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captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, january, 25th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." breaking overnight, a suicide bomber barrels into a moelgg de-shann motel setting off a string of explosions. it's day six of the trump administration, and today we'll hear more about the president's plan for national security. judging from his tweets last night, we know a wall along the mexican border will be a key topic. >> he believes what he believes on the information he's provided. >> white house press secretary sean spicer doubles down on the
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insist stance that donald trump only won. >> i would urge the president to knock this off. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york, good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. breaking overnight, at least 13 people were killed in an attack on a popular motel in mogadishu. a car bomber rammed his car into a motel setting off explosions. gunmen fought their way inside. police say heavy gunfire could be heard. the hotel is near the somali. extremist organization al shabaab says it's possible.
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al shabaab says it wants to topple the western-backed government. president trump says he'll look forward to finding a replacement. he's narrowed his choice to kne he decided to keep director james comey on the job. he criticized the fbi for not recommending charges for hillary clinton. they're riri choired to carry ten years. comey is in his fourth year. >> nikki haley as an ambassador to the united nations. she was ely confirmed, 96-4. from a plane last night, she tweeted thank you, south carolina, i will miss you.
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today president trump is expected to take action on one of his key campaign promises, construction of a wall along the mexican border. mr. trump is expected to address other immigration issues as well after claiming again that he lost the popular vote because millions voted illegally. roxana saberi is in new york. good morning. >> good morning. this comes as protests spread against his support of two controversial oil pipelines. president trump capped another busy day in washington hinting at his national security plans saying in part among many other things we will build a wall. the president will make good on campaign promises today by signing executive actions by tightening border security and enabling the construction of a wall along the u.s. border. mr. trump will unveil his plan to limit immigration with ties to terrorism.
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yesterday the president signed a series of memoranda commanding the construction of the pipeline. >> we'll see if we can get that pipeline built. 28,000 jobs. >> thousands of demonstrators across the country responded by taking to the streets including this gathering in front of the white house. protesters and environmentalists say they're gearing up for a fight. >> we're not going back to the 1950s where we can steam roll the interest of native american communities, where we can steamroll the environment. >> despite criticism from lawmakers from both sides he's not backing off that millions of leaders cost him the extra vote. >> i'm begging that the president share with us the information you have about this or please stop saying it. >> the association that represents state election officials tells cbs news that so far they aren't away of any
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evidence that supports the president's claim. now tomorrow president trump is scheduled to address republicans aet a retreat in philadelphia. anne-marie? >> roxana saberi, thanks a lot. ahead on "cbs this morning," barry petersen reports where they're vowing to block construction of the dakota access pipeline even though given the green light by donald trump. federal agencies has hit the epa. press releases and updates to the agency's social media accounts are proikted. the agency is also barred from awarding new contracts and grants and tweets from the badlands national park from south dakota were deleted. the tweets included facts and data regarding climate change. a park service official said tweets were deleted because they were posted by a former
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employee. >> this morning that powerful nor'easter that brought flooding winds and heavy rains to the northeast is starting to weaken. winter storm warnings remain in northern maine where the greatest snow fall aklfall accu. this nor'easter has been churning for days. lots of snow and mainly ice reports across the northeast. a lot of sleet and freezing rain. a lot of icy areas. across interior new england, parts of new york state, still exiting. leaving behind some sunshine and, yes, a bit of melting snow and ice. there's another storm you've been watching. as we head through the day the snow will continue to track eastbound into wisconsin and toward michigan. impressive snow totals. it's a thin band but in spots
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we'll be looking at a foot of total snow. the snow does cost lake michigan as we head into lake michigan. the warmth has been back on. it's been real warm. high temperature many location. a few breaking the 80 degree mark. i'm meteorologist eric fisher for the cbs news. the central plains, iowa, nebraska have been hit with heavy snow. up to a foot has been in some arias. a wildfire north of oklahoma city. it's unclear what caused the fire. so far there are no reports of any injury. minnesota governor mark dayton says he plans to finish his final two years of his term despite being diagnosed with prostate cancer. monday night he collapsed while delivering his state of the state address. he was given first aid and walked out of the capitol.
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the mayo clinic said the collapse was not related to the cancer and probably had to do with the governor standing for a long time and possibly dehydration. well, coming up on the "morning news" now, a boost for big brother. george yorewell's classic novel 1984 after president trump's inauguration. >> caught on video, a fedex truck gets blind-sided by a commuter train. this is the "cbs morning news." . so tangles don't stand a chance. because strong is beautiful. your body was made for better things than rheumatoid arthritis. before you and your rheumatologist move to another treatment, ask if xeljanz is right for you. xeljanz is a small pill for adults with moderate to severe ra for whom methotrexate did not work well.
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become. the "los angeles times" reports that two city officers who killed a black man in 2014 will not face criminal charges. the district attorney said an officer fired in self-defense because ford was trying to grab a gun. his family sued the city and reached a tentative deal late last year. in michigan, there's a mixed message about the water quality in flint. they say they should not drink unfiltered tap water even though it has been cleared. incidents were reported in a half dozen states. indiana's house speaker is giving social media tutorials after offensive posts by two state lawmakers. fortune says a trump adviser
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ear pods. they're easy to missplace because they are no longer tethered to the phone with a wire. that will come in handy. on the "cbs moneywatch," toyota announces a major u.s. expansion and mcdonald's bottles its special sauce. hena daniels is here in new york with that and more. good morning, hena. >> good morning, anne-marie. mining energy companies and financial stocks led big gains on wall street. the s&p and nasdaq hit all-time hig highs. the dow jones average climb 112, the s&p added 14 and nasdaq, 48. the jobs are part of plan to invest $10 billion in u.s. operations announced earlier this month. the plan produce suvs. the announcement comes as trump focuses on protectionist trade policies. yesterday president trump
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reiterated his plans to impose a tax on those manufacturing out of the country. the federal debt is expected to grow by $10 trillion over the next ten years. the nonpartisan congressional office said the deficit is expected to shrink this year and next before starting to increase. controlling federal debt was a top campaign issue for donald trump while at the same time lowering taxes and spending. frito-lays is offering the limited edition party-safe bag. it's equipped with a sensor that detects small traces of alcohol on a person's breath. and if you're a big mac's fan, they're giving away 10,000 bottles of sauce. they'll be giving it away around january 26th. it's part of a promotion where
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. a fearsome sleeping giant reawakens in western mexico. a nighttime eruption was captured on video. the roar could be heard 50 miles away as smoke soared one mile
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high. it was the third major eruption this year. there's an all points bulletin at the virginia zoo to find a red panda. 19-month-old sonny hasn't been seen since sunday. keepers think he's on the grounds but neighbors have been warned to watch for him and heat sensing cameras have been used to find him. the oscar nominations are ort and "lala land" is up for a nomination. >> reporter: this year the academy selected seven actors and actresses of color out of the 20 nominations. ruth was nominated for her role in" loving" about a couple who legalized interrashlg marriage in america. denzel washington's performance of "fences," an adaptation of a
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player and washington a nomination for best actor. >> it's not easy for me to admit i've been standing in the same place for 18 years. >> reporter: his coal star viola davis has been nominated for best supporting actress. "moonlight," and "hidden figures" are all loved for best picture. it's a far cry from last year when the white, 75% male. they set a goal to double the numbers by 2020. >> the academy, really, when they do like to nominate stories
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about people of color and black people, they usually tend to be about slavery, the civility rights movement or something very oppression-heavy, something along those lines. >> but this time? >> we have a way bigger swarkt. >> still, some consider this year's nomination a win even before the first envelope is open. jericka duncan, cbs news, new york. well coming up after you local news on "cbs this morning." oprah winfrey and director duvalier. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news."
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here's another look at top stories. gunmen stormed a hotel in mogadishu, sew mala. police say at least 13 people were killed in the attack. the violent extremist group al shabaab said they were responsible. and there were numerous protests. there's the dakota pipeline and keystone pipeline would span 300 miles in total. opponents say the decision is a setback for the environment. the president says lit create thousands of jobs. environmentalists are alarmed by the trump
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administration's indifference to climate change and others see the steps as a call to action. >> reporter: at president trump's alma mater, she listened carefully to candidate trump talk about climate change. >> all of this about global warming, a lot of that is a hoax. >> reporter: which is why she and her college students are racing to back up information on government websites. temporary restrictions that epa employees can no longer post or blog stoke the fears that limited information will limit access to data as it rolls back environmental protections. >> i'm really worried that the facts might be more difficult to access, so there's a kind of vul
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nev vulnerability. >> reporter: the badlands national park tweeted. while the president's nominee to run the epa scott pruitt disagreed with mr. trump in his hearings -- >> do you agree that global warming is a hoax? >> i do not, senator. >> just last may pruitt wrote scientists continue to disagree about the degree and extent of global warming and the connection to the actions of mankind. that debate should be encouraged. >> we go to the hearings with a dangerous form of new climate denials. >> rachael is with the community of sciences. >> yes, it's real but we don't know what's causing it and yet it's basically another way to kick the can down the road and not take any action. >> cletus says it could trigger massive flooding by the end of the century, limiting
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regulation,s on energy production could be catastrophic. >> this is a false choice, i don't have to choose between a safe climate and economic growth. we can have both. >> reporter: jim axelrod, cbs news, new york. coming up on "cbs this morning," a warning about baby monitors that track your child's vital signs, why many doctors advise against them. plus high economic times, a group of mothers working in the marijuana industry. >> and michelle miller with the art of yarn bombing. that's the "cbs morning news." i'm anne-marie green. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
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well, starting to day congressional republicans, descend on the loews hotel on market street for a retreat. impact it will have if you drive through center city. new this morning a man is shot and carjack, while trying to visit his girlfriend how he is doing right now and the car police are looking for. words are powerful, and words are impact full, and words do matter. >> a local high school's lay is attracting a lot of attention this morning. we will tell you about the one word that is creating controversy. well, to take is wednesday, january 25th, good morning, i'm jim done ran. i'm rahel solomon. all that and plus a trip back in time but first your forecast with katie and check

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