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that's the "overnight news" for this wednesday. that's the "overnight news" captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, november 22nd, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." breaking news. a navy plane crashes in the pacific ocean. now search and rescue efforts are under way. breaking his silence, president trump appears to throw his support behind the alabama republican senate candidate accused of sexual misconduct and blasted roy moore's opponent. >> i can tell you one thing for sure. we don't need a liberal person in there, a democrat, jones. new allegations.
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three more women come forward, this time at cbs, with claims of sexual migs conduct against charlie rose. and the daring escape of a north korean soldier to the south is caught on camera. 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. we begin with a crash of a navy plane. the navy says 11 people were onboard one of the transport planes when it crashed into the pacific ocean today. ben tracy joins us on the phone today. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. a lot of details are coming in about this, but the transport plane crashed in the ocean off southeast okinawa. we're told by the defense ministry that the plane was
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taking off from the "uss reagan" transport carrier when this happened. we're told that this is a c-2 transport plane. that's according to the defense ministry. defense ministry and it was being launched off an aircraft carrier, and if you've ever been on one of those, it's a pretty phenomenal thing to see. critically we do not know the condition of the people who were rescued or whether or not they're still alive. the military says they're not releasing any names because they would still have to notify next of kin if there are, indeed, any deaths or injuries. >> thank you so much, ben. back at home president trump says he'll announce next week if he'll campaign if alabama senate candidate roy moore. the president hasn't officially endorsed moore, but he defended
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him despite multiple glaegss of sexual misconduct, and he made it clear moore was the better choice than his democratic opponent. hena doba is here with the details. good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. president trump defended moore at the white house before left for thanksgiving break, this as moore himself continues to fight back against the claims sfloo. e >> he totally denies it. he says it didn't happen. >> reporter: speaking from the white house lawn tuesday, president trump defended roy moore. >> we don't need a liberal person in there. >> reporter: the president's remarks came the same day moore took to the alabama cable network pushing back against the women accusing him of sexual assault, most of whom were teenagers at the time. >> i never dated underage women. i never engaged in sexual misconduct with anybody.
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>> the president who was also accused of sexual misconduct during the presidential campaign questions the timing. >> this has never come up. >> and took particular aim at moore's democratic opponent, doug jones. >> i looked at his record. it's terrible on crime, it's terrible on the border, it's terrible in the military. >> ivanka trump says there's a special place in hell for people who prey on children. >> in his latest campaign ad the president is using the words of his allies including daughter ivanka trump. >> i've been talking about issues consistently in this race. i have yet to see that from roy moore. >> with the state's special election now three weeks away, president trump has left the door open for campaigning for moore. he says he'll make an announcement about that next week. >> many are called for moore to leave the race. they're vying to fill attorney general jeff sessions' old senate seat.
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>> hena doba here in new york. thank you very much. three women who work at cbs have come forward this morni acushioning "cbs this morning" co-host. as bianna golodryga reports rose appears to deny what he did was wrong. >> how are you doing, mr. rose. >> reporter: while charlie rose returned home -- >> do you want to say anything to those accusers accusing you of wrongdoings? >> it's not wrongdoings. >> reporter: -- he was noticeably absent from his position on "cbs this morning." >> welcome to "cbs this morning." >> and co-anchor norah o'donnell didn't explain anyway. >> cbs has suspended our co-host charlie rose over allegations of sexual misconduct. >> hours later he was fired. cbs news president david rhodes said in a statement. despite his important journalist contribution to our news
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division, there is absolutely nothing more important in this or any organization than ensuring a safe professional workplace. a supportive environmental where people feel they can do their best work. we need to be such a place. after that statement, at least three women who asked not to be identified said they experienced unwanted sexual contact from rose while working at cbs news. eight women who either worked for his independently produced show on pbs or wanted to told the "washington post" they faced his sexual advances from 1990s to 2011. they accused him of groping their busts, buttocks, or genital areas and would walk around naked while at home or working on the road. he apologized for his inappropriate behavior and said% he was greatly embarrassed although he added i do not
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believe all of these allegations are accurate. "washington post" amy britton co-wrote the story. >> after publication from my story, my inbox was already flooded with dozens of e-mails who wanted to reach out to us. >> how could though have gone for so long without being noticed or reports? >> within the office, this was relatively pretty well known and i think many of them have a tremendous fear about speaking out against someone. >> reporter: at the charlie rose show, a small group of employees answered directly to executive producer yvette vega who deeply regrets not helping them. sexual harassment in the workplace has been something he's not shied away from like when he talked with author tina brown about movie mogul harvey weinstein. >> why doesn't this come out sooner? >> hoe was very intimidating. >> two of the women who came forward at cbs say they're not ready for the details of their allegations to be made public but a third woman says he whispered a sexual innuendo
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while touching her inappropriately at a work-related event. w we reached out to charlie but have not heard back. we should also note pbs has pulled the plague on charlie rose's talk show. michigan congressman john conyers admits someone accused him of sexual misconduct and that it was settled. he denies the allegations. "buzzfeed" reports conyers paid a woman $27,000 under a confidentiality agreement. he had previously denied he had settled sexual harassment complaints. and the ride hailing service the data breach occurred in 2016. uber paid hackers $100,000 to destroy the information. the accounts of $57 million of drivers were breached.
