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fire stations here in san francisco that will be honoring the victims of 9/11. the victims of 9/11. captioning funded by cbs good morning to our viewers in the west. it is friday, september 11th, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." an emotional joe biden opens up to stephen colbert in his first television interview since the loss of his son. a high-speed chase in california leads to a deadly shootout in a crowded restaurant. a customer shows us how she escaped. a new controversy on the field with tom brady and the patriots kick off the nfl season. what happened with those steelers headsets. first a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. anything you'd like to tell
us? >> i think you should run for president again and i'll be your vice president. >> an emotional joe biden talks 2016. >> i'd be lying if i said i knew i was there. >> l.a. forcing a carjacking suspect off the road. >> shooting in the air. >> suspect barged into a local barbecue restaurant. >> a deputy-involved shooting and the suspect is deceased. the 14th time we've stopped to recognize september 11th. moving images from ground zero where nearly 3,000 victims are being honored. president obama remembering one of america's darkest days. a florida man facing federal charges in a bomb thought at the upcoming kansas city 9/11 memorial. a confirmed shooting along interstate 10. >> oh, my god, that's a bullet hole. gronkowski, touchdown. >> don't know how you stop that big guy. >> the victory by the super bowl
champions. >> a leader. great player and fun to play with him. wildfires forced evacuations in northern california. at least eight buildings have been lost. scientists are amazed by new images of pluto from nasa's new horizon spacecraft. all that -- >> go ahead. we're on television. >> i know we're on television so be polite. i'm polite to you. >> and all that matters. >> if someone comes at me -- >> don't worry about that. i'll campaign hard. >> donald trump draws criticism from the republican field. >> it's outrageous for him to be attacking anyone's appearance when he looks like he has a squirrel sitting on his head. >> with all the talk about this race, it's easy to forget we're still 14 months from election day. we're just nine years away from the trump presidency. thank you for your service, sir. >> announcer: this morning's eye opener is presented by toyota. let's go places.
welcome to "cbs this morning." it's good to be back. vice president joe biden is in new york with ceremonies marking the 14th anniversary of the september 11th attacks. on the late show with stephen colbert last night, biden talked emotionally about another moment of loss. >> it was his first tv interview about the death of his son beau. biden explained how the pain makes it hard to decide whether to run for president. the conversation had a remarkable amount of depth for late night tv. >> my son was better than me. and he was better than me in almost every way. when he was in that accident and lost his mom and his sister, he was very badly injured. almost every bone in his body broken. he was in a cast from his ankles, both legs, his chest. i used to carry him around. and my other son hunter was just
about 3 and had a severe skull fracture. you sit in a room in the hospital and you turn and you say, huh, look at me. look at me. i love you. 4 years old. nothing changed. a couple months before he died, i was at his house and he said, dad, sit down. i want to talk to you. he said, dad, i know how much you love me so you have to promise me something. promise me you're going to be all right because no matter what happens, dad, i'm going to be all right. i don't think any man or woman should run for president unless, number one, they know exactly why they would want to be president. and, two, they can look at the folks s out there and say, i promise you, you have mu whole heart, my whole soul, my energy and passion to do this. and i would be lying if i said that i knew i was there.
it's a -- i went off to denver and landed at a military base and met a whole group of military families, which is not unusual in a rope line about 100 yards from the aircraft. and about two-thirds were in uniform. there were family members. i was thanking them and really meant it. this 1% is fooiti infighting fo the rest of us. i talked about them being the backbone of this country and all of a sudden, it was going great. and a guy in the back yells, major beau biden, bronze star, sir. served with him in iraq. and all of a sudden, i lost it. how could you -- that's not -- i shouldn't be saying this, but that -- >> you know, we -- >> you can't do that. >> your experience and your example of suffering and service
is something that would be sorely missed in the race. not that there aren't good people on both sides running, but i think we'd all be very happy if you did run. and if you don't, i know that your service to the country is something we should all salute. thank you so much. thank you. >> this was a remarkable conversation. stephen handled it well. went right to it after some opening things. and we interesting thing about the vice president, as he talked about his own suffering he said out in this cannoountry, a lot people have gone through what i have. this has happened to a lot of people. the loss of people that mean everything to them. >> stephen colbert shared his own personal story about the loss of his brother and father in a plane crash. a very unusual conversation for late night. the audience, too, was really pa paying attention. very personal and very raw.
