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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is friday, march 25th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." breaking news. cbs news has confirmed two americans were killed in the brussels terror attack. police detained six people overnight in raids connected to the bombing. a truth street brawl ends with a teenager dead and nine people charged with murder. and music meets diplomacy. the rolling stones prepare to rock havana in a historic concert. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. we will not be intimidated. we will not be deterred. >> belgian authorities step up
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anti-terror raids. >> they detained at least six suspects in connection with tuesday's bombing. >> two of the people killed in the bombings here were americans. >> paris, a major arrest of a suspect in the advanced stage of a terror plot. a new low in the war over wives in the republican presidential race. donald trump questioning heidi cruz's look. >> i don't get angry often but if you mess with my wife and my kid, that will do it every time. donald, you're a sniffling coward and leave heidi alone. >> a fire has scorched more than 600 square miles on the oklahoma/kansas border. >> it's horrible. >> a explosion after a semitanker was hit by a train. comedian, actor, and producer garry shandling has died. >> this is a shock. >> you have to get a new tape. >> no, i would give this tape the last among my possessions? >> really. >> a man tries to jack a
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motorcyclist and leaves police on a chaotic case. >> a snatch and grab didn't go as planned. a security gate came back down trapping the keys. >> you want to question trump who is the prime minister of canada is? >> no, but -- >> how far can this team go? >> oregon on to the elite eight. >> go ducks. >> if i had given you the name of the candidates last year, would you know the seating would be the way it was? >> absolutely not. and anybody who told you they had, would be lying. >> ben carson appeared on "the view" and when asked what he thought of "the view", ed, blurry. all things blurry. my answer for all things, blurry. announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by toyota.
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let's go places. ♪ welcome to "cbs this morning." the state department, this morning, says two american citizens are among the victims of the brussels terror attacks. we are working to confirm their 80s. additionally, cbs news has confirmed a brother and sister from new york were killed. they are alexander and saschia pinczowski. raids overnight in belgium led to six arrests linked to tuesday's airport and subway bombings. another raid in france led to the arrest of a man connected to the mastermind of last year's pair ra paris attacks. a person of interest is abdelhamid abaaoud. they want to know if he is the man in the white coat shown in airplane surveillance video and looking for a second suspected attacker that was at the subway
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station. allen pizzey is in brussels with more. >> reporter: authorities in belgium have linked brussels attacks with those paris attacks in november and confusing whether they found a terror cell or scattered it. one of the operations overnight in a neighborhood where the police had found explosives and bomb making material used by the brussels attackers. the terrorist threat level has been lowered from 4 to but saying the situation is grave and another attack is likely and possible. two of the sued bombers were on u.s. law enforcement ready. both had criminal records in belgium. khalid was subject to an international arrest warrant on terrorism charge and ibrahim had been deported from turkey. another suicide bomby, najim laachroui was linked to the pair ra -- paris attacks in november.
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cbs news was told that the police only interrogated abdeslam once said his lawyer. >> he was interviewed for the first time saturday. he didn't see anything before the attacks. he saw police after the attack. >> reporter: abdel insisted he had nobody been involved in the paris attacks. as for the reassuring the bulgian public, the prime minister said no gray areas in the investigation and hunt for more terrorists. the police and security agencies have admitted to shortcomings in coordination and intelligence sharing have promised to fix them. the open question whether or not they can do it in time to prevent another attack. >> allen pizzey, thank you. polidebora patta is in pari
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with more on another suspected terrorist. >> reporter: french police swooped on the apartment of a manipulate last night. he was found guilty on terrorism charges alongside one of the pair race attackers last year, although police are saying at this stage, no link between that case and the attack. french police evacuated the apartment building and placed the area under lockdown. bomb disposal experts were brought in to search for anything suspicious. french interior minister was quick to provide details. [ speaking in foreign language ] >> translator: this operation has enabled us to defeat a suspected terror attack in france that was at an advanced stage. >> reporter: we know this morning that he was convicted last year in belgium for recruiting isis members together with abdelhamid abaaoud who is one of the key leaders of the paris attacks in november. we also know kit is a 34-year-old french national and
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his conviction for red acriket, following his arrest yesterday, police found a small quantity of explosives. kriket has been wanted with links to terrorism since january. although there are no tangible linked between kriket and brussels and paris attacks, they say he was known to many of the pair race attackers and known one of the leaders including abaaoud but the bomber laachroui. >> former oakland university and proteam basketball player sebastian balancin was knocked to the ground by a blast at the airport. he spoke to vladimir duthiers of our digital network cbsn from his hospital bed. >> you're lying on the ground. you don't know what is going on. you're looking down.
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what is going through your mind? >> i'm thinking, i got to make it. i got to make it, i got to make it and i got to see my daughter and i got to see my girls. you don't want to let any negative thoughts into your mind at all. you're about to die and you're like, no, no, no. i could feel the -- kind of the numbness of rising little-by-little. i remember falling down and my hip just exploding. i looked down and, you know, i see, like, a massive -- bones just sticking out. and then i hear the second explosion. now i'm thinking about it over and over, i think that is really what saved me because i was already on the ground when the second explosion went off. >> you got blown back, right, when the explosion happened? >> yes. but i can remember a guy just dragging me behind a column to safety and he's the one that put kind of a cloth to stop the bleeding on my leg because my leg was completely unattached and i was screaming. once i made it into the
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ambulance i knew i was going to be okay. that was the first relief, okay, you made it. >> incredible the thoughts of a man who thinks he is dying. >> the picture, we have seen that picture so much and good just to hear him talking and to know he did make it. >> thinking like all parents of his children. bellin expects to be reunited this weekend with his wife. officials say two suicide bombers may have wanted to target a nuclear plant in belgium. we will look into the united states nuclear plants and how they compare to other countries. the fight between republican candidates donald trump and ted cruz have become more harsh and personal as the focus shifts to their wives. trump tried last night to walk back his role in the drama and tweeted, quote, i didn't start the fight with lyin' ted cruz. chip reed has more. >> reporter: this started earlier this week with a racy photo of melania trump that was posted by an anti-trump super
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pac and it's gotten so nasty that it raises the question, is anything off limit? >> isn't heidi going to make an amazing first lady? >> reporter: ted cruz struck a softer tone last night after spending all day lashing out at donald trump for comments about his wife heidi. >> it's not easy to tick me off. i don't get angry often. but you mess with my wife, you mess with my kids, that will do it every time! donald, tyou're a sniffling coward and leave heidi the hell alone. >> it started on monday with this photo of melania trump. the front-runner accused cruz of being behind it and showed this caption under the images a picture is worth a thousand words. >> it is not acceptable for a big, loud, new york bully to attack my wife. >> reporter: the republican
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fight over spouses comes at an awkward time with images of the brussels terror attack in the news and fresh on voters' minds. during an event focused on homeland security, hillary clinton took a jab at the gop infighting. >> the way you get eyes or ears is to be provocative, even extreme, to say things that are going to draw attention. >> reporter: many republicans here in washington are worried that if trump is the nominee, he could fare poorly with women voters. according to this week's cbs news/"the new york times" poll, even before this controversy, trump was viewed favorably by only 19% of registered women voters nationwide. >> thanks, chip. the chief national correspondent for "the new york times" magazine is with us. his new story out this morning looks at how donald trump could change his campaign strategy for the general election. welcome back to the table. >> thanks, charlie. good to be here. >> are you surprised he hasn't
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changed it already, first question. >> he has been saying he is going to change it for several weeks now. he recently this week was telling the congressional leaders in washington the pivot will come. i'm going to be different very, very soon. 180 degrees later or three days later he has done the exact opposite. >> when he changes what will it look like? >> odd. he is entrenched like an outrage monger. it's much harder to undo this person anc persona. >> what are the lessons of the last presidential campaign from the republican party was that they were in a demographic kej spiral and did so poorly among women and minority that they had to change that. in fact, the gender gap was the largest in errored history last election. now chip just reported only 19% of women view trump favorably. can you win a general election with those numbers? >> no. it will be very, very difficult. if you look at where -- i think
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the republicans were after the last election hispanic voters and women voters and younger voters. trump is under water with all three categories. >> how is retweeting those pictures help his cause among women? >> beats the heck out of me. i honel don't knstly don't know. there was a mad genius wondering what he is doing. >> you say the rottweiler is showing signs of being house-trained. it seems to get worse and worse. >> i actually wrote those words 24 hours ago. so much with the trump candidacy a privot and perception. now those words are on "the new york times" website is no longer operational. >> you say people will -- the establishment will pawl for the pivot. >> look. there is a pundit language. there is a kind of unwritten rule that a nominee, when he is become being or she is becoming more attune to the general electorate gets a bit of a break when it comes to finessing their
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views a little bit, i think it will be hard. >> he tried to pivot by naming some of his foreign policy buyers and promised for months to do. your newspaper followed up to tr talk to those foreign policy advisers and it's not clear who they are or what advice they are giving. >> none of them met with him or produced anything. it seems he was producing names to countercriticism but nothing serious so i think he has a way to go with that. >> how far is this going to go? is nothing off limits? >> we have been asking this for many, many weeks now. i don't know where you go from here. people are asking is this good for donald trump or ted cruz? i think the republicans lose either way. >> urged argyou could argue no discussion -- >> this is one of our two major parties. >> arrive the bombing in brussels all of the candidates weighed in how they would handle it if they were president.
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who won there do you think in this conversation? >> i think the brussels bombing showed two completely different styles. hillary clinton did a more traditional solemn retrain to hillary clinton-like response and whereas, donald trump was emotional and talked about waterboarding and a lot of hot emotional buttons he has been playing. >> emotion plays well, mark? >> emotion plays well. it plays well in the republican base and gets him the attention on the base he needed originally. but, again, this is allegedly a outreach time. >> thanks, mark. >> thank you. >> always good to see you. parts of florida are cleaning up this morning from severe weather. strong winds damaged more than a dozen mobile homes. overnight in pasco county, north of tampa. debris littered the streets. parts of a home lodged in a tree. heavy rain turned streets into rivers in boca raton. some drivers abandon
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abandoned cars on the road. the pope washed and kissed the feet of a migrant center in rome on sunday following the ritual performed by jesus. the vatican is now officially allowing women to carry on the tradition. the pontiff, again, condemns this week's terror in brussels. >> prayers and tributes are pouring this morning for comedy giant garry shandling who died apparently of a heart attack. he was was considered one of the most influential comedians of his generation and star after stand-up scene and a mentor to many of today's late night hosts. >> he was supremely innovative and intelligent. you will hear he is revered by everyone in comedy and that is all true, 100% true. >> the emmy winner revolutionized a sitcom with two ground breaking shows in the 1980s and 1990s. garry shandling changed comedy
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and inspired a generation of comedians. in 1986 with "the cgarry shandling show." known for breaking the fourth wall what is known as, addressing the audience directly. years earlier, he hit the holy grail of stand-up -- "the tonight show" stage. >> my sheepdog kicks when he sleeps. my friend says your dog is having a nightmare. what is a nightmare for a dog? you think about it? he is drinking out of a toilet and the lid falls? >> "the larry sanders show" ran to critical acclaim for six seasons. >> what about the time i chipped my tooth on the bathroom ur nal urin urinal? what is so bad about that?
