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abilities to do other jobs. captioning funded by cbs it's friday, november 6th, 2015. this is the "cbs morning news." travelers can expect tighter security at u.s. airports today as evidence mounts that a terrorist bomb is what brought down a russian jetliner in egypt. dangerous weather streaks across the south. a twister touches down in texas, while more severe weather soaks the region today. and true identity. how a teenager learned he had been living under a false name for more than a decade after he was reported missing. 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. today the department of homeland security is expected to announce tougher security measures for overseas flights. the extra measures will reportedly involve security checks made at certain foreign airports with direct flights to the u.s. and this comes amid growing suspicion that a bomb caused the crash of a russian airliner and it comes at the start of the busiest travel season of the year. johnathan vigliotti is in london. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. there are new reports that earlier this year, a security guard at sharm el sheikh airport allowed one tourist to skip security by paying money. sources tell cbs news the department of homeland security could unveil plans today to intrefs security for overseas flights bound for the u.s. the development follows a plane
crash in egypt that killed 224 people. on thursday, president obama acknowledged to a radio interviewer a bomb could have brought the plane down. >> i think there is a possibility that there was a bomb on board and we're taking that very seriously. >> reporter: the flight was traveling from sharm el sheikh to st. petersburg, russia, when it broke in mid air 23 minutes after takeoff. intelligence are suggested isis or an affiliate planted a bomb on the flight. many lawmakers are concerned. >> there have been four attempts to bring a bomb that goes through a magnetometer in this country, as you know, and so the world is really awashed with some very bad doings. >> reporter: sharm el sheikh has come ununder scrutiny someone at the airport helped get the bomb on to the plane. united kingdom temporarily the region wednesday. safe.
no problem at all. >> reporter: many of the tourists left stranded in the resort town are slowly beginning to travel home today. isis has taken responsibility for the crash but the group hasn't provided any evidence to support that claim. egypt's president call it propaganda. >> johnathan vigliotti in london, thank you. >> we will have more on the stepped-up security planned for yaever seas flights coming up on "cbs this morning." more potentially dangerous wet weather is expected in the southern plains today. heavy rains and flash flood warnings are posted across central texas today. late yesterday, a tornado touchdown down near ft. worth and ripping the roof off one building and causing significant damage to others. but, so far, no injuries have been reported. meteorologist larry maury of our dallas/ft. worth station ktv is following the storm system. >> showers and thunderstorms rolling through ohio and
fizzle out during the day but we will see showers and thunderstorms fire up across parts of the virginias and and mississippi. >> earlier, floodwaters invaded streets in austin. several drivers had to be rescued. there will be two fewer republican presidential candidates on the main stage for next week's debate. fox business network announced showdown. eight contenders led by donald trump and ben carson will share the stage. governor chris christie and mike mikeabee are being relegated to the so-called undercard debate. george pataki and lindsey graham are cut out altogether because they are both polling at less than 1%. trump and carson appear headed in opposite direction. on thursday they were granted secret service protection but
this morning, carson's campaign is talking about a story in his book. don champion is here with the latest on that. >> reporter: on in his book tilted "gifted hands," he talks how he became more religious but now he is changing the details of that story. >> what did you say to me? >> get off me! [ screaming ] >> benny! what did you do? >> reporter: the film adaptation of "gifted hands" portrays carson attacking a friend. he has spoken frequently about his transformation from a violent youth to the character on the debate stage. he says it was not a friend but a close family member he tried to stab. he said he changed their name to protect their identity. >> i never used the true names of people in books, you know, to protect the innocent. you know, that's something that
