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ence's birth bay dodd. he's 32 -- birthday today. he's 32. he's not playing becaus >> welcome to cbs "this morning." hillary clinton starts the road to the white house. new video shows a sheriff's deputy killing a black man in oklahoma. police say he thought he was using a taser. and history at the masters. jordan spieth dons his first green jacket. we'll talk to the 21-year-old champion who says he wants more. >> we begin this morning with a look at today's eye openers. your world in 90 seconds.
>> she's going to be the democratic nominee. she has no challenger. >> we'll make the case to the american people that she has a product that isn't worth buying. >> hillary clinton announces her bid for the white house. >> she's got a lot of work to do. she's been getting beaten up pretty hard over the past couple weeks. >> everyday americans need a champion and i want to be that champion. >> and marco rubio expected to announce his candidacy. >> shots fired at a community college in north carolina. campus said to be on lockdown. >> authorities are said to be looking if r the shooter. >> a deadly sting operation, a cop grabbing his gun instead of his taser. >> audio of a conversation involving the south carolina police officer charged with murder. >> one of the epic performances in the annals of the support. 21-year-old jordan spieth completed a remarkable wire-to-wire victory at the masters. >> this feels great. i plan on not taking it off for quite a while.
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welcome welcome to cbs "this morning." hillary clinton is on a road trip after launching her second presidential campaign. she is trying to reach out to what she calls everyday americans. some of these voters were featured in sunday's online announcement. >> the former secretary of state, senator, and first lady began her trip in her hometown of chappaqua, new york and is riding to iowa in a van nicknamed "scooby." she tweeted a picture of voters she met. nancy cordes is waiting for her in des moines. nancy, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it's more than a thousand miles between new york and iowa so i suspect we'll see several more pictures of clinton with average americans she meets on the road before she makes it here to iowa. like her announcement video, this trip is designed to show that she can connect with voters and that she doesn't expect a coronation. >> i'm getting ready for a lot
of things. >> reporter: clinton doesn't appear in her own announcement video until it's almost over. >> my daughter is starting kindergarten. >> getting married this summer to someone i care about. >> reporter: she's preceded by a diverse group of americans sharing big and small plans for the future. [ speaking spanish ] >> we just want to teach our dog to quit eating the trash. >> i'm getting ready to do something, too. i'm running for president. >> reporter: thus ends years of speculation. >> i'm back! >> reporter: about whether the former first lady and secretary of state would make a second run for the white house. >> everyday americans need a champion and i want to be that champion. >> reporter: the video reflects the philosophy laid out in a clinton campaign mission statement obtained by cbs news. "we are humble" it reads. "we take nothing for granted." in fact, advisors say this campaign is likely to lookless like her first white house bid and more like her run for new york senate in 2,000 when she
went on a listening tour of the state and even sometimes spent the night in supporters' homes. >> i'm hitting the road to earn your vote because it's your time and i hope you'll join me on this journey. >> reporter: republicans shot back with videos of their own. >> hillary clinton represents the failed policies of the past. >> she doesn't have a track record of leadership or trustworthiness. >> i have a message. >> reporter: this ad from kentucky senator rand paul will start airing today in four early voting state including iowa. >> hillary clinton represents the worst of the washington machine. >> reporter: clinton's decision attracted the attention of "saturday night live," too. >> my gosh i don't know if i have it in me. i'm scared. i'm kidding let's do this. [ laughter ] >> reporter: now that she's officially a candidate, clinton has stepped down from her role at the clinton foundation. when she arrives in iowa she'll be doing a round table with
community college students she'll be visiting a local small business, her campaign says she's going to be doing these small events for a while before she holds her first real rally some time in may. >> all right. it's just beginning. thank you, nancy. a potential republican rival is expected to join the presidential race later today. florida senator marco rubio makes his announcement in his hometown of miami. the 43-year-old senator is risking his job here. his seat is up for reelection in 2016 and under florida law he can not run for senate and president at the same time. rubio would join fellow senators ted cruz of texas and rand paul of kentucky as a official candidates. john dickerson is here. he was just named the new anchor of "face the nation." he takes over as bob retires. good morning and congratulations. >> thank you. >> let me begin with hillary clinton. tell me what she has to do and how is this different?