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>> it was a bad tooth, hank. you did it. >> reporter: co-star jeffrey tambor said shandling redesigned the wheel of comedy. he was on my pbs show in 1998 and 2000. >> i think atlanta is being honest with who you are in that moment. people try to figure out who is tlened and who isn't and what they do. it's like an athlete. you either have it or you don't. . >> reporter: i just don't know how to sum up someone i love so much who taught me everything i know. >> i love you. >> love you too. >> reporter: longside jerry seinfeld in his january episode of comedians in cars getting coffee, shandling showcased his trademark dark humor. >> what i want at my funeral is an actual boxing referee to do a count and at five, just wave it off and say, he's not getting up.
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>> garry shandling was 66. he was amazing. everybody i know out there who is a true person of the comedy scene thinks he was a geneus. >> both of his shows were great. great to hear his words in jerry's last interview with him. a good guy. a street fight could lead to life in prison for some
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>> good morning, i'm erika von tiehl. we want to check in with katie for our friday, and also the zero the east over forecast this weekend, how is it looking? >> looking good for the holiday weekend, damp and very dreary beginning to the morning depending where you are. we did at least have hint every sunday shine, cold front continues to progressively move close un err and closer, it will bring you damp roads at some point. see the moisture starting to help the showers blossom through the western delmarva peninsula, there most every lust ends up with at least couple of showers in is all said and done shall specially this morning, you might even have rumble every thunder out there, too. but, not talking major rain amounts here, guys. generally speaking, it is less than quarter every ann. everything is out of here, at the earliest, i would say, couple of hours from now, no
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later than early afternoon near the shore towns it, moves from west to east, again as we said, meisha, a easter weekend looks pretty good. >> great to know. i want to go for a jog, good to know it will be out of our way by 2:00 p.m. schuylkill, looking good, what we've been looking at all morning long, this seems to be the tip of the iceberg, that's nothing, everyone posted speeds, in the heart of rush hour, a lot of people taking the day off because the holiday weekend. route one at fox street also looking good, 95 taillights moving in the southbound direction atwood haven also looking great, erika, over to you. >> next update at 7:55, coming up on cbs this morning, new security concerns about american nuclear facilities after the brussels attack.
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>> you be hillin'. >> something to it. catchy. welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up the deadly street fight caught on video. dozens may have joined this brawl that may have left a teenager dead. how a dispute between two girls may have led to this brutal clash. plus, only days after president obama was treated like a rock star in cuba, the rolling stones are set to make history in havana. anthony mason shows us how the stones are following in the foot steps of music limits who test the limits in tightly controlled corners of the world. that is ahead. time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. "usa today" says fund-raising on the presidential race hit a major milestone. candidates and super pacs raised more than $1 billion until the end of february. this is fueled by dozen super wealthy americans who are bankrolling super pacs. by comparison, only 400 million dollars was raised by this point in the 2012 election. houston chronicle reports on
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united airlines pilot accused of running a prostitution ring. 51 yelveed bruce wallis was arrested. on wednesday he operated about a half a dozen brothals in apartment complex and office buildings in the houston area and faces up to 20 years in prison. by the way, united has removed him from his flying duties. i would imagine that doesn't go with what they are trying to portray. >> he was delivering more than the friendly skies. minneapolis star tribune reports on the evacuation of a small town after a freight train hit a propane truck and derailed. an explosion shook the ground. residents in the northwest minnesota of callaway may not return home until this afternoon. a dozen cars and the locomotive derailed. gerber is recalling baby foods. it affected carrots, apples and mangoes best used by dates of july 13th and 14th, 2016 of this
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year. and also these are recalled. gerber says the food might spoil due to defective packages. you can find more information on "cbs this morning".com. netflix has lord its video streaming quality to some wireless customers. this is called throttling. netflix admits doing it to verizon and at&t users for more than five years. the company says it slows video speed so consumers will not exceed their mobile data limits. nine people are behind bars in georgia this morning charged with murder. a massive street fight was caught on video. a warning to our viewers, the images are sdrib sdrudisturbing. police are investigating a brawl near the town of augusta. some of the suspects are enrolled in school there. david begnaud, good morning.
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>> reporter: here is the headline you will not hear very often. six kids from one american high school charged with murder. here at glennhills high school, the local sheriff said it started with a fight between two girls. when the fight ended the story was not over. things spilled off campus and that is when it got deadly. new video surfaced this week showing how the brutal street fight quickly spiraled out of control. it happened last friday in a small town in georgia. a witness said it involved between 30 and 50 people, some wielding baseball bats and knives. [ screaming ] >> reporter: it escalated after the driver of this dark sedan jumped a curb and nearly ran over people standing in a yard. 18-year-old dimaggio bill who was not involved in the fight police say was accidentally stabbed in the neck by a friend, harris jr. video shows what appears to be bell running with a hand over
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his neck wound and he died two days later at a local hospital. >> anything good come out of this case we will show you every person who was involved in this type of foolish behavior are going to be charged with a severe crime that can be possibly charged. >> reporter: the sheriff did. he arrested and charged nine individuals involved in the brawl with aggravated assault and felony murder. authorities are still looking for a tenth suspect eddie o'neill carter iii. >> this was a coordinated conscious effort. >> reporter: the sheriff suspects the brawl oomph natrig between a dispute between two girls and escalated and may have led to that street fight. the nine people arrested and charged with murder have been arraigned in court but still in jail this morning. it's worth noting, if convicted of murder, all of the nine, including the young people who are still in high school, will automatically serve a life
