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runners on sunday. captioning funded by cbs good morning. 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." a deadly gun battle overnight ends a massive manhunt for a fugitive who attacked police. video shows a school bus driver hitting a student with special needs. other children scream at him to stop. plus, we welcome comedian john oliver back to studio 57. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. >> we hate to end it this way. not what we want ever, but there is is a feeling of relief that it is over and a community is safer now. >> a deadly manhunt ends in kentucky.
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the run for nearly a wichlteek. >> engine on fire! >> 17 people hurt from a plane taking off from ft. laueds detail. >> republicans looking at debate format changes with cnbc moderators and jeb bush insists this campaign is not over. >> drones spotted at kennedy airport. >> a drove report from the left side. >> a two-year budget bill passed by the senate and led by senator rand paul. >> what we have today is a left. >> a blazing gun battle between two biker gangs that broke out dead. >> sky diver stuck when he was left dangling from the aircraft. >> oh, look. making up on kiss cam. >> just when you thought you had
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seen everything. >> down the field he goes. gronkowski to the end zone for the touchdown. >> gronk being gronk so a good team win. >> and all that matters. >> paupl ryan is succeeding john boehner who is fighting tears. >> had turns and twists and even a few tears. nothing wrong with that. >> i renegotiated it down to two hours so we could get the hell out of here. not bad. >> trump, 2016! donald, you saved us from another hour and a half of that debate and you have earned my vote, as long as you can negotiate your presence down from four years to -- you know, two hours feels about right. announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by toyota. let's go places! welcome to "cbs this morning."
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two states is over after a deadly shoot-out overnight in kentucky. a state trooper and u.s. marble marshalled killed floyd cook. >> he allegedly shot and wounded a tennessee police officer. adriana diaz is in burkesville, kentucky. >> reporter: cook was found where you see the spot lights about half a mile down the road shortly after midnight. police in this area had nearly called off the search, until they located a heat signature they believed to be cook's body. the police found him lying in a ditch and shots were fired. >> he brandished a gun. shots were exchanged. and cook sustained wounds which ultimately led to his death. >> reporter: the 62-year-old fugitive was pronounced dead at the scene this morning and ending a week-long manhunt that spanned two states and involved close to a dozen agencies.- late last night, cook approached
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she recognized him and called 911. she is chosen to remain anonymous. >> i was clicking my keys to unlock my car and i thought i saw a shadow in the garage. and i looked at it again and i said, oh, my god, oh, my god! and my brother said, what is it? i said, it's him! it's him! >> tonight was the scary moment because, you know, we didn't know where he was. when you're searching in the dark that is an uneasy feeling. >> shots fired! >> reporter: police had been frantically searching the tennessee/kentucky border looking for cook after he allegedly shot a police officer on sunday. >> i know you're here. they are coming. >> reporter: police say that officer's life was saved by his bullet-proof vest. cook allegedly opened fire on another officer just an hour later while evading capture. cook has a rap sheet stretching back to the 1970s. he has been convicted of rape, burglary, robbery and assault.
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>> there is a feeling of relief that it is over. that the community is safer now just because we found him. >> reporter: police have not said whether or not cook was the first to open fire. earlier this week, two of his known associates were taken into custody. gayle? >> thank you very much. this morning, passengers on a flight to venezuela say it was chaos when an engine burst into flames before takeoff. more than 100 people had to evacuate the boeing plane in ft. lauderdale airport. david begnaud is at the airport where hundreds of other flights were delayed or cancelled. >> reporter: the nbtsational transportation safety board will arrive on the scene today to figure out what happened. firefighters were on the scene within two minutes. everyone was off of that plane
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within six. and everyone is talking about the pilot behind that dynamic aircraft which saw what appeared to be fuel coming from dynamic flight 405. >> engine on fire! >> engine on fire. >> reporter: cell phone videoscaptured plumes of smoke as it sat on the runway. the passengers and crew members evacuated on emergency slides. >> a see black smoke all going over the window and then the flames. >> reporter: siblings daniella and her brother were flying home to venezuela. at that moment when you turn and you see flames on the wing of the plane, what was that like? >> my mind just went blank. i just want to get out. >> we went from the side that it was, like, the flames. >> reporter: so you exited on the side where the engine was on
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all smoke. so when you, like, went down the slide, you couldn't see anything. >> reporter: the fire temporarily shut down the ft. lauderdale airport and crews used foam to extinguish the flames. 21 people were taken to broward medical center and one received treatment for burn injuries. a national transportation safety board team is now investigating what caused the apparent fuel leak. the second time a boeing plane engine has caught fire the last two months. . in september a boeing 777 engulfed in flames in las vegas at an airport. >> there is layers of inspection is designed to catch things like this but every once in a while, something calls in the cracks. not detected. >> reporter: in a statement, dynamic international airways said, quote, we would not like to speculate about the potential causes of the incident.
