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another deadly church shooting. shots are fired inside a baptist church in texas. several are dead including the shooter. >> also tonight president trump approval rating remains at an historic low. as he begins an important visit to asia. >> on your mark! they're not running scared. tens of thousand race in the new york city marathon, just days after a deadly terror attack. >> new allegations of sixable misconduct against actor kevin spacey. the son of a celebrity comes forward. >> and lights, camera, wildlife. >> it was click, boom, mountain lion. my mind was blown. >> tracking an elusive star in the hollywood hills.
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>> announcer: this is the cbs "overnight news." i'm elaine quijano. this is the "overnight news." a small community in south texas was shattered by a deadly mass shooting inside a church. a gunman opened fire at the first baptist church in sutherland springs about 30 miles outside san antonio. the pastor's wife tells cbs news, their 14-year-old daughter was killed along with many friend. the shooter is dead following a police chase. omar villafranca at the scene. >> reporter: another mass shooting this one inside first baptist church in sutherland springs, a tiny town of several hundred. the gunman dressed in black with a tactical vest, i denltified as 26-year-old devin kelley parked his car at the gas station, crossing the the street and opened fire with a sporting type rifle on worshippers outside the church. killing two, before entering the
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church where he slaughtered 23 others. another victim died at the hospital. 20 others were injured in the attack. the victims ranged in age from 5 to 72. texas governor greg abbott. >> the tragedy of course is worsened by the fact it occurred in a church, place of worship. for these people were innocently gunned down. the gunman who served four years in the air force before receiving a dishonorable discharge fled in a vehicle after the attack. he later died after his vehicle was run off the road. one of the first victims identified was 14-year-old annabelle pomeroy, daughter of frank pome roy. they were out of town during the shooting. joanne ward, mother of four was also shot. along with three of her kids. a worker at a nearby convenience store says she heard over a dozen shots ring out. >> well we went running outside when we heard the shots.
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and then we looked at each other and said, i'm not going to be outside for bull tights fly. we heard ricochet. >> some victims were air lifted to local hospitals with gun shot wounds. people rushed to the scene to help the wounded. reverend paul bufford. >> my wife a nurse at the hospital, local hospital went into action. we have a deputy was in there that went into action. along with other people. we got ready. then weep just did what we do, we parade. >> president trump responded to the shooting during his trip abroad. >> ultimately they stopped the suspect and rendered immediate life saving aid to ser victims of the shooting. i will continue to follow the developments, closely, all of america is praying to god to help the wounded and the families of the victims. we will never ever leave their side. ever.
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>> omar villafranca, sutherland springs. >> witness day marks one year since president trump was elected. tonight the president is in japan. the first stop on his five nation swing through asia. a new poll out today shows mr. trump's approval rating at this point in his presidency is lower than any u.s. presidents in seven decades. just 37% approve of way mr. trump is handling his job. margaret brennan is traveling with the president. >> no one, no deck day tore, no regime, no nation, should underestimate ever american resolve. >> the warning to north korea was unmistakable. president trump's first stop in asia was this u.s. air base. >> should i put it on? >> where the commander-in-chief donned a bomber jacket in front of cheering troops. and renewed a pledge to defend
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japan. >> you instill confidence in the hearts of our allies, and you strike fear in the hearts of our enemies. >> tokyo needs that reassurance. in recent months, north korea has launched two ballistic missiles over its territory. uniteam was the message. as japan's prime minister, shinzo abe, warmly embraced mr. trump presenting him with campaign style baseball caps that said donald shinzo make alliance even greater. the two leaders then played nine holes of golf. while their wives had tea and went shopping for pearls at a high end boutique. >> the relationship is, really e e extraordinary. >> they met at a tokyo restaurant. >> we look each other. our countries look each other. don't think we have ever been closer to japan than right now.
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>> the president is in need of a boost at end of a tough week in washington. two trump campaign aides indicted as part of the ongoing russia investigation. one pled guilty. elaine, the president is expected to meet with vladamir putin later in the week. >> margaret brennan. thank you. let's bring in chief washington correspondent, and face the nation host, john dickerson. john, former interim chair of the democratic national committee, donna brazile admitted in her new book that she considered a backup presidential ticket, after hillary clinton fainted at the 9/11 memorial during the campaign. how does the infighting within the dnc affect the future of the democratic party? >> well, this book that donna brazile has written kind of kicks a bruise sitting there a little bit dormant in the public sphere. been there, fight in the democratic party since the 2016 election. this, this exacerbates the bite shows how real it is, disunity in the democratic party, no one
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kind of leader out of the pack. and it is probably not going to get resolved until 2020. >> well, you have two big gubernatorial races coming of in virginia and in new jersey. how do you think that, that disunity within the democratic party will impact the outcomes of upcoming elections. >> well the most important one or one everybody is looking and is very likely to overread but let's, is the one in virginia. because the virginia is a purple state. kind of trending blue. and it's now very close. and the question really at heart there is -- what kind of a race need to be run to turn out democratic voters. you need a message that realliener jiereally en really energizes them. and was the candidate in virginia good enough how to do that or a flaw in the, actual party. and that will be debated endlessly as we see the actual results. >> john dickerson. thank you very much for the insight. >> thank you, elaine. >> the cbs "overnight news" will be right back.
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this is the cbs "overnight news." the new york city marathon went off without a hitch today. just days after a deadly terrorist attack. here is tony dokoupil. new york city streets usually filled with cars and buses were instead filled with 50,000 runners at the new york city marathon. the course wound through the city's five boroughs with more than 2.5 million people looking on. afters to date's terror attack that killed eight people. the city deployed the largest security force in race history. police deployed canine units. metal detectors. barriers at intersections. rooftop teams. snipers and officers at the finish line. andrew cuomo addressed added
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security. >> trains, tunnels, bridges. airports. you will all, you will see, an increased presence of -- of, law enforcement at all locations. you will also see an increase in the amount of equipment. dogs, et cetera. >> mayor bill de blasio. >> we have people here from all over the globe. my message is we will keep them safe. >> despite the spirit of competition prevailed. >> was there any consider ration to pull out when you heard about the terror attack? >> no consideration at all. no, locked and loaded and ready to go. >> i have been apprehensive about running the marathon. i can't let it stop me. >> shalene flanagan won the women arace ending a drought for american women in the marathon. flanagan said tuesday's terror attack was on her mind the whole race. the first 23 miles as she trailed and the final push when she said she was running for all americans. elaine. >> tony dokoupil, tony, thank
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you. an anti-corruption crackdown in saudi arabia this weekend targeted some of the country any most powerful princes and businessmen. they include rivals of the heir to the throne, the crown prince. here is jonathan vigliatti. >> reporter: the arrests were announced on state-run television and featured some of the country's most powerful. among them, billionaire investor who owns or has owned major stakes in american companies. like citigroup, apple and twitter within of the world's richest men also outspoken. once getting into a 2015 argument with then presidential candidate donald trump. you are a disgrace not only to the gop but to all america. you will never win. he wrongly predicted. trump fired back. that dopey prince wants to control our u.s. politicians with daddy's money. the origin of that wealth, along with the fortunes of at least
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ten other princes are now under investigation. the crown prince, 32-year-old son and top adviser of the king. be boe both father and son greeted president trump last may. while the crackdown applaud by some as cleaning up house, others say it is the young prince's bold move to consolidate power. the fate of the detained royals and their assets are unclear. reportedly taken to the ritz-carlton hotel in riyadh where they're under house arrest. jonathan vigliatti, cbs news, london. actor kevin spacey is facing new allegations of sixable misconduct. the latest accusations come from a son of a celebrity. jamie yuccas is following this. >> reporter: the new allegations are from the son of ak terror richard dreyfuss who was in the room nine years ago when kevin spacey allegedly groped his son harry. harry dreyfuss gave an account
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for buzzfeed saturday. it happened when he was 18. he wrote in part the three of us were alone in kevin's apartment. rehearsing my father's lines. my father didn't see, and i didn't tell him about the incident for many years. a lawyer representing spacey told the website they deny the allegations. this isn't the first accusation against spacey for sexual harassment and assault. netflix cut ties with the actor friday night. just the latest in a string of high profile hollywood sexual assault or harassment allegations. dozens against producer harvey weinstein. actor alec baldwin in the middle of the weinstein controversy. baldwin accused of victim blaming after an interview with pbs news hour. >> you heard the room mr. that he raped rose mcgowan. heard that over. and nothing was done. nobody said anything. >> well, what happened was that rose mcgowan took payment of $100,000 and settled her case with him.