>> well, what she has to do in this announcement is change the perceptions but people already have of her. she's got a lot built up over the years, perceptions buts people filling in the blank of why she's running. it's the third term of obama, she thinks it should be given to her. so she's trying to so something different. how elastic are the views about hillary clinton? everybody knows who she is. if she can change that conversation, make it about what she's running about, how to sustain that over 16 months when the entire republican party is going to be going after you. >> does she, will she have to distance herself from president obama, do you think? >> she will. the question is how far can she get? she was in the administration and the president has some important constituencies in the democratic party that she needs him to help her with. so that will be a constant delicate balance because every time she tries to distance herself people say wait you're just being political. that's a challenge that as a problem for her. >> there was a lot of ink spilled over the rebranding of hillary clinton. we see the van named "scooby" at
the rallies. what is this about. >> not the mystery machine which was the name of the the van they had in scooby do for those of you who are aficionados. >> believe me i watch it just about everyday with my kids. >> you're living the scooby. well, this is about looking different. this is about looking regular. people know what it's like to drive across the country and decide to stop at the sheets or the pilot. now, if she starts hanging the pine tree air freshener in her car and the fuzzy dice she will have gone too far. >> but this idea about being humble. >> that's right. and that was in the campaign manager's memo to his own staff which they leaked. so when you're humble people say "boy, he's humble." you don't say it about yourself. why humble? because we've seen so much drama in previous clinton campaigns. they want to say this is new. this is -- she is not taking anything for granted. she's going to be out there working hard like a regular person because, as she calls
herself or as she'd like topor portray herself, she is the people's champion. so do stuff regular people do so she can be their champion. >> we'll hear from marco rubio this week. >> yes. now it's interesting, on the one hand you could say the hillary clinton-palooza will step on the message but a lot of candidates are trying to get in the same conversation with hillary clinton, be seen as the republican alternative to her. so in a sense his announcement tonight is something that he wants and also they think the generational contrast is something they want to play up. hillary clinton is from the past, they would say, marco rubio of the future. >> john thank you. we're tracking an unfolding story in north carolina. a college campus is under lockdown at this hour. police are at wayne community college in goldsboro 50 miles southeast of mall reeg. the goldsboro city manager tells cbs news one person was shot and killed and the suspect is still missing. the deadly shooting of an unarmed black man in oklahoma
was caught on camera. an unpaid volunteer reserve deputy meant to use a taser but instead pulled his gun. elaine quijano is here with why police filed no charges. good morning elaine. >> reporter: when convicted felon eric harris bolted from an undercover guns and drugs operation he resisted arrest. it was during the struggle that robert bates ark retired cop and insurance executive part of the violent crimes task force that day made the fatal error. >> i need you to roll on your stomach now. >> reporter: from the moment the shot was fired it was clear robert bates made a mistake. >> i shot him, i'm sorry. >> reporter: the 73-year-old tulsa county reserve deputy said he was sorry after he shot eric courtney harris.
>> he shot me! >> reporter: tulsa police say bates intended to tase harris but grabbed his gun instead of his taser because of a stress-related policing phenomenon when the brain tells the body to do one thing but does something else. >> reserve deputy bates did not commit a crime. reserve deputy bates was a true victim of slips and capture. >> reporter: the arrest was reported on multiple cameras, a sting operation targeting illegal guns. >> that's a lugar. a german lugar. >> reporter: tulsa police say harris attempted to sell a gun to an undercover officer but when police vehicles pulled up harris run. >> stop right there! >> an officer wearing a body camera chased down and tackled harris and other officers joined the struggle. harris was handcuffed after he had been shot. he complained he couldn't breathe. >> i'm losing my breath. >> [ bleep ] your breath. >> reporter: harris was treated at the scene by firefighters but died at the hospital.
in a statement provided by to cbs news, an attorney for the harris family said "perhaps the most disturbing aspect of all of this is the inhumane and malicious treatment of eric after he was shot." tulsa police placed bates on administrative leave and have filed no charges against him. an investigation of the incident will be submitted to the tulsa county district attorney's office for a full review. the tulsa county sheriff's office has also asked the fbi to conduct an independent assessment which could look into potential civil rights violations. gail? >> thank you elaine. critics are questioning whether more charges should be brought against officers after the deadly south carolina police shooting. disturbing video captured the moment walter scott was gunned down after a routine traffic stop. vicente arenas is outside the detention center where he is being held. >> reporter: slager was charged quickly but there's still questions as to whether other
officers did enough to save scott's life. those questions come along with newly discovered audio from slager's dash cam. following the deadly shooting michael slager's dash camera continued to roll and appeared to capture another officer talking to him off screen. >> by the time you get home it would be a good idea to jot down your thoughts of what happened. once the adrenaline quits pumping and stuff? it's pumping. [ laughter ] >> reporter: more than a week later, questions continue to mount over whether other officers at the scene gave full accounts of what happened to 50-year-old walter scott. >> this is not about black and white it's about right and wrong. >> reporter: some of the attention is focused on a black officer who arrived shortly after the shooting. in a police report haversham reported that he rendered aid to the victims but applying