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other authorities. charlie, the people trying to get to caracas yesterday should make it there today. there is another dynamic flight today leaving for caracas around 12:30. a two-year budget deal ready for default is ready for the president to sign. the senate passed the measure overnight beating an upcoming deadline. the vote was delayed when rand paul spoke for an hour denouncing the deal. the package raises the federal debt limit through march of 2017 after the next election. it increases military and domestic spending by 80 billion dollars. jeb bush is puck back against critics this morning who say his presidential campaign is failing. bush's performance in wednesday night's debate is getting low marks, especially his attack on marco rubio for missing votes in the senate. the former florida governor brought a new slogan to new hampshire. jeb can fix it. he told reporters on thursday we
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have the most money and we have the greatest organization and we are doing fine. the largest ever diplomatic push for peace in syria is under way this morning in vienna. new video from inside syria shows the war's violence and what appears to be a helicopter dropping barrel bombs on damascus. explosions rocked the area. a group says another government attack on a marketplace yesterday killed dozens. margaret brennan is at the state department with the high stakes peace talks. margaret, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. secretary of state john kerry is trying to broker a cease-fire between syrian president bashar al assad and the rebels battling him. nearly 20 countries have gathered in vienna to do this but already there is a disagreement with russia objecting to the presence of any american forces inside the war zone that has become a safe haven for extremists like isis. now the obama administration reluctantly agreed to bring iran into the talks for the first
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time. the iranians and the russians are assad's biggest supporters and they have recently helped him gain the upper hand on the battlefield. yet, both agreed to come to vienna to at least talk about a political transition to eventually replace him. but there are serious disagreements over when assad would exit power and if it happens too quickly, whether isis could take advantage. now, u.s. officials say that today's talks are about getting the country's sponsoring the fighting to stop. but no peace process can succeed without the support of syrians and, charlie, none of them were even invited to the negotiating table. >> thanks, martinged. the pentagon's former special operations commander says more american ground forces are needed to fight is circumstances in syria and iraq. the navy s.e.a.l. appeared last night on my pbs program.
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>> assess where you think the options are in syria for the united states in the battle against isis and other groups. >> you know, now we have to be able to devise a strategy i think to go after isis that is more than the word connective but more than just a drone strikes and air strikes against the leadership. that is a component you have to deal with isis but recognizing that isis in iraq we need to partner with the iraqi soldiers and more than partner just on the foreign operating basis. we need to get out and have boots on the ground and we need to be true partners with them as they begin to root out isis in iraq. >> partners meaning they will be on the front lines fighting with them providing other kind of services? >> well, again, i will defer to the secretary and the president and joe dunford on that but bill -- >> bill -- >> we absolutely need to be on the front lines with him. i mean, this is a serious national security issue. and in order to deal with it, we are going to have to put young
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men and women at risk again and put boots on the ground. >> boots on the ground? >> absolutely. >> he also says the united states needs to stay engaged in afghanistan. he calls the war against isis and the taliban a generational fight. in iowa, a school bus driver is behind bars accused of assaulting a special needs student. video of the incident is disturbing. other students with cell phones recorded the violent confrontation on thursday in the back of the crowded bus. elaine quijano is here with how the students spoke up. >> reporter: according to kids on the bus, the is a-year-old special needs student was not following the instructions of the driver. when the student said something inflammatory to the driver and allegedly threw something at him, the driver stopped the bus. gracy foster grabbed her cell phone and started recording the violent confrontation after driver robert scarborough stopped the bus. >> the bus driver through him down on the ground and started yelling at him. i was shaking and everyone was crying around me.
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video as the student throws an object at scarborough. he walks toward the student and according to police, grabbed the special needs student by his jacket, pulled him out of his seat and struck him in the face. >> you don't say that to me! >> oh, my god! >> hey, stop! >> artie was sitting next to the student. >> he was hitting him in the head and he has a disability in his head. he is supposed to be like watching us, not hurting us. >> oh! >> whoa! >> reporter: students on the video can be heard crying and screaming at the driver to stop. >> hey! hey! >> stop! stop! >> reporter: the driver returns to the seat and drove to the next stop. students saw a police car parked nearby and ran off the bus to alert the officer. >> sit down! >> you can't do that! >> reporter: 61-year-old robert scarborough was arrested at the scene and taken to jail on charges of assault causing
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injury and child endangerment. the johnston community school district posted a statement on its website saying, in part, quote. >> elaine, thanks. a new hampshire prep school graduate will spend one year in jail for statutory rape convictions. 20-year-old owen labrie gave the sign of the cross and looked up thursday before the judge handed down his punishment. he will spend five years on probation after his release. he will also be forced to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life. labrie remains it was a consensual encounter with the girl who was 15 at the time. >> cbs news legal expert rikki
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klieman is here. >> good morning. >> is this a reasonable and fair sentence? >> prosecution and the defense say it is fair so am i to differ? what you have here is a compromise on the part of the judge. he is looking at what the jury found. the jury found statutory rape, meaning that the reason he is convicted of three misdemeanors of statutory rape is simply because the girl was under age. he was acquitted of the forcible rape. on the other side of that, he is convicted of a felony, which is the cause of the great punishment here. >> on the sex offender list for the rest of his life? >> what happens in misdemeanor sexual assault or statutory rape in new hampshire is you do not register as a sex offender. however the felony, which is the use of a computer to lure or entice a minor into sex, that
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carries a make any difference toshy -- mandatory sex offender for life. >> if he had used the phone he would not be on the sex offender list? >> absolutely. because he used e-mail and facebook, it puts him in the jackpot. >> this means he can never coach his child's soccer team or can't pick up his child at the school. >> that is absolutely correct. people do not know, unless they have listened to the litany from jay carney yesterday of what it means to be a sex offender for life. and what happens here is that this is a young man who might have been a pastor, might have been a teacher, and he cannot do either of those things either. >> why does it matter he used a computer instead of a phone? >> it's simple the statute. the statute says use of a computer that was original designed for pedestrianophiles using the internet for sex. >> thank you. the military is working this
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of a blimp that crash landed in rural pennsylvania. army investigators want to know how the high-tech airship broke its tether in maryland on wednesday and drifted across two states. chip reid is in muncy, pennsylvania, where the blimp came down. >> reporter: good morning. this army program was supposed to take defense of the east coast to new heights. instead one of the two blimps is indefinitely grounded in maryland. the other is here in pennsylvania stuck in a deep ravine. the 243-foot balloon was part of a military exercise designed to guide missile defense systems to incoming threats along the eastern seaboard. now it's languishing in a remote wooded area. on thursday, state police blasted it with shotguns, firing at least 100 rounds to help it fully deflate. ken hunter already startled by the barrage. >> they better get it deflated as soon as possible. >> reporter: so they filled it
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>> you could hear the shots. no question about it. if they were deer hunters, they were log a lousy job! >> reporter: the tail was packed into a truck yesterday and electronics were removed. army spokesman matt villa says a technical recovery team is trying to figure out how to get the rest of the 10,000-pound aerial detext system out of a deep ravine. >> we are looking at options at using a helicopter to pull some of the equipment out. >> reporter: a second blimp in aberdeen, maryland, has been grounded indefinitely. the aerostats were tethered with cables 1 and and-eighth inch thick. tefs supposed to withstand hurricane force winds. we asked the army about that tether. >> we don't worry about the tether. 1 in a million chance of that tether breaking. >> reporter: yesterday, i asked that officer if he wanted to backtrack on those odds. >> that really is what the published chance was.
