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>> we have babies coming out of our ears on kpix 5. >> "cbs this morning" is coming up next. good morning to our viewers in the west. it is thursday, february 22nd, 2018. welcome to "cbs this morning." students take their demands about guns straight to the people in power. the survivors from the school shooting confront senator rubio on live tv. while parents ask president trump how many children have to be shot. the president said it may be time to arm teachers. >> plus, we'll hear from a teenager credited with preventing a school shooting in vermont. she said a friend sent her messages about a sinister plot. police found a gun, ammunition and attack plans. >> will artificial intelligence one day save your life?
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dr. david agus talks about a future in medicine diagnosing deceases like cancer and pneumonia. >> men pursuiting physical perfection. >> we begin this morning with a look at today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. >> people are dying. >> i want to feel safe at school. >> this should have been one school shooting and we should have fixed it. >> parents and survivors of mass shootings sit down with president trump. >> we want to learn everything we can learn and after this meeting, we're going to work. this is a long-term situation that we have to solve. we'll solve it together. >> kids united will never be divided. >> we are children and we are dying. >> a powerful day of nationwide advocacy on gun violence following the florida school shooting. >> enough talk. what is your action!
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>> funeral plans announced for the reverend billy graham. >> a private funeral in north carolina. >> the u.n. security council is considering a resolution which calls for 30-day cease-fire in syria. >> the threat of more heavy rain and flooding hangs over the plains to northeast. >> it's been mad house. i've never seen anything like this. >> an explosion ripping apart a crowded ferry in mexico as passengers were getting off the boat. none of the injuries is life threatening. >> all that. >> 3, 2, the ball gets away. we are ed headed to -- oh, no. >> and all that matters. >> pence was ready to meet with representatives from north according really during the olympic games. >> they backed out at the last minute. >> which means mike pence flew 15 hours to watch ice dancing. >> on "cbs this morning." >> megan augusta. she scored earlier. to keep canada's hopes alive. she is stopped. the united states wins gold in
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pyeongchang! >> this morning's eye opener is presented by toyota, let's go places. i'd fly 15 hours to watch that. >> i know, congrats to the u.s. women. >> go team usa. welcome to cbs this morning. survivors of the florida scoot shooting are taking their demands for gun control directly to the people in power. last night, students and parents confronted senator rubio about why the type of rifle used by the gunman has not been outlawed. >> if i believed that law would have prevented this from happening, i would support it. but i want to explain to you why it would not. >> senator rubio was booed for his response to a father who lost his daughter last week at marjory stoneman douglas high school. >> that town hall meeting on live tv followed a very emotional meeting at the white house in the afternoon.
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other students and parents spoke directly to president trump asking him to lead an effort to change gun culture in this country. >> is the president offered a series of possible remedies including one controversial idea, letting teachers carry guns. he'll continue the school safety debate today, meeting with state and local officials. margaret brennan is at the white house. margaret, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it was an extraordinary gesture, to bring cameras into the room with the grieving, and it shows the president is hearing the outcry and is willing to at least consider taking action. >> i want to listen and then after i listen, we're going to get things done. >> reporter: one by one, survivors of school shootings and their family members shared their pain. >> i'm pissed because my daughter i'm not going to see again. >> i lost a best friend. practically a brother. >> people are dying. and we have to stop this. >> and i'm just begging for a
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change. we need a change. >> reporter: andrew pollack lost his 14-year-old daughter meadow in the florida shooting. >> my daughter has no voice. he was murdered last week. she was taken from us. shot nine times on the third floor. we as a country failed our children. >> reporter: pollack asked for more school security but said it's not about gun laws. senior sam zief, whose best friend died in the massacre, wondered why it was so easy to buy an ar-15. the assault rifle bought by the accuser. >> i don't understand why i can still go to the store and buy a weapon of war. >> reporter: as for possible solution, president trump focused on strengthening background checks, increasing mental health services and even arming school staff. >> if you had a teacher with -- who was adept at firearms, they could very well end the attack very quickly. >> this is my son daniel. >> reporter: mark barden lost his 6-year-old son just over five years ago in the sandy hook
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elementary school massacre. >> school teachers have more than enough responsibilities right now than to have to have the awesome responsibility of lethal force to take a life. >> it did make a difference. they needed to hear it from us students. >> now we're leaving it up to him to make the change that we need. >> reporter: after meeting with the president, cbs news spoke with some of the students who said listening is not enough. >> he heard our cries. and he talked to us. and i think he understood where we were coming from. but the nra wasn't there. >> reporter: zief said arming teachers is not the answer. >> this is a problem because guns were brought into our school. why would it make sense to bring more guns into school? >> reporter: now, take a look at a picture captured by a photographer in the room who saw the hand-written notes that the president carried with him. questions like, what can we do to make your feel safe. and simply, i hear you.