pressure to the gunshot wound but nearly four minutes of video say he did little to help scott and left out critical information. at a video sunday north charleston mayor keith summey said the tape seemed to back up the account. >> i saw him stand up in ex-to his body pull up the shirt, put pressure on the wounds. >> reporter: saturday, hundreds attended scott's funeral, family and friends surrounding his flag-draped casket. the scene where the father of four was gunned down is the site of a growing memorial in his honor. when you walked up here today, what was going through your mind? >> i'm -- i need so space. thank you. >> reporter: is it emotional for you, this situation? >> i think it's emotional for everybody. >> reporter: a preliminary hearing for slager could come within the next two to three weeks. an indictment is expected next month. >> vicente, thanks. authorities in florida are
investigating a death at disneyworld. a man died at an attraction called the exotic driving experience where people can get behind the wheel of luxury cars. two men in a lamborghini crashed into a guardrail yesterday. the passenger was killed. the man who died was 36-year-old gary perry, an employee. the customer driving suffered minor injuries. the track is operatinged by petty holdings which runs the richard petty driving experience, a similar attraction involving stock cars. a fiery plane crash in ft. lauderdale. the scene was captured on cell phone video. >> oh my god. >> all four people on board died when this twin engine aircraft crashed sunday just short of the runway. the national transportation safety board is investigating. islamic state militants are claiming responsibility for a shocking new video that purportedly shows the extremists blowing up parts of the ancient
city of nimrud. men are also seen using sledgehammersen priceless artifacts. isis reportedly destroyed the site last month. this morning, jordan spieth is the biggest name in golf. that's what happens when you win the masters. spieth finished a brilliant four-day spell on sunday to win by four shots. he tied tiger woods' masters record of 18 under par. omar vielleavillafranca is outside the golf club. >> reporter: it was a from display by a kid who should be graduating college in a month, instead he's wearing the same green jacket tiger woods did in 1997. >> one of the epic performances in the annals of the sport. >> reporter: it was a victory unlike any other. more 21-year-old from dallas shredded a field full of golf's greatest from start to finish.
augusta's first wire-to-wire winner since 1976 adding a green jacket to his wardrobe in the process. [ cheers and applause ] >> go hard, go! >> reporter: spieth who pocketed nearly $2 million on sunday's wind showed an endless talent, an unwillingness to buckle on golf's grandest stage as the best players in the world came hunting for him. names like mickelson, mackcilroy woods who boasted 24 championships couldn't catch him. jordan spieth didn't just knock on the door to join golf's most exclusive club he kicked the front door down breaking the 36 and 54-hole scoring marks and setting the mark for most birdies in a masters tournament with 28. >> a lot of people are calling
you the next biggest thing, you're here. where do you see yourself in this game? what do you want to do in this game? >> i'd like to win more of these. i'd like to be a part of all the majors and at some point be part of number one in the world. >> reporter: as spieth made the iconic walk up the 18th and sank his final putt he entered into golf's immortal fraternity among the likes of palmer, nicklaus and tiger. >> that's one of the best feelings i've ever felt. this was arguably the greatest day of my life. >> reporter: spieth told me he wants to be the number one ranked player in the world and he is well on his way. after his win here at august starks he 125, he's ranked number two in the world. >> jordan spieth will be here with us tomorrow. what would be amazing is to see a competition between rory and jordan every team going at each other in every match. >> charlie, you smile when you read the story. so great to see people's dreams come true. at 14 he said "this is what i'd
like to do" and now he's done it. >> and he seems to have such a love ily warm family. >> terrific victory, indeed. london police are accused of not paying attention in the middle of a huge jewel heist. ahead, the video showing the >> announcer: this national weather report sponsored by target. expect more. pay less.
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good morning. let's get a check on the bay bridge the toll plaza. the metering lights are on and they just cleared an accident. that's out of there and unfortunately traffic is really backed up. 580 is jammed solid from 24. and as people are heading back to work and back to school today. san mateo bridge plenty of company right now leaving hayward with a 31 minute drive time. to the other side in foster city and some fog approaching pleasanton and slow traffic as well. trust kcbs traffic, the -- that's kcbs traffic. here's roberta. on out the door we currently have some cloud cover. right there at the bay. we have sunshine inland and at mount vaca. temperatures are in the 40s and 50s in areas of fog as well. sunny skies cooler today. 60s 70s west winds 10 to 20 miles per hour. we have a slight chance of rain
you're finally going to announce you're running for president. >> oh, my gosh. i don't know if i have it in me. i'm scare. i'm kidding. let's do this. >> we thought it would be fun if you actually filmed the video yourself on your own phone. >> let's try it without you say ing i or your full name. >> hello, it is i, hillary clinton. >> don't worry we'll delight that. >> i know a thing or two about that. >> let's jump to it. >> i promise with hillary clinton in charge it will be a brand-new white house. ♪ >> oh who am i kidding.