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for rose mcgowan to prosecute the case. >> mcgowan took to twitter. baldwin's comments were proof that no one cared. announced his barack from twitter saying never his intention to blame the victim and his heart goes out to any one affected by sexual harassment. >> thanks. >> up next is amazon getting ready to enter the drugstore wars selling prescription medications?
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and now, having expanded beyond books into delivery services, and lately groceries, amazon is sending tremors through a new target of opportunity. drug stores. amazon won't confirm such a move, but in recent months it won approval from 12 states to become wholesale distributor of pharmaceuticals and medical devices. stocks of rite aid, cvs and walgreen's took a hit from the hints. if the company thinks of looking in direction of a product or service it seems to have a ripple effect. >> rj hodavey -- >> it will take time. >> prescriptions are not books or records. as the the nation faces opioid epidemic the company would have to take care not to worsen the flood of pain killing medication. >> this isn't like a lot of industries they have gone after. more regulatory barriers, data sharing barriers to go through.
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>> you will be able to use amazon key. >> amazon raised security questions with a new service, am john? key. which enables delivery drivers to drop off packages inside your home with a special smart door lock. >> still, a recent survey by wells fargo found five of ten american adults would likely use an amazon pharmacy if they could. probably because amazon's previous entry into a particular sector has had two results. one, is lower prices. and the other is happier consumers. dean reynolds, cbs news, chicago. still ahead, we'll take you inside the 10-point coalition where religious leaders and former gang members have joined forces to reduce crime.
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with an automatic pistol on her hip as two young boys play in the yard. >> day make sure i'm safe. my children are safe. i do it. are you afraid to use it? >> i'm not. >> her father was murdered on the streets more than 20 years ago. but she says crime seems even worse now. >> makes you not want to be social or hang out have barbecues let your kids go to the park. >> with 149 murders 2016 set new record as a deadliest year ever for indianapolis breaking the previous record which had been set in 2015. but this group of preachers and ex-cons who walk the streets after the sun sets is part of a new approach off to fight back against the gangs and drug dealers. >> we put ogs on the street. >> original gangster. >> original gangster. former gang members. >> president of the ten-point coalition. >> we put them on the streets because they still have street cred. interacting with the young people and helping to redirect
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their lives. >> ten point has had remarkable success in the butler tarkington neighborhood. spans over a tenth of a mile. but had four homicides in two months in 2015. 10 point started patrolling there right after that. now the neighborhood has gone almost two years without a homicide. commander chris bailey of the indianapolis police department, took notice. >> my phone rang. and it was reverend harrison giving me information on a crime that occurred here. or, a potential incident that could occur. based on what they were seeing by walking around. >> ten point's goal is to expand their presence into other indianapolis neighborhoods. regardless of how dangerous they might be. >> are you ever afraid for your life? >> it's pretty stuff out here? >> well there are times when you are. particularly, when you hear the gun shots. >> reporter: fear may just be the driving force for the coalition. fear of losing another life to the streets. demarco morgan.
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cbs news, indianapolis. when we return, a mysteriou
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we end in the foothills of the santa monica mountains above los angeles. better known as the hollywood hills. home to the top dogs in show business and magnificent cats. mountain lions. carter evans tells us they have a cool new neighbor. >> i have hearden of many reports of mountain lions living up here. >> just didn't have the proof? >> exactly. >> high in the hollywood hills, con v conservationist was curious about wildlife in the urban jungle. put the camera here. left it here in june captured squirrels and deer. but earlier this week when he downloaded the most recent images. >> it was click. boom. mountain lion.