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sentence in prison. >> thanks, david. >> wow. >> it makes me so angry and sad when i see that. the fact it's videotaped and put on and people are looking at it and cheering it on and encouraging it. it makes me so sad and so angry this keeps happening and nothing changes. nothing. >> i know. i know. the terror attacks in brussels are raising new questions this morning about the security of nuclear plants. an american official says two of the suspected terrorists may have been targeting a facility in belgium. this revolution has sparked worldwide concern. the united states has 61 commercially operated nuclear plants. jericka duncan is outside one of them in new jersey. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. there are no requirements when it comes to the international standards at nuclear power plant security. but here in the united states, armed guards are a must. but it's not the case in other
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countries. it was only a couple of months ago that belgium implemented that extra layer of protection. months before the deadly brussels attack, it's believed at least two of the suspected terrorists were targeting this nuclear power plant in belgium. the el bakraoui brothers. >> the terrorists were able to successfully attack a nar facili nuclear facility there could be a loss of life. >> facility operators re-examining their plans. >> reporter: there are more than 400 nuclear power plants in the world and no uniform security plan to keep them safe. finland topped the list with the most favorable conditions. the united states, hungary and
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switzerland tied for sixth place and belgium was 19th. iran and north korea, last. >> increasingly they are worried about cyber threats. >> reporter: many nuclear facilities outside of the united states don't have laws in place to protect them against cyber attacks, a potential danger for plants that rely on digital security. the security systems control the plant's valves, pipes, temperature readings, among other things. at the first-ever nuclear summit in 2010, president obama called for a common security approach. >> the most effective way to prevent terrorists and criminals from acquiring nuclear materials is through strong nuclear security. >> reporter: this year's biannual meeting takes place next week. >> the critical thing out of this summit is to develop some mechanism to sustain the progress that has occurred because the job is not done around the world. it never will be done. >> reporter: that two-day summit
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is expected to attract leaders from at least 50 different countries. gayle? >> thank you. it is only rock 'n' roll but can it change a nation? coming up next, the rolling stones getting ready to take the stage for the first time in cuba. i sure wish we were there! if you're heading out the door, deon't leave us behind. watch us on your digital access device that is available on your smartphone. we will be right back. when your type 2 diabetes numbers right direction,n the it can be a burden. but what if you could wake up to lower blood sugar? imagine loving your numbers. discover once-daily invokana®. with over 6 million prescriptions and counting, it's the #1 prescribed sglt2 inhibitor that works to lower a1c. invokana® is used along with diet and exercise to significantly lower blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes.
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♪ i can't get no satisfaction >> the rolling stones tonight will bring their music to cuba for the first time. organizers say the group's live performance could draw more than a million people to the streets of havana. the band arrived thursday in the cuban capital. anthony mason shows us how the stones are carrying on a tradition of musical diplomacy. >> reporter: good morning. the performance is billed as the first open air concert in cuba by a british rock band.
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not too long ago, rock 'n' roll was considered subversive and decadent by the castro regime so this marks a milestone. after more than five decades of touring, the rolling stones will finally play in cuba. [ speaking in foreign language ] >> reporter: the legendary band caps off a historic month for the island nation. one that saw its first visit by a sitting american president in almost a century. ♪ >> reporter: and its first electronic dance music concert ever. ♪ >> reporter: diplo got more than 500,000 people dancing in the streets of havana. he told charlie rose why he brought his music to cuba. >> that is the most important thing we can can do in measuame
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is bridge the gap. >> reporter: nicholas cole at usc says music breaks barriers. >> you have a moment that is, in some ways, unexpected and spectacular that is about energy and emotion and shows how people are coming together. and that is the magic of these public events. >> reporter: in 1984, wham took its freedom tour to china, bringing pop music for the first time to the middle kingdom. ♪ nobody tell me >> reporter: in 1979, elton john pierced the iron curtain with concerts in moscow. ♪ i hope you don't mind >> reporter: and some say billy joel helped pave the waive in communism when he appeared in
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moscow. the communist country once banned music by the beatles. only changing its tune in 2000 when fidel castro unveiled this statue of john lennon. and now rock royalty is set to thrill fans in the heart of havana. [ speaking in foreign language ] ♪ >> i love hearing mick jagger speak spanish! the concert is free on a first come, first served basis. it was supposed to take place this past sunday but the band pushed it back because of president obama's visit. now if a million people do attend, that would mean 1 out of every 11 cubans on the island would be there. given what you saw with diplo, charlie, you can expect that kind of turnout. >> absolutely. >> are you heading to the airport now? that is so up your alley! >> i wish i was.
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>> why is nobody streaming this? and bring it to everybody. >> an exciting moment. >> great idea. >> tell somebody, charlie! >> cbsn? >> where are you? >> right. presidential politics meets march madness. our own charlie rose makes a halftime appearance at the ncaa tournament. he knows a lot about basketball. >> i heard he was good. i heard he was very good. >> he is always good. always good.
