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it is monday, september 29th, 2014. welcome to "cbs this morning." president obama tells "60 minutes" he underestimated isis. >> the impact on flyers nationwide. plus quick action prevents tragedy. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> how did they end up where they are, in control of so much territory? was that a complete surprise to
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you? >> new revelations on america's fight against terror. >> on "60 minutes" president obama admitted the u.s. underestimated isis. >> john boehner said the u.s. may have no choice but to send in ground troops. >> at some point somebody's boots have to be on the ground. >> they expect more delays and cancellations because of a shutdown of a radar control center in chicago. >> it happened on the streets by officials in hong kong. demonstrators are called upon to go home. tear gas was thrown. terror struck as a monster truck went head on into a crowd. three were kill and dozens injured. 20 years of excellence. hands on the field at fenway park. >> that's the only thing i ever wanted to be was a shortstop for the new york yankees.
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being a yankee was good enough for us. an american doctor who contracted ebola in sierra leone is brought to a u.s. hospital. >> they had an experience with two humpback whales. >> say hello to mr. and mrs. george clooney. they made their debut as they left their venice hotel. touchdown. the cowboys win it, 38-17. and all that matters. >> meet charlotte clinton lev >> she's running. >> on "cbs this morning." >> and the ball's driven to left center. souza. he's got it! he's got it! it's a no-hitter for jordan zimmermann. >> are you kidding me. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" is presented by toyota. let's go places.
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captioning funded by cbs welcome to "cbs this morning." we're getting an up-close look at the battle against isis this morning in one of the world's most dangerous places. holly williams and her crew came under fire in syria as they approached the front lines. they're okay. we'll check in with holly in just a moment. >> but first president obama's admission about underestimating isis and last night "6"60 minutes" steve kroft asked him. >> i understand the caveat of all the groups. but this is some 40,000. very well trained. very motivated. how did they end up where they are, in control of so much territory? was that a complete surprise to
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you? >> well, i think our head of the intelligence community, jim clapper, has acknowledged that i think they underestimated what had been taking place in syria. >> i mean he didn't say -- just say that we underestimated isil. he said we overestimated the ability and the will of our allies, the iraqi army to fight. >> that's true. that's absolutely true. >> is there a moderate syrian opposition? >> there is, but right now it doesn't control much territory. it's been squeezed between isil on the one hand and the assad regime on the other. >> these are the people that you said, the farmers, the doctors, the pharmacists who stood no chance of overthrowing the government. >> yeah. well, keep in mind, two years ago that was absolutely true. this is in response to the
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meth methmet methology that's imposed. the point that i made then, which is absolutely true, is that for us to just start arming inexperienced fighters who we hadn't vetted, so we didn't know and couldn't sort out very well who's potentially isil or al nusra and whob's somebody that we're going to work with. for us to just go blind on that would have been counterproductive and wouldn't have helped the situation and would have committed us to a larger role inside syria. >> he said it could help another opponent, syria's bashar al assad but isil is the bigger
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threat right now. a cbs news team managed to get into syria over the weekend. holly williams spoke to isis opponents in the small village of mahmoodin. this morning holly is inner erbil, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. there's something very surprising and very unusual here in the middle east about many of its soldiers. in a journey to the syrian front line, our convoy came under fire. we took cover in a village of mud brick huts. where the shooting continued. isis had been attacking mahmoodin village for nearly a month. the militants are just a mile away and most of the residents
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have fled. but commander omran hussein is holding out against the islamic extremists and he led us to safety. they have just 40 soldiers to combat isis. ten of them are women. some of them teenagers. it's not enough, the commander told us, but it's all i have. >> your female soldiers, are they good fighters? >> there's no difference between the men and the women, he said. some of the women are better fighters than i am. at 19 years old, akina akin has battled. isil has kidnapped women, raped them, forcing them to marry their commanders. are you frightened about what might happened if you get captured? >> i'm not afraid, she told us.
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i'll blow myself up before i let them catch me. they're desperately underequipped. their guns are either captured from isis or bought on the black market but he says he hopes the u.s. will come to their rescue. if isis defeats us, he said, their nectar get will be europe and america. the fighters told us that the u.s.-led air strikes against isis in syria had so far very little impact on the ground. like many people in this part of the world, they would like to see more of them. charlie? >> holly, thanks. in our next hour republican congressman paul ryan joins us. he reacts to the president's "60 minutes" interview and we'll ask him if he thinks congress needs to improve their reaction to isis. 's ahead. air travel is still backed up. there was an act of sabotage.
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the problem is grounding passengers all over the country and this could go on for weeks. jeff pegues is at the international airport where more than 400 air flights alone are canceled. jeff, good morning. >> reporter: well, good morning. our flight was delay last night getting to chicago, but we were fortunate compared to some passengers whose flights were canceled all together. sunrise this morning brings optimism. people are lining up once again hoping to get out of town. four days after a fire allegedly set by contract worker brian howard destroyed the communications center at this critical air traffic control facility outside chicago, commercial aviation is still trying to regain its footing. in a statement sunday the air traffic controllers association called the last several days one of the most challenging situations they've faced since 9/11. at chicago's o'hare airport, 550 flights were canceled sunday. 700 flights nationwide.
