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from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm elaine quijano. ♪ >> it's tuesday, january january 50, 2016. president obama delivers a parting shot on gun control, using executive orders to expand background checks on fireman purchases. wild weather from the coast to the plains. flood waters rise in the mississippi, while a string of storms, powered by in an empty parking lot hours after someone
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stole the car she was in. >> are you okay? come here. come here. >> good morning from the pseudo57 headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. later today, president obama will officially unveil the actions he is taking to control gun violence in this country. mr. obama says the executive orders are well within his legal authority. news of the expanded background checks is being applauded by gun control advocates. brian webb is here in new york with the details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. "cbs news" learned the president's plan includes hiring 230 new background checks and creating a budget for investigators at the atf. president obama delivers remarks at the white house this morning,
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outlining plans he intends to take to tackle gun violence without congressional approval. at the top of the listing, a measure requiring change a fede privacy rule to keep people with mental health restrictions from possessing guns. >> this is not going to solve every violent crime in this country. it won't prevent every mass shooting. it will potentially save lives. >> reporter: it isn't sitting well with gun owners. >> it was stalin, all great leaders at one time have taken guns away, to start controlling the populous. that's what this is all about. >> reporter: some gun advocates disagree. >> i don't think our founding fathers ever meant that should
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mean that suspected terrorists can get their hands on guns. >> reporter: the issue is also dividing candidates vying for the white house. >> i am very pleased president obama will be taking action in the next week or two. >> it shouldn't surprise us that in the final year of his presidency, president obama is committed to continuing to abuse his executive power. >> reporter: republicans in congress are already threatening to take up the matter with the supreme court. the white house maintains the measures would withstand any legal challenge. the president says these steps are kouns tushl and consist with the 2nd amendment. they will be tested in congress and for a vote. gun-related stocks moved higher ahead of the president's announcement. investors expect the news will mean a quick spike in gun sales before the new rules are implemented. stocks of smith and wesson jumped nearly 6% and republican
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presidential candidate donald trump is blowing off criminal of his new tv ad. the first one for him. it starts air income iowa today. in the ad, a far rate tore talks about trump's plan to build a wall on the border with mexico to stop illegal immigration. the company video shows dozens of people streaming across what is implied to be the u.s. border. it's actually video from morocco in africa. trump says, that's irrelevant. >> that was just video footage, a display of what our country is going to look like. we're like a third world country. we're a dumping ground, so you can take it anyway you want. it's merely a display of what a dumping ground is going to look like. >> reporter: trump does not believe the video is misleading. in new hampshire, bill clinton refused to engage donald trump. the former president was making his first solo appearance on behalf of his wife's campaign. he says nothing about the gop front runner while making the case for his wife. >> i do not believe in my
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lifetime anybody has gone for this job at a moment of great importance who was better qualified by knowledge, experience and temperament to do what needs to be done now to restore prosperity. >> clinton says his wife offers the best plan to restore prosperity. so far, federal law officials have made no move to confront a group of protesters occupying a wild life preserve in on the ground. about 20 protesters have taken over the preserve about 300 miles from portlan t. anti-government demonstrators say they want to hear from federal officials within four days. >> reporter: the group that sized this national wild life refugee in eastern oregon gave itself a name today. >> citizens for constitutional freedom. >> reporter: their leader and other protesters began their
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armed occupation saturday for the reincarceration of two rancher ranchers. >> we have a lot of work to unwind the unconstitutional land transactions that have taken place here. >> reporter: the hammonds checked back into prison after a federal judge ordered they have not served a five-year minimum on their property that spread to government land. they were convicted under an anti-terrorism law. >> my uncle and my cousin are the farthest thing from terrorists. >> reporter: the family distanced themselves from the protest. monday night nay had enough for the occupiers. >> the hammonds have turned themselves in. it's time for you to leave our community. >> reporter: protesters say the occupation is bigger than the hammonds. they say the federal government has been pers kuth land owners here in the land for years. >> reporter: they were disputing land in 2014 that turned
