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captioning funde it's wednesday, november 11th, 2015. this is the "cbs morning news." the latest showdown of the republican presidential contenders features sharp exchanges on immigration and the economy but one candidate not on the main debate stage may have picked up steam. the grim task starts today for emergency workers in ohio. they will go through the wreckage of a jet that crashed into an apartment building, killing everyone on board. and new york state pulls the
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authorities calling them a form of illegal gambling. 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. for the most part, last night's republican presidential debate was a policy focused affair. eight candidates took the stage in milwaukee with less than three months until the first votes are cast in the nomination contest. it was a chance to detail positions, reach for a breakout moment and, for some, certainly an opportunity to steady the ship. weijia jiang begins our coverage from milwaukee. >> reporter: political analysts predicted the candidates will be feeling the pressure to focus more on issues and they planned accordingly. the conversation certainly included fiery exchanges, but this time, the attacks were based on differences in policy, not personality. the top eight republican candidates got right to the
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economy in a debate on the fox business network, starting with the minimum wage. >> taxes, too high. wages, too high. we are not going to be able to compete against the world. >> every time we raise the minimum wage, a number of jobless people increases. >> if you raise the minimum wage you'll make it one of the most expensive in the machine. >> reporter: rubio and paul sparred over military spending. >> marco's for military spending you get something to me not very conservatist. >> i know rand is a committed isolationist. i'm not. i think the world is a strongest place when the america military is the strongest in the world. >> reporter: ben carson pushed back on his life story. >> i have no problem with being vetted. what i do have a problem with is being lied about. >> reporter: donald trump took heat for his plan to deport millions of illegal immigrants. >> but for the 11 million
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people, come on, folks! we all know you can't pick them up and ship them across -- back across the border. it's a silly argument. >> even having this company sends a powerful signal. they are doing high five's in the clinton campaign when they hear this. >> reporter: the gop has months to go before it chooses a candidate. the media room here is stop hillary. >> the clinton presidency will corrode this nation. >> reporter: donald trump took over his views on russia. >> if put un wants to knock the hell out of is i am all for it. >> it's good to putin to be in syria and isis take out assad an assad take out isis. that is a board game. it's not howl the real world works. >> reporter: i'm asking you, what -- >> in your imagination.
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praised moderators on a debate that focused on substance than the cnbc debate last month. >> i thought the moderators did a great job. the kept was good and no fantasy football stuff like last time. >> reporter: there was a lot of speculation that the tension between marco rube on yo and jeb bush would spill over during this debate but the two did not take jabs at each other. there was a notable performance in bush's performance after he hired a media trainer and performance analysts say will carry him right to the next round next month. weijia jiang, cbs news, milwaukee. for more on last night's debate we are joined from chicago by hunter walker. good morning, hunter. thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me. >> let's get right into it. what stood out to you about the debate? >> well, the tone was very, very different from what we saw late last month about with the cnbc debate. as you eluded to before, there
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was a lot of criticism for how the moderators handled that. fox business network and "wall street journal" who hosted this one said they really wanted to focus on policy and i think we did see that tonight. >> what about the candidates? anyone have a breakout moment or a significant moment for you? >> i didn't see any in the main stage debate real single moment that stole the show. i do think in the undercard debate, we saw chris christie, who are recently been demoted to that junior varsity stage have a couple of moments that looked really good for him. >> if -- if anybody believes the stuff they heard from that democratic debate a few weeks ago, there is nothing for free. what they forgot to tell you was that -- >> so we are just seeing a little bit of chris christie right now. you know, i wondered whether or not being on the undercard stage would actually help him? because there are fewer candidates, despite the fact that fewer people will probably see his performance. we do have a bite from christie
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in the undercard debate and we want to play that now. >> they are building those artificial artificial islands in the south china sea. the president wouldn't fly a plane over it. the first thing i'll do with the chinese is fly air force one over those islands. they will know we mean business. >> an applause line for him. do you think this helped him? he kind of needs it. >> i don't know about that line because i think of flying the president over a chinese military installation is questionable. other than that, he had a lot of good moments in the debate. he really focused on hillary. even as bobby jindal was really trying to attack him. we saw john kasich and carly fiorina use that undercard debate to propel them in the polls. the question is can someone who dropped down to it have that same snesk. >> right. let me ask you about ben carson now. leading up to the debate there
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was a lot of discussion about his personal story, whether or not his auto biography was accurate or not. he wanted to only discuss the issues. how do you think his performance was? >> well, i don't think he really addressed the question about the -- various questions about his biography. in fact, he made a point not doing so. afterwards in the spin room i was saying to him, these are stories you've told in your books and speeches, why don't you want to talk about them now? and he said that he is going to start telling reporters who ask this stuff to, quote/unquote, go jump in a lake, and as far as he is concerned, the auto biography has been written and it's not autobiography any more and we will see if that defense holds up with the public. >> hunter walker of yahoo news, thank you so much. >> thanks for having me. this morning, hillary clinton is under fire because she didn't come to the defense of carly fiorina. at a town hall meeting in new hampshire yesterday, a clinton supporter criticized fiorina's
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time of ceo of hewlett-packard and then said this. >> every time i see her on tv, i want to reach through and strangle her. you know? i know that doesn't sound very nice. >> i wouldn't mess with you! >> well, republicans denounced remark. a spokesperson for the republican national committee said clinton and the democrats lost all credibility, claiming to be a party that stands for women. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk about last night's gop debate with senator marco rubio and preview saturday's democratic debate with "face the nation" moderator and cbs news news political director john dickerson. the owner of a small jet that crashed into an ohio apartment building says there were nine people on board. there were no survivors. the two pilots and seven passengers were flying from dayton, to akron yesterday morning. the jet went down two miles from the akron airport.
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the crash site today. kris van cleave reports. >> reporter: the plane crashed in akron, ohio, setting an apartment building and a home on fire. police say everyone on board was killed. the jet can carry ten. >> all of a sudden, this plane just dropped out of the sky. it just like, veered sideways and plowed right into the due flexes there and it was just an instant boom and flames and smoke and it was horrific. it was terrible. >> reporter: a woman recording a video on her cell phone captured the moment the hawker business jet crashed. it went down on approach to akron's airport just before 3:00 tuesday afternoon. >> the plane, when it did go down, it struck the one house and then continued on into an embankment just behind that house. >> reporter: the core ner e oner says she is waiting for specialists and that may not happen until wednesday morning.
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investigators to the scene. cause. severe weather is on tap today from the rockies to the midwest. out west, blizzard conditions are posted for the rockies and the western plains. in the central plains, the threat is from powerful winds, up to 80 miles an hour, and the potential for tornadoes. the storm is moving east from the sierras where some areas got 16 inches of snow by yesterday. a winter weather advisory is in this morning. coming up on the "morning news." media firestorm in mizzou. a media professor quits after a confrontation with a student journalist that is caught on video. in "moneywatch," t-mobile announces a plan for free binge this is the "cbs this morning." you're certainly not alone. fortunately, many have kind of medicine that rimagine what it would be like to love your numbers. discover once-daily invokana
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the country. a university of missouri professor steps down after a confrontation with a student jurnl journalist. "the washington post" reports on the arrest of a man accused of using a sling-shot to launch an object at the white house. secret service agents tackled the man. adam olsen along the street on tuesday. he faces assault with a dangerous weapon and other charges. a secret service sweep did not find the object. the arrest of suspected white supremacists in a weapons case. federal authorities say the group was preparing for what it called an impending race war. the fbi says two of the men tried to buy an automatic weapon, explosives, and a pistol with a silencer.
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the waco tribune reports a grand jury indicted 106 bikers in the may shoot-out that killed nine bikers and wounded 20 more. the indictment charged the bikers with engaging in organized criminal activity. the case is of 80 or more bikers remain. investigators say it started as a confrontation between two motorcycle clubs. "the new york times" reports a university of missouri journalism professor resigned and apologized for confronting student reporters on monday during a campus protest. >> you need to get out! >> i actually don't. >> all right. hey, who wants to help me get this reporter out of here? >> melissa click says she regrets her actions and personally called the journalist involved to apologize. the "atlanta journal-constitution" reports former president jimmy carter is responding well to cancer treatments. the 91-year-old revealed in august doctors diagnosed him
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{ here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. an indiana family came home to an unexpected house guest. a deer! the surprise visitor jumped through a front window and then checked out the master bedroom.
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over some perfume before jumping out of the window and running away. chew on this. crews are cleaning seattle's famed gum wall. the guam wall started in the '90s when people waiting to get into a theater near a market stuck their game on a wall outside. it's estimated there are more than 1 million pieces of gum. crews are using a very hot steam wash to remove the buildup. >> right now, you can smell the consent of spearmint, maybe a the ali ley in the steam. >> sounds great. after the gum is removed the tourists and people are welcome to start all over again. yuck. police say before sunday's game between the steelers and the raiders in pittsburgh, oakland linebacker ray ray armstrong was heading to the field when he engaged the dog manner. >> he started jumping up and
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macy's sears, and sergeant this year, are all going to be open on thanksgiving. they will open at 6:00 p.m. on thanksgiving day. these stores want to get a head-start on black friday. that other store also known as black friday is open every day of the year. >> joe's crab shack is making waves. it's become the first major restaurant group to eliminate tipping. kay cogearan of our san francisco station kpix got reaction. >> reporter: depending what
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shack you eat at you may open up your bill and there will be no tip. joe's ceo e-mailed this. we are confident that this change will expressway increased financial stability for our employees. out faster. >> kind of give a tip without us giving them a tip. like an early tip technically. >> reporter: for waiters this means increased wages. for customers it means slightly you're okay paying a little bit more for that? ? >> yeah. because the food is good. >> reporter: other tippers call it a reward not a guarantee. >> i always give a tip to the service you get. >> reporter: you think this could change how they serve you? >> exactly. >> that was kpix reporting. menu prices are expected to increase up to 15%. music legend allen ouisst.
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has died. in the '60s and '70s, toussaint had a number of hits, including "working like a coal minor." he was honored at the white house by president obama in 2013. allen touissaint died in spain after a performance on monday. he was 77. jeweler lovers would be tickled pink with a record breaking auction last night. a stunning 16 carat rare pink diamond sold for 28.5 million. it is the largest to ever come to auction in pink. a buyer from hong kong is now its lucky owner. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a closer look at so-called cryo therapy. and the investigation into the death of a spa worker in las vegas. plus, on this veterans day, we will show you one servicemen's quest to swim the entire length of the mississippi. and country music star tim
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mcgraw joins us in the studio. finally, the annual victoria secret fashion show kicked off in new york last night. the highly anticipated event was over-the-top spectacle as usual. they wore lingerie and angel rings. before they graced the runway the angels spent hours preparing for the show. here are the new angels this year who walked for the first time. you can watch the victoria secret fashion show on december 8th right here on cbs. that is the "cbs morning news"

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