>> good for both. donald trump and ben carson are way up and scott walker is way down in a new poll. the quinnipiac poll shows that trump is in the lead with 27%. ben carson second with 21% and ted cruz is third. walker led the iowa poll and just two months ago has fallen from 18% to 3%. cnn has revealed the lineup for next week's republican debate. rand paul, mike huckabee, marco rubio, ted cruz, ben carson, donald trump, jeb bush, scott walker, carly fiorina, john kasich and chris christie. this morning a gunman who took hostages after a high-speed chase in california is dead. >> oh, whoa! >> the man ran away from officers after crashing a car. he allegedly stole. he then barricaded himself inside a restaurant. a s.w.a.t. team shot and killed
him. cara evans is in downey, california, with a terrifying moment for customers. >> reporter: good morning. the suspect led police on a 45-minute chase before he abandoned his car just up the street and fled on foot. he ran into the restaurant behind me where witnesses say he was armed and strangely asked for a glass of water and some sort of medicine. >> oh. whoa! >> reporter: thursday night's pursuit didn't end here. when the suspect emerged from the stolen car, he took off again on foot. >> there he is. suspect. he's got the gun in the air and is shooting it in the air. >> reporter: he sprinted up the street and into a packed restaurant. waurg a blue t-shirt and dark shorts, he was carrying a gun. >> we were eating dinner. i just hear a man screaming, get down, get down and then he yelled out, all women and babies
get out, and i ran out with my grandchildren. >> another large family coming out. children, adults. >> dozens who were inside chris' & pitt's barbecue poured into the parking lot with their hands in the air as police surrounded the heavily armed building. >> get back! >> reporter: approximately an hour later a s.w.a.t. team made its way inside. when the suspect refused to put down his weapon, sheriff's deputies fatally shot him. he was holding at least four hostages. >> he's carjacked at least two vehicles. >> reporter: the initial chase was sparked by a pair of carjackings earlier thursday evening. >> another sharp turn there. >> seen the guy run up to me. by the time i could react, he already had the gun on my face and -- >> it's been a very difficult night, especially for the people in the restaurant as well as anybody who has had contact with this suspect during this very dangerous few hours. >> reporter: authorities say all
of the hostages that's were inside the restaurant appear to be unharmed. the owner of the restaurant said his employees were scared but he praised them and customers for coming together courageously. >> carter, thanks. police in phoenix are investigating reports of yet another freeway shooting this morning. at least 11 vehicles have been struck by projectiles over the last two weeks. sources tell cbs news some bullets came from the same gun. mireya villarreal is in phoenix. >> reporter: arizona troopers have just confirmed they are investigating another possible shooting this morning. one car possibly shooting at another. however, at this time, they only have 11 confirmed shootings in 13 days with no suspects at this time. with one or possibly several shooters on the loose, the 206 live cameras inside this traffic operations center are being watched closely. law enforcement officials are also seeking the public's help.
drivers are nervous. >> the police can't find the person. i just try to go day-to-day hoping nothing happens. >> reporter: 11 vehicles have been targeted but only eight confirmed to be hit by bullets. others labeled as unknown projectiles. they believe some of the shots were furd from a moving vehicle. >> it's a big puzzle. we're trying put all the pieces together to find out the person or persons doing this. >> reporter: so far no one has been seriously injured. this bus driver was an early victim. when you first realized what had happened to you, what were those emotions and those fears that went through your mind? >> i had a flood of emotions from anger to fear to just not wanting to leave my house. >> reporter: the latest confirmed shooting happened thursday morning. a bullet pierced this commercial truck. four new incidents are still under investigation, including
one reported by caree ne packer. >> i was shaking up. i was crying. it was something you just felt like happened to somebody else. something you just see on the news. you don't feel like it's going to happen to you. >> reporter: i-10 is a major artery that leads up to the university phoenix stadium where the cardinals will be playing their home opener this sunday. concern for drivers' safety, the arizona state troopers are now offering a $20,000 reward for any tips that lead to a viable arrest. >> thank you. on this september 11th, a florida man is charged with plotting to set off an explosion at a 9/11 event. they arrested joshua goldberg yesterday at his parents' house. jeff pegues is in washington with new details. >> reporter: investigators originally thought the suspect was recruiting people to carry out attacks from a location in australia. trns out he was in the u.s. at a
home in jacksonville where he was arrested at this home he shares with his parents in orange park, florida. he set his sites on recruiting someone to bomb a 9/11 memorial event in kansas city called the kansas city stair climb. he was communicating online with someone he thought was sympathetic to his cause but it was an fbi informant and the online conversations were being monitored. goldberg encouraged the unformant to build a pressure cooker bomb similar to what was used in the boston marathon bombing. if convicted, goldberg could get up to 20 years behind bars. >> jeff,u sis is claiming they've carried out a cyberattack concerning personal information of the obamas. do you know anything about this? has it been confirmed? >> the claims have not been confirmed but it's something that they are looking into. isis has made these clams before and a lot of the information is public information. in july, fbi director james comey told us investigators had
picked up signs of terrorists having an increasing interest in using cyber as a weapon of attack. in lower manhattan, relatives are reading the names of more than 2700 people killed at the world trade center in the september 11th attacks 14 years ago today. earlier this morning, americans paused to remember all of the victims. ♪ a marine bugler played "taps" at the white house. a private ceremony is about to end at the pentagon where another 180 people were killed. others are gathered right now in shanksville, pennsylvania, at the crash site of, nig united 9. many migrants pouring into europe are facing miserable weather conditions. there's new video police in hungary throwing food and water
at a group of hundreds of refugees. they were corralled in a food bank. charlie d'agata is in hungary along the long route from syria to germany. >> reporter: we're at one of the two main detntion centers here along the border. these are bus loads of migrants who just crossed over into hungary from serbia. hungarian police said they've launched an investigation into that video that apparently shows the mistreatment of migrants here. disturbing cell phone video appears to show migrants at the main refugee camp here being fed like a herd of caged animals in a holding pen. hungarian police chucked sandwiches into the crowd of desperate migrants fighting one another for food. here's the view hungarian authorities would rather you see. a government handout video showing police distributing food to migrants in an orderly
