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with us today. >> who's been good. who's going to wear the hat. >> not me. >> mary. merry christmas everyone. >> may all your wishes come true today. cbs this morning coming up next. good morning and merry christmas. tuesday, december 25th, 2018. welcome to "cbs this morning." as our nation celebrates time with family and friends, we'll discuss how important it is to spread love this holiday season with bishop michael curry who electrified the royal wedding of harry and meghan. >> and a look back at our year of profiles in service and the women who are breaking barriers and making new impacts. they share what drives them to serve their country and the legacy they want to leave for the next generation of service members. >> for many, going to the movie theater on christmas is a family tradition. we go inside a connecticut
workshop where a hollywood prop master is transforming everyday objects into movie magic. >> and legendary tenor and tree ya botchelli, his son is featurd on a duet on bochelli's first new music in 20 years. how he didn't even know his son could sing until two years ago. >> we begin this christmas morning with a look at today's eye opener. your world in 90 seconds. [ church bells ringing ] >> the faithful around the globe celebrate christmas. >> the message from the pope as part of his blessing in vatican city. >> the government shutdown with no end in sight. >> the president tweeting, i am all alone, poor me, waiting for the democrats to make a deal. >> the death toll on the rise in indonesia. >> survivors may be trapped
beneath the rubble. >> the parents of otto wa warmbier -- >> now facing a sex assault charge. >> the former "house of cards" actor breaks his public silence. >> i'm certainly not going to pay the price for the things i didn't do. >> wall street saw its worst christmas eve losses ever. >> the plummet followed president trump's tweet criticizing the federal reserve. >> one community taking the holiday spirit to the next level. >> that guy can shake. >> and all that matters. >> santa's coming to town. the president and first lady taking calls from children waiting for santa's arrival. >> are you still a believer in santa? >> on "cbs this morning." >> harris. and look at the return he gets. what a smart move by harris. and he gets free. how about it raider nation. >> the raiders beat the broncos
27-14 in what might be their last game in oakland. >> it is a christmas miracle. raiders win. only their fourth game of the season. >> hey, raiders nation baby. >> this morning's eye opener is presented by toyota. let's go places. >> and merry christmas, everyone, hope you're having a beautiful christmas. anybody have a favorite holiday tradition? >> the kids waking you up saying get out of bed, we got to open presents. and my mother-in-law makes this amazing pecan breakfast somethings. and my father-in-law will lay a fire even if it's 80 degrees outside. >> i like all johnny mathis christmas songs. that's when you know christmas
has arrived. when you hear him sing. >> yes. >> nat cole for me. >> mine is definitely johnny mathis. >> we love chinese food and movies. >> really? >> yes, really. >> a good day for playing games with the family. that one day you have nothing else to do but play a game, cards, enjoy one another. good company. >> everybody get along today, how about that. peace. celebrate peace. >> someone forgets the batteries for the toy. >> we banned the battery toys, yes, after that. we recorded parts of this broadcast in the days leading up to the holidays so let's head to the newsroom. >> good morning. this is day four of the partial government shutdown and there's no end in sight. president trump canceled plans to go to florida for the holidays. when asked yesterday about progress on the spending deal, he said, quote, nothing new on
the shutdown and repeated his call for more border zrusecurit. 800,000 federal workers are affected. more than half are considered essential and expected to go back to work tomorrow without pay. the house and senate return thursday in hopes of getting a deal done. wall street is closed today for christmas. nervous investors are hoping for a rebound after u.s. stocks suffered the worst christmas eve losses ever. the dow jones plunged 653 points yesterday. the s&p 500 fell 65. the nasdaq dropped 140. the free fall was, in part, reaction to president trump's tweet railing against the federal reserve. he said, quote, the only problem our economy has is the fed. stocks are on track for their worst december since the great depression. at least 128 people are still missing in indonesia after the deadly weekend tsunami. resc rescuers searched for survivors. the tsunami roared ashore saturday, killing at least 429
people and injuring more than 1,400 others. homes were ripped apart by the wall of waves. hundreds of people fled to preports of another tsunami. some took refuge on top of a mosque. it turned out to be a false alarm. disgraced actor kevin spacey is facing a felony charge in the alleged groping of an 18-year-old in 2016. this is the first criminal charge against the oscar winner since his career collapsed amid a series of sexual misconduct allegations. stacey posted a bizarre video yesterday where he appears to beness former "house of cards" character. >> i'm certainly not going to pay the price for the things i didn't do. >> spaes he's due in a massachu court. he faces five years in prison if convicted. pope francis urged people to see differences not as a danger but as a source of richness. francis delivered the traditional christmas speech to
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serban obserbserve aengs of the holida. e dynamic production that has history and modern special effects launched in a theater just up the street. ♪ the musician sting composed the theme song, john. >> multimedia theater experience offers a new perspective on the sistine chapel painting. the show was created by a director who previously designed olympic ceremonies all with the vaticans permission. seth doane scored a ticket to go behind the scenes. he filed this report from vatican city. >> reporter: good morning and merry christmas. the vatican is always festive during the holidays. but the most elaborate decorations here won't wilt. in fact, they're centuries old. the sistine chapel, which is just over there, is visited every year by about 6 million people. and now in a theater just down the street, there's a way to see
michelangelo's masterpiece up close and in digital form. lasers, lights and a thunderous sound system.tinctly modern tou. michelangelo painting the sistine chapel. it's an immersive experience. even its creative director has a hard time describing. >> it's easier to say what is not. there is ballet but it is not a ballet. there's a lot of beautiful music by sting but it's not a musical. it's a very technological show. >> he treated michelangelo as a sort of superhero whose frescos in digital form turned rome's former symphony hall into a second sistine chapel. what did you think?
