for watching kpix 5 good morning to our viewers in the west. it is tuesday, march 10th 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." new racist video emerges overnight. we go inside the fraternity house. and siding with iranian hard liners over nuclear negotiations. could a documentary solve a 14-year-old murder? "48 hours" shows us the evidence. we begin with today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. >> new allegations of racism at
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the oklahoma fraternity house. >> video shows the house mom repeatedly saying the "n" word. >> for the first time, hillary clinton set to address the controversy surrounding her private e-mail. >> 55 passengers and crew rushed to the hospital after the train collided with a tractor-trailer. and the boston marathon trial video we saw for the first time. the tragedy on the set of the international reality show. this letter is a hard snap in the face of the united states and allies. >> the president is trying to undercut nuclear ambition was iran. >> a deal not approved by congress will not be accepted by congress. caught on camera in
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washington state. the kids cried out for help. violent wreck took out a toll booth in dover, new hampshire. look at that. and gronk and his brothers at the clippers game. the brothers twerking. >> all that matters. >> and the department of justice. >> and certified. >> i don't disagree with you. >> the reality of the moment. >> i have to be on the show with you. >> you have to calm down. apple unveils a smart watch. >> starts at $10,000. depending on how eager you are to get mugged. >> this morning's eye opener is presented by toyota. let's go places. welcome to "cbs this
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morning." nora is on assignment. new relations over the chant by the university of oklahoma students. several members of the school's sigma alpha epsilon fraternity to face disciplinary action. a video surfaced showing the students chanting a racist song. >> another video shows the 78-year-old house mother repeatedly saying the same racial slur in 2013. jericka is at the house in oklahoma. >> reporter: good morning. we interviewed beauton gilbow. we were doing a story about the employees losing their jobs here. she reacted to the video of the members chanting racial slurs. it appears her own words are setting the internet ablaze.
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>> [ bleep ]. >> reporter: this video which surfaced last night appears to feature beauton gilbow the 78 house mother known as mom bee. in the 2013 video posted on the vine web site gilbow was seen wrapping the lyrics to the song including the "n" word. on wednesday she was seemed to show shock of the students using the same word on the bus. >> there will never, never been a [ bleep ] at sae. >> i heard the words. unbelievable. this is not sae. >> reporter: because of that video, the sae house has been ordered closed. after 15 years of living in the back room of the house, gilbow says she has no job and no place to live. >> what do you do now? >> this has been my family.
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i cannot imagine tomorrow. >> not waking up here? >> i'm very disappointed. very ashamed and embarrassed. >> reporter: all those who live in the sigma alpha epsilon face a deadline of midnight tonight to move out. the fraternity's national headquarters closed the chapter and suspended all of its members. >> never been a [ bleep ] at sae. never stop with me. there will never been at sae. >> reporter: the disgust is coming from all sides. hundreds of students marched on the campus of the university of oklahoma still reeling over what was recorded aboard that bus. >> somebody should have stood up. >> reporter: on monday the greek letters were removed from the home's brick facade as the moving fans assembled outside the fraternity house, the university's president stood
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alongside the ou students. >> i don't have words to describe how i feel about people who use those words in that way and chant in that way. >> reporter: we spoke to gilbow's son. he says his mother is not racist. the executive office of the sorority is investigating to see if the ou members were involved in the first video. >> thank you. hillary clinton apparently will talk about her e-mail controversy for the first time late every today. her staff told reporters the former secretary of state has a planned meeting at the united nations. clinton only used private e-mail for official business. critics say that violates government record keeping laws and could have caused a security breach. in washington, democrats denouncing a letter to iran signed by the 54 republican senators.
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this morning's new york daily news headlines calls those traitors. the letter undercuts president obama and negotiators. nancy cordes spoke with the senator who wrote the letter. nancy, good morning. >> reporter: he says he was merely trying to educate the iranians on how the u.s. constitution works, but democrats say it sends mixed messages to the allies and our enemies. in fact one top german publication called it sabotage. in their open letter to iranian leaders, 47 republicans warned in a deal is struck with secretary of state john kerry, the senate must ratify it by a 2/3 vote. otherwise the next president could revoke it. the senate democrats accuse the republicans of trying to sabotage. >> this letter is a hard slap in the face of not only the united states but allies. >> reporter: iran's foreign minister called the letter
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propaganda and expressed astonishment that some members of the u.s. congress find it appropriate to write letters to another country against the president. >> the only thing is the president negotiating a nuclear agreement without congressional approval. >> reporter: senator tom cotton wrote the republican letter. >> shouldn't the iranians get one message from the entire u.s. government? >> the message we are sending is the congress is not going to allow them to get a nuclear weapon. >> reporter: the congress warns that this will temporaryily blocked agreement. president obama was asked about it yesterday. >> i think it is somewhat ironic to see some members of congress wanting to make common cause with the hard liners in iran. >> reporter: and he says he does
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not need congressional approval for a deal. there were a handful of senate republicans who did not sign the letter. one told us at this point in the negotiations republicans should share concerns directly with the white house, not with iran. senator john mccain who did sign the letter said the white house is being quote hysterical about this and he communicates with foreign leaders all the time. charlie. >> nancy, thanks. testimony resumes in the boston marathon bombing trial. for the first time jurors saw images yesterday that led the fbi to the tsarnaev brothers. witnesses shared injuries and loss. we have don dahler outside the federal courthouse in boston. don, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. court is in session. the fbi agent is on the stand cross examined. the expert yesterday talked about the clips the fbi gathered to create timeline of the movements on marathon day of the
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tsarnaev brothers. at the time of the investigation, the brothers were only known as black hat and white hat. the chilling video shows tamerlan and dzhokhar tsarnaev moving through boylston street looking to plant the bombs. cell phone records show him placing a 19 second call to his brother tamerlan. seconds later, the spectators looked left. freezing at the sound of the explosion. dzokhar takes off before the second blast. more images captured the younger tsarnaev darting away as victims lay scattered and bleeding. among them jessica kinsky. she was watching the race with her husband. i was focused on my husband next to me. his foot was detached. a man came over as i was trying to fumble and put a tourniquit
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on patrick. jurors heard from the close friend of lindsey lei. cried on the stand as she described how she had to clutch her organs following the blast. she did not find out for days that her friend passed away. everybody knew that earlier, but they did not tell me because they were trying to protect me she said. wiping her eyes. as boston grieved. dzokhar went about his daily life. tape shows him calmly buying milk at a whole foods store in cambridge. the next day, more video captured him visiting his university gym. prosecutors also presented a series of tweets taken from dzhokhar tsarnaev to twitter accounts. he talked about the glories of martyrdom and expecting to die young. on the tweet the day after the bombings, he bragged about being a stress free kind of guy.