fashion. but in reality, there's nothing orderly about their treatment from the moment they stepped foot into hungary. this morning, we saw police trying to clear the tent city of migrants ushering them on to buses. in the mud and chaos and confusion, nobody knows where they're going, or what awaits them when they get there. we're not allowed inside this sprawling detntion center at the border. one man we spoke to said conditions were so bad he and his family had to drink water out of the toilet. volunteers and aid workers have helped pick up the slack here providing hot meals, clean clothing and a warm welcome. a chance to trade in the flip flops that got them this far for boots better suited for the new terrain and weather. volunteer david wade told us while he welcomes president obama's offer to take in 10,000 syrian refugees, he put it into perspective. >> in the last three days you
have 10,000 through this border. this is one point. that says it all. >> reporter: and there are thousands more migrants arriving by the day. some sent to detention centers. others making their own way to the budapest train station. austria said they temporarily suspended trains from hungary which will inevitably cause another bottleneck here. norah? >> charlie d'agata in hungary, thanks. president obama has a plan to welcome more syrian refugees to the united states. he proposes accepting 10,000 over the next year. that's up from only 1500 since the syrian war began. it's a fraction of the more than 4 million who have escaped syria. it falls short of what is needed. the iran nuclear deal has cleared a major hurdle in congress. senate democrats blocked a resolution thursday aimed at
derailing the agreement. tehran pledges not to build a nucloor weapon for at least another decade. president obama said this vote is a victory for diplomacy, american national security and for the safety and security of the world. a crash during a training exercise killed a marine and injured others. the vehicle rolled over. it did not say what kind. the marine that was killed was from the 1st marine division. a storm system that brought major thunderstorms and flooding to the midsection of the country is moving toward the northeast. rain poured overnight in kansas city. abandoned cars sat in flooded streets. many roads were closed. it delayed last night's game between the mets and rays at turner field. a mets player tweeted this photo of water rushing into the tunnel leading to the visitors clubhouse. tom brady seems to need a
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your local news is next. good morning. i'm frank mallicoat. time now is: 7:26. today is the 14th anniversary of the attacks on september 11th. in san francisco all city fire stations bells rang 3 times at 6:59 a.m. the time the buildings came down. events are taking place across the bay area to mark the anniversary. state lawmakers announced late last night they have struck a deal to regulate and license the medical marijuana industry. the idea will be contained in three bills. it was classified medical marijuana as an agriculture project forcing cultivators to follow the same regulations as farmers.
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crawling along through the eastshore freeway westbound an accident at powell blocking lanes. slow anyway as you work your way towards the the bay bridge this morning backed up into the maze and an accident just past the toll plaza as well slow into san francisco. brake lights across the san mateo bridge, westbound hayward to foster city. warm again today but cooling changes are on the way. highs along the coast near 70. 80s by the bay. and yes, triple digits once again inland. taking a look at the extended forecast, cooling this weekend increasing clouds, decreasing temperatures into the 90s. but it will be humid.
♪ normally you smile when you win. you come in here and laugh. what happened tonight. is it because you beat venus or because you're thinking about what is going next? what's wrong? >> it's 11:30. to be perfectly honest, i don't want to be here. i just want to be in bed right now. and i have to wake up early to practice and i don't want to answer any of these questions because you guys are asking me the same questions. it's not really, you aren't making it super enjoyable. just being honest. >> all right, serena.
clearly the match was delayed an hour. i'm sure she was tired. it was a tough match with her and her sister. and she was just like, i want to go home. >> i don't blame her for that at all. >> after defeating her sister, serena williams wasn't in the mood for what she considered probing questions. when one asked her a question, she clearly had enough and let him know in the clearest terms possible. she's attempting to win all four grand slam titles in a single season. what's your prediction? >> john mcenroe said she's the best to ever play. fascinating to watch. welcome back to "cbs this morning." the new england patriots storm to victory in the nfl season opener. but their win came with a new controversy on the field. >> how about gronk? plus the marine corps released the findings of a
grueling experiment. how the women compare to the men on the battlefield. how female marines stack up. the detroit news reports on two michigan state lawmakers out of office after a sex scandal. representative todd courser resigned last night. later representative cindy gamrat was ousted by the house. they accused of using political funds to hide their affair. a detected someone in pakistan but did not keep an eye on him. it may have been warren weinstein. he was killed this year in a cia strike at an al qaeda compound. drone imagery showing an apparent hostage was collected as long as a year before he was killed. >> a statement by his widow is wrenching. specimens might have been mislabeled and improperly stored
and shipped. the samps of plague contained a weaker version. a new york city prosecutor pledging millions of dollars to test rape kits. a combined $79 million will be used to reduce the backlog of untested dna evidence kits. approximately 70,000 will be tested in 27 states. the cost of testing them can run from 800 to $1,000 each. a british jet caught fire on a las vegas runway. the fire involved an uncontained engine failure. parts of the engine exploded on to the runway. it's the first such failure of that type of engine since it was introduced in 1995. all 170 passengers and crew were safely evacuated. you may have been watching tv last night. that season-opening win probably never tasted so sweet for tom
brady and the new england patriots. the super bowl champions beat pittsburgh, 28-21 last night to start the new nfl season. it followed months of turmoil and accusations of cheating. and this morning the steelers say they heard something fishy during the game. sore losers or some truth to it? vlad more duthiers is outside gillette stadium. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. with deflaetgate behind them, the patriots hit the field thinking about football. there was a new controversy unfolding at gillette stadium. tom brady was back at the office thursday night under a steady new england rain. >> gronkowski again. touchdown! >> reporter: it was the 38-year-old quarterback's first regular season game since super
