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"the insider," tracking the biggest stories making news today. >> i beat my kids regularly and it seems to do the trick. >> number one, brad pitt reportedly battling a claim of child abuse. >> hit me, come on. >> who was allegedly the target opinion and is there now an investigation. >> the alleged incident occurred on september 14 th on a private plane. >> then inside jolie's powerhouse legal mastermind. >> i'm a lawyer. >> three reasons why one of hollywood's most famous divorce attorneys is stepping up. >> things in there that isn't anybody else's business. >> and number three, michael strahan revisits the "live" feud? >> i've been there long enough to understand how she reacts to things.
>> what he's now saying about leaving kelly's side. >> plus, your insider bonus. >> i'm fortunate to have lots of models and celebrities. >> our insider style guide breaks it down. >> i love snap chat. >> now "the insider" tracking hollywood from the inside out. >> why she left. brad and angie split continued to dominate the headlines. and generate even more questions. >> especially today. we're tracking the disturbing new twist at number one. brad under investigation for child abuse? >> i beat my kids regularly. and it seems to do the trick. >> probably wishing he could take back that off-color joke from 2011. today reports surface he's under investigation or allegedly physically and verbally abusive with his child. >> the alleged incident occurred on september 14th on a private plane that brad, angelina -- we
believe all of their children and probably several other people were traveling on back to los angeles. the complaint allegedly says that brad had had some form of physical contact with at least one of his children. it's not clear which child. it's not clear what that physical contact entails. but certainly verbal abuse is being alleged quite clearly. >> according to "people," it was an anonymous caller who made the report and pitt had been drinking at the time. >> the investigation remains open with dcfs who will not comment on it. sources close to brad and angie do confirm that the investigation is ongoing with them, and that brad is cooperating fully. >> while there's been no official comment from brad and angelina's reps, a source close to pitt tells people, he's not taking the investigation lightly. >> he's taking this very seriously. he will do whatever is asked of him, and he continues to feel
it's very unfortunate that negative information about him, about his family, about his children continues to be put out there. >> come on, come on. here it is. come on, son. left. >> what are you doing? >> pitt has played both an abusive father in "tree of life" and alcoholic with his now ex angelina in "by the sea." >> i look back at all the things my wife and i have gone through, it's much more enticing than the newness of the relationship. >> and now the co-star of brad's next film is fully denying page 6's tabloid gossip that their film affair was taken off-screen contributing to the split. >> i love you with all my heart. >> she confirmed she and her long time boyfriend are expecting their second child. adding, he is my love, my best friend, the only one that i need.
i do very much wish that angelina and brad both whom i deeply respect will find peace in this very tumultuous moment. well, should their split get even uglier, joely is even prepared. three reasons angelina hired hollywood's all star attorney. >> my initials are l.a.w. >> the number one reason laura wasser is the go-to attorney for hollywood elites in marital problems is her roster of a-listers. partners with father dennis and she has repped everyone from britney spears, kim kardashian and jennifer garner. >> take to 72 million instead of 79. >> she reportedly charges $850 an hour and helped it johnny dep
figure it out and guided angelina from divorce from billy bob thornton. >> things in there that isn't anybody else's business. >> single mother of two wins at any cost. telling "vanity fair" i try not to put personal feelings in it. my job is to do what is necessary. >> payment plan for $42 million. >> and the third reason, she crushes for her clients. she said, i know i have a reputation for being a pit bull, but i'm really results oriented. let's go and let's crush. >> i'm always baffled when they come in and say, what do you mean? i did a movie two days after we got married i got $20 million, that's not half hers, is it? >> yeah. >> moving on to the number three story we're tracking. michael strahan reignites his live feud with kelly ripa.
>> i revealed the news to her. i didn't have to do it. i told the bosses who made this decision to do it themselves. no, i felt it was my obligation. >> it seems like a simple warm hearted story, it's the comment inside about his relationship with kelly ripa, and this on camera interview that's bringing back the daytime drama. >> i've been there four years, i've been there long enough to understand how she reacts to things. >> it started a much greater conversation. most importantly, respect. >> michael was disappointed being labelled the bad guy. that angered kelly, because she claimed she wasn't informed before the public. >> and it was no abandonment, the news was delivered months before i was supposed to leave. in no way shape or form was it any of the things i read. and i'm not that guy that has a plan. i have a family, i have kids. i honor them by being honorable
in everything i do. >> welcome, everybody, welcome to -- >> that was frightening. >> meanwhile, as kelly co-host search continues. last night on the tonight show, she gave jimmy fallon his own shot. >> i like jimmy and kelly. j & k. >> like j, k. >> jimmy fallon would be amazing as co-host of live. right? moving on now to the big "empire" season premiere last night. >> i totally called it. it's just like who shot j.r., buddy. >> which lioness is back to rule the pride? boo boo kitty or rhonda. it's all in in tonight ace inside take. >> where's andre. >> rut-roh.
