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from the broadcast center in new york city. it's friday, october 9th, 2015. it's friday, october 9th, 2015. this is the "cbs morning news." payoff in congress. one thought to be a shoo-in to be the next speak of the house kevin mccarthyrthy abruptly recalls from consideration just before his colleagues were about to vote. the search is on this morning for two suspects believed to have stabbed the airman who foiled a terror
facebook plots out new ways to express feelings to others in life. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. thanks for joining us. i'm anne-marie green. this morning the prevailing sentiment among the house of representatives is now what? kevin mccarthy aers stunning decision to withdraw from the race for speaker left the republican caucus scrambling to find a new leader. mccarthy announced his intentions during a meeting of republican colleagues just before they were expected to elect them as their nominee. >> reporter: mccarthy's was like a political earthquake. >> all delegations of the conference were shocked. >> reporter: in the end mccarthy decided he wasn't the lawmaker to bring the severely divided party together. >> if we are going to unite and be strong, gheed we need a new face to help do that. >> reporter: mccarthy was
undermined by the members of the gop caucus known as the freedom caucus who made demands he feared he couldn't meet and backed another candidate, representative daniel webster. this is the same group that pushed john boehner out and they also had enough votes to block mccarthy's election when the full house votes. then there was mccarthy's suggestion that the house benghazi inspection was politically motivated and exercised to undermine hillary clinton's presidential bid. >> that wasn't helpful. i could have said it much better. >> reporter: utah's jason chaffetz remains in the race to be speaker. >> i think we have a lot of internal fracture -- fracturing that has happened and we need to figure out a way to unite the peter. >> reporter: in the meantime, mccarthy will remain as majority leader and john boehner, who intended to leave at the end of this mopt month, says he'll stay on until the house elects a new speaker. a vote is expected the next few weeks. a man many would like to see fill the speaker's chair is
says he will not be a candidate. there is some talk about electing a caretaker interim speaker and since you do not have to be a member of congress to serve as speaker, former speaker newt gingrich says he is not opposed to be in that role. speaking at the congressional hispanic caucus institute last night, hillary clinton talked about how vital latinos are to this country. >> we need people who will stand up to this ugly rhetoric and extreme thinking, who will say say -- who will say, with our enough! end this! >> reporter: at a rally in las vegas, trump insisted most
latinos love him. >> is this a setup? did i ever meet you before? [ speaking in foreign language ] mr. trump! >> trump and hispanics are incredible people. the superpac urging vice president joe biden to run for president pulled its first tv ad after just one day. the ad recalled the personal tragedies in biden's life and biden ask that it be withdrawn. president obama heads to roseburg, oregon today, where last week, a gunman killed nine people at a community college but many residents oppose the stricter gun laws mr. obama is calling for. the gun right supporters plan to protest during the president's visit. republican presidential candidate ben carson isn't backing down from an assertion in his new book that blames the holocaust on gun control. carson was pushed to explain his point during an interview on cnn. >> if there had been no gun
time, would 6 million jews have been slaughtered? >> i think the likelihood of hitler being able to accomplish his role could administered by guns. >> he says they use the irs to intimidate the population just like the nazis. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk to "face the nation" john dickerson about all of today's headlines. the city of charleston scott walter scott who was shot by a white house police officer. >> reporter: the family of walter scott closed one chapter.
mayor has made this nation proud today. >> reporter: the north charleston city council unanimously awarded the scott family $6.5 million a historic settlement. they say the family can focus on the next phase of the case, the criminal trial of michael slager. >> he had a bad record and it should have been dealt with sooner than today, my brother might be alive today. >> reporter: he shot walter shot in the back and he was unarmed as he tried to run away. slager's attorney says he felt threatened. since the incident, the mayor of north charleston says the city has made changes. >> outfitting the police with body cameras with engage the department of justice to begin meetings with the north charleston police department and members of the community. >> reporter: slager is charged with first-degree murder. a trial date is yet to be set.
don champion, cbs news. russia is dispute ing a pentagon report. russia launched 26 cruise missiles from a war ship in the caspian sea on wednesday. their flight to syria took them over iran. the missiles were aimed at targets in north and northwestern syria and the russians say all of the missiles steve steve kroft will preview what the president had to say about vladimir putin and other subjects coming up on "cbs this morning." american hero spencer stone is covering this morning at a california hospital. stone, who represented prevent a terror attack on a french train in august, was stabbed multiple times in a fight outside a bar in his hometown of sacramento. police are looking for two suspects. chris martinez has the latest. >> reporter: french train attack hero spencer stone was stabbed
surveillance video from a nearby liquor store record the brawl. police say stone left the bar with four friends when they got into fight with another group early thursday morning. >> this is not a terrorism-related incident, nor is it related to what happened in france months ago. the assault does not appear to be a random act. it's believed to be related to a nightclub incident. >> reporter: they say stone was not armed and did not know the suspect. this cab driver saw the suspect stabbed stone before they fled the scene. >> when they do this, the blood is coming out. it's, like, they start this side, this side. >> reporter: stone, who was an airman, returned home last month after he and two friends subdued a gunman on a train bound for paris. police believe alcohol is a factor in stone's stabbing. >> we don't know if he was drinking or not. we know folks in his party were drinking that evening. >> reporter: stone underwent surgery and is in intensive care at uc-davis medical center.
significant injuries, airman stone's team aepts he will make a full recovery. >> reporter: be detectives are reviewing multiple surveillance witnesses. chris martinez, cbs news. the winner of the nobel morning. angela merkel played a key role crisis. pope francis is also on the list and so is secretary of state john kerry and javad zarif. coming up on the "morning news." binge hike. it will cost you a bit more to watch your favorite movies on netflix. details in "moneywatch." this is the "cbs morning news." n. it's a pill for relapsing ms that has the power to cut relapses in half.
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past republicans announce a sudden postponement to a vote to elect john boehner's replacement after speakership front-runner kevin mccarthy declared himself unfit for the job. though, i think he just got scared of how difficult that job must be when he found out that john boehner is only 31 years old. here's is another look at this morning's top story. chaos on capitol hill. house majority leader kevin mccarthy unexpectedly withdrew from the race to replace john boehner as speaker. the announcement shocked his republican colleagues, but the caucus's most conservative
members decided to support another candidate. the city of north charleston settled with the family of walter scott who was shot by a white police officer. scott was shot repeatedly as he tried to run from officer michael slager back in april. slager was on murder charges. hikers across over a bridge, the bridge collapsed. the video shows a tourist being tossed into the water. except for one who manages to hang on. investigators found a manufacturing defect in a piece of change supporting the bridge. the hikers escaped with only minor scrapes and some bruises and great video. a massachusetts man says a shark attack actually saved his life. eugene finney was swimming at a california beach in july when a shark struck him hard. it left a gash down his back. the pain from being struck by the shark forced him to go to the e.r. and after a battery of tests, doctors made a surprising
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frustrating, and, ultimately, famous. never one to be shy, jones is finally detailing more than 50 years of sex, drugs, and disco. you said that you were a great keeper of secrets. >> uh-huh. and i still got 'em. >> we will take you to a 300 million dollar airport that is called a waste of taxpayer money. >> that's all ahead on "cbs this morning." that is the "cbs morning news" for this friday.
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