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♪ good morning. it is tuesday, september 9th, 2014. welcome to "cbs this morning." the nfl under fire for its handling of the ray rice incident. the story even the white house says is bigger than football. deadly flooding sweeps across the southwest. and a crucial test for apple. can today's big reveal silence the skeptics? >> but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> there was a failure at our level. >> somebody who hits a woman like that belongs in jail. the nfl suspended ray rice indefinitely. >> after video surfaced of him
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knocking his fiancee unconscious. >> both the league and the ravens said they have never seen before. >> employees at the nfl were at the casino to see the video. >> severe storms handle the southwest with record flooding. >> it's complete a little mess here. >> north of las vegas. >> hundreds of cars. >> in arizona, the governor has declared a state of emergency afternoon a record day of rainfall. the fourth american with ebola virus will be at emery hospital in atlanta. home depot acknowledged it was breached by hackers. >> more states reporting children hospitalized with the rare strain of the virus. >> cover your hands when you cough. parents have to be alert. >> the wait is over -- >> apple expected to reveal the iphone with the larger screen. >> a very special mark in hollywood. >> i wanted to do something just a little bit -- i got another
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finger. >> all that -- >> and marin cilic has won the u.s. open! >> oh! >> touchdown. >> the lions get an impressive opening night victory. and the arizona cardinals steal the one-point after trailing by 11. and "all that mattered" -- >> president bush is already a grandfather has advice for president clinton. >> get ready to be like the lowest person in the peckinging order in your family. >> "cbs this morning" -- >> good evening, everyone, i'm your new host. >> actor james cordon will be the host of the late show. >> he's very good. and he's from britain. >> oh, good, someone else we won't be able to understand. [ laughter ] >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" is presented by toyota. "eye opener" is presented by toyota. let's go places. captioning funded by cbs welcome to "cbs this morning." nfl all-pro ray rice planned to
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be back on the field next weekend. instead, he is out of pro football. and the league is facing strong criticism this morning for not taking tougher action sooner. >> a video came out monday showing rice punching and knocking out his future wife. the footage is so upsetting, even president obama is talking about it. the white house spokesman says, quote, hitting a woman is not something a real man does. and that's true whether or not an act of violence happens in the public eye or far too often behind closed doors. a state went on to say that stopping domestic violence is bigger than football. james brown host of "the nfl today." >> good morning, we saw the aftermath of rice dragging janay's limp body out of the elevator. >> reporter: in the video
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obtained by tmz, ray rice is first seen striking janay palmer. as she moves toward him, he hits her again and knocked out cold. rice hovers above her. the ravens who have stood by heir star running back for months finally have had enough. >> it's something that we saw for the first time today, you know, all of us, and it changed things, of course. >> domestic violence of any kind is not tolerated. >> reporter: the nfl has asked to see all the videos from the incident. but prosecutors rejected the request. the league insisted no one in commissioner goodell's office saw the video until it surfaced monday. many critics including william rhoden are skeptical. >> we found out that roger goodell knew about this video and saw it, we really have to start thinking about impeachment. because this is completely -- i mean, beyond unacceptable. >> reporter: ever since tmz
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released its video in february showing rice dragging palmer's body out of the elevator, the nfl has been under fire for its handling of the matter. in may, the ravens organized a press conference where palmer now married to rice offered an apology. >> i do deeply regret the role i played in the incident on sunday. >> reporter: rice received a two-game suspension. >> my acts are inexcusable. and there is something i have to live for -- have to live with the rest of my life. >> reporter: the punishment was widely criticized as too lenient, and after an outcry, two weeks ago, goodell announced he was stiffening penalties for domestic violence. >> you have to be embarrassed, you had to be embarrassed to doing the right thing. >> rice had two years remaining on the five-year $30 million contract extension but was already paid $22 million in guaranteed bonus money. but as we know, the ravens
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terminated that contract and do not owe him any more money, charlie. >> amy traffic is with us, she is an nfl analysis for cbs sports. amy, good morning. >> good morning. >> we want to ask, why didn't they do something sooner, and why hadn't they seen the video sooner? >> perplexing questions for sure. as to why they didn't see the video sooner, i don't know that any of us know the answers relating to the video issue. and quite frankly, i'm not sure what i would find more stunning, that the league did not see the video, which is -- would be stunning. or that the league saw the video and, yet, imposed only a two-game penalty which would be stunning. i don't know which is more perplexing. >> and, amy, isn't that the critical question, that some critics have charged that the nfl was willfully ignorant?
