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don't waking up early. to do for watching this >> see you at noon time. enjoy your monday. f cbs good morning to our viewers in the west. it is monday, october 19, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." the republican leading the benghazi committee told republicans to shut up. how hillary clinton's testimony this week could shake-up the presidential race. amazon is suing more than a thousand people for writing fake reviews on its website. and college football fans deliver death threats to a michigan punter who broke thousands of hearts after botching a routine play. but we begin this morning with a look at today's eye opener, your world in 90 seconds. >> jeb said we were safe with my brother. we were safe. well, the world trade center just fell down. so when he said we were safe, that's not safe.
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we lost 3,000 people. >> donald trump calls out jeb bush and his brother. >> mr. trump talks about things that as though he's still on "the apprentice." on thursday hillary clinton testifies before the house b benghazi committee. >> shut up when you don't know what you're talking about. it's a little early. >> a massive super typhoon rocked the philippines with winds topping 150 miles per hour. at least two people have died. in israel an attack has killed an israeli soldier and wounded ten others. the latest bloodshed in a month-long wave of violence. chaos at a zombie festival in florida. police are searching for the shooter. >> you can hear the gunshot killing one and injuring five. tracy morgan returns to host "saturday night live." >> people are wondering, can he speak? does he have 100% mental capacity? but the truth is i never did. a swimmer is in critical condition after a savage attack by a shark in hawaii. both of the man's legs were
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injured. a driver swerves into a motorcyclist in texas. >> you hit him! >> i don't care. >> all that -- >> and the final score, 34-27, the patriots stay unbeaten. and that ball is gone! daniel murphy has struck again. >> the mets are two wins away from the world series. and all that matters. >> we are fighting a rare form of muscular dystrophy. how does it affect you? >> well, i just look at it like i get some free stuff. you are just needing one pair of clean underwear. >> last week i bought my second pair of underwear. that's a joke. >> check it out, it's a mess! this morning's "eye opener" is presented by toyota, let's go places.
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welcome to "cbs this morning." he was pretty good. >> he was very good. >> very on. >> dead on. >> charlie rose is off so "face the nation" host john dickerson is here. good to have you here, john. we begin with politics. hillary clinton leads the campaign trail this week before she goes to testify before the benghazi committee. and trey gowdy tells republicans to shut up. and last week's debate did not result in an increase of significant support. 45% of democrats support clinton, 29% support bernie sanders, and 18% back joe biden. nancy cordes is in washington with new information on the joe biden timeline to decide if he will run. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. one of the vice president's long-time advisors says the
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president is not phased by causes for him to make up his mind now and he thinks he may be too quick to run out before in 2004. in other words, it could be several weeks before we hear a final decision. >> as my son beau used to say, just keep moving forward. >> reporter: at an award ceremony on saturday, biden signaled he still has plenty of fight in him invoking this quote from his mother. >> she used to say, joey, as long as you're alive, you have an obligation to strive and you're not dead until you've seen the face of god. >> reporter: biden's closest confidants say he's earned the right to take his time. one told cbs news, he doesn't like bullies and will not be bullied into deciding before he's ready. that's the reference to clinton campaign chair john podesta who said last week biden's waited long enough. >> i think the time has come for a decision. >> reporter: in part biden's watching to see if clinton encounters more legal or political trouble over her private e-mail server. she'll be questioned about it by
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the house benghazi committee this thursday. >> i will do my best to answer their questions. but i don't really know what their objective is right now. >> reporter: their objective according to two house republicans and a fired committee investigator is to hurt clinton's presidential chances. trey gowdy had a pointed message for critics in his party. >> shut up talking about things you don't know anything about. >> reporter: gowdy said the committee unearthed material that the first congressional probes missed, like e-mails sent by chris stevens in the months before he was killed in bengh i benghazi, libya. on one occasion he joked in an e-mail, maybe we should ask another government to pay for our security upgrades because our government isn't willing to do it. >> reporter: clinton's campaign has not said how she is preparing for thursday's hearing, but one suggestion should be to rest up.
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gowdy says he'll give all 12 committee members ten minutes for questioning each round and will do four rounds. that's up to eight hours worth of questioning. >> wow. all right, nancy, i'll take it. quick question, what are you hearing about whether paul ryan would consider running for speaker? >> reporter: well, the latest is now he's seriously considering answering the call to run for speaker. but people close to him, norah, say the decision is going to depend on what house republicans do this week. will they get behind him? or will these 40 or so hard-line conservatives make a lot of demands in exchange for their support. sources tell me he is not going to negotiate for a job he didn't want in the first place. and if that's the situation, he's happy to stay where he is as the chair of ways of means. >> so it continues. thank you, nancy. >> thank you, nancy. donald trump isn't backing down this morning after blasting president george w. bush for 9/11. trump said on sunday that things would have been much different if he had been in office. the billionaire had already criticized the former president
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saying the deadly attack happened during his reign. major garrett is in washington with the angry response from candidate jeb bush. major? >> reporter: good morning. the last thing jeb bush thought he would have to debate among republicans was his brother george's presidency and 9/11. iraq, maybe, but not 9/11. well, donald trump will not let it go arguing he might have prevented those terrorist atrocities through tougher immigration policies. >> now, am i trying to blame him? i'm not blaming anybody, but the world trade center went down. so when he said we were safe, that's not safe. we lost all those people. >> reporter: 19 hijackers entered on visas, one student, four as tourists and at least six violated the visas. >> i'm extremely tough on people coming into this country. i believe that if i were running things, i doubt those families would have -- i doubt those people would have been in the country. >> reporter: jeb bush trailing
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trump badly and trying to emerge from his brother's shadow, released a campaign video questioning trump's judgment and said the businessman's attacks disqualify him. >> it doesn't show he's a serious person as it relates to being commander and chief. across the spectrum of foreign policy, mr. trump talks about things as though he's still on "the apprentice." >> reporter: on twitter the two called each other pathetic, so presidential. retired neurosurgeon ben carson running second to trump in the gop race appeared surprise at the 9/11 broadsides. >> i would probably ask him what he meant by that. i seriously doubt that he's saying that george w. bush is to blame for it. >> reporter: republican contender mike huckabee called the blame game misguided. >> i don't think it's fair for anyone to be blamed for 9/11 other than the 19 monsters who trained to kill people. >> reporter: on another front, trump tells voters all the time he doesn't need big money donors