buckle up, america. the clintons are back and live from new york -- >> -- it's "saturday night live." listen, "saturday night live" gearing up. >> she's a terrific actress. >> kate mckin non-has a dead-on impression i think. i think she'll get lots of airtime. counselling up this half hour the controversy of free-range parenting. the couple faces new trouble for letting their kidding roam. ahead how the parents and child protective services are responding. plus did british police ignore an alarm. a first look at the brightest theevgs. that's ahead. cold war-style tensions are letting up after a close encounter with a russian jet. it intercepted an air force reconnaissance plane last week. the plane was flying in international airspace over the baltic species. the defense department called
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schoolmates to spreading rumors to pressuring othering to sent jeksable text or pictures. >> this morning they're searching for two men in involved in a gang rape on a crowded beach. the group assaulted a woman in the middle of the day last month. no one intervened. it was caught on cell phone video. we have blurred the faces because some of the image mace be disturbed. >> good morning. that cell phone video is key to the case because investigators say the victim of the attack believes she was drug. police in alabama only discover discovered the video because of an unrelated shooting. they then alerted authorities in florida. >> reporter: the video shows hundreds of beachgoers continuing to party while less than ten feet away at least three men were apparently gang
raping an unconscious 19-year-old woman. the sheriff told reporters he's seen many spring break things over the year. >> people standing almost rubbing the incapacitated girl. more concerned about spilling their beer than they did someone being raped. we even got to get control of our beaches. it is not safe for our children to be out there on the beaches when these animals are out there conducting themselves like this. >> the police arrested two suspects friday. both are charged with sexual battery by multiple perpetrators. the two are students at troy where martesety had been a star on the track team. >> as soon as it became formal they were going to be arrested we immediately place them on
temporary suspension. >> reporter: authorityingies say the gang rape happened behind the spin acker bar club on the 2nd of march. the victim never reported it because she didn't remember it. she believed she was drugged. >> it's not first video, the second video, the third. there's a number of videos we've recovered with scenes similar to this. i can only imagine how many we haven't recovered. >> reporter: panama city beach has been struggling to control crime with the hordes of stounlts who crowd the scene during spring break. sparky sparkman who owns the spin acker says most spring breakers aren't troublemakers but he worries about those who are. >> if you come here with the idea of doing that and causing problems, we're going to come
after you and we're going to put you away from a long time. >> the sheriff did not release any more information about the two other men want for the gang rape. as for the two arrested calhoun is out on bond. martesety remains in custody. gayle? the third time the parents have come under fire for letting their children walk around unsupervised. >> i can't believe we're going through this again. >> reporter: the police picked up the 6-year-old and 10-year-old from the park near their silver spring home around 5:00. someone had called 911 after
seeing them alone. >> the policeman said i'm going bring you home. instead he bring us here. >> reporter: montgomery county police brought them to protective services where they were held for hours. >> we asked why they didn't bring them home. they decided the safety of the chirp was more important. >> reporter: they found the two responsible for unsubstantiated hield next. they claim they're practicing free range parenting, which they claims building independence. they said they were unwilling to alter their parenting style. now it seems they have no choice. >> i'm not going to rich my kids being snatched again like this by cbs.
>> rikky klieman joins us at the table. good morning. >> good morning. >> how much trouble could they be in and could they be in trouble? >> they could be in serious trouble. say someone goes into criminal court and the case is found guilty or nolo plea. same here. it's like thumbing the law when you're under this sword of dam clees for a five-year field. >> is it illegal? >> no. maryland law says a child must be accompanied by 13g years or older. inside or in a car. there is nothing on the books about a child being accompany
beaen doesn't so this there's this beg look hole in the join. >> obviously child protective services believe if you leave children outside, they must follow the law and look into the kids and take them into custody. >> i would think that's more traumatizing telling kids you're taking them home and instead taking them to police safers. >> this if parenting group hat a plat of door dlars. in essence it's like a faulty imprisonment. remember it's hours where the parents dmoen where theirkys are and kids don't know where the jewelry is.
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the images of the suspects aet the crime scene and the possible getaway car. that's after getting beat to the punch by the daily mirror newspaper which went public. disguised as construction workers, they used trash bags and garbage karens to haul in heavy tools and haul out precious gems. whodunit remains a mystery but police have confirmed the is how they did it. with no signs of a forced entry, they disabled an elg vater on a third floor and lowered themselves on an empty shaft. they used a massive drill to bore through a 6'-inch wall. they busted over 72 safe deposit boxes and made off with millions in diamonds, jewelry, and gems. former commander of the police team on major heists john o'connor said it was all too easy. >> they were coming as genuine
workers. they went away a couple of days came back. it was ridiculous how they were able to have access like that. >> reporter: that's not all that was ridiculous. it was decided that no police response was deemed necessary. which probably brought some comfort to the crooks. >> how did they know that the police wouldn't be arriving? i mean there's so many questions to be asked here. it just seemed to me that this doesn't have the ring of "oceans eleven." it has the ring of corruption and collusion. >> in other words, an inside job. and while police may have a ct. norah? >> all right.