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>> well, certainly, the video was available. and i know a number of us remarked at the time, this video is going to come out, whether it's deadspin or tmz or some other place, the video is going to come back. clearly whether it was the intention of the league not to pursue the video at the ignorance as you just suggested or whether it was a colossal is, colossal mistake. in either regard, the standard really should have been, or should be, did the league see the video? or should the league have been held to a standard of having seen the video. >> and can i just ask, what seeing the video changes thing. we just heard jim harbaugh who is a very good man say first he stood by ray rice. but then seeing the video, it changed things. we saw her being dragged out like a rag doll. we knew she had been knocked out. why did that change things? >> you know, that's an excellent
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point. and arguably, it shouldn't change anything. but i'm reminded of the adage that a picture paints a thousand words. look, the video is horrifying, it's heartbreaking and it's hard to watch. but does it change what we know happened which is an unconscious woman was dragged from the elevator, no, it doesn't change that. >> amy, all that we know now, what should happen now? who should pay the price? >> i think the ravens did the right thing. many people will insert that it was done belatedly. whether belated or not, the ravens did the right thing. for a number of reasons it was the right thing to do yesterday. and the league has articulated a new policy with respect to matters of this nature. again, whether it's late or not it is a new policy. and what we have to hope, the league is going to enforce it and deters this sort of behavior and educates players and others
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in and around the league about what sort of actions are absolutely unacceptable. look, the league is a popular, popular league. people follow it avidly. and if the league can use this now as a platform to educate people that this sort of behavior, it's not simply domestic violence, it's assault and battery, it's not okay. >> this story is not over, amy traffic, thank you so much. and the remains of hurricane norbert is dropping storms in the midwest. flooding killed at least two people stranding drivers and closing roads in arizona, california, utah and nevada. danielle nottingham is in las vegas, one of the hardest hit cities. danielle, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, i'm just outside caesars palace on the famous las vegas strip, thousands arriving here have
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been facing power outages and flooded streets. the cleanup is on the way, but nevada is still reeling from the devastation caused by his latest storm. >> reporter: the storm pummeled the las vegas strip, dumping more than three inches of rain in one hour. flooding attractions like the high roller ferris wheel and closing a 20-mile stretch of i-15 the only intestate into the city. >> there are hundreds of cars up and down that are just trapped. there are whole sections of highway that are completely gone and buckled. >> reporter: the buckled freeway stranded homeowners and left the big rigs with no way out. >> we can provide several rescues. and provide people safe. >> you can see water cascading off. >> reporter: the moapa valley 60 miles west of vegas was hardest hit. 100,000 homes in mesa, arizona
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were evacuated, as that state experienced record-breaking rainfall not seen since 1933. and residents in tucson struggled to save dozens of stranded motorists. two women died in the flooding. one trapped in her car. >> within a few minutes of us arriving on scene, that vehicle was swept downstream and immediately went down under water. >> reporter: phoenix motorist jim sampson was quickly hid by water. >> i just climbed out. >> reporter: one construction worker near the quad casino was nearly launched away by a current that was a block wide and six inches deep. the national weather service says the rain and the flooding could continue in the southwest between early wednesday.
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charlie. >> danielle, thank. meteorologist evelyn taft is tracking the dangerous weather. evelyn, good morning. >> good morning, we're still looking at tropical moisture from storm norbert. you'll see the flood risks later this afternoon that includes southeastern portions of california, nevada, northern arizona utah and colorado. checking in with severe weather risks possibly tornado it's in area as cold air first times in. and finally checking in at the east. looking at a lot of moisture, and we could see a good amount of rain. the majority of rain coming over the carolinas later today, norah. home depot is working this morning to get rid of a virus that could put your personal information at risk. the company confirms that a data breach affects more than 2200 stores in the u.s. and canada. jill schlesinger is here.
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good morning. >> good morning. >> so this breach is larger than the one that hit target and some 40 million customers there? >> yeah, it looks like it could be. been going on for four months now. could be up to 60 million different accounts and target had 40 million. so this is a pretty major big deal. also happened during the very busy home season for home depot. retailers, doing your home renovation, is this really a major breach. >> how is the company fighting it? >> well they're working with law enforcement, secret service, as well as security protection companies to find out the extent of it. i'm not sure the company knows the extent of the problem yet which sort of makes you feel crazy. as a customer, you wonder what should you do. but the company says don't worry, any fraudulent charges we will eat it. and you should be monitoring your bank activity. look for anything that looking strange and flag it immediately. >> who is behind this?
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the same people behind the target episode? >> well, it looked like it's somewhat connected. we're not sure. it looks like the malware is the same that affected the target breach. there's some talk that there is a russian behind this. but it's not confirmed yet. again, a lot of information evolving here. the story will start to roll out, but if you've been to home depot, keep your eyes and ears open. president obama briefs congressional leaders this afternoon on his plan to take on isis. the president says an expanded offensive against the terror group will not use american ground troops. he will outline a broader plan relying on allies in the region. the president consulted with foreign affairs experts last night. he'll describe his plan in a speech to the country tomorrow. and the start of a new school year could be helping a virus spread among students. a dozen states from colorado to alabama report a case of unusual respiratory illness. dean reynolds is there where
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they are sending a lot of kids to the e.r. >> reporter: it's called enterovirus 68, it's a relative the common cold. several states are confirming cases and it's spreading rapidly among children. at the learning hospital in chicago, beds are filling up faster than effort. >> it's not stopping. >> reporter: not stopping because of a rare form of the common cold that's anything but common. the virus known as enterovirus 68, primarily affects the respiratory tract of young children. like river johnsons whose mother brought him to the emergency room sunday. >> i felt like somebody was pressing on my chest. >> you just couldn't get a breath? >> no. >> reporter: doctors warn that children with preexisting conditions like asthma are at risk. >> a little inflation can
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trigger a lot more trouble breathing. >> reporter: the cdc says hospitals in kansas city and chicago first reported a number of spikes with children with respiratory problems in august. since then, enterovirus clusters have popped up in a dozen states in the southwest and south. >> children attending school is probably part of the factor of why we see an increase at this time of year. >> reporter: at children's hospital in colorado where 447 kids visited the emergency department in just three days, doctors say resources are taxed. but insists they're prepared for outbreaks like these. >> you go up. and then it goes down. and then it goes away. and we'll be ready and set for influenza when it starts sometime in the season. >> now, enterovirus takes about a week to run its course. and so far, there have been no reported fatalities connected to it. a fourth american infected
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with ebola arrive it's in united states this morning emory hospital in atlanta has not released any information about the person but a world health organization doctor has tested positive with the disease. that doctor is from the united states. last month, the hospital successfully treated two ebola patients and a doctor was infected in liberia. w.h.o. predicts that country could see thousands with the infection in weeks. an air marshal was stabbed with a is ring before boarding a united airlines flight to houston. the marshal was put in custody after he landed. jeff pegues looks at the possible motive. >> good morning. the attack happened sunday before the air marshal boarded
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the flight in lagos, one of nigeria's biggest cities when someone approach him and being described in a nonsecure area. the air marshal was then stabbed in or near his arm with a syringe containing an unknown substance. it's not clear if that substance was injected into the air marshal. the fbi says it is investigating the incident and that this air marshal who was in plain clothes could have been attacked because he was an american. the fbi says right now there are no apparent links to terrorism. and the agency is treating it as a criminal matter. nigeria is one of several west african countries that have been affected by the devastating ebola virus. and so as a precaution, the centers for disease control screened the victim as soon as he landed in houston. the cdc says he is not showing signs of illness this morning. and so far, testing has indicated that whatever may have been in that syringe was not a danger to other passengers on board that plane, charlie. >> jeff, thanks.