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and want use the super pac to support his campaign. but "the washington post" says the make america great pac does support trump and has indirect ties to trump's inner circle. trump's campaign insists it has no super pacs operating on its behalf. >> majoring, thanks. severe thunderstorms flooded highways near las vegas over the weekend. several roads were washed out and large hailstones pounded the phoenix area. high winds left thousands without power. and brought down trees. some buildings reportedly collapsed. there were no reports of major injuries. a major highway in southern california will stay closed for at least several more days. state route 58 north of los angeles is still covered in mud. six feet deep in some places. wow. the heavy rain last week triggered mudslides that trapped nearly 200 drivers in their cars. lonny quinn of wcbs looks at what is coming next. good morning, lonny, what do you say? unfortunately, all the pictures you saw we see
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potential for it looking ahead. right now the story has been the rainfall. it just backed up the pictures you showed. take a look at the totals. there are portions, wherever you see that bright flash of purple, four inches of rain or more here as of late. as if you look at what is going on, we've got this flow coming in. all this pacific moisture traveling up over the mountains, that air gets squeezed and out comes the rain. when you look at the futurecast, here's where the problem lies. i just see more of it developing. look, it's in pockets around the area, but watch this. wherever you see the yellows and reds, that's very heavy rain to develop. this is thursday around 4:00 a.m. and the mountain snow out there could go a long way to converse on the eastern side of the country. it's been all the cold air in place today. by the time the eastern half of the country gets into midweek, it will be 10 degrees above average. so you expect things to be sort of up and down throughout the fall. that's what we're dealing with right now. john, back to you. >> lonnie, thanks. take a look at what came with the cold weather. people from the midwest to new england are waking up with snow on the ground around nine inches falling in the town of mexico,
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new york. north of syracuse. snow coated the back porch of this massachusetts home outside springfield. and in michigan, workers scrambled to save apples after the close -- after close to six inch es of snow fell. typhoon koppu triggered flooding in the philippines. ropes guided several people to safety. many people were forced to flee their homes and power lines were brought down. rain is expected through wednesday and nine people have died. this morning secretary of state john kerry is calling on israeli and palestinian leaders to agree on stops for the surge in violence. the latest attack came on sunday. cell phone video shows the chaos during a deadly attack at a bus station. police say an arab-israeli opened fire in the southern city of beersheba.
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jonathan vigliotti is there looking for efforts to find security. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. security is tight at bus stations like the one behind me, but the question this morning is whether it will be enough to stop attacks like the one last night. surveillance footage shows people running for cover at the heavily guarded bus station at the normally peaceful israeli city of beersheba. cell phone video captured the chaos as shots rang out. officials said the arab gunman shot and killed an israeli soldier and wounded several people before being shot and killed himself by security. other amateur video shows what was initially thought to be a second attacker, but turned out to be an arab migrant mistakenly shot by security forces. he's seen being pinned to the ground as bystanders kick him. the man later died in the hospital. in the last few days there have been six attacks against israelis and a wave of protest. increased security has done little to curb the escalating
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violence. on sunday police tried to diffuse the mounting tension by blocking off arab neighborhoods in east jerusalem. but there is concern the move could insight more anger. the nearly month-long violence first began amid rumors israeli politicians wanted to block palestinian access to the revered mosque. stabbings have been the hallmark of the attacks, but as more guns are being used, israeli civilians are taking matters into their own hands. the gun shop and shooting range in jerusalem was packed on sunday as israelis clambered to buy guns. jerusalem resident arian freeman was applying for permits and shooting tutorials. >> i think it is important in these cases to have as a means of self-defense. >> reporter: an employee at the gun shop i spoke with told me even if they were open 24 hours a day that still would not be enough to meet the demands. norah? >> jonathan vigliotti, thank you so much. a top al qaeda leader is killed this morning by an air
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strike. the pentagon says a drone killed sanafi al-nasr in northwest syria. he's the leader of the network of al qaeda operatives. that network is plotting attacks in the u.s. and europe. al-nasr is the fourth al qaeda leader killed in the last four months. and a gunman opened fire at a zombie convention in ft. myers. jamie yuccas is here with more. >> reporter: the shooting occurred at the annual zombicon festival that draws thousands of people dressed up as zombies in intricate costumes and fake blood. cell phone cameras were there for the final moments of the city's annual zombicon festival
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11:45 saturday night. they captured the event as it suddenly descended into chaos. witnesses say they heard eight to ten gunshots. >> the guy fell right there in front of me. >> reporter: after the shooting crowds ran for cover. >> everybody's running down broadway. everybody's running. >> medic 44 with a gunshot wound to the head. >> reporter: 20-year-old tyrell taylor was killed in the attack and played football for miami. taylor's girlfriend was with him and called his sister moments after he was shot. >> nobody was expecting that phone call. i would have never expected that call saying my brother was just killed. >> reporter: five others were injured in the attack, four treated for non-life-threatening injuries. police were unable to identify a suspect or a motive. now they are looking at cell phone videos taken at the scene for clues. >> there was a lot of witnesses
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down here, a lot of people taking pictures, using their cell phones for video, anything that could help us with this investigation would be greatly appreciated. >> this was the ninth year of the zombicon festival, an event to raise money for a local organization that allows children to attend art and music camps. on sunday organizers released a statement saying they take the safety of their patrons very seriously. norah? jamie, thank you so much. passengers on a southwest airlines flight arrived in san francisco this morning after an emergency landing. flight 2010 left los angeles international airport last night. an argument between passengers forced the pilot to loop the plane back to lax. police met the aircraft at the gate. one passenger was removed. a big crack down on small drones will likely be announced today. the government plans to force recreational drone users to register their unmanned aircraft. that new policy follows a scare this year at the white house, airports and the u.s. open.