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now that appeared to be the president's main message. >> that's exactly right. margaret, thank you so much. other students and parents from stoneman douglas high packed last night's town hall meeting carried on cnn. senators marco rubio and bill nelson joined congressman ted deutsch to answer questions. rubio was confronted by the father of one victim, 14-year-old jamie guttenberg. >> your comments this week and those of our president have been pathetically weak. look at me and tell me guns were the factor in the hunting of our kids in this school this week, and look at me and tell me you accept it and you will work with us to do something about guns. >> ei'd say the problems we're facing here today cannot be solved by gun laws alone. >> were guns a factor in the hunting of our kids? >> of course they were, of
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course they were. >> reporter: republican senator said he'd consider raising the age limit to buy a rifle, banning bump stocks, improving the background check system and reducing the size of magazines for bullets. the nra spokeswoman told the audience more should be done to keep dangerous individuals from having guns but law abiding gun owners should not be punished. i thought it was a terrific display of democracy. >> yes. >> where people feel they can challenge lawmakers, you know, people who -- >> face-to-face. >> and i actually commend senator rubio for going, knowing he was going to be heavily criticized and booed. president trump. most presidents i don't think would have allowed cameras in that session because it was so personal and painful. i was glad we got to see it. >> me, too. >> talking is not enough now. the anger from the partisan pa students echoed across the country. thousands of students from washington state to washington,
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d.c. walked out of school yesterday, demanding stricter gun control laws. more than 1,000 people rallied outside the state capital in tallahassee, florida, while students from stoneman douglas high lobbied their state lawmakers. adrianna diaz is in tallahassee with that part of the story. adriana, good morning. >> reporter: we sat in three of those meetings between student survivors and lawmakers. asking them pointed questions about their positions on assault rifles and school security. that group arrived to portland early this morning by bus. before they left in their short time here, they made sure they were heard. >> united will never be divided. >> reporter: florida state capital became the nerve center of a growing nationwide movement to end gun violence. >> there's a lot of talk about talking. when will you do any action? >> you have started something. >> reporter: inside, survivors of last week's shooting held meetings with lawmakers including democrat jones. >> you have my solid word that i
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will fight to make sure we get something in their face to make them enforce it, i mean that. >> reporter: answers from other legislators like republican senate president joe negron, wouldn't as decisive. >> it's a military weapon. >> an issue that i'm going to look at as we work on developing legislative response. >> reporter: students were not deterred. >> we're coming after you. we're coming after every single one of you and demanding you take action, demanding you make a change. >> reporter: by noon, more than 1,000 protesters converged outside the capital, raising the volume on their demands. >> if we are going to protect our future, why are we not protecting our children? >> reporter: solidarity was displayed nationwide, with staged walkouts, fly-ins and marches from maryland -- >> some sort of common sense gun control legislation needs to be passed into law, because far too many innocent people have been
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killed. >> reporter: to minnesota. >> i'm marching because i go to school to learn, not to be shot. >> i'm marching because we students deserve to feel safe in our schools. >> reporter: state lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are working on legislation that would increase funding for mental health in schools and limit access to assault rifles, but not ban them. the sheriff for broward county where parkland is announced going forward, deputies would be armed with rifles in county schools. >> adriana, thanks. the reverend billy graham will be buried next friday in north carolina. the public may pay their respects in charlotte on monday and tuesday. when his body will lie in repose. david begnaud is inside billy graham library in charlotte, near the place where billy graham will be laid to rest. >> reporter: when you come to the library, you have to go to the cross. that's exactly how billy graham wanted it. he hated the idea of a museum or
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a memorial that would honor him. but when his family pitched him on the concept of a library that would be an downgoing ministry, he warmed up to the idea. his few ral will happen here. we're told the reverend approved every aspect of the plan. >> yes, jesus has the answer to life's problems. >> reporter: reverend billy graham's funeral service will be held under a tent. it's a fitting venue for someone who rose to prominence, preaching under the canvas cathedral in los angeles. >> that the lord jesus christ can be received. your sins forgiven. your burdens lifted. >> invitations to next friday's private funeral service have been ex-steppeded to president donald trump and all former presidents who are still alive. barack obama called billy graham a humble servant who gave hope and guidance to generations of americans. >> -- approach that podium, i can feel a new strength and a new power come. >> reporter: known as america's pastor, he will be buried in a casket made by prisoners.