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my mind was blown. >> several mountain lions or pumas known to in habit the mountains. most are tagged and well documented. the big cat in this whik chur has no tracking collar nothing is known about its where abuts except it likely had to cross one of the busiest freeways in the country to got here. >> actually kind of amazing that we still have mountain lions in los angeles. >> seth riley ecologist with national park service which tracks the mountain lions says, they're not usually aggressive towards people. >> it is pretty clear mountain lions don't think of people as prey. because this mountain lion is seeing thousand of people every day. if it thought of people as prey it would have attacked some one. >> what is a concern is how the big cat will interact with the only other mountain lion known to stalk this area. he is called p 22 and became something of a celebrity when he was caught on camera, near the hollywood sign. and mountain lions are extremely territorial. >> if it is a male what happens
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between p 22, female. does they mate? >> regardless of what happens. citizens for los angeles wildlife or claw is trying to protect the last few wildlife corridors in l.a. including this undeveloped plot. >> why is this 17 acre parcel so important? why do you need this empty? >> this is potentially his living room or den. it needs to be, preserved. and, the hallways, the wildlife corridors, also need to be preserved so this animal can thrive. >> no one knows how long the animal has been living on this prime real estate. but for the time being at least this big city cat remains one of hollywood's more elusive celebrities. carter evans, cbs news, los angeles. that's the "overnight news" for this monday. for some of you the news continues. for others check back with us a little later for the morning news and cbs this morning. from the broadcast center in new york city. i'm elaine quijano.
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this the cbs "overnight news." i'm elaine quijano. this is the "overnight news." a small community in south texas was shattered by a deadly mass shooting inside a church. a gunman opened fire at the first baptist church in sutherland springs, about 30 miles outside of san antonio. the pastor's wife tells cbs news, their 14-year-old daughter was killed along with many friends. the shooter is dead, following a police chase. omar villafranca at the scene. >> another mass shooting this one inside first baptist church in sutherland springs, a tiny town of several hundred.
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>> reporter: another mass shooting this one inside first baptist church in sutherland springs, a tiny town of several hundred. the gunman dressed in black with a tactical vest, i denltified as 26-year-old devin kelley parked his car at the gas station, crossing the the street and opened fire with a sporting type rifle on worshippers outside the church. killing two, before entering the church where he slaughtered 23 others. another victim died at the hospital. 20 others were injured in the attack. the victims ranged in age from 5 to 72. texas governor greg abbott. >> the tragedy of course is worsened by the fact it occurred in a church, place of worship. for these people were innocently gunned down. the gunman who served four years in the air force before receiving a dishonorable discharge fled in a vehicle after the attack. he later died after his vehicle was run off the road. one of the first victims identified was 14-year-old annabelle pomeroy, daughter of frank pomeroy. they were out of town during the shooting. joanne ward, mother of four was also shot. along with three of her kids.
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a worker at a nearby convenience store says she heard over a dozen shots ring out. >> well we went running outside when we heard the shots. and then we looked at each other and said, i'm not going to be outside for bull tights fly. we heard ricochet. >> some victims were air lifted to local hospitals with gun shot wounds. people rushed to the scene to help the wounded. reverend paul bufford. >> my wife a nurse at the hospital, local hospital went into action. we have a deputy was in there that went into action. along with other people. we got ready. then weep just did what we do, we parade. >> president trump responded to the shooting during his trip abroad. tonight the president is in japan. the first stop on his five nation swing through asia. a new poll out today shows mr.