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kris van cleave is live with the backlash building. >> reporter: good morning. the department of transportation is expected to announce later today that drone registration requirement with the hopes of having it in place before the holiday season where drones are expected to be a hot item. also, as part of this announcement, the d.o.t. will form a task force to help advise on the process of setting up the registry. this is a move transportation secretary anthony fox told cbs news was under consideration back in august in response to growing concerns of the potential for a midair collision between a drone and commercial aircraft. the faa told congress last week that the number of pilot sightings has increased ten-fold since last year. >> kris, this is a concern, right? >> reporter: the director of the small coalition that represents companies like amazon and google said this move is taking the industry by surprise calling it a knee-jerk reaction with an
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arbitrary timeline. they are awaiting more details on what information will be required, how it will be stored and who has access to it remains unclear if a registry will do anything to prevent somebody from using a drone for nefarious means. indianapolis wanted revenge against new england for defla deflategate, but they did not get it last night. tom brady threw for more than 300 yards. the colts didn't help themselves with a fake punt to fool nobody. they shifted most of the offense to the right side of the field hoping to catch the patriots off guard. and that play failed miserably. and the new york mets hit the chicago cubs early in the game. two of the national league championship series, daniel murphy hit a home run for the fourth straight playoff game setting a team record.
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that two-run homer last night gave the mets a three-run lead in the first inning. the mets won, 4-1. they lead the series 2-0. game three is tomorrow at wrigley field in chicago. the american league championship series resumes tonight in toronto. after kansas city won the first two games at home. the headline in the papers this morning about the mets said dan-o-mite. but they are going to chicago, so it will be an interesting game. 25 years after the mob classic "good fellows" hit the theaters, will this man unlock the secrets of a massive airport heist do you think? we'll find out. but good morning from the kpix weather center, heading out the door this morning have pockets of and fog around the santa rosa area, also napa. otherwise look at the current temperatures in and around the microclimate. 48 degrees in santa rosa to 62
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it won't be the last. >> that is the trouble with taping things over. >> it ain't over until it's over, somebody said! welcome back to "cbs this morning." there is still fallout from that michigan game. some are sending hate mail and death threats to the punter who fumbled the ball. coming up out the athletic director is fighting back. plus, amazon lashes out at people taking money to write online reviews. the company is targeting more than a thousand reviewers. nicholas thompson of the new is in our toyota green room. he'll show you how to spot a phony review before you buy. time to show of some of this morning's headlines. "the washington post" reports that china is still trying to hack. it has happened since china's president visited washington last month. during that trip china vowed it would conduct cyberer economic spying. read the story, it's really
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leader to board a u.s. aircraft and it was the "uss reagan." "wall street journal" reports on the iranian nuclear agreement going into effect. iran will take steps to restrain its nuclear program and that includes giving increased access to nuclear facilities and also removing the core from the arak reactor and reducing its stockpile of enriched uranium. relief sanctions will come after iran has met those criteria. nevada gamble regulatorses order draftkings to.
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it ordered their operations suspended until they received a gambling license. the detroit free press reports that a pastor shot and killed an attacker just after sunday church service got under way. police say that a man with a brick tried to attack the pastor about 15 minutes into the service but the pastor pulled out a gun and fired several times, killing the man in the church's vestibule. police say the man had earlier made threats against the church. this morning, it could be the real-life sequel to the movie "goodfellas." a mob trial 30 years in the making gets under way this morning in new york city. anna werner is
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the first alleged crime associate goes on trial in a case that inspired a film classic. >> these are the guys that jimmy put together for what turned out to be the biggest heist in american history. the lufthansa heist. >> reporter: the 1990 oscar winning "goodfellas" tells the crime family that organized a brazen heist. robert de niro played james burke. he was the suspected ring leader of the crime and six armed robbers broke into the lufthansa facility and made off with $6 million in cash and jewelry. >> how did they force him? >> by holding a gun to the head of the man who had the key. >> reporter: in real-life, prosecutors claim one of the robbery's key figure is vincent
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asaro an alleged member of the bonanno crime family. >> he had nothing to do with it. pretty much all of them got murdered i've been told and the fact my client didn't get murdered would indicate he didn't have anything with it. >> reporter: that is expected to include asaro's cousin and former bonanno mob. >> i think the silence went out. it's history. it's gone. >> reporter: the code was broken when he testified against a late mob boss john gotti. he claims he was asked to take part in the lufthansa heist but turned it down. he says no matter what happens to asaro, one mystery remains. >> where is the money? >> just a little taste. >> no one has ever managed to find any of the money! remember, there was a few
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families involved and, yes, some of that money went to some of the participants, but a lot of those killings. he faces charges for another killing for another law enforcement informant. >> amazon is suing more than 1,000 people. claiming they posted fake reviews. america's largest online retailer says the defendants sell the bogus feedback starting at $5. amazon is demanding they stop telling those goods and identify which reviews were paid for. nicholas thompson is editor of new good morning. >> good morning. >> how did they bust them?