bowl xlix. and he put on a clinic. >> brady, back of the end zone. touchdown. >> and they'll throw a fade and this time gronkowski does have the touchdown. >> with deflategate in his rear view mirror, the patriots put the steelers in theirs. tom brady's four-game suspension was vacated by a judge last week. another embarrassment in a string of reversals for commissioner goodell. goodell was noticeably absent from thursday night's game. where is roger chant echoed through the stadium. it's the first time he skipped an nfl opener. >> we were told a couple of minutes ago the steelers headsets were getting the patriot radio broadcast. >> it wouldn't be a patriots
game without a little sideline drama. early in the first half, pittsburgh complained about headsets. >> guarantee mike tomlin is hot right now. >> radio went out. your communications. >> there's always a catch. >> here? >> yes. >> every time you play here you have -- >> i said what i said. >> maybe not so fishy. after the game the nfl released a statement on the headset problem saying the interference was caused by a stadium power issue and that the coaches communication on game day is provided by the nfl, not the teams, gayle. >> well, another controversy. i just think tom brady did a beyonce drop the microphone move. how do you like me. he and gronk together were fun to watch. >> gronk had some sticky fingers catching all those balls. >> and they also say the rain messed up the transmission. we have the results of a one
of a kind marine corps experiment that will help determine the future of women in combat. it compared men and women fighting side by side. it says men perform significantly better and got hurt less often. jane crawford is in washington. >> reporter: we spent several days in the california desert back in march watching this experiment, talking to the men and women who volunteered. now the results are in. those arguing women should be able to perform all the same combat jobs as men, the news is discouraging. it was as close to war as you could get. >> fire in the hole! >> an unprecedented scientific study. men and women enlisted marines. side by side for months of simulate battle. and throughout, researchers watched and recorded their performance to help determine what impact women would have on combat. even then, the women realized
they were at a disadvantage. >> we can't carry the weight, but it's the pace. especially matched up to males. you look at our size and we have males almost 6 foot with longer stride. it's hard to catch up with them and keep up with them. >> reporter: that is what the results show. in almost every area the all-male unit performed significantly better than those with both men and women marines. the men were faster in each tactical movement. had better accuracy and were quicker. they registered more hits on targets and had a noticeable difference in their performance of overcoming obstacles and evacuating casualties. the marines commissioned the study after defense secretary leon panetta in 2013 ordered the military to open all combat jobs to women. >> we must open up service opportunities for women as fully as possible. >> reporter: most branches are ready to comply. just last month, two women
passed the army's toughest test to become army rangers. >> we can handle things physically and mentally on the same level as men and then deal with the same stresses in training that the men can. >> reporter: the women rangers said the standards should not be lowered. women marines agree. few would want these jobs. if there is just one who can do it, she should get the chance. >> it takes a special person, a special drive, a special mind-set and heart to do this. there's not many of us. and it goes the same way for the men. >> the marines will make a decision on whether they'll seek an exception that would allow them to keep units like the i h infantry all men. >> special mind and heart regardless, men or women. this morning, one of the biggest mysteries in the universe is revealing a little more of itself. we'll explain. that's next. if you are heading out the
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she began playing soccer at age 5. this morning world cup champion good morning, it's 7:56. i'm michelle griego. today marks the 14th anniversary of the september 11th attacks. in san francisco, at all city fire stations, bells rang three times at exactly 6:59 a.m., the time the south tower of the world trade center came down. events are taking place across the bay area to mark today's anniversary. a wildfire in the sierra foothills is growing. the butte fire has doubled in size and is now close to 32,000 acres. 1500 ,,,,,,,,
good morning. i'm gianna franco. let's head out to the golden gate bridge where it's still a little foggy out of marin this morning into san francisco. good news is we are not seeing major delays on the southbound side of 101. about a 15-minute ride from 580 as you work your way to the golden gate bridge toll plaza. now looks like the eastshore freeway still a bit of a struggle westbound. slow at the bay bridge. metering lights are on, almost 47 minutes now from the carquinez bridge to the maze westbound 80. you're backed up to the maze. the san mateo bridge is slow. it's going to be warm today for folks inland but don't worry cooling is on the way. along the coast temperatures in the upper 60s to near 70s. 80s by the bay and yes triple digits once again inland just not quite as hot as we have seen the last few days. this is just the beginning of a cooling trend this weekend increasing clouds, increasing humidity, decreasing temperatures, next week bringing those temperatures ,,
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♪ good morning to our viewers in the west. it is friday, september 11, 2015. welcome back to "cbs this morning." more real news ahead including a surprising new study on your health and weight. dr. narula is here with how gut bacteria can raise your risk of heart disease. first here is a look at today's "eye opener at 8." >> he said, dad, i know how much you love me. promise me you're going to be all right. >> this was a remarkable conversation. the suspect led police on a chase and fled on foot into the restaurant behind me. >> troopers have confirmed they're investigating another possible shooting. however, they only have 11 confirmed shootings. >> according to court document, he set his sights on recruiting
someone to bomb a 9/11 memorial event in kansas city. >> 14 years ago today america pauses to remember all the victims. >> those are arguing that women should be able to perform all the same combat jobs as the men. the news is discouraging. you see these bon jovi live which makes their abrupt conversation all the more obvious. >> sticky fingers catching all those balls. >> reporter: even as the game was being played, a new controversy unfolding at gillette stadium. >> patriots have been at the center of all sorts of cheating allegations. it's funny, we get so upset about patriots breaking the rules and then we all put $20 into an illegal office pool to bet on them. that's what makes america the greatest country in the world, i'll tell you that. charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell.
