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>> do me a favor and stop saying that i'm pretty and that i'm not fat. it makes me uncomfortable. i'm not pretty and i never will be. >> you already are gweneth. that's gwyneth paltrow projecting her inner beauty on
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jack black in 2001 "shallow hall." >> you think with a woman with gweneth, really, she doesn't need help in the beauty department. but she said that is not the furtherest from the proof. she takes us in her ongoing self esstream struggles. >> i had braces. i shaved my head. took me a while to shake off that idea of myself. the scrawny girl with the bad hair cut that none of the boys would ask out. >> from goek geeky to glamorous. >> i think sometimes it looks smoother than it actually is. >> she is sharing tips on yahoo! beauty and it starts with number one. taking care of your skin. >> i get facials when i can. try to look at my skin, wash my face every night. that was big step for me. and i wear more make-up now. i think when you're not 25 a little mascara goes a long way.
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>> tip number two, a healthy diet. >> i think i got engaged in the idea of wellness and health when my father was diagnosed with cancer. i think i became ma crow biotic. >> this mother of two is balanced. >> the kids eat sugar. we have organic snacks and oreos too. >> tip two, a little bit of sun. >> i like a few minutes of sun for vitamin d. my favorite red carpet make-up moment are the ones when i feel a little bit tan and sun kissed and like the make-up is more natural. >>. ♪ my china girl . >> that right there, one of my favorite bowie songs.
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"china girl." and a few years later marrying iman. >> we were with his super model wife of over two decades. taking us inside their love story while showing no signs of her husband's secret struggle. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> your husband, you've been married since '92. the love is so inspiring. how do you manage? >> we've never had a -- we both understand the distance between the person and the personal. >> keeping a brave face and her husband's secret hidden tight. we sat down with the woman who changed the face of fashion in april as her husband and icon changed music and culture with nine months into a cancer battle he tragically lost just days after turning 69. >> between the two of us, there is nothing we haven't seen. or done for that matter.
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>> do you indulge in any sort of -- >> i'm nice. >> ♪ put on your red shoes and dance the blues ♪ >> it is almost easier to talk about the way david bowie didn't change music. he combined music and fashion. music in theater. music in film. he did everything. >> our music insider, rolling stone contributor, says, it is the genres, lines and art that makes the relevant and timeless. >> it was different than anybody else. he felt a little bit strange and a little bit different. like, thank you. thank you so much. i no longer feel like a complete space alien. >> i've always worked in just
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supposing society to put them together and create a mythical kind of society. . >> if you were madonna or kanye west that matters. >> and sharing this throw back. ♪ dancing in the street ♪ >> long time friend and collaborator, mick jagger, says david was always an inspiration and true original. we had so many good times together. we had so many good times together. i will never forget him. bei was organized.a, i was on the go. i was a doer. then the chronic, widespread pain drained my energy. my doctor and i agreed moving more helps ease fibromyalgia pain. she also prescribed lyrica. fibromyalgia is thought to be the result of overactive nerves.
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lyrica is believed to calm these nerves. for some patients, lyrica significantly relieves fibromyalgia pain and improves physical function. with less pain, i feel better and can be more active. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worsening depression or unusual changes in mood or behavior. or swelling, trouble breathing, rash, hives, blisters, muscle pain with fever, tired feeling or blurry vision. common side effects are dizziness, sleepiness, weight gain and swelling of hands, legs and feet. don't drink alcohol while taking lyrica. don't drive or use machinery until you know how lyrica affects you. those who have had a drug or alcohol problem may be more likely to misuse lyrica. fibromyalgia may have changed things but with less pain, i'm still a doer. ask your doctor about lyrica today. lyrica, move forward with less fibromyalgia pain. chose prego traditional over ragu traditional. prego?! but i buy ragu. [ thinking ] i wonder what other questionable choices i've made.
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monday on the insider, you've seen this. >> what's going on? >> plus, what about this. >> that's showing his softer side as the race for the final road. >> i'm not afraid to cry. >> then -- >> bob means business.