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and find the fake reviews? >> not hard to find. you google get me amazon reviews and you can find all kind of them. cyber. that is a small site people do small tasks. you can type in review my product and all names pop up and say i do great reviews. the best thing about them you read the profiles underneath it all of these other people reviewing their work! >> how big of a problem is it? >> i think it's huge actually. there are various estimates and range from 15% to 20% of the reviews on the internet is fake. it's a big problem on yelp. trip adviser and amazon, the app stores. it's a serious problem. the companies need to take care of it so that customers can have trust in the products that they are buying. >> is there anything illegal about it? >> yes. it violates all kind of laws and consumer protection laws. a lot of it is happening internationally. somebody ai brobroad is writing
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fake review and it's hard to find. >> you will never ferret all of them out but if you drop a lawsuit? >> if you're public about the lawsuit and let everybody know the lawsuit people will be discouraged from doing it and you want to stop the supply and the demand and get the companies to stop buying the fake reviews, the people to stop writing the fake reviews and what you need to do is train your algorhythms to identify the fake reviews. >> when you're in a different city, different country, what is good and what is not. are the reviews mostly positive or negative when they are fake? >> when you travel negative reviews, one hotel will hire somebody to write a critical review of the other hotel. when amazon products it's like bogus negative reviews and you can buy negative reviews for your competitors. with hotels there is a site that helps you try to identify whether a review is real or not and they have done a lot of natural language analysis and found that hotel reviews with
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the word "i "in it tend to be fake and hotels have specific details like the bathroom is large tend to be real because if they have spatial information it means somebody was there. >> amazon has its own reviews? this is interesting. amazon has a program called vine where they will send free products to people so they will review them and very abouting to get more reviews on the site. >> buyer beware. michigan football fans lash out after a very painful loss. >> oh, he has trouble with the snap and the ball is free! it's picked up by michigan state! jalen watts-jackson. >> the punter but if you
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♪ ♪ >> this punting mistake caused the wolverines saturday's game against seventh ranked michigan state big time. this morning, the university of michigan's interim athletic director is condemning what he calls vicious comments by the college football fans. the loss led some of the fans to threaten the life of michigan's 22-year-old punter. adam zucker host of ocollege football today is here. >> football makes us crazy. but it shouldn't make us keyboard killers. blake o'neill a native of australia started playing for michigan this year as a graduate student. families were singing his praise after a monster 80-yard punt but the last play of the game that everyone is now talking about. >> no doubt michigan state is an outstanding team. >> reporter: up two points with ten seconds on the clock, the university of michigan looked ready to hand rival michigan state its first defeat of the
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season. but then the unimaginable happened. >> whoa! he has trouble with the snap! and the ball is free! >> punter blake o'neill fumbled the ball and popping it right into the hands of michigan state's jalen watts-jackson who raced 38 yards for a touchdown. >> and he scores on the last play of the game! unbelievable! >> reporter: michigan state won 27-23. >> oh, my god! >> reporter: crushing the dreams of wolverine fans everywhere. >> they played their guts out. played winning football. overcame so much. and we messed up. messed up the play at the end. >> even the press box, our jaws dropped wondering how the heck this had happened! the fans stayed in that stadium for a good 15 minutes after that game ended stunned. >> reporter: once the shock wore off, fans turned to social media, some hurling insults and death threats at the
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australian-born o'neill in tweets that have since been delet deleted. sunday, the interim athletic director fired back saying today i awake to the shocking reality that our community who care so much about this program would send hurtful and vicious comments to one of our students. i'm asking that our community not lose this game twice by condoning thoughtless comments. >> mistakes are going to happen in sports. you say, kid, unfortunately, u blew it but it stops there. the fact you're making threats against his life and making a concern for his personal safety? that crosses the line! >> reporter: hopefully, he gets a shot at redemption. michigan state fans didn't celebrate very long and especially for jalen watts-jackson who scored the game scoring touchdown. dislocated and fractured his hip on the play and he was swatting his teammates away while on the ground. he underwent surgery and is out for the season. spartans have a big game against
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ohio state at the end of november and then michigan against ohio state so hopefully, o'neill gets a fake funt touchdown. >> you know he already feels bad enough about it. he doesn't need that. >> no. no. this poor guy. who could feel worse than him? >> no. >> i love how you said keyboard killer. stop it. >> everyone has got those muscles. >> adam, good to have you here. falling off a cliff couldn't stop a professional mountain biker from completing his course. check this out. we will show you his perspec good morning from the kpix weather center. heading out the door this morning we do have some pockets of dense fog around the santa rosa area also in napa. let's take a current temperatures in and around the microclimate. anywhere from 48 degrees in santa rosa to 62 in mountain view. weather cloudy, a bit breezy late day, northwest breeze 10 to 15 miles per hour, 60s out
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spots in the south bay, busy in san jose. accident northbound 280, look out for chp on the scene as well as emergency crews. backed up along 280 in san jose northbound 101, stop and go conditions as well. sluggish around mckee, brake lights as well as you work your way through the peninsula. check out the drive times. from northbound 101, to 85, almost an hour. also slow on waterloo bay parkway, and colma line bart pretty slow this morning. beautiful view looking at the direction of the golden gate bridge. this is our weather camera, wow. spectacular scene there. temperatures have a wide variety of numbers this morning banking anywhere from the 40s in santa rosa to write around 60s across the bay. later today, 68 degrees with partly cloudy conditions in pacifica. 70s bayside and peninsula to the mid to high 70s inland. we have a fire weather watch in effect tuesday and wednesday, a
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♪ ,,,,,, good morning to our viewers in the west. it is monday, october 19, 2015. welcome back to "cbs this morning." there's real news ahead including a return to baltimore six months after devastating riots after the death of freddy gray. we'll visit with the mom who gained fame from pulling her protesting son off the street. first here is a look at today's "eye opener at 8." >> the vice president is not pha fazed by call for him to wake up his mind. >> what he thought he would have to debate was his brother george in 2011. donald trump will not let it go. >> you've got this pacific moisture traveling up over the mountains. security is tight at bus
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stations like the one behind me. but the question this morning is whether it will be enough to stop attacks. >> the shooting occurred at the city's annual zombiecon festival. it came to an abrupt and horrifying end. >> trial is under way of the first person charged in that case, a case turned into a film classic. >> football makes us crazy, but it shouldn't make us keyboard killers. >> you know, adam, he already feels bad enough. he doesn't need that. >> no, this poor guy. who could feel worse than him? nobody. >> oh, my god! >> the toss. marshawn lynch back to russell wilson. he throws it up top and he's in for a touchdown! what a play! >> this morning's "eye opener at 8" is presented by liberty mutual insurance.
