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♪ captioning funded by cbs it's friday, january 6th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." cause for celebration. u.s. investigators intercept russian reaction after the hacking of the presidential election, and donald trump's surprise win. winter weather moves in for much of the country, dumping heavy snow in the northeast and record-breaking snow. and four arraigned on attacking the teen. >> president-elect is
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backtracking on one of his campaign promises that mexico will pay for a wall between the u.s. and mexican border. mr. trump and congressional republicans are said to be working on a tax plan to have u.s. taxpayers pay for the wall.
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the plan relies on existing legislati legislation, but congress would have to guarantee the money. that could force a showdown with democrats. meantime the president-elect tweeted the japanese automaker toyota faces a big border tax if it plans to build a plant in mexico. toyota has ten u.s. plants in the u.s. and its decision to manufacture sub compact cars will not affect the u.s. theresa may has concerns about mr. trum's stance on immigration. ahead on "cbs this morning," we'll talk with kellyanne conway, a counselor to mr. trump about his relationship with the intelligence community. and this morning two major storm systems are ready to hit the u.s. one will brirk flood and heavy snow to the west and the other snow and frigid temperatures to the southeast. this morning warnings stretched from utah to the carolinas and
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boston is suffering with more snow. some elementary students were strand at school when their buses got stuck. in california, the sierra mountains got up to 7 feet of snow in a day and a half. eric fisher at our boston station wbz, has more on the big systems. >> it's amazing to think in california some mountains have seen over 80 inches of snow and rain in spots. that's the small storm this week. as we look toward saturday, sunday, and monday, we'll be calling it an atmospheric event. it's a plume of air that has a lot of water in it. at least 4 inches of rain for many and several feet of mountain snow. this could really deliver prolific amounts. when you get into those yellow shadings, you're talking over 5 inches of rain. you notice the firehose event.
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snow, mainly above 7,000 feet. by the middle of next week, get this. so far in the month of january, some mountains will have picked up over 200 inches of snowfall. very good news for the drought but avalanche warnings are going to be needed. friday night into saturday a mixture of snow and ice moving across north gentleman heading into the state of north carolina and into virginia. this is where we'll see the highest accumulations of snow and ice, and we could be seeing up to a half foot of snowfall. the hardest hit will be north carolina up to the tidewater region of virginia. other news, as we head into saturday morning look at the temperatures falling. by sunday morning it is really cold out there, especially where there's snow on the ground. which means the snow and ice is another going to melt and the
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roads are going stay treacherous throughout the weekend. i'm eric fisher, meteorologist for the cbs news, stay safe. the four streamed a vicious attack against a mentally disabled man on facebook. police say the victim is traumatized. president obama condemned the attack. >> what we've seen as surfacing a lot of the problems that have been there a long time, whether it's tensions between police and communities, whether it's hate crimes of the despicable sort that has just now recently surfaced on facebook. >> roxanna s a aberi has more. they're at the hands of the suspects charged with hate crimes. the attack was shared live on facebook. it shows the victim bound and
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gaged crouching in the corner of a room. police say his parents dropped him off at mcdonald's on new year's eve to meet jordan hill. officers say hill and three others held him for two days forcing him to drink from a toilet, kicking and cutting him. >> the actions in that video are reprehensible. >> the suspects shouted racial slurs and shouted donald trump. >> he was able to escape when the downstairs neighbor calls the police complaining about the noise upstairs. >> reporter: the suspects are identified as jordan hill, tesfaye cooper, brittany covington and her 24-year-old sister tanishia. all four are charged with kidnapping, hate crime, unlawful restraint, and battery with a deadly weapon. roxana sabei c bs news.
