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the shadow of crisis has passed and the state of the eun is strong. president obama says it's time to turn the page on the problems of america's recent past but will a republican-controlled congress follow the plans he laid out. as they prepare to bring the plane from flight 588501. two weeks before the super bowl the nfs is under pressure to answer questions about whether the new england patriots broke the rules in sunday's afc championship game. >> she has no idea she's about to get proposed to. >> and police proposed to.
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a texas police officer has his girlfriend pulled over so he can pop the question. captioning funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning news" for wednesday, january 21st 2015. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, in his first state of the union address before a congress controlled by republicans, president obama was anything but conciliatory. last night he focused on helping the middle class with new tax proposals republicans are sure to vote down and the president threatened to veto any attempt to nullify his actions on health care, immigration, and new rules governing wall street and he highlighted the economic recovery. >> america for all that we have endured, for all the grit and hard work required to come back for all the tasks that lie ahead, knoww of crisis has passed
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and the state of the union is strong. >> susan mcginnis is in washington. susan, good morning. >> good morning. much of the speech did ring familiar the past. he talked about everyone getting a fair shot and everyone doing their fair share. and as you said this speech was given against the backdrop of an improveing economy and the president challenged congress to build on those gains but with ideas that they already conveyed are going nowhere here on capitol hill. >> tonight we turn the page. >> in his sixth state of the eun yn address, president obama called on the new republican-led congress to help the middle class with proposals they are sure to vote down including tax hikes for the healthy, free college tuition, and raising the& minimum wage. >> if you truly believed you could work full-time with a family on less than $15,000 a year try it. and to pass laws to protect
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americans from cyber terror. >> no hacker should be able to shut down our networks steal our trade secrets or invades the private lives of families. >> he also threatened to stop. >> if a bill comes to my desk trying to do any of these things, i will veto it. >> republicans criticized before he even gave his speech and continued afterward. >> in the official republican response newly elected senator joanie joe joani earnst -- >> now ernst in that republican response said they'll fast track
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the pipeline oil deal. the president did make mention of it only to say let's set our sights higher than a single oil pipeline. anne-marie? >> susan mcginnis in washington. thank you, susan. wheel president obama said he's interested in cooperating with congressional republicans, he did take a number of shots at them in his address. cbs analyst john dickerson gave his analysis. >> he framed them as lobbyists and super wealthy. he said they were essentially hypocrites on minimum wage. he said their obsession was the keystone pipeline was limiting and limited in terms of america's vision. and he issued a whole host of veto threats because he you know, just sort of warned them from following their worst instinct. so his kind of between the lines the way he was treating republicans was certainly the way they read it as well was not
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something very favorable. >> well at several occasions during his speech the president ad-libbed. when republicans applauded he had run his last campaign, the president responded. >> i have no more campaigns to run. [ applause ] >> i know because i won both of them. >> earlier i spoke with cbs news chief correspondent bob schieffer about the president's seemingly relaxed key meaner. >> the president made his point. he said some things that some republicans in the room did not like. a lot of them will never see the light of day as legislation, quite frankly, but he did it all in kind of a good humor that i think kind of spread through the hall tonight. i thought this was one of the better speeches that president obama has made over the last couple of years when things have not been going well. you sometimes wondered if he
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even liked having the job of president. he didn't seem to like having to do what presidents had to do. he just seemed to kind of from time to time out of sorts. but tonight he was very relaxed. he was in good humor. he almost had a little twinkle in his eye from time to time. and i think it was kind of infectious, and i think you saw the result of that in the audience tonight. >> we'll have more analysis and speak with vice president joe biden coming up on "cbs this morning." well, a doctor who was shot at a boston hospital has died. the lone gunman entered briggham and women's yesterday. he asked for a specific doctor cardiac surgeon dr. michael davidson. after a brief conversation he shot davidson twice. he died last night following several hours of surgery. >> there was something in the
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past that upset this guy causing him to come in and look for this particular doctor. >> he then went to a nearby examining room and quickly fatally died himself. israel calls a knife attack on a tel aviv bus an act of terror this morning. a palestinian man stand nine people including the driver. four are serious. the suspect was shot and arrested as he tried to flee. the islamic militant group hamas praised the attack. and this morning, the rebels shelled the palace and overran the home yesterday. the latest in a long simmering power struggle. the group's leader warned the president to implement an agreed to power-sharing deal. the u.s. has moved two warships into the red sea to assist with any potential evacuation of u.s.