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>> don, thank you. iraqi forces say they took the center of the town outside tikrit. the chairman of the u.s. joints chief of staff visited baghdad on monday. martin dempsey said he is a bit concerned the international coalition against isis may not stay together for the long term. holly williams is in baghdad tracking the latest from the united states and the fight. holly, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. there are two key battles waging against isis. one in tikrit and the other in kirkuk. u.s.-led air strikes are used in one of the fights. that may be a decisive factor. in the villages around tikrit, this is the best fighting force iraq's leaders can muster. a matched together army of government soldiers and
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tribesmen. u.s. led air strikes have been important in other battles on isis. there is no other direct u.s. involvement in tikrit. iraq has turned to iran for help with iranian officers on the ground reportedly commanding shi'ite muslim militias. the fight for tikrit is slow. to the northeast in kirkuk province kurdish forces made a lightning assault on isis positions yesterday. they claimed to have retain 40 square miles of territory. isis is countering the attacks with vehicles like this one converted into bulletproof truck bombs. the kurdish forces say they destroyed four of them with anti-tank missiles. operating independently from baghdad and closely allied with the u.s. the kurdish fighters
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coordinate american air strikes from the ground. in their sights is the town where isis recently paraded, captured and caged kurdish fighters. kurdish commanders have repeatedly told us how important those u.s. led air strikes have been in the victories. a shi'ite militia leader told us this morning they do not need american air strikes to recapture tikrit. gayle. thanks, holly. the u.s. ambassador to south korea walked out of of the hospital five days after the knife attack. mark lippert vows not to give up. the ambassador needed 80 stitches to his face. >> i feel pretty darn good all things considered. it was obviously a scary incident. i'm walking, talking, holding my baby. you know hugging my wife.
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>> he looks good. lippert says the attack strengthens the bond with the countries. outside the hospital signs of support for the ambassador. the police chief is apologizing for the deadly police shooting. he is not admitting any wrongdoing. hundreds of people protested through the streets. dean reynolds is outside of the shooting in madison, wisconsin. >> reporter: good morning. the protests in madison have been getting bigger by the day. there may be more. they have been peaceful. calls for change echoed through the state capitol on monday. >> day after day. >> we are here to make a change. >> reporter: hundreds of people many students addressed the
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killing of unarmed black teen tony robinson who was shot boy matt kenny on friday. this crowd of frustrated protesters crammed into a hallway to speak with madison mayor. michael johnson, the president and ceo of the boys and girls clubs of dane county said the community, which is 5% african-american has its challenges. >> 44% of the people who are housed in our county jail are african-american. >> reporter: since the shooting the madison police department is working with community leaders encouraging peace and patience as state and county officials investigate the killing. >> our kids they are not looting, they are not flipping over cars. they are voicing concerns. >> reporter: on monday madison police chief mike kovalt posted an apology to his blog. reconciliation cannot begin without my stating i'm sorry. i cannot say this enough. i am sorry. yesterday, robinson's uncle
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standing alongside the 19-year-old's parents, addressed reporters outside the home where his nephew died. >> we appreciate the police. we understand the necessity for them. that does not excuse what happened. we want to know the facts of the matter and nothing else. >> reporter: funeral arrangement arrangements for robinson have not been set. on wednesday, the state attorney general released a statement saying they are working with mr. robinson's family and will have ongoing contact with them throughout the course of the investigation. >> thank you, dean. at least 55 people aboard an amtrak train are recovering this morning after it collided with a truck on a crossing. cell phone video shows the tractor-trailer stalled on the tracks. you can see the train pile into
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it. it happened in hallifaxhalifax, north carolina. the train and two cars derailed. the train conductor is among those hospitalized today. most injuries were minor, but one described as more serious. a new york city man is arrested accused of aiming a laser at an airport. frank egan faces multiple charges. the planes were taking off landing at laguardia. two pilots were hospitalized with eye injuries. officers found a black device laser 303 in the suspect's home. the plane may have had a a brake problem. no one was seriously hurt. france this morning is sending an investigating magistrate to argentina after a helicopter crash killed three french sports stars and seven others. this crash happened yesterday during the filming of a reality show. everybody on board the choppers
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it's a busy morning in studio 57. jim nance here talking march madness. will kentucky's undefeated season lead to redemption after last season's heartbreaker?