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>> trainer turned host, bob harper. he has a contestant break down. and we're at the choice awards. who is tougher, the critics or stars themselves? that's monday on the insider. >> travel consideration provided by -- all right, before we go, mariah, bieber, one direction and how the ultimate adele. >> and it was everything. >> it was. >> here it is in case you missed it. >> ♪ tell me what you want what you really really want ♪ >> if you want my future ♪ ♪ forget my past ♪ if you want to get with me better make it fast ♪
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♪ hello from the other side ♪ at least i can say that i tried ♪ ♪ we could have had it all ♪ >> i just want to sing back up for them. >> have a great weekend, everybody.
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from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia this is cbs3 "eyewitness news". right now on "eyewitness news" a cold come back after some mild temperatures. wint weather is returning to the region. good evening i'm natasha brown.
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thank you so much for joining us. we might have a little bit of snow in our future as well. meteorologist lauren casey tracking all of this for us from cbs3 weather center. hey, lauren. >> natasha, after couple of mild days, 50s yesterday. upper 40 today's. the colder air is going to be building in. we do have little bit of a chance for snowstorm scan three showing us quiet condition right now clouds though still in place mostly cloudy conditions across much of the delaware valley and temperatures 47 degrees not too chilly but a bit of a breeze up around 12 miles per hour making it feel more like 36 degrees right now. we're at 38 down the shore. 31 pretty mild temperature for january in the poconos and we are going to be colder by tomorrow a few flakes possible so we'll talk about where we'll see the best chance of a few snow showers tomorrow afternoon and then bitter wind chills for everyone on monday. we're talking about waking up to wind chills monday morning in the single digits and we keep around cold sunshine through next week and windy conditions as well. i'll have all the details on this more win like forecast coming up in just a few.
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>> thank you so much. also knew at 11:00 o'clock tonight, a firefighter comes to the rescue while off duty. he was in the right place at the right time to save a man's live. "eyewitness news" reporter cleve bryan has more. >> reporter: 36 years on the job deputy fire chief joseph edwards isn't running up ladders any more but being a new year, he wants to get back in shape. friday he went to planet fitness in downingtown and less than 15 minutes a work out turned into first responder work. when a man collapsed on the treadmill in front of him. >> hit his head pretty hard. start to do bleed from the back of his head and was unresponsive. >> reporter: edwards had planet fitness staff call 911 and bring over their auto matedd external defebrillator. known as an aed. >> stay calm. follow these voice instructions. >> reporter: edwards put the pads on his chest didn't around of cpr until it was time to shock. >> right after you shock the patient, you're to do two more minutes of cpr and the aed will
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actually countdown how long you're doing cpr it will tell you one more minute to go. 30 more seconds to go. >> reporter: after two rounds of cpr and one shock, the victim regained a pulse. he went to brandywine hospital for further care and this morning called the fire company to thank edwards. >> his spirits were high. he had more tests to get done to see were was going on then hope for a speedy recovery report roar edwards says even though he was in the right place towhead help the man having an aed was the real lifesaver. >> the as soon as you have aed and smock the patient the chances of survival increase tremendously. >> reporter: the vick tacony-palmyra appreciates everything that was done for him because he's not feeling up to an interview. get this, he was former firefighter. cleve bryan, cbs3 "eyewitness news". well tonight a man is fighting for his life following a shooting in north philadelphia. police say a suspect shot the victim multiple times in the head "eyewitness news" on the 1700 block of egley street around 4:30 this afternoon.