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that new report says high-energy objects from outside likely caused malaysia airlines flight 17 to break up over eastern ukraine. the dutch safety board released its preliminary findings. the jet crashed in territory held by pro-russian rebels in july. the report does not say who was responsible. the rebels officially deny shooting down the jet but one rebel leader admitted they are to blame. and it is 7:19. ahead on "cbs this morning," apple won't say what's inside the giant white cube. that's one of the unknowns ahead ofof thi
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>> let's check in with katie over in the weather center. >> good morning, everybody, okay, so yesterday may not have been the most ideal dayment didn't see too much sunshine out there. but today really actually looks as though it may ends up being little more dreary. here's y you can see the very thick cloud deck starting to fill in across much of delaware, most of southern new jersey, the leading edge after nearby storm system which will generally just clip us. so there will be few showers out there in philadelphia. but you have got a decent shot to see maybe few pockets of steady rain, south and east of philly here today specially closer to the shore. later tonight we should all start to clear out, gradually, but it will happen. that does mean we're in for break for tomorrow. have a chance to warm one little more sunshine, also bit more steamy, by thursday.
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>> coming up on clock three schuylkill expressway at city avenue. so headed westbound toward king of prussia, even barely moving, at all, a loft incidents to talk about, montgomery county, overturned car on the northeast extension southbound near lansdale, taking out the right-hand lane. new jersey turnpike still a truck fire, take too long lanes out completely, alternate there, take route 130. ukee, back over to you. >> jess, thanks so much. next update at clock 55, up next on cbs this morning, more on and he will's big announcement today. more local news weather traffic and sports we're keeping it live, keeping it local on the "cw philly". you cacan find us on these channels. i'm ukee washington. have a good mor
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here in l.a., it rained briefly for ten minutes. [ laughter ] it rained briefly. [ cheers and applause ] for ten minutes. >> in response to the rain, apple's ceo said, see, all clouds occasionally leak. [ laughter ] welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour -- apple hosts the silence skeptics today. what will it mean for the iphone and your online security? plus, a couple of guys sitting around talking about old times in the office. except this time, it's the oval office. some people say bill clinton and george w. bush are having a fine bromance these days. ahead what the two leaders are
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revealing about their unique relationship. >> bromance. >> it's working for them. "usa today" says many airline catering workers are worried about security. surveying 400 workers nationwide nearly a quarter of them say unauthorized people can get in their kitchen or trucks or put contraband on a food cart. one says they understand the importance of protecting safety. "the new york times" says domestic oil and gas production is reviving. it's about 20% since the end of 2009, jobs also recovering about 700,000 jobs have been added in the past five years. "the wall street journal" says amazon has smartphones more less than a dollar. sales have been so slow, that amazon cut the price of its 32-gigabyte fire phone to just 99 creents. that's with a two-year contract. the fire originally sold tour
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for $199. "the philadelphia inquirer" said penn state can play in a bowl game. they got the program out of preseason play and cut down on scholarships, those sanctions were imposed a few years ago from the jerry sandusky scandal. and the tennesseean national says ten teenagers and one adult are under arrest this morning after a brutal mob attack at a memphis supermarket. at least one group said the group appeared to be playing the popular knockout game. don dahler is here. don, is this scary stuff. >> it really is, it's unclear if it was gang-related or had to do with the knockout game. the knockout game has become increasingly popular.
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the goal of hitting a stranger and knock them out with one punch. >> reporter: according to customers, he started beating a customer. investigators say that's when two employees came to help. the teens attacked, kicking them until they lost consciousness. [ bleep ]. >> oh! [ bleep ]. >> oh! >> reporter: a witness says some of the kids threw pumpkins at one of the unconscious victims. >> oh, my word. somebody call somebody. >> it didn't seem real. it didn't seem like any of that had happened. >> reporter: the witness who asked not to be identified said this was part of a violent game. >> they were playing that game, knock them out. where they would point someone out or team to knock them out or attempt to fight them. >> reporter: suspected cases of knockout game have been popping up around the country.
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in pittsburgh, this unsuspecting teacher was hit so hard he fell head first into the curb. last month in new york, a 72-year-old man was knocked to the ground in the middle of the day for no apparent reason. police have not revealed a possible motive in the memphis attack, but the leaders say this will not be accepted. >> well, they went out and formed a mob. that dog will not hunt in memphis, tennessee. >> well, the video appears to show black teens attacking a white victim. that witness says some of the victims were also black and that the mob was a mix of races. police have not said that the violence was racially motivated. >> whatever the motivation -- whatever the motivation -- >> -- it's a dumb game. >> yeah, it makes you sick and angry at the time. >> and the crowd watching was laughing. >> i heard that. also disturbing.
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the tech world is hosting one of the most rivaled this year. reports say apple will show off the iphone 6. john blackstone is at apple's hometown of cupertino, california. john, good morning. >> good morning, well, apple is well-known for creating mystery around its product launches. and one of the mysteries this time, just what's inside this three-story high white cube under tight security apple's had constructed here just for this event. now, as usual, apple is saying nothing officially about what it will be unveiling today. and as usual, there are plenty of rumors. >> reporter: inside apple's silicon valley headquarters a team is on the verge of unveiling apple's next big thing. the first iwatch. it wouldn't be the first of its kind. >> if anything, apple is.