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good morning to viewers in the west monday april 13 2015. welcome back to "cbs this morning." more real news ahead including the presidential candidate hillary clinton, her appeal to regular voters and her chances against the republicans. but first, a look at today's eye opener at 8:00. >> like her announcement video, this trip is designed to show that she can connect with voters and that she doesn't expect -- >> does she, will she have to distance herself from president obama, do you think. >> she will. the question is how far will she get. >> during the struggle that deputy was part of the violent crimes task force, made the fatal error. >> slager charged quickly but
questions as to whether other officers did enough to save scott's life. >> what they are doing illegal? >> no. maryland law is really specific as opposed to a lot of other states. >> scotland yard is under fire this morning, and they're calling a highly audacious robbery. >> you just smile when you read the story. great to see people's dreams come true, at 14 he said this is what i'd like to do and he's done it. >> there it is. >> we thought it would be fun if you filmed the video yourself. now hold up your phone. look natural. okay. >> i am running because i want to be a voice for women everywhere. >> did someone say women everywhere? >> i'm chary rose with gail kij and nora o'donnell. hillary clinton is traveling to ireland. her announcement on sunday was
no surprise, but the many did not expect to find her traveling by van. she's tweeting from the road. >> clinton launched her second campaign with video highlighting everyday americans. today, senator marco rubio expected to enter the republican presidential race. john heilemann is with us co-author of a pair of books of the last two presidential campaigns, game change double down. good morning. >> hello. so far, is it a humble rollout? >> you know it's -- there's no -- there's possible further humble rollout -- >> the van's called scooby. >> there's a little humility to that, road tripping. but it's other focus, a we focus rollout and that's the thing they've been trying to do in the video. she's trying to say this is about voters and not about me. and that video expresses that. this low key, i'm going to iowa talk to the folks not be on the big stage, not be over the top, is conveyed pretty well.
>> everybody's fighting for the middle class. >> everybody's fighting for the middle collapselass. everybody thinks they're middle class, even the super rich and the poorp everyday americans is the term. people think the term middle class is freighted with insecurity rather than solidity. they're trying to take the discussion away from that. >> there are many people voting today that have never voted for clinton before so she can certainly attract those voters. i was -- were you surprised yesterday about bill de blasio? a lot of people were surprised when asked, would you support her? he said not so fast. >> surprised. they have been -- they have been very close for a long time. >> he ran her campaign. >> he ran her campaign at one point. a lot of the democrats immediately endorsing her. for him to take that posture, i think, not only i was surprised but abarndtpparently the clinton people furious. people on the progressive side
of the party, we saw on the show last week, saying i want to see what she has to say. the progressive wing of the party, they want to call the tune with her and and not willing to give their love right out of the gate. >> rhetorically addressing concerns, saying i want to address where the deck is stacked against them. >> yes. rhetoric in the video for sure. for gail's point people not voted for her, she's going to have a lot of support from african-americans, latinos, constituencies that have liked the clintons a lot. the new generation of voters. what obama did a new generation in large numbers she's untested there she will need young support. they're more up for grabs than other constituencies where she will probably be very strong. >> all right. certainly more to come. thank you, john. good to see you. it does not take a superpower to take down the united states in a brutal cyberattack, that is part of the mess annual uncovered in the "60
minutes." the devastating attack on sony pictures. croft asked cybersecurity expert kevin media about future threats. this is an exchange you did not see last night on "60 minutes." we had a nation state, for ideological differences or whatever reason attack the private sector. this is a demarcation and it's clear to me we'll have rogue nation stated that have embraced the asymmetry of cyberspace. the united states is in a glass house in cyber. they've got great ships, powerful planes and missiles and they've got great troops but in cyber, they're a glass house. there are nation states that have recognized that asymmetry, we can do harm in cyberspace we've seen that in 2014. >> you expected something like this to happen? >> if i had been asked last october, you said what's the worst thing that can happen in
cyberspace coned, utility going down we knew sooner or later a nation state would delete something. i didn't see the release of private documents, i wouldn't have guessed that at all. >> what is the next battle? what is the next demarcation? >> so great question because this last was so shocking and predictable, it makes the next one potentially harder to predict. the capabilities on the offense, i think, are going to continue to keep getting better because they're getting lots of operational experience. when we have ideological conflict cybercomponent is coming. what i couldn't predict is the trigger. potentially a move unpredictable. >> steve kroft weighs in on the hacking threat online. logon to 60minutesovertime.com. the new masters champion
jordan spieth wants to keep winningen the 21-year-old, the first winner since 1976 to lead from start to finish. he spoke with omar villafranca after the final hole. you're 21 going on 40 with your poise. a lot of us are surprised how well you keep it together. where does that come from? >> i don't know. maybe my hairline. i -- maybe from my parents. just shaped by everything. my upbringing friends, parents. my brother, sister everybody shapes -- we all shape each other, who i am. that's just how we're brought up in state of texas, i guess. >> that is true. >> i know you liked that nora that's how we're brought up in the state of texas. >> humility and confidence. >> and shaped by his family. good manners.