[ speaking foreign language ] you liked it. he had some practice staging a spectacle. notably the closing ceremony of the sochi olympic games. >> -- a one off, so like -- and it's finished, gone. this is, this time it keeps going. i open up the door to the sistine chapel. >> he let us peek backstage to see how the show works. what the cast wears and how he took inspiration from spectacles the catholic church had staged. this is the coffin of john paul ii which for -- to me, which i love ceremonies, that was one of the best ceremonies i ever done. >> he takes images that visitors strain to see in real life and
expand and animates them. he pushed to create this production and got the blessing of the vatican. the once spectacle italian columnist wasn't so nice. calling all the special effects visual viagra. when you hear critics say it's too much, it's all show. >> they told me, every time they say oh, it's like disney. i said disney is a genius. what's wrong with it? >> the creative director tells us he gets some of his inspiration from the immersive world of theme park rides. he knows he's been successful when he looks around to see audiences enthralled and not on their cell phones. for "cbs this morning," seth doane, vatican city. >> seth doane in vatican city, thank you. the religious aspect of christmas celebrations appear to be on the decline. a 2017 study from the pew
research center shows that 46% of americans celebrate christmas primarily as a religious holi y holiday. that's down from 51% back in 2013. the most reverend michael curry is a presiding bishop of the episcopal church. he famade headlines with his sermon at the royal wedding. he joins us today with the true meaning of christmas here in the studio. you believe the message of christmas is really all about love. >> it really is. >> is that hard these days when we're living in a nation that's so vitriolic and so mean and so hateful. you still say hold on to love? >> hold on to it. hold on to it because it's all we got. the truth is, if love is just a sentiment, then it doesn't matter. but love is a commitment.
john 3:16 speaks about christmas. god so loved the world that he gave his only son. it is love which is tied to giving, not taking. giving. we give gifts as a symbolic way of reminding us that god shows us the way of love, which is to give and not to count the cost. >> you said hold on to love because that's all we got. elaborate on that. >> if you'd asked me years ago, what's the opposite of love, i probably would have said hate. to be sure that's part of it. but the real opposite of love is selfishness. love is the opposite of self-centeredness. self-centeredness is the most destructive force in human relationships and political ones. love is the antidote. love is the cure. love is the way. >> i think the cure and the antidote is what many need. how do we do that when we're so polarized in the nation today? >> i think that's where we have to make a decision and a commitment. that's why i say love -- >> and we're mad too. >> yes, but make a commitment. i'm going to live in the most loving way possible today. if i'm a member of congress, i'm going to live in the most loving
way possible and i'm going to look for legislation that is about loving the neighbor. that is not about my self-interest but about the common good. that's what love looks like in political relationships. in business and commerce and in daily life. and that kind of unselfish sacrificial love is a game changer in all sorts of life. >> it has been quite a year for you. we saw you and meghan and harry's wedding. i saw you at the funeral of president george h.w. bush. what stands out for you? >> on both occasions at the funeral of president bush, the word love recurred over and over and over again. >> it did. >> and at that wedding, the truth is it was wonderful. the truth is we kind of all showed up, two million of us showed up to watch two people tell the rest of us that they love each other. >> that was a standout line for me. i was reading, and you had two -- many people didn't know you before that day, that you actually still get nervous.