how could they kill off rhonda? did not see this coming. are you happy your character is dead? >> no, no, i think it was just a thing that happened. in that moment, that's not what i wanted, how i wanted it to happen. >> boo boo kitty is straight up gangster. she kaled andre's baby, rhonda. should she be worried about her character making it to next season? >> when has justice ever been served with the murders that happen on "empire"? melissa mccarthy is the ma dia of white people. >> love melissa, she's always down to make fun of herself. people are bringing the heat on jimmy kimmel's mean squeeze. >> looks like jim carrey impersonating matthew mcconaughey. >> well, now that you mention it. >> all right, all right, all righty then. ♪ >> is it or hair.
the weekend generating big bud for cutting off his signature dreads and removing any traces of them on his instagram page. all this for his new album "star boy" coming out soon. >> to play a major league catcher was a dream come true. >> we're getting pitch perfect details about mark paul gosselar's new show. >> this is the movement of girl power. >> i love it. >> it's a job where you're going to be having sex with people. >> inside the world of legal prostitution. lisa ling goes inside the world famous bunny ranch. >> this is life. this is real life. >> and -- >> i'm about to scare the heck out of mom. >> who's the pint sized prankster pulling a fast one on his pop star parents?
i'm about to scare the heck out of mom. we stole her phone. [ screaming ] >> i love that. i did the same thing to my mom all the time growing up. >> so mean. >> britney spears is burned by her son. >> we've got even more scary pics and i do mean scary in "top shots." this is not a hair ad for mullets, it's just a throw back of john stamos and his fuller house co-star dave kuehl yeah. remember the days when we would let just anyone cut our hair? love you. >> that is awesome. >> drew barrymore, just landed in seoul, korea, run to the store on a one hour drive from the airport, you grab caviar. >> and who needs football when
you have gisselle. holding on to wife who posted a shot before their big apple date night. moving on to mark paul gosselar, he's back in 3r50i78 time in the baseball series "pitch." >> check out this promo of how the kids reacted to seeing it for the first time. >> there you have it, for the first time in history, a woman has taken the mound in a major league baseball game. >> did she throw a screw ball? >> she's good. >> i love this. >> kelly joining us now. i need this to be more than a hollywood dream. >> it's choice. we're getting there. >> i spoke to the all-star casts, including mark paul, who revealed to me how he's finally living out the real life fantasy. >> why was this the script that caught your eye? >> to play a cop, to play a doctor, to play a lawyer, that's all cool. to play a major league catcher, it's like a dream come true.
>> you do this for you, for your team or you don't do it at all. >> that's mark paul gosselar from saved by the bell. >> what's going on with your beard. >> this is for the show, guys. >> can i get in there? you look different. >> soft. >> introducing kylie bonberry. >> a woman is joining our ball club today, boys. >> the thing i love about this character, she's not a superhero, she's a regular girl who has a dreamp p. >> the show's girl power theme is incredibly popular for the show's co-hosts mark consuelos and kelly ripa. >> the 15-year-olds of the world, what are they into right now? >> i'm blown away by what they know and what they do. i found out her fake accounts. >> i did instagram a photo of our family.
she came out and she's like, oh, my god, you can't do that, you have to ask me first. >> hollywood parents deal with the same thing as regular parents. >> you're a parent. have you a right to investigate the phone. >> thanks, kelly. i'd rather do this than be stocking shelves at walmart. insider after dark with lisa ling. her world famous bunny ranch visit that's exposing real life secrets. >> what their lives are like in this world of legal prostitution. inside the world of hollywood glam squad about. >> from kim k.-west to jessica simpson's secret style weapons. >> i changed my life. >> that's all coming up next.
