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captioning funded by cbs captioning funded by cbs it's thursday, november 5th, 2015. this is the "cbs morning news." was the russian jetliner brought down by an act of terror? u.s. and british security officials believe the crash in egypt may have been caused by an onboard bomb. backlash against nbc. protesters demand the network drop donald trump as the host of this weekend's "saturday night live." the uber passenger caught on camera attacking his driver says he is sorry, but will the apology be accepted? good morning from the studio
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57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. there are no final conclusions, but this morning, british and u.s. officials say there is indication that the russian airliner that crashed in egypt may have been brought down by a bomb and sources say islamic terrorists may have been to blame. johnathan vigliotti is in our london newsroom with the latest. good morning, jonathan. >> reporter: good morning. egypt's president is in london today for a previously scheduled meeting with officials. the uk's decision to suspend flights after saturday's deadly plane crash will likely be a part of that discussion. meanwhile, the bodies of 140 passengers have been recovered from the egyptian desert. mourners gathered in russia today to say good-bye to one of the 224 victims killed in last weekend's plane crash over egypt's sinai peninsula. the first funeral comes as authorities continue to
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investigate what brought the plane down. u.s. intelligence officials there is a possibility isis or an affiliate planted a bomb on the flight, but some experts caution more information is needed. >> either forensic evidence, bomb residue or bomb fragments, or conversations among isis members that are specific enough to give you confidence that they were actually in on the plot. >> reporter: isis has insisted it did cause the crash, releasing an audiotape wednesday daring investigators to prove otherwise. the flight was traveling from sharm el sheikh to st. petersburg, russia, when it broke in part mid air 23 minutes after takeoff. after an abundance of caution, officials in the uk have suspended flights from the egyptian resort, stranding thousands of passengers. >> we have to put the safety and security of british nationals above all other considerations. >> reporter: authorities in russia have questioned whether isis is to blame.
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the country has been carrying out air strikes against a group in syria and now plans to send anti-aircraft missiles to syria to protect russian military forces in the region. there are about 20,000 british tourists stranded at the holiday resort town. uk officials say they are planning emergency measures to evacuate them. >> johnathan vigliotti in london, thank you. the race for the republican presidential nomination is coming into focus this morning. a new fox news poll shows four candidates pulling away from the crowded field. donald trump leading the way with ben carson in a close second. while senators ted cruz and marco rubio are both tied with 11%. trump is hoping a big television appearance this weekend will help widen his lead. don champion is in rockefeller center here in new york. don, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. donald trump is scheduled to be the guest host of "saturday night live" this weekend, while
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millions are expected to tune in, nbc faces pressure this morning to, once again, dump trump. >> donald trump has got to go! hey, hey, ho, ho! >> reporter: demonstrations outside nbc headquarters on wednesday. a coalition of advocacy groups are calling on the network to cancel donald trump's appearance on "saturday night live." they say they have 500,000 signatures supporting them. >> all they are doing by inviting donald trump is attacking their ratings and that is the most important thing they care about right now. >> reporter: trump kicked off his presidential campaign by >> reporter: trump describing illegal immigrants as rapists and drug dealers and he is already use "snl" to attack his political foes. he takes a shot at his competitors. >> because of equal rules for television mr. trump can only speaker for four seconds in this
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promo. >> let me just say this. bern carson is a complete and total loser. >> reporter: however, carson is drawing controversy of his own. buzzfeed published a 1998 speech in which he refused archeologists saying the pyramids were built in accordance with a biblical story to build grain. >> my only personal theory is joseph built the pyramids in order to store grain. >> reporter: the former neurosurgeon tells cbs news he still holds that belief. >> the pyramids were made in a way they had hermetically sealed compartments. you wouldn't need hermetically sealed compartments for. you would need that if you were trying to store grain over a long period of time. >> reporter: marco rubio is talking about a credit card while he was florida's house speaker. trump has called rubio a financial disaster. >> the only debt i have in the world is a mortgage on my home. at a pretty good interest rate, by the way. so i don't know what he says. he says a lot of things. i can't respond to everything he says. i wouldn't be able to run a