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it's a pine plywood box lined with a mattress pad. spokesman mark demoss said billy graham died at home. no one else was with him except for a nurse. his daughter said graham just wore out. >> i think we can say he passed in his sleep. it was described by the nurse and his doctor as a very peaceful passing. he was not in any pain. >> reporter: his life was not without controversy. >> i told you one time the bible talks about two kinds of -- >> reporter: a taped phone call between him and president nixon drew criticism from the jewish community. his ministry also supported a ballot measure banning gay ma r marriage in 2012. while his views were controversial, televangelist joel osteen calls him a hero. >> growing up as a little boy, coming from a preacher's kid, you know, we watched him on television. so he was somebody that we always looked up to and admired. >> reporter: billy graham will also be buried here on the library property, right
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alongside his wife ruth. she's buried here. the grave is very simple. this is where the reverend will go. franklin graham says he asked his father, daddy what do you want on your tombstone and billy graham had a one word answer, "preacher." >> wow, love hearing about all those details, david, thank you so much. new air strikes and rocket attacks in syria killed at least 13 more people, including three children in a rebel-held suburb of damascus. the assad regime, backed by russia is trying to wipe out resistance in eastern ghouta. human rights observers say more than 300 people have been killed their since sunday. the u.n. secretary-general describes it as hell on earth. today, sweden and kuwait are calling for a vote on a u.n. security council resolution ordering a 30-day cease-fire in much of syria. investigators in mexico are trying to determine the cause of an explosion on board a ferry in playa del carmen on the
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caribbean coast. as many as 25 people were hurt on the dock, including at least seven americans. vladimir duthiers of our streaming network cbsn. >> playa del carmen is a vacation destination. one american family of four was on a beach getaway when a their trip took a terrifying turn. >> the moment a fireball ripped through the center of the ferry. the boat had just docked at the beach town of playa del carmen. passengers were still disemba disembarking when the explosion sent debris and shrapnel into the water and the crowd. emergency crews rushed to the scene and tended to the injured. mexican officials say 18 people were taken to the hospital. images of the aftermath show a gaping hole in the center of the ship. >> from my right side, i just heard this loud boom. >> reporter: rebecca and steve
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lahlum's family were on the dock waiting for another ferry to cozumel when the blast happened. >> there was debris in the air, a lot of glass. knocked so quickly when the blast happened that they had fallen unconscious because they hit the ground so hard. >> reporter: the couple's two young sons suffered minor cuts and bruises from the explosion. they were taken to hospital where they received stitches and were released. >> emergency responders showed up very quickly. police were there very quickly. >> others were definitely not as lucky and have a little more recovery than we do. >> reporter: thankfully, no one was killed. local officials say preliminary reports indicate the explosion was due to nemechanical failure. an investigation into what exactly caused that failure is ongoing. >> looking at those pictures, it's hard to believe nobody was killed. >> it was an incredible explosion. a thrilling shootout on the ice led to a gold medal for team usa. the women's hockey team beat canada to win a gold for the first time in 20 years.
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ben tracy is at the olympics in pyeongchang, south korea. ben, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. for the last time, team usa won gold in women's hockey was 1998, that was the nagano games, the first time women's hockey debuted at the olympics. since then, canada has won the gold four times. that streak is now over. this was a grudge match between the world's two hockey powerhouses. >> scores. >> reporter: so it's only fitting the game went all the way -- >> scores. >> reporter: to a shootout, tied after five shots each. >> two goals apiece. >> reporter: jocelyn lamoreux-davidson scored. it was then up to goalie maddie rooney to stop. she did. >> the united states has won gold. >> reporter: these golden girls did not need a miracle on ice.
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they just needed to show the world how good they really are. >> and let her rip right here. >> reporter: the american men did their part here. >> double 1080. >> reporter: becoming heroes on the halfpipe. david wise spun his way to a repeat gold medal in the freestyle event. >> now two hits remain. >> reporter: while alex ferreira took silver. there were some cringe worthy moments during two nasty falls off the 22-foot walls of the pipe, including american toren yader-wallace. both were able to walk away. in the alpine combined, it was youth over experience. 22-year-old mikaela shiffrin slalomed her way to silver. there was no happy ending for veteran lindsey vonn's olympic career. she was in the league until she hooked a ski in the slalom and skied off course. women's hockey, goalie maddie
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rooney was amazing, defended against more than 30 shots from the canadians. right after usa won that match, somebody went on her wikipedia page and changed her occupation to secretary of defense. >> that's awesome. >> i love that. >> we all love that. >> the internet provides. >> go team usa. ben tracy in pyeongchang, thank you. all new cars in the u.s. will soon be required to have rearviewer cameras. a report released overnight reveals just how much new
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ahead, three things morning, in a car crash outside a home in contra costa county. it happened in the community of good morning, it's 7:26. i'm michelle griego. two people were killed this morning in a car crash outside a home in contra costa county. it happened in bay point on wharf drive. the chp says no one in the home was hurt. the chp is investigating the cause of the crash. plans to build a second transbay tube are moving forward. bart is now spending $200 million for a serious look at a second bay crossing. a new transbay tube would likely mean either digging up or digging under alameda island. stay with us, traffic and weather in just a moment.