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i'm gaining king with norah o'donnell and john dickerson of "face the nation." hillary clinton will testify to the house benghazi committee about the 2012 attacks that killed four americans. she say it is republican-led investigation is nothing but politics. committee chairman tray gowdy has said clinton's e-mail threatens national security. >> elijah cummings wrote to gowdy saying the problem with your accusation as with so many others during this investigation, is you failed to check your facts before you made it. >> i have told my own republican colleagues and friends, shut up talking about things you don't know anything about. unless you're on the committee, you no idea what we've done, why we've done it and what new facts we have found. >> he keeps saying don't listen to what they say, they don't know anything. well, we were on the committee, too. by the way, there are seven members, also five democrats.
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we know what's going on. >> vice president joe biden may be watching for any political or legal fallout from the hearing, but people close to biden say he is not in any hurry to decide if he will run against clinton. nancy cordes is in washington and talked with one of biden's long-time advisers. good morning. what's the thinking about whether he'll get in the race? is he worried about the pressure out there? >> this person says he is not, the vice president really doesn't care what the clinton campaign or anyone else thinks and that biden, quote, does not like bullies and will not be bullied. essentially he says the vice president has earned the right to make this decision on his own timetable and isn't going to be rushed. biden still thinks he would be a better president than hillary clinton, but i'm told at this point in his life he only wants to put his family through another run if he thinks he has a real shot at winning the nomination. that's what he's weighing right now. >> that's my question. other than family considerations, is there any other reason why he would take as long as he wants to to make a
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decision? >> i was told he has always had a saying, quote, in politics, you're on the way up or you're on the way down, unquote. there's no in between for him. it's part of the reason he never closed the door on apartmental run his entire time as vice president. in his mind, the minute he announces he's not running, he's no longer on the way up. he's a lame duck vice president at what is probably the end of his political career. you can see why he might want to keep his options open as long as possible. >> can i ask both you and john this question. we were looking at the filing deadlines, november 6 in alabama, november 9 in arkansas, november 10 in texas. doesn't he ha to decide before those dates? >> or he doesn't get in. >> there's wiggle room. he's missing opportunities to lock in support, take a big moment at like the jefferson jackson dinner in iowa to grab support. once those moments pass by, he's losing opportunities. >> the house coming back, the big benghazi committee hearing.
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is paul ryan going to run for speaker or not? >> the latest is he is actually considering a bid to leave the fractured house republican concert as many republicans have been flat out begging him to do. he's been saying no, no, no. now someone familiar with his deliberations say he's considering it but is not going to negotiate with hard line conservatives for a job he didn't want in the first place. as you know, there's this group of 40 or so who didn't think speaker boehner was conservative enough, they didn't think kevin mccarthy was conservative enough. they want the next speaker to promise he's going to change the rules or they may withhold their support. ryan's allies say he has a record of conservative leadership and if they don't get behind him, he'll happily stay right where he is. many agree that hillary clinton won last week's debate, but a new winner emerged in "saturday night live" pair day. larry david had a dead-on i'm
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persian nation of bernie sanders and getting rave reviews. >> fwan, trample on the middle class, control wash. why do they chain all the pens to the desk? who is trying to steal a pen from a bank. makes no sense. i have one pair of underwear, makes no sense. some of these have three, four pair. who do you want as president? one of these washington insiders or a guy who has one pair of clean underwear that he dries on a radiator? [ cheers and applause ] check it out. it's a mess. >> sanders took the imitation in stride and he responded to the
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skit. >> yes. last week i bought my second pair of underwear. that's a joke. please don't write it down. it was a joke. joke, joke. i have an ample supply of underwear. >> he joked that he would now need to take larry david to perform at his next campaign rally. it reminds me of when tina fey did sarah palin. >> larry david had good qualifications for that role. >> upped wear important for any presidential candidate. >> make sure you have more than one. another familiar face took the "snl" stage. tracy morgan made a triumphant comeback. >> people are wondering, can he speak? does he have 100% mental capacity. but the truth is, i never did. >> ahead t stars come out to celebrate the come
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she stepped into a mob and became a hero. baltimore mom toy yeah graham pulled her son during the riots. do you remember her? how graham and her son is doing and the city's recovery. that story is next only on "cbs this morning." ♪ ma ma told me mamma told me ♪ ...become especially important. from the makers of one a day fifty-plus. new one a day proactive sixty-five plus. with high potency vitamin b12... ...and more vitamin d.