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>> good morning, i'm erika von tiehl. we want to check in with katie for our forecast, and the important easter egg forecast. >> indeed, any egg hunts looking pretty fantastic right now in terms. weather forecast for you, but right now it is awfully dreary outside, depending on location. take a look outside at beach patrol headquarters camera shot. it is actually not necessarily >> raining everywhere, but skies are churning up. looking at the area radar, see how things are starting to get little dicey out toward some of the shore towns, in terms of just light showers, that might lead to you have to flick the windshield wipers couple of times, also line of showers and very likely thunderstorms will pop up here through central pa coming our way, but we should still hit
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seven open degrees, now, by late tonight really then tomorrow, sun comes back, just little cooler out there. >> rain or sunshine, good morning, everyone, happy friday, tgif to you. this is where we had disable vehicle, since cleared, this is the schuylkill westbound at the boulevard looking goody love this shot. but the one i love most today on this friday, is look how slow this all looks. ben franklin bridge, for those of you coming westbound, also looking very quiet. just beautiful shot of the downtown center city area. delaware county 95 north, 452, look how quiet this looks, headed out on the roadways you're in great company. back to you. >> thanks so. your next update 8:25, coming up on cbs this morning, how wall street executives feel about a done al trump
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♪ it is friday. actually, good friday. march 25th, 2016. welcome back to "cbs this morning." there is more real news ahead including the latest on the search for the suspects convected to the brussels bombing. plus, a survivor shares his story of escaping another terror attack. first, here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. police and security agencies have admitted to shortcomings in intelligence and intelligence sharing have promised to fix them. local media are reporting that kriket lived in a suburb home to many of the terrorist attackers. >> here in the united states, armed guards are a must. >> if convicted of murder, all of the nine, including the young people who are still in high school, will automatically serve
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a life sentence. the performance is billed as the first open-air concert in cuba by a british rock band. >> this all started earlier this week with a racy photo of melania trump that was posted by an anti-trump super pac. >> how does retweeting those pictures help his cause among women? >> i don't know. there was always a sense of mad genius around trump but this eludes me. >> i know it's been said. this election, people attacking each other's wives and bragging about themselves. remember when john kerry's campaign ended when people saw a picture of him wind surfing? it was a simpler time. i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. the state department this morning says two americans were killed in the deadly terror attacks in brussels. they have not been identified. separately, cbs news has learned brother and sister alexander and
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sascha pinczowski died in the blast. they lived in brussels and been missing since tuesday. six people detained last night in links to tuesday's bombings in belgium. a huge manhunt for at least two attackers. cbs news has learned that abdell hamid abaaoud is a person of interest to the belgian authorities. they wonder if he is the guy in the white jacket and black hat seen at the airport. belgian police are looking for a second attacker at the subway station and do not know if he was killed in the blast religion this shows three people pushing luggage and the man in the middle is ibrahim bakraoui, the brother of the subway attacker. belgian authorities indicate that khalid bakraoui rented an apartment of abdeslam. the man on the left is an
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apparent attacker and his dna was found on explosives found in paris. some are still trying to figure out the status of their loved ones today and others are being reunited. mason wells and his parents, he was with three other mormon missionaries when the bombs exploded at brussels airport. he spoke with cbs news this morning. >> i actually never lost consciousness with the bomb. i was looking down at my ipad when the first blast went off. the blast was very loud. i think it picked my body off the ground and left side of my body got really hot and really cold quickly. i think the maybe that startled me the most and surreal is the blast went off and when it went off i saw fire in front of my face on the ground. >> boy. mason's parents say it's an eerie coincide their son was also at the finish line of the boston marathon three years ago when the bombs went off. you hear the stories about people injured and when you see them and all bandaged up like
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that you realize how lucky he is to be alive. >> you hear of the dozens still in the intensive care in the brussels hospital. we will learn about the extent of their injuries in the coming days. >> you have to think of the number killed and appreciate of how many are injured and think of the projectile that come out of those bombs. turning to the presidential race. a new article in "vanity fair" describes a gathering of influential wall street bankers gathering to talk about the election. william d. cohen writes the media focus was on the growing possibility that donald trump could be the republican nominee and perhaps president. he notes the group is late to the realization. cohen writes how could wall street which often accurately foresees everything from the price of a barrel of oil to at price of a share of google have missed this? we should note that cbs news contributor frank luntz was a guest speaker at this event. good morning. >> good morning, charlie. >> what is the point here about
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the bankers' concerns about trump? >> well, i think, finally, they are coming to the realization, despite their best efforts during the first primaries, to find someone else to be their person but it is really going to be donald trump as the republican nominee and he might win the election in november. i think that is making them very nervous. >> supposed trump versus clinton. are they more likely to support clinton? >> yes. number one, because the rank in file on wall street, most people think everybody on wall street is a rich republican but the rank in file on wall street is democratic and the republicans on wall street who lean republican and often do don't like trump one bit. that probably helps trump that wall street doesn't like him but they don't like him one bit. >> who is the group of wall street executives you're talking about, just to clarify? >> a bunch of senior people on wall street. a couple of them, i mentioned in the article. anthony who is a hedge fund manager and robert wolf used to be head of american securities
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in america and has 32 advisers -- >> an obama supporter? >> a very close friend of obama and other friends of obama and high level of people who support hillary clinton. but, of course, no one who supports donald trump, because i don't think there are very many. there is carl icahn we know a big hedge fund manager who is supposedly donald's treasury secretary. >> you paint a very interesting picture in this article. with any process, the first step is always acceptance. it gets to the point it sounds like in this article finally these guys have to accept. one guy said i'm running out of holidays because i thought this was surely going to end. >> anthony scaremoochie said i thought he would be gone by labor day and i thought he would be gone by thanksgiving and thought he would be gone by christmas and i'm running out of holidays. somebody help me here. >> you thought rich guys would support other rich guys. in the public eye you think donald trump -- >> he has never been one of them. >> charlie, that is right. he has never been one of them.
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he lost wall street a lot of money in his bankruptcies and in the casinos. not him personally as he points out but four of his casino reason related companies going into bankruptcy. they don't like that and have long memories. he is not their kind of guy. again, that probably helps him out in the real world but on wall street, they don't like him and they don't want to do business with him and they don't want to support him for president. >> what are they going to do? >> what they are going to do is try to elect hillary clinton, okay? and if that doesn't work -- >> do they like her? >> well, i think some really do like her. others don't like her because she find her as, as frank luntz said, to be a flawed candidate and self-inflicted wounds. i think what anthony said interesting to me if, in fact, he does get elected, if trump does win, which is one of the
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messages that frank luntz had, that the wall street needs to sort of surround trump to help him have a successful presidency because in the end of the day, this is still our country and we want the country to succeed. >> i assume their candidate would have been? >> anybody but trump. >> i assume it would have been bush. >> yes. well, anthony scaremoochie first backed governor walker and that didn't work out and he turned to governor bush and that didn't work out. i think bush is clearly the wall street fixture and they poured a lot of money into his caucus. >> how could they be so smart about money and not smart about politics? >> i think in 2002 they weren't that smart about money. >> how come a bill na billionai gets the support of so many working class americans? >> i don't know why. i don't know how they think that trump who lives in a tower on
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fifth avenue -- >> it's a good friend i'm not friends with wall street. i'm not beholden to wall street. i'm my own man. >> as you point you correctly that is one of his great strengths but why they think this man who lives in a tower surrounded by pink marble. >> it's not pink. it's cream colored. >> to me, it's pink. >> very nice, his place. thank you, bill cohen. >> how do you feel, bill? >> i'm just a reporter. >> thanks a lot, bill cohen. ben affleck returns to studio 57 but this time he is batman. he shares his take on the political divide in the country. he has a take too. plus, his new role as batman.