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>> they look pretty good this year. >> they are undefeated and would your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. good morning, it's: 26. i'm frank mallicoat. here's what's happening around the bay area right now. some water districts here in the bay area are considering raising the rates. that's because customers are cutting back because of the drought. so tonight santa clara valley water district will discuss a proposed 30% hike. east bay m.u.d. and the san francisco public utilities commission, they are considering similar moves, as well. cupertino-based apple finally unveiled its big apple watch yesterday. it can do pretty much anything your iphone can do. basic models start at 349 bucks. apple will begin taking preorders april 10. if all goes as planned, the watches will be in stores two weeks after that. stay with us. traffic and weather in just a moment.
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good morning. the commute on the eastshore freeway is terrible! there's no way around it. and unfortunately, it's something that's going to be with us for most of the morning commute. i want to show you that drive time at the bottom of your screen, 92 minutes from the bay bridge to the maze. from pinole, richmond, berkeley, avoid this freeways. 7 miles per hour. because of a wood debris spill westbound 80 at university avenue. came from the back of a stalled big rig that's blocking a lane as well as the frontage road. that's "kcbs traffic." with the forecast, here's roberta. look at all the fog at sfo. you can barely see the tower in the distance there. that's why we have delayed up to one hour on some arriving flights. good morning, everybody. right now, temperatures are in the 40s and 50s. so it's colder than that due to the fog. a little bit damp. dense fog advisory in effect until 10:00 this morning. temperatures 60s and 70s with increasing clouds today.
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its relevance not lost on those sent to cover it. >> exclusive cnn drone video. >> this is the first time cnn has used a drone during the shooting of the story. >> how did this come to be? >> the whole team worked hard to show people images of the bridge. so many people watched the drone go up and were happy we were taking a look. >> one man was so moved he remarked i have a drone! that one day tons of slaves and slave owners can sit together
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and say, "look at that." >> it was an interesting shot with the drone. welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour apple hopes to change the face of watches. the company released details of the apple watch. we will show you how apple is trying to shake up the tv industry. >> one owner says someone poisoned and killed her 3-year-old irish red setter. why she refuses to blame her fellow competitors. time to show you headlines. the "washington post" report on the secret service testing ways to disrupt unauthorized drones. an official says over the next few weeks drones will be flown in the middle of the night. >> all about drones these days. >> update to a story we told you about yesterday, the los angeles times says hollywood director pleaded guilty to involuntary
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manslaughter sentenced to two years in jail plus eight years probation. the accident killed sarah jones. >> our cbs affiliate says two teenagers stopped a kidnapping. surveillance video shows a man running with a toddler in his arms on sunday. he apparently snatched the little boy. the boys' siblings are seen running after him. two teenagers heard the screams and chased down the would-be
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receive academic credit for fake internships and players also received money for volunteer work. documentary series sparking interest in an unsolved murder. the main suspect is the son of the new york real estate developer. 48 hours has reported on durst for more than a decade now. >> good morning. detectives have been chasing leads in the investigation for years and the case was never officially closed but after the latest episode of the jinx on hbo the case is back in the headlines once again. susan berman's body was found in her house on christmas eve in 2000 shot once in the back of the head and there were no signs of struggle.
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retired detective, the lead investigator for more than a decade says police received an anonymous letter. >> addressed beverly hills police department. >> that letter became part of the story on sunday. a different letter was discovered. this one written by robert durst. the similarities were striking. >> the address written in the front is exactly the note. >> it was clear enough i might be dancing with the devil. >> reporter: the discovery adds to the body of evidence all circumstantial pointing to durst. police have compared the cadaver letters to all different samples. >> was that the moment you
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compared, the moment when he became top of the list of suspects? >> he jumped up. just the totality of things but that note put him right up at the top. >> reporter: they were very good friends. police say berman likely knew her killer but durst denied he killed berman and was never charged charged. at the time of the murder durst was in california but says he was hundreds of miles away. >> the police have been investigating and are unable to put him in los angeles. >> they were able to put you in california. >> california is a big state. >> reporter: berman's friends still have doubts. they think after many years of friendship berman may have learned too much about the fate of durst's first wife who mysteriously vanished. durst was not charged in that
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case but was put on trial for the death and dismemberment of his neighbor. durst claims self defense. >> we the jury find the defendant robert durst not guilty. >> reporter: some are saying durst have gotten away with murder. >> do you think you know who killed susan berman? >> i am pretty confident it is robert durst. >> he wasn't always the main suspect. for a time there was speculation that berman may have been the victim of a mob hit. she was also deeply in debt. durst's name has been at the top of the list. >> so is there enough evidence in this documentary to bring new charges? >> you would say normally no because it's very circumstantial and i think there is a limit to handwriting comparison. but this is l.a. and l.a. in
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recent years has known the d.a.'s office has been known for taking these old circumstantial cases and turning them into convictions. it's almost as if robert durst is thumbing his nose by talking publically. >> and the '82 disappearance, too. >> of his wife. this morning we have the timeline for the apple watch. you can expect to pay at least $349 for the sport model. a stainless steel edition at $549. the luxury model could set you back up to $17,000. as john blackstone reports the watch world was not the only big announcement from apple. >> reporter: by adding a watch to list of gadgets apple betting it can expand the market for wearable computers. >> it is not a match market device. >> reporter: covers technology
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for the "new york times." >> smart watch has a big hurdle in terms of consumer acceptance just because it is expensive and not something everybody wants. >> reporter: apple made an art form of convincing people they want devices they never knew they wanted. >> apple ceo presented the watch as an object of desire that comes loaded with apps for making payments. >> that's it. you are done. >> it can be used to hail an uber or substitute for a hotel room key. for many functions the watch must be linked to an iphone. the apple watch could be marketed as a labor saving device wan apple watch on their wrist they can answer phone calls, text messages and e-mails without having to go through the trouble of reaching into their pocket to take out their phone. apple enlisted model to present the watch as a fashion statement. >> this is my fashion favorite
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i have to say. >> reporter: burns was the only woman brought on stage with the role of women a hot topic in silicon valley some wondered why angela aarons was not part of the presentation. but with everyone watching the watch it was perhaps another announcement that will ultimate ultimately get more people watching. >> that is hbo. >> reporter: cook announced that hbo will be available through apple tv no longer will hbo subscribers need cable tv potentially a major blow to cable providers. >> they have created ground breaking shows. >> reporter: apple, of course has done plenty of ground breaking itself and is hoping the watch may be the latest to do just that. for cbs this morning. >> there is a range for everybody. $349 up to $17,000. >> i expected he would have one already. >> i will have one soon enough.
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good morning. accusations of a heinous crime have tarnished the prestigious dog show. a 3-year-old irish red setter died after appearing in the show. he apparently ate poisoned food. jagger's owner says she knows who didn't do it. >> reporter: the mystery may be deepening a little bit because overnight there have been reports of other dogs having come down sick with what appears to be poisoning. so far only one of them as you
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mentioned, is dead. the victim is a 3-year-old prize irish setter named jagger. his real name satisfaction as in i can't get no and he died apparently after eating meat laced with slug repellent just 24 hours after winning second place in his class in the dog show over the weekend. it is a fiercely competitive event known for rivalry and back biting. so was it murder? maybe even a case of mistaken identity. maybe this dog, a champion setter was the real target. their statement goes on to say as with any international competition rumors of sabotage do surface. this is not in the spirit of competition and will not be tolerated. the scandal has rocked the dog eat dog world of canine competition. in the past some participants
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have been criticized for other kinds of mistreatment and of course speculation is running wild over who done it. animal rights activists or a jealous opponent. jagger's owners have tried to diffuse the suspicion. >> i need you all to know that we can't and we won't face this with act of another exhibitor. >> solving the crime won't bring back jagger. here in the uk and also in belgium where jagger spent some of his time dog investigators are on the case. >> this is a case for sherlock holms. >> it's interesting they don't suspect another competitor. >> it is a dog show. murders and the dog killings around it seems nuts.
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your your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. real good morning. it's 7:56. i'm michelle griego. 49ers fullback bruce miller is waiting tong see if he will face charges of spousal battery. the 27-year-old was arrested last thursday night. the team says it's investigating the incident. a gun battle broke out near oakland's highland hospital last night. about 30 shots were fired near the emergency room entrance. police are trying to determine if it's connected to a deadly shooting in west oakland earlier in the day. later today, napa county officials will discuss limiting new wineries. the popularity of wine tasting has caused traffic jams and overcrowding. and environmentalists say winemakers are using too much land to grow the grapes.
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good morning, this is one of the worst drive times on the eastshore freeway that i can remember. finally cranes are on scene now trying to clean up some of the wood debris that spilled from the overturned trailer of the big rig. that's the latest tweet from "kcbs traffic." it's all happening in berkeley on westbound 80 before you hit the bay bridge toll plaza. before university avenue a big rig hit a pothole and then spilled that debris into the road. the frontage road is also closed between ashby and university. it's solid all the way through pinole. avoid if you can. that is your "kcbs traffic." here's roberta. it's live our kpix 5 weather camera looking towards sfo where we are socked in with areas of dense fog and that's why we have delays on arrivals of one hour. dense fog advisory in place until 10 a.m. once the fog dissipates, increasing clouds mid- and high levels. 60s and 70s. west winds 10 to 20 miles per hour.
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it's tuesday, march 10. welcome back to "cbs this morning." there is more real news ahead including hillary clinton e-mail
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of oklahoma fraternity showing house mother repeatedly singing the n word. members of sae have been >>inside access to this fraternity. . we spoke to the 53-year-old chef who has been cooking for years. he's disappointed by the video. >> were you surprised by that? >> shock. >> that was shocking. >> did you think that these guys in the video were slapping?
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>> they are new members. i'm not really quite close to them. because placer are new members. >> do you feel betrayed in any way. >> yes. >> my house is gone. i have no house. >> i look forward every morning to come here and have fun with these guys. everybody lost their home. >> dixon says he still considers the students his family. an online fund-raiser was set upas to help him. it's raised more than $34,000. $34,00 president obama says 47 ident obama senate republicans seem to be on be the same side as iran's the hard-liners. letter any nuclear deal with the u.s. could be scrapped by congress or the next president. vice president joe biden says under c this undercuts the president. he says he's never seen anything like it.