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♪ >> toya graham pulling her teenage son off street is one toya graham pulling her teenage son off the streets is one of the most iconic moments of the riots. the days that followed, unrerio including toya's son faced off with the officers. jeff, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this is where the riots began. high school students were just getting out of class and that was happening as freddie gray's funeral was ending. it was that combination of factors that sparked the riots he here. almost six months later, baltimore is still recovering. even a mother who was haled a
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hero still can't find peace. >> just this morning i broke down. it's hard. it's hard. >> reporter: toya graham says she's struggling to keep her home. even though money is tight, she's trying to remain optimistic for her children. >> i know a lot of mothers out here understand where i'm coming from. we're struggling. we're struggling, trying to make sure we keep food on our table for our children, keep them out of harm's way, keep them out danger. >> watch out, watch out. >> reporter: that is her greatest challenge. last may, the single mother of six was caught on camera repeatedly slapping her 16-year-old son michael. he was dressed in black with his face covered and he had joined the rioters. >> forget the national guard, send in the moms. >> reporter: toya was celebrated
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for doing the right thing and appeared on "cbs this morning." >> mom, mom, okay, mom. >> do you feel like hero mom? >> [ sche. [ shakes head ] >> why not? >> i don't feel like a hero mom. i never did. he's my son. so if i have to be out there to stop him from doing things that he shouldn't be doing, then that's what i'm going to do. >> reporter: she is like a lot of mothers and fathers in this embattled city. six months after the riots, baltimore is still reeling. anthony batts has been fired. the mayor who fired him said she will not seek another term as a wave of violence grips the city. so far in 2016 there have been 267 homicides, a more than 50% spike over last year at the same time. in addition, the number of
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people injured due to gun violence is nearly 80% higher. >> when the sun goes down, do you feel safe out here on the streets at night? >> no, because there's danger out at night. you got to keep watching your surroundings, looking around you and seeing if there's anybody that's going to harm you. >> reporter: toya's son michael admits he's scared. >> i lost two of my friends, they was gunned down in a store on liberty heights and gaston. >> how does that affect you? >> you might wake up one day, you might not wake up one day. you never know what's going to happen next. >> reporter: toya graham, the woman who dragged her son out of the riots holds him closer than she did before. >> he's a good boy. there's nothing out there but harm. as a 16-year-old he wants to be outside. >> you understand that? >> i do understand that.
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>> but you want to protect him. >> but i'm going to protect him. i don't feel like a hero. this is a real struggle. when the cameras is gone, the reality of life, it's still there. it's still there. >> reporter: this morning baltimore police updated the homicide numbers. they've gone up by three since friday. later on today the city council will vote to install permanently the interim police commissioner hoping he'll bring stability after uncertainty. >> you know, she symbolizes exactly what is at the heart of this struggle, moms struggling like that with their kids. >> and that despite all the public attention they got at the time, there's still issues that have not changed. that's the point she wanted to make. did you see this? eddy murphy calls out comedian bill cosby on his first return to the stage in years.
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♪ tracy morgan joined a star-studded lineup last night at the kennedy center to honor eddie murphy. murphy received a mark twain prize at the country's top humor award. the comedian delivered his first jokes on stage in nearly 30 years, taking aim at bill kcosb.
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>> he should do one show where he just talks crazy now. i would like to talk to some of the people who say that i should give back my [ bleep ]! >> very good imitation. tracy morgan is winning praise too from fans and critics after his emotional return to "saturday night live." vladimir duthiers shows us how morgan took the stage about 15 months after barely surviving a crash on the new jersey turnpike. >> ladies and gentlemen, tracy morgan. >> thank you so much! thank you so much! i'm just playing. >> reporter: in his monologue, tracy morgan made it clear that he was back. >> people wander can he speak? does he have 100% mental capacity?
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the truth is, i never did. i might actually be a few points higher now. >> reporter: morgan got support from his "30 rock" co-stars. >> tracy! i'm so happy you're live! and if you receive any kind of insurance settlement because of this, i may also be in love with you. >> i love you too, tiny butt jones. >> reporter: even larry david stopped by. >> enough with the hellos. let's do this. >> reporter: playing democratic presidential candidate bernie sanders. >> bernie, check it out! it's a mess! >> reporter: last june, a walmart truck slammed into the back of morgan's van, critically injuring him and killing his friend comedian james mcnair. the driver kevin roper has pled not guilty to charges of vehicular homicide and assault by auto. morgan sued walmart also and settled the case in may. on saturday after months of rehab, morgan's edgy humor was, once again, on display when he played a tough guy desperate for
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a tango partner. >> all i ever wanted to do was dance, lady! hello! >> reporter: he reprized classic characters from his seven-year run as an "snl" regular and like space traveler apollo jones and woodrow. >> i'll call you back, mr. trump. i'm with a client. >> reporter: the homeless chaser and clueless expert. of all things, he was on stage with a camel. >> a squirrel and a chicken. i can't see, cammalecamel. >> reporter: fellow cast members offered thanks for support. >> i thank you all for being here with me. >> reporter: morgan also briefly did stand-up last week but the "snl" was his first test of his skills since his accident and judging by the laughs, he passed. >> it was great to see him on stage. >> awesome. >> he has not lost it.