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and when you say 1 in a million, there is one. >> reporter: members of congress are now asking the secretaries of defense and transportation for a briefing. they want to know exactly what went wrong. norah? >> just incredible. chip, thank you so much. we go inside the biker brawl that claimed nine lives. the powerful wind out of the weather at 7 to 17. breezy, not as breezy as yesterday afternoon. far cooler, in the 40s into the hudson valley around the area. a lot of folks upper 40s low 50s. remember tonight into tomorrow colder still. that will set us up for a halloween in the mid-50s. low 60s sunday.
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let's go places. pushing new car technology to its limits and beyond. ahead, videos that reveal how some drivers are taking a carmaker's autopilot feature way too far. the news is back in the morning right here on "cbs this
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of heartbreak good morning, it is friday, october 30th. it will be a dry day out there today, but a lot cooler than yesterday. i'm chris wragge. new this morning, two people narrowly escaped a burning car in yonkers. it happened around 1:30. passers-byby saw a fiery scene and helped pull a man and woman out before the car burst into flames. the vehicle veered off road, crashed into trees, bounced back into the road and then caught fire. the driver and passenger are listed in stable condition. another crash in westchester a car slammed into the little spot restaurant on north broadway and white plains. no word on the condition of the driver. he was the only person in the car. the restaurant was heavily
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damaged, firefighters had to stabilize the restaurant with struts. now to the championship chase. the mets hoping the home field will get them a couple of wins. tonight they turn a rookie, noah syndergaard, with a blazing fast ball, billy joel will sing the national anthem. first pitch 8:07. going to need the extra layer at the game? here's john elliott. >> reporter: absolutely. yeah in the 40s when you leave. going to be dry, dry right now but cool. 43 in monticello and sparta. 37 in the hamptons. these numbers compared to yesterday, if you have been out you know. anywhere from 13 to 28 degrees colder today. so it is back to normal. you are going to see readings in the mid-50s to right around 60. a mix of clouds. models ending it with more clouds, halloween, definitely more clouds in the afternoon and at night. temperatures will be in the mid- 50s for a good part of the area
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and trick or treating temperatures in the low 50s, but staying dry. there is a chance of a passing shower on sunday. notice though a little shift in the wind will get us back in the low 60s, and then an even more significant warm up in the works next week. thanks so much. i'm chris wragge. we are back with another local update in 25 minutes.
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after this. boo his for this story at last night's hockey game between the pittsburgh penguins and buffalo sabres. the visiting sabres coach toss a young fan a souvenir puck but at least he tried. look at this. an adult grabbed the puck from the little boy so the penguins came to the rescue and made sure this little guy got not only a puck but a jersey and a big hug from the mascot. even the friends of this man are going, dude, why did you do that? >> yeah. he clearly tossed it to the boy the first time around. >> i'm happiest for him because he got all of that attention. >> for the little boy or the little man? >> the little boy. >> the man today is like not nice. welcome back to "cbs this morning." this half hour a bloody battle between rival biker gangs.
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gun fight at a texas restaurant. plus "60 minutes" on heartbreak in the heartland. we will go inside a growing drug epidemic. one young woman's unexpected dissent into aduckion. a turkey faith movement secretly funded 200 trips for american lawmakers and their staff. the turkish government accused this sect. accusing members associated bhoochlt movement. the house ethics committee is said to approve all of the trips but some of the disclosures reportedly contain false information. "wall street journal" reports on an iranian american businessman arrested in iran. cbs news confirms that masei was detained two weeks ago as he was
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he is the fourth iranian american to be detained in iran in recent years. >> the "los angeles times" reports on thousands of drug offends released today. it will help with prison about 6,000 prisoners will be released back into their communities. more than 1,700 are noncitizens who face possible deportation. the faa is investigating a drone scare near a busy airport. one flight was approaching jfk international airport on thursday. a drone was discovered hovering about 2,000 feet. the plane landed without incident. the faa says 40 drones have been reported near jfk since last november. "the washington post" is reporting today on the plans that walmart and target for the
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walmart starts cutting prices on sunday without high low pricing gimmicks and is offering free shipping for orders more than $50 and at target free seasonal shipping starts on sunday and some are offering curbside service pickup for online orderers. questions about dramatic video recordings capture a deadly biker gang shoot-out. the video was leaked to cnn. the clash happened in waco, texas, in may. don dahler is here with the video and the controversy. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the video is stunning and graphic. it shows the moments before the deadly shoot-out between rival biker gangs. the bandidos and the cossaks. the video appears to be the video they collected at the scene but says their office did not release it. the video obtained by cnn shows member of the cossaks on a patio
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the bandidos ride in. the one thinks they ran into one of their members and the crowd comes in and the bullets start fire. one draws its gun and aims it at the parking lot. moments later another biker is covered in blood. the bikers scrambled for cover and one seen firing his weapon and stashs it after the police arrive. one shows a biker sliding a gun to his biker brother. inside the restaurant waitresses run for cover and customers hide under their tables as the chaos outside continues. way dough police were onwaco police were on the scene. the blood shed left 9 people dead' 20 injured.