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today jurors will decide if roof gets the death penalty for killing nine black schur. members. the journal roof kept after he was arrested was admitted as evidence yesterday. he wrote that most whites are cowards and i would rather live in prison knowing i took action for my race than to live with the torture of sitting still. overseas now, it's believed kurdish militants detonated car bach at a police checkpoint in turkey. a police officer and court employee were killed in yesterday's attack outside a main court. they say a mush bigger attack was planned. this follows the new year's day shooting that killed 39 people at an istanbul nightclub. and four prisoners at guantanamo bay were released. it's believe they'd were held for 14 years without being charged. the obama administration says it
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has said it will try to clear as many guantanamo prisoners before he leaves office. and the search for malaysia flight 370 is expected to end this month. some of it has been recovered. it disappeared on a flight from kwal la lampur with 239 people aboard. hundreds of mexican people ransacked stores amid anger over hi this is the "cbs morning news." embarrassing gender mixup. this is the "cbs morning news." . neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair works... one week. with the... fastest retinol formula available. it's clinically proven to work on fine lines and... ...even deep wrinkles. "one week? that definitely works!" rapid wrinkle repair.
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is apologizing for a symbolic mixup, and the latest threat to planned parenthood. those are some of the headlines on the "morning news" stand. "the new york times" reports republicans plan to repeal obamacare and defund planned parenthood with a single bill. paul ryan was quickly condemned by the democrats. the texas tribune reports that state republicans are proposing a bathroom bill similar to the controversial north carolina law. it would force transgender people to use bathrooms in public schools and government facilities according to their biological sex. the measure would override local nondiscrimination laws. the "orlando sentinel" reports a permanent new tribute to the victims of the pulse nightclub mass care. 49 rainbow colored seating were unveiled in the stadium built
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for the soccer team. the tickets have already been sold to season ticket holders. the cover of a paper produced by the "washington post" sends a gasp. it shows a biological symbol for males on graphic in an upcoming women's march. they say this is how the cover should have looked. we apologize for the mistake. still to come, twitter takes a golf swing. the social media site partners with the pga tour to livestream. dogs bring out the good in us. pedigree brings out the good in them. feed the good. tomorrow's the day besides video games. every day is a gift. especially for people with heart failure. but today there's entresto... a breakthrough medicine that can help make more tomorrows possible. tomorrow, i want to see teddy bait his first hook.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. mexican officials say nationwide protests and looting have led to the deaths of four people including a policeman. there have been more than 700 arrests and at least 300 stores were ransacked. anger spread after a government deregulation plan boosted gas prices by 20%. on the "cbs moneywatch" now, another major retailer announces closings, and twitter shoots a hole-in-one. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. wall street pulled back a bit yesterday, dragged down by retail stocks and big banks. the dow lost 42 points. the s&p finished a point lower.
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the nasdaq rose 11 points closing at another all-time high. sears has announced it's closing 150 of its stores. sears has been losing money for years. its stock is down 48% in the last 12 months. sears has also announced it's selling its famous tool brand craftsman to stanley black & decker. sears plans to sell more tools outside of sears. 2016 was a record-breaking year for the apple apps store. the digital marketplace generated $20 billion in collective refr knew for all of its developers. that is up 40% from the year before. in december alone, customers made $3 billion in purchases from the app store. uber has a new diversity chief. bernard coleman has been the chief diversity officer for hillary clinton's presidential campaigning. he was actually the first diversity officer for a presidential campaign. uber has resisted releasing the
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demographics of its employees. coleman's job will be helping uber build a work-force that reflecting the work consumers want as customers. the pba started experimenting with streaming last year. the coverage will typically include pre-event analysis, interviews, and live coverage of the first two holes. anne-marie. >> all right. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. thank you so much, jill. still ahead, a television revolution. we'll show you a brand-new television with screens for your home that are so thin they're called wallpaper. most important parts with centrum. now verified non gmo and gluten free. why does your tummy go "grumbily, grumbily, grumbily"? no more questions for you! ooph, that milk in your cereal was messing with you, wasn't it? try lactaid, it's real milk, without that annoying lactose.
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morning... beginning at 4:30. good morning. it's friday, january 6th. i'm kenn,,,, here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. ound the country. tv makers have adopted the "you can never be too rich or
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too thin" philosophy. the latest screens are super skinny and very pricey. kara tsuboi checks them out at the latest electronics show. >> reporter: thin is in at the 2017 ces. how thin? the "w" stands for wallpaper. it's thinner than two dimes put together. >> ladies and gentlemen, that's one-tenth of an inch. >> reporter: the 65-inch model clocks in at only 18 pounds, light enough to hang with magnets. >> in five or ten years all tvs are going to be thin as they seem like they're part of a wall. >> reporter: the tvs are so thin wires and cable plug into a dolby sound bar is that provides dolby atmosound.