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to friend and foe alike that our commander in chief cannot deliver on america's commitments. a message that as false as it is dangerous. >> the vice president's presidential ambitions could benefit from the controversy of hillary clinton's e-mails. reporters are being told that hillary clinton will finally address the issue at the united nations today. major garrett is the the white house. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. hillary clinton's decision to address the e-mail story doesn't erase the fact that days of silence with committed a small political vacuum. one of them works right here. >> vice president joe biden nt visited iowa earlier last month. >> i'm sorry i'm late. >> iowa hosts the first us. presidential caucus. biden visited south carolina and and new hampshire, the two most ant early important early primary states. he here's a little secret biden is d
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the only one to visit all three this year. >> we are still the largest value value-added manufacturer in the world. >> with hillary on the sidelines, biden's schedule suggests he's keeping his his options open. lou d'alessandro has backed >> timing biden for years. ing >> timing is everything. we know there comes a time when hen there's an opening. if if that opening is something you believe strongly in you make a believe you move. >> biden does have strengths the does have president's point man in the pr ukraine, iraq, afghanistan, central america and south ukrain america, he also managed istan, stimulus spending without managed controversy and cut deals with republicans to avert a government shutdown and default. >> biden also has this from our interview last april with him w and president obama.resident >> i've got somebody who i think i will go down as one of the e finest vice presidents in history. and he has been as i said earlier, a great partner in partner everything that i do. >> that hasn't changed.n't
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but neither has biden's ability, abi seemingly endless ability, to abi act and speak, well memorably. from this odd moment with the ent wife of defense secretary ash ash carter at his swearing in to an entire real of bidenisms. >> [ bleep ]. >> talking foreign policy strength in 2012. foreign po >> i promise you the president has a big stick. i promise you. >> and welcoming a new senator to the club in 2013. >> you're going to be christened. >> biden supporters say they feel like they're being teased, even in supposedly confidential conversations biden won't give them a straight answer. some say he's a cold-eyed realist going through the process. he's hired no one, organized hired nothing and raised no money. >> perhaps some signs, page are m garrett, thank you, from the
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white house. ahead, the physician trusted physician by the clinton's then pastor rick warren. he returns to studio 57 with a detox pl
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turning to a serial killer for help when law enforcement will not. >> who can i not trust? i cannot trust the authorities on this one. i can't. i have to trust a man that's in prison which is the convicted serial killer. >> how families are fighting to find their missing loved ones amid accusations of a cover-up inside a sheriff's department. that's next.
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this morning, a convicted serial killer on california's death row says he can show law
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enforcement where to find more victims. he may have been involved in as many as 70 murders in california, nevada and utah. families of the missing say they're not getting help from the one place they expect it. in a cbs news investigation, ben tracy shows us the explosive allegations against the san joaquin county sheriff's department. >> what's in it for you to not bring these people home? for most of us it's been decades. we're ready. >> marie gillit's father disappeared in 1993. she believes he was murdered by these men, known as the speed freak killers. >> when a killer makes a map and says here's where the bodies are, that's like gold to law enforcement. >> that's what i would believe. >> reporter: wesley shermantine drew these maps from his prison cell showing the locations of victims. he sent them to several people
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including california state senator kathleen giljonni. they stopped searching in 2013 citing his refusal to talk to them and the reliability of his information. >> he has not given me reason to not believe what he's saying however, the sheriff's department has given me reason to distrust information coming forward. >> reporter: cbs news obtained these e-mails showing that in 2010 someone from the san joaquin sheriff's department ordered at least five cases involving victims of the speed freak killers canceled requesting their removal from the national data base of missing persons even though their bodies had never been found. this is a former fbi agent. >> is it rare for cases to be deleted off of this database. >> i've never heard of an active missing persons case being deleted from a state or federal
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data database. >> you believe someone is trying to cover something up. >> yes, law enforcement is to serve and protect, not remove and destroy. someone at the sheriff's department gave the order to describe these records for these missing persons. >> i'm ben tracy with cbs news. >> reporter: san joaquin county sheriff steve moore agreed to talk to us on monday but had few answers. are you personally aware of any missing person records that would have been deleted by the request of your department? >> me personally no. >> this is the first time you've ever heard of this allegation? >> as far as deleting records that shouldn't have been deleted, yes, sir. >> reporter: the department of justice e-mails say the sheriff's department insisted on the cancellations. but in a statement late monday sheriff moore said the files were simply transferred for a period of time. >> this is just mind boggling. >> reporter: marie gillit's father was on the list of canceled cases, she fears they will never find his body. >> who can i not trust? i cannot trust the authorities on this one. i can't.
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i have to trust the man that's in prison which is the convicted serial killer. >> reporter: for "cbs this morning," ben tracy, sacramento. >> very interesting story. very different way of looking at things. you wouldn't go you'd go to the serial killer. >> frightening, yes. >> thank you, ben tracy. we're gearing up for march madness. jim nantz is in our toyota green room, so we'll ask him. >> hey. march madness win love it. >> about the teams to watch. he's ready to reveal his number one seed projection. >> we'll see. >> no, jim nantz, you better get ready in the next two minutes. >> i'm ready. i'm ready. >> that's next on "cbs this morning." "cbs this morning." plus more vitamin c than ten oranges. emergen-c transforms more than just water. emergen-c. let your awesome out. they say after seeing a magician make his assistant disappear mr.clean came up with a product that makes dirt virtually disappear. he called it the magic eraser.