are you a pimp? >> i'm not, i have a license to do what i do in nevada. >> this business is a dirty disgusting business until you legalize it. >> last november i sat down with the owner of the world-famous bunny ranch dennis hof who took me inside the private world of his establishment. >> compelling story. >> really was. >> and in the new season of "this is life" with lisa ling, zeros in on brothels in the 21st century. >> our episode is about the people and women and what their lives are like working in world
of legal prostitution. >> it's a job where you're having sex with people. >> rather do this than stocking shelves at walmart. >> what i love about my work is i take people and worlds that you probably have a strong opinion about and really get to know the people involved. >> lisa was particularly intrigued by the women she met at the bunny ranch, a legal brothel in nevada, like london a young mom who travels many miles to work there. >> how are you feeling about everything? >> there's a little bit of nerves just like any new job. but i feel like i'm not hiding or doing something bad or illegal, because i'm here at the ranch. >> no matter what you want to
say about any of the women there, they're doing what they're doing to support their families. bottom line. >> from moms to college students paying off loans. on my visit to the ranch i met with all sorts of girls, some making ends meet and others averaging six figure salaries. >> my book here was $22,999 and 99 cents. >> that was last night? >> yes. this is part of my tip. $400. i get half of that. >> lisa is shining a light on these women on her show which kicks off this sunday on cnn. >> my hope is people will watch the episodes with open mind and see no story is black and white. >> this is life. real life. >> she's so right. life is so often shades of gray rather than black and white. this story in particular is fascinating.
>> i'm surprised how honest they were. >> they were. let's switchgears to hollywood's not so secret weapons in the beauty game. >> excelcy joining us again now, listen, they are becoming celebrities themselves. >> they certainly are, you guys. the stars constantly giving them big love on social media. tonight, breaking down the top three go to squad leaders. >> i love showing a break down on snap chat, a how to of what i do with my clients. >> so many amazing looks today. >> jen is one of the smartest glam squat members working today, she uses each platform in a smart way. >> our beauty insider on the kardashian's glam squad go to. >> you see a great selfie with her and kim kardashian. you go on her snap shat, she gives you a full tutorial how she created that look that day.
>> social has changed my business, it's changed my life. >> should i take over jen's snap chat? >> nobody would know about her if it wasn't for social media. >> it's your version of the she club. >> she's a model of what you look at as -- what it means to be a modern day celebrity expert. >> and she's not alone. >> i'm on my way to the press conference. >> the thing is, a lot of hair and make-up artists are celebrity's good friends. >> hair guru eva longoria, victoria beckham and jessica simpson have made him famous by association. >> clients are looking for hair and make-up artists that have a big following, and it also makes them a celebrity in their own right. >> i'm fortunate to have lots of support from models and celebrities. >> and amal clooney's long list of celebrity clientele, including jennifer aniston, nicole kidman has boosted her net worth to a whopping $1.5
million. >> they are using social media as a tool to grow their own personal brand. >> one more glam squad we have to mention, it's being reported that little baby northwest has a $5,000 a week glam squad to get her ready to be photographed by the paparazzi. >> i have now officially heard everything. thank you kelsey. >> coming up, james gordon's loss, bridgette jones' baby >> coming up, james gordon's loss, bif you have medicare parts a and b and want more coverage, guess what? you could apply for a medicare supplement insurance plan whenever you want. no enrollment window. no waiting to apply. that means now may be a great time to shop for an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. medicare doesn't cover everything. and like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, these help cover some of what medicare doesn't pay. so don't wait. call now to request your free decision guide. it could help you find the aarp medicare supplement plan
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bars we mentioned a moment ago on the "sao jose" manifest, the ballast for the ship. >> so you actually were excavating the sand on the sea bottom. >> that's correct. >> reporter: this stuff was under the sand. >> under the sand. >> reporter: you're in how much water? >> five meters of water. >> reporter: about 15, 20 feet of water. >> that's correct. >> reporter: and then these are two feet under the sand below that. >> that's right. >> reporter: turns out shallow water only makes the work harder. surf tosses the divers, and sand vacuumed away settles back within hours. but after more than 300 dives this is what they've recovered so far. >> this is the little nails that -- >> reporter: these are nails that pinned sheets of copper over the hull for protection. >> as you can see -- >> reporter: what looks like a lump of concrete is marine growth on a wooden pulley block, similar to this one used to hoist sails and cargo.
this x-ray shows the two white spaces where rope was threaded around the wheel. the divers discovered wood that a lab would later trace back to mozambique. and this may be the most revealing artifact of all. masked by two centuries under the sea, x-rays show a shackle, similar to this, used to bind slaves. >> you can see the full report on our website, cbsnews.com. the "overnight news" will be right back. i'll take it from here. i'm good.