>> sorry. what is your name again? >> charlie rose. i have been away is. >> we haven't heard that name in three weeks. >> glad to have you back. >> and you are? >> i'm beyonce. you can call me gayle king. >> i missed you both. today marks the 14th anniversary of the september 11th attack. vice presiden joe biden is in new york city to take part of the memorial in lower manhattan. on the late show with stephen colbert last night biden talked about losing his oldest son. it was his first television interview about beau. >> i don't know what it was about him. he had this enormous sense of empathy -- i know i maybe sound like a father. anyway, but it's true. >> it sounds like you loved him, sir. >> oh, gees, i mean -- >> how is your faith? i know you're a man of deep faith. how has your faith helped you survive losing your first wife,
your daughter and now your son? in what ways has it helped you? >> my religion is just an enormous sense of solace. some relates to rituals, some relates to comfort of what you've done your whole life. i go to mass and i'm able to be just alone, even in a crowd. you're alone. by the way, a lot of you have been through this. the faith doesn't always stick with you. sometimes it leaves me. so i don't want to come off like -- anyway -- >> i understand. you don't want to come off as pious or holy joe. i understand that. >> i marvel at the ability of people to absorb hurt and just get back up, and most of them do it with an incredible sense of empathy to other people. it's interesting. the people i find who i'm most drawn to are people who have
been hurt and yet. you're one of them, buddy. no, no, no. it's like asking what made your mother do it every day? how did she get up every single day with 11 kids -- >> she had to take care of me. i like to tell this little joke which is, i used to say, yes, i raised my mother. in what ways did beau and hunter raise you? >> my boys, honest to god, did. if you saw my son -- hunter is here. first thing he'd walk in is come in and give me a kiss and say, dad, do you need anything? always worried about me. >> such a close family. i think that pain is so difficult. but it was a wonderful
conversation between the two of them. >> such a personal conversation that you don't often see. they took us there. >> very human, and you see a side of joe biden, a man in pain in public. >> colbert's late show is becoming a go-to place for big political names. jeb bush appeared on tuesday's inaugural episode. they showed a different side of themselves to voters. major garrett reports it's not easy to mix politics sometimes and personality. >> reporter: gop front-runner donald trump is, in some circles, derided as a celebrity act, a kind of 21st century reality show vaudevillean. but is there anything new about politicians trying to be celebrities or wanting to bask
in their validating glow? of course not. doing so can sometimes give a campaign a welcome jolt, like when ellen degeneres in front of her legions of female fans came to hillary clinton's defense over her e-mail scandal. >> they have not found a thing. women are held to a different standard. >> we're held to a higher, different, double standard. it gets a little old, to be honest. >> the obligatoriry dance can ao make moves with voters. >> carly fiorina, bernie sanders and chris christie. all an effort to put some pop in politics in a dehumanizing presidential process. rick perry used david letterman to make up for his famous 2012 campaign oops moment. >> and three --
>> john edwards allowed him to play with his notoriously perfect hair. barack obama played along with jon stewart. >> i'd like you to hope up some of these common phrases here. >> i'm calling to find out if you're happy with your cell phone service. >> bill clinton ripped his way into late night history with this saxophone solo on arsene i don't hall. the bug even bit the donald back in 1988 when oprah asked the president question. >> i know people have talked to you about whether or not you'd run. would you ever? >> probably not. >> the strategy can backfire. john kerry driving into jaylen any's set on a motorcycle fell flat. >> i've already done it during my eight years in florida. >> jeb bush did himself few favors slow jamming with jimmy fallon.
john mccain blew off letterman to his everlasting late night regret. >> i screwed up. >> don't screw it up. for "cbs this morning," major garrett, washington. >> that's fun. >> it is fun. >> you're so used to seeing politicians work with their talking points. any time you see them in a moment of humanity -- >> authenticity is king. >> it works. it can work. >> you think only millennials take selfies? even andy warhol, one of america's most famous artists couldn't resist. an amazing lieu at,,
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in our "morning rounds," the gut-heart connection. a new study finds out our gut bacteria is linked to weight, fat and good cholesterol levels. our dr. tara narula is a cardiologist at lenox hill hospital in new york. we're talking about micro biones. i said who knows it? nobody did except peter van zandt said i dated one in college. what does it do. >> we have co-evolved and developed a similar bee ot tick relationship with bacteria that live in our digestive track. they don't just help us digest food, but they've been shown to reduce the risk of cancer or increase it, to affect our immune system and our mental health and now to potentially after fact our cardiovascular health. this particular study took blood and fecal samples from 893 individuals, and used that and
was able to find a link between the bacterial micro organisms in the gut and your hdl or good cholesterol and triglycerides, identifying 34 microorganisms which account for differences of about 4.5% in your body mass index, 6% in triglycerides and 4% in hdl. the more diverse your bacteria were, the better your hdl. >> how can we pat them on the back and say thank you? >> great question. >> that's what he does. >> how can we improve our micro biones, having the right levels of good and bad bacteria in your gut. >> eating a diet high in fruits and vegetables, low in red meat. pre buy otics and pro buy ot ticks help. from the time you're born, even a cesarean section evversus a
vaginal delivery after facts the bacteria. whether you're breastfed or formula fed, the diet you eat. whether you're in new york city or somewhere else in the country, you're exposed to different bacteria, what antibiotics we take. we all use hand sanitizer now. this is all affecting the different types of bacteria we have. >> does it raise warnings about over use of antibiotics? >> definitely. there are a couple of different ays it affects the . we know obesity is linked to cardiovascular disease. they've taken lean mice, given them the bacteria of obese mice and the lien mice become obese eating the same diet. the cholesterol. you might think how can your gut bacteria relate to cholesterol. bile production affects your cholesterol. if you eat a diet high in red meat, it produces tamo and
increases your risk of heart attack and stroke. >> eat more sauerkraut and pickles. >> that's right. and yogurt. >> i eat my goyogurt every morning. ahead, a tragic mystery on the water. i'm peter van zandt of "48 hours." it happened here on the hudson river. an engaged couple go kayaking and he never comes back. after interrogating the fiancee, police charge her with murder. >> 911, somewhat your emergency? >> he's gone down. please call somebody! >> the exclusive 911 tape coming up on "cbs this morning." coming up on "cbs this morning." >> announcer: cbs morning rounds sponsored by cottonelle. go cottonelle, go commando. did you notice anything about the texture?