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trump's approval rating at this point in his presidency is lower than any u.s. presidents in seven decades. just 37% approve of way mr. trump is handling his job. margaret brennan is traveling with the president. >> no one, no dictator, no regime, no nation, should under estimate ever american resolve. >> the warning to north korea was unmistakable. president trump's first stop in asia was this u.s. air base. should i put it on. where the commander-in-chief donned a bomber jacket in front of cheering troops and renewed a pledge to defend japan. >> you instill confidence in the hearts of our allies. and you strike fear in the hearts of our enemies. >> tokyo need that reassurance. in recent months, north korea has launched two ballistic
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missiles over its territory. unity buwas the message as japas prime minister, abe, warmly embraced mr. trump. presenting him with baseball caps, donald and shinzo make alliance even greater. the two leaders then played nine holes of golf. while their wives had tea and went shopping for pearls at a high end boutique. >> don't think we have ever been closer to japan than we are right now. >> the president is in need of a boost after a tough week in washington. two trump campaign aides were indicted as part of the ongoing russia investigation. and another pled guilty. elaine, the president is scheduled to meet with vladamir putin later in the week. >> margaret brennan, thank you. the new york city marathon went off without a hitch today days after a deadly terrorist attack. here is tony dokoupil.
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new york city streets usually filled with cars and buses were instead filled with 50,000 runners at the new york city marathon. the course wound through the city's five boroughs with more than 2.5 million people looking on. after tuesday's terror attack which killed eight people, the city deployed the largest security force in race history. police deployed canine units. metal detectors. barriers at intersections. rooftop teams. snipers and officers at the finish line. new york governor andrew cuomo addressed added security. >> trains, tunnels, bridges. airports. you will all, you will see, an increased presence of -- of, law enforcement at all locations. you will also see an increase in the amount of equipment. dogs, et cetera. >> mayor bill de blasio. >> we have people here from all over the globe. my message is we will keep them
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safe. >> despite the spirit of competition prevailed. >> was there any consider ration to pull out when you heard about the terror attack? >> no consideration at all. no, locked and loaded and ready to go. >> i have been apprehensive about running the marathon. i can't let it stop me. >> shalene flanagan won the women arace ending a drought for american women in the marathon. flanagan said tuesday's terror attack was on her mind the whole race. the first 23 miles as she trailed and the final push when she said she was running for all americans. elaine. >> tony dokoupil, tony, thank you. an anti-corruption crackdown in saudi arabia this weekend targeted some of the country any most powerful princes and businessmen. they include rivals of the heir to the throne, the crown prince. here is jonathan vigliatti. >> reporter: the arrests were announced on state-run television and featured some of the country's most powerful. among them, billionaire investor who owns or has owned major stakes in american companies.
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like citigroup, apple and twitter within of the world's richest men also outspoken. once getting into a 2015 argument with then presidential candidate donald trump. you are a disgrace not only to the gop but to all america. you will never win. he wrongly predicted. trump fired back. that dopey prince wants to control our u.s. politicians with daddy's money. the origin of that wealth, along with the fortunes of at least ten other princes are now under investigation. the crown prince, 32-year-old son and top adviser of the king. both father and son greeted president trump last may. while the crackdown applaud by some as cleaning up house, others say it is the young prince's bold move to consolidate power. the fate of the detained royals and their assets are unclear. reportedly taken to the ritz-carlton hotel in riyadh where they're under house
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>> announcer: this is the cbs "overnight news." many of the most famous names in rock 'n' roll have either passed away or are certainly showing their age. one of them, "rolling stone" magazine. jan winter put out his first issue 50 years ago this thursday. right now, woboth are at a crossroads. anthony mason reports. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: it has been the cultural bible of babyboomers for half a century. the voice of the rock generation. ♪ ♪ "rolling stone" magazine is marking its 50th anniversary.