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all were initially charged with engaging in organized crime, but so far, no one has been charged in connection with the nine deaths. cnn also obtained graphic crime scene photos which included images of hundreds of weapons, including knives, brass knuckles, and more than 150 guns that were recovered after the assault. but the question remains who leaked this evidence? >> i certainly have theorys or guesses as others may as well. but, again, those are theorys and guesses. >> reporter: waco police say it did not come from them or the district attorney's office. >> we are continuing to abide by the gag order and will continue to do what that judge has asked us to do, which is not speak any further on the twin peaks matter. i think somebody will have some pretty serious explaining to do. >> reporter: now one thorough circulate theory circulating is the evidence was leaked by one of the lawyers defending one or more of the bikers arrested after they received it through the discovery process.
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if that is the case it would be an ethical and legal violation. >> don, thank you so much. this morning, an inside look at a drug epidemic causing heartbreak throughout the country. the cdc say the number of people who say they use heroin increases about 150% from 2007. sunday on "60 minutes," bill whitaker goes to the heartland of ohio to report on a crisis that is touching many neighborhood. here is a preview. >> reporter: i'm sitting here looking at you and you look young and fresh. you're the girl next door. and you are addicted to heroin? >> i mean, obviously it's very flattering you say i don't look like a junky, but even miss america could be a junk ie. anybody could be a junkie. >> reporter: hanna mars is in college now. she says she has been a clean for a year but in high school, she was using heroin. hanna lives outside of columbus in the upper middle class suburb
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of worthington. her parents are professionals. the median income here is 87,000 a year. before she got hooked on heroin, hanna thought it was just another party drug. how did you get to those depths? what was the path you took? >> i started with weed. it was fun. i got to good weed. it went to, oh, my gosh, i went to pill and it was still fun. percocet, xanax and all of that kind of stuff and heroin. i started smoking it at 15 and thought it was amazing. >> reporter: you remember even now? >> oh, yeah. let's say i had never done a drug in my life. i normally would be happiness out of 6 or a 7 out of a scale of 10 and heroin and you're automatically at 26 and you're like, i want that again. >> reporter: hanna says the heroin was so addictive that rather quickly she and several
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other students went from spoking it at parties and then smoking it up at high school. >> like smoking it in the bathroom at high school. a syringe in my purse ready to go. >> wow. you can watch sunday's "60 minutes" to see how heroin is so easy to get and what communities are doing to stop the overdoses. i hope that is a real wake-up call. >> me too. it's not a party drug. >> we keep hearing more and more people are trying it. >> who you least expect. ahead, can drivers handle the new autopilot technology that is already on the on road? >> i'm john blackstone. highway 280 through silicon valley, driving or well, actually not driving, a tesla in autopilot feature. we will have more on tuesday la auto pilots coming up on "cbs this morning." if you're heading off to work out the door, today we don't understand because it's our 1,000th show! don't you want to stick around? if you have to go, you have to go. set your dvr so you can watch
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tesla drivers have been experimenting can the carmakers new autopilot system. some have posted videos of frightening experiences to youtube. tesla rolled out a model two weeks ago. john blackstone tried out a new tesla and he outside of san francisco in corte dahma deer rah. >> this car can almost drive itself and it's made by tesla. once in the driver's seat, you choose settings on the big screen and then turn on autopilot. but that brings up this big warning that tells you exactly when and how to use autopilot safely. but it's a warning many drivers have been ignoring. >> what you got to do, oh! ha. you would have taken out the cones!
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>> reporter: the evidence is in youtube video suggesting autopilot is a good way to get a thrill ride while pushing technology to its limits. >> whoa. >> oh, hello. austin meyer here. >> reporter: when he posted a video of himself driving while reading a paper, he ended with an admission he was on a private road with someone else looking out ahead. but he realizes other may not be as careful. >> it feels like the wild west to some degree because tesla is releasing an autopilot before it's bullet proof but to me this is absolutely wonderful because it lets us see where the technology is going. >> reporter: colby brookland is tesla's director of communications. should you have taken more measures to tell people what they should not do when they switch this on? >> we have been very clear with our customers what the intengs intentions of these features are. we trust our customers and expect them to be responsible. >> i can do this?
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the wheel but i think you're being responsible and your eyes are on the road and your hands are by the steering wheel. that is most important. >> reporter: the brakes go on automatically too close to a car. that showed up in a testing. but what happens if a tesla in autopilot fails to stop an accident? >> by marketing a system that does some, but not all of the driving, tesla could be setting itself up for liability, first, it if the vehicle malfunctions, but second, if the driver of the vehicle misuses or abuses the system. >> reporter: somebody is going to get in an accident. will tesla be liable for that? >> if there is unfortunately an accident, the driver is in control of the car. >> reporter: other automakers are offering features like crash avoidance but right now the tesla is the closest thing to a
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buy, even though rules govern self-driving cars are still in development. why do it now until waiting when regulations are in place? >> tesla, we are pushing that technology forward and showing the world what is possible. >> reporter: after going down a freeway at 65 with no hand, i can certainly understand that temptation to push this technology a little too far. adding autopilot to a tesla costs 2,000500500. it may be hands-free but it's certainly not a free ride. >> did you hear about this? taylor swift fights back saying she didn't lie about being assaulted. ahead, the radio host who insists he was not the one who groped the pop star. plus a big scare for a sky diver who dangled on the outside of this plane.
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good morning. it is 7:56 on this friday, october 30th. cool temperatures with lots of sun today. i'm chris wragge. john elliott will have your forecast. two people narrowly escaped a burning car in yonkers. it happened around 1:30 this morning on the sawmill river parkway. passers-byby saw a fiery scene and helped pull a man and woman out of the car. it veered off the road, crashed into several trees, then back into the road and caught fire. both are listed in stable condition. another setback for the second avenue subway. the mta, is cutting $1 billion for the next phase of the lynn from its capital plan.