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new developments in the case of a new york woman charged with killing her fiancee during a kayak trip on the hudson river sheechls being held this morning on a $9 million bond but "48 hours" obtained evidence that could challenge the case against her. correspondent peter van sant began investigating months ago. here's a preview of tomorrow night's report. >> noip, what's your emergency.
>> he's going to drown. please call somebody. >> reporter: the december pirates phone call came in around 7:40 p.m. on april 19th, 2015. >> the waves are very strong. >> reporter: angelique said she and her fiance vincent ran into bad weather while kayaking on the hudson rush and vincent's kayak had capsized. >> hold on, baby. >> reporter: vincent who was not wearing a live preserver soon disappeared under the choppy waters. >> i can't see him anymore. the water is very cold. i can't see him anymore. >> reporter: ten days after he disappeared, angelique was implicated in his death. >> she made statements. >> reporter: prosecutors using
her own words against her charged her with second-degree murder and manslaughter. she was accuse of tampering with vincent's paddle and removing the blug on his kayak so it would fill up with water. the d.a.'s office and state police turned down our request for an interview, but angel leka's defense team has conducted various experiments they claim raise some questions about the state's case >> and we're going to have the water come over the kayak and see just how much water goes into the plug. >> sounds good. let's check it out and see how much water we've got inside. nice and slow. >> sure. >> this bottle is 16.9 ounces. less than an ounce. >> that's it?
>> yes. >> what does this tell you. >> that for what wouldn't fill a shot glass, a woman sitting in jail being charged with a murder. >> wow. peter van sant. there's in evidence when you look at this. >> we have some new evidence that we can't talk about this morning that we're going to have on our show tomorrow night. but it's profound and it will change people's perception of this case which has had nationwide publicity as to whether a murder took place on that river. >> well sheerks definitely been judged with all that's in the press and all that you've read about her. >> she has been. but in prosecutorial documents, remember, she said some very incriminating things, that she was happy he was gone, that she was pleased with that. that brought a lot. >> this may have been an accident. >> it may be. >> watch for all that new
information. that's a new episode of "48 good morning, it's 8:25. i'm for some news headlines. today marks the 14th anniversary of the september 11th attacks. in san francisco, at all city fire stations, bells rang three times at 6:59 a.m. the time the south tower of the world trade center fell. events are taking place across the bay area to mark today's anniversary. state lawmakers announced late last night they have struck a deal to regulate and license the medical marijuana industry. the deal will be contained in three bills. it will classify medical marijuana as an agricultural product, forcing cultivators to follow the same regulations as
northbound out of oakland coming away from the coliseum headed towards the maze. so give yourself extra time. westbound eastshore freeway a struggle for most of the morning. we have had a couple of accidents there, still busy 41 minutes westbound 80 carquinez bridge to the maze. slow-and-go at the bay bridge, sluggish across the san mateo bridge westbound and 880 southbound slow to fremont. julie. you know, gianna, i'm sitting here admiring nature's air-conditioning here just take a look at the fog covering the golden gate. this is the beginning of a nice cooling change heading our way. temperatures will be cooler today along the coast and around the bay thanks in part to that, right now we are in the 50s along the coast but take a look inland. 70s fairfield livermore. you're still going to be hot today well into the triple digits. not quite as hot as yesterday but hot nonetheless. temperatures around the bay around 80 degrees. tomorrow cooler still in the 90s for the weekend with increasing clouds. 80s by next week. [female announcer] through sunday, during sleep train's mattress price wars,
♪ welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour world cup soccer champ alex morgan is here in studio 57. there she is in white looking lovely. she's got more on the fight to level the playing field for women in sports. anthony mason looks through andy warhol's pictures. learn how each snapshot inspired his art. that is ahead. >> right now it's time to show you some of this morning's headlines from around the globe. the "los angeles times" reports on americans getting a d. in science. the pew research center quizzed more than 3200 subjects of
geology an physics. the average score was 66%. all 6% answered all 12 correctly. men outscored women. music producer emilioest fan is releasting a song called "we're all mexican," featuring latin stars including his wife gloria estefan and carlos santana. the estefan spokesperson says it was to celebrate hispanic heritage. the best female soccer players are paid only $21,000 a year. the australian soccer team made the quarterfinals of the world cup in june, but they haven't been paid for two months because of a bitter contract negotiation. the team has pulled out of the two-match tour when it was due to face the world champion u.s. team. one of the top stars in u.s.