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>> thank you, vlad. ahead, actress carey campsuses will beg and good monday morning, everyone, i'm frank mallicoat. time now 8:25. here are the headlines we're following. faculty at all 23 csu campuses begin voting on whether to authorize a strike to the union representing 25,000 faculty members, asking for a 5% raise. once again today on a new elevated bike lane on market street, raising the lane by 2 inches will keep cars off of it and the bikes on it. straightahead on cbs this morning, oscar-nominated actress carrie morgan chats about women's voting rights in her upcoming film. at that store, a little traffic and weather coming up after the break. stay there. ,,,,,,,,,,
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westbound bay bridge toll plaza, first report of an accident blocking lanes. chp headed to the scene. big delays anyway. metering lights are on backed up well into the maze, slow and go conditions of your approach, especially the east shore freeway commute. san mateo brige, 22 between 880 and 101, northbound 280 still in clearing stages at the end of an action, a slow ride on the northbound side of 280 backed up to 101, 101 itself
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also sluggish. delays on guadalupe parkway northbound, drive times in the red, give yourself a few extra minutes. colma line bart, continuing to slow, that should wrap up slowly. martha there, delays stopped 101 out of marin. here's reporter. >> beautiful view of the golden gate bridge. this is the view looking out toward sfo, 49 minute delays on some arriving flights due to low clouds, a little bit of leftover drizzled on our camera lens. cool front happens to be to the north over in the santa rosa area, 48 degrees, areas of fog. of the rice 60s, going up to the highs nearly 70 at the peaches, 70s, and across the bay today, mid 70s peninsula. outside number 77 in fairfield, but 78 degrees will be noted in the gilroy area. winds increase later today out of the northwest, 10 to 15 miles per hour and a fire weather watch in effect beginning tomorrow. dry skies through sunday. ,,,,,,,,
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♪ we got jay glazer on the other side. can you hit him? >> whoa! >> the screen! >> one still has strength in the arm. >> slugger alex rodriguez just missed jay glazer and ends up shattering part of the video wall on fox's nfl's pregame show on sunday. rodriguez played quarterback at high school. glazer joked that the ball got lost in the sun. rodriguez promises he will try not to break anything else when he joins them with the baseball playoffs. >> those walls are very expensive. >> that hurt. >> they are. welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up, actress carey
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mulligan talks about the movie "suffragette." how it left an impression on the oscar winner. chef tom, the best selling author cook is known for bringing people together and earning prestigious honors. that is ahead. time to show you some of this morning's headlines around the globe. "the new york times" reports on plans to upgrade air force one. we have caught glimpses of inside the plane like when the president talks with baseball great willie mays in 2009. the defense department hopes to sign an initial contract with boelg for a new plane in the coming weeks. the new aircraft will be 250 longer than the air force one and more technological advanced but it won't be ready until 2023. the first married couple in modern times. on sunday, pope francis declared the parents of saints in their own right.
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the couple bore nine children in the 19th century and only five survived. all five became nuns, including the youngest at the asubmerged 50 years ago when a nearby dam was completed. the sacramento b then fiancee. 120 guests have been invited to the 35,000 dollar ceremony. but, instead, the reception hall was packed with people who needed it most. i heard that there was filet mignon and salmon on the menu. a nice thing to do. "wall street journal" reports oprah winfrey bought a
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10% stake in weight watchers and is joining their board. falling membership sank the company's shares by about 73%. so far this year. gayle? >> something tells me she will be very helpful to weight watchers. just something i'm thinking. >> you're thinking she has the golden touch about in everything. what is believed to be dell's new album and it's not due out until november. ♪ hello it's me i was wondering if after all these years you'd like to meet ♪ >> the clip played during an ad break on the british x-factor and didn't show any faces or include any names or dates but adele's signature voice is heard
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singing several lines. it lit up twitter and fans tweeted clips of the ad for the much-anticipated album. >> they don't want to confirm that was dell. we have missed you, adele! >> you and i will be first to download it. >> yes, we will. oscar nominee carey mulligan stars in the new movie suff "suffragette" nearly all of the cast and crew are female. "suffragette" puts it on a gritty known part of history while making some of its own. how much did you know about them? >> i knew a basic schooled version in my history book saying women got the vote eventually. it was a couple of lines and lots of images with women in flowers looking peacefully. [ screaming ]
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>> reporter: history goes down differently on the set of "suffragette." a new film about women's fight for voting rights in britain that stars 30-year-old carey mulligan. >> we are every own. we are the human race. you can't stop us all. >> reporter: mulligan is best known for her role as daisy buchanon in "the great gatsby." and received a role in another movie. >> you're married! mr. and mrs. david goldman! you're married! >> reporter: now plays a young wife and laundry worker whose life is abysmal until she is radicalized to fight for women's rights. this was a film produced and directed by women. how unique is that? >> completely unique. costume designer, makeup designer, and other roles. i've never a part of anything
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like that before. we were a group of women who were very, very excited to be telling the story. >> reporter: i think about maude who was already very poor and she loses her husband, she loses her son, she loses her job, she is jailed multiple times, and i think, i don't know that i would have the same courage. >> yeah. >> reporter: as her. do you think you would have the same courage? >> it's such, you know, it's such a hard thing because i've been lucky to grow up in a life i haven't had to fight for anything. the point of the film if you threw a rock for yourself, maybe you'd throw one for everybody else. >> we have no alternative but to defy this government. >> reporter: merle streep called for the use of violent tactics like arson and vandalism. the movie is not about a peaceful protest for the women's right to vote. these women are militants and they are rebellious. >> yes, but after 50 years of very peaceful campaigning which
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was rejected and pushed away and september under the carpet and just being denied, denied, denied. >> reporter: but they don't just throw rocks and hold rallies. they set off bombs. >> yeah, yeah. blow stuff up! >> reporter: yeah, they blow stuff up. are they terrorist in some way? >> not in the modern day sense because they were very clear that no human life should ever be in danger. they never risked their own lives. >> never surrender. never give up the fight. >> reporter: these suffragettes face police brutality and losing their jobs and jailed multiple times. why was it important to show all of that? >> i think because we have had such a sanitized version of our history. i left school and i voted because my parents voted, but i didn't really understand the weight of what i had with my vote. >> reporter: the film already sparked a strong reaction at its uk premiere where they lay down