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with a new hbo documentary. a giant coffee table book. and a retrospective at the rock 'n' roll hall of fame. editor and publisher cut the ribbon for the exhibit which features a mockup of the san francisco office where he started it all. but in the middle of the celebration, wenner announced he was putting his baby up for sale. >> you have so successfully tied your name to the magazine it is very difficult for a lot of people see the two go different ways. >> i'm very flat tired hear that. very flattered to hear that. but it must live on its own. ♪ when the truth is found >> reporter: rolling stone was born in the summer of love. 1967. in the epicenter of san
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francisco's haight-ashbury. home to the grateful dead and jefferson airplane. ♪ don't you want some body to love ♪ ♪ you better find somebody to love ♪ >> a 21-year-old berkeley dropout, jan wenner thought the emerging scene deserved a magazine that took it seriously. >> how much practical experience did you have running a magazine? >> none. i've mean my experience had been in the editorial side only. but, a sense of how to get it out. i had no experience whatsoever. >> you borrowed $7,500. >> $7,500. my mom, motheren law. stepmother. friend of mine at berkeley. and ralph gleason. >> ralph gleason, hipster music critic for "san francisco chronicle" and wenner's mentor would suggest the name. >> ridgeal drawing? >> absolute original drawing. right. >> the first issue published
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november 9, 1967. >> you printed 40,000. >> 40,000 copies. >> first issue. and i, 35,000 were shipped back. >> the magazine had some shaky moments in those early years. >> my partner said, and it's true this day, he said the proof of how good an idea rolling stone is, is it survived jan's management of it. >> reporter: but he put together a roster of writers, tom wolf, and annie lebovitz her big break. there were other music magazines. >> why did you survive and they didn't? >> we were just better. honestly. >> but they didn't always get it right. in 1969, rolling stone called side two of the beatles abby road a disaster. ♪
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here comes the sun ♪ >> the first track is "here comes the sun." ♪ communication breakdown >> the same year the magazine said led zeppelin's debut was full of weak unimaginative songs. >> read that first rolling stone review. they mean us. >> in a 2012 interview the band was still smarting. >> i think it just went over their heads. >> went over their heads. >> absolutely so. absolutely. way beyond them. >> but wenner was determined to mainstream the counterculture. in 1971, john lennon granted him an interview. >> was a blockbuster nlts view. >> huge. because, kind of announced the breakup of the beatles. >> yeah. >> ln nennon insist sd the -- insisted the interview be only released in the magazine. wenner released it as a book.
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>> i felt he had every right to be angry. you know. >> but you felt you had a right to publish the book? >> we did have a right to publish the book, yeah. >> lennon never spoke to him directly again. still in 1980 on the release of double fantasy. he gave what turned out to be his last interview to rolling stone. the weekend before he was shot. annie lebovitz took the cover photo. >> logo. picture. nothing more to say. >> reporter: for rock stars and celebrities appearing on the cover of rolling stone magazine became such a status symbol it inspired a long. ♪ on the cover of rolling stone ♪ >> in sticky fingers, the life and times of jan wenner and
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"rolling stone" magazine, author joe haguen writes the the framework of american narcissism has its roots in wenne's pioneering magazine making. he also chronicles the then married editors, gay affairs, cocaine use, and frequent feuds. >> do you not like the picture of you in the book? >> it's not pleasant. no. not pleasant. >> wenner who kwop racooperated his support after he read the manuscript. >> it's nasty, negative. tawdry didn't deal with the joy of what we did was. how important it was. tried to make the thing cynical attempt at marketing and making money in a generation. in the end the guy compares me to donald trump. says i share responsibility with donald trump for the age of celebrity. it's -- >> as print struggled in the digital age, rolling stone has struggled to stay relevant.
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it has produced celebrated journalism like the 2009 article in which matt tiabbi called gold man sacks a vampire squid rapped around the face of humanity. but the magazine was forced to retract a 2014 story about gang rape at the university of virginia. that led to three libel suits. >> how much did uva hurt the magazine? >> it hurt a little. emotionally. >> a little. come on. >> yeah, it was hurtful. i say, a little because it, didn't, doesn't fundamentally deter me from, 50 years of journalism we did that, that, this one incident. sometimes will just happen. >> you don't think there was anything you could have done? >> we could have been more rigorous. the people in charge of this at the time. you know, let certain standards slide. >> uh-huh. >> were it not for the one woman
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who fabricated that was golden. a great story. >> uh-huh. >> not that that matters at this point. >> at 71, wenner hold titles of editor and publisher. but handed over day-to-day operations of the magazine to his 27-year-old son gus who drew up the sale plans. >> how hard us it for you to reach the decision to put the magazine up for sale? >> not that hard? >> really. >> i accept inevitablility of it. >> it is so much yours. >> not that i am leaving. i intend to stay with it. >> you are hoping to be involved after it is sold. >> absolutely. >> if you are not. i could be happy. i don't see that happening. i think if you want to buy this and bea partner of the place. i think you want me. >> the cbs "overnight news" will be right back.