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7:27. expect delays if you are trying to head into san francisco
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along northbound 101. here's a live look. this is right near third bayshore and an accident that is on surface streets is actually backing traffic up along 101 right at alemany so the crash is at bayshore and industrial. it's also having problems with or causing problems with muni, 9 san bruno and 24 divisadero rerouted. i want to show you our dublin camera view with clouds and sun. that's going to be the story throughout the day today. we'll see scattered showers a chance of thunderstorms even hail and our temperatures are in the 40s for most of the bay area. santa rosa though 37. but it feels colder because look at these winds. we are getting strong west- northwest winds 22 miles per hour at sfo, 19 in san francisco. oakland 17. fest
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♪ >> the winter olympics are in full swing, which means we get all the pageantry of russian cheating on ice. >> russian curler alexander krushelnitki may have used the banned substance. >> curling should be the cleanest event. the entire sport is sweeping. in fact, the only thing cleaner than the ice is the seats, because no one is watching. >> will the russians cheat at everything? what a waste of steroids? think about it. i did the steroids, yeah!
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>> boy, he does that well. we should know, there is some news this morning because the russian curler was actually officially stripped of his bronze medal for the doping. though. >> your mother says crime doesn't pay. >> no mel don'tium at home. the. ivanka trump departs the closing ceremonies in pyeongchang on sunday. south korean said a top north korean general will also be attending. . a federal advisory panel says it's okay to use a needle-free flu vaccine. a few years ago they pulled the
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flumist after it was found to be ineffective against swine flu the company says it's being reformulated. flumist is the only nasal spray on the market. the recommendation now goes to the cdc for spine fifinal appro. spacex delayed yesterday's scheduled launch from brandenberg air force base. the rockets carrying two satellites to deliver low cost high speed internet around the world. it's the first of 1,200 satellites. a spanish radar satellite will also be put into orbit. a teenager in vermont is in jail after planning an attack on his high school. he pled not guilty on all charges, including attempted murder. he was targeting this high school. the young woman reported him is now being called a he.
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>> reporter: meg. good morning. >> good morning. this investigation spanned across state lines, involving agencies in new york and vermont. but it would not have been possible if it wasn't for the brave 17-year-old who told authorities that he friend might be planning a deadly attack. >> i tested him saying that the school just got shut up. he answered, that's fantastic. 100% support it. >> reporter: she says she met jack sawyer at a treatment center in maine for troubled teens. >> when you were at the treatment facility, what was jack sawyer like? >> he was very attemptive to detail and kind. >> reporter: she says she stayed in up the after they left the facility. last week, nooer their friendship took a turn. on february 11ing. he wrote over facebook messenger saying just a few days ago, i was still plotting on shooting up my old high school.
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the next day he wrote, it's been the plan for two years him he praised the florida shooting writing it's natural selection taken up a notch. >> we found it disturbing. i knew i had to contact somebody in vermont to look further into it. >> one day after the florida shooting, she met with her new york high school resource officer who then contacted authorities in vermont. >> people are calling you a hero as well. >> i fell through with it. she did most of it. >> reporter: according to affidavit when police interviewed sawyer, he admitted he was planning a shooting at fairhaven union high school and partly inspired by columbine. he bought a shotgun the week before. then they searched his skarks they found a shotgun, ammunition, books on columbine and video recorder and he told them he was going to use an
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ar-15 a handgun and his shotgun to carry out the attack. she says it wasn't easy to report sawyer, but she's glad she did. >> what's your message to other students if they hear something like this or see a tech message like is this. >> it's not a matter of friendship if it's about life at hand. you need to do what you need to do. >> according to affidavit, sawyer is diagnosed with adhd, depression and anything sight his public defender says publicly there are a lot of unproved allegations in this calls. it's different than initially portrayed. angela says she is hoping any student watching this know something to come forward. >> so many will read something like that and say i didn't take it seriously. in the climate we live in today, you have to take it seriously. >> authorities will tell you, if somebody is talking about harming themselves or another
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person, you have to report that. >> that's the rule. >> thank you. >> new technology in cars is significa significantly cutting the number of back-up crashes. a new report shows rear automatic braking and option and 5% of new vehicles is livinged to a 62% reported drop in cars with that equipment. >> good morning. those fender benders can cause thousands in dla damage or worse. why you have back-up cameras to spot obstacles and people, add in back-up sensors and braking, you can cut accidents up to 78%. >> it was so shocking and sudden. >> he will never forget the day his daughter died. in 2010, a neighbor backed out
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of his driveway, not seeing two-year-old ab game was behind his car. >> i went, had to climb under a car and pick up her body. it was a hard day. >> reporter: starting in may, all new cars in the u.s. will be required to have a rear view camera. some auto makers are going further adding back-up warning sensors and now reverse automatic braking. for the first time, the insurance institute for highway safety tested the technologies. the 2017 subaru outbrack and cadillac suv earned superior ratings. four others scored advance ratings for avoiding a collision or substantially reviewing the speed. there is some room to improve. this driver did not stop before the driver parked at a dummy car parked at an angle. >> the rear auto brake the sensors, the cameras are going to prevent a lot of property damage cases and we hope they will prevent some crashes
