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for others check back with us a little later for the morning news and "cbs thi it's tuesday, february 2nd, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." the first votes are in, and the race is on. iowa caucusgoers deliver a victory for republican ted cruz over donald trump while democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders are locked in a virtual tie. as the candidates pull out of iowa, wintry weather, storms, snow, and ice blows into the plains from the rockies. and countdown to kickoff. super bowl week gets under way as the broncos and the panthers talk pigskin in prime time.
captioning funded by cbs captioning funded good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. the first vote of the 2016 campaign, the iowa caucuses held some surprises and a common theme. photoer frustration. republican win bier while the race is historically close, hillary clinton is declaring victory. according to the numbers, vermont's bernie sanders is in a virtual tie with clinton. cruz for the time being stomped donald trump's momentum with a massive "get out the vote" and showi ining up and marco rubio a stronger showing right on cruz's
heels. >> reporter: he turned out according to evangelical and conservative leaders and it paid off. >> tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across iowa and all across this a great nation. >> reporter: cruz parlayed a strong turnout to overtake a humbled donald trump. >> we finished second. i want to tell you something. i'm just honored. we'll go on to get the rupp republican nomination and we will go on to easily beat hillary or bernie or whoever they throw out there r it was a employee for trump. >> reporter: other republicans who said they attended their first caucus, most supported trump. cruz won the vote of caucusgoers who described themselves as conservative and evangelical. the other story last night, marco rubio. >> we have taken a first step but an important step. >> reporter: rubio is seen as a
more alternative conservative. that may play a role in more moderate new hampshire. they hold its primary one week from today. major garrett, cbs news, des moines. as the results came in one republican dropped out. form former mike huckabee suspended his campaign. on the democratic side, hillary clinton and bernie sanders will likely bit iowa delegates. for your sanders it represents a huge comeback while for clinton it's yet another signal of a long campaign ahead. nancy cordes is following the democrats. >> reporter: hillary clinton was defeated eight years ago by barack obama, and this time she saw her lead of 43 against bernie sanders evaporate over the past few months. this caucus last night revealed
not just a generational gap among democratic voters but a real divide over which way the country should be headed. >> i stand here tonight breathing a big sigh of relief, thank you, iowa. i know we can create more good paying jobs and raise incomes for hard-working americans again. i know that we can finish the job of universal health care coverage for every single man, woman, and child. >> reporter: nearly two-thirds of caucusgoers were over the age of 40, and among them, clinton enjoyed overwhelming support. bernie sanders, a self-described democratic socialist, mattrshal very immense support against young caucusgoers.
>> i think the people of iowa have sent a very profound message to the political establishment, to the economic establishment, and, by the way, to the media establishment. >> reporter: 76% of his supporters in iowa want to see more liberal policies out of washington. >> this fight continues. >> reporter: a marginal showing from martin o'malley here prompted the former maryland governor to suspend his campaign before all of the votes were even counted. things won't get any easier for clinton. she trails sanders in the polls in new hampshire by as much as 20 points. the two of them will both start campaigning there today. nancy cordes, cbs news, des moines. cbs political news director and "face the nation" moderator john dickerson with more on what last night's vote means. >> a big night for ted cruz, the first to take on donald trump and come out a victor. for donald trump he has to hope his improvements will improve in new hampshire.
ted cruz, marco rubio now owns that title. he can claim his support was -- he was validated by the voters of iowa as he heads into new hampshire. on the democratic side, they fought it to a draw, which is a long way for bernie sanders to have come from when he was just in single digits in the polls, but for a campaign like sanders which relies on momentum, he was hoping for a bigger spark out of iowa. the contest after neighboring new hampshire are even tougher because they don't have as many liberals as they do in iowa and new hampshire. the race continues from iowa. i'm john dickerson, cbs news. coming up on "cbs this morning," we'll have more on the iowa caucus results and look ahead to the new hampshire primary. this morning a large winter storm is pounding the area to the great lakes.
heavy storms are predicted from colorado to michigan. blizzard warnings from nebraska, to south dakota, to iowa. it's the season's first big snowstorm in colorado where a third of the flights in denver were canceled. in kansas overnight temperatures dropped and snow accumulated. the world health organization declared the spread of the zika virus a global emergency. the mosquito-borne virus is suspected of causing a birth defect called microcephaly. >> the causes of microcephaly and other neurological complications constitute an extraordinary event and a public health threat to other parts of the world. >> the virus is spreading rapidly through latin america and the caribbean. the world health organization expects as many as 4 million cases in the americas by next year. coming up on the "morning news," escape plan. new details on how three prisoners made a violent getaway out of california jail.
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the "los angeles times" reports on new details in the orange county jail break. investigators say the three inmates got help from an accomplice on the outside who gave them tools and a ride to freedom. they also allegedly kidnapped a taxi driver and later got into a fight about what to do with him. >> inmate nayeri and inmate duong have a physical fight inside the hotel room at the motel in alameda in san jose. the information we have is the fight was about whether or not to kill the taxi cab driver and bury the bun. >> one of the escapees turned himself in, the other two were taken into custody after being spotted outside a whole foods. the comedian's lawyers are expected to ask the judge to throw out the criminal case. they argue cosby had a deal with the d.a. in 2005 that he wouldn't be prosecuted. at the time cosby admitted giving his accuser pills before an encounter in his home.
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the presidential candidates from both parties are the presidential candidates from both parties are on their way to new hampshire this morning following surprising results from the iowa caucus last night. ted cruz came out on top. surging, marco rubio. meanwhile it's a dead heat for the democrats. hillary clinton and bernie sanders are virtually tied. joining us now is cbs news director anthony. thank you for joining us. i know it's been a lodge night for you, anthony. >> it has. people are tweeting me saying they think i look exhausted. >> thanks a lot. you look a great to boost your confidence a little. let's start with republicans.
there's a lot of talk about whether donald trump is going to be able to get out his novice caucus supporters. how was ted cruz able to best him? >> trump did. for people who said it because their first caucus, donald trump did very well but ted cruz did even better. it's very clear what ted cruz was able to do was identify not just some new caucusgoers but a lot of very regular voters, a lot of people who would be reliable voters. he did very well with them and he did particularly well with people who called themselves very conservative. and that's sort of according to script. that was really his play book. >> so marco rubio, he really wanted to come in third and he did, but on the heels of donald trump. that's pretty good. >> it is. it's surprising it's a very strong third. >> it had him in the mid-teens. he exceeded that. with the primaries, it is not so much about the delegates. it's so often about beating or not beating expectations.
so for rubio politically that's going to beat expectations. >> speaking of expectations and the democrats we have bernie sanders basically neck and neck with hillary clinton. in terms of expectations she's expected to be the leader. he's expected not to. what does this all mean? >> what this means is there's a big age split in t democratic party. hillary clinton did better with the older voters as we expected. bernie sanders did well with the younger voters, obviously not quite enough to give him any kind of decisive win, but to get him to just about even. but there's also a split, too, among what voters wanted to see in a candidate. honest and trustworthiness. for cares about you, bernie sanders did very, very well. for electability even as voters told us going in, they wanted to see that as a candidate and that went for hillary clinton. >> thank you so much for talking with us. always a pleasure to talk to you.
>> thanks, anne-marie. coming up on "cbs this morning," the results of the iowa caucuses. major garrett speaks with ted cruz plus reaction and analysis. we'll hear from "face the nation" moderator john dickerson and we'll take you to san francisco where jeff glor will show us how the super bowl has evolved over 50 years. that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com forthis tuesday. i thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
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