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violent. adam bundy says he has no intention of using violence against the police, but he is asking others to join his cause. "cbs news," burns, oregon. in the mid-west, record setting flooding that overran the st. louis area last week is moving south. the high water claimed dozens of homes and businesses. water continues to rise in southern illinois where levies are saturated. officials warn of a dangerous situation. in california, folks are getting recalled for el nino-induced storms that lined up over the mississippi. weathercaster jackie johnson of our los angeles station says nearly the entire west coast will be impacted by the severe weather. a strong winter storm system is pounding the west coast today. in fact, these are all of the warnings and advisories that are in place in the pacific north west. a high surf advisory is in effect anywhere from 20 to 24
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feet a. winter weather advisory is in effect for the mountains for five inches of snow and strong winds. but speaking of snow, winter storm warnings are in effect for the sierra mountains. including mammoth. winds gusting 80 to 100 miles an hour in the ridges. and in southern. ka the concern is the flooding. flash flood watching is in effect for heavy rain and thunderstorms as well as winter storm warnings for the mountains and high surf advisories. now as soon as this fast moving strong storm moves out, another one is on the way for wednesday. jackie johnson for "cbs news," los angeles. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will discuss the severe weather and the el fineio then yo /* /- neno. michael slaerg was released
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. a tragic and deadly bus fire this morning in northern china. amateur video captures the bus engulfed in flames. firefighters put out the fire in ten minutes, but 14 people were killed and more than 30 were injured. the cause is under investigation as police are searching for a suspect. well, fox news anchor megyn kelly opens up about donald trump and the man dubbed the new jihadi john makes the headlines on the morning news stand t. washington post reports on britain's dismissal of a new video from isis. prime minister david cameron calls the terror group new message desperate. it shows the execution-style kill
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tensions between sunni-led saudi arabia and shy right-ruled iran. the daily mail reports, a california woman confronted a starbucks worker who allegedly stole her credit card information. >> we got you on camera yesterday. you sold $12. you know the cops are coming up here. >> the woman says the 19-year-old cashier copied her details when she came through the drive through on new year's day. in the video, she admitted using it to buy $212 in groceries. she has since been fired. and "vanity fair" profile this month is on megan kelly him she claims donald trump tried to woo her before launching his presidential bid. she recounts in preparing, she questioned trump on negative remarks he's made towards women. still ahead, a facebook
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message for young women. ceo mark zuckerberg encourages girls to embrace their text size. later, the cop captures the moment a missing girl is found safe. . e. love at first taste. i would liquefy it and bathe in it. curse you, brookside! your nefarious plans have succeeded. .
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>> mark zuckerberg's resolution is to build an artificial intelligent the him that controls his entire home. meanwhile, i'm determined to give up sweets. we're basically the same person. >> basically. on the cbs "moneywatch" more from mark zuckerberg talking nerdy to young ladies and general motors makes an investment in an uber rival. first will the market jitters that kicked off 2016 continue? jill kwagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie, stocks in asia remained lower after yesterday's speed losses t. shanghai composite lost a quarter percent a day after dropping 7% remember japan's nick xa dropped half a percent. on wall street the dow flung 276 points t. worst block in two weeks t. s&p finished 31 points.
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the nasdaq fell 104 points. well over 2% t. justice department is suing volkswagon over a cheating on a test. this has to do with the cheating computer software installed on 600,000 diesel cars and trucks. volkswagon's actions involved pollution. volkswagon can face fines in excess of $18 billion. general motors is taking on ride service uber. they invested in uber driver lyft. it is the largest in a service yet. the partnerships can eventually lead to an-demand self driving cars. initially, it can mean lyft can rent gm vehicles. and advice for young women, from facebook ceo mark zuckerberg. be the nerd. don't date the. zuckerberg was commenting on a
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post from a grandmother who implored her granddaughter to date a nerd that might turn out to be the next zuckerberg. he says girls that strive to be the next investor face a gender imbalance. at facebook seven out of ten employees are men. be the nerd. good advice. >> jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thank you. ahead on "cbs this morning," the fast food price war heats up. it seems like mcdonald's and burger king offer low cost combo meals. but up next a missing girl is found safe. a police camera captures the moment when a little girl is discovered hours after shelves taken be acarjacker. with alzheimer's means i am a lot of things. i am his sunshine. i am his advocate. so i asked about adding once-daily namenda xr to his current treatment for moderate to severe alzheimer's. it works differently. when added to another alzheimer's treatment,
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unveils his controversial n executive actions to combat violence. our washington insider weighs in. join us for kpix 5 news this morning... beginning at 4:3 ,,,, . here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country.