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the victim is between 25 and 30 years old. he was rush to temple university hospital where he remains in critical condition. police have not made any arrests in many case just yet. hours i meg al vigil police arrest suspect in connection with a thanksgiving murder of ryan kelly in port richmond. the township-year-old was shot and killed on the 3600 block of almond street. today police arrested david ramos in frankford. investigators say ramos confessed to the crime. he's now charged with murder robbery and other offenses. also tonight we have learned the hyatt at the bellevue in sent city is one of 250 hyatt hotels hit by a recent data breach. hyatt says it found malicious software in the payment system at the hotel. they're now taking increased steps to increase security. hackers may have accessed customer's personal information between august 13th and december 8th. hyatt tells us the bellevue is the only hyatt hotel in
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pennsylvania affected by this breach. and 32 people meantime are displace to do night following an apartment building fire in yeadon, delaware county. firefighters pulled a woman from the building on the three hadn't dread block of north front street 8:30 this morning. no word yet on her condition. investigators say the fire sta started inside a third floor rear apartment and damaged 20 units. cause of the blaze is still under investigation. montgomery county's former da is expected to be a key defense witness at bill cosby's sexual assault hearing next month. bruce castor is expected to testify that he promised cosby would never be charged with assaulting a former temple employee back in 2004. a judge must now decide if that constitutes an immunity deal and throw out the case. new district attorney kevin steal says there's no evidence of a signed immunity agreement whatsoever. five americans who were imprison in iran are in the
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process of being freed tonight. the prisoners what happened was confirm shortly before it was announced that iran has met all measures spelled out in a landmark nuclear deal. we get the very latest now from cbs correspondent went die gillette. >> reporter: iranian state television found the saturday. is a swap of four americans exchange for seven iranians held or charged in the united states. u.s. state department dropped international arrest notices and charges for 14 ear rain yanns. >> four freed americans are washington post reporter, former us marine, american businessman and pastor who's wife spoke from boise idaho. >> iran straight for my kids and told my parents. then i call his parent. and his sister. they were all balling and getting calls. >> reporter: a student was released as part of a separate agreement. >> they should be on their way
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home to their families before long. >> reporter: the prisoner swap was announced hours before the united nations watch dog certified that iran has net met its commitments as part of the historic nuclear deal with sick world powers. >> iran has undertaken significant steps that many and i do mean many people doubted would ever come to pass. >> reporter: president obama signed an executive order lifting up s sanctions related to iran's nuclear program. that means iran can now sell oil on the open market. iran will have access to the global banging system and the country will recover $100 billion in frozen assets over seas. if it's discovered that iran is still moving ahead with nuclear program, the deal calls for sanctions to once again be um move. wendy gillette for cbs3 "eyewitness news". also tonight, rescue teams are expanding their search for 12 marines missing after a helicopter crash. two helicopters each carrying
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six marines went down off oahu north shore late yesterday. officials say high surf is disbursing the debris and complicating the search and rescue mission. the cause of the crash is still under investigation. entertainer cher is donating water to the residents of flint, michigan as that city struggles with a drinking water crisis linked to lead contamination. more than 80,000 bottles of water will be shipped to the city starting monday. officials in flint changed the city's water source for tap water in 2014 to save money. last month, it was revealed that the water was poisoned with le lead. now the cherry hill police department launch as very aggressive recruitment campaign. the department tes tested hundrs of officers candidates at cherry hill east high school today and there will be even more testing tomorrow. tell us more than 100,000 people -- 1,000 people that is signed up today the officer
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candidates took the written test. >> in light of the negative perception in essence that's been painted upon police recently to have 1200 people want to come out and still serve and become police officers is a extremely powerful message and the fact they want to do it here, you know, brings a lot of pride to this organization. >> officials invited religious and community leaders to participate in the recruitment process. trying to ensure a diverse group of candidates. now eagles fans meantime glued to their tv sets today watching the playoff game between the chiefs and the patriots seen right here on cb cbs3. if the chiefs lost, the birds could start finalizing a contract with doug pederson. lesley van arsdall joins us with the highlights. we're getting closer. >> getting closer and closer. baby steps. we still have a lot pieces of this buzz is toll fall into place right now. kansas city wept into this contest with 11 game winning streak but winning a playoff game in foxboro is very tough. pats lost just three playoff games under bill belichick.