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campaign. >> reporter: and back here at nbc, trump seemed to welcome the protesting. they will only boost for the ratings for saturday's show. nbc has yet to respond to a petition that was delivered here last night. it is worth mentioning that the network did sever business ties with trump this summer after his controversial comments. >> don champion at rockefeller center, thank you very much. coming up on "cbs this morning," presidential candidate and new jersey governor chris christie and his emotional plea on treating drug addiction. an investigation is under way into the death of a 6-year-old louisiana boy with autism who was killed after marshals opened fire on the car he was riding in. jeremy martis was riding with his father tuesday evening in central louisiana. his father chris few, was running after marshals tried to serve an outstanding warrant. few was backing into the
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officers when they opened fire. >> from all indications on my investigation at the scene came from the outside of the vehicle coming from the driver's side in towards the passenger side where the victim was located. >> the 6-year-old was shot at least five times. his father is hospitalized, in serious condition. a construction worker is being hailed as a hero this morning after he broke up a knife attack at a california university. a knife wielding student ran into a classroom at the university of california merced yesterday morning. he stabbed two students. byron price was working outside when he heard the commotion. >> i went to open the door to break it up and see if everybody was okay and they all screamed "run" as i opened the door. >> price was stabbed when he kicked the attacker. the suspect ran out and stabbed a school employee. he was shot and killed by campus police. all four stabbing victims are expected to survive. a man in san diego is in
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custody this morning after police say he opened fire from a rooftop apartment. the gunman held police at bay for more than five hours. a standoff interrupted air traffic at the san diego airport. the gunman eventually surrendered after throwing several weapons, including an automatic rifle, out of the window. investigators say an illinois police officer whose shooting death sparked national outrage wasn't a hero after all. lieutenant joe gliniewicz claimed that he was chasing three suspects back in september. the discovery of his body prompted a massive manhunt that came up empty. police say gliniewicz killed himself and that he had been stealing money from a youth program for seven years. >> thousands of dollars were used by gliniewicz for personal purchases, travel expenses, mortgage payments, personal gym memberships, adult websites. >> officials say gliniewicz killed himself because he was about to be exposed. two others are under
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investigation. coming up on the "morning news." a high school football tragedy. a kansas teenager dies after collapsing during a game this week. later, netflix help parents in their nightly bedtime battle with kids. this is the "cbs morning news." welcome to the sleep revolution. all new emergen-zzzz. a natural way to power down. with melatonin plus vitamin c and other antioxidants. to work their magic while you sleep. don't just sleep, revitalize. new emergen-zzzz power down to power up. feel secure in your dentures... feel free to be yourself all day. just switch from denture paste to sea-bond denture adhesive seals. holds stronger than the leading paste all day... without the ooze. feel secure. be yourself. with stronger, clean sea-bond.
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twitter got rid of favorites and replaced it with likes. now, instead of stars, we have hearts. twitter users were heartbroken or as i still think of it, star broken. twitter claims they made the change because they thought the star could be confusing, especially to newcomers. yes. the concept that a gold star means good might, indeed, confuse newcomers to kindergarten. on the cbs "moneywatch," netflix has helped for bedtime battles with kids. and nasa posts a help wanted
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sign. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning jill. >> good morning. the e. coli outbreak linked to chipotle restaurants is growing. at least 39 people have been sickened by the bacteria in oregon and washington state. so far there is no progress in finding the souse. samples from ten restaurants are being tested. chipotle has voluntarily closed more than 40 of its restaurant. fed chair janet yellen says a fed rate hike is a likely. yellen says the economy is performing well including domestic spending. the federal considered raising a key interest rate at its two dunn day meeting that starts december 15th. yellen and comments pushed the stocks slightly lower. the dow lost 50 points and s&p fell 7 and the nasdaq lost 2. retail giant target is closing 13 of its stores across the country. target says the decision to close the store usually follows several years of decreasing profitability. those stores will close on january 30th, 2016.
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target has nearly 1,800 stores if you're a parent you know bedtime can be a challenge. that sleep time stall is a universal problem. now the streaming video provider netflix has something that could help. new five-minute videos based on the animated series "dyno truck." it can be offered to kids who want just one more show. >> nasa wants to know if you have the right stuff. nasa is hiring. they are currently 47 active nasa astronauts. the new group will likely have a chance to fly on the two new commercially made spacecrafts and they will be considered possibly beyond. >> i know i do not have the right stuff. i did a flight with the blue angels once and i threw up and passed out. >> whoa! >> i think i am disqualified. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. >> still to anchoring.