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involving people. >> he hopes one day no other parent will have to lose a child like he did. >> i still have nightmare, flashbacks. and i wish, i don't want anybody to go through it. >> right now the back-up breaking system are designed to prevent ab stackles that do damage like. this car makers are working on ataping it to protect pedestrians passing by the cameras. now, front auto braking, that's supposed to become standard in most cars by 2022. when it comes to the back-up braking, there is no plan to make it standard. john. >> chris, thanks. >> i want to know which auto makers will put it as an option in their cars. a lot of parents would say, that that's car i want to buy. >> you will pay extra for it, too. >> you get your neighbors to buy it. there is a new push to find out who killed a federal prosecutor
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investigators say they are closer to solving the mystery of who murdered a federal prosecutor more than 16 years ago, but they need the public's health. assistant u.s. attorney tom wales shot and killed in his washington state home in 2001. officials believe people know critical information that could help solve the case. they've increased the reward money to more than $1.5 million. >> good morning, what an investigation it is. tom wales was targeted some say because of his job. and if that is true, he would be the first and only u.s. attorney killed in the line of duty the case has never gone cold a new reward may be a sign that investigators believe they are getting closer to the truth. >> reporter: on a chilly october night, tom wales was sitting at home in his basement office when
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a gunman shot multiple rounds in the window. he was an 18 year veteran with the u.s. attorney's office in seattle. >> the shooter was familiar with his habits. >> they avoided motion detectors, leaving investigators to believe it was a carefully planned execution. more than 16 years later, the killer is still at large the case was recently a part of a podcast. >> they say it was the perfect murder. but i'm not buying it. >> reporter: investigators aren't buying it either. they came to a conference room named for the slain public attorney. >> we have several leads that we're very fond of and we need more information. >> i think they have people identified that they think are the perpetrators. >> reporter: john mckay took over shortly after wales was killed. >> they are waiting for someone in their circles to come forward
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and give them the last pieces that will push them over the finish line. >> the reward has been rayes raised from more than 1 million to more than $1.5 million, after previous leads failed him earlier, they identified a suspect a commercial airline pilot who denied any involvement and was never charged. through bullet casings, they say they've identified the weapon. they apparently never found it. wales' daughter suggests her father's duties as a prosecutor might have played a role in the murder. >> if a federal prosecutor can be brutally murder for carrying out his official duties, the processes that keep all of us safe are fundamentally compromised. >> an indication how committed kaels' former colleagues are in involving this case. they are among those who open their wall lets to increase the reward by more than half a million dollars. the other indication is the fbi has generated more than 2 million subtimes, each one an individual line of inquiry.
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>> it's important to solve it. >> thank you very much. coming up next, a look at how tech giants are taking over the stockmarket. and youtube is making changes over a coner race shooting over a florida shooting survivor. what is
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stealing nearly a quarter of a million dollars of jewelry from good morning, 4 minutes before 8:00. i'm anne makovec. a san francisco man is in custody accused of stealing nearly a quarter million dollars in jewelry from stonestown shopping mall. police say the crimes happened on three different days at the macy's store. officers say they caught toby kessler in the most recent one last week. flames tore through an abandoned strip mall in hayward overnight. the fire department says there were some homeless people inside when that fire started. no injuries. traffic and weather coming up next.
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good morning to our viewers in the west. thursday, february 2, 2018. welcome back to "cbs this morning." there's new trouble for youtube over a conspiracy video involving the florida school shooting and the reverend billy graham's impact on christian and political life. we'll talk with a southern baptist leader who says graham may be the most important evangelist in 1900 years. today's "eye opener." >> survivors of the florida school shooting are taking their demands of gun control directly to the people in power. >> it was an extraordinary gesture and shows the president is willing to at least consider taking action. >> the teenagers asked pointed
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questions about their positions on assault rifles and school security. they made sure they were heard. . >> when you come to the library you have to go through the cross. that's how billy graham wanted it. his funeral will happen here and we're told the reverend approved every aspect of the plan. >> ply ya dell carmen a popular destination and resort town along the water. one american family of four was on a beach getaway when their trip took a it terrifying turn. >> maddie rooney was amazing after team usa won someone went on her wikipedia and changed her occupation to secretary of defense. >> we love that story. >> a possible sport in the works. >> there is? >> sweep! >> bobsled and skeleton team decided to do a mash up of some of the olympic winter events. >> look what happens at the end. there you go. >> it ends back with curling.