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my name is tony sartorio. i'm a lineman for pg&e out of the concord service center. i have lived here pretty much my whole life. i have been married for twelve years. i have 3 kids. i love living here and i love working in my hometown. at pg&e we are always working to upgrade reliability to meet the demands of the customers. i'm there to do the safest job possible - not only for them, but everybody, myself included that lives in the community. i'm very proud to do the work that i do and say that i am a lineman for pg&e because it's my hometown. it's a rewarding feeling. the woman crowneduniverse japan is spark controversy this morning 20-year-old arianna the first biracial win of the panel ent. she wants to represent the new
face of japan. good morning. >> good morning. japan is one of most homogeneous countries on earth. the news beauty queen is prompting a debate what it means to be japanese. walking through the section of tokyo, arianna certainly turns heads. she wants to use that attention to change attitudes. why did you want to be miss universe japan? japan still has racial issues, she told us. i wanted to do something about it. when crowned miss universe japan in march, selecteded by a panel of seven japanese judges her surprise on stage was real. she was the first ever winner to be biracial. her father is african-american, her mother japanese. at first, i didn't want to compete, she told us. but then a close friend who is
also biracial committed suicide. that's when i decided to do something about the suffering he endured. your friend killed himself because he was mixed race and being made fun of? he hated being half-japanese, she said. and not being fully accepted into japanese society. japan, an island nation that did not open to the world until the late 1800s, still lacks real diversity today. mixed race children made up less than 2% of births in 2013. at the tokyo gym where she works out twice a week, it's hard to imagine this now-confident, stunning, 20-year-old, was once a bullied kid. whenever the teacher told us to hold hands, other children thought my black skin would rub off on them so they said don't touch me she remembered. some kids wouldn't get into the pool with me. others threw garbage at me.
the beauty queen, constantly smiling these days says she was ready for the criticism that erupted online. one post said japan should be represented by a pure blood. others expressed disappointment many more questioned whether she was truly japanese. for the record she is. in fact she demonstrated the calligraphy skills she learned as a kid growing up here. says japan? very nice. i sit on the floor, she told us i take off my shoes when i guy in the house. i use chopsticks. i know nothing but a japanese lifestyle. she wants to represent the new face of japan. what is this conversation that you wanted to have happen? international marriages are happening and there will be more biracial children she told us. i want them to be as accepted in japan as they would in the u.s.
i want society to get used to that idea. she spent two years living in arkansas during high school exposed to different ways of thinking and thinking about people. while we've been working on the story, we've been talking to different people who are mixed race japanese who are watching the story and looking up to her. >> seth doane, thank you. people in the world looking out after her. >> she said in the beginning forced to insist she's japanese on the inside. calls mariah carey an inspiration, also of mixed race. good for her. >> good for her. the mtv movie awards always find a way to stay current. >> after months of speculation, hillary clinton finally announced she's taking zane's spot in one direction, yeah. >> all right. ahead, highlights from the awards ceremony ranging from poignant to the provocative next
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movies. carter erns shows us how the outrageous moments were often balanced by heartfelt speeches by the winners. >> i can fly. >> you never know what random event will happen next at the mtv event. whether it's host amy schumer flying to the rafters, zac efron or dwayne johnson promoting his new disaster film by walking through fire. >> the movie awards are the only show where the best are nominate and voted on by the same people who keep catfish and teen mom on the air. >> for a viewer awarded award show that never takes itself too seriously, there were a surprising number of heartfelt numbers. shaley woodley won for her role in a cancer patient and her acceptance speech brought the
book's author to tears. >> you changed the lives of millions of people around the world. you changed mine. thank you so much. >> bradley cooper won best performance for playing chris kyle in american sniper. >> chris kyle would have turned 41 four days ago. chris, this is for you. >> even though he won the comedic genius award. kevin hart wrote the touching reason why. >> these are my kids. i do it all for them. i want to leave a legacy behind so when it's all said and done the last name hart meaning something. >> they pride themselves on being more silly than somber. >> after months of speculation hillary clinton people announced she's taking zane's spot in one direction, yeah. >> many of schumer's jokes are just too riske for morning television. even reese witherspoon and sophia took it. >> we're not nominated.
