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continues. for others, check back with us a little later. continues. for others, check back with us a captioning funded by cbs it's friday, november 13th, 2015. this is the "cbs morning news." the united states goes after one of the most recognizable figures within isis. the executioner known as jihadi john is targeted in a u.s. air strike. donald trump unloads in a profanity laced stump speech in iowa, the presidential contender has his sharpest words yet with ben carson, comparing his opponent to a child molester. >> a child custody controversy in utah. the state takes a stand against a judge who ordered a foster
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child be taken from the lesbian couple carrying for her. rex ryan gets revenge on the team who fired him. he beats the new york jets but group of fans is angered over both teams' choice of uniforms. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. this morning, the pentagon is trying to determine if a u.s. air strike killed the infamous executioner known as jihadi john. thursday's air strike was carried out bay drone that targeted a vehicle in the syrian city of raqqa, an islamic state stronghold. johnathan vigliotti is in london with the details on this this morning. >> reporter: jihadi john was the international symbol of the brutality that is isis. he first appeared on an islamic state video last year wearing a mask, dressed in black, and holding a large knife. he spoke with a british accent. before executing american
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journalist james foley. the beheading video provoked outrage. it was the first of several brutal executions. jihadi john was identified as a british citizen, mohammed emwazi, last february. a former hostage described him as a psychopath. he was born in kuwait and moved to england as a boy and it's believed he left syria in 2013. emwazi is known to help in executions of these journalists and a number of other western hostages. he had been on the rhine for years. the u.s. launched air strikes against isis and syria last year. a number of senior isis members have been killed, but if jihadi's john's death is confirmed, he would be the best known. >> johnathan vigliotti in london, thank you. this morning in iraq, kurdish forces entered the isis-held town of sinjar. it began yesterday supported by
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u.s. air strikes. charlie d'agata is with the kurdish troops and joins us on the phone from sinjar. charlie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. i'm actually standing inside sinjar city. it happened a couple of hours ago. people on foot and kurdish forces started sneaking down the mountainside into the city itself and then dozens more followed, followed by hundreds after that. there is sporadic gunfire that rang out in several neighborhoods, especially to the west and east of the city. we are to the north. now, as i speak, now they are walking through the streets. hundreds of them are celebrating a victory. they are claiming a victory. they say sinjar is now cleared. this morning, we heard a lot of gunfire, but that may have been celebratory gunfire. you can see the level of destruction as we walk around here. several neighbors have been pinpointed by the u.s. air strikes to the north, specifically where whole neighborhoods have just been leveled.
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the same situation off to the east where isis is suspected to be holding out. now, it is still tense, because there's so much destruction, so much debris in the roads and in the streets, the concern now is that there may be trip wires and there may be pressure plates and there may be ieds. we heard one controlled explosion at one of these homemade bombs. the job now will be to clear out the city of these homemade bombs and boobytraps inside the buildings for the residents to be able to return. >> charlie, can you remind us about why this city is so strategically significant? >> reporter: yes. for two reasons. it's a strategic significance to the city because it sits essentially sits on a direct line between the two isis strongholds of raqqa and mosul in iraq. is there a highway that it straddles. now the kurdish forces have essentially cut off the crucial
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supply lines between those two big cities and driven a wedge. symbolically, it's important because this is the city where a group was driven out and their horrible stories about massacres and rapes going on inside the city. many people fled to a mountain in sinjar, where we were. and this is where the u.s. military, 14 months ago, decided enough is enough and started their air campaign because of what happened here in sinjar. >> charlie d'agata in sinjar, iraq, thank you very much. today is a national day of mourning in lebanon. islamic militants say they are responsible for two suicide bombings that killed at least 43 people yesterday and over 200 others were wounded. the bombers struck a hezbollah stronghold in southern beirut. speaking in iowa, donald trump reluctantly divulged his plan for taking care of isis. >> isis is making a tremendous amount of money because they
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have certain oil caps, right? they are certain areas of oil they took away. they have some in syria, some in iraq. i would bomb the -- from them. >> trump said he had to reveal his strategy because people didn't believe he had a plan to take on isis. trump also ramped up his attacks against rival ben carson and the three democratic candidates are getting ready for tomorrow's debate. don champion is in new york with more on that. good morning, don. >> good morning. >> reporter: for more than 90 minutes, trump railed against his rivals in the race yesterday. his harshest criticism was for fellow front-runner ben carson. trump basically equated carson's childhood temper to the illness of a child molester. >> if you're a child molester, there is no cure. pathological, there is no cure. >> reporter: donald trump pulled no punches on the campaign trail thursday as he continued to pick apart ben carson's personal story.