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>> i'm norah o'donnell with john dickerson and gayle king. survivors of the massacre in florida are back home after a day of action on gun control took them to the state capitol and white house. president trump listened to emotional stories from the parents of school shooting victims and students who lost their classmates. >> i was actually in the second classroom. i was shot at. in my mind as a kid nothing ever that horrible should ever have to happen to you and you can't even think about it. like, it doesn't even seem real still. >> i was born into a world where i never got to experience safety and peace. there needs to be a significant change in this country because this has to never happen again. and people should be able to feel that when they go to school they can be safe. >> i lost a best friend, who was
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practically a brother. and i'm here to use my voice because i know he can't. i know he's with me cheering me on to be strong, but it's hard. how are we not stopping this after columbine, after sandy hook? i'm sitting with a mother who lost her son and it's still happening. >> andrew's daughter meadow was killed in last week's shooting said action is overdue. >> should have been one school shooting and we should have fixed it! and i'm pissed! my daughter i'm not going to see again. she's not here. she's not here. she's at north lauderdale -- whatever it is, king david cemetery. that's where i go to see my kid now. >> alex said the government
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needs to address school safety first, not gun laws. the president will sit down with state and local officials to continue the discussion on gun violence. margaret brennan is at the white house with the president's response to the latest mass shooting. good morning. >> good morning. well the white house says that many of the parkland survivors who met with the president yesterday had personally written letters asking to be part of the conversation. others who had lived through the sandy hook and columbine massacres became advocates for gun control and school safety and their stories had an impact on the president who tweeted yesterday, i will always remember the time i spent today with courageous students, teachers and families. so much love in the midst of so much pain we must not let them down. now, one of the president's suggestions was to allow teachers or staff who have experience with firearms to carry concealed weapons into schools. in a tweet today, he said gun-free school zones are a magnet for bad people. now the president did not
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suggest a weapons ban but did pledge to strengthen background checks and look into changing the age limit for gun purchases. shortly after that televised listening session an nra spokesperson issued a statement arguing that changing age restrictions would deprive law abiding 18 to 20-year-old of their, quote, constitutional rights to self-protection. the president closed the session saying the world is watching and, norah, we'll have to wait to see if there's any action. >> all right. margaret, thank you so much. nra ceo wayne lapierre is talking this morning more than a week after the shooting at stoneman douglas high. he spoke to delegates at the conservative conference known as cpac outside washington a short time ago. >> our jewelry stores, all over this country, are more important than our children. our banks, our airports, our nba games, our nfl games, our office
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buildings, our movie stars, our politicians, they're all more protected than our children at school. local law enforcement, moms and dads, they all must come together to implement the very best strategy to harden their schools, including effective, trained, armed security, that will absolutely protect every innocent child. >> an nra spokeswoman said last night that the organization supports president trump's order for the justice department to decide if bump stocks should be illegal. those accessories allowing rapid fire were used in the las vegas massacre but not in parkland, florida. >> the public will have a chance to pay respects to the reverend billy graham before he's buried next friday. his body will lie in repose on monday and tuesday at his library in charlotte, north carolina. the famed egan glis influence
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transcended not just religion but politics. he met and advised every president from harry trueman to barack obama. while his counsel was bipartisan his movement became a force courted by republican candidates. russell moore president of the religious liberty commission of the southern baptist convention. thanks for being here. >> good morning. >> billy graham's influence on christian life in america, how big with was it? >> i think it was massive and partly because of his uniqueness as a communicator, innovating with technologies, a part of it is because of how the same he was of the rest of the christian message. never cut corners on got sell, never embarrassed about the message that people can find forgiveness through the shedded blood of jesus christ. that was the message he gave over and over again. the person drug addicted in the homeless shelter and the united states senator or the billionaire find the same message coming from billy graham of the grace of god through the good news of jesus christ.