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they reveal the names e-mail addresses, phone numbers, and the license numbers of 100,000 pthey say so far the data has nt been misused. two employees responsible for the coverup have been fired. we're getting a first look of a desperate dash by a soldier who was shot by his comrades. last week he raced for a border in the jeep. he made a run for it as other north korean soldiers fired shots at him. one soldier crosses the line violating the armistice agreement before running back to the north. southee korean soldiers crawled to the defector and dragged him to safety. he remains hospitalized, is conscious, and is breathing on his own. the death of a border patrol
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agent is beithought to be a domestic assault. he remains conscious and is breathing on his own. the fbi won't rule out the possibility that rogelio martinez was killed another way. 1970s teen idol and "the partridge family" star david cassidy was 67 and died from dementia. david cassidy became a '70s heartthrob in the musical sitcom "the partridge family." his on screen mother shirley jones was also his stepmother. initially hired for his good looks cassidy convince proceed deucers he could actually sing and took over lead performances for the show. in 1974 cassidy left "the partridge family" and went on to
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release several single hit solo records. the star also performed in several broadway hit producti productions. in later life, he continued to perform in clubs for his loyal fans. >> i'm someone who's come into their living rooms for a lot of year and they feel comfortable with me, so they let me go with them and they trust me and that helps a lot. >> despite all his success he hit hard times. cassidy admitted he was broke by the '80s. his financial struggles would continue throughout later life and in 2015 he filed for bankruptcy. he was caught three times for drunk driving and would later admit he had a drinking problem he was married three times and had two children. earlier this year cassidy told dr. phil he was living with dement
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dementia. >> when family members or friends would say to you, remember, i just told you two days ago and there's no memory of it, that's when i began to be very concerned. >> after his diagnosis, cassidy announced he was retiring from performing. danielle nottingham, cbs news. this morning kicks off the very busy holiday travel season. aaa says over 57 million americans will travel over thanksgiving, mostly by read during the four days today. it's likely to be the highest travel volume since 2005. nearly 4,500 are expected to travel. the rush to get home. coming up on the "morning news" now, anthem policy. the nfl is considering a change to player protests. and what a california man hopes
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an anthem policy change and abuse in the women's gymnastics. "usa today" reports an expected plea. "usa today" reports dr. larry nassar is expected to plead guilty today to multiple charges of sexual assault. nassar will face at least 25 years in prison. he's charged with abusing seven girls in michigan while treating him but over 20 have accused him of abuse including former gymnast ali raisman and mckayla maroney. gabby douglas said larry nassar abused her as well. douglas released a statement yesterday saying she waited so long to report the abuse because
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she was conditioned to stay silent. she tweeted yesterday that women should dress modestly to avoid abuse. the "washington post" reports the nfl could change the policy next weekend if player protests continue. the owners could switch back to keeping players in the locker room while the anthem is played. the league requires players to be on the sidelines for the anthem, but they do not have to stand. and "the san bernardino sun" says a california man is planning to launch himself over a ghost town. the rocket will travel 500 miles per hour on saturday's one mile trip. hughes says he plans to take a picture to prove the earth is flat. still to come. new rules for the information super highway. why it may soon cost you more money to stream your favorite movies. more money to stream your favorite movies. 4 so when a cold sore tingle strikes you act on it.