you are an eloquent speaker. you know what you are going to talk about. what are you nervous to talk about? can't you call on the lord? >> i do call on the lord. i want to make sure he shows up. y i get nervous before. once i am in the moment, then i'm focused. then you get in the zone and keep going. i get nervous. you don't want to mess up. there i was at the bedding, two million people. i didn't want to scratch my nose. >> and you didn't. in 2019, other than love, what do you want us to remember? >> what i really want us to remember is there is one god who created all of us. if all of us have the same parent, that means we are brothers and sisters, siblings of each other. we need to treat each other and treat this creation like we are brothers and sisters. >> you can't get that message enough. so nice to meet you. >> great to meet you. >> thank you for coming today. >> god bless you. >> god bless you, too, bishop curry. gayle, i am in favor of spreading love during the
holiday season. a routine traffic stop turned into a life changing event for two families. when new jersey state trooper michael patterson pulled over with retired police officer, he had no idea he was about to meet his real life guardian angel. what unites us as americans is far greater than what divides us. "cbs this morning saturday" co-host michelle miller shares the story of a serendipitous encounter. >> reporter: with his body cam rolling, trooper michael patterson pulled over a white bmw for what he thought was a routine traffic stop. >> i grew up with this guy. >> reporter: after some small talk, retired police officer matthew bailey realized they were from the same neighborhood and had crossed paths before thanks to the trooper's mom. >> i was in labor and didn't realize it. before you know it i am on the bed and michael's head is crowning. >> reporter: every birthday michael's mother recounted the
story of how an officer helped his dad deliver him at home. >> years ago. it was the first baby i delivered. that's why i always remember the address. at the house, in the bedroom, oh, yeah, by myself. that was me. >> i am like, wow, is this really happening right now? >> reporter: matthew, michael, and his mom had the chance to return to the scene of his birth 27 years later. who was going through your mind? >> at that point i didn't have any children of my own. i had never seen it, experienced it. i was trying to recall academy days of my training. >> reporter: they train in the academy for this? >> a brief segment. much too brief. >> grateful to mr. bailey for coming to assist. everybody asks why i get upset. i get upset because i honestly don't know what would have happened had they not come to my aid. >> i think a greater power somehow made that meeting
happen, and i am not sure where it's going to take us. i am willing to go on the journey. >> we are definitely going to stay in touch because this is a such relationship. i'm sorry. it's a special relationship, and it was meant to happen. things just don't randomly happen like that. >> yeah, some people might call this serendipity. what do you call it? >> purpose. >> yes. >> indeed a special relationship. and that was michelle miller reporting. the families have gotten together since that reunion and have plans to see each other over the holidays. to top it off, there is a new member of the family. trooper patterson and his wife had a baby boy in july. they, however, were able to make it to the hospital. >> that's a great picture. >> yeah. >> just shows you some people say there are no coincidences in life. that was certainly one. that's such a cute face of that baby. that shows you that was truly meant to happen.
>> it was. >> we have more for you ahead on this christmas morning. we will reflect on the many americans we have introduced you to who dedicate their lives to helping others. we are going to take a look back on our series profiles in service and the inspiring women who made a mark in 2018. plus, a decades old local music shop discovered a unique way to keep the spirit of new york alive with custom guitars. you are watching "cbs this morning." the beautiful thing about care, is knowing that it's always there... ...and that it always will be. ♪ walgreens. trusted since 1901 do i use a toothpaste that whitens my teeth or one that's good for my teeth? now i don't have to choose!