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line to 125th street in harlem until 2020 or later. the first segment will run from 63rd street to 96th street. tonight ghosts and goblins will rome the halls of graci mansion. the de blasio family will host a spooky halloween party. last year they dressed up and turned the mansion into a haunted house for the night. unfortunately, though, we are told the event is already sold out. here's john elliott. >> the mayor had like a 12 act pack, did you see that? a lot of crunches. a big change from yesterday. onage, about 15 degrees cooler. readings right now still in the 40s. 60 your high today, tacking on 10 from where we are right now. normal high is 5. cooler tonight, 30s for the suburbs. 41 in the city. tomorrow day, cooler, 56. watch for more clouds in the
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after this. it is friday, october 30th, 2015. the day before halloween! welcome back to "cbs this morning." there is more real news ahead, including the courtroom battle brewing between taylor swift and a radio host. they are suing each other over a groping accusation. first, here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. cook was found where you see those spot lights. police are nearly called off the search until they spotted a heat search that appeared to be his body. >> they said they averted a disaster. firefighters on the scene within two minutes. john kerry is trying to broker a cease-fire between syrian president and the rebels battling him.
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president obama to sign but was delayed because rand paul spoke for an hour. >> this terrible, rotten, no-good deal. >> the student said inflammatory to the driver and aledlegedy threw something at him. the driver stopped the bus. one of the two blimps is indefinitely grounded and the other is stuck in a deep ravine. a car that can almost drive itself. adding autopilot to a tesla costs $2,500 and it's certainly hands free but not a free ride. >> here is bernie sanders wearing his halloween costume as doc brown. paul ryan is going as eddie munster and jeb bush is going ago former presidential
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candidate jeb bush! i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. for the second time in two months, the ntsb is investigating an engine fire on a boeing jetliner. dynamic airways flight 405 was about to take off thursday from ft. lauderdale. instead more than a hundred people on board had to escape down the emergency chutes. >> the passengers told us that people were screaming and falling all over each other. at least 21 were taken to hospitals but only one was seriously hurt. the fire forced hundreds of other flights to be delayed or cancelled. this morning, the new speaker of the house is promising to solve problems, not add to them. paul d. ryan was sworn in thursday to replace john boehner, the former vice presidential candidate said it is time for the two parties to work together. >> the 2012 presidential candidate mitt romney watched as house members voted for his running mate.
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including his son. >> moment. >> it really was an incredible speech and ryan voted to take on the tax poverty and the debt. his name is officially on the wall outside of the speaker's house and you can see they ask them to add the d. there. paul d. ryan. speaker ryan will talk to john dickerson this sunday on "face the nation." his other guests will be marco rubio and steny hoyer and that is sunday on cbs. >> does the d. stand for davis? i'm just guessing. i don't know. >> i should know that. >> family name. >> we will find out before this broadcast is over, guarantee you. this morning, taylor swift is firing back at a former radio host who sued her last month. the deejay claims swift falsely accused him at a concert in taylor and leading to his fire. taylor swift is countersuing and saying he sexually assaulted her
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and she is willing to face a trial to prove that. vaed vaed. >> reporter: david mueller was known to his listeners as jackson host ago morning show. he admits taylor swift was probably groped that day, only he wasn't the one responsible. >> reporter: the bad blood between taylor swift and david mueller just got worse. take a look what you've done because baby now we got bad blood >> reporter: swift says in a countersuit while posing for a photo at a meet and greet in june of 2013 mueller lifted her skirt and groped her bottom. the encounter left her and alarmed. i can make >> reporter: swift is known for using her music to settle scores. and her security later kicked mueller out of the concert. darling i'm a nightmare
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>> reporter: her manager complained to the radio station and provided the video which has not been released. two days later, mueller is out entertainment lawyer doubts smith will settle the case and she has already stood up to music industry titans like apple and others. >> they think celebrities will dish out the dough instead of fighting the lawsuit. mr. mueller must be living under a rom if he thought he could bully taylor swift. >> reporter: he says his false accusations hindered him to be hired for another job. he says eddie haskell was the real groper. mueller claims how haskell claimed he put his arms around her and hands on her bottom. according to her filing, miss swift knows exactly who
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committed the assault. it was mulen and she is not confused in the slightest how her long term business acquaintance mr. haskell was the culprit. >> that legal team very astutely asked for a jury trial. people are just going to be far more inclined to believe her than an obscure radio deejay. >> reporter: eddie haskell told "cbs this morning" he could not comment because it was a personnel and human resources issue. swift says she filed a countersuit to help victims of sexual assault and that any damages will be donated to charities dedicated to protecting women. >> i don't know. thank you, vlad. i would not want to take on >> absolutely. >> to be continued, for sure. >> the allegations are outrageous what he did. >> we know the middle name. >> you do? it's paul davis ryan. that was his father's name, paul davis. >> you could say one man owns the internet with a record breaking billion views.
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this morning we will introduce you to pewdiepie. >> reporter: are you looking for global domination? >> wait. am i not there already? >> that is a first.