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>> in the living room and on the go, there are lots of opportunities to make it more immersive. >> reporter: what makes it thin is o.l.e. technology. organic light emitting diodes. >> it gives you superb picture quality. >> reporter: o.l.e. turns the whole screen into a giant speaker. >> so they have these little modules behind the tv so it creates sound. it sounds as if it's coming out of their mouth. >> reporter: they have a way to use the screens when the television is off. both lg and samsung showed off tvs that were framed as paintings. they showed off framed television screens that mimic paintings but you may need a fat wallet to pay for these skinny screens. expect to pay $10,000 when the tv goes on sale later this spring. in las vegas i'm kara tsuboi for cbs news. >> nice, but i might have to pass on that pass tag. coming up after your local
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morning's top stories. senior u.s. intelligence officials will brief president-elect donald trump on russia's interference in the 2016 election. cbs news has learned that u.s. investigators have intercepts of russian officials celebrating after trump won. mr. trump has repeatedly challenged the idea that russia meddled. and four african-americans charged with hate crimes in the beating of a mentally disabled white man in chicago are due in court today. the torture was broadcast live on facebook. the victim was beaten, taunted, and racial slurs were thrown at threatened with a knife. president obama called the attack despicable.
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the him and threatened with a knife. president obama called the attack despicable. the national institutes of health reversed itself on to deal with children with peanut adversities. the new advice is to feed babies with peanut-based foods. here's dr. jon lapook. >> reporter: these 4 1/2-year-olds share everything. their mother was given guidance. >> no injectigestiningestion at peanuts and no contact either because she had a contact allergy where if she so much as touched a peanut, she would break out into hives everywhere. >> reporter: but when her boy was born last year the plan was diverse. she was to feed him diluted peanut better starting at 4 months. >> he's been able to have it three or four times a week at
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home with no adverse reactions. now it's a big sigh of relief for all of us. >> not only are we saying it's okay, we're saying, go do it. >> reporter: dr. sampson has helped write the new guidelines. >> in these high-risk children, we need to get peanut into their diet early to try to prevent peanut allergy. >> reporter: high-risk babies are those with severe eczema, egg allergy, or both. it now is recommended as early as 4 mondays old. this regimen lowers the odds of a peanut allergy by 70% leading to the new guidelines. >> i wish something like this would cure the peanut allergy, but it's unlikely. i think with can significantly reduce the ant of peanut allergy. >> peanut allergy can be fatal, so it's very important for parents of children at risk to discuss with their pediatrician whether and,000 deal with peanut allergies.
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never give babies whole peanuts which can be a choking hazard. dr. jon lapook, cbs news, new york. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning" big changes at seaworld. as the famous shah mao show ends at the park. we'll see why critics aren't happy with the new show. washington's farewell address and actress cynthia erivo of the broadway hit "the color purple" joins us in the studio. that's the "cbs morning news" for this friday. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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hey, thanks for waking up with us! a live look at the by bridge. dare i say it? the calm, the quiet -- >> oh, oh!! >> the quiet ahead of the big rainstorm on its way this weekend. i never said calm before the storm.
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now we said it. good morning, it's friday, january 6. i'm kenny choi. >> and i'm michelle griego. we hate that saying! >> but i said calm, quiet ahead of the big rainstorm. >> you know what he is going to say? >> mother nature's acting up. mother nature. [ laughter ] >> mother nature! >> like roqui. [ laughter ] >> and "ro." acting up. >> what?! [ overlapping speakers ] >> i nearly called her roqui. >> i'm flattered. >> that's okay. my dog's name is roxy so i always call her roxy and her roqui. >> you love us both so much. >> i'm a mess. >> at 4:30 it's okay to be a mess. >> i noticed yesterday that everybody was out, they got their stuff done yesterday, they listened to you. the parking lots were full in the east bay. >> seriously? >> yeah! i couldn't find a parking space in the middle of the day! >> nice. >> that just made roberta's da


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