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a new chapter in the nation's gun debate. up next, fairy tales in our a-style. we talk with the woman at the center of a new controversy. you're watching "cbs this morning." ♪
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a new twist on some classic fairy tales this morning kurt of the national rifle association. on the nra family website they are sharing endings to hansel and gretel and with firearms as the hero. ben tracy has more. >> once upon a time a brother and a sister called hansel and gretel. >> reporter: we all know that story. but what if hansel and gretel were packing heat when they met the witch? or if little red riding hood was accessorized with a rifle. >> hello. >> reporter: those stories app on the nra family website, where in the revised red riding tale, the big bad wolf meets an even bigger, bader granny. he realizes that grandfather had been -- grandmother had been
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backing away from her and protecting herself and her home. gretel readied her rifle and fired. the stories were written by conservative blogger and authorer amelia hamilton. what do you want kids to take away from reading these stories? >> the stories are also for adults and it's all about safety and for parents, you start those conversations. >> reporter: according to the gun control group, everytownusa, last year 278 children under the age of 18 picked up a firearm and unintentionally shot themselves or someone else. critics say the nra's firearm fairy tales are all about the nra living happily ever after. >> this to them is about selling guns, ultimately. if they can reach out to young children and develop customers for the future, you know, they are content to do that. >> reporter: are you surprised by some of the criticism in terms of this being a way to kind of use kids to further an agenda on guns?
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>> i'm surprised by the fact that it seemed like a lot of people didn't read them before criticizing. >> reporter: it's true that nobody actually gets shot in the stories. the villains are simply scared by the show of force. one can only assume cinderella's stepmom would have backed off had that glass slipper been a glock. the cars of tomorrow reorganize on the scene this morning from dashboard to big carmaker changing its focus. we will show you the road ahead at the new york auto show. that is next on "cbs this morning." ♪ fasbehind the counter with claritin-d. [ upbeat music ] strut past that aisle for the allergy relief that starts working in as little as 30 minutes and contains the best oral decongestant. live claritin clear, with claritin-d.
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♪ the mazda mx 5 is the world car of the year entering into the international auto show starting this morning. it beat out audi and mercedes yesterday. kris van cleave shows us how sports car are not the most trend this year. he is at the auto show here in new york. ♪ ♪ so hot in here so hot in here ♪
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>> reporter: to make headlines at the auto show on the world's biggest stage, you need the world's biggest stars. matthew mcconaughey kicked off the auto show with a flashy debut of the eye catching lincoln navigator concept. like so many of the cars here, it boasts lots of screen and integrated technology. >> the vehicle, automotive that is the ultimate mobile device. if a consumer wants to bring their phone into their vehicle and use and access their phone with the same interface we want to offer that for them. >> reporter: ford is positioning itself not only as a carmaker but a tech company. >> ford pass gives me a smarter way to move. >> reporter: it's new app ford pass is a bit itunes. when you started at ford, did you envision a day where we would be talking about how ford would move into the hand-held digital landscape? >> when i first joined ford, we were a manufacturing company. we are now a manufacturing and a technology company and as we go
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forward as our vehicles become part of the internet of things, we will also be an information company. >> reporter: an information abound on the tablet-sized displays inside new vehicles from entry level to high-end luxury. cnet's tim stevens. can you successfully launch a car that doesn't integrate with a phone and all of that technology we carry with us? >> it's hard to imagine a modern car having any kind of success to be able to talk to our mobile device because they are a huge and important part of our life. >> reporter: a researcher for the aaa safety foundation insists with all of the tech and cars comes distractions. studies show a driver's eyes leave the road five seconds to send a text message and at highway speeds you'd cover a football field by the time you hit send. >> the temptation to think it's in the car is safe to use it and that isn't so. i think we need to really tread carefully when we introduce new technologies into the vehicles
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because that might compromise safety on the roadway. >> reporter: smarter cars can mean smarter safety. this month 20 automakers to make automatic braking standard in vehicles by 2022. >> the automatic braking and lane departure alert and automatic high beams, that is going to allow some safety to be built around some of this technology that will just help and enable the consumer to drive more safely. >> reporter: for "cbs this morning," kris van cleave, new york. >> i like to see the safety are among the top advances that are being made in the cars, you know? >> yeah. and the interesting thing about it is when the ceo of ford says we are no longer a manufacturing company, we are a technology company. >> i do worry about the distraction. i love the bells and whiffs in a car but i do worry a little bit about adding more distracting things. >> our honda minivan is a 2008 and it is shot. >> what are you going to get? >> i need a new family car. we will see. ben affleck shows us
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♪ welcome back to "cbs this morning." this half hour, batman swoops into studio 57. a look at ben affleck in our toyota green room. he talks about batman and his wish for jennifer garner. they have announced their divorce but i'm hoping it doesn't happen. what it takes for him to share the big screen with matt damon. >> a deaf woman apologize a wonderful breakthrough. she hears her first words in years and her boyfriend makes sure she will never be forgotten. >> i have a feeling i know what this is about. oh, wow. time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. new york's daily news reports on a flight attendant who could face at least ten years in prison for ditching 70
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pounds of cocaine at a l.a.x. marsha reynolds app in court yesterday in brooklyn. she fled to new york last friday. authorities say reynolds may not have been aware what is in the bag. >> so she just took off running? >> i think she took her gucci shoes and started running. "the washington post" reports on a yoga in the classroom, students at bullard elementary practiced yoga to destress but some parents complained that is intoers endorsed the far east religion. they say they will no longer put their hands by their hearts. ft. worth telegram reports that some homeowners upset because their house was torn down by mistake. the duplex was in a dallas suburb where a tornado hit last
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december. the company had a permit to tear down a house a block away but they went to the wrong address! the wrecking company reportedly said, the situation is not a big deal. >> michael keaton, val kilmer and christian bale have played the batman on the big screen. now ben affleck joins the club. the new movie is called "batman v superman." here is look. >> daily plan. do i own this one? or is that the other guy? >> civil liberties have been trampled on in your city. good people are living in fear. >> don't believe everything you hear. >> i've seen it, mr. wayne. he thinks he is above the law. >> the daily planet criticizing us who think they are above the laws, a little hypocritical.