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the madness, selection sunday is this weekend. i bet you knew that. the excitement is building as fans get ready to break out brackets. jim nance will be in the middle of the action again. he led the play by play announcer and sports coverage of the ncaa tournament. this is his 25th year of calling the final four. >> good morning. >> i heard the music. ready to fill out brackets. >> 25 years. aren't you back where you started in indianapolis? >> that's where all my first championship. i hosted final four before that.
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indianapolis is a great host city. i can't wait to get started this weekend. >> is this a good year for the final four? >> perhaps the historic run. >> starting with kentucky undefeated at this point going into the s.e.c. tournament 31-0. they win out they would be 40-0. >> how unusual is that? >> hasn't happened since indiana. last year we had undefeated team going into the tournament. wichita state and kentucky ended up beating them in a close game. kentucky is loaded. that's the first story i think going into this tournament. >> they have had difficult games come from behind a number of times. >> i think with this tournament you know -- it's setting me up. >> you can have duke's tie on. that would be in a lot of regards would be duke and kentucky and certainly duke would be capable of beating them. in this tournament there are other teams out there, for sure. >> like who?
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>> like wisconsin. wisconsin last year had them down to the wire in the final four. they basically got the team back. wisconsin is an interesting case. they are trying to move up to that one line so they don't go to kentucky's bracket. >> cleveland is where kentucky is going to go. its path will be louisville then cleveland. all short trips for them from lexington and then indianapolis. >> you talk about teams that might be able to beat kentucky i think wisconsin potentially, potentially virginia. >> villanova is on a roll. notre dame is a little bit of upstart. he sounds like he should be my analyst. >> get your projections, final number one seed projection. gayle was put on the spot. i will say at this moment. >> take that back.
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>> you are right. >> at this moment and it's fluid it has to change this week but if they want out it would go this way. if one of them -- kentucky is a lock and i think duke is a lock. let's say virginia doesn't win the acc tournament orville nova stumbles and wisconsin wins the big ten i will move them up to that line. at this moment those are my projections. i will talk like it is november. >> the surprise? >> makes the tournament special. >> any predictions about that? >> you want me to pick one of those way out there like man manhattan got in the tournament. it is hard to say if they pull off an upset. there are teams out there. i theng we have a list of them that are credentials, some view them as under dogs those who know college basketball know they are legit like northern iowa. they have been in rank all season long.
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wichita state, they are back and good again. you can see this is a list here that they could be dangerous and win games. >> will tiger play in the masters? >> i think he will. i think a big thing to watch is this friday at 6:00 he would have to commit to next week's tournament. i think he would need not a month but would need one more tournament to play in and see where his game is before the masters. i hope so. >> he came back a couple years ago and did finish fourth and didn't play a tournament before the masters then. >> and made a run at the title there. >> march madness at the masters. a great stretch coming up. >> we don't have enough time to ask you. >> thank you, sir. begins 6:00 p.m. eastern. that is this sunday here on cbs. as you finish your breakfast you may want to rethink what leads to overeating. the new diet plan that could make a difference.
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he helped put springfield on the national map. your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. good morning, it's 8:25. time for some news headlines. the criminal trial of pg&e is scheduled to begin in about a year. the utility faces federal charges in connection with a deadly natural gas explosion in san bruno. trial starts march 8. some water districts in the bay area are considering raising rates. it's because customers are cutting back because of the drought. this evening, the santa clara valley water district will discuss a proposed 30% hike. east bay m.u.d. and the san francisco public utilities commission are consider
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good morning. this is shaping up to be an unusual commute. right now, the bay bridge is free and clear. so if you are coming from 580, 880, 24, all those commutes look great. better than ever as you can see there approaching the pay gates. the problem is this. the eastshore freeway. a traffic alert is still in effect after this overturned trailer and wood spill. and it's been affecting the morning commute. it's going to continue to affect the morning commute until at least 10:00. it's happening westbound 80 by university avenue but they have
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a couple of lanes blocked. they have cranes out there to remove some of the debris. the frontage road is blocked. it's solid from hercules. the drive time is about 100 minutes from the carquinez bridge. another hot spot is the dumbarton bridge because of another accident. it was on the menlo park side of the span. so westbound 84 is kind of a mess. and i think people are trying to choose the san mateo bridge as an alternate which is also unusually slow right now out of hayward. that's your latest "kcbs traffic." with the forecast, here's roberta. it's a business is weather day. good morning, everybody. if you look towards sfo we can barely see the control tower due to the very dense fog. and this is why we have delays at sfo over 1 hour on some arriving flights. current air temperature pretty much steady into the 40s and 50s. actually has a chill in the air due to just how damp it feels due to the very dense fog. the advisory is in effect until 10 a.m. for most of the bay area with visibility down to a quarter mile.