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a kansas high school football player dies after collapsing during a game. a suspect in the stabbing of an american hero. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. "the san francisco chronicle" reports on an arrest in the stabbing of a hero u.s. airman who helped stop a european terror attack on a train. air force staff sergeant spencer stone was knifed last month in sacramento. surveillance video captured the attack. police arrested james tran for attempted homicide. "the las vegas view journal" reports on a death sentence of a man convicted of triple murder on the las vegas strip. in 2013, omar harris opened fire into a car after a dispute. the car crashed into a taxi and burst into flames on the las vegas strip. the car's driver and two people inside the cab died in the fireball. "the wichita eagle" reports
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on a hoorl football player who died after collapsing during a game. 17-year-old luke schemm scored a touchdown when he ran to the sidelines and collapsed on tuesday. his father wrote that his son suffered trauma to the brain. he was taken off life support on thursday. since july, 11 reported deaths of high school football players, that is according to the national center for catastrophic sport injury research. the center says seven were directly tied to game injuries. "usa today" reports nasa has another big announcement plan later today about the red planet. the space agency says it will reveal key science findings about the fate of the martian atmosphere. in september, nasa announced it discovered the strongest evidence yet that water still flows today on mars. still to come, kick up your cowboy boots! big country music winners from last night's cma awards. and the crossover
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to school.. this morning-- why city leaders are now under fire.. plus-- police in san jose say this person is the prime suspect in a bank robbery spree.. how investigators say she's been able to pull off the heist. and-- the warriors win again.. we have complete highlights from last night's nail- biter against the clippers. join us for kpix 5 news this morning... beginning at 4:30. good morning. it's thursday, november 5. i'm
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here's a look oday's here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. let me tell you something, you little [ bleep ] [ bleep ]. >> the southern california man captured on this video viciously beating an uber driver is speaking out. benjamin golden is apologizing for the attack. golden lost his job monday as a taco bell executive and he is facing a lawsuit. stacy butler of our los angeles station kcbs reports. >> i've been trying not to read what is being said but, you know, i'm not -- i'm not that person. so if people could understand that, i would really appreciate it.
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>> reporter: in an exclusive interview with kcal 9 michelle jones, ben golden, the newport beach man beating an uber driver on this now viral video breaks his silence. >> it's not me in the video. you know? it's not me. and it was hard to watch and i'm ashamed, and what has taken me so long to talk to anybody is because i've been scared. >> reporter: police say it was golden who assaulted edward caban caban who told golden to get out of his car after golden couldn't give an address where he was going. we showed the video to edward caban. >> he says it's not him. it was him who had the first drink. it was him who made the decision to go out that night. it was him who made the decision to get into the uber. >> reporter: tonight, caban said any apology golden wants to offer isn't welcome. >> i don't trust him. because i am is not sure if he
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would feel the same way if this didn't go viral. i don't know if he is crying because he has been outed. >> reporter: golden is facing charges of assault and disorderly conduct and now is being sued by caban. caban told me he is afraid of golden. he said if he ever showed up to his front door to apologize, he would run. for cbs news, stacy butler, los angeles. it was a big night for country music as the cmas were handed out in nashville. ♪ for the second year in a row, luke brian won entertainer of the year. other winners included miranda lambert and little big town who won single of the year for "girl crush." the biggest performance was a duet between justin timberlake and chris stapleton. steal -- stapleton later stunned
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>> that was unavoidable. >> you drove it under water. >> quite wet. >> you drove it into a russian army while they were firing -- >> yeah, yeah, yeah. but i did bring it back with a full tank of gas. >> better get all of the insurance available. stephen colbert having some fun on "the late show" with daniel craig. krieg's latest james bond movie "specter" opens nationwide tomorrow. "star wars" is feeling the force. disney teamed up with a french department store to mount a christmas display. performers dressed as storm troopers and crowds lined up to see the window displays. "star wars" opens two days before the u.s. premiere in france. melissa matheson, screen writer behind one of the biggest box office hits of all time, has
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died. >> e.t. phone home! >> matheson's "e.t." is the story of a home-sick alien stranded on earth. stephen spielberg directed the iconic film. matheson was married for harrison ford for more than 20 years. they divorced in 2004. melissa matheson was 65 years old. a dog with a long way from home this week. a group of sailors spotted a labrador puppy paddling off italy's west coast. they called the dog over to the ship' bow and pulled it on board. it turns out she was on a ferry when she slipped out of her leash and fell overboard. the puppy is now back with her owner. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we will hear from a former member of secretive church where a teenager died last month after a vicious beating. plus, the fight against customer gag clauses that prevents you from posting negative reviews about a company. and boomer esiason joins us
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in the studio with a preview of "thursday night football." that is all ahead on "cbs this morning." finally this morning, it was carpool karaoke time on the late late show with james corden. last night, the host teamed up with pop star jason durolo and the duo took their act on the road when they jumped on a hollywood tour. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. ♪
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griego. your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. good morning, everyone. a live look at the golden gate
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bridge. 50 more shopping days until christmas. just so you know. [ laughter ] >> thank you. >> don't mean to bring you down. >> i have to sneeze. okay. good morning, everyone. [ laughter ] >> it's thursday, november 5. i think i'm all right. >> you had a moment. >> hi, i'm frank, everybody. good morning, it's 4:30. let's get you out the door with traffic. and roberta, you are numero uno. >> that's funny because i was just asking if anyone's allergies were bothering them. mine were bad yesterday. 3.2 the pollen count right now. it's the nettle and elm. heading out the door, it is the coldest morning so far this autumn season. 40s in the peninsula. 39 degrees. in livermore, 37 in napa. it won't get warmer today. temperatures uniform in the 60s. temperatures coming up

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