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the faa says the arrivals and departures were at only 60% of a typical day out of oh hafrmt 75% at midway. in order to keep flights moving, air traffic control centers in cleveland, kansas city, and minneapolis have taken over the chicago center's responsibilities. it's the faa's approach to keeping the system working. ken button is with george mason university. is this the best backup plan that they can come up with? >> i think it suggests if you have a duplicate system everywhere, the cost would be astronomical and unacceptable. >> reporter: additional air traffic controllers have been brought in to direct traffic, arrivals and departures out of the airport. the cost is adding up for the airlines. even though they say the beginning of the workweek should bring fewer cancellations and delays. still it is raising questions for the faa. >> i think the question of
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allowing one man to be able to do this needs to be closely investigated afterward. >> reporter: we're still seeing cancellations and delays this morning. the faa is bringing in the equipment over the next few days. the teams will be working around the clock. their target date for full completion, two weeks. the suspect is in custody and facing felony charges. he's recovering from a self-inflicked knife wound. charlie? >> jeff, thanks. they want china to back off its plan to hand pick candidates for an upcoming election. china took over from hong kong in 1911. >> reporter: the sun is set in hong kong. today it really feels as though almost every student in the city is here and here for the long run. look at the supplies they brought in here. food, plenty of it.
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water as well. it's incredibly hot here. and the sense is this is almost a generational struggle. all of these people are very, very young. high school students some of them. some of them from university. some of them young professionals. all calling for the same thing. they're calling for the right to vote. they don't want their leader chosen. they want to be able to choose their leader themselves. that, there, is the financial heart. it's completely blocked today. the hong kong stock exchange open at a two-month low. because of it they're watching this very, very closely, but they're careful with their words. the u.s. consulate here said they don't take sides on the political issues of hong kong but they will be watching it. so, too, will beijing. how will they deal with this? back to you. >> thank you so much. a doctor is under observation for ebola this
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morning. you can see him stepping off the plane in a special white suit. the unnamed patient went from here to the clinical center in bethesda. e it's not clear if the doctor actually contracted ebola. now to another virus. this one is sending hundreds of kids to the hospital. the inteent row enterovirus is affecting them. dr. agus is with us. how do you see this connection? pa . >> it's from a family of enterovirus. pole low is an enter row vie lus. we know it can affect a neurological system. in fact. there was an outbreak earlier this year in colorado where several kids got paralysis and
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they got this particular virus. we can't actually prove it causes this neurological symptom. but they present. they have symptoms of the virus. they have virus in the blood and characteristic changes on mri. it's certainly scary. it's spreading throughout the country. this virus can have serious symptoms. >> david, these kids had fever and illness two weeks before developing this limb weakness. what should parents dosome. >> this is different than classic virus. i talked to my brother who heads the medical intensive care unit at boston children. it takes several days and you get sicker and sicker and you call your pediatrician or go to the emergency room. this virus is 0 to 60 in less than 24 hours and classically most of the kids don't have fever. they just present with
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difficulty breathing. so be aware if your child is sick at all, keep them home from school. don't let them go there. we have to stop the spread of the virus. if they all have difficulty breathing or start to be weak, you need to talk to your pediatrician about what this can be. >> we have ebola and this world. what what's going on? >> the world is flat. anybody in the world can get on a plane and spread the viruses. something is happening now. we have multiple viruses and together with global changes, we have thinks changing and have to pay attention. >> thank you so much. a texas college softball team is coping with a devastating loss this morning. now the investigators say the crash may have been criminal.
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manuel bojorquez is on the campus in gainesville where the community is mourning the victims. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. they're grieving the loss of friends and teammates. police have announce they'd're treating this as a homicide investigation. so far no charges have been filed. the accident happened on friday night. an 18-wheeler veered into a median and traveled 800 feet before colliding with the team's bus, the impact so severe it sheer off the side of the bus. the 15 softball players were on their way back from a scrimmage in oklahoma. they were about an hour away from home when the crash happened. their coach van hedrick was behind the wheel. most of the young women were asleep. freshman kaylea armstrong was
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awake. >> next thing i know the bus was flipped over, everybody's stuff was everywhere. >> what was it like to live through that? >> it didn't seem real. >> reporter: sophomores maegen richardson, brooke deckard, katelynn woodlee, and jaiden pelton were killed. the investigation is ongoing. >> we hope to get -- be able to interview the drivers very soon. >> over the weekend softball players around the country dedicated their games to the lady lions. ♪ amazing grace >> reporter: they stood around and mourned the sudden loss. what will it be like without these four women? >> honestly, i have no idea.
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they are not only our teammates but our friends. the ntsb said upon initial review there was no problem with the braking system. the trucking company is fully cooperating with authorities. charlie. >> manuel, thanks. people watching a monster struck show saw it take a deadly turn. three people including a child died after a truck veered off course into a crowd this weekend. 18 others were hurt. people are cleaning up after powerful storms tore through. a record 18 inches fell in phoenix. monsoon season ends tomorrow. this morning for the first time in 20 years new york yankees fans do not have derek jeter at shortstop.
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>> chopped chard third. a big hit. rbi singer as jeter says good-bye to baseball. >> boy, he knows how to go out, doesn't he? >> he does. >> he played his final game at fenway park in boston. he left after that final score in the third inning. fans and players offered one final salute for the yankee captain. he said he's ready for retirement. >> you can only do this job for so long, i don't care how good you are or who you are. the shot clock runs out. i was lucky to have this one final year. >> he finished with 3,145 hits and five world series rings. >> congratulations to him. it's 7:19. ahead on "cbs this morning," a deadly volcano disaster with no warning. the danger
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>> good morning, let's get the monday forecast with katie over in the weather center pretty nice one, despite the fact we do have more cloud cover out there, it will be a theme throughout the day. we will keep the warmth that was very much a running theme through the weekend. such a beautiful weekends it was. couldn't holds ton that forever, when go to storm scan3, you will under stands what's going on here. yep, weaver got that nice bright white high cloud layer out there, on the satelite, but no wet weather in the forecast just yet. but just expect very, very limited sunshine, high up to 80 degrees, later today, so it will be nice warm afternoon. tomorrow or wednesday, could feature spotty shower or storm. otherwise, we catch a break until at least friday afternoon. vittoria? >> thank you, katie.