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thanksgiving day break with stocks at all-time highs. tech stocks led in the surge. tech stocks surged, facebook, apple, good ghouling, microsoft, and amazon all rose. taking a look at the broader market, the dow rallied 160 points, the s&p gained 16 points, and the nasdaq jumped 71 points. net neutrality is the 25015 regulation designed to ensure internet service providers treat all online users the same. it's to prevent companies to speed up content for a fee. we'll leeb it there, anne-marie. i want to wish you a happy thanksgiving. >> same to you, diane. still ahead, memorabilia.
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our top story this morning, president trump defended the republican cincinnati candidate of alabama, roy moore, despite multiple allegations of sexual misconduct. mr. trump didn't exactly endorse moore, but told voters not to endorse the democratic opponent. two women have accused moore of sexual molestation. one said she was 14 at the time. moore denies the allegations. sexual assault in this country is widespread. it happens on average every 98 second. most attackers are not well known or powerful but known to their victims. jericka duncan visited the cleveland rape crisis center.
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>> how many of you all were sexually assaulted by a show of hands by someone that you knew and someone that you trusted? what happened? >> my first experience of being sexually violated goes back to the age of 5. >> i was abused by a man who lived in my neighborhood. >> i was molested by my mother's boyfriend. >> i was abused by a family member. >> i was raped by a co-worker at my old job. >> i was sexually assaulted 5 1/2 years ago by a co-worker of my husband. >> i'm a survivor of childhood sexual abuse and rain from an older boy that lived in the area. i share my story to try to help other people walk through this darkness because it was horrible. >> do you think there are actually more male victims of sexual abuse and rape than are
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reported? >> i do. it's hard to say. if you were to come out, it chips away at your masculinity. >> i feel like the biggest lesson that i had to learn was that the real victory was me breaking the silence. there are changes that are starting to happen in society, especially with all of the major news events that are coming out, and i think that it's great that it's getting so much attention, but there is still a culture of victim blaming. >> the way people are responding to the celebrities and people who have a name, i really wish society would respond to our everyday survivors the same way. it's like we create a hierarchy for survivors in our society, if you look a certain way or come from a certain background to get that attention. >> none of us are tv personalities. that's a beautiful thing to let people know you don't have to be rich, you know, you don't have to be in the spotlight. a violation is a violation.
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rape is rape, and sexual abuse and assault and rape is about the power of control, not the sex. to see that being exposed on such a huge level and such a consistent level brings me joy because it feels like, okay, now we can get real, now we can really have conversations. now we can stop having all these little whispers or making it be about the person who's raped is damaged goods. no. how about the person who did the raping has the problem. >> that was jericka duncan reporting. more on the hack of uber involved 60 million riders and drivers and the efforts to cover it up. that's the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. i'm anne-marie green. thanks for watching. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- we'rhen you're ready.
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about mashed potatoes, turkey, stuffing? i am! [ laughter ] >> it's wednesday, november 22nd. we're hungry. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. >> dreaming about it. >> skin, butter. >> i like the sweet potatoes with the marshmallows. >> my thing is stuffing. >> yeah. >> so now that we know what y'all like -- [ laughter ] >> we'll be talking about food a lot over the next couple of days. >> and we can also talk about warm weather. we are having a very california-like thanksgiving week. we broke a record in san francisco, 76 for a high yesterday. we are expected to do the same again today so if you thought it was warm, it's going to happen again. near record-breaking temperatures. we are going to be a little cooler for your thanksgiving tomorrow, just a few degrees cooler than today. and then guess what? there's a storm system coming in. it will be allowed in once the high pressure moves coming on sunday. jaclyn? if you thought would you get a head start and get away from traffic today, you thought wrong if you are trying to get


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