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>> he went after his mother with a hammer! he hits a friend of his in the face with a padlock. he took a knife and he went after a friend and he lunged! how stupid are the people of iowa? how stupid are the people of the country to believe this crap? >> reporter: carson has called the questions over his past, quote, ridiculous. this late thursday, gop contender carly fiorina came to the neurosurgeon's defense on social media saying anyone can turn a multimillion dollar inheritance into more money, but all of the money in the world won't make is as smart as ben carson. trump's comments come as republican candidates continue to spar over immigration. florida senator marco rubio has called for a sensible approach. >> i don't think it's reasonable to say you're going to round up and deport 11 million people. >> reporter: hoping to counter rube's rise, ted cruz seized on the issue. >> i'm the only candidate
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standing on that debate stage who has never supported amnesty and, in fact, who led the fight to defeat amnesty in congress. >> reporter: on the democratic side, the stakes are high for bernie sanders and martin o'malley as they gd into saturday's debate in iowa. polls show hillary clinton far ahead of both contenders in the race. most democratic voters believe trump would be the hardest to beat come november. now, sanders did pick up a key endorsement thursday. he secured the support of the 200,000 member american postal workers union. it is the largest labor union to back him. a big boost he needs going into tomorrow night's debate. >> don champion in new york, thank you. "face the nation" john dickerson will moderate the democratic debate and we will talk to him coming up on "cbs this morning." you can watch the debate on cbs be beginning saturday night at 9:00/8:00 central. coming up on the "morning news." murder investigation. police in indianapolis track
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down clues in the killing of a pregnant pastor's wife. later, a mobster's bait. a verdict in a notorious "goodfellas" heist. this is the "cbs morning news." "goodfell "goodfellas" heist. this is the "cbs morning news." kind of medicine that lowers blood sugar. imagine what it would be like to love your numbers. discover once-daily invokana®. it's the #1 prescribed in the newest class of medicines that work with the kidneys to lower a1c. invokana® is used along with diet and exercise to significantly lower blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes. it's a once-daily pill that works around the clock. here's how: the kidneys allow sugar to be absorbed back into the body. invokana® reduces the amount of sugar allowed back in and sends some sugar out through the process of urination. and while it's not for weight loss, it may help you lose weight.
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miami to mexico. the coast guard sent a qatar and c-130. utah officials are challenging a judge's decision to remove a baby from a lesbian foster family. april hoagland and beckie peirce have five days to hang on to the baby they have your nurtured for months. they want to adopt the child but the judge ordered them to give up the baby. they say judge johansen wants the children raised by heterosexual parents. >> this is about sexual orientation and not what is best for the child. >> he has no other grounds but that. >> utah's child welfare agency says it will appeal the judge if the judge doesn't rescind his decision. another black eye for the secret service this morning. one of its uniformed officers faces charges after allegedly sexting someone that he thought was a teenager. lee robert moore was caught in a sting operation. he is accused of sending obscene images and texts. he has been put on administrative leave.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country.
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the recordings have emerged that a prominent right wing that a right wing christian speaker saying the "frozen" song "let it go" is furthering american's rebellion against god. though, after hearing it for the millionth time, i'm not so sure there is a god. >> i know how you feel. i have a little one at home and she sings it all the time. on the cbs "moneywatch," taylor swift beats a hater in court and gm's plan to sell chinese-made cars. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> reporter: general motors reportedly become the first american automaker to import vehicles to the u.s. from china. gm will start selling the buick envision a compact crossover in the u.s. next year, according to the "wall street journal." this comes as gm is waiting to hear if the uaw ratifies a new four-year deal. the union has come out strongly against plans to import cars from china. as expectations grow that the federal reserve will raise interest rates, stocks on wall street were sharply lower.
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the dow lost 254 points yesterday, the s&p finished 29 points lower, and the nasdaq fell 61 points. facebook is testing a any future. message that disappears in 60 minutes. the test is being conducted in france. users have an hour glass icon and their message automatically disappears in an hour. you can turn the feature on or off, depending on whom you're messaging. seen as a challenge to messaging app snapchat. walmart is doing away with what has been a staple of its black friday shopping. door busters. instead of doling out the super deals in stores at different times, they will be all available all at once. first online, then in stores. this will give online customers an early jump on sales. and a copyright lawsuit against pop star taylor swift has been dismissed. ♪ take it off take it off >> another musician jesse graham alleged swift stole most of the
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words from her hit song "shake it off" from one of his songs. a district court judge in california ruled there is not enough evidence to support the allegations. the judge invoked lyrics from another swift song. "we are never ever getting back together" in her dismissal and that is true. >> maybe the judge was a swifty? who knew? undercover swifties everywhere. >> exactly. you know what. a little humor in court never hurt anybody, right? >> yeah, exactly. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. on "thursday night football," it was rex ryan's return to metlife stadium. ryan was fired by the new york jets after last season. well, now he is coaching their division rivals the buffalo bills and, in his return, ryan exacts revenge. buffalo bills 19-point lead. then hold on to win 22-17. a stoked ryan talked after the game. >> you know, it doesn't feel that good. hell yeah, how do you think it
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feels? dang right. it feels great! >> a lot is being made this morning about those new nike uniforms that the teams wore. turns out that if you're colorblind, it was next to impossible to tell the teams apart! that is a little christmassy to me. ahead on the morning newsstand, a fun way to buy a car. we will show you the first fully automated vending machine that will give you a new ride in just minutes. coughing...sniffling... and wishing you could stay in bed all day.