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definitely not catching a break on your rush hour commute. you are hitting the brakes all over the place. traveling on the schuylkill, headed eastbound in toward center city, starting to feel the heat of this rush, within your western suburbs, and then making your commute all the way down into downtown, traveling on the westbound direction, you catch a break here approaching montgomery drive. but approaching the roosevelt boulevard, and then through to your western suburbs, you drop down to speed censors at 9 miles per hour, 21, 422, 95 southbound, heavily delayed out of the northeast, through to the vine. if you are traveling at holland road at belmont way, we do have accident, also another fire location, to watch out for, in kensington, at helen street and somerset. ukee? >> thank you do, it again at 7:55, up next on cbs this morning, not royal baby announcement but close. announcement but close. ♪ this flu season...
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left center. he's got it. he's got it! it's a no-hitter for jordan zimmermann. >> a spectacular diving catch from steven souza on the final game. it saved a no-hitter for jordan zimmermann. it's the first no-hitter for washington since 1931. >> since when? >> 1931. they finished with the best record in the national league. they'll play the giants or pirates in photograph season starting friday. would you believe that mr. zimmermann probably did something really nice for mr. souza? >> i would think so. go, mr. souza. what was best was the announcer.
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he's got it! what a feeling for steven sousa. what great game. welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour, drama on the gulf. seven people including children stranded on the water. we'll take a look at the simple step they took that may have saved their lives. >> how chelsea clinton has changed the lives of grandparents and how another grandfather knew it would. that's ahead. at least one member of the obama administration is defending the secret service. the post says it took the secret service four days to realize gunmen shot at the white house in 2011. earlier this month another man jumped a fence and made it to the front door. the national deputy supervisor said he's incredible. the recordings were made by
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may be illegal. the valet mode on the 2015 corvette secretly records conversations in the car and how fast the car is driven when the owner isn't driving but in some days that may be a crime. >> think that's interesting. all right. university of michigan football coach brady hoke is facing heat for how he handled an apparent head injury to one of his best quarterback shane morris was hit hard on saturday. he appeared to have trouble keeping his balance. he was taken out but then was put back in. an espn announcer slammed the nagt he was put back in. >> he can hardly stand up. >> he needs to get out. >> he can barely stand up. this is not good player management. we talked about player safety in this game, guys getting hit in the head. this is atrocious to me. >> well, hoak defected himself
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in a statement released to me. he said morris was cleared by team players and coaches. our coaches have no authority. the health and welfare of our student athletes is and will continue to be a top priority. at least 31 people are believed dead after vol calgaryic eruption in central japan. moun mt. ontake erupted on saturday. the volcano is still erupting. seth doane shows us why rescue operations have been called off. he's in beijing. seth, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. rescue workers coming down that mountain today described incredibly difficult conditions with that volcanic ash raining down on them and heavy winds whipping that ash, so much it made it difficult to see at times. they vowed to try to return tomorrow wearing gas masks. volcanic smoke is still spewing from mt. ontake.
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the rising levels of hazardous hydrogen sulfite gas made it too dangerous. before suspending the search, workers recovering more bodies and crews and helicopters hoisted people to safety, plucking them from the mountain, making it look like a moonscape. >> i'm so glad i came back alive, one hiker said. this looks dangerous, he says. the once blue sky quickly darkened and they were enveloped in a thick cloud. get to the shelter, he yells. cover your mouths. mt. ontake, japan's second highest volcano, has not seen a major eruption in 35 years. a popular hiking spot, it attracts up to 1,500 people a day this time of year. tourists who came to enjoy beautiful weather coupled with
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fall foliage said they had no warning. families have been gathering at a nearby town hal awaiting word about those missing. i think my loved one is still alive, this woman said. of course, i want to believe this. there is no way to know how many people may still be on the mountain. ash more than two feet thick in places is only complicating rescue efforts. there are more than 100 active volcanos in japan. this is the first deadly explosion since 1991. gayle? >> thank you, seth. now to a remarkable video. four adults and three kids are safe this morning after being rescued off the gulf coast. vicente arenas shows us the quick action that prevented a tragedy there. >> a boat flipped over. three children are in the water. >> reporter: the call for help came around 10:15 saturday morning. >> do we know how far out they
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are? >> we're going to find out. >> reporter: the wife of one of the men on board alerted the coast guard. >> they were capsized. the husband was able to make a phone call before they got into the water and he said send the coast guard. >> reporter: the group was fishing about 5 miles south of sanibel island just after florida's gulf coast. their engine stalled in choppy seas and then their boat capsized. a cell phone signal helped rescue workers find their exact location. >> we're gelling a cell phone ping, 14 latitudes by 8553 long attitude. >> reporter: two of the children were 5 years old, the third just 4. you can see the two of them huddling with the adults on the overtulled hull. the other child clinging to floating debris with two other adults. >> apparently one child just got stung by a jellyfish.