for centuries. >> reporter: the turnaround comes after cnn interviewed nine people who knew carson as a teen. none of them remembered him as being violent. carson says it is an attempt to smear his campaign. >> i want to point out how silly the cnn investigation is, because when i would have flashes of temper, it would only be the people who were directly involved. it wouldn't be something that everybody else would know. >> reporter: carson's closest rival donald trump commented on twitter calling the story either a total fabrication or, if true, even worse. it is the second time this week carson has been asked about past comments. earlier, ed he still believes what he said in this 1998 speech that the pyramids were built to house grains and not to entomb egyptian royalty. last night, hillary clinton was asked about this. >> a quinnipiac poll released
today said if you ran against him today, he would beat you by 10%. >> well, you know, we will just have to wait and see how that turns out. >> well, maybe you should start saying some crazy stuff? >> reporter: this week, carson is law firming a series of rap music ads in early voting states, however, the candidate said thursday he might have taken a different approach. >> don champion here in new york, thank you, don. this morning, former members of -- a surprising candid candidate george h.w. bush says presidency. he calls former secretary of defense donald rumsfeld arrogant and he says vice president dick cheney became very different from the dick cheney i knew and worked with. nancy cordes has our report. >> reporter: cheney laughed off the criticism on fox. >> i've had much worse said
>> reporter: but the first president bush was even more scathing about rumsfeld. i don't like what he did and i think it hurt the president. in a statement, the 83-year-old rumsfeld lashed back at his 91-year-old critic. bush 41 is getting up in years and misjudges bush 43 who i found made his own decisions. cheney and rumsfeld were two of the biggest proponents of the war in iraq, a war that marred one son's presidency and hasn't helped another son who now wants the job. >> my brother is a big boy. >> reporter: in new hampshire, jeb bush defended his brother's vice president against his father's broad side. >> as it relates to dick cheney, he served my brother well as vice president and he served my dad extraordinarily well as secretary of defense. >> reporter: in a statement, george w. bush called cheney superb and rumsfeld effective. a rare public disagreement between father and sons.
washington. the chicago police superintendent calls the murder of 9-year-old tyshawn lee an abhorrent cowardly crime. he was lured into a alley and executed of a gang violence. they say lee's father is a member of one of those gangs but he not talking. >> we tried to interview him twice and i can't you what he said because we can't say is it on tv but he made it emfatically clear he is not cooperating with us. >> a vigil was held for lee last night. so far, there have been no arrests in the case. a pennsylvania police officer who shot and killed an unarmed suspect has been acquitted.
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imagine looking out your airplane window and seeing this. two dare devils are getting an up close look at an emirates airline plane flying along it with the help of jet packs. it took the flyers and airline three months to come with this carefully choreographed aerial display. even more impressive when with you factor in whoever is flying alongside them shooting that incredible video. a chicago woman is take ago comic approach to help raise awareness about breast cancer. >> it's my first time doing comedy. >> reporter: this was nicki martinez stand-up debut five years ago.
you were not a comedian your whole life? >> no. >> reporter: how did this start? >> cancer. >> reporter: the chicago office manager was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer in 2010 on a wednesday. by monday, doctors are removed her left breast. >> that's when i decided i would make cancer my career. >> reporter: and the jokes started flowing. you're going on a stage and cracking jokes about it. >> that's by way of giving it the finger, if i can say that in front of the camera. >> reporter: mike oquendo gave nicki her first shot. >> maybe 10 to 15 of our regular audience members, at some point or another, is dealing with it. >> reporter: nicki underwent 12 rounds of chemo and 33 radiation treatments. at this year's show, she shared some news. >> unfortunately, my cancer came back in 2012 and i currently have tumors down my neck, down
my neck, down my hip. your strength? >> my daughter. definitely, my daughter. i cannot leave her. i'm not ready. >> reporter: doctors say it's terminal but nicki plans to keep them laughing. she says she has cornered the market. >> you don't find too many healthy women flip off her wig and that is probably -- can't really steal much of. >> reporter: adriana diaz, cbs news, chicago. >> pretty remarkable woman. art lovers went on a buying spree at new york's sutherbys. this was auctioned for more than 67 million. the seller was koch who is the brother of brother kochs. it was painted two months before the famous work "the starry night." coming up after your local
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