>> why did we practice kissing so much? you made me kiss you in the car a lot. >> they foreshadow the awards. bringing the all-star cast for the next "avengers" mean robert downey jr. >> i invite you to dream big, work hard, keep your nose clean be of service, and, yes, because of your generation, you can define it. >> for "cbs this morning," carter evans los angeles. it's a great book a great movie. david brooks of "the new york times" is in studio 57. ahead what he call as shift away from humility to a culture of big me. an important book about the road to character. your local news is next.
good monday morning everyone, 8:25. time for nudes had had lines andst -- news headlines can it's time too play baseball. the giants homeowner happens today. and fans getting ready to cheer on the reigning world champions. team's record is #-4 -- 3-4 after housing three straight in san diego. game against the rockies starts at 1:35 today. today people living in palo alto's mobile home may find out if they'll be forced to move out. about 400 mostly low income people live there. they've been given a compensation offer to move but they say it isn't good enough. if they lose, they're expected to be evicted and the park will be closed. search teams back in the water near the antioch bridge today. a motorcycle rider was tossed into the water yesterday after a crash on the bridge. witnesses say they saw the
good morning, we're still seeing a lot of congestion out the door. this mart of the morning commit right now. if you're hitting the richmond san rafael bridge. delays to about mid span and still pretty sluggish. live look at 880 in oakland northbound. continues to jam up near the oakland coliseum. oakland airport.
that drive time is more than a half hour between 238 and the maze. and all eyes are on at&t park later this afternoon. the san francisco giants' home opener, first pitch at 1:35. so again, expect some traffic delays along 101, 280 and over to the bay bridge. let's get a check on that baseball forecast. here's robert that. how about that? if you're heading to at&t park today, 1:35, we have heston on mound for the giants. butler for the rockies. 62 degrees going up to 64 but a west wind 10 to 20 has a bit of a chill to the air. this is the scene looking out to coit tower currently in the 40s and 50s. the winds are pretty much under 5 miles an hour but later today again picking up to 20. 60s and 70s yes. it will be cooler today. you will feel the difference down from 82 to 71 in livermore. 73 in gilroy. once this cold front passes overnight tonight there's slight chance the north bay rain. otherwise, breezy conditions tuesday. and then a warming trend settles in from wednesday through sunday.
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talk about monkey business this is a monkey taking care of business. they did not take kindly to the drone researchers who were -- the drones they were using to keep tabs on them. one chimp grabbed a branch and swatted the drone out of the sky. it crashed to the ground where it was damaged by another chimp. the drone was destroyed but the researchers say they got some great video. >> the chimp said i don't know what it is but i don't like it. whack. >> whack. whack back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour what does it take to build character, do you think? new york columnist david brooks is in our toyota greenroom. he'll talk about the resume
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sneaking into the bathroom to check moves on a smartphone. he could be banned for 15 years. the so called up house. it resembles the house from disney disney's "up." the house is for sale and visitors are coming to say good-bye as it faces demolitions. some attached ballooned to the fence in front of the house. the dallas zoo reports on a baby giraffe. this baby giraffe was born on friday. she's almost 6 feet tall. look at her. with encouragement from her mom she has managed to stand up on her own. she's already managed to take her first step. >> if you've never seen a horse born -- >> it's a giraffe, i've never
seen it. >> they have to carefully try to get up. >> i always wonder how i do 'do they get out of there with four legs. i'm always fascinated that. was cool. hollywood reports says that wikileaks is claiming they stole their logo design. both feature a right facing red arrow. but wikileaks features an hourglass with one earth dripping into below it. clinton's arrow is inside a large bright blue "h" for hillary. david brooks is the author of "the road to character." he says our society is beinging more shallow and self-centered but he believes some of the world's great thinker and leaders show us how to get back on track. his essay is from the most recent e-mail article. good morning. >> good morning. >> it's great to have you here.
before we talk about "the road to character" which is a fascinating book tell me about how you see the hillary clinton announcement and her possibility in this campaigns and what she's worry about. >> obviously she's an underdog against the lincoln chafee juggernaut. >> i was talking about that last week. >> she understands correctly that people sense there's something missing, something's broke down. she's doing the humility thing is taying down. the question for me is. skills. she hasn't done that in her career, but we'll see if she can do that. >> can she do that or have people convince her to do that? >> right now she's a monopoly, which is great but they suffer. they get jagged around the edges. she has to be fresh. something new. >> this word "humility" comes comes
at a perfect time. you say you wrote this book to save your own sowell because you were born with a natural shallowness. >> i was up in frederick, maryland, who were tutoring immigrants,000 read. it takes like seven years to learn. i walked in a roomg with 30 40 women. they radiated the goodness and patience and service. they weren't talking about how great they were. nothing about themselves at all. and i thought, well i've achieved more career success than that and i looked at their inner light and thought, i don't have that. the book was a four or five-year indoctrination to gather friends who are dead but they can be dead for us and lead us the way. i don't know if i can get there but we can take the journey together.