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waiting to see what is more mature. >> reporter: it's a breakthrough in wearable technology. a design that put it a fingertips away will be doing the same thing with the watch. >> it probably will sensors it, probably a bio rhythm. in theory, you'll be able to put your wrist up against that system and it will make the payment for you automatically. >> reporter: but the more the smartphone knows about you the more attracter to hacker. >> that's where the criminal activity is go focused. >> reporter: that's where the money is? >> yeah. >> caller: apple ceo tim cook is under enhanced security measures following the release of nude photos of jennifer lawrence possibly from apple's icloud. >> false everywhere.
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the public is not providing or educationing users. it's users not realizing what security options are out there. you need to do things better than picking an easy password. you need to pick, say, a pass phrase or two types of authentication. things like that. >> apple is expected to unveil not one but two new iphones today. one with a significantly larger screen than current iphone models. and presumably, a little later this morning, we'll find out what apple's hiding inside this big white cube. >> thank you, john. you know they started lining up at the apple store by your house. >> yes, indeed. >> are you going to run over there and hop in line? what do you think? >> you know, whatever -- >> he always gets stuff. >> it doesn't matter what's in that white box, charlie's going to get one, whatever it is. >> all toys. ahead, two political rivals
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now look more like old friends. >> he used to call me twice a year in his second term. just to talk. when he talked depended on how much time he had. somewhere 30 and 45 minutes for several years. he asked my opinion. half the time he disagreed with it. >> it's nice to hear that. bill clinton and george w. bush share more than a little. we'll show is you the compliments, the laughter and advice shared between the two presidents. and tomorrow on "cbs this morning," the parents of an american held for two years in syria break their silence. >> i do not accept that he is missing. i have lived in a place where he is coming home. i know that sounds like two sides of the same coin but it my mind, it isn't. i'm waiting for him to come home. >> how the family is keeping hope alive. that's tomorrow. you're watching "cbs this morning." (male announcer) it's happening.
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this was the summer of the super moon. sky gazers are seeing a spectacular show for the third straight month. the moon appeared larger and brighter last night because the orbit is closer to the earth as usual. it's also called the harvest moon because it's near the first day of fall. you'll have to wait until next year to see another super moon. i was actually looking at the moon with my kids. >> i was going to say did anybody see it last night? >> oh, yeah. it looks nice on video. i need to look up, charlie. >> i'll call you next time. >> please. former president bill clinton and george w. bush are showing how formal rivals can come together. they launched a new leadership program in washington yesterday. but when at the took the stage yesterday, we saw candid moments that revealed an unique relationship. bill plante at the white house
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takes a look at a republican and a democrat happy side by side. >> if you asked me to name two people who you thought would never get along, you might say bill clinton and george w. bush, but you would be wrong. they were together here on monday, swapping stories about life as an ex-president. >> we were laughing about going to restaurants and having to spend our time taking selfies with people. >> at least they're still asking, you know? [ laughter ] >> yeah, that's right. >> reporter: it's two former presidents laughing it up like old friend. >> there's a lot to admire about bill clinton. first of all, he's an awesome communicator. >> reporter: and sharing old memory. >> he used to call me twice a year in his second term, just to talk. when we talked depending on how much time he had somewhere between 35 and 40 minutes for several years.
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he asked my opinion on it, a lot of time he disagreed with it. >> reporter: they first teamed, president clinton andel president bush's father. barbara bush said he began to see the democrat as family. >> i think he thinks of george as little bit as the father he didn't have. i love bill clinton. maybe not his politics, but i love bill clinton. >> reporter: on monday, they shared their thoughts on leadership with only 2016 and a possible contest with hillary clinton and jeb bush. >> remember the woman in canada who asked us about what another clinton bush matchup. my answer was, the first one didn't turn out too good. >> reporter: and with chelsea clinton expecting a child later this year. ♪
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[ laughter ] >> only two people have this number, they're both related to me, i hope i'm not being told i'm about to become a premature grandfather. >> reporter: that's right. mr. bush offered some advice on being a grandparent. >> be prepared to fall completely in love. that's going to be an awesome period for you. get ready also to be like the lowest person in the pecking order in your family. [ laughter ] >> well, the presidency is often called the world's loneliest job. and that is why most ex-presidents have more in common than not. but bill clinton and george w. bush seems to have taken to another level completely. barbara bush said that her sons call clinton my brother by another mother. >> that's great. >> why can't we have more of this? >> i know. i was thinking the same thing. they do say it's the most exclusive club in the world, of course, the former presidents
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good morning, i'm erika von tiehl. want to get right over to katie and get your forecast today. looking a bit un set philadelphia. >> good words for t we are already sort of stuck in the clouds. there is a system nearby that's actually bringing that cloud cover to us. and look how thick that cloud deck is right now. and the rain is very obvious about ready to just clip sussex county, so that's just it, storm system that will actually clip our area. so most of us, probably, deal with nothing more than couple of showers. >> you can see how quickly moving along, see them actually moving on the screen, and that's more than anything courtesy of the winds that's kicking in. down across the shore towns, that winds is going to be very noticeable today. again, there will likely be some showers around for specially philly and all
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points southeast, by tomorrow, we all catch a break. 78 degrees with some sun. actually looks pretty nice. jess? >> thanks, katie. good morning, speaking of catching a break, not really catching a break. but putting on the brakes here on the ben franklin bridge. this is from the philly side, excuse me, so still headed westbound over the sit my the bridge where the headlights are coming in. see one lane taken out also due to the ongoing construction so three lanes getting by on to the new jersey turnpike, to a crash southbound near exit eight hightstown. pushed over to the right-hand side. erika, back over to you. >> jess, thank youment next update at 8: 25, next on cbs this morning, raking in the country's best colleges, from the us news and world report. your local news weather traffic and sports all traffic and sports all ♪ this flu season...