soccer is alex morgan. this summer she crossed one more goal off her list. >> that's it. game over. the u.s. wins the 2015 world cup. >> team u.s.a. beat japan 5-2. she was 21 when she made her world cup debut in to 2011. the longest player was offered an energy boost, a former female athlete of the year and an olympic gold medalist. her new memoir is published by simon an schuster. al lurks morgan is here. good morning. >> good morning. >> so great to have you in person. we were all cheering you on of course. >> i think i always will be
celebrating that victory, something we looked forward to for so many years. it's great to bring it home and celebrate with everyone as well. everyone took part in it. >> what was different this time? >> i think if we knew that answer, then we'd probably do it every time. we don't know the reason for that. we know we came together as a team. canada almost felt like we were at a home world cup. so many fans there. so that gave us that boos zblt you have loved this game since you were a little girl. i loved in the book where your mom saved a note you wrote when you were 8 years old. i asked them to pull that note. even at 8, hi, mommy, my maim is alex. >> and i'm going to be a professional athlete for soccer. i love you. allie cat. >> your dad used to say you're the best, but you can be better. how did that affect your game?
>> he always pushed me in my game. that's important for parents, it's okay to push kids, but not too much. you want them to naturally gravitate towards something. that's why me and my dad have such a great relationship. >> how did you know? i'm always struck that at that age you're saying this is what i want to do, this is a goal i have. >> i do have that sticky note when i was 8 years old and my mom kept it for so long. obviously she thought i was going the make it big many soccer. she didn't think twice about it. it was up on her office wall for so long. i guess i just had a feeling. you sacrifice so much along the way. you become so committed because you love the game so much. >> you say never look a goalkeeper in the eye. why is that? i don't know what that meant do you know what that means? >> no. >> sports are so physical, but they're also mental and emotional.
it's just the fact that i'm in control of my own emotions, in control of my mind, and so it's a way for me not to let the keeper get into me. >> they probably want to do it because they want to stereo down and say you can't get that ball past me. >> or sometimes keepers will point left or point right, should i go there, should i go the opposite way. it's a little bit of a mind game. >> you speak so warmly about abby wambach in this book. what was so special about this year's team? >> we had a lot of veterans on this team. abby was one of them. she's been a really good mentor for me through out my national team career. it's great to be able to finally get this world cup for her, for this team, for this country. she has had the best career leading up to that world cup title. pretty amazing to be on that ride with her. >> is there a sense among you that this is going to give a great push to women's soccer?
>> i think so. i think we've seen that in the last couple years. we've seen it tipping over. it's going to take a long time. just soccer in america has been growing, but it's slow. it's slow and steady. i think for women's sports, and i don't even think soccer, soccer internationally, i think it's going to help other countries who may not get as much funding for their women's teams, i think it may have them look a little more into that and give a little more funding and create youth teams for women's soccer. >> in 199 9 you were watching mia ham and brandy chastain saying i want to be like them. now people are looking at you saying i want to be like alex. you got to play with your mentors and they're now your friends. what does that mean to you to know that girls are sitting at home saying, i want to be here. >> i did look up to them so much when i was younger. being in this position, it's a little weird to take a step back
and think of myself in that way. but at the same time, i feel like we have such a big responsibility because so many young girls have such a big opportunity that 20 years ago they didn't have in sports. i think it's important for me to be able to show them that and help them spark that dream that i have because of these other players. >> this book is perfect for teen girls. >> it really is. >> thank you, alex. >> thank you very much. the book is called "breakaway." he hung out with stars and turned simple things into brilliant art. a revealing l,,
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> a leading government spokesman said your art could not be described as original sculpture. do you agree with that? >> yes. >> you have then copied a common item? >> yes. >> why have you bothered to do that? why not create something new? >> because it's easier to do. >> that's authentic. >> and how much do they sell for now? in that 1965 interview andy warhol did not worry about fighting misconceptions. he preferred to quietly change art.