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>> reporter: a fire department rescue arrives. rescuers tossed life preservers to the group floating in the water and then pulled them to safety. >> we do have three people on board at this time, getting last four. >> reporter: next, a life preserver is thrown thwart the people still on the boat. one of the adults grabs it and swims back to help the others. it took just ten minutes for rescuers to pluck everyone out of the water. >> we've got everyone. >> 3171. coast guard on-scene with the parents. >> the boerts who were not identified spent about an hour in open water some 30 feet deep. they were all wearing lifejackets and no injuries were reported. for "cbs this morning," vicent , arenas, miami. >> another reminder, you've got to wear your life jacket. >> absolutely. and bravo to the coast guard. >> they got there right on the
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the speculation over a famous former secretary of state's next job title can be put to rest this morning. hillary clinton is now being called grandmother. chelsea clinton gave birth to a girl friday even in new york city and bill plante is in washington with the arrival. good morning. >> good morning. that's right. the announcement came via twitter just after midnight on saturday morning with a tweet
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from chelsea clinton announcing the birth of the newest member of family of political royalty. marc and i are full of love, awe, and gratitude as we celebrate the birth of our daughter charlotte clinton mezvinsky. grandpa bill saying they couldn't be happier. >> i hope get an excused absence. >> bill clinton canceled an appearance at a colorado fund-raiser to meet his new granddaughter, speaking to them over the speaker phone. >> i really would love to be there but my family just got a little bigger and i thought i should stay home where i'm needed. >> you know, i'm about to have my first grandchild which i'm thrilled about. i can't wait. i want to see what that feels like. i'm not going to skip over it.
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i want to really be present as i meet this new person in our family that and bill clinton got high-profile vice from another grandfather in chief. >> be prepared to fall completely in love again. you're not going to believe it. you're just not going to believe the joy and the fun. get ready also to be like the lowest person in teching order in your family. >> chelsea who turn 13d just after her father became present was kept very much out of the spotlight growing up but she gradually assume add very public role, even giving an interview in the final weeks of her pregnancy explaining why she decided to keep her baby's gender a secret. >> my husband and i decided we would enjoy this mystery for the nine-plus months that we were granted and we are eager to sfiemd out what god will have given us. >> and as the clinton family embraces the joy of its new
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edition, the inevitable speculation has gun. will hillary clinton be content being a grandmother or will she be looking for another job as well. >> that's what i was thinking. why does she have to choose? news flash, she can do both. it's so nice to see chelsea clinton grow up. >> no greater joy than being a parent and certainly a grandparent. as my parents always say, it's always good when you can say good-bye to the kids at the end of the night. love you, mom, love you, mom. >> yes, we do. we have some different questions about hillary clinton for congressman paul ryan. he is back in studio 57. we'll also talk about the president's "60 minutes" interview. the midterm 2016 and more. plus, bouncing back. remember this? that wouldn't
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headed back to work and school. >> good morning, everybody, generally speaking pretty decent forecast for us in the next couple of days. today the big difference that you will immediately notice when you walk out the door, just not as bright and sunny as the weekends was. how much, still just as mild, because that cloud cover is really limited the amount of cooling that could take place overnight. these clouds are sipping right through, boy, we actually have some rain, well off to the south, but you do not have to worry about that today. this is just generally going to be what you see overhead today. more clouds than anything. few peaks of sun along the way, 64 degrees currently outside lower merion high school. that's very similar scenario, in a lot of the area neighborhoods. so we easily hit 08 degrees later today in philadelphia.
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tomorrow, or wednesday, could feature just very spotty shower or storm. torrey? >> thank you, katie. good morning, everyone, you are going have rush hour everywhere that would you usually have rush hour. ben franklin bridge jammed, making your way from new jersey into pa. once you get there, take a look, 59 your travel average speeds in the teens, 11 miles per hour, not even in the tones really. 11 miles per hour, 59 southbound, out northeast through the vine st. expressway slow, six the average on the schuylkill, 21 traveling on 476, high delays on the westbound side of the pa turnpike out of bucks county moving down toward mid-county. also watch out for this accident, edge hill road at horace avenue. >> next update at 8: 25. ex next on cbs this morning, highlights from george clooney's wedding. clooney's wedding. your local news
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it's monday, september 29th, 2014. it's bryant gumbles birthday. we'll talk about isis, syria, and republicans' plans for november and beyond. but first here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >> the head of the intelligence community, jim clapper acknowledged that. they underestimated what was taking place in syria. >> we crossed into syria and met up with a ragtag army that was fighting off isis militants. >> we were fortunate compared to some passengers whose flights were canceled all together.