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♪ good morning. it is tuesday, september 9th, 2014. and welcome back to "this mornin morning". more real news ahead the report on the best colleges. "u.s. news and world." the public has only seen the aftermath. this video shows what happened during the attack. >> i'm not sure what i would find more stunning that the league did not see the video or that the league saw the video and yet, imposed only a two-game penalty. on the las vegas strip,
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thousands are facing flight delays, flooded streets and power outages. >> i'm not sure the company knows the extent of the problem which makes awe crazy as a customer you wonder what should i do? >> enterovirus 68, several states are experiencing the virus. >> the violent game has become increasingly popular. the goal is to hit unsuspecting strangers and hit them out in a punch. >> apple is unveiling not one but two iphones presumably, we'll signed out what's in that white cube. >> you will have that. >> congress is back after a five-week vacation. john boehner said they'll pass a funding bill. that's like going to work and saying i hope i work at this new job. [ laughter ]
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>> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. critics are foupounding the nfl over ray rice's domestic violence case. the baltimore ravens cut the all-pro monday. the nfl suspended him indefinite will eye. >> tmz sports released violent footage that shows rice hitting his bride-to-be in a hotel elevator. she is now his wife. she banged her head against the railing falling unconscious. rice has not responded to the new video. >> company, backing away from the former running back. nike and dick's sporting goods stopped selling rice's jersey online. one baltimore restaurant wants the unwanted gear, to purchase pizza and drinks to trade their ray rice jersey for pizza. they will donate two cents to a
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women's shelter for each trade. parts of nevada received four inches of rain monday. flash floods shut down roads, stranded drivers for hours. interstate 15 could be closed for days. in arizona flood waters killed two people. phoenix was swamped with one day of rainfall. the governor declared a state of emergency. >> and some drivers had to abandon their cars as you see, another three inches of rain is expected there today. meteorologist evelyn task of our cbs station kcbs is tracking the wet weather in the east and west. >> good morning, we're still looking at a very wet forecast. across the east, we could see a few inches of rain, mainly over the carolinas for today. and the midwest, another cold air continues to built entire the area. and we're looking at remnants of tropical norbert. as a result, we could see
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thunderstorms looking at rain and a flood risk a little later this afternoon. temperatures warming up in the afternoon as well. and it's the warm that could help propel the thunderstorms. norah. >> evelyn, thank you. >> president obama meets with leaders of a devised congress this afternoon. he'll make his case on how to deal with the terror group isis. nancy cordes is in washington where the president will address the nation tomorrow. nancy grgs morning. >> good morning. and the president argues that he has the authority to strike isis in syria without congressional approval. but he says, he wants what he calls congressional buy-in. he wants congress on board. and so today, the direct of national intelligence and the cia director will be back here on capitol hill, meeting with key lawmakers behind closed doors. congressional leaders, as you mentioned, will be going to the white house to meet with the president. and tomorrow, the entire house of representatives will be getting a briefing on isis. republicans in particular are
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still skeptical that the white house now has a strategy for taking on isis. and that's what a lot of these meetings are about. and the secretary of defense and the secretary of state are going to be getting a lot of questions about that, when they testify separately, on the hill, about isis next week. charlie. >> nancy, thanks. >> the location of an american journalist murdered by isis was sold to the terror group. a spokesman for steven sotloff's family is making that claim to cnn's anderson cooper. sotloff was kidnapped more than a year ago. and they leased a video last week showing his murder. >> for the first time we can say steven's name was sold on the border. steven's name was on the list that he was responsible for the bombing of a hospital. this was false. >> he was sold at the border? >> yes, we believe that the so-called moderate rebels that people want our administration to support, one of them sold him probably for something $25,000 to $50,000 to isis and that was the reason he was captured. >> how do you know this?
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>> we know this from our sources on the ground. it happened so quickly when he was kidnapped they didn't have time to mobilize its resources. >> family sis its relationship with the obama administration is, quote, strained. off the east coast of australia, a violent shark attack killed a swimmer. his wife watched in horror on the beach. a 13-foot great white was spotted near the scene. a shark bit the victim's leg nearly carrying him off. the man apparently bled to death. this morning, thanks to cooler weather and diminished winds a wildfire burning in yosemite national park isle slowing down. dozens of visitor had to be evacuated sunday from the famous 5,000-foot half dome rock. the metafire burned 4,000 square miles but it's not threatening any injuries.
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u.s. open, marin cilic won his first grand slam singles title last night. >> and marin cilic has won the u.s. open. >> oh! >> the 13th seed beat kei nishikori in straight sets. it's the first time since 2005 that roger federer, rafael nadal, novak djokovic or andy murray were not part of a grand slam final. >> everything i was looking forward to, and the dreaming came today. i feel for all the players working hard, this is a big sign that if you're working hard, things aren't going to fail. >> cilic missed last year's u.s. open, he was serving a four-month suspension after testing positive for a banned substance. >> he got huge applause during the victory. but during the match, everybody was for nishikori. that's what everybody kept
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saying, kei. i felt so bad for him. when it was over, his head was down. >> it's a great story for cilic coming back. to say he did not know he had taken the substance and come back like this and to be the 14th seed and to beat the people he had to people was impressive tennis. >> it was a good serve for him. but in everybody's heart was nishikori. >> and gayle's, too. cbs is going back to britain for a new host of the late, late show, tony award winning james corden is take over. he writes and stars in the series "the wrong man." >> this isn't a game. >> that's what you're be looking
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for 30 years, "u.s. news and world report" has ranched the best in higher education. the editor is here, there's brian kelly with bob kraft.