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concerning every time a cat out of a tree you run an editorial about an alien, dude. if you wanted to, you could burn the whole place there. >> there you go. ben affleck, welcome back to the table. >> it's a pleasure to be here. >> is it impolite for you to remove your shirt and flex? >> not at all. i like that as the start of a conversation. >> we saw that movie! what i think is so great. i do consider this justice. when you announced you were doing batman i remember a tweet that said, no! >> there were some people who showed some unhappiness. >> not everybody was on board. >> not everybody was polite. >> does that make you say i'm dropping the microphone but i know i've got this so i'm knot paying attenti -- not paying attention? >> what we did with the role was a little bit more broken. it definitely gave me more of a resolve to get the character right, to work hard, to do
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justice to all of those great actors you had up there on the screen who have done it before and do the best job i could. >> forbes said benefit affleck is pitch perfect. >> critics have been kind to me but not the movie that will do the film critic circuit award. >> i'm surprised they didn't like you at parts in the movie. i won't give it away but scenes they are beating the crap out of each other. >> based on a frank miller comic that was actually from my childhood where they come to symbolize two different sorts of point of view of looking at the same issue. it's really about -- it's about fear, you know? this character of superman shows up and he is all powerful. what does it mean when we feel helpless and how do we react when we get helpless? it's like in today's world which has become so scary and so unpredictable and what does fear do to us when we get afraid.
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>> and political world seems are looking for some kind of hero to come in and sweep in. >> i think there is that wishful feeling. we would love to have somebody show up and make us feel safe and strong. >> this movie is called "batman v superman." one of the largest applaud lines in the music is when wonderwoman appears. >> that is a high point of the movie. my son loves that i'm batman and this whole thing is so cool and i have two daughters too. i love there is a spectacular female role model. for my son to see a great, strong woman and for my daughters to see that is really important. one of the things i like about this movie is something i can air shair wi share with my kids and a strong presence in the movie. >> i want to go back to what charlie said. a need for a super hero. today we want to pause and reflect and see a different story of america. you're working with starbucks now.
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i love the message of this. it resonates with you too. >> they do. they have great values. i love their message. i have an organization, a small organization that works in conos where 90% used to be robust in terms of growing coffee and the pl perfect place for it. they had a war and 3 million people died and coffee sector was decimated. one of the things we have done it work with community-based organization and work with local farmers to grow coffee. so far we have tripled the income of 25,000 farmers and have sold enough coffee to starbucks now for 11 million cups of coffee. >> there was a point at which you'll stop and they will be self-supporting? >> the markets are now connected with starbucks. in agreement for five years to keep buying more coffee from them. the coffee growers that we have already worked with are on their own and already doing it, so we are just moving on into other
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sectors. >> i'm wondering. i want to talk jennifer for a second. i love you both so very much, as you already know. what is your wish for her? she now begins the next chapter and the wish for you as you begin a new chapter. >> i'm a giant fan of evjennifes too. she has a new movie out. she is a fabulous person and wonderful person and great mother and real talent. what we are doing is life doesn't always turn out exactly the way you want. we are doing our very best and putting our kids first and that is how we are focusing on our day-to-day lives and we don't know what the future is going to hold but each step we take is one where we priori iprioritize children and everything else is second and she is so good at doing that and sets a good example, a lead that i follow. you know, she is somebody that i admire and respect and remain excellent friends with. >> she says the same about you. she does.
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what were your feelings about the "vanity fair" argue? >> not the least bit. the "vanity fair" article is her speaking her mind and speaking how she feels and somebody i know and talk to every day. it was her being who she is being somebody extraordinary and articulate and somebody i respect a great deal. >> i think united kingdom give some advice to the democrats and the republicans on how you really can get along and agree and disagree in a very tense situation. what is your take on the political climate? >> gosh. the political climate? very little i find depressing than the political climate these days. i will say it's so disappointing. when you go around the world and you travel to places that don't have a functioning democracy and there's still so many places like this where people are sacrificing and striving and struggling just to have freedom of speech, just to be able to vote. you see what we seem to be squandering in this election
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year. >> would you and matt ever act together on film? >> we would love to act together. it's trying to get our schedules straight. i just had dinner with him in london. he is finishing up the jason bourne movie and looks to be spectacular. that will be out in july, i believe. >> do you ever feel in competition with him? >> ever since we were kid, we have been auditioning for stuff together and gone out for the same parts. i've always felt like, you know, it's not a zero sum game. room for everybody. if you're good and it's meant to be, it's meant to be and there is enough parts. if i don't get a part i certainly would rather matt or my brother or another friend or somebody i don't know to get it. >> coffee is sensational. continued success. >> starbucks and roastries and flagship stores and get your congo coffee. >> we enjoy it very much. we forget to mention charlie rose is in the movie!