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sweet heart, are you okay? come here, come here. >> an albuquerque police officer found the missing three-year-old girl safe but scared after her mother's car was stolen with her inside. she was discovered early sunday nearly five hours later in a parking lot about three miles away t. officer who found her is a father of three, himself. >> i'll be honest, i'm going to start crying, i was happy that we were able to find her. >> police are still searching for the man that found the car and left the girl out in the cold all alone. to sports now, the nfl is getting close to making a return to los angeles. on monday the san diego chargers, oakland raiders and st. louis rams filed to relocate to l.a. for the start of next season. the nfl owners will vote on a
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potential move next week. pro-football hasn't been played since 1994 when the rams and raiders both left town. tom could have lynn led the new york giants to two super bowl victories. he won't get a chance at a third. coughlin stepped down. in his 12 years with the giants, coughlin took the team to the playoffs nine times. at 69, he was the oldest coach in the lead. coughlin has not said whether he was retiring. the pittsburgh steelers have a wildcard date with the cincinnati bengals on saturday night. they're trying to make it to the super bowl 50 on february 7th and the only place to see the super bowl is right here on cbs. and a wild game between college basketball's top two teams, 2nd ranked oklahoma around "cbs this morning,"
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olympic star lolo jones. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." i don't have like a pair of jeans i'm trying to get into; i've been down that road honey child. and i don't have like a dress or some big red carpet thing i have to do. im really just looking at 2016, as the year of my best body; that's what i want for you too.
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lets let 2016 be the year of our best bodies.
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,,,,,, >> a new study came out. it reveals some dangerous side effects from child birth. they include pelvic injury, muscle tears and children. >> don't forget about bills, lots of bills as well. speaking of that, a couple of us will get acquainted with that.
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rare identical tripments are waking up at home for the first time this morning. the girls were born last month in houston, texas. yesterday, they left the hospital. our houston affiliate reports. >> reporter: meet the harris girls. addison, savannah and kingsley with parents in tow. >> they sit there, they make the same noises, they do the same thing. >> they have their own language. >> reporter: mom and dad still taking it all in. >> we are prepared. we're way outnumbered now. >> reporter: outnumbered, thanks to rare identical triplets that arrived several months after the doctor told the mom she was only having two. >> they were in the same placenta. she knew they were going to be adent cal. >> reporter: mom was getting used to the thought of having twins, she came back to a sec ultrasound a couple weeks later. that's when the doctor delivered news that was more unexpected. >> she said there was a third one.
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>> she said, there was the third. her arm went of her head and went back. i'm going, it will be okay. it will be okay. >> reporter: they were born ten weeks premature. spent a month at memorial hermann southeast and are set to go home. even though they have the same name. parents are working on other ways to tell them apart. >> we got ankle bracelets. we will color coordinate them. hopefully, they don't get mixed up. >> the chances of that happening she says will be as rare as the triplets herself. >> i never thought i'd have triplets. and in japan, a big fish the winning bidder was the owner of a chain of sushi restaurants. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," the
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legal strategy in the case of the so-called affluenza teen as he remains jailed in mexico. we'll get the latest. plus, viewers of the netflix "making a murderer" have details of a killer. olympic star lolo jones joins us in studio. >> that is the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. . ,,,,
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good morning. it's tuesday, january 5th. i'm michelle griego. taking a live look out at the golden gate bridge right
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now it is wet. be careful as you head out the door. good morning, everyone. it is tuesday, january 5th. i am michelle griego. >> hello, everyone. i am frank mallicoat. it is 4:30 on the nose. >> and you can expect to see more scenes like this throughout the week. this is what the bay bridge looked like this morning with steady winds and rain kept people caution across the span. >> and there is similar weather all around the area. you can check out the areas on kpix.com. >> and you can see the affects of recent rains all over sonoma valley. >> two people will be very busy, giana and roberta. the roads are a mess. storm number one or three or four? >> yes. yesterday we received half an inch of rain in the

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