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,,,, here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. students from hundreds of colleges and universities took part in the million student march yesterday. demonstrators called for free
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tuition, a 15 dollar minimum wage for campus workers and the cancellation of student loan debt. a gangster goes free in a case of a "goodfellas" heist and why to where to buy your next car from a vending machine. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the "los angeles times" reports the dean of students at california's claremont mckenna resigned. saying they won't doing enough to help students who felt marginalized. mary spelman wrote in an e-mail that she believes stepping down is the best way to end the division. the "new york daily news" reports on the acquittal of reputed mobster vincent asaro in the "goodfellas" case. a federal jury reached the surprise verdict thursday at his racketeering trial. prosecutors accused asaro of helping to plan the 1978 lufthansa heist retold in the hit movie "goodfellas." the 6 million dollar armed robbery was called the largest in u.s. history. >> what are you going to do? >> what am i planning to do? have a good meal and see my family.
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>> evidence included secret recordings of asaro complaining he didn't get his share of the heist money. the "austin american statesmen," reports that a 18-year-old committed suicide using cobra bites. his body was found in july. an autopsy found that the man had several bites on each arm and no evidence he tried to defend himself. the report says the man had a history of suicidal thoughts. "the tennesseean" reports an online auto sales company repurposed the vending machine on a grand scale. check out this first of its kind fully automated vending machine tower for use on cars in nashville. customers can buy a car online in less than 20 minutes from carvana and pick up the car at the vending machine. yeah, the real deal. the "san jose mercury news" reports police pulled over one of google's self-driving cars for impeding traffic going 24 miles an hour in a 35 zone.
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police in san jose, california, want your help in catching these two burglary suspects. they were seen on home security video raiding the refrigerator during a break-in in august. a third man was arrested shortly after the burglary. but the trail has gone cold for the other two suspects. hungry work. here is another look at this morning's top stories. a u.s. air strike in syria targeted the islamic state terrorist known as jihadi john. he participated in the isis video showing the execution of u.s. citizens and others. republican presidential candidate donald trump lash you
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-- lashed out at rival ben carson. carson self-described his pathological temper when he was young to a child that can't be cured. a stark result of climate change. a glacier in greenland is melting at a dramatic rate in the past decade. warm temperatures are known for shrinking the glacier known as zachariae isstrom. it is -- if it were to completely melt, it would raise global sea levels by more than 18 inches. there is no estimate on how long that will take, though. a former army captain who tackled a suicide bomber in afghanistan was awarded the nation's highest military honor. president obama presented the medal of honor to retired captain floent groberg. he is known as flo, known as the man walking backward with a bomb strapped to his chest. >> what he did was anything but
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extraordinary. he grabbed the bomber by his vest and kept pushing him away. >> the bomb killed four americans but groberg's actions saved many others. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," the lawsuit by a popular burger chain in-n-out against a start-up delivery company. we will get details. plus we will you take the gulf of mexico where ground breaking shark tagging is being done. and gayle talks with soul singer judith hill. ahead of cbs's coverage of the demo ebate tomorrow, stephen colbert got a preview on "the late show." for more on what we can expect from john dickerson, please elcome live via sat iowa, the late show resident expert, john dickerson. john, you're co-host is twitter. what does that mean two the debate on saturday night? >> we will ask people to questions and send them in and maybe we will ask those questions to the candidates and we will watch what people are saying while the actual debate is going on. >> how many of the millions of twitter questions will you be able to use during the two-hour debate?
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>> it depends. if they are really good, we will use them and if they are not so good, we will maybe use them afterwards. >> as kindling? >> yeah. to sharpen our discussion of the post-debate analysis. >> you can see john face the candidates tomorrow night at 9:00/8:00 central on cbs. that is the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. ,,,,
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your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. good morning. a live look at the golden gate
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bridge this early morning. a few cars on the road. stuff going on already. it's friday, november 13, i'm michelle griego. >> friday the 13th. how about that? >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. it's 4:30. a very special day because it's liza's birthday! >> oh!! >> liza battalones's birthday! >> you didn't know i do that, gotcha! >> 32rd? >> 23rd? >> numbers in there somewhere. times two, maybe! [ laughter ] >> happy birthday. >> hey, roberta. >> how many times do you have your birthday on friday the 13th? triskaidekaphobia! temperatures cold but not as cold as they have been. 30s inland away from the bay, 48 degrees away from oakland, 43 in mountain view. for liza's birthday lots of sunshine and warming up because there's so many candles on that

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