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these migrants and refuges called lazy. you want to talk about lazy migrants, i'm a lazy migrants. i left a country by airplane and the only thing i escaped were fog and public irch dense didn't want to be royal turf. >> ow. >> let me get him introduced here. all right? >> okay. okay. go ahead. >> last week john oliver is never far behind when it comes to talking about the news. the show is in its second season. it has been renewed for two more. john oliver, welcome back to studio 57. >> a pleasure to be back in studio 57. >> are you aware what is going on between the two of them? >> i'm aware what is happening
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time. those elegant thing every morning. i love it. >> here is what fortune 40 list of what you're on and "vanity fair" says oliver has established himself as perhaps the most disruptive journalist on television. interesting. stay with me. okay? stay with me. >> okay, i'm with you. i'm back. >> journalist, first of all. secondly, disruptive. >> right. >> how do you plead? >> to disruptive? i prefer that word and i hate that word. no, i'm not a journalist at all, obviously. obviously, i'm a comedian. am i disruptive comedian? i think comedians are by their nature disruptive. so, yeah. >> but you're not taking obvious subjects. you're not doing that to news others. >> we forced ourselves into that corner so last to the buffet any way, so why not pick the items
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on the buffet no one is interested? >> it's not last week tonight? >> it's very much not that. it's something happening perennially. >> let me read you a couple of things. after your story on bail, the new york mayor said he will ease policies for low level offends. one. after your rant on u.s. territory rights, the judge -- this is my last one. your famous neutrality segment got the public to react so strongly, it crashed the fcc web. web. >> website. >> crashed the website. >> no, it crashed the whole web. the whole web went down. >> you know what i mean. is it intimidating to you or something you say i can't wait to get in is in there. >> i ignore all of that. the ripple effect after the show -- buns we have done the show, we are finished. i would argue that we had very little to do with any of those things. i think some of those things failed.
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changing and we were just shining a light on the problems towards the end of that process. >> but you're shining a light on the absurd public policy. >> there are a lot of absurd public policies to shine lights on, so yes. we look toward things not covered too much and further had are inherently ridiculous. >> why have you decided to shine a light on our sex talk? we haven't been giving you enough material lately. >> not so much shine a light on it as your sex talk shines a light outward. >> you're welcome. >> charlie covering his face like a bashful french girl! >> he is so bashful about sex! he is so bashful about sex. >> that's right. he is such a retiring pilot. >> you're cracking me up, john! >> mr. duffy. i'm undone. >> i've never heard charlie rose described as a french girl! >> he is described as many things. >> the imagine of that is really funny.
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really funny. how do you take on politics? i love watching your take on politics. >> yeah. >> there we go. >> let's say sex, we approve, we are in favor. >> you're in favor? that is good. that's right. it's a nice way to get up this morning. much more sexual tension here than whatever matt lauer is doing. i don't know what he is dressed up as. i am guessing a giant carrot. >> no, he is charlie rose and she is norah o'donnell. these are our costumes. this is it. >> the politics, i love your take on politics in this country. do you and your writers get in the room and said i can't believe he said what? >> well, we kind of stay -- we kind of get to that. we get to i can't believe he said what once we start looking at the story. we tend to start with the story and then look at people's reactions to it. so our entry is rarely someone saying something stupid.
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and then the people saying things stupidly comes soon afterward. >> if it's not changing in season two, is it evolving? >> it's definitely evolving. i feel we are getting a little more stable in how we do things, chapg the process a little bit and trying toed things long form. occasionally, we set up a church this year. that involves -- >> collect donations? >> that involves -- >> to make money. >> involves a relationship for about seven months. >> shining the light on the u.s. tax system? >> exactly. so i think long term, with we would like to play with some things researching and putting something together for months, as well as just a week. >> your sign says it's season two and you're changing it all up but you've been renewed for seasons three and four. >> we will screw it up. >> bravo. >> about to start our slow defense into failure. >> what do you think of this process we have? i mean, in terms of the debates we have had. we just had another republican debate the other night.
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>> undeniably long. no one can say the american democratic process is not long or way too long. >> everywhere. >> a lot of balloons involved and regular democracy looks like a 4-year-old birthday party. >> a lot of debates. >> a lot of debate. a lot of talking without a great deal being said. so, no, it's very frustrating to me. the amount of coverage of the election, years, often years before it happens. >> you've endorsed donald trump? >> i have endorsed donald trump? very much not done that. >> i know. >> on any level. i don't really care about him in any capacity. >> you wouldn't want to have him on your show? >> on my show? >> yes. >> no. there is nothing to say to him. he has said everything he wants to say. he has no internal monologue, that man. not like you're seeing the secret nugget he has been holding back. he is an open book and that open book doesn't have many interesting words in it. >> pleasure to have you here.
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10-year-old alean that mulhern wants to change the constitution so she can someday be president. the problem is not her age. she was born in china and came to the u.s. when she was 10month-old when she was adopted. he she says it's not fair only americans born in this country are eligible. >> i know that i am an american. first and foremost. first of all, i love my country and want to serve my country and this is my country. >> great for her. she wants the u.s. congress to amend the constitution so foreign-born children can be president. ahead, a cartoon defense. >> i'm richard schlesinger of "48 hours." what linda duffy shot her husband to death near los angeles, she claims it was an accident and offered a defense that was so bizarre, one veteran homicide detective thought it
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she quoted bugs bunny and elmer good morning. it is 8:25 on this friday morning. cool temperatures with lots of sun today. john elliott will have your full forecast in just a moment. but first breaking news. after months of speculation mayor bill de blasio has endorsed hillary clinton. the mayor made the announcement this morning. >> i have seenler vision and platform develop over five months. i'm extremely pleased at what she has put on the table. she has a history of fighting that convinces me. >> mayor de blasio we want on to say hillary clinton knows how to address economic inequality and touted her history of tackling other issues like paid family leave, pre-k for all kids and voting rights. the mayor managed clinton's campaign for sent not in 2000. two people narrowly escaped
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it is set to open in the summer of 2017. now here's meteorologist john elliott. >> hopefully they will have parking. can you imagine that during a jets or giants game? in the city right now it is sunny and 50. wind out of the west at 7. down a bit. the numbers are down too, anywhere from 38 to 50 for readings right now and we are a lot cooler than we were yesterday. 13 to 26 degrees cooler out the door. so 60 this afternoon. close to where we should be, yesterday tying records in the area in the 70s. none of that. going to be cool today. an autumn winter. a nice mix of sun and clouds. more clouds for your day tomorrow. don't forget, overnight tonight looking at readings in the low 40s in the cities. that means the 30s are back for the suburbs. thank you so much. we are back with another look in 25 minutes.