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the 50th an verse i of the civil rights mar. s held on saturday with obama leading the charge. >> we honor those who walk so we could run. we must run so our children soar. >> hmm, that quote sounds familiar. where have i heard that? ♪ martin luther walk martin luther walk so obama could run obama ran♪ >> wait, obama, did you just -- >> must like jay z. >> he does like jay z. welcome back to "cbs this morning." the "the simpsons" have made
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america last for 26 seasons. coming up we remember co-creator sam simon. why tv's longest running sitcom is only part of his legacy. >> also patricia arquette in studio 57 this morning. there she is. inside her new hit drama "csi cyber." also enters critics of her oscar night critics on equal pay for women. the headlines salt lake tribune has an update on a toddler who survived a car crash in a river. 18-month-old lily grossbeck is making rapid improvement. watching cartoons and sing great news. lily dangled up side down in her car seat for more than 12 hours after her mother crashed their car into a river last week. the mother died. the "wall street journal" says daylight saving time is bad for relationships with loss of sleep when the clock springs forward makes us more likely to argue with our partner.
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we become more volatile impulsive and less able to read other's emotions accurately. "the washington post" says for the first time researchers tried to find out how a person grows up to become a narcissist. a study followed 565 children ages 7 through 11 found parents who overvalue kids by telling them that they are superior to others and entitled to special treatment are more likely to produce narcissistic children. too many parents tell their kids they're special and relationally what you should say is that you're loved. >> they are special and loved. >> i think so too. >> hollywood is remembering a creatish force behind one of the most successful shows in television history. sam simon, co-creator of "the simpsons," died in los angeles. collected nine emmy awards and helped make the animated siris into a tv juggernaut. vladimir duthier shows us how simon made a mark giving away
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millions. >> good morning. simon lost his battle with colon cancer on sunday just 59. his legacy will live on through the decades of laughter he brought to others. ♪ the "simpsons" ♪ ♪ >> sam simon brought spring field to life when he introduced america to "the simpsons" in 1989. >> this is cool. >> reporter: one of the founding fathers simon created some of its most memorable characters. time to pay for your two days of debauchery you hungover drones. >> reporter: including evil nuclear power plant owner mr. burns. credit id with encouraging craft members to read together allowing them to play off in the studio. in an interview, simon said he was constantly prized by the success of the show. >> i thought it was an idea that would go absolutely nowhere. it turns out that people just accepted it and went along for the ride. >> reporter: although simon exited "the simpsons" in 1993
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he kept his title as executive producer and received ongoing royalties that he claimed totalled tens of millions each year. simon spent his fortune helping animals. he created the sam simon foundation to train rescue dog as service animals. donated to peta and the sea shepherd conservation society. >> i consider this the greatest honor of my life. i think the battle for animal rights is the most important battle. >> reporter: on monday, social media was flooded with tributes to sinl.mon. cone cone tweeted sam simon's contribution to the spirit of sharp, well-observed comedy is incalculable. even if that comedy intersected with tram did. >> today i was diagnosed, i made a promise to myself that i would not spend the rest of my life in
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bed watching television which is bizarre because it's my favorite thing to do. >> fabulous show. simon's credited with writing the ravens segment in the first three house of or halloween episode which went on to become a series staple. the show is in its 26th season. >> i love it. what a legacy. what a legacy. >> all of the charitable contributions he made, a guy who created something that he said to morally safer he thought would last a year. >> lasted more than that. a battle by tens of millions of people more than two-third of americans are overweight or obese. mark hyman believes there is new hope. he leads the cleveland clinic center for functional medicine. pleased to have him back. what's the case for detoxification. >> two reasons one, most
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americans are addicted to biologically addicted to sugar and flour, we eat 162 pounds of sugar. it hijacks your brain and taste buds and metal limp. many people walk around with flc syndrome, you feel like crap. you have all sorts of sim tops that make you feel sick headaches, digestive issues, insomnia, all of those things why we need to get rid of the bad stuff. >> how about not eating so much sugar. >> food is medicine. we can heal our bodies using food or help make it sick. by putting in right stuff you can reset your system and in ten days give yourself a chance to feel good for the first time in a long time. >> how did you come up with ten days. >> takes ten days to get rid of the inflammation in your body unhook your brain from the biological addition of sugar and bad foods weep had 600 people do
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this in ten days they had a 62% reduction from all symptoms, all diseases by giving their body right food. >> what is it about the ten days? detox is a catchy word it's a buzzy word. trying to establish long-term plan, right that people are on. >> it's a trick. ten days to get you started, you understand the connection how you feel what you eat and transition to finding out a way of eating that works for you, whole, fresh food getting rid of junk, eating real food. >> on the ten-day detox. >> absolutely. >> what do you say to people that eat crappy food and still feel good? i don't know anyone like that. what would you say. >> you don't know how bad you feel. patients say i don't know how bad i was feeling. >> this is the thing in the book, it's not overeating that makes you foot it's being fat that makes you overeat. >> right. >> never thought about that. interesting. >> science is showing us your fat cells are like hungry monsters and they want more and