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♪ look at this. a fiery scene in a southern california amusement park. the legendary colossus roller coaster caught fire yesterday. we told you last month, it just closed to undergo a major renovation. as bigad shaban reports. >> reporter: flames poured out of the top of the colossus roller coaster by the time firefighters arrive. part of the historic track collapsed as emergency crews doused the fire. the classic wooden coaster is a staple at six flags magic mountain just outside of los angeles. the amusement park was closed when the fire broke out and nobody was harmed. the colossus itself has been closed since mid-august. slated to be rebuilt into a hybrid wooden and steel roller coaster called the twisted
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colossus. the company released the statement that fire started while work was being done to disaassemble the ride. the colossus was built in 1978. and at the time was the fastest and largest dual-track roller coaster in the world. so famous it even starred in the 1983 comedy classic national lampoon's "vacation." >> our goal is to keep that history, keep that legacy but make it an even better experience. >> reporter: less than two weeks ago, "cbs this morning" visited the park reporting on the closure of the icon. >> they will be working on the structure, in essence, most of it will be gone and then they'll build it back up. >> reporter: despite the extensive damage caused by the fire, park officials say the new twisted colossus is still set to open in the spring of 2015. for "cbs this morning," i'm bigad shaban.
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and nfl fans are thinking about thursday. so are we, sass we're countinging down to "thursday night football" on cbs. patriots bob kraft tells us why he's so excited. that's next on "cbs this morning." ♪ more than a feelin' more than a feelin' ♪ >> announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by cadillac. dation of your achieve. it's a powerful reflection of your drive to succeed. so, forget the gold watch; grab the brass ring... you don't need anyone to tell you that success is yours, because you're busy... ...seizing it... ...drafting it... ...tuning it... making it. the new 2015 cadillac ats. i've been claritin clear for 8 days. at the first sign of your allergies, doctors recommended taking one claritin
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♪ for three decades, "u.s. news & world report" has rated the best colleges and universities in the country. the new 30th edition of best colleges was just released this morning. we've got it. you're seeing the 2015 rankings first on "cbs this morning." brian kelly is editor of "u.s. news & world report." we see you again, brian kelly. this is getting to be an annual visit and we like it. after 30 years i'm thinking you all have the gold standard, are you thinking that, too? >> thank you, i appreciate that. yeah, a lot of people want to get in the rankings game including the president of the united states. "the new york times" came out with a new ranking of one thing or another. i think it's great because it gives people more information. we like to say we are the gold standard, it starts with "u.s.
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news" and people say here's how we're not like "u.s. news." >> number one. >> princeton, harvard, yale, columbia and stanford. they have pinged around the top five for years for zblups why is princeton number one? >> princeton, by a hair, i always look at their alumni. they have very loyal alumni. people who go to princeton love princeton. they give money, they stay engaged a little more than harvard. that makes a difference. small things matter when you get to the top of the pack. >> they've got famous alumni like jeff bezos. >> sure. the whole world wants to go to these places. there's many more than these top five. gayle, you said we've been doing this for 30 years. one of the changes is, princeton and yale and harvard, they were the top 30 years ago. what matters, the top 20, the
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top 30. we've been able to identify a bigger pack of good quality stores. >> when it comes to good schools, williams alumni are cheering. >> princeton as the same, they've got loyal alumni. >> what criteria do you use? do you accept bribes? >> only very large ones. >> yeah, we were complimenting you on your new car. >> i've been lobbied by some of the finest people in the world. >> i'll bet. >> but, no, we do this strictly by the numbers. we survey all of these colleges. we ask them 700 questions. not to be geeky but we have 2400 data points. 4 million points of data that we crunch to come up with the rankings. it looks at the kids, how well professors are paid. and a lot of schools are
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bringing kids in and not graduating them which is another story but a bit a scandal. dartmouth, one of the stalwarts in the ivy league dropped out of the top ten. we don't know why that is. >> dartmouth dropped to 11 who moved in? >> cal tech moved. you you're right, if somebody's out somebody has to move in. northeastern university in boston a very innovative school. they do a lot with co-ops and internships. >> and brian, i know you're a hoya, too. how did georgetown do? >> i tried my best. they're still in 21. >> duke, charlie, number eight. very good. >> that slipped a little bit, too. but i'm sure it's for only no good reasons.
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they'll good morning, following a developing story this morning, shooting victim fights for her life. the woman was shot in the face and arm in a home in queen village just before 10:00 last night. she was returned to jefferson hospital in extremely critical condition. police officers found signs every struggle inside the home on the 900 block of south fifth street. the live in boyfriends is a person of interest in the case. >> kate has your forecast. >> good morning, everybody, today's going to be another, somewhat, dreary day, there will also be some weather to dodge depending on location, actually, when we start things off with quick check on storm scan3, right on the outskirts, every sussex county, already starting to see some signs of life on the radar, a lot of
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clouds have been building in, so generally the theme, it will limit the amount of heating that can take place today. dow think you'll see shower around, especially from philly on south and east, and you might even see pockets of locally steadier rain down the shore, by the the way, rough current, rip currents, a issue. watch for. that will bulk of activity takes place today at the shore points. by tomorrow we catch a break. 78 degrees bit of bright forecast, sunshine thursday, we steam it up for in you advance of our next cold front. jess? >> 8:26, i95, onramp, so this is head northbound, you can see, small disable vehicle here, everybody, crew on the scene trying to get it cleared up and out of the way, everyone crawling by to the right-hand side. so, headed northbound toward center city on the ramp you'll see small delays, as well, some of the majors, 422 heavy eastbound 13 minutes, there the schuylkill real slow from the blue route into the vine st. expressway, back to you. >> jess, thank youment next update at 8: 55, next on cbs
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this morning, new england patriots previews thursday night football on cbs-3. for more local news weather traffic and sports we're on the "cw philly". you can find us on these channels. i'm ukee washington, good morning.