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welcome back to "cbs this morning." this half hour, a wife called it a game inspired by a cartoon. but it ended with the death of her husband. "48 hours" looks at the shooting that left investigators wondering if they really should believe the bugs bunny defense. plus, pewdiepie the youtube giant earns millions of dollars from videos like these. see how he is channeling success and critics ahead. right now time to show you this morning's headlines from around the globe. "glamour" announced its winner of the year. this year's honorees include the following. >> get this.
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britain's daily mirror reports that listening to eminem's music can make you run 10% faster. >> really? >> look. if you had one shot -- >> reporter: researchers say songs like "lose yourself," they have a highly motivationalal edge and can boost athletic performance over long distances. >> it's actually on my ipad. i haven't updated that list but i will add it back on. >> 10% best here. >> all right. "wall street journal" reports on the pursuit of james bond film rights kicking into high gear. the latest james bond movie opens this week overseas and in the united states next week. the u.s. edition for the spy series expires. some movie studios are planning
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next series of bond adventures. life may imitate art but does death ever do the same? a south california woman faces charges. she offers answer that may be the first. have you ever heard of the bugs bunny defense? tomorrow night on "48 hours" they examine the case that has divided investigators. here is a preview of richard schlesinger's report. >> i have handled hundreds of firearms. >> reporter: as an experienced firearms examiner, tracy peck had never seen a case like the shooting of patrick duffy when homicide detectives shannon lauren and sean mccarthy brought her the file and the gun. >> they had a woman who accidentally shot her husband with a revolver. >> reporter: linda admitted accidentally shooting her husband in their living room on april 26th, 2007.
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how she did it was odd. to say the least. >> you have to understand pat and i joke around a lot with each other. >> she said we have this thing that we always do. we morph into cartoon character. >> reporter: they what? >> morph into cartoons character. >> a bugs bunny with elmer fudd voice who says no more bullets. >> reporter: she says she thought the gun was empty like in one of their famous cartoons. >> she began to talk to him in their elmer fudd bullets and said she wanted to impress him and she walked over and picked the gun up. >> no more bullets? >> no more bullets? >> i told me there were no bullets in the gun! >> reporter: she said she decided to simulate firing it in a fan fire. any fan of old westerners know it. she said patrick had suddenly leaned into the line of fire. >> hands were right there!
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>> it's not a believable story. >> i wanted to believe her story. >> reporter: the detective mccarthy thought linda was too exsent rick to be lying. his pattern disagreed. >> like he was asleep on the couch and somebody walked up and shot him while he was asleep. >> reporter: it would take five years and linda was living in mississippi and remarried when investigators came to arrest her. the first trial focused on the bugs bunny defense dead-locked. now prosecutor bob villa is trying again to prove she is a murderess. >> this was an execution. >> linda's lawyer joe low argues. >> no motive, no intent, no crime. >> reporter: truth really is stranger than fiction. >> they loved to watch cartoons together. >> well, what do you know? >> they are kind of goofy. >> it all comes down whether it's one word or two from the jury? >> correct. >> reporter: guilty or not guilty? >> richard schlesinger is with us. good morning. >> good morning. >> bugs bunny is a defense?
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>> well, you know, as i said, truth is stranger than fiction. i've been doing this for, i don't want to say how many years. this. i asked the prosecutor if he had ever seen a case like this. of course, he hasn't because i don't think it's ever been done before. >> what is funny in the piece is when she said they morphed into cartoon character. you said they do what? like you can't believe what you're hearing. >> every now and then, people say things to me that are genuinely surprising. if you have a police officer say they morphed into bugs bunny, you would be surprised too. >> how is the second trial different than the first? >> it's very different. both lawyers had to adjust their strategies and what really -- what this story is really about is a really interesting view into how juries operate, because two juries, two different ways of handling it, it's interesting. >> let me tell you the promo for this episode is so good, richard. >> thank you. >> i already set my dvr. i already set it. thank you. >> you can watch richard's full report, it's called "the bugs
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this morning, one youtube personality is tops. he set a record last month reaching 10 million views. michelle miller met the man who is known as pewdiepie. >> reporter: as of now he has 42 million youtube followsers and combined. a year made possible by the digital age. >> my name is pewdiepie. >> how is it going? i'm pewdiepie. >> reporter: this is the international sensation. a loud! brass. >> son of it [ bleep ]. >> reporter: video game plaguing machine and this is the man behind it. >> i'm pewdiepie. >> reporter: a 26-year-old laid back and low-key man how much is
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one or the other? >> i think they are the same guy. pewdiepie is a guy you meet when i'm with my closest friends and strange i'm opening that guy for 40 million people zoo are you looking for global domination? >> wait. am i not there already? this might or might not be a bonus episode. >> reporter: he is certainly close. a mere five years ago, he started posting videos of himself playing on youtube. in just a few months, he had 100,000 followers. >> reporter: by 2013, he was gaining a subscriber every second. i believe i can fry >> reporter: what is it everybody loves about what you do? >> you ask my fans, they say i'm just a funny, silly guy they can relate to and enjoy watching. >> reporter: this last year this college dropout was the top
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million from ads and sponsorships. when did you realize i can make some money? this could be a career? >> when i got mice first paycheck. >> >> reporter: what that was paycheck for? >> more than i was making at the current job so i said, screw this, i'm out! >> reporter: now he does this full-time like others making six figures online and that doesn't mean everybody loves him. >> kill yourself. ouch. >> reporter: how do you deal with the haters out there? >> if some people don't like it, what am i going to do about it? i'm going to be on live television with steve friggin' colbert. >> reporter: what the star is doing now is embracing media from the olden days. >> welcome to television. >> oh, thank you. >> this is a steam-powered medium. >> cool. >> that runs on -- that your grandparents invented. >> reporter: using television to promote a book, a paperback
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called "this book loves you." >> i live in the virtual reality but i still think it's really cool to offer something to my fans they can hold in their hands. >> reporter: in new york, hundred dollars of fans showed up to see pewdiepie in tern. >> i get to meet fans face-to-face. that's when you're like, whoa this means a lot to people. >> reporter: do you feel this is fleeting and you've reached your 15 minutes of name? >> oh, we are going for the world domination, so i'm not done yet. >> reporter: it's a long road to world domination, because in real life, you can be beaten at your own game. >> whoa! no! >> reporter: ho! and i don't play every day! >> you beat him? all right. >> reporter: pewdiepie also known as felix inked another deal. it's a scary reality venture
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>> are you starting to figure it out. >> if i didn't love my job so much, i just might. >> pewdiepie, thank you, michelle. we look at the most unforgettable moments of the week and 1,000th episode for on "cbs this morning." we will be right back. my name is 208 ridge road. and i've...seen things. like the sock rampage of 2010. the sleep eating of 2012. and the babysitter make-out of 2014. gross.