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my feet began to sweat as those fluffy bunnies with the bunny eyes stared at me. >> come down here so i can see you better. >> i hoped that flick would never spot him as the word of this humiliation could make school a veritable hell. >> ooh! isn't that cute? that is the most precious thing i have ever seen in my life. >> okay. that is another christmas day tradition in our family. watching that movie, "a christmas story." ralphie wasn't thrilled opening a bunny costume on christmas morning, although it was cute on him. >> you have a lot going on. chinese food. movies. you are watching ralphie and people are cracking up. i need to come over to your house. >> there is room for you. >> we hope most kids across the
country are happy with the gifts they unwrap this morning. don't you hate when you give a child a gift and they go, oh, thanks. ahead, this year's top this is a kpix 5 morning update. >> good morning. it is 7:26 i'm anne makovec. shots rang out in san jose this morning police shot and killed one suspect and injured another after an incident on fruitdale and lee avenues. it's not clear yet what exactly led up to that confrontation. no officers were hurt. stocks plunged yesterday during yesterday's abbreviated. and put off hiring people. and san francisco's glide memorial church is holding its annual christmas celebration and free mooelts today. breakfast starts in a -- meals today. breakfast starts in a couple of
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♪ deck those halls ♪ i need to catch my breath welcome back to "cbs this morning." you know we can see you. turn us on. we are sitting here waiting. time to get up and open presents. >> if they don't have the tv on, how are you talking to them? i'm talking to other people, john. it's a personal thing. >> people can hear gayle no matter whether the tv is on or not. >> thank you, professor, dickerson. here are three things you should know this morning. the national retail
federationase young adults are more likely to spend money this holiday season as they take advantage of deals. 43% of consumers between ages of 18 and 24 said they would spend more this year. only 9% of shoppers 65 and older plan to spend more. the top selling toys this christmas, before we tell you that, let's go around the table. what is your favorite christmas toy. >> as a kid? >> yes. >> swatch watches. >> norah? >> i guess monopoly. >> john dickerson? >> remote-controlled tank. >> mine basswas a bike. this christmas favorite toys are barbies and legos. i like those, too. other popular gifts included hatchimals, marvel action figures, and video games. >> about 20 million u.s. households are waking up to presents underneath a real christmas tree. they can be reused or recycled once the holiday festivities are over. many recycling providers will
collect trees curbside in the next few weeks. so mulching programs clip and shred the trees to be used in gardens. local nonprofit will often provide pickups. and astronauts on the international space station will be dining on a special christmas meal today. a spacex dragon cargo ship delivered holiday goodies earlier this month, including smoked turkey, green bean casserole and candied yams. they will decorate shortbread and butter cookies with icing for dessert. the holiday season is time to spend with loved ones. for those who serve and their families it can be a tough time of the year. in profiles in service we spotlight americans who dedicate their lives to helping others. now we want to take a look back at some of the people we introduced you to this year and there is a theme. women who inspire. we went to the citadel in south carolina to watch cadet colonel
sarah zorn in action. zorn is the first woman to lead the cadets in the military academy's 176-year history. and jan crawford boarded the "uss abraham lincoln" to meet captain amy bauer schmidt. the first woman in navy history to hold the title of executive officer of a nuclear warship. we met the easter sisters. their family's tradition service dates back at least 100 years. and we climbed to the top of the brooklyn bridge for a training exercise with detective tina guererro. she is the only female counter sniper in the nypd's elite emergency service unit. >> that was pretty awesome. thanks for the great climb. >> you're welcome. >> this is no sweat off your back to do this? >> no, i enjoyed every minute of it. >> reporter: what does service mean to you? >> service is to be there. to be there to help people, you know, great people of the city.
to serve the city. i tell you, it's really important to me. >> reporter: you do it because you love it. >> it's hard hours, time away from your family and you risk your life every day? >> yes. >> reporter: it's worth it? >> well worth it. >> service means playing your part to protect your country and the people you love. >> when i was younger my parents would tell me with a servant's heart. sacrifice. >> reporter: you told us your parents never treated you or your sisters like girls? >> right. our parents never raised us like the typical girl. they never said we couldn't do anything of any sorts. they never limited us. my dad would look at me like any of the other people and say, like, you can lead men. why not? >> reporter: you are the first woman executive officer of a nuclear aircraft carrier. what does that mean to you? >> i hope i am a good leader and mentor to men and women. >> reporter: what does service mean to you? >> service is contributing to something greater than yourself.
for me it is about supporting and defending the constitution of the united states, but it's also about these young men and women i lead every day. >> reporter: i know you have used the word being a servant leader. what does that mean? >> to be a servant leader is to put others' needs before your own. i believe servant leadership is the only successful leadership because no matter your decision, you are making decisions as a leader on behalf of others. i hope to be a person of service, empathy, kindness because i think those are some of the fundamental things that people need in this world right now. a little more leadership. a little more empathy and understanding. >> think about that. empathy. thinking of other people is a key element of true leadership. and there is some exciting news about those easter sisters. since we told you their story, the oldest sister cory delivered a baby girl. look at this! and she goes by addie.