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>> interesting to think of him in those terms because you've called him the most significant christian evangelist since the apostle paul. >> right. >> i mean, that's high praise. >> right. >> that's wow. >> saw jesus come back so that's -- >> i think part of that is because of the time in which he emerged help was able to use technologies that simply weren't available at any other time in history. >> right. using radio, television. >> those are similar to in the new testament time the use of roman and things that hadn't existed before. he used radio, television, and later years even the internet and was always a step ahead of everyone else, but always getting back to that old-time message of what the good news of christ is. >> could it be that billy graham had an iphone, that would be nice to know. >> i would not be surprised. >> he once said that one of his big regrets, if he had to talk about regrets in life, he crossed the line into politics. >> yeah. >> he was so revered and admired on both sides of the aisle. why do you think he regretted that? >> he looked back at the tapes during watergate, his close
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association with richard nixon which was more personal than it was political, but i think later he looked back and saw how those lines can become blurred and people can easily confuse a partisan political agenda for the kingdom of god and, of course, transcends all of that. so billy graham's primary goal was to reach people all people with the message of god's love, of the day of judgment that's coming for all people, and of the freedom that comes through forgiveness through the cross. so he, i think, more than made up for whatever errors he might have made in his past. >> christ's msage love thy neighbor, don't judge or be prideful. when you talk to officials now, that does not exist. does that argue for a gram-like figure to jump into politics or stay away? >> we need people in politics who have conscience and guided
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by morality and by the spirit of god. we need people to stand outside of politics speaking a word of grace and redemption and of judgment. that's what graham was able to do. he was able to say what we all know, we're sinners, we know that no matter how much we try to say everything is relative and everything is fine, we know that's not true in our own hearts. at the same time he loved people. so billy graham was never angry, billy graham was nef resentful. he was never warring against the culture in the world around him. he was john 3:16, he loved the world because god loves the world enough to say come to christ. >> i saw an old interview that diane sawyer had done with him years ago and said when the time comes he doesn't want people to say nice things about him because he didn't deserve it. what he wants to hear from the lord is, well done. well done my servant. >> yeah. >> you knew him personally. what stands out to you about him? >> what stood out to me was the gravity. first time i met him i was in my
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early 20s, young ministry and walking into the room it was almost like coming into the room with an old testament prophet in one sense. at the same time there was this warmth. i think of him sort of like -- i heard someone mention a preacher in london many years ago and said he was a steamroller but a gentle steamroller. i think that was true of billy graham. gentleness and warmth but the gravity of the message was overwhelming. >> and still endures. we need that message these days too. >> indeed. >> he has had a profound impact over the past century. thank you. >> thank you very much, russety moore. >> youtube faces criticism after the number one trending video on its side spread conspiracy theories about a florida school shooting survivor. issie is in our toyota green room to
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youtube faces strong criticism after it spread conspiracy theorys in the aftermath of the deadly school shooting in florida. the top trending video on the platform yesterday falsely accused survivor david hogg of being a crisis actor. that video was viewed more than 200,000 times before it was taken down. >> the yub tuoutube spokespersod this shid owe should never have appeared in trending. it was miss classified. last month logan paul removed a video he posted of a suicide
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victim. is is lapows issi lapowsky is a seen your writer at "wired." it ended up becoming the most popular video on the website. is no one watching it? >> there are. basically this video was a clip of david hogg speaking to local news affiliate years ago about an incident he saw on the beach. so youtube's algorithms look at that and say, okay, this is a legitimate news source. then they look at the caption to the video. the caption said david hogg, the actor. there's nothing harassing about those words. for some it's a fact, for some it's a compliment. they don't know he is a survivor of a school shooting. >> people are unwittingly liking and sharing propaganda. >> exactly.
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that falls to the yub tube moderators around the world. youtube will say we have people monitoring the videos and flagging, but not everybody has the context about this specific conspiracy right here in the united states. they say they're adding moderator, scaling up to 10,000 moderators this year. the question is with 4,000 going up on youtube, can they really catch this stuff. what i've been arguing is none of these trending tools online are really -- you know, they don't exist in nature. the tech companies created them. they have to start thinking is the upside, showing people relevant videos, outweighing the downside which shows complete conspiracy theories that are really harmful. >> what are the questions companies need to be asking? it's so disturbing it was trending and people were believing this. >> they need to think through
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engagement versus fact. they need to think through what is the real public service that these trending tools are providing. they created them with good intentions. they're not bad people. they're thinking if facebook and youtube is getting their way, we can have something eakin to the front page and that becomes this trending. they can't pull it aside because of the sheer content out there. they have to ask themselves whether it's responsible to let these exist. >> is it youtube's policy to create this kind of video? >> last year youtube instituted a new application of its harassment policy. if you post a picture of a victim of a tragedy, we're going to hold it as harassment. it's not that it's untrue. they say they don't want to be the arbiters of truth but youtube has decided if you're playing a hoax on the victim of a tragedy, that's clearly
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harassment. >> all right, issie, thanks. we'll take you to seoul how advertisements are targeting men and me. men are spends thousands of dollars on beauty products. you're watching "cbs this morning."
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♪ >> >> microsoft co-founder bill gates is one of the richest people, but he failed to test from ellen degenerous that made him guess the price of basic groceries on her tv show. >> how much do you think rice-a-roni would be. within a dollar. >> $5. >> okay. let's -- >> audience didn't like that. >> let's see. >> oh, it's $1. look what a bargain. >> i'll take five. >> i know. >> nice. >> well, the billionaire admit it's been a long time since he has been grocery shopping. he thought tide pods were $4, when they cost about $20.