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a new report shows that millions of americans are robbing themselves every time they pull up at the gas pump. kris van cleave has that story. >> reporter: gas remains nearly ten cents cheaper than this time last year, but aaa says americans are basically throwing money away by doing what edna bangann just did. >> it just required unleaded. but i'm prepared to use plus to keep the engine good. >> reporter: richard ulrich prefers regular but he too hears the siren song of higher grade gas. >> i think the octane level, yeah. i think so. it makes it run better. i think the engine probably runs cleaner with a higher octane. >> i think it's easy to believe that something that says premium sounds like a treat. >> reporter: aaa's john nielsen. >> but the truth is if your car is designed to run on regular gasoline using the premium fuel or 93 octane isn't going to make it run better, get better fuel
economy or have lower emissions. >> reporter: aaa looked at cars with v-6, v-8 and 4-cylinder engines and found no benefit to using a higher level of gas than what was called for by the manufacturer. aaa estimates 16.5 million drivers misfueled their cars by upping the octane unnecessarily last year, costing them an extra $2.1 billion. only about 16% of vehicles on the road require premium gas. they are typically high-performance or luxury cars. another 10% run best on mid-grade. while 7 in 10 cars on the road only need regular. >> consumers if they stick with what the owner's manual recommends, they're going to be fine and save some money while they're at it. >> reporter: now, if you're just devoted to your premium gasoline, it's not going to hurt your car. it's not going to hurt your performance. you're just not going to see a whole lot of benefit out of it for most drivers. now, we talked to the american petroleum institute. they represent the gasoline industry. they agree, most vehicles run just fine on regular 87. >> the "cbs overnight news" will be right back.
more and more people are getting tattoos. by 2020 it's expected to be a billion-dollar a year industry. but how safe is the ink that's going under your skin? anna werner has a look. >> reporter: san francisco hairstylist jar samuel loves his salvador dali-inspired tattoos. >> i like the art of it, the expression of the art. >> reporter: but when it comes to what's going under his skin -- >> sort of an out of sight out of mind. >> reporter: you don't really spend too much time thinking about it? >> i mean, i want them either way. so i guess i haven't really given it too much thought. >> reporter: many tattoo fans don't. unless they get a reaction like this. some people have reported sensitivity, allergic reactions and infections. >> my foot just kept getting bigger and bigger and bigger. >> reporter: sarah lindhorst, the sister of a cbs news
employee, says this tattoo she got in 2013 quickly became infected and sent her to the emergency room. >> they told me it was a pretty bad infection and put me on antibiotics and some crutches, and i was on crutches for a few weeks until it healed. >> reporter: at this new york city tattoo parlor the owner, who goes by the name bang bang, says he takes careful precautions, which include rubber gloves -- >> lots of glove changing in this job. >> reporter: and sterilized instruments. >> the dangers in tattoo shops are the things you don't see. that's why it's tough. it's microbacteria and diseases and germs that we have to clean and sterilize and we need to give extreme care to the preparation. >> reporter: but it's not just the tattoo shops. then there's the ink. san diego dermatologist arisa ortiz studied the issue. >> what's concerning about tattoo inks is we really don't know what's going into these tattoo inks.
>> reporter: in fact, the fda notes many pigments in inks are industrial-grade colors used for printer's ink or automobile paint. ortiz says some contain heavy metals like cobalt or cadmium. >> and it can cause many different types of problems like just allergic skin rashes or inflammatory reactions or even types of skin cancer. when you go in to get a tattoo it's important you're aware of that and don't think it's just harmless paint going into your skin. >> reporter: the fda reports seven voluntary recalls of tattoo ink since 2004, one that came after 19 people contracted a serious infection from contaminated ink. this owner says he trusts his ink suppliers but agrees, inks nationwide deserve more scrutiny. >> i think that in the future they do need to really test what's inside of them. captioning funded by cbs
it's friday, september 23rd, 2016. this is the ""cbs morning news."" >> with the national guard looking on, a third night of protests in charlotte turned peaceful overnight after the mayor imposed but never enforced a midnight curfew. this as family members of scott watched video of the moment the man was killed by police calling for its public release. breaking overnight, a tulsa officer has turned herself in after being charged with manslaughter in the killing of an unarmed black man. and it's the biggest