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>> it really feels as though almost everyone here in the city is here and here for the long run. look at the supplies they brought in here. >> we can't actually prove that the virus causes this syndrome and paralysis, but there clearly is an association. >> rescue aid workers call it an incredible condition with ash raining down on them. >> they announced the birth of the newest family of a family of political royalty. >> sousa! he's got it! he's got it. >> it's the first no-hitter to be pitching in washington since 1931. >> since when? >> 1931. >> whoo-hoo. >> india's new prime minister was treated like a rock star at madison square guard snoon how about this, modi, classic move. come to new york, stay for a few days and get a slap tic care rick tur done in times square. >> i'm e charlie rose with gayle
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king and norah o'donnell. in a "60 minutes" interview president obama said the united states underestimated the growing threat from isis in syria and iraq. he defended his earlier decision not to arm any of syria's division under assad. >> correspondent steve kroft asked the president abouttaking the u.s. back into battle in the middle east. >> i think everybody applauds the efforts that you made and the coalition you've assembled. but many need money, training, or policing the borders, not getting particularly close to the contact. >> yeah. >> it looks like once again we are leading the operation, we're carrying -- >> steve, that's always the case. that's always the case. america leads. we are the indispensable nation. we have capacity no one else
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has. our military is the best in the history of the world. and when trouble comes up anywhere in the world, they don't call beijing, they don't call moscow. they call us. that's -- that's the deal. >> i mean it looks like we're doing 90%. >> steve, there is not an -- when there's a typhoon in the philippines, take a look at who's helping the philippines. deal with that situation. when there's an earthquake in haiti, take a look at who's leading the charge, making sure haiti can rebuild. that's how we -- that's how we roll. and that's what makes us america. >> wisconsin congressman poul ryan joins us in studio 57, the house budget chairman. his new book is called "way
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forward: the new american idea." good morning. >> good morning. >> let's reflect on the interview last night with steve kroft. did you see it? >> i was on an airplane when it rolled. >> do you think -- >> why is he proposed to shrink our army since pre world war i and our air force level to the left we've ever seen before. so the facts of his policies don't necessarily jive with what he's saying. i agrey with what he said. thing we ought to have the kind of military he says we're capable of or should be doing. >> what came oust that iner terw also is that they -- not he, but they -- underestimated the iraqi soldiers and isis. >> i agree with that. i think that's right. but there were a couple of colossal mistakes that led to
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this crisis. it helped contribute to the disintegration of the iraqi army. i disagree with him. thing we should have armed the syrian rebels -- >> why do you think -- that's the heart of the argument he continuously has to make, when petraeus, clinton, and others were saying we're looking at the same facts and have a different decision and say we're not there. they should have done that and there would have been an opportunity to stop isis. >> those of us agreed with petraeus, agreed with clinton, and didn't agree with president obama. i think he wanted to get out of there and wash his happennds of >> i think he believes there wouldn't have have been a difference. >> i think many think there would have been a difference. there were ways about getting it. we actually have one right now without having the iraqi legislation approve it. so we could have gotten a stat us force agreement based on my opinion the facts at the time.
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we didn't do it because the president want add precipitous withdrawal from the region which, in fact, gave us the situation we have now. forget about pointing fingers, thing he's getting policy, doing the right thing now. those of us in opposition, i want to be complimentary when i think he's maicing the right decisions which i think he's making right decision right now. but i worry about the future of the military given the bunt he's proposed and i think we need to address that as well. >> you're calling for greater -- >> no. i'm saying i'm critical of past mistakes. i thing he's recognized those. he's fixing those mistakes but we should do whatever it takes to defeat isis but we shouldn't be projecting we don't know what to do. i don't know that we need boots on the grounds. what i do know is we need to do whatever it takes to defeat this threat to our country and we shouldn't be taking options off the table. >> when we look at the
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situation, and we take a look at your book -- >> fine by me. >> do you think i wish this is a job we were doing, the republican party were doing, we are in charge? >> there are many moments where i look down at my feet and shake my head and say i can't believe we lost. we would have done things a lot differently. there are many moments we see just that. >> you talk about that a lot. you said in order to save the republican party, you say the gop has to change from within. what do you mean by that? >> we need to be a more inclusive aspirational party. what i'm trying to articulate here is if you don't like the situation we're headed which i don't and many people agree with that, it's not enough to criticize. we need to propose alternatives. we need to say how we would do things differently and we need a party that's inclusive, principle, aspirational, and capable of winning north americans. it's kind of what we're down to
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right now so what i'm trying to arctticulate here is have a bigr conservative movement that can brick people in and be capable of winning national elections which in my opinion are going undealt with. do you think there's an agreement among other people in the party that that's the problem? >> i think leaders need to lead and we have to show we have better ideas for fighting poverty, better ideas for getting people out of where they are and we need to go work on that. i think we need to have a big tent naert brings people in, that's more inclusive, and show people we have better solutions to figure the problems in their lives. i would argue we have a different governing philosophy than the president's, and we need to show how we apply that philosophy, an inclusive philosophy, to actually get out of the rut that people are in in this country. and, yes, i don't think the country is heading in the right
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direction. >> who best in the 2016 elections. >> we'll find out. i don't know the answer to that question yet. what mats to me is the politics. >> does it include you? >> it may, i don't know. >> you haven't make made a decision yet. >> correct. >> some say your book is not to be dismissed. it may be way of the people getting to know you now. is there a strategy here in. >> the strategy here is i want to do what i can to help produce a conservative movement that's capable of winning a majority of americans' support. i don't want to have another 2012. i want to have a 2016 to get the country on the right track and have elections to give people the right choice so if we win, we have the authority and ability to get this country's problems solved. >> you revealed in this book your father was an alcoholic. he died at an early age from a
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heart attack. why didn't you do it before? >> i didn't want to do it during a campaign. i didn't think it was froept get into those issues. everybody goes through knocks in life. the point you make is you can have these tragedies in your family but you can bounce back. you can pick yourself back up and make the most of your life. i learned great lessons from these problems we had. my family bounced back. i think it was an important story to share but not in the heat of a presidential campaign. >> all right. 2016. >> great to see you. >> i'm sheer we'll see you again congressman paul ryan. >> thank you. ahead, new pictures and new details of mr. and mrs. george
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th world's most famous newlyweds are wrapping up a memorable wedding weekend. george clooney and amal alamuddin. good morning. >> good morning. he had the most conspicuous marriage imaginable outside of the british royal family. income, the house of windsor could take some british pointers from the clooney/al mahmoud this weekend was a tough place to get a taxi. all of them seemed to be taken by the clooney/alamuddin wedding party or those chasing them to take pictures. this was a floating paparazzi
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circus and the couple were the headline achlkt from the moment of their arrival on friday, his wife to be had an escort that would have done a navy carrier group proud. their intent didn't seem to avoid having their pictures taken. rather it was to pose and pose and pose some more. if you want to meet your pal cindy crawford for breakfast, make sure it's on a terrace with a canal view and vice versa. and if you're bono or matt or bill or any of the other celebrity guests, there is no inconspicuous way to get from one place or another in venice and apparently no desire to be inconspicuous. there were two happy marriages here, the one between george and amal and the one between the wedding and its backdrop. each enhanced the other. there was one small waterborne glitch, however.