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>> star of the movie here! >> how can you be on the same big screen with charlie rose? >> he almost blew me off the screen! >> i know! >> he was flawless. >> he was. >> he's in the previews and in the trailer! you have need. >> he is a super hero here. >> i believe it. i believe it. >> thank you, ben. >> thank you very much. batman v superman is in theaters now. >> you should see what charlie wears underneath his shirt! ♪ it's getting hot in here >> norah knows. she gets her hearing back and
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even bigger surprise! >> can you hear me? >> yes. it sounds funny! >> yeah? >> yeah. >> well, i've wanted to make one of the first things you hear, because i love you so much and you're my best friend, baby. i wanted to ask you to marry me. >> yes! >> she said yes! no word yet on a wedding date. get your tissues! so nice. >> oh, boy. >> that is what he wanted her to hear for the first time. i love that. go kevin! >> a moment of joy from our "cbs this morning" family. >> all right, all
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our own dr. tara narula. she and her husband david have welcomed their daughter layla into the world. she came in at 7 pounds and 21.5 inches long. her other daughter is there too. welcome to the "cbs this morning" family. remember? she was here on the 16th and had the baby on the 18th. you said how long can you work before you have to stay home and have a baby? she did it last friday. congratulations. they are all good. >> beautiful. congratulations. >> be sure to tune into the "cbs evening news" tonight. i will filling in for scott. watch our 24/7 network cbsn. as believe you we take a look back of the week and wish you a happy easter. everything is black. >> nothing can describe it. >> military officer speaking off camera put it these bastards
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knew what they were doing. >> two bombings hit brussels international airport. >> another bomb went off after that a very busy subway attack. two americans are believed to be dead in the attacks. >> i was thinking i got to make it. i got to make it. i got to make it. >> any news of arrest for the people here comes one day too late. >> there is new information that would suggest the bombings here in brussels are closely linked to the attacks in paris in november. >> if we don't degrade isis in iraq and syria and around the world, we will face an attack like this someday here. >> president obama has been briefed on the brussels attacks on his final day of his visit to the cuba. >> this speech was supposed to be an address to the cuban people but now the world is watching. >> our thoughts and prayers are with the people of belgium and
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we stand in solidarity to them. >> president obama is defending his decision to continue his trip to cuba. >> brussels tragedy was seized upon by candidates. >> if i were president i would have cut short my visit and i would have flown home. >> how many muslims are in america? >> i don't know the number foof the top of my head. >> you're saying law enforcement should -- muslims and you're not sure how many are in the world? >> damn! norah o'donnell just declared against muslims. >> gentlemen, i'm sorry to interrupt but i'm giving the cbs audience a tour of the broadcast center. this is the boss. >> rich men may be changing their taste in women. listen up, gayle. >> where are these rich men you speak of? where does one sign? >> three top qualities of a man
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you want. >> i definitely don't want a bear but you want somebody to make you laugh and employment would be good and i'd like them to have their teeth too! >> i have a job. >> american and cuban business leader push to build economic ties. >> we know when chris picks a show there, we will have a place to stay. >> that's right. >> charlie rose is in a video of the movie. >> star of the movie! >> i didn't see him or he would have blown me off the face of the earth. >> a 12-year-old girl is punished for pinching a boy's butt at school. if i pinched your butt, would you punish me? >> the question is would you pinch my butt? >> i waited all day. nothing happened. >> there is still time! >> they got their hands full. >> there is still time! the news is back in the morning! >> how lucky am i? see you at 7:00. ♪
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good morning, i'm erika von tiehl. villanova wildcats headed to elite eight over the miami hurricanes. nova played great game, and out lasted the tough hurricanes in their sweet 16 game in louisville last night. that means the wildcats will play the overall number one seed the very tough kansas j hawks tomorrow night. that game will be on cbs-3. and there are more games tonight, too. at 7:00 iowa state takes on virginia at 9:00, who gonzaga against syracuse, great night of madness on cbs-3. >> bundled up before you go out to watch the game? >> we'll start to see cooler air nudge in here for sure, but still very mild, at least at the onset right now, we do have some weather currently tracking across portions of the delaware valley, very
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light showers. >> misty, steady line moving east crossing through philadelphia, brink withing it brief line of light rain. marginal risk in other words, very, very low cents being. >> pop up within that line, but his is your cold front crossing through, once it get out of here later today skies start to clear west to east. should still have the wherewithall to warm up to 7 degrees before the front crosses through, and colder air catches up to us, and here's where you do want to think about the jacket, walking out the door tomorrow little chilly the sun returns and the weekends overall looks good. >> absolutely does there is holiday weekends, it will be gorgeous, and katie i'm going for little jog later on, yes, i am blue route southbound route 30 looking good, very quiet. just been looking quiet all morning long, a lot of you are skipping out off work today. i don't blame you, 95 south at cottman, same story coming
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around the s curve. typically we would not be traveling at posted speeds still, certainly are, look at this, basically all 50's, other than the blue route moving in the northbound direction, over to you. >> thanks so much, meisha a that's "eyewitness news" for now. on "eyewitness news" at noon, local bill brother contestant test us how you could be the ne
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>> announcer: a horrifying mdical crime she should have never survived. >> she flatlined. >> then i died again, for the third time, i died for over 48 hours. >> announcer: how the doctors are helping her get her life back. >> i would completely lose it. >> announcer: why a 6-year-old was sent home from school. wearing only underwear. >> three hidden conditions to look out for this fall on the doctors! ♪ [ applause ] ♪ >> suffering from a violent crime at the hands of a stranger is tragic, but when the perpetrator is someone you love, the pain is horrific. for our first guest, ie


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