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on the red carpet. you said you thought it was awesome. >> yeah. we felt kind of excited by that. i think, you know, again, being part of a film that sparks debate and has people talking and snirs people to, you know, stand up and do something is great. >> reporter: how was it personal for you? >> it was sort of the first time that i felt really proud to be a woman. i kind of grew up with a brother, i was always a tomboy when i was a kid but i was surrounded by these really, really great strong, intelligent, thoughtful women and making this film that we all felt was so important and i felt really proud of that and really proud to be a woman and a feminist. >> reporter: inspired by her experience making the movie she got a tattoo attributed to emily davidon on. one of the first martors. she was killed after she threw herself in front of the king's
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horse on derby day. >> that one says love overcome us. when emily davidson died, they had a weekly magazine and her on the front cover and over her head a halo that said love will overcome us. >> reporter: why did you want that as a tattoo? >> i thought it was a jolt that would stay with me and it wasn't just a jolt. i think it will be stg smg that wi stand out really important to me for a long, long time. >> you can tell it meant a lot to her. >> she said, we know this sort of textbook version of american history and british history. some about when women gained the right to vote but when you watch this movie and learn more, i feel ashamed i didn't know all of the history. >> the passion and emotion. setting off bombs. >> to get the right to vote. it reminds you all take your vote seriously and use your vote what people fought to get the vote. >> why this movie is so important because so many people don't know that history. >> absolutely. you can go to "cbs this
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morning".com for an extra part of our interview. carey mulligan talks getting recent attention in recent days. sexism and pay equality and all that. >> what did she say? i know, go to website. >> she has an interesting take on that. >> thank you. cooking great known for crossing a cultural divide is back. charlie d'agata takes us behind the scenes in london. >> we are here with this the chef in his flagship restaurant noteby.,,
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♪ i'm hurting baby i'm broken down i need your loving now ♪ >> celebrated israeli-born chef tom agulandi is out with a cookbook tomorrow and based on his experience with his flagship london restaurant. he has already written four best-sellers but he is taking tans onfans on a detour. charlie d'agata is in london with more. >> reporter: nopi north of pick deli is what the name stands
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for. it's to challenge cooks at home. with the help of his head chef and latest collaborator, roman skully or skully he is affect n i nately known. there is more trial than error involved in creating the new dishes featured in the book. he discovered skully working in one of his kitchens. the big man with the congenial smile, in his word, who brought bold intense flavors with an asian flair with each new creation. >> grew up in asia. we have indian and chinese heritage in my mother's side. >> reporter: it was the knack of bringing those early influences together that caught the eye of otolangi. >> is it possible for you two to
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work together? you have your ideas and he has his ideas? it's taught me in a way too much on a plaet does nte distant hel. now he says make it simple and make the flavor comes out. the whole thing about this dish -- >> he said it was easy but it wasn't easy. like, he was used to formal restaurants so always 17 elements. can we lose something? he goes, all right, chef. very good. >> reporter: jerusalem-born o o ottolenghi teams up. the new cookbook includes 120 recipes of the restaurant's most popular dishes, an asian twist to ottolenghi's style. like quail here with butter
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scotch and walnut and pomegranate salsa. >> you want to make sure it doesn't overshadow the meat completely. >> he considers him a master gaining knowledge. >> for me, it was very much learning from skully. we constantly learn from people around us. >> reporter: you're open. not every chef is like that. >> i think probably the most -- the most brilliant chefs do absorb from their surroundings. >> reporter: or on maybe they don't admit it? yach >> yeah. they might not admit it. >> reporter: his previous cookbooks number mountain millions may find the new one more complex. he makes sure this is a restaurant cookbook featuring restaurant food and says the recipes may take more commitment but not out of the reach of amateur cooks. the quail took less than 20 minutes to prepare. >> that is what we try to bring
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to the home cooks. some recipes is more complicated and others simpler, but it's, overall, it's a slightly more evolved way of cooking. >> you're there to challenge your readers? >> we want to take them to the next step. >> reporter: it's about raising the game. dishes designed to impress guests that look harder to prepare than they were. delicious, delectable and doable at home. >> doable at home. quail with burnt but ttebuttersd pom grant sauce? >> that looks so good. john, would you think less of me if i started licking the tv screen? that stuff looks so good. >> i would be on the phone for emergency help if you did that. >> thank you, john.
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a demonstration ahead of what gayle isoken down i need what g when it comes to baguettes, france got left behind. >> how long is john staying, norah? >> i think this is his last day. >> the dough that is going the distance. that is next on "cbs this morning." my name is griselda zendejas. i love working in the salinas area because i always wanted to do something where i could help people around me. so being a construction supervisor for pg&e gives me the opportunity to give a little bit back to my community. i have three boys. they're what keep me going every day. our friends, families live in the area. and it is important for all of us that we keep our community safe.
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good monday morning, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it's 8:55. an east bay woman is dead, her older sister is dead, the shooting happened in rodeo over the weekend after the family says the sisters have been feuding four years of her finances. the transportation department is expected to unveil a new requirement for drone operators to register vehicles in response to dozens of near misses with planes at airports across the country. since last tuesday there have been 170 earthquakes in san ramon, a small, 22 happened in the last 22 hours. the largest of the last swarm measured magnitude 3.3. wow. 170. how about whether on a monday?
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here's roberta. we've had a mixed bag over the past several hours, anywhere to light drizzle two very foggy conditions. low clouds causing delays at sfo, up to 49 minutes on some arriving flights. but, wow, look at that. beautiful view from the tower, low clouds lingering across the bay with temperatures from 48 in santa rosa with fog, to 60 in san jose. later today, partly cloudy skies, everywhere a bit of a northwest breeze, 10 to 15 late day, 68 degrees for a course but in pacifica, 70s across the bay, peninsula into the midland areas, mild day. offshore flow setting up monday and tuesday with fire weather watch in effect. dry weather pattern through sunday. gianna in the house with traffic up next. [female announcer] for thousands of local foster children,
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morning from the traffic center, we still have an accident clearing out the bay bridge by the toll plaza. good news, it's pretty much wrapped up, chp getting it off to the side. still busy as you work your way toward the bay bridge. elsewhere, northbound 880, slower ride as you work into the maze, drivetime 33 minutes. new wreck reporting northbound 280 at saratoga causing a backup your life look at the bay bridge, and the san mateo brige, slow and go conditions as well both directions. drive times very heavy through
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the south bay and golden gate bridge doing all right out of marin.
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