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>> it's expensive to do laundry. >> he got dental floss right, so he has great te on the way. eleven big-city mayors are supporting a state assembly bill... that would use one-and-a-half good morning, it's 8:25. i'm anne makovec. help for the homeless could be on the way. 11 big city mayors in california are supporting a state assembly bill that would use $1.5 billion of state surplus money to fund homeless programs. under that bill, local governments receiving any of the money would have to match it. a search is under way for an oakland man at yosemite national park. 36-year-old alan chow was last seen on the way to the hetch hetchy trail over the weekend. search-and-rescue crews started looking for him on tuesday. your bay area traffic and weather coming up next. for kitchen, living room as all s and bedroom for a fraction of what y elsewhere.
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30 minutes between 80 and 101. this is right near lakeville highway. so just a few slowdowns along that stretch. but richmond/san rafael bridge, again, shut down in the westbound direction at san quentin due to a rollover crash. well, we are feeling the breeze out there and some cold, cold air and, yes, we are a still under the cold air mass, and snow down to 2,000 feet and flurries near mount hamilton. right now around tahoe, the snow is coming down. so it's low on 80 and 50 southlake, northlake getting snow flurries. and this camera shot was bouncing a lot a few moments ago. san francisco right now 44 degrees. livermore 43. but it feels colder because of the wind chill.
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welcome back to "cbs this morning." right now it's time to show you some of this morning's headlines from around the globe. "the wall street journal" says the toys "r" us plans to close another 200 stores. they're blaming disappointing holiday sales. they already announced store closing aboeings affecting abou. they fail bankruptcy in september. an amateur astronomer happened to catch a supernova being born. he was in argentina in 2017 when he put his cram on a telescope. he aimed it at a galaxy 80
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million light years away. his findings were published today when the word first got out. they used their telescopes to study the supernova. "the verge" reports they responded to more than a million users who hate the design of the app. they say they're useful. many say they feel uncomfortable, but it is here to say. the new snapchat will adapt to user over time. are you struggling with the new app? >> norah, i got jokes. >> our streak was going so well and then you fell off. >> i fell off the instagram grill. you know what they say about payback. >> i don't have that app. our partners at the bbc
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reports that justin trudeau's wardrobe has bun shown. he and his family have been shown on several occasions to wear the indian outfits. one tweeted is it just me or is this choreographed cuteness all a bit much now. fyi, we indians don't dress like this every day, circumstance not even in bollywood. the frontier in medicine. it's the topic of this morning's series grand rounds which is a practice of medical professio l professionals who teach other doctors about advancement. in a snu study we told you about researchers at googles uses aldo rhythms and eye scans to detect heart disease. >> they can diagnose patterns and speed up treatment. it's transforming medical care. our dr. david agus direct reese
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search. he also heads usc's west side canc cancer ter. he's a very busy dude but he joins us at the table. >> good morning. i'm still scared of the payback threat. >> it was aimed at me. >> it's so freaking cool -- that's what he says about a.i. what sit that strikes you most? >> they can take over our tasks. so at google if you look at the back of the eye, the fundus, there are blood velss there. they took 280 scans and they can look in the back of your eye, tell you your sex, your age, plus or minus three years, whether you smoke, your blood pressuring and most pofrptly your risk for heart disease by look. >> all by computer that all by computer.
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>> imaging is one of the fields where a.i. can do wonders. >> it is doing wonders. computers are better at picking up tuberculosis than humans are. imagine you're in the emergency room and there's a hundred x-rays the doctor has to look at. maybe they can look at it first and say, hey, doc, pay attention to this one because it may be pneumonia. that person can be treated quicker. there's a lot of information. >> when you get excited about this, we've gotten excited about a lot of technological intelligence and then months later everybody is freaked out. when you think about it, do you think about it as u i'm at the doctor's office or i'm on a scanner? >> it's a good question. a.i. is as simple as calling to confirm your appointment. there are certain taesks doctors aren't good at. if you'ring look at the mikes row scope, you have to look at a thousand cells and say normal,
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kabser, normal, cancer. the computer can do it all at once. some things they'll take over and do well, others will be in the purview of a physician. the cool thing about a.i. is it's going to make the good doctors great. >> a.i. and heart disease. >> yes. >> we've been teasing that all morning. how does that work? >> in the google example, they can look at the back of the eye. they can predict heart disease. in england, they can use a.i. to look at patients' medical records. all of a sudden it's going to be added on to what we do. we're going to get these clues. they're going to say, hey, you should consider this because even though they don't meet the standard criteria, we think they might. >> why is there so much information the eye? >> we know that. >> back in the eye, you could see all of the blood vessels and you can see whether they're a little thicker in certain areas of not. as an indicator, there are blood
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vessels all over the body. it's an el meant that gives you clues. >> your eye doctor could spot health concerns as we well. i have a question about a.i. and prove sichlt certainly we at one point can reach the point where
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