the pop artist used common household items and faces. this captured through the lens of his polaroid camera. >> before there were selfie sticks, before there was instagram and iphones, one of the world's most famous artists was documents his life with the same dedication of millennials today. there may have been no filters, likes or double taps, but plenty of selfies. >> these are very early self portraits. >> these are incredible shots. this is after he got shot by somebody called valerie -- >> flipping through these polaroids is like reading andy warhol's diary. there are images of famous friends like jack nicholson and liza minnelli. >> it's a very early form of selfie, as far away you can get
from kim kardashian where it's about her looking as best as she can possibly look. >> warhol was an almost obsessive collector, amassing thousands of poll raids, the earliest from 1948. >> he kept everything. >> michael hermann is the andy warhol's director of licensing. he began sifting through all these photos 18 years ago. >> the interesting thing about warhol is he didn't differentiate work from life so much. everything he did was part of his life as an artist. these polaroids very much speak to that. >> some of the polaroids became warhol's famous silk screens. other he studied for later works. for these pictures he mapped out his design for the rolling stone's "sticky fingers" album cover. all of them reveal the eye of an
artist. >> how many of these were you working from. >> if seeing the polaroids isn't enough for you, christie's is auctioning off 129 originals later this month, expected to command up to $25,000. >> talk to me about this one here. >> andy seems to have had some kind of fetish with shoes, with feet throughout his life. so it was something that kind of motif that he returned to time and again and again. >> they're like andy warhol's instagram, documenting virtually anything. it's just that he did it years before anyone ever heard of the internet or social media. >> andy warhol carried around either a camera or tape recorder with him most of the time. it was pretty amazing how obsessive he was about documenting life and looking at it in the crept context to see how obsessive we've all become about doing the same as well. >> what do you think he would do
with social media today? >> i think immediately you would think he would embrace it and love it. the one thing i love about warhol is he was predictably unpredictable. he always embraced new media, but he was doing things new and different with it that we couldn't really think of at the time. i think he would probably embrace it, but using it in a way that we're not really thinking of right now. >> the book andy warhol's polaroids is on sale now for about $100. >> can i touch it? >> you can touch it. >> don't mess it up or you'll have to pay for it. it's really cool. one of the things that's so striking, it's notdiary, it's l social diary of new york in the '60s. they're like historical documents. >> did you know andy warhol? >> yes. he took a polaroid of me. >> do you have your polaroid? >> i don't. >> do you know where it is?
>> maybe. >> if you can have one, it's still pretty valuable. >> i love the interview you showed back in the day. he was a man of few words, was he not? >> yes. >> it all came out here apparently. >> that's terrific. >> makes you think $100 is not too much for something like that. >> so much fun to look through. >> a really fun book. >> as you say, a social commentary. >> we're going to take a look at the week that was. that's next. you're watching "cbs this morning." ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
as we leave you, let's take a look back at the week that was. we hope you will have a great weekend. >> armed men in speed boats are sabotaging refugee's boats. >> the boat is overcrowded and the greek coastline is still around five miles in that direction. >> the backlog is building up once again in hungary with migrants refusing to be held back. >> mayday, mayday. we are evacuating. >> mass hysteria. >> fire crews responded within 60 seconds. >> 14 years ago today nearly 3,000 people were killed in the 9/11 attacks. >> they could come back here to work by the end of the week. >> you are a strong people! >> can't throw a rock here in new hampshire without hitting a presidential candidate. >> i am a true democrat. >> what a beautiful little boy.
>> game, set, match, serena williams. >> the number one female tennis player in the world. >> she's the toughest player i've ever played in my life. james blake was waiting to be taken to an appearance by the u.s. open. >> what would you like to hear from them? >> an apology. >> the lights inside the ed sullivan theater. >> what do you think oprah is doing right now? >> probably talking to gayle in their secret language. >> it says i'm gayle king which is a strange thing for it today. >> i am beyonce but you can call me gayle king. >> a caffeine induced pep. >> i didn't even need coffee this morning. >> see all the talent norah o'donnell has. >> former nbc news host david gregory. >> what's this eye over my shoulder. where am i? i don't miss nbc.
>> >> you missed me. >> i did miss norah. she's even a bigger diva than i was. >> oh, we wish we were at work. but then we were like, pass that long island iced tea. >> walk across the plank. >> i can feel my legs trembling right now. >> when you think of how you want people to perceive you, how do you want them to view you? >> as a model. that's it. >> why didn't you saw it the first time i said a-aron. >> because it's pronounced aaron. >> what's the big switch that says "mentalist" on it? >> this? it's just a precaution. the show is going great. i'm sure i will have no need to use this thing. move on. >> all right. tonight's guest, it just makes me uncomfortable that you've got your hand on the switch right now. >> cbs, the chen broadcasting
♪[ music ] good morning, it's 8:55. time for some news headlines. today marks the 14th anniversary of the september 11th attacks. in san francisco, at all city fire stations, bells rang three times at 6:59 a.m., the time the south tower of the world trade center fell. events are taking place across the bay area to mark the anniversary. state lawmakers announced last night they have struck a deal to regulate and license the medical marijuana industry. the deal will be contained in three bills. it will classify medical marijuana as an agriculture product forcing cultivators to follow the same regulations as farmers. the bill still needs approval from both the senate and the assembly. a wildfire in the sierra
foothills is growing. the butte fire has doubled in size and is close to 32,000 acres. 1500 structures in amador and calaveras counties are threatened. and now here's a look at the weather with julie. >> look at this marine layer. a little deeper than this time yesterday and as a result, temperatures will be a little bit cooler than they were yesterday. take a look at your highs. we're talking near 70 along the coast, mid-70s to 80s around the bay and then yes, we'll still see triple digits inland. but the beginning of the cooling trend starts today and continues this weekend. increasing cloud cover, decreasing temperatures so. traffic is coming up right after the break.
good morning. a final look at your friday morning commute. it's busy on the eastshore freeway. it's been one of the trouble spots all morning westbound just crawling along out of richmond towards the bay bridge. had an earlier accident at powell that slowed things down quite a bit this morning. bay bridge getting a bit better but still slow. metering lights are on. you're backed up in some spots into the maze. elsewhere northbound 880 through oakland, stacking up past the coliseum. also brake lights across the san mateo bridge. so give yourself some extra time a few extra minutes. it's improving. no delays on the eastbound side out of foster city into
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