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there was george all dressed up and on his way to get married traveling down the world's most elegant isle as it were and there was a massive ugly cruise ship blocking the way. allowing a cruise ship into the lagoon is a great controversy in venice. now you know why. so after today's civil ceremony it's official. photos of the big glitzy event on saturday has been sold to a glossy magazine going to charity. it was all of their dreams. gayle? >> a lot of people still dreaming. >> a lot of people still d.r.e.a. dreaming. >> we just talk about the dress? no, i'm kidding. >> yes, charlie. what did you think of the dress? >> i like that one. >> yes, it's very pretty. >> i'm eating all this stuff up because we haven't seen the dress. everything has been top secret. so happy for george.
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it just goes to show you, never say never. he said he would never get married again. >> it's hard. >> never say never, right, charlie? >> right, gayle. >> and joining us in studio 57 -- i'd love to see that -- this morning gopro founder -- >> if i do it, i'm doing it in venice. >> and i want to call. >> -- ceo nick woodman, you're getting the first look through the lens of a new gopro camera and we'll ask nick how -- that's nick -- >> hey, everybody. look at this. good morning. >> he's taking over the conversation. >> wow. what's that one. >> the hero 4. i need to talk to you guys about it. you're just watching it. first to know. >> just out is it? >> just out. >> we like being first, nick. thanks. >> nick joins us when we come back.
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they recommend implanting birth control and iuds as the first line of protection. our dr. holly phillips is here. good morning. >> good morning. >> these recommendations are 15 to 19. they go beyond the birth control pill, right? >> they're focusing on this group because data has shown most kids in high school, more than half, have sex, and 80% of teen pregnancies are unplanned. so what they're rlg doing is
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acknowledging that pediatricians are often the first person to talk about sex and contraception with teens and so they want pediatricians to offer contraceptives in order of their effectiveness. what they found is long-acting reversible contraceptives which include the iud and the one that goes under the arm, they're sucking that pediatricians tuque ta kids about that. >> how are they different? >> that i canput in the uterus in under five minutes. there are different forms. most of them are copper and they disrupt the way the sperm reaches the egg. now, in the past they got a little bit of a bad wrap. in the '70s there was one called the dell con shield that had to be pulled from the market because it was linked with infections. now they're showing they are safe and effective and very well tolerated in teens. >> all right. >> very good thing. >> thank you, dr. holly
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phillips. and what men really, really want from women. that's >> good blocker, update on breaking news, a deadly house fire in kensington. chopper three was over the 2700 block of helen street, where a fire claimed the life of one person. the victim has not been identified, as of yet. peco has already been called to the scene, and there are reports of alleged illegal electrical connection at that scene. katie has your forecast now in the weather center. let's check in. >> good morning, everybody there is will actually ends up being decent day overall. while not as beautiful looking by comparison to the weekend, it was tough to beat that, we are still going to warm up nicely here today. and still keep high pressure on our side, looking dry, but a lot of cloud cover out there. storm scan3 shows it very well. don't worry about any wet
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weather issues, even though you might see few speckles evergreen, looking closely out there, yes, might have little bit more of moisture rich system or air massey should say out there, but not expecting any wet weather. rather, just some more clouds. so, limited sun as a result, high still hitting 80 degrees though, drop to 62 tonight, normal low 55. so, it is definitely an above average night. then the next couple of days we do in fact stay above average at least by agree or two. but tuesday or wednesday could feature just spotty shower, or a thunderstorm. torrey, over to you. >> thank you, good morning, everyone, full swing rush. doesn't matter where you are going, the schuylkill, 95, vine, pa turnpike, going to find the usual delays sprinkled all overment take a look at the schuylkill, 76 westbound, where you hit the usual pocket of at city avenue. westbound and eastbound, high volume, where you are dropping down the speed censors even less than 10 miles per hour, 6 miles per hour there. lots of red on the schuylkill, same thing goes traveling southbound, northbound, delaware county, 21 at of raj 476. this accident delaware northbound 95, at maryland
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avenue, mass transit doing okay. ukee? >> torrey, thank you. next update at 8:55, up next, the world's top chefs aoun night for under-privileged children. for more local news weather traffic and sports we're on traffic and sports we're on the "cw philly" on the are like a passionate dance.ion it's color. it's a way of life. a harmony that brings people together. the more we give in to the magic of this place, the more we'd like to stay.
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. look at syracuse on a monday morning where the school of communications will dedicate the new house studio and innovation center today. we heard big names will be there like oprah as in oprah winfrey. she went there last night. >> anybody else? >> and then i heard the new facility will help prepare students for a wide range of career and communication like broadcast journal up. . so this is the most exciting part. there's a chris licht control room. >> oh, my god. >> be still my heart. >> our executive producer is a syracuse graduate and very, very dedicated to the school. done great things there. done great things here. now he's got a control room in his name, guys. >> will there be a sign that
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says no shouting or screaming aloud? >> didn't he go to syracuse as well? >> that's right. they have very distinguished alumni. congratulations to all that. welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour, a new generation of gopro cameras. this product -- look at the stuff they get. this product is a red-hot seller. so is the company's stock. so is the founder nick woodman here to show us what the new models can do and we'll ask him if there's anything you shouldn't catch on camera. >> plus, world renowned chefs are sharing their favorite recipes all in one book. they're challenging each of us to get cooking to help the world's kids. that's ahead. right now time to show you some of this morning's headlines. this is gifford telling her dog to sit with husband mark kelly
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watching. giffords missing her time. calling her life exciting, wonderful, and busy and the story is how busy she's doing in this particular season when imcomes to the gun issue. time shows us what men really want. it comes from a kmus supported group in finland. it shows straight men of all ages tend to set their sights on women in their mid-20s wome. women on the other hand are typically i atracted to men their own age or older. oklaho okay cupid finds similar results. >> charlie, what do you think about that? >> i do not believe that. there are so many fascinating women much older than that, that i think 20-year-olds should be dating someone else. >> if you dated someone in your mid-20s, i would be very upset
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but i would have to speak about it but i won't at this time. >> i'm not. >> okay. the sale of bengals player devin still's jersey was on sale to fight cancer. >> are you ready to get this cancer about you? let's do it. fist bump. >> nearly 10 thousand of still's money have been sold. the money will go to cincinnati's children hospital. >> makes you want a jersey. >> reporter: over the last four years gopro has revolutionized the way we see things. as evan carter tells us, they're strapping those small lightweight cameras on pretty much anything that moves. >> reporter: whether you're scaling new heights, going for a drive with friends, or just taking the dog for a walk, gopro has become the go-to camera to
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capture it. millions have taken it to heart. wear it, mount it, love it. it began as a simple waterproof camera ceo nick woodman developed years ago to capture himself surfing. the company has a huge market share. more than half are gopros. thrill seekers around the world first adopted it in partnership with prothreats like kelly slater, snowboarder sean white brought it to the mainstream. but gopro is now growing up, moving beyond adventure sports to the masses. the cameras are now used and marketed for everyday life.
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new mounts are opening up new possibilities, and low cost drones are allowing users to see things from an entirely new perspective. the company went public back in june and in typical fashion woodman caught it all on camera with a gopro, of course. like the camera they sell its stocks are soaring to new heights since the company's initial offering with 10 million cameras sold and sales expected to top $1 billion this year. there's no telling where go prowill go next. for "cbs this morning," carter evans, los angeles. >> that's the point. where sit going next? gopro founder and ceo nick woodson is here. good morning to you and bravo. >> thank you very much. thanks for having me this morning, i appreciate it. >> what excites you most? about the -- that's an
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open-ended question. about your line. first of all, nick, take us back just a second. when you realized that this was going to be a hit, this thung was huge, what was that moment like for you? >> i think it was terrifying more than anything. it was holiday season 2009 and wed just launched the first hd hero and everything went crazy. it quickly became the best selling products in the store. there were eight of us, mostly college friends and a couple of family members and i should have been jumping up and down with joy for everybody but i learned for the first time that success can kill a business that isn't ready for it and we were not ready for it. >> but you're ready now, so much so you now have a new line. >> a new line and an incredible company of 800 people who are the best in the business and making it easy for me to be here right now to talk about the hero 4 lineup which is simply the
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most powerful life captured device that gopro has ever made it? >> which one is it? the one in the middle? >> the hero 4 black that we just announced today. it shoots 4 k-30 which is as unbelievable as video gets today. each frame of 4 k video is an 8.3 megapixel image. in aindication to shooting incredible life-like video, you can pull still photos from that video. so you can effectively shoot a photo and video at the same time. >> wow. and that's co. pleatly new. >> completely new. just came out -- well, we just announced it today and the hero 4 will be on shelves in a week. >> what will it retail for? >> october 5th. >> the hero 4 black is $499 and the hero 4 silver is $399. and the difference between the
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two is the hero 4 silver has a built in display in the back but it gives up 4 k 30 video in some of the more advanced modes that we think is going to might one of the top sellers. >> it's amazing to me because you can put them on things like dogs, so many other things, things that you would never imagine putting yourself through the vision of someone's doing something like a bird, a dog. >> a little kid. >> that's the magic. >> their world. >> that's the magic of gopro. we're passionate about unlocking perspectives of life that none of us have ever seen before and the result is incredible content that none of us have ever seen before. >> takes us places we've never been. >> and everybody wants to see the world from your perspective. >> i saw somebody with a stick and they had a gopro. i was think that would have solved it. >> it's called 3 h way. one of our best selling
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accessories. the purple of it is you can document yourself doing anything. a try pot pops out of the bottom so you can film yourself. i was just on vacation in italy a few weeks ago with my wife and we were having breakfast in a square and in a one-hour session we saw three different couples walking through the square filming themselves on a gopro with a three-way. >> did you go, hey, i did that. >> that's what make it here, vacationing in italy. >> one of the couples walked by and my wife was looking very beautiful at in morning breakfast and they filmed us as they walked by. i wish that i had written on a card and put it in an envelope and said don't open this for an hour and said you just filmed the founding couple of gopro.
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>> are there some things you think, god, i wish they hadn't shot that. i haven't seen that. my wife -- i shot the birth of our three boys and i think that my wife -- she regularly says i'm glad you shot that. i just wish you wouldn't show that publicly. >> is she a co-founder of the company? she was. she's employee number 3, my wife jill woodman. she ran all of domestic sales. so she managed all of our retail sales to surf shops, e shops and rei in the early days. >> continue to soar, nick woodman. >> thank you so much. >> opening the world for us. >> appreciate it. >> nick woodman. thank you. ahead, an appetite for change. hillary gumble is in our toy a greenroom and she'll bring us dishes from some of the leading chefs. hi, hillary. >> hi. >> anyway, she has these
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mmm! ring ring! progresso! i forgive you. you do? it's ok that your soup tastes like my homemade. it's our slow simmered vegetables and tender white meat chicken. apology accepted. i'm watching you soup people. make it progresso or make it yourself.
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a collection of top chefs like wolfgang puck, jamie oliver, and cat core are all coming together for a new cookbook for a great cause.
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they're combined recipes to support unicef, the nonprofit to save children's lives. it was put together by hillary gumble. she's married to brian gumble. good morning. >> good morning. >> how did you do this? it's combined your love for cooking and working with children. >> one of the things i have to do is travel and see their work firsthand which is extraordinary to do. the scope of sthar work is always good to see in person because it's much different than reading about it. on one of those trips to peru i sat with a little girl -- unicef goes in and teaches kids about nutrition. there was this cookie. here's a little girl. she's 5 years old. we don't speak the same language. we have completely different worlds but there's a moment you have a cookie with each other, you look into each others eyes, it tastes kind of good and there's a connection.
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it transcends any cultural difference. you feel that you know each other and you're more similar than you thought. >> at that moment you're speaking the same language. >> you are, you are. >> i love keen roy. >> it's actually good for you. so that should help. >> i started the top of the 8:00 wi i by saying it's bryant gumb gumble brieblt gumbel it's bryant gumbel's birthday. you chose very specific chefs, why? >> what i wanted to do ideally was have it be multi-ethnic and multi-cultural so families could get exposed to other cultures. you could take a little trip to india. it's a staple at weddings.
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you can buy the ingredients at your store. you get a little bit of india. it's kind of like that wonderful song "we are the world." today's chefs have such brown reach. it was a unique marriage to bring together. >> tonight's dinner is going to be your imagination. >> we're actually going out to dinner. we're going out to dinner. but he was the guinea pig for some of the recipes. >> he tried them? >> try it. >> don ya pella ar peja, these are zoo key ucchini fritters. her mother would pack these in foil in her farrirarah fawcett h box. >> these are wolfgang's cookies?
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>> his mother made them every holiday and this is giada's. >> everything you're making from the book you're donating. >> no. all the royalties -- the whole point of the book and the reason the shefrs said yes, i believe, also, they knew by all of them being in, that the aggregate result was going to be helping children and they all said yes. no a single chef said no to me. >> who's going to say no to you, hila hilary. tell bryant i'm getting him the same thing as last year, different color. good to see you. >> thank you so much. >> it goes on sale tomorrow. and ben affleck will talk about "gone girl." that's tomorrow.
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beyonce surprised the crowd when she came out and performed with her husband jay z at this weekend's global citizen festival. about 50,000 people packed central park in new york city to end poverty. when she walked out on the stage, people lost their minds. >> i bet. >> she walked out and goes in a different direction. >> we hope you saw the interview of chris norris. take a look. >> hasn't your state had more murders per capita than any other state, mr. governor? >> yeah. >> norah was not only the special guest. valerie jarrett also made a cameo in last knightnight's epi >> did you enjoy that? >> i did. "the good wife," i god e-mails
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good morning, the search is on for the driver involved in a hit-and-run, that sent a little girl to the hospital, police say a green mitsubishi out lander hit seven year old girl yesterday, near 42nd and pennsgrove street in west philadelphia. and the driver did not stop. a neighbor saw it happen, and was able to grab their same phone and take some video of the car involved. police say that young victim is in guarded condition, right now. all right, back to work, back to school, let's get our forecast, kick things off with katie. >> overall this forecast actually very nice one. say for the fact seymour clouds sort of skewing the beautiful sunlight we had all weekend long, but will stay mild. it is going to stay dry here today. that's all still courtesy of high pressure, but, there is some change taking place here
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on storm scan3, and very evident with the satelite layer, a lot of high clouds has funneled for us, so very limit in the terms of the sunlight here today. warm up nicely to 08 degrees in philadelphia, maybe not quite that hi, through the outlying sub serbs, but still warmer than average. that's bottom line. partly cloudy, comfy tonight. by tomorrow, even though we are expect to go seymour sunshine, coy see shower or thunderstorm, firing up for some of you, especially, through the afternoon and very similar forecast, as well, wednesday. that's courtesy of the next approaching and passing colds front by mid week. tory? >> thanks so much, katie. good morning, everyone, we take a look at the ben franklin bridge, seems to be it is looking a little bit better out there. this shot here, of new jersey, making your way in toward philadelphia, still, little slow approaching the mid-span down toward eighth and vine. but earlier this toll plaza completely jammed. starting to pick up in areas, then other areas just not. nine your average on the schuylkill, 14 on 95, making your way into downtown philadelphia.
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in the 30's traveling the blue route, volume westbound on the pa turnpike out of bucks county down toward montgomery county. also cents an accident, delaware, 95 northbound, maryland avenue. it is compromising a lane causing delays, but no delays for mass transit. erika? >> torrey, thank you. that's eyewitness witness news for now, talk philly coming up at noon. great
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