>> you profile great thinkers and leader ss. what is it? >> understanding your own weakness. we're raised in a society called the big me society. in 1950 there was are you a very important question they said yes. asked again in '85, a very important person. the road to character is built by your own weaknesses. the road to success is by your own talents. >> so for example, dwight eisenhower, i didn't know this story about him. his anger. his temper. >> he had this amazing mom. when he was he went out trick or treating. she wouldn't let him. he punched a tree so hard in the front yard he rubbed all the skin off his knuckles. he went to his room and cried. he said it was the most important conversation. he had a weakness. he had overcome it and became
strong in his weakest spot. >> let me be ought biographical for you. you went there. were you troubled in your own sense? when you said about your soul -- i had to -- i knew i had to work harder to save my own soul were you worried about your soul? >> i wasn't in any sort of crisis or falling apart. i was fine. >> but there was something missed in your life? >> i spent so much on my life, my career. i hope i was a decent dad, am a decent dad, but we have a moral obligation to get better every day. no matter how old you are, there's so much left to do to become better every day. >> go ahead. my sense of the question was how do you get there? >> so some of the things you can do are practical. you can say what is my core sin. how can i confront that every day? you can sit home at the end of the day and say how did i do today? was i really present for people when they needed me? >> he writes all his mistakes
and pledges to do better tomorrow. but you're seeing disturbing things. you're saying a gallup poll 19250. high school jeerns were asked were they important, 12% said yes. 1980 80%. >> he mention that earlier. >> i heard that. what is wrong with believing in yourself and theying that you're special and i want to be good am a good person and want to make money? >> i think that's great. humility to me it's not thinking of yourself it's radically unawareness. knowing your strengths but knowing your weaknesses. being able to see yourself from a distance. we live in a culture that wants us to think well of ourselves. we tell our kids how great they are. that's great for your career if you're branding yourself. if you want a high light reel. but if you want inner growth you've dwobt to be radically honest. >> you say distinguish between
resume they say after you are dead were you honest courageous. our society and a lot of the way we raise our kids put more emphasis on the resume virtues and that leaves us inarticulate. >> and are we teaching that in schools? >> i teach. i'm a professor. and my students know how to get jobs and internships but they're so hungry for the inner life. they don't have a vocabulary so the book is an attempt. i can show you people who've done it and i can give you a forum for your own life. >> heard people say think about the end of your life and what you would like for people to say about you at that time and dedicate yourself to reaching those virtues. >> you can write, the eulogy you
want. there's gap between my desired self, what i'd like to be. we're all stumbling along. >> you say it's okay to be flawed. >> it's okay because we are. >> david brooks. another fabulous book. "the road to character" goes on sale tomorrow. it's a form of music they no longer consider what some call nerd singing. ♪ will you take me will you take me ♪ >> i love acapella. ahead, what it takes
i like the way you work go diggety. now, a big-time competition in new york this coming weekend puts singers center stage. it's the international championship of collegiate acapella will crown its 2015 champion. ben tracy has been following one of the teams and shows us how this musical form is following a
very high note. >> reporter: before the film "pitch perfect" hit movie theaters. >> organized nerd singing. >> reporter: acapella had a bit of an image problem. >> it's pretty lame. >> excuse me? >> reporter: the success of that 2012 comedy as well as tv hits "glee" and "the sing-off," have made making music with your mouth mainstream. one of the top-selling albums of 2014 belongs to the group, a quintet with almost 8 million youtube followers and a grammy win. miles nuzzy is the president of the socal vocals a co-ed acapella frup at the university of california. nicky segal is one of its soloists.
>> not to be mean but i imagine at one time in your life this wasn't the coolest thing to do. >> we were just talking about it. >> that changed? >> i don't know what changed but in the last three or four years suddenly it became a cool thing to do and sort of a stereotype for acapellas, nerdy student kids. >> reporter: success helps. they've wot the international championship of co-leejal acapella or icca three times in the past decade. it's grown from 35 groups in 1996 to 300 this year. the championship is even the focus of a reality series called "sing it on." ♪ show me what your mama gave you ♪ >> reporter: it will premiere on pop-tv may 18th. at the semifinal, ten colleges competed for a chance to compete at the finals in new york. the competition is fierce.
groups practice in the parking lot. and memorize in front of the mirror. then they kill it on stage. that i would call the singers here tonight like equivalent to acapella olympians. there's really a deep emotional connection, too, that's happening as opposed to feel-good oldies. you don't see much of that snapping and clapping kind of song anymore. >> reporter: and this is much more than simply singing. the groups also arrange their music music, choreograph their performance s performances, and even provide the beats.
♪ you make it look easy on stage but how much work goes into this? >> we've calculated i it. it's been over 275 hours we've put in this semester. ♪ does that make me crazy? possibly ♪ >> reporter: all that practice paid off at the semifinals where the socal vocals riffed rapped, and rocked their way to the championship. >> and our semifinal champions the usc's socal vocal. >> reporter: now they head to the championship. but no matter the outcome, acapella is the winner because organized nerd singling has definitely changed its tune.
for "cbs this morning," ben tracy, los angeles. >> this remind me of an article i saw recently in which somebody was an athletic star at yale who gave up a year just to sing. >> yes i know what you're talking about. >> it looks like a lot of fun. >> i love acapella. >> i do too. it's premieres wednesday on pop owned by cbs. john legend is the executive producer. you know that's good. you're watching "cbs this
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