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your world in 90 seconds. i'm not a fan of megyn kelly. i think she is a third-rate reporter. let's see how much money fox is going to make on the debate without me, okay? >> donald trump plans to boycott the next gop debate. >> this controversy dates back to the very first republican debate, comoderated by yours truly. >> apparently, megyn kelly is really, really scary. >> bernie sanders and hillary clinton campaigning seriously in the final handful of days before the iowa caucus. >> monday night, it's all in your hands. no pressure. >> 24-day standoff between an anti-government group and the fbi came to a deadly end. one group leader is dead and ammon bundy was taken into custody. >> life is returning to normal in the eastern united states. >> it was impossible before. >> in film and on television for
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no balloons! announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by toyota. let's go places. welcome to "cbs this morning." republican front-runner donald trump says he will boycott the last debate before iowa's first in the nation caucus. trump says he will skip tomorrow night's fox news event because he claims debate moderator megyn kelly is biased against him. >> now, if he goes through with his promise, that would put ted cruz and marco rubio at center stage in prime time. major garrett is in des moines are trump's risky move. >> reporter: good morning. the feud between donald trump and fox news simmering for months is now on. which means the final debate before the iowa caucuses is off, at least for trump and at least for now. it's a saga that played out in press conferences, rallies, and, of course, on tv.
they toy with everybody else. so let them have their debate and let's see how they do with the ratings. >> reporter: it started when fox news released a statement early yesterday mocking candidate trump for cowarding to putin and ayatollah. trump was not amused. >> when they sent out the wise guy press releases dong by some pr person along with roger ailes, says, bye-bye. >> reporter: fox claimed it was rooted in one thing, megyn kelly whom he has viciously attacked since august. >> welcome to the kelly file. i'm megyn kelly. >> reporter: kelly opened her show with this promise. >> the debate will go on with or without mr. trump. >> reporter: fox stood by kelly against what it said were unspecified threats of trouble from trump campaign manager.
terrorizations toward any of our employees, trump said. >> apparently, megyn kelly is really, really scary. you said something mean back in august. i'm taking my toys and leaving. >> it's time that somebody plays grown-up and then when i see a press release written by a child like i just saw, what do i have to do? what do i have to do to make foxridge. >> reporter: trump supporters we spoke with did not seem to care if their candidate took the prime time stage. >> personally? don't matter. >> oh, i don't care. they give him a hard time any way. >> reporter: trump is now talking about holding a rival televised event to raise funds for wounded warriors and no details yet. cruz eager to stay in the spotlight has challenged trump to moderators or no moderators at all. the subject of pay-per-view coverage not yet on the table, charlie. >> thanks. rick davis was campaign
bid and now a political contributor with our digital network cbsn. >> good morning. >> lots of questions about motivation and why one person is doing this. >> sure. >> but who wins? >> well, right now, i think the team of candidates who are going to be on that stage could be the winners. if they tee on off on trump in his absence, i think they could make some ground up. >> megyn kelly started her show last night saying trump is used to being in charge because of his own organization but she says he doesn't get to control the media. >> he has, though. when with you look at the conduct of the media toward trump, he has not gotten scrutiny that all other front runners in a republican nomination have over time. believe me, been around so long, i've seen them over time. he doesn't get the scrutiny. he is allowed to getting away to doing things with the media like others aren't. >> like what? >> how many times do the media allow him to call into tv shows? the sunday shows, the bread and
nobody is afforded this kind of opportunity. >> that hasn't happened here. we have extended an invitation many times that we want him live and color in the studio. >> he is only a few blocks away. >> we could throw a rock and hit him. in his statement there he talks about press releases written by a child. this is from the trump camp. unlike the very stupid highly incompetent people running our country into the ground, mr. trump knows when to walk away.% roger ailes and fox news think they can toy with him but mr. trump doesn't play games. does this hurt him, rick, i'm not showing up because i don't want to? >> i think the gross inconsistencies are starting to show up. franklin the more attention and scrutiny he gets the more inconsistent he is. yesterday, maybe i will, maybe i won't don't know what i'm going to do. his campaign manager says believes what he said. i don't know what he said. >> a front-runner picking a fight with fox news channel in
one of his employees is a strong charge. >> but a new charge. look what happened last time he got into a fight with megyn kelly. the fox people went over their way to try to make sure everyone is happy and they don't want unsult trump and left megyn out hanging a couple of days. >> do you think this is a mistake? is this the turning point for donald trump? >> look. i've seen a lot of turning points i thought was going to cost him and it hasn't. i think the prolonged exposure he has to being inconsistent and dangerous the way he makes up these things is going to wear thin over time. i've said since day one in this primary it's going to take a long time and not decided in the next two weeks. >> so far, it's working for him. >> or win two caucus and a new hampshire primary and get more momentum. >> yes. >> thank you, rick davis. i know we will see you again. thank you very much. bernie sanders says losing the iowa caucuses would be no tragedy. but a new poll of democrats out
hillary clinton there by a four-point margin. in neighboring minnesota, more than 14,000 supporters showed up last night at a sanders rally in st. paul. the vermont senator meets with president obama this morning at the white house before returning to the iowa campaign. a deadly shoot-out in oregon overnight could help end the occupation of a federal wildlife refuge by armed men. their leader ammon bundy is among five people arrested by the fbi and oarin oregon state police after a traffic stop. the group's spokesman was shot and killed. >> three others were arrested separately and not clear how refuge. carter evans, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. for weeks the authorities have taken a hands-off approach to this occupation but changed on tuesday. bundy and his followers were headed to a town meeting when they were stopped by police.
this video shows fbi agents and police intercepting militant leader ammon bundy and several other militia members on an oregon highway, not far from where they have occupied federal land since the start of the year. shots were fired. bundy was arrested. and his brother ryan was shot but has nonlife-threatening injuries. >> this is about your freedom to move about this country. >> reporter: lavoy finnicum was killed in the shoot-out, a spokesman for the protesters. according to cliven bundy who spoke to a radio station k.o.i.n. saying the following. ? in an interview recorded on monday, finnicum described a change how the authorities were approaching the 25-day occupation. >> they had become more hardened and when they stepped out of their vehicles, now they are stepping out with their rifles. >> reporter: last night heavily armed officers stood guard outside of a hospital believed
members. at least eight people connected to the armed protest was arrested on tuesday of felony charges of imbeading officers. >> this is the constitution. that's what we are up here for, the constitution. >> reporter: on january 2nd, bundy and his armed followers took control of the wildlife refuge malheur and they claim the government is forcing ranchers to sell their land. >> why are you armed? >> we are serious about being here. we are serious about defending our rights and we are serious about getting some things straightened out. >> reporter: just days ago, the oregon governor kate brown stepped up to end the occupation. >> the situation is absolutely intolