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what could be better than that? captioning funded by cbs it's friday, october 23rd, 2015. this is the "cbs morning news." marathon testimony for hillary clinton. the former secretary of state is questioned for more than 11 hours! but few new details emerge on the benghazi terror attacks. a suspect shooting a 4-year-old in a road rage incident has admitted to the crime. 22 people are arrested and 12 tons of pot are recovered when authorities uncover a massive underground drug smuggling tunnel. and you'll meet the texas
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the internet. >> someone just call brian wilson! good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. thanks for joining us. i'm anne-marie green. well, there were few new revelations about the benghazi attack following hillary clinton's 11-hour grilling by a republican reason controlled congressional committee. clinton was pressed about the events surrounding the deaths of four americans, including ambassador chris stevens. the mood was contentious. >> hillary clinton helped to close the book on one of the darkest chapters of her time as secretary of state with her testimony. some of the most tense moments, though, happened when she was questioned about her use of a private e-mail account. hillary clinton heads back to the campaign trail today after being grilled by lawmakers investigating the 2012 benghazi attacks.
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in testimony that spanned 11 hours, clinton managed to avoid political missteps. >> i thought more about what happened than all of you put together. i've lost more sleep than all of you put together. >> reporter: she not only defended her actions as secretary of state, but also her use of a private e-mail account. >> i cannot conduct most of the business that i did on behalf of our country on e-mail. >> reporter: things got heated when republican committee chair trey gowdy asked clinton about her frequent e-mail exchanges with long time friend sydney blumenthal. >> our ambassador was asked to hearing. >> we are better than using taxpayer dollars to try to destroy a campaign! >> reporter: in the end, chairman gowdy admitted the committee walked away with little new information. >> i don't know that she
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today than she has previous times she's testified. >> reporter: the latest quinnipiac poll shows clinton still in the lead among likely democratic voters in iowa with rival bernie sanders trailing close behind. this is the eighth investigation into the benghazi attacks this morning. some house democrats are showing signs they may quit the committee investigating the attacks again saying they haven't uncovered anything new and it's aimed at undermining clinton's presidential campaign. >> don champion here in new york, thank you. we will talk to the moderator of "face the nation" john dickerson about the benghazi hearing coming up on "cbs this morning." it seems to be all but certain that paul ryan will be the next speaker of the house after winning the support of the major republican factions, ryan formally announced his candidacy last night. ryan, a reluctant candidate, says he is ready and eager to be the speaker. a closed door republican
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election will be held next wednesday and the full house votes thursday. republican lawmakers will try to override president obama's veto of a defense bill. the president vetoed the legislation yesterday in an unusual oval office ceremony. the bill makes it harder to transfer prisoners from guantanamo bay and includes programs that are immune to spending limits. donald trump says he is surprised by a just released poll that shows him trailing ben carson in iowa. the quinnipiac university poll of likely republican voters released yesterday shows carson with 28% of the vote and trump with 20%. last month, trump held a single-digit lead over carson. after the poll was released, a controversial tweet appeared on trump's twitter account. ben karns is now leading in the polls in iowa. too much mon santo in the corn
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it was initially tweeted by someone else. residents on mexico's pacific coast is bracing for a dangerous hurricane that is packing winds of 185 miles an hour. it's forecast to make landfall today near pure vallarta. in west texas, residents captured dramatic video of a mobile home floating away in floodwaters. crews rescued dozens of people stranded in vehicles. remnants of hurricane patricia is expected to bring more rain today and tomorrow. heavy snowfall caused big headaches thursday for drivers in colorado. slick road conditions led to several accidents, stalling traffic on interstate 70. forecasters expected up to 7 inches in higher elevations.
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state john kerry meets with lavrov who wants to explain the russian air campaign against isis and potential resolutions to the syrian civil war. an american special operations soldier was killed during combat operations in iraq. the american was part of a raid, including iraqi kurdish commandos to free isis prisoners. five american hospitals were involved in yesterday's raid in a prison in northern iraq. 70 hostages including 20 iraqi soldiers who were about to be executed were executed. >> in addition the u.s. recovered important intelligence about isil. >> the pentagon says the u.s. special operation forces were only assisting the kurdish commandos. the raid was after mass graves were seen being dug inside the prison.
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at least 40 people were killed this morning when a bus and truck collided in southern france. the bus and truck crashed into each other near bordo. the man accused of killing a 4-year-old girl on an albuquerque, new mexico, freeway had its initial court appearance. tony torrez appeared on a tv screen from jail. >> reporter: with his wrists and ankles shackled, tony torrez made his first appearance before a judge in albuquerque, new mexico. he faces a half dozen charges, including murder. >> this is probably one of the most wanted and atrocious acts alleged i think in the history of the city. >> reporter: police say torrez confessed to killing 4-year-old lily garcia. she was in the back seat of her family's pickup truck traveling on the interstate in albuquerque
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off and exchanging words with lily's father and before pulling a gun and firing shots. lily was the only one hit, shot one time in the head. she was taken to the hospital, but doctors couldn't save her. >> the officers on the scene, it was traumatic for them. they literally saw a 4-year-old girl with a severe gunshot wound which she died from. >> reporter: the community is devastated. >> it just has broken our heart and, you know, it's just really, really sad. >> reporter: lily's father posted on facebook, she was the light of my life, adding my little girl showed me how to truly love. chris martinez, cbs news, los angeles. president obama is wading into the controversy over black lives matter. the president defended the movement thursday at a white house forum on criminal justice. he says it reflects real concerns among african-americans about how they are treated by police.
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>> the african-american community is not just making this up, and it's not just something being politicized. it's real and there is a history behind it, and we have to take it seriously. >> the comments come as the president is pushing to make the criminal justice system just fair. coming up on the "morning news." prescription drug wars. the drug company ceo who jacked up the price of a pill faces cheaper competition. later, five students are arrested in connection with an attack at a fraternity at the university of mississippi. this is the "cbs morning news"."ined with blood clots in my lung, it was serious. fortunately, my doctor had a game plan. treatment with xarelto . hey guys! hey, finally, somebody i can look up to... ...besides arnie. xarelto is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto is also proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, there's limited information on how xarelto and warfarin compare
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on the cbs "moneywatch" a drug at the center of a price gouging controversy gets some cheap competition. mcdonald's stock sizzle. hena daniels is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. >> reporter: stocks on wall street rebounded, recording their biggest gain in more than two weeks. the dow jones industrial average gained over 233 points. the nasdaq finished nearly 80 points higher. shares of mcdonald's surged owner 8%. that is mcdonald's stock biggest daily increase in seven years. mcdonald's reported restaurant sales rose for the first time in two years. mcdonald's attributed its sales junk to menu tweets. on the job trying to create a new corporate image. twitter ceo jack dorsey is giving $200 million of his stock to the employees. the stock will go to the employee equity pool and be available for bonuses and hiring new staff.
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dorsey owns shares worth an imeds 640 million. last week, twitter fired 8% of its work force, that is about 325 employees. news on the drug pricing controversy that has been making headlines. you may remember the controversial ceo that bought rights to daraprim in august and raising the price from $13.50 to $750 a pill. now he is being undercut. a special drugmaker say it will be selling $1 dose of daraprim. the men's apparel chain says when "saturday night live" compares your pricing, you have a problem. >> i need something that is absorbent andffordable. what do i reach for? a suit from joseph a. bank. it is effectively cheaper than paper towels. >> the ads haven't been good for business. they have been running since
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2012 and were making people question the quality of the clothes. joseph a. bank sales dropped 8% over the past quarter. >> thanks, hen. >> still ahead in the morning newsstand, meet the texas law hawk. we will show you the motorcycle riding lawyer whose commercials have become an internet hit. there's something out there. it's a highly contagious disease. it can be especially serious- even fatal to infants. unfortunately, many people who spread it may not know they have it. it's called whooping cough. and the cdc recommends everyone, including those around babies, make sure their whooping cough vaccination is up to date. understand the danger your new grandchild faces. talk to your doctor or pharmacist about you and your
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one person is dead and two wounded, following a shooting at tennessee state university in nashville last night. it was apparently prompted by an argument over a dice game. authorities say there's no indication of an active shooter. it's not known if the shooting victims are students or how severely they were injured. well, students are arrested in connection with an attack at an ole miss frat house. a texas lawyer draws attention for his wheels of justice. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. "the washington post" reports on more problems with the secret service. the inspector general warns that overworked agents are threatening security.
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investigators found two officers sleeping at their post. a secret service disagrees with the findings. the jackson clarion ledger reports five university of mississippi students were arrested in connection with a beating that left another student seriously injured. police say the victim was assaulted outside his fraternity house earlier this month. at least two of the suspects are members of another fraternity. the san diego union tribune reports u.s. and mexican authorities shut down another major cross border drug tunnel. investigators believe the drugs were flowing through the tunnel on wednesday using a rail system but it was quickly discovered. u.s. attorney laura duffy explained why they are building tunnels through california. >> they don't have to go through the rio valley. we have an area with quick
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routes to interstates. "the houston chronicle" reports on a lawyer who has taking an unusual approach to stand out from the crowd. >> brian wilson, the texas law hawk! challenge of justice! do wheelies! >> he calls himself the texas law hawk. the spots seem to be really paying off. wilson says he has received hundreds of calls from potential clients since the ads began airing. i want to know what the budget is for those ads. straight ahead, halftime brawl. violence breaks out among players at a college football game in mississippi. actress laverne cox is tapped to do "the time war" in a classic cult movie. sir, could you step aside? "sir"? come on. you know who i am. progressive insurance? uh, i save people an average of over $500 when they switch?
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>> don't get strung out. by the way i look don't judge a book by its cover i'm not much of a man but i'm not a lover >> generations of fans have sung along with kim curry in the rocky horror picture show. now another performer is taking on his role. laverne cox, a transgender star of "orange is the new black" will play the mad scientist. it will be a made for television reboot airing next fall. can't wait. on thursday into the"thursday night football," russell wilson going
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he hits rookie receiver tyler lockette for a 43-yard touchdown and gives seattle 17-0 lead over san francisco. the seahawks go on to beat the 49ers 20-3. a junior college football game in mississippi is called off before halftime when the team's brawl on the field. eastern mississippi community college was leading 48-0 when the fight broke out. the school's coach says tempers were running high after a team manager was hurt by the other team before the game even started. sumo wrestlers aren't exactly known for their speed, but three competitors put their sprinting skills to the test. they lined up at a track during some free time on their fall tour in japan. the middle wrestler picks up an early lead! but the sumo on the outside lane grabs the win! who knew they were so "light on their feet" sort of? coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," actor bradley cooper joins us in studio 57. i'm anne-marie green.
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where are we are not talking about politics. we are talking about benghazi. the big hillary clinton clinton hearing in congress, which has nothing to do with politics. this was about getting the truth and finding clear facts. >> i, i -- >> just wait. >> i'm waiting on the accurate statement. >> i'm getting -- right now. >> the only one you've asked for is sidney blummen that is all. >> you want to make sure the record is straight. do. >> well, go ahead. >> so clear. so concise. a vice principal at a utah middle school is being called a hero for saving the life of a student. the student fell ill during gym and it was all caught on
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ben rathcone has the dramatic footage. >> reporter: skyler nelson is one very blessed kid. he died right here on this gym floor and managed to be brought back to life. >> i'm fortunate. i feel like i get a second chance. >> reporter: it was one week ago at west jordan middle school. skyler was starting gym class and it was about 8:00 in the morning. students were warming up and running when suddenly. >> he just dropped. >> reporter: the dramatic scene was all caught on surveillance video. skyler is the one in the white shirt. he is running strong when, suddenly, he slows down and then just drops. >> i rolled him over. he was gasping for air. his eyes were up at the top of his head. >> it was horrifying. it's your worst nightmare. >> reporter: the principal arrived on the scene as someone called 911. it was a sight difficult to deal with but one garrison had to act quickly. >> i can't believe his life was in our hands. he essentially died right there in our gym.
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he wasn't with us. and -- >> reporter: he was gone? >> he was gone. >> the pulse was hard to find. >> reporter: the vice principal arrives and price jumps in action and does cpr. >> at that time, the adrenaline kicks in and you do what you've been trained to do. >> reporter: fortunately, just ten days early, price had just taken a cpr refresher course. >> it was definitely on my mind for how to -- what to do. >> reporter: the school resource officer also helped price with his cpr. >> knowing him, it affects you but you have a job to do. >> reporter: turns out skyler was born with a heart defect that was genetic. >> he is going to have a full recovery. i'm so grateful. >> thank you very much and i'm grateful and god bless you. >> it's amazing. that was kutr's dan rathcone reporting. coming up after your local
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a tribute to build a tribute to martin luther king jr. near a memorial and gloria steinum joins us. >> that's all ahead on "cbs this morning." that is the "cbs morning news" for this friday.
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