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♪ welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour, new england patriots owner bob kraft is here in studio 57. we'll talk to him about the patriots, tom brady, somebody's a good guy and the start of "thursday night football." who's he talking about here on cbs. and of course, we'll get his thoughts on the ray rice situation. plus, prince harry gets behind the wheel in the wounded warriors. we'll show you the challenges they face starting wednesday. that's ahead. time to show you some of this morning's headlines, "the new york times" looks at how climate change will affect northern american birds. the national audibon society says 650 species will be forced
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to find new places to live and breed over the next five years. they're at risk of extinction because they won't be able to adapt. and moist wipes are affecting sewer systems around the world. some of them do not dissolve. in london last week, a wad of wet whites and cooking grease got stuck in a sewer line. the clot got to be the sizes of a school bus. it weighed 15 tons. you can believe that. >> it's just funny to hear you talk about moist wipes clogging up the toilet line. >> i know. >> but you did it very well, mr. rose. >> yeah. the huffington post has an update on the story we told you about yesterday. olive garden's never ending pasta passes sold out within two hours. for $100. you got all the pasta, bread and soda you wanted for two months.
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the demand crashed the website. some buyers put the passes on ebay for a quick profit. "the wall street journal" says couples on different sleep schedules can expect marital conflict. experts say spouses without the same routine have less satisfying relationships. they spend less time together and have less sex than couples with the same hours. i was actually reading this last night. >> i want comments. >> i'm happy to say my husband and i are on the same schedule, obviously, i get up because i get up so early. and "usa today" says denzel washington wants to be bond, as in james bond. one person asked if he would like to plate legendary spy. he said, quote, yes, i would.
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he said, who's doing james bond now, daniel craig, did they shoot another one. he said everybody should tweet denzel is james bond. send it to the studio. daniel craig's fourth bond movie is due out next fall. week one of the nfl season is in the books after monday night's doubleheader just two nights away from "thursday night football" on cbs. robert kraft bought the new england patriots for $117 million. the team is now valued at $2.6 billion. not bad. they've won three super bowls, six conference championships and 21 playoff games. more than any other nfl team. we're pleased to have bob kraft join us right here in studio 57. welcome. >> thank you. nice to be here. i like your new graphics in the
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"eye opener." >> i know for a fact this is a guy who sets his clock, to "eye opener." we excited you several weeks ago all football fans and cbs are excited about "thursday night football." we want to talk about that, and brady, but also ray rice. some are looking at this and saying that, in fact, this is a tough defining moment for the nfl. and you are part of the nfl. >> yeah, look, i think anyone that witnessed that video yesterday has to be outraged. and really disgusted to see someone associated with us doing something like that. anyone who's a real man doesn't hit a woman. >> and as the president said, this is more than about football. >> okay, i'm happy he and i are in tune on some matters. well, it's true.
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and it's really unfortunate. i know our commissioner has taken some heat. i just want to say i spoke with him yesterday when this came out, not knowing what was going to happen. and knowing i was coming in here. and he had no knowledge of this video. and, now, the way he's handled the situation himself, coming out with the mea culpa and the statement a couple weeks ago, or ten days ago, and setting a very clear policy how we conduct ourselves in the nfl, i thought was excellent. and anyone taking bets on that doesn't know him. >> it must be troubling four as part of the nfl family that this could have happened. not the violence is there but the fact that the response is so slow. >> yeah, look, i don't want to get in the role of law enforcement or things i don't understand. it's just -- the good news is,
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people did the right thing. when you see that visually, it's just such a turnoff. and i hope a great lesson to people everywhere this is not going to be tolerated. >> right now, he's suspended indefinitely. what would indefinitely mean to you, bob? >> i don't think he'll play another nfl game. i'd be shocked that some people would pick him up but that's not my -- >> but you wouldn't pick him up? >> no. >> i love the clocks. >> let's turn to "thursday night football." you guys have done a really good job. >> what does this mean for the nfl and also for cbs that's going to be airing it now to have football in prime time on a network on a thursday night? >> we're so proud to be partnered with cbs. you have the most eyeballs of any network.
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we've had these games. we've established a format on thursday nights. but partnering with cbs and having you promote it, the way that you promote it, even in your news and everywhere else, we think that our fans want to start their weekend on thursday night. and partnering with you is going to help us really do that. some people might question it. but those who play fantasy or love the game or are tied to it, and cbs has done a wonderful job helping us establish that. >> let's talk about the patriots for a second. listen, when you got the team 20 years ago, your wife who i know you love very much. you guys have such a great love story. but you were crazy that you were going to spend that amount of money for that team. and now you say you're the luckiest guy -- one of the luckiest guys in the world. >> well, i pinch myself coming to work every day. except sunday wasn't too good down in miami. it wasn't the way we wanted to start. but for fans everywhere, football's back.
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we're excited about thursday night. we're playing your good friends the jets on thursday night. we'll have fun with that. you do a great job. the network does a great job. >> back to the patriots. how's brady? >> he's terrific. i mean, tommy is -- >> i love you that call him tommy. >> i do, too. what do you call gisele? >> "g." they're actually a great couple. for people as accomplished as they are to be so down to earth, i mean, everyone who meets tommy knows he's just, you know, just looking you in the eye, there's no one more important. if you see that touchdown that we scored when he threw to gronk on sunday. he's like a little kid in the candy store. he goes over in the end zone. and he's all banging helmets and fired up and gets everybody motivated.