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the patriots took care of the chiefs 27-20. ending kansas city's season so the eagles now have to fly doug into hammer out the terms of that contract aft the game chiefs quarterback alex smith talk about pederson and what he will bring to the novacare complexion. >> if that's the case happy for him. he's a real deal. really really good coach i think he'll ab great head coach if that's the case. has that quality about him. you know, that coolness, that, you know, can relate to players. i think he'll be great at it. so if it is the case which sounds like real excited for h him. >> after the game pederson declined to answers, he said i'll see in you a couple of days. once they hire him, who will be the coordinators, willing to keep pat shower myhr as offensive coordinator. sam bradford said he wanted shurmur to come back. we'll have to wait and see. >> i like how everyone says i don't really know. >> i know. >> nobody knows. >> exactly. >> copy us posted. thank you lesley.
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appreciate it. still to come tonight as the race for the white house heats up, hillary clinton's lead is shrinking. why some experts say the democratic front runner may be extremely vulnerable heading tomorrow's big dough bait. plus america's favorite panda cub makes his due debut. we'll show you more of little bei bei here. that's coming up. lauren. another bitter blast is just around the corner. i'll let you know when to expect wind chills only in the single digits. that's coming up much coming up
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welcome back everyone. democratic candidates take the stage tomorrow in south carolina for another presidential primary debate. meantime two of the republican front runners are exchanging fire on the campaign trail. >> who put donald trump in charge of the element. >> ted cruz cracked a joke about his closest rifle after getting stuck in an elevator on saturday but the battle between cruz and donald trump is serious. >> today they have another story where he forgot another bank, citibank, and he forgot. >> at an event in new hampshire trump accused of cruz of hiding a bone for citibank for his texas senate campaign aft cruz admitted he took out million dollars loan from goldman sachs. trump unleashed half a dozen tweets attacking cruz for his canadian birthplace. and for slamming quote new york values. >> donald has lot of nervous energy. >> the democratic race is
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intensifying as well. candidates are getting ready to face off in charleston, south carolina on sunday night. in the final debate before the iowa caucuses on february 1st. >> i met hillary 45 years ago this march. >> president clinton continues to campaign for his wife who faces unexpected challenge from bernie sanders. vermont senator is surging in iowa and maintaining an edge in new hampshire. former maryland governor martin o'malley will join them on center stage with time to connect with voters running out. clinton and sanders each booked on four sunday morning news shows including face the nation right here on cbs3. you can catch it tomorrow morning at 10:30. hosted by cbs news political director john dickerson. stars of the hit show property brothers offered home improve many tips in montgomery county today. jonathan and drew scott made an appearance at the first ever philadelphia home and garden show. many people came out to see them and asked questions at the
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greater philadelphia expo center at oaks. the twins spoke with our sister station kyw news radio about a special fan they met at that show. >> he just went through 10 brain surgeries, he had brain cancer, and he reached out saying out or show was a big part of his recover row because he watched every single episode while i was in the hospital and he wanted to come and meet us in person. >> nice to know you can inspire people with the show we dodge we're a little home fixer upper kind of a show. >> tomorrow is the last day of the philadelphia home and garden show. now volunteers joined forces for huge renovation effort in camden today. they cleaned out a building that will be the future home of camden sophisticated sisters drill team. "eyewitness news" at seventh and florence the camden sophisticated sisters has been recognized as one of the best drill teams in the united stat states. they can't wait to move into their new home. very nice. pandemonium today at the national zoo down in washington, d.c. bei bei the panda cub made his
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official public debut. and he's adorable. there he is. the cub was born august 22nd a twin cub born the same day has bei bei died soon after his birth. some people stood if line for hours before the gates even opened for their chance to see bei bei up close. >> my mom said what do you want to do on your birthday? i said go see the p and today. this is what i got. i had to open it at midnight. >> look at that little cutie. bei bei is still nursing and was kept in the panda house until today. there are only 1800 pandas left in the wild. culinary students in pittsburgh well they're crazy for crickets. students at the art institute of pittsburgh showed off a four course meal with crickets as the common ingredient. among the dishes served cricket pesto, cricket crusted beef, even toasted crickets, yum. >> if i had describe the flavor kind of nutty. you have to try it yourself.


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