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more. so once you build up hungry fat cells in your abdomen they suck in the fuel in your blood and makes you feel hungry slows your metabolism and stops fat burning. the hungry fat cells and the science teaching us. >> assume we accept this. what does detoxification do? >> it's like drug detox. why should you get off of alcohol if you're an alcoholic or cocaine if you're a cocaine addict. eating sugar and processed food it's hijacked your brain -- >> but when you detox, what happens? >> it takes the stuff out of your system and you have control again. you don't have to use will power, use science. >> if you stopped using so much wouldn't it come out of your system? >> absolutely. you don't have to do it at witness but if you want to get a powerful reset, which most people have nerve had, most people never have given themselves ten days. it's an invitation to see what happens when you do a quick
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restart. >> what do your patients say the hardest thing. >> the first few days, with drawing from getting off of the sugar and flour. >> you said foods a problem but also a solution. >> it is. >> you give us a path to get there. >> we don't need any more evidence to show us sugar is bad for us. >> we don't. >> dr. mark hyman, thank you. ten day detox diet cookbook goes on sale today. patricia arquette, she is here in studio 57. what is she eating these days? back in a leading role in the hit drama, "csi cyber." find out how it's already changing the way the oscar winner uses her
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♪ ♪ the growing threat from hackers is at the center of cbs' new drama, "csi cyber." oscar winner patricia arquette oscar winner plays avery ryan who leads a unit more than 10 million people caught the premiere. it's a real-life cyberpsychologist inspired the series. a pry view of tomorrow's episode episode. >> a new case, virginia field office sent over surveillance foot wjage and diagnostics of a
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crash, 20 injured, 4 in icu one dead. >> mechanical failure. >> park engineer confirmed the brakes, track, coaster cars functioning perfectly. >> a suspect? >> one, coaster's computer. >> patricia arquette joins us at the table. oscar winner. here's a question for you, what's more exciting the oscar or being part of the cbs family on a hit series? >> i plead the fifth. >> you have to think about that. >> it's all exciting. >> i can imagine. >> incredible time. 46 years old to have all of these things happening i didn't imagine. at 46 they want to throw you out to pasture. >> talk about your series in a second. i want to reflect on that oscar win for a second. when you went up on the stage and you gave the speech that everybody was talking about the next day, did you have any idea that's in what you were going to say, did you know if i get up i'm going it say something about the issue? >> i looks at my part i won
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that oscar playing a part of a single mom who struggled, had to move her kids multiple times send herself back to school and i thought how different her life would have been if she had been making a dollar for every dollar that she earned. it's decimating to women across the country. we ask our daughters to go to college, but then force them to pay school loans for years longer. it costs women over their lifetime $400,000 for a typical woman and if you have an advanced degree it costs you 2 million over your lifetime not going into your reretirement and we're not improving our own nation. we want kids to have a better education. 40% of female households can't afford quality child care for kids, let alone to college. >> will you think it will have real benefit. >> women have been talking about this for decades, working on this for decades women my age
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have spent a good portion of their earning life losing out on this. we have a different demographic now. we have women as heads of households, you know we're living this ozzie and harriette world where the male's the provider. we have to change with the times and women can't wait anymore. we have 42 million women in poverty. >> did you know the reaction? did you see meryl streep and jennifer lopez? >> i didn't i was so terrified. >> were you? >> i was terrified. >> why? >> i knew i had to say it but i knew there would be haters. i knew people wouldn't understand what i was talking about. certainly i'm privileged i'm winning an award, i'm a very successful actress, but i wasn't always a successful actress. i was a mother at 20 i couldn't buy diapers and food i lived in poverty when i was little there were times i didn't have a pair of shoes to wear. i have a lot of empathy for
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other people and i feel like if i am fortunate enough to have success, all of these women have been crying out, nobody's been listening to them i want to shine a light. >> you hear victims, we have come so far. >> i think so. i think really whenever i went through my life also could be an actor to be a good actor you want to understand human beings. >> you come from an acting family, your dad, your brother david, sister rosanna. did you know this is something you wanted to do? is it a given i'm going to do the family thing. >> i wanted to do it but i didn't know if i'd be good at it. my next choice i was going to be a midwife. >> wow. didn't know that. >> can we talk about avery ryan for a second? >> please. >> did you see yourself joining a csi franchise. >> i didn't. i was so excited. this is the first time they had a female lead.
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a different character it's a challenge, i'm not tech savvy. my character is very brain based. her technology skills profiling of people, i use ully take care of people that are emotional. it's a big challenge. >> you went to tech school to learn. >> we had experts. it's crazy. yeah. >> it's crazy what's happening. >> i know. >> the cyberpsychologist, have you met her? >> yes, mary aikens she's done work with interpol. her back story is different from my cash and her skill set is incredible. >> do you use your devices differently because of the role? do you see things differently in your own mind? >> yeah i recommend dual verification on e-mails. >> important advice from patricia arquette this morning. >> what does that mean? >> so you can sign up for dual verification. so you sign up once on your phone and once on your computer and then your e-mail will recognize those devices.
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if someone tries to sign on from a different computer they'll send you a text and tell you. >> this is somebody who was not text savvy? i recommend dual verification. >> i has phone that has e-mail on it now. >> is this the goal by the way, the range, i know we've got run in a minute but "boardwalk empire" a period drama, "boyhood "boyhood" a modern day drama, now "csi cyber," is that the goal to spread your range as much as you can? >> i think part of it. it's very exciting to be part of this huge global franchise. we have were airing at same time in america as asia and australia. >> we're thrilled you're part of the cbs family. catch "csi cyber" 10:00, 9:00 central on cbs.0:00/9:00 central here on cbs.
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