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>> a young man's love for the father he never knew the start of a heart warming story that
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steve hartman found on the road. >> whoa. >> even in texas, a horse only gets you so far. which is why 15-year-old justin roser has been thinking about a car. specifically he told his mom, jessica he would love to have a car, any car that his dad once owned. >> it could have been a 1974 dodge astro. didn't know if that is a car. could have been anything. he would have said yes. >> why? >> i know that he wishes his dad was here. >> reporter: in 2003, justin's dad, army first lieutenant jonathan died in iraq. justin was 9 months old tuflt day he cherishes anything that used to belong to his dad. which is why he thought it would be so cool to have his car. >> just knowing that he had it. it is a whole lot different than, than just any other thing. really. >> unfortunately, after john
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died, jessica had to sell the car. a '99 toyota celica convertible look this one. finding it again would be nearly impossible. jessica said she had to try. >> i feel like this is something that would connect him. >> this is a needle in a haystack. >> will i have seen magical things happen on facebook. >> she turned to facebook. posted the old vin number with a note asking for help. and somehow that message made it all the way to pleasant grove utah. where local retz desidents foun car. >> we decided let's see if we can buy the car. >> this is kyle fox. not saying he is a saint. >> do something to serve. >> reporter: that butterfly stayed there for half an hour. >> i don't know where i was when that. >> any way, kyle who runs nonprofit called follow the flag got donations to purchase the car. then assembled a team of volunteer mechanics to fix it like new.
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all of this unbeknownst to justin. until. this very moment. >> last month, kyle drove the car from utah to surprise justin for his 15th birthday. >> go see it. >> i can't tell you what this mint meant to justin. i've mean i really can't. he tried to explain it to me. but when he opened his mouth. no words. fell out. >> it is a link to the past for him. a big thing for me too. i never got to see him come home. so, that, that just one moment right there. was, was, i think i needed that. >> obviously this was never's bout a car. no, this was about trying to push past what you can't forget. trying to remember what you never knew. all with the help of a country, so grateful and kind, you can't imagine. >> i'm so glad we could do this
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for you. >> steve hartman, on t
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the holidays begin here at disneyland park.
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>> a new discovery in egypt sparking criticism. scientists use aid new scanning technique to find what is called hidden void in the pyramid. egyptologists say the scans are useful but insists there are probably many more rooms in pyramid that haven't been discovered. and this one may not be significant. jonathan vigliotti has the the story from the museum. >> here at london's petry museum. scientists spent two years to technology to see through pyramid. still unclear what is inside the chamber. dream scenario would be finding artifacts like these. new clues into the ancient past. egypt's great pyramid has been
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shrouded in mystery for hundreds of years. with the help of modern science, a breakthrough discovery. the hidden chamber stretches around 100 feet, the same size as statue of liberty. discovered above the grand galle gallery, a corridor that lady to the burial chamber. part of the international team of researchers who made the discovery. at the moment unclear what the void is. >> could be a second ground gallery. or horizontal. >> using a technique, researchers planted special plates inside and around the pyramid that recognize subatomic particles passing through the rock revealing what is stone and what is empty space. this kind of cat scan for rock allows them to look deep inside the 4500-year-old structure. >> this monument was descriptive
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approach. now, it is that we can scan and look behind the stone. >> some expert have suggested the pyramid architects designed the space to maintain structural integrity. regardless of its purpose. discoveries like this may help reenergize the crumbling tourism industry. >> this is an important part of the egyptian economy. >> 14.7 million tourists visited in 2010. the country was hit hard buy a 2011 uprising and bombing of a passenger plane in 2015. visitors to the country dropped to 5.4 million people last year. >> there was -- you know optimism among egyptian officials that discoveries like these would -- would spawn interest. >> researchers say currently there are no plans to drill into the cavity. but they are devil offing a tiny flying robot which one day might be sent in to explore what's inside. that's the "overnight news" for this monday. for some of you the news
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