and we'll look forward to finding out if she becomes the fifth generation to serve in her family's history. >> what do you bet? >> i think yes. >> what inspired you the most from the women that you met? >> i am from a family who has served in the military and the army. the belief in that -- >> your sister? >> yes, my sister serves, too. selfless sacrifice, that leadership is not a selfish exercise. it is in the service of other people and people do that in all different types of jobs. but those who serve like in the military, for instance, really do it because they don't control, they are not home for the holidays. they are sent away. it's a difficult job. they are the best people in our country. >> integrity never goes out of style. >> true. ahead, another inspiring story for you. see how the owner of a local music shop is using guitars to pay tribute to history, you could say. if you are on the go subscribe to our "cbs this morning" podcast, hear the day's top stories, what's happening in
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new york city is in a constant state of transition, but mainstays of old new york are committed to preserving the city's relics. vladimir d vladimir is here with how carmine's historic guitars turns them into vintage instruments. >> good morning. rick kelly discovered a unique way of paying homage to the big apple by using the bones of old new york. >> my name is rick kelly. this is my shop. electric guitars. i have been doing this since like 1968. >> reporter: for more than half a century, this has been rick kelly's life. tucked away along a two-block stretch in new york city's greenwich village insulated from an evolution outside its doors is carmine's street garss.
it's one of the few shops that has its roots firmly planted in old new york. keeping the books in order, kelly's 93-year-old mother dorothy. >> new york city is so special. the neighborhood has gone through lots of changes. a lot of the old places, old haunts came and went. a lot of the clubs are going under. >> reporter: even in a digital age where production is rapidly trending towards automation, everything here is still crafted by hand. >> a lot of wood out of chelsea and chumlee's. that's the old speakeasy on bedford. >> reporter: the sawdust that lines the floor boards at carmine street were once part of the city. old cultural landmarks, many that no longer exist. you call the reclaimed wood that you use in these guitars the old bones of new york. >> the bones of old new york, yeah. it's because it's the bones of these buildings. all these buildings are framed in this old wood. they throw it away. i find it in dumpster.
i do a lot of dumpster diving. i have managed to get nice iconic historic buildings. >> reporter: littered among the stacks of pine in kelly's shop included beams from the 130-year-old chelsea hotel and prohibition-era speakeasy chum i's. some of rock and roll's greatest talent and literary giants from hemingway to fitzgerald. >> this is from wood that came from the bar of mcsorely's. oldest bar in new york. >> reporter: rick pumps out about four custom guitars per month, capturing a by gone era. you have patrons like bob dylan. >> yeah, lou reed. patty has one. ♪ >> reporter: j.p. cousin has been one of rick's customers for nearly a quarter century. >> i would say rick is the last vestige of home made products.
from pink floyd, you want to stop here and hang out for five minutes. you also have to know that ten minutes later he wants you to leave because he is busy. >> reporter: what does it mean to you when you see a concert and you see your work of art being used by another artist creating art? >> i know it's amazing to see when lou was at carnegie hall playing my guitar. it was like, wow, that's like magic. ♪ came from miami fla >> j.d. salinger and hemingway sat in these benches and chatted on those same timbers that i get to make guitars from. you start cutting, you can smell. when you walk by a bar in the morning after the place has been closed all night, it has that smell coming out of the door. it smells like that when you cut this wood. ♪ >> very cool.
you can tell he loves what he does. rick kelly is in the green room. >> yes. and sydney designs all the beautiful designs. christmas tree guitar, cool, right? >> very cool. >> and this is made from the wood of chumlee's. it's one of the old speakeasies in new york. what's incredible is the wood is so old that the moisture is out of the wood. so it makes it incredibly resonate. >> if you are quiet enough, you can hear john playing. >> the neck is great. it's solid. oh, yeah. >> it's pine. >> isn't that cool? >> what happens if you strum on the christmas tree one? >> let's try. >> that's one of the coolest things i have seen. >> might not be in tune, but let's see. >> it's not. >> yeah. >> it's an electricgy car. vlad, thank you so much. >> along with santa. i like it.
very nice. christmas activities like hanging stockings, lights and mistletoe evolved from pagan traditions. ahead, the origins of our favorite holiday events. where did the tradition of it's going to be a spectacular day across the bay area. we'll see breezy and cool conditions. daytime highs mainly in the upper 60s. 60 inland. mid to upper 50s for the coast as high pressure builds in for us. partly sunny on wednesday. plenty of sunshine thursday, friday, and saturday with a chance of shower on sunday. merry christmas. this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by toyota. let's go places. h this snowboard i got for christmas! how about the rav4? we got bikes!