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>> so when people say peyton manning and the broncos have an undefeated season, you say they've got to come to new england to do that? >> we'll be visiting each other up in foxborough. you know, it takes two, three, four games before everyone knows what everyone else is doing. and new teams settling in. and that should be a great game, in november, at 4:25 on cbs. >> tom brady is 37. some say that's an older age for a quarterback. does that concern you at all? >> well, you've just got to watch the way he prepares himself and what he does. how he trains. i mean, i think he's been a great example for the young players in our locker room. how she come in and see him. and he's very disciplined. and the same way i think i'm 35, i think he thinks he thinks he's 22. and he acts like it. >> listen, bob kraft, the shoes you wear -- your tennis shoes
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alone looks like you're 35. we're taking a shot at your shoes. >> those are some fancy kicks, bob. >> well, our good friends at nike, mike parker and company made these with my initials and logo. so we're going to have an owner's model for all of you coming out in november. >> this is a one-year contract or five-year contract with cbs? >> this is a one-year contract -- >> well, the "eye opener" promotes it better. and we keep getting the rating. we have an option on the second year. and then we hope to do a long-term deal. and really look to -- you know, the other part -- >> there you are at tennis last night, bob. >> oh, my goodness. >> how was he as a date? >> but, you know, every one of these games is on the nfl network. >> right. >> and having your a-team with
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us, having sims and nance and your production people working with our people, and establishing this franchise is so critical to us. and the kraft promotion, your people working with the nfl network, it's just been great. >> we can meet any challenge you that give to cbs. i guarantee you, they will not disappoint. >> let's just keep getting those eyeballs in. >> it's taken five years. good to see you. >> what a way to start the morning. >> thank you. >> thank you. "thursday night football" on cbs starts in just two days. you can watch the steelers and the ravens kick off at 8:25 eastern. 7:25 central right here on cbs. >> 2 dadays, 11 hours, 44 minutes -- who's counting? women workers get paid less. that's not good when they have children. but men seem to earn more.
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tom wolf. he'd be a different kind of governor. he served in the peace corps in india. and then got a phd from mit. and as a businessman he gives between 20 and 30 percent of his profits back to his employees. when he served as pennsylvania's secretary of revenue. he turned down the perks. and donated his government salary to charity he refused take a state car, he drove his old jeep instead. can't argue with that. tom wolf. he'd bring a fresh start to pennsylvania. prince harry's getting in the game this morning. he drove an exhibition lap for the team invictus game.
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the jaguar land rover is the first competition in the event. the u.s. and other countries are competing in the invictus games. my guess is harry liked that. >> it's great to seat wounded warriors involved in the games. and we love prince harry, don't we? we do. one of the hottest topics online is a "the new york times" says having children the worst career move you can make. she says it's great for a man's paycheck but motherhood lowers women's salary, claire cain miller, good morning. >> thanks. >> it's incredible how much reaction you have gotten to this piece. explain what happens, why do when you have a child does it lower your salary? >> what the studies have found when a woman has a child, her salary goes down 4% per child. from then, salaries rise an average of 6% when they have
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children. >> why is there a motherhood penalty? >> the economists threw everything they could at this question. they controlled for hours worked. they controlled for hours of the spouses. they controlled for flexibility. they found that none of that explained that. >> bias? >> it's bias. what it came down is discrimination that that people still have about what women who have children at home will perform like in the workplace. >> i think the article really breaks it down. it's not that moms are less productive or that fathers work harder, it's just the employer's perception? >> exactly. when they looked at the study, it was in fact not about working fewer hours, working part time. it was before they were hired, the perception about how they would work. >> but the most desirable employee is actually a married father? >> correct, a married father is
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the most desirable. next is childless women, and next is childless men. >> how do you change that? >> the economists i spoke to said it's really about policy. it's a cultural problem, it's a bias in our minds. but one way they say to change that is through policy. so some policies that have worked in other countries are affordable high-quality child care that's publicly funded for infants and toddlers so mothers are able to go back to work and also moderate-length maternal leave. >> one thing that concerned me about the penalties, the bias that exists so that does not surprise me. but the message it sends young women who are starting out, who think, well, maybe i shouldn't have kids. of the fortune 1,000 ceos they tend to be moms and wives. so you can be a mother and be successful and be in leadership? >> you absolutely can, it's just
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that there is this remaining bias. i wouldn't suggest to anybody that they don't have kids. but one of the most interesting studies to me was done by a stanford professor. she sent out identical resumes to 600 real word employers for high-status jobs. the only difference on the resume was a mention of the pta, indicating that someone was a parent. if a woman was in the pta, she got called back half as much. if a man was in the pta, he got called back more. >> dad put up pictures of your kids, women, not so much. >> claire cain miller, thank you. >> thank you for havin it's the yoplait greek taste-off and we are asking the music city which 100-calorie strawberry greek yogurt is the next big thing.
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good morning, i'm erika von tiehl. we have an update for you right now on our breaking news. trump entertainment resorts is filing for bankruptcy. there are also reports that the trump taj mahal will join trump plaza, and close this fall. the plaza is set to close next week, and sources tell "eyewitness news", the taj will close in november. the shut-down would put about 2800 taj mahal employees out of work. three other casinos have already closed in atlantic city this year. all right, we want to get to katie for your forecast, little unsettled out there? >> definitely the word for it, erika. we have an area of low pressure, very close by, it is just bypassing us, so, especially toward the shore points, rough surf, coastal flood potential here, as well as high risk for rip currents.
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just not the best beach day. and obviously, some wet weather to track, too. it is just clipping sussex county right now. and, you know, that's really going to be your best likelihood to see steadier rain. but i have to throw the potential no for shower, not enough that you have to have umbrella in philadelphia. but, do expect generally an overcast day. kind of like yesterday. it is a little cool. and you're going to keep the clouds around. sixty-four later tonight, skies gradually start to clear. so that does bode well for tomorrow. break in the action, but by thursday, we will be tracking our next cold front. that's going to bring in stormy weather later in the day on thursday. jess? >> thanks, katie. good morning, just coming up on 9:00. so hitting the tail end of rush hour, and some of our volume on the ben franklin bridge is seem to have light ends up so far. from the philly side right here. westbound, where the headlights are coming in, headed on into the sit from the toll plaza, earlier we were stack up the entire lent of the bridge. now see starting to slow up mid-span. still missing the right hand lane, as well. some travel times you can see 422 really heavy the schuylkill expressway, headed
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eastbound, from the blue route into the vine, about 26 minute trip there. erika, back over to you. >> jess, thank you. that's eyewitness fuse for now. talk philly coming up at noon on cbs-3. i'm erika von tiehl. hope you have a great day. blank my lenses have a sunset mode. and an early morning mode. and a partly sunny mode. and an outside
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