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it's march 18th, 2017."cbs this create an international incident. how his words heightened and de a gop plan.service's laptop ishen how to combat a rogue as 9
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>> brrr, frosty, the two leaders not even >> the president drags germa hi past administration, at least we >> do >> no, anything. >> she's back. >> i am ready to comeon, pennsy floods are wreaking havoc in pa o this debris field, thiommud. >> secretary of state rex i bei.
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>> and they're on the second day of their trip to paris. >> the headlines focused on that video of william's skiing trip. >> president trump's youngest child made an appearance at the white house, 10-year-old baron. mom and dad headed to mar-a-lago. >> she was startled by a peacock and lost her balance. >> and all that matters. >> oh, my gosh, it ends up going in the basket. >> the globetrotters are looking for talent as well. you can play a lot of places if you can bounce that ball in from the free-throw line. >> cbs this morning -- saturday. >> in honor of st. patrick's day, the white house is green. >> by the president's own
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admission, all he does all day is watch cable news, which is nothing but commercials for zoloft, paxil, celexa, don, pick one. >> i'm anthony mason along with alex wagner. we begin this morning with new fallout from president trump's unproven claims that he was the subject of surveillance ordered by then president barack obama during the 2016 campaign. >> the president is not backing down on his explosive allegations and in doing so wrangled two of america's closest allies, great britain weekend in florida. errol bar nnett beach, florida. >> >> reporter: good morning.
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they called the idea that the . u.k. surveillednt tru is crazy. president trump arrived in w palm beach florida friday after wonder. during chancellor merkel's first visit to the trump white house, the president raised a diplomatic sore spot with the reference of the surveillance of the chancellor's cell phone by the nsa. >> as far as wiretapping, i guess by this past administration, at least we have something in common perhaps. >> reporter: mr. trump stood firm on claims that he, like the german leader, was monitored by
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president obama, despite the daily privilege of highly classified intelligence briefings, the president said his source was a television commentator. >> that was a statement made by a very talented lawyer on fox. up shouldn't be talking to me, you should be talking to fox. >> and the allegation was made that gchq may have been surveilled. >> he didn't use the cia, the fbi or the department of justice. he used gchq. that's the initials for the british spying agency. >> the gchq issued a rare public rebuke saying the quote, utterly ridiculous and should be ignored. fox news also immediately clarified its repoinnows of no e of any kind that the now
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president of the united states was surveilled at any time in w. >> how, president trump did say he very seldom regrets what he tweets. since friday's press briefing, the white house has not commented on this apparentu.k. department has fully coopera re turn over any evidence of the president's claim. abe election? >> errol beach, florida. errol. a showdown vote in congress could come on thursday. president trump has agreed to add new revisions on medicare to the bill but some republicans are still opposed to the plan. health and human services director price says they're looking at everything in the bill. >> if it harms patients, we need
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to modify it or get rid it have. if it increases cost, we have to make sure it's to the benefit of the patient or else it needs to go away. >> thursday is the seventh anniversary is when president obama signed the affordable care act into law. >> for more on the wiretap fallout, we're joined by catherine rampell. >> good to be here. the president had a press conference with angela merkel to try to put this whole rapping thing in the background and instead he -- >> created an international incident. >> where does he go from here? >> my thoght it he should quit wheel he
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while he's behind. we've even heard the attorney general, jeff sessions, say there's no evidence to back this up and yet he keeps pounding on these accusations. >> the question is who can move the president on this, right? you're seeing bipartisan repudiation, you're seeing an internationalen encincident tha been created all when there's an uphill battle in congress to get the president's agenda enacted. so where does it end? >> i don't know. trump has said he doesn't back down from things, he doesn't like to apologize. this is part of his strategy and it served him well in business. business is very different from managing the executive branch and negotiating o on capitol hill. it might take him time to learn the same tactics don't
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translate. i would expect that democrats in particular are going to try to goad comey into saying something revealing about not only whether there's any evidence for this accusation of a wiretap but also on the connections between the trump campaign and people in russia and the question is how forthcoming will comey be. the milikely outcome of this hearing is that the rift between the republicans in congress and the president obama administration will grow. >> let's talk a little bit about the republican plan to replace the affordable care act. we hear there are going to be changes made to medicaid, not
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medicare. do you think this passes the lower chamber? >> there are those who don't believe it's conservative enough and those who believe it's too free oriented so i don't know how you can appease both sides at once. there's no tack technical that will appeal to both of these issues. >> at the same time, this is an important moment for the trump administration, is it not? his reputation as a deal maker is on the line. >> he would love to make a deal obviously. he likes to talk about his deal making prowess. what may have served him well in the business sector may not serve him wem ll on capitol hil. >> there are some tough and
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complicated lesson being concerned at 1600 capital avenue. we're following breaking news in paris this morning where a man was shot to death after he tried to take gun of a soldier guarding the airport. no one was injured but thousands were evacuated from the second largest airport in the french capitol. jonathan, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this all took place inside the airport near the check-in counters. the interior minister said he was able to take the weapon and then he was found shot. he was known to police. the airport was evacuated, the
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bomb squad brought in to search the suspect's body for any possible explosives. also this morning a police officer was shot and injured during a road check north of the capitol. the gunman reportedly fled to orly airport. officials are confirming both attacks were carried out by the same person. today's incident comes less than two months after a radicalized man attacked a soldier outside the louvre. and there's increased visit for prince william and kate's visit. >> thank you, jonathan. >> secretary of state rex tillerson is in beijing this morning for his first face-to-face meeting with xi jinping. this came one day after he said they could use nuclear action
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against north korea continued its weapons plan. adriana, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the u.s. and china are in a tug of war over who should be doing more to rein in the north. as he stepped off the plane, secretary of state rex tillerson stepped into an arena where the u.s. is facing a barrage of chal mgs from trade to the south china sea but north korea stopped the agenda a. their provocations are intensi y intensifyi intensifying. just last week they fired four missiles from japan. those follow last month tests of a new solid few missile and two nuclear debt nati-- detonationst
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year. >> we renewed our determination to work together to convince the north korean government to choose a better path and a different future for its people. >> tillerson declared a new era of dealing with the the north. he said all options are on the table, including military action but gave few specifics. the tougher line comes after president trump treated that north korea was behaving very gadly and that complicated the system is a u.s. missile defense system. china says it could be used against them. but the team today was one unity for the sake of peace. >> we've committed ourselves to do everything we can to present any type of conflict from breaking out. >> reporter: and any, that meeting you mentioned earlier between president xi and
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tillerson was a last-minute addition to tillerson's schedule. their talk will likely set the agenda for when xi is in florida next month to meet with president trump. >> thanks, adriana. the season. >> the agency says the computer contained sense tony, morning. >> good morning. the agent who had the laptop lives in this district court. police went home to home in search of home surveillance video to track the suspect. according to law enforcement sources, the laptop stolen in brooklyn contains pages of sensitive information, that includes data on the layout of
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trump power and information on the investigation into hillary clinton's e-mail server. also missing, eke kress agent la pell pence as well as a kwiel but detectives have been unable to develop a profile of the suspect or drm whether the agent was followed and specifically targeted for the computer. in a statement the san diego said its laptops contain multiple levels of security and are not permitted to contain classified information. the theft comes less than one week after jonathan tran is suspected of climbing over the white house fence and roaming around undetected for near live 17ments while president trump was inside the executive mansion. the is how chafin has
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investigated our white house briefings and said tran hmm made it xiao side of the afternoon and then jiggle the door? that can never, ever happen yet it happened again. >> a plan kale and cbs news has learned they are expected to lead the suspension and possibly firings. >> prng many of those agents had next. >> i have the thank in brook nrchl and banks away homes.
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at least 70,000 people are now half of the country is under a state of emergency. peru is battling a rainy season that has brought ten times more rain. >> police have circulated mug shots of men who escaped from the jail's ventilation system on thursday night. they are suspected of taking off with two peck up. it's now down to 32. the ncaa tournament starts its third full day this afternoon. on friday, it was a bad day for the fifth seed. number 11 rhode island stunned creighton winning 84 to 72. >> another 11 seed is moving on in the east region.
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usc scores an upset over southern methodist with a 66-45 victo victory. and an upset in the south region. witch saw state -- >> and things are going smoothly for perennial contender duke. take a look at what happens in the closing moments against their opponent troy. >> oh, my god. it ends up going in the basket for david delaurier. >> very exciting news for uri, the university of rhode island. the coach dan hurley is the son of bob hurley. >> as you mentioned, their first
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win in the tournament since 1998. >> the action continues to $ wh -- today when the rivalry continues. tipoff is just after noon eastern right here on cbs. >> now it's time to show you some of this morning's headlines. the investigativee reports u.s. attorney general preet bharara was said to be investigating health and human services secretary pri when he was fired last week. the investigation focused on hundreds of thousan in stock trades that price made with health-related companies while serving as a georgia congressman. price testified his trades were legal and transparent. preet bharara was one of 46 federal prosecutors asked to step dunn immediately by donald trump. >> a maryland man has been arrested and charged with cyber stalking after he sent a tweet to journalist kirk iken wald
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that triggered an epileptics seizure. the video included the message "you deserve a seizure." eichenwald is a contributing editor to "vanity fair" and a senior writer at ""newsweek."" his attorney said said the cyber charge is appropriate because it's the equivalent of sending a bomb. >> and new legislation mandates tax return cover a five-year period and starts in 2020. it is unlikely to become law because chris christie must sign it. >> "u.s. reports" today reports on a new drug to lower
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cholesterol. the drug costs about $14,000 oo year. insurance companies have been reluctant to cover the drug since it's not been fully tested. >> and the "new york daily news" reports a would-be drug smuggler was arrested for keeping it in his pants. they say the man arriving from the dominican republic was carrying five pounds of cocaine wrapped around his legs. he was exhibiting nervous signs. >> memo to self, don't ever try that. >> no.
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for millions of americans it, is a lifeline that may soon disappear. meals on wheels is just one of the programs threatened by the president's budget proposal. we take a look at the organization that assists seniors, veterans and the disabled. >> and later, more than a dozen republican members of congress have signed a document calling for urgent action to address climate chang, putting them at odds with many in their party and president trump. you're watching "cbs this morning -- saturday."
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>> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news." good morning, everyone, i'm jan carabeo. an accident involving a truck in north philadelphia sent two people to the hospital. truck lost control at stanwood street, split utility pole in two, knocked out power to the area, no word right now on how serious the injuries are. police are investigating how this accident happened. now to the eyewitness forecast with justin drabick. >> good morning, jan, still dealing with wintery weather across the region today. depends where you are, see mixture of rain, maybe sleet, little snow. specially north of the city. open and on, not all day long, more of nuisance type thing, shouldn't and big issue, overcast skies, drist -- drizzle, around the city
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37 degrees, the winds at 7 miles per hour, light snow moving out of the lehigh valley right now, so a break from time to time. then we see off and on rain showers, some snow showers to the north. 8:00 this morning, winter weather advisory goes into effect, poconos, these areas expecting snow maybe little accumulation specially up in the mountains, tomorrow much better in the afternoon, talk about clearing skies, still cool high of 46. finally six's return early next week. >> thank you, next update is at clock 57. we'll see you then, have a great day.
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still ahead this next hour, an emotional return to paris. the duke and duchess of cambridge make their first official visit to paris. >> plus an army high on speed. a new book claims hitler's war machine was fueled by massive drug use, giving soldiers enhanced endurance. but first, part of donald trump's budget proposal could sharply reduce funding for a much-needed program. meals on wheels delivers near
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lay millinearly a million meals a day to the sick and elderly. >> reporter: sandra bush is about to make visits to 18 seniors. sandra deshazer says her arthritis makes it difficult to cook. if you didn't have this service -- >> it would be really bad. i don't walk or drive anymore. >> they just can't afford to go to the grocery store and buy everything they need. they have to depend on everyone else. >> reporter: that's where meals on wheels comes in. a third of its budget comes from the federal government. the proposed budget cuts are putting the 43-year-old program at risk. >> we can't spend money just because it sounds good. >> excuse me? i see these people waiting for
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their food to come every day. it works. >> reporter: it works for lind yoo priest after a stroke two years ago left her in a wheelchair. like most residents in her county, she voted for donald trump. >> reporter: are you surprised? >> yeah. >> reporter: why? >> because we were told he was going to help him. >> for cbc this morning saturday. meal on wheels -- >> they are weathering a storm of opposition about climate change. we'll talk to more than a dozen members of republican congress who are
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disard adi disorder and difference." gail, welcome. >> thank you for having me. >> in the book you use the term learning difference instead of learning disability? >> i use the term brain difference because i'm talking about differences in wiring in connectivity in the brain. that's where it's at. it's important to understand that these problems, while they do create certain weaknesses and struggles, they are also hard wired to certain strengths and when you talk about disability, you imply stig in a, it keeps people from getting treatment and you also imply to i.q. is always connected to these kind of differences, which it is not. in dyslexia, i.q. is completely
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separate. people can be extremely intelligence and still have mental illness. what are some of the traits of someone with anxiety that actually can be strengths? >> i love this book, i love this concept. it's such a great idea. in evolution fear is a good thing. if there's a saber tooth tiger, it's a good thing to run away. but to return it to anxiety and you start to think what if there's a saber tooth tiger? on the other hand, it can make you hyper focused and hyper vigilant. >> in fact, performance anxiety is something that happens all the time. you're a better athlete, you turn every stone over. so it can be a strength for some
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people. >> stu: you want the adrenaline but when your palms are too sweaty and it's not good. >> you described angular thinkers. what are they? >> pretty much everybody has relative strengths and weaknesses. unfortunately organization our educational system is gathered at everybody -- they are ainge u harr thinkers. so take you a tip spectrum disorder, sociability may be a real problem but they might, excellent at math. when you are excellent about something and you love it and have a pass for it and that allows to you do more and more and become extremely spectacular
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the most curious when we think about hidden stress. >> we think about the autism spectrum are savant. they have extraordinary off-the-map abilities. the reason for that is many other people, and they also have this feature meaning the incredible attention to detail, incredible ability to recognize patterns that might make them super mathy, assume musical so real relative strengths. what's important is if you get this diagnosis, you want early treatment because the brain is blastic and the earlier you intervene, the better you can hope them with social issues. but at the same time, you want to test them. euro fyke testing can because
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that is their futures. that's where they can become ultimately employed in their area of strength. >> super mathy. i like that clinical term, dock. finally, people tend to be confident in their beliefs. don't if me husband. the term for this was research they found in part that harr 'tis pants that tler frrng this needs to be studied more but they point to poll texas a place where having more of this trade come what pash if you've been a doctor for pief years and you have any bit of corseness nrpgs
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good morning, everyone, i'm jan carabeo. philadelphia police have now trying to track down a suspect in two food truck robberies. investigators believe this man seen in surveillance video robbed two trucks near 43rd and walnut, and at 34th and lancaster, both robberies happened at gunpoint. two hours apart on monday evening, if you recognize him, call philadelphia police. now, to the eyewitness weather forecast with meteorologist, justin drabick. >> good saturday morning, winter holding on strong this weekend, this is where you are. see mixture of some rain, freezing snow, but not specking any accumulation across the region, the exception up in the poconos, it stays below freezing, not whole lot happening, storm scan3 north of the city, snow showers around, winter weather
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advisory in effect through 6:00 sunday morning, lehigh valley, berks county, poconos, again, poconos could see couple of inches of snow. mainly snow up into the mountains, berks, lehigh valley see mix of snow change to go rain back to snow later tonight. nice in philadelphia, could ends as little snow shower activity at the shore, mainly rain. tomorrow, clearing skies, we will get the sun back 46 degrees, first day of spring monday approaching 50, that's still below average. jan, back to you. >> justin, thank you. our next update is at 8: 27. see you then. >> ♪ >> ♪
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wiretapping. >> during a news conference, german chancellor angle markka joked about his air on the -- squars fire capping, i guess this bost nation at least we have something in common perhaps who said president obama used o british to spy on then candidate trump. this morning, the deputy head of the nha called that claim, quote, nonsense." es if the bill
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>> good morning, margo. >> thank, thank. let's first affect about what the with is a pe poe teg this conservatives want to make this go more in line with their vision. there were two discussed yesterday, one that would require some work life bib letters pler clefrs
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>> this would, if so with the cbo estimates is a lot of faes in the those kind of cuts maybe will stop the program -- that seemsically bun fining,s as you call it. there ares will trump supporters who would be greatly affected by tho this afternoon. people really didn't have options before and they have dispro organization nately about medicaid, states like it can, arkansas, west virginia, those are thrices where just hundreds ofities of ep goes away, the extechnical peaks would and to were is it?
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you, if and when they attacked me hole. it wasn't organized yesterday but they realizeth many thoughts in pie pow, then before the jurmans attack france, the army decided it organize use the methamphetamine use and 35 million doses of met -- >> 35 motor vehicle? >> wow. >> and then germany got ready and surprised france and the british armies, who had no idea what was going on, what the so-called blets was. >> it wasn't just meth, it was also co canadian, forms of oxycodone that were in circulation and used by hitler himself. how did he first come into
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contact with these substances? >> the propaganda always showed him as a tea totaler. he wouldn't even eat meet, no alcohol. in '36 he met fascinating character. morel was a kind of leb rit doctor in lynn. and he was famous giving him jeremiah wright minute incorrectors. and he givening pro buy ot ek medicine. and then later in the war as hitler developed serious health problems, morel start to give different things and just -- it gets more and more intense until towards the end of the war, hitler takes much more than
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vitamins. >> what's he taking? >> well, the most -- the hardest drug he's taking it an opioid, a synthetic >> hitler would get 20 mill i grasp of this injected intraditionously. >> and will getting cocaine swabs in his national area. >> after when a bm smoded in hitler headquarters, even though propaganda said the fuel is not injured -- people died in that room and they claim hitler was not injured and he was actually injured. he had a state meeting with dr. mussolini. and another doctor comes in and give hymes from that day on
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until october the same year, lots of cocaine. so he received cocaine in three months over 50 times, getting cocaine notice morning and. >> speed ball. >> this is the speed ball. what's so interesting also about your book, norman, is the whole climate in germany leading up to the market. in 1926/you write the country was the top morphine producing state and world champion when had came to exporting care dan. t the. >> in the 20s, you could get these drugs at any pharmacy. >> and they were making chocolates with them it sounds like. they were for everybody. this is a fascinating window into a less discussed chapter of
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a up newly opened musical i making a buzz on broadway. jamie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, alex. the current production of "sunday in the park with george" is a revival. in this update, jake dazzles.
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♪ you're kind of cute when you're not so shy ♪ >> from a sassy assembly line worker making kinky boots on broadway. to a prostitute in showtime's "masters of sex." >> why would a lie about certainly like this? >> anna lee ashford has been a master on stage and on screen. do you have a favorite role of all the roles you're known for in new york? >> you know, i don't. but right now this one as pretty much my favorite. ♪ well, if you want bread and respect and attention ♪ >> the 31-year-old is starring as at -- the project, which started as a live convert had
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oscar nominee guillenhall seeing stars. >> you don't have to take the risks that you're taking. what draws you to this? >> i do have to do it. we did the show as a stage reading initially where we knew we were going to be doing it for four nights and i immediately just fell in love with her. >> now i want you to look out at the water. >> i feel foolish. >> in a lot of ways it's all about connection and the people you're working with. in this case i just want to spend more time with her. ♪ sunday in the park with george ♪ >> i won't make you sing on the street but do you have an incredible line that opens the show. ♪ ♪ >> in the middle of the river
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half an hour from the city on a sunday, all in one breath. >> reporter: did that take you a while? >> yes. the baby was just born and i had my script in the nursery at 3:00 in the morning. wasn't that magical? >> she accepted the role when her child was six months old. i said he'll be fine. he didn't sleep and he ate a lot. >> there's a famous line that there are only two things that last, children and art. that line's got to pespeak to y right now in your life. >> marie says there are only two things left in the world when we depart, children and art.
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to me as an artist, we're in not just a country but a world that's so divided right now and i think as an artist we have such a duty to take our audience into the world of the play and teach and grow and learn and explore. >> ashburn, who was raised by a single mother, began performing at an early age outside denver. she graduated from high school in about three years and moved to new york to go to college. her first role on broadway came in "legally blond, followed by and i never got called back to one of them. those years of not even a call back were so valuable in me finding my reason for doing it
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and also kind of a fire to keep going because as a actor, the audition never stops. never. >> oh, i like it. did you write it? >> no, beethoven. >> she won an oscar for her role in "you can't take it with you." >> it was a dream come true. it's on my book shelf mantle now with a unicorn next to it. it was magic. >> reporter: but this time around, they decided not to make it eligible for a tony. >> we talk about the art of making art. this is truly the art of making art. it's about nothing more, nothing less. >> the two of them definitely have great chemistry.
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in fact, their performances have both been called revelations by the critics. and performances are definitely award worthy. >> why did the producers not to pull them out of tony contention m. >> they put out a statement because they wanted to take advantage of the opportunity, they also would have had to give away within a limited run 1,500 plus seats to tony votes. >> that's a lot! >> i admire her persistence, especially after two years of no callback. >> that's it. that's usually time to go home. she didn't go home and we all benefited from it. >> up next,
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good morning, everyone, i'm jan carabeo. well getting around town on septa could soon cost you more. the agency has pro positioned several rate hikes, cash fare would increase by 25 cents, if you use the septa key you would have to pay 20 cents more per ride. septa will hold public hearings on the proposal next month before the board votes on the rate hike. now to the eyewitness forecast with meteorologist, justin drabick. >> good morning, if you are headed out to the septa station this morning, you may bring the rain jacket or umbrella. light precipitation in the area, sees where it is light. bethlehem under winter weather advisory until of a.m. tomorrow morning, around light snow earlier, but see wet roads, maybe tonight you get coating, some untreated
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surfaces but look at the radar, not whole lot happening, intermittent rain, snow showers, best chance to see the snow snow showers well to the north in the lehigh vale. not bad deal. showers at times through the day into tonight, could end with some snow overnight even in philly little or no accumulation expected. tomorrow much better clearing skies, still cool 46. couple of days in the 60s early next week, jan, back over to you. >> looks good. thank you, justin. next update is at 8:57. see you then. have a great day everyone. >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪
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>> up on top we have some kind beef short ribs. you've also got some of our pork spare ribs. the stuff was all smoked all night long in the snow in brooklyn. >> not exactly southern style. >> is snow hoping the smoking process sp. >> um, not really. we have a little bit of butter milk bake on poe at that and the beg round thing is a east >> you grew up in texas when barbecue is taken very seriously. when did you become passionate about it? >> i moved to denver and couldn't find it so think to learn how to make it myself.
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y you. >> i this had a whole bunch of trial and error going on and not getting things the wanted. i favor eed it down to it was that would turn out the sack product that wanted. think that's part the most important are the of barbecue is having the right tools. >> i think. >> so we're going to make the feed that i love the most. it's heavily based on the red and green chiles that come from new mexico, which is what this dream sauce is here.
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she was awarded the u.s. equivalent of the grammy's. >> now seven years later, she's just released her sixth studio length album. performing "nothing not nearly," here is marla ♪ ♪
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♪ the only thing i learned in a year ♪ i didn't smile once not really ♪ nothing matters more than love, no nothing, no, not nearly ♪ we've not got long enough to bask in a
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visit saveonsymbicort.com today to learn more. have a good weekend, everyone. >> we leave you with more music from laura marling. this is "wildfire." ♪ chasing down a wild flower
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♪ you want to get high, you come no desire before you come to me ♪ out on me, yeah. she keeps a pen behind her ear because she's got something so she puts it in her mouth and are you going to write a book someday peacekeeper stwrrks
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♪ ♪ ♪ it's about her time spent with me ♪ ♪ until you die, i don't know how you sing ♪ ♪ are you getting away with who you're trying to be ♪ ♪ try, >> a kind heart or something weak and untrained. ♪ ♪ i need nothing but for me
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there frrjs ♪ breathe ♪ breathe ♪ if there's something on her mind, something she needs to get by ♪ ♪ do you say sometimes ♪ ♪ always say that you love me most when i do not know i'm being seen ♪ ♪ maybe someday when good
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live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news." good morning, everyone, i'm jan carabeo. well, villanova is getting ready for a tough test today. the wildcats take on the wisconsin badgers, in the second rounds of the ncaa tournament. wisconsin is the eighth seed in the eastment you can catch the game right here on cbs-3 this afternoon at 2:40 p.m. now to the eyewitness weather forecast with meteorologist, justin drabick. >> good morning, good day to stay inside and watch some of the games. dreary day, not so much soaking wet day or snowy day, just going to have intermittent rain and snow showers depending where you are, right now, rain showers rolling through center city, little slight snow mixed in with that, just to the north, 40 at the airport, south, you go to the northwest suburbs lehigh valley, light snow. then break to the west.
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there will be times where nothing is happening. winter weather advisory stays in effect until 6:00 tomorrow morning for the suburbs, lehigh valley, poconos, maybe couple of inches of snow, especially tonight. and then tomorrow clearing skies, still cool, mid 40's, up to the 50's monday, mid 50's tuesday, average time this -- which is average for this time of year. >> you can always follow us on our website at cbsphilly.com. i'm jan carabeo.
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