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this is a kpix 5 morning update. >> good morning. 4 minutes before 8:00. i'm anne makovec. one suspect was killed and another injured during an officer-involved shooting. it happened earlier this morning in the willow glenn area of san jose. no officers were hurt. public transit it is christmas. will all run. golden gate transit will be on holiday schedule ferries are not running today. and hundreds of volunteers for the salvation army have been packing boxes of food to deliver food to people in need. they will be delivering nearly
merry christmas to you we are starting off the day with sunshine and joy. we'll continue to see that sunshine this afternoon. a beautiful view out there. temperatures mainly in the 40s and 45 in concord and oakland at 48. as well as for san jose. 44 for livermore. 49 for downtown san francisco and a chilly 36 in santa rosa. here's your christmas forecast. breezy with temperatures mainly in the upper 50s. high pressure builds in. so 60 in the afternoon for our inland locations. upper 50s for the bay. mid to upper 50s for the coast. we're going to stay dry for the next several days. partly sunny for tomorrow. plenty of sunshine thursday, friday, and for saturday. there is a chance to see a shower on sunday . and looking dry for monday. have a very merry christmas.
♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ merry christmas >> it's tuesday, december 25, 2018. happy christmas morning to you and welcome back to "cbs this morning" on this christmas morning. i'm wearing my christmas present dress. hello. thank you, norah. tennessee davis will join us behind holiday traditions and he'll tell us why we hang decorations on a tree and the voices of andrea bocelli and how the partnership and duet was a long time coming and first here's today's "eye opener at
8". >> pope francis delivers mass to thousands in st. peter's square. >> u.s. stocks suffered the worst christmas eve losses ever. disgraced actor kevin spacey is facing a felony charge in the alleged groping of an an-year-old in 2016. now in a theater just down the street there is a way to see michelangelo's masterpiece up close and in digital form. >> bellissimo! bellissimo. >> you liked it. >> you believe that the message of christmas is really all about love. >> is it hard these days when we're living in a nation that is so mean and hateful? you say hold on to love. >> hold onto it because it's all we've got. >> what inspired you the most? >> leadership. >> it's well worth it. >> that is the most precious
thing i've ever seen in my life. [ laughter ] >> okay. that is another christmas day tradition in my family. >> you have a lot going on christmas day. chinese food, watching ralphie and people are cracking up. we need to come over to your house. >> there's room for you! ♪ ♪ i'm john dickerson. norah o'donnell, gayle king and bianna golodryga. we hope you're enjoying a wonderful christmas morning. >> we do and we believe -- it's a part of the deep christmas spirit. >> it's true. and we have it here even early because we recorded part of this broadcast in the days leading up to the holidays. so right now let's go to the newsroom for a check of the morning headlines. >> good morning. i'm adriana diaz. president trump and democratic leaders are trading blame for the partial government shutdown now in its fourth day.
the president tweeted yesterday democrats must end shutdown and finish funding, billions of dollars and lives will be saved. he says the shutdown will last until a border wall is funded. likely incoming house speaker nancy pelosi and senate minority lead leader chuck schumer said president trump is plunging the country into chaos. an attack in kabul climbed to 40. the violence began when a suicide bomber blew up a car bomb, and armed gunmen stormed inside and ljm siege to the building for eight hours. three attackers were killed in a shootout. no one's claimed responsibility. it comes days after president trump ordered a major reduction of u.s. troops in afghanistan. u.s. immigration and customs enforcement is facing backlash after dropping off hundreds of migrants at a texas bus station without notice. agents released 200 people at a greyhound station in el paso
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90% of americans celebrate christmas one way or another. the holiday began in the first century when church officials chose to honor the birth of jesus, but several customs we've come to associate with christmas come from pagans celebrating the winter solstice. the "don't know much about" series which we love. merry christmas. >> merry christmas to you. it's a pleasure to be here. >> the bible never talks about the date of christ's birth yet we celebrate december 25th.
why? >> primarily because in ancient rome there was a feast called saternalia that celebrated the solstice. what is the solstice? the day that the sun starts coming back, the days start getting longer and most of the traditions that we have that relate to christmas relate to the solstice which was celebrated in ancient rome on december 25th. so when christianity became the official religion, in a sense, in rome, they were able to fix this date which some scholars say may be earlier than that. there's a little discrepancy about it, but no question that the fact that it was celebrated in rome as an important day with gift giving, candlelighting and singing and decorating houses really cemented christmas as december 25th. >> you always say you don't know much according to your book, but do you know why we have a christmas tree as opposed to a
bunch of hydrangeas? >> how about that, ken? >> this is another pagan tradition. so christmas is really about bringing out your inner pagan. [ laughter ] >> who knew we had an inner pagan. >> which of the wise men said that? >> like halloween, these all pre-date christianity, but in the nors e-wore world and scand, the solstice was an important idea, they celebrated the return of life by celebrating an evergreen tree. when christianity came in they started to use the evergreen tree, the pagan symbol as a symbol of the tree of paradise and they started to hang an apple on it. so little red balls on green trees, get it? >> the ornaments. that's where the ornaments came in. >> so all of these things celebrate the fact that light and life are coming back into
the world. >> which is essentially what christmas means to christians around the world? >> and mistletoe? >> we can thankthe druids for that, and mistletoe hung from the sacred oak. you gave them the sign of peace under the mistletoe and they started to hang mistletoe as a symbol of peace and this was such a powerful symbol of paganism and in fact, the real war of christmas in america begins with the puritans around 1869. they knew the date and the traditions were pagan ideas and the puritans banned christmas for 20 years in america before the celebration began just too popular. >> you will be glad to know that all of your answers today are correct. you know a lot. you know a lot kenneth c. davis! >> merry christmas to you,
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reindeer really know how to fly ♪ ♪ oh, that was italian singer/songwriter andrea bocelli performing a christmas song with natalie cole in 2009, but bocelli is making new waves in the music industry and he's bringing his son for the ride, you could say. bocelli became the first classical musician to make the 100 chart. his youngest son matteo appears on the album in a stunning duet. we met up with these two last fall in new york where they opened up about sharing the stage together. >> life is like walking, no? >> like a walk? >> our goal is to go on. >> yes. one foot in front of the other. >> step by step. >> the next step in the career of classical music tenor andrea
bocelli. ♪ >> is his first album of new music in 14 years. it includes a duet with his youngest son matteo. ♪ fall on me >> my first time i heard it. >> ♪ with all your light ♪ >> it made me want to cry because i being feel -- >> don't cry. >> i could feel the emotion of the song. i'm very happy. i'm very happy. >> the song is beautiful because it's very honest and inspired. ♪ fall on me >> it means a lot to me because it talks about the beautiful relation that i have with my father, and about the relation that many sons have with their parents. >> have. >> have. he corrects me. see? ♪ fly like a canon ball straight to my soul ♪ >> two years ago i didn't know matteo sang. >> what do you mean he didn't know? >> because he studied piano. >> yes. >> he knows the music just for
this. >> and one time his mother came to me and said have you heard matteo to sing? i said no, and she said, try to listen to him because he's very nice. ♪ i step outside, it's like i'm breathe young in the air ♪ >> when did you know that your dad was andrea bocelli, that your dad was not like the other dads in the neighborhood? ♪ >> when i was a kid me and my brother were used to asking why everyone was, like, stopping him. >> in the street. >> -- in the street and asking for pictures. ♪ >> i'm fascinated by your life because you had hit at an early age with a football that took away your sight, but that never seemed to stop you. your mom said you would do the most dangerous things including people say andrea bocelli rides
horses. you don't worry about him, matteo? >> always. every time he rides a horse, but that's his passion. >> tell the truth. i am good rider. ♪ con te partiro ♪ >> when you hear people's voices, do you get a sense of what you think they look like? i've often wondered that. >> if it's a girl. >> yes. >> i do my best to imagine everything. if it's a man, i don't care. [ laughter ] i like what you said, i was reading about love, when you first saw veronica and you first met her. you said it was love at first sight and you said that's really how it goes. >> yes. love is suddenly or never because love comes from chemistry. >> yeah. >> and it's basic chemistry. >> but see, i always thought you had to build to love sometimes and you say it's then or never.
that's interesting. >> i think that people speak about love a lot. >> yes. >> reverse and reverse of words. >> yeah. >> but if in bed everything is okay and everything is okay also outside. >> andrea, that's not true. >> i think so. >> but i hear you. >> no, it's my opinion. i don't want to convince anybody. >> matteo, you feel the same wa% about love? love at first sight? >> don't look at me. >> he knew you were looking at him. >> i just say we have different points of view. >> because you're young. >> yes. >> because you're 20. wait for it. ♪ fall on me >> one thing matteo doesn't have to wait for is his career in music to take off. ♪ fall on me >> you've got your first success when you were in your mid-30s. some of these kids become famous at 14, 18. >> it's true. >> do you think it's better that you were -- >> i think it's better for
the -- for the soul because success -- success is very dangerous. >> matteo, what's your dream as you sit here, as your career is really just starting, 20, 21. >> my dream is to achieve the success that my dad -- >> we haven't heard from andrea bocelli. he hasn't done an album in 14 years and you can tell the dine am being between the two of them are super, super close. listen to the year he's had andrea bocelli, 170 million streams, listened to by 16 million fans, 11 million hours in 65 countries. >> amazing. >> now his son. i love it. >> the two of them together is magical. >> to sing with your child, what a joy that would be as a parent. >> for both of them. >> now they'll both have fans around the world. >> we should mention that while the bocellis celebrate the holidays as a family, we want to introduce you to our family here
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♪ merry christmas baby >> welcome back to "cbs this morning." christmas is the most popular time of the year for families to head to theaters. the family flick "mary poppins returns" has been released and the high lake eriely anticipated welcome to marwin. it was the highest grossing week of last year, bringing in more than $468 million. the props are an integral part of the movies. anthony mason met a prop designer who transforms paper and printing into movie magic.
>> reporter: he is a printer by trade with an impressive collection of antique type. upstairs in his connecticut workshop ross mcdonald keeps a different set of tools. >> that's a bone saw. >> reporter: actually a bone saw? >> a bone saw. it was for sawing the back sign of book blocks. >> reporter: sure you do. mcdonald is a prop maker. a master craftsman who can make a new book look a century old. he creates many of the signs and documents you see on screen. >> it's dangerous to go to a movie theater with me. hey, everybody, look! hey! >> historical fun fact. when the founding fathers wrote the charter, their old time script made one of the a's look like a d. >> reporter: for parks and recreation, he created the 1817 pawnee town charter. >> this is handset wood and metal type that's actually from
that period. >> reporter:. >> the pawnee charter shall not be changed. >> reporter: this is a department of state seal? >> yes, this is the department of state. this is from madam secretary. >> everyone is someone else's guy until they are your guy. >> reporter: he made the official paperwork for the cbs series. you can get in trouble for these? >> yeah, i know. i have had vendors call and say, exactly what is this for again? >> reporter: how much background research do you have do? >> that's probably 75% to 80% of the work for period props. it can be, yeah. >> reporter: do you enjoy the search? >> i love it, yeah. >> reporter: mcdonald's most famous prop appeared in national treasure book of secrets. he created the fictional book passed down from george washington to all future presidents that holds the country's darkest secrets. were they specific about wanting all of this? >> no.
because they were sort of writing the script on the fly for this, they just said create a book of secrets. so i said, okay, area 51? jfk assassination? a fake moon landing? >> we don't have time. >> then i made up a bunch of crazy stuff. i made up stuff about the titanic. >> reporter: this sounds like a lot of fun. >> it was so much fun. >> page 47. let's have a look at that. >> i get letters from kids. what's on page 47? >> reporter: what is on page 47? >> okay. it can finally be revealed, folks. nothing. >> well, done, anthony. great piece. well, one of our favorite parts of christmas day is introducing you to our entire way to stay connected.
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this is a kpix 5 morning update. >> good morning 5 minutes before 9:00 i'm anne makovec. one suspect was killed and another injured during an officer-involved shooting in san jose. happened early this morning in the willow glenn neighborhood. it is unclear what led up to the shooting. no officers were hurt. >> public transit is limited today because it is christmas day. as well as cal train and ac transit. golden gate transit will be on a holiday special and ferries are not running today. >> hundreds of volunteers for the salvation army are packing boxes of food. they will be delivering nearly 4,000 packages across the bay
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the blue skies out there. temperatures are mainly in the 40s there. 49 in concord. oakland and downtown san francisco 48. livermore 47. 50 in san jose and 42 for santa rosa. satellite and radar view, that low continues to move out of here. the low that brought the rain and the wind yesterday and high pressure will build in not just today but over the next several days. e plenty of sun for today. temperatures mainly in the upper 50s. 58 in downtown san francisco. 59 for you in san rafael. as well as for oakland, alameda. redwood city coming in at 59. 59 for san jose. 57 in fremont and livermore. 60 for a high in concord as well as for santa rosa. we are looking at temperatures that are going to be in the upper 50s for inland locations tomorrow. mid to upper 50s for the bay and
wayne (high-pitched): oh-oh! jonathan: it's a trip to australia! tiffany (australian accent): it's a diamond ring! wayne (in french accent): you said that before. say it again. - going for the big deal, baby. wayne: you got the big deal! jonathan: ha, ha. tiffany: hello? open the box! wayne: you won a car! you did it! - (screaming) jonathan: i'm vanilla pudding. wayne: dreams do come true! jonathan: it's time for "let's make a deal." now here's tv's big dealer, wayne brady! (cheers and applause) wayne: hey, america, welcome to "let's make a deal." this is our christmastime episode. look at it. got snow, and christmas trees, and-- carrots? what the hell are carrots doing here? i need three people, let's make a christmas deal. a polar bear right there, the polar bear, come on, polar bear.