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but now with nest cam, these guys can check in 24/7. so they can see all the crazy things i see. hey, ya little thief! did he have thumbs?! okay, now i've seen it all. nest.
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what can you say after 1,000 broadcasts? but to thank you for joining us for what has been and continues
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great journey and i must be the luckiest man in the world to sit >> thank you, charlie. >> i feel the same about all three of us. one said you are like a three-legged school. you did, too, charlie. a special thank you to the viewers because we wouldn't be here without the viewers and the crew who make us all look good. >> i think bring 100% of everything you do. a big shout to the producers and crews and editors who have done it every day and 1,000 episodes. you get to see us on television but the show is powered by everybody behind the scenes. a big thanks to you. >> and throughout the cbs news organization. >> that's right. >> i said to somebody, 1,000 shows, can you believe it? tony on the crusade, gayle, i've done 12,000 shows, so big deal. this is a big deal for us and we are really psyched about it and i can't wait to come back on monday.
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this is the weekend you turn your clocks back, by the way. >> an extra hour of sleep. many. just the idea of really being here and exchanging a sense of where we are in understanding what is going on and what the human condition is. >> we get to talk to the most interesting people in the world right here and we get to do it at 7:00 in the morning and react to the news and that is a lot of fun. >> from pewdiepie to the president of russia. that is quite a range! >> that is quite a range, indeed. >> we get to do that every single day. >> that does it for us this day. be sure to tun into the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley tonight and for news every hour of the day, watch our digital network cbsn. let's look back at the week that was. have a great weekend. >> his poll numbers tanked. that is why he's on the end.
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and he got nasty. >> the questions that are being asked shouldn't be trying to get people to tear into each other. >> we are talking about fantasy football? can we stop? >> reins priebus said they should be shamed. >> you called hillary clinton a lie, senator. >> you think if you ran, you could have run? >> i believe i could have won the nomination. >> he asked the student to leave and the school resource officer was called in to have her removed. >> we need a bunch of help. a crowd up here. >> bam. >> chambers reached this intersection full of people. >> canadian authorities confirm a boat sent out a mayday call. >> coast guard asked if we could find survivors in the water. >> wind gusts of 40 miles an hour in spanish ford, alabama. >> you can't drive by people stuck in the middle of the road. >> your seatback may not protect
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you or the people behind you. >> this is cbs news. can we have a moment? >> norma insists that the house is not spooked. >> we found a character who did not care for you. >> i can say it now. it was mutual. >> this game is won by the royals! >> we have lost -- we have lost our picture. >> can you imagine those that fox control room when the power went out? they freak out here if you lose a graphic! >> or mispronounce a word! >> cue the chris lick cam. the camera doesn't work today? okay, i see you, chris lick! >> have a beautiful -- i love your voice. >> you want to start over, right, charlie? >> no, i don't! i don't! >> here is the question. >> stop interrupting me! that's what i want!
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>> he is an only child, y'all! >> i didn't have a sharing gene when i came here! >> you know, i never expected to be on "cbs this morning" when i first started my twitter account. >> you like girls to twerk. norah was going to do it but she today. >> she showed me in the green room. she is really good. girls rule the world >> i've always wanted to be able to do that. >> keep your glasses on. >> charlie covering his face like a bashful french girl! there is much more central attention here than there is whatever matt lauer is doing. i don't know what he is dressed up like. i guess a giant carrot. i just want to celebrate i just want to celebrate
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i just want to celebrate morning. a cooldown, ahead of a big weekend for the city. john elliott will have your forecast. first breaking news after months of speculation mayor bill de blasio has endorsed hillary clinton, making the announcement this morning. >> i have seen her vision and months. i'm extremely pleased at what she has put on the table. but she has a history of fighting that convinces me. >> the mayor said hillary clinton knows how to address economic inequality and touted her history of tacking paid family leave, pre-k for all skids voting rights. the mayor managed clinton's campaign for senate in 2000. another setback for the
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the mf a, is cut -- mta is cutting it to 125th in harlem until 2020 or later. it will run from 63rd street to 96th street next year. now to the championship chase. >> the mets are back in queens tonight, hoping the home field will help get them some wins. they are down 2-0 in the best of 7 seasonton they turn to rookie noah syndergaard. billy joel will sing the national anthem. first pitch at 8:07. over to meteorologist john elliott. >> reporter: i am going to go out on a limb and say billy joel might have heated keys. 40s. cool. not as cold as the games earlier in the season. remember with the chicago cubs,
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it will be a little bit better than that. right now 45 to 53 around the area. relatively quiet, looking at sunny skies, giving way to a increasing clouds for your halloween night and a passing shower but warmer sunday. noon. york.com.
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