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embassy personnel. and the mayor of paris says she plans legal action against fox news. she says the channel insulted them where the cable channel suggested only muslims are commit. fox has issued a series of on air a air. and indonesian authorities are expected to release a preliminary report on the crash of flight 8501 next week but it will not be made public. this morning crews will use flotation devices to try and raise large portions of the jet including the fuselage. the twin engine jet crashed last month and investigators are just starting to put together its final moments. bob or reports. >> reporter: in the final moments before airasia flight 8501 crashed into the java sea, the passenger jet was in a steep and dangerous climb pushing the
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limits of safety. new information from the flight's data recorder reveals the jet was asejed at 6,000 feet a minute, three times greater than normal for the airbus a320. it's suggested they flew the plane to high causing it to peace river into a deadly dive. it crashed into the water. its fuselage and tail shattering on impact. after listening to the plane's cockpit voice recorder investigators say there's no evidence of terrorism, no shouts of threats, gunfire, or explosions. instead investigators say the two airasia pilots seemed to be alone on the flight deck busily trying to handle the jet. while a mechanical failure or bad weather can't yet be ruled out, it's clear investigators
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>> good morning, anne-marie. it's the third year in a row that toyota has claimed the top spot. but the japanese automaker says it expects to sell fewer cars and truck this year. stocks on wall street finished slightly higher rising surge in technology. the dow climbed 3 points. the s&p also climbed 3 points and the nasdaq raised 23 points higher. netflix jumped almost 16% in after-hours trading following a fourth-quarter earnings report. netflix received a profit of 76 cents. it hopes to expand to 200 countries in the next two years. google invested $1 million
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in spacex. elon elon elon musk wants to get involved. and walmart is offering a service to turn your tax refund into cash. it's called direct to cash. filers can go to anyone of 25,000 tax preparation locations nationwide. they receive a confirmation code via e-mail when their refund is ready and then pick up their money at a walmart store. filers avoid a check cashing fee. the service is available for federal and state returns. anne-marie? >> i'm sure they're hoping you pick up your cash and spend it right where you are. straight ahead, new reports breathing life into the patriots
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out of a report that nearly a dozen balls used by the new england patriots in sunday's afc championship game were doctored. late tuesday night espn reported that 11 of the 12 balls used by new england were underinflated by two pounds per square inch of air but the league says an investigation is still under way. having an underinflated ball may make it easier to throw and catch. and the controversy is bubbling up less than two weeks before new england takes on seattle in super bowl xlix. workers started painting the seals at the university of phoenix stadium in glendale arizona. college basketball's top team runs into trouble at home. kentucky getting all it can handle from vanderbilt, but down the stretch kentucky gets strong play from twin brothers andrew and aaron anderson and they win.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. police in galveston, texas, helped a fellow police officer make a life-saving traffic stop.
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he wasn't after a criminal but the love of his life. mar saleh doe of our affiliate has the story. >> reporter: galveston police officer was used to making traffic stops but this day made his heart race. >> reporter: he wasn't catching a criminal. he was pulling over the love of his life. >> she has no idea she's about to get proposed to. >> he watched from his squad car as another officer turned on his sigh rep and pulled over sharon wolf all planned by them. >> they both deserve academy awards. >> when sarah looked up she knew she was getting pulled over but she didn't know why. when the officer came to her window, he told her she had a broken taillight. dash cam video show as what happened next. with the straight face the officer tells her she has outstanding warrants asks her
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to get out of the car. >> are you serious? >> yes. >> she can't believe what's happening and starts to cry. >> i had no idea what happened. >> a lieutenant shoes up. >> do you want her in handcuffs. i say, no don't put her in handcuffs. >> he drives up walks out and gets down on one knee. >> he said sara jane wolf will you be my wife? >> she said yesterday. >> i couldn't imagine anything better. that was perfect for us. >> this was my perfect number one all-time best traffic stop by far. >> by a police officer who wanted to make sure this one didn't get away. in galveston. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on the potential lawsuit the mayor of paris is threatening against fox news. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news."
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last month we launched a new spacecraft that will l send american astronauts to mars. and in two months to prepare us for those missions scott kelly will begin a year-long stay in space. good luck, captain. make sure to instagram it. >> i'm going have to start following him on instagram then. during last night's state of the union address, president obama gave astro not scott kelly a send off. his twin brother and astronaut brother mark won't be making
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trip but he's still playing a key role in astronaut history. >> their year-long mission apart may prove. once aboard he will undergo a daily battery of medical and psychological tests, 229 miles below in a nasa lab twin brother mark will undergo those same tests all to try to figure out how long durations in space affect the body. >> well, we know what the effect is for six-month missions and now we need to know what it is between six months and a year and what those negative effects are and how to mitigate them. >> reporter: in zero gravity heart muscles weaken, balance becomes shaking and eyes can lose their vision. as tre naughts have to exercise 2 1/2 hour as day to minimize bone loss. >> do you think that the human body and human mind are capable
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of long trips in space right now with what we do know? >> the physiological, the medical stuff, the stuff like radiation and loss of bone mass and muscle mass and density, you know it's those things that we need to figure out. >> reporter: jeannette lickty the kellys are nearly tied cal so mark will be the control subject, a baseline for how the extremes of space aim ter his brother physically and mentally. nasa scientists hope what they learn will somehow make a three-year round trip to mars survivable. don dahler cbs news, houston. well nasa has released the largest picture ever taken of the an drop ter galaxy. it's made up of 1.5 billion pixels. it's our closest neighbor. it was taken by the hubble space telescope. it takes viewers past 100 million stars. each of the tiny white dots is a sun much like our own. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning,"
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we'll speak with vice president joe biden on president obama's state of the union address and an update on yemen. we'll hear from michael morell former deputy director of the cia and we talk with julianne moore about her movie 'still alice." that's the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. i'm anne-marie green. thanks for watching. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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we're following breaking news this wednesday morning two philadelphia a police officers hurt in the serious crash, we're live on the scene with new information. and, "eyewitness news" keeps an eye on the storm everything is fine new on storm scan three but just wait a few hours and another taste of winter is on the the way. i understand later this afternoon, it is wednesday january 21st, good morning everyone i'm's ukee washington. i'm's quarter von tiehl. penndot says roads and highways are ready for this latest blast of winter. we will give you a a look right here at the roadways as crews, brine the pavement. all of the prep work is complete monitoring road conditions with the help of their expansive network of cameras across the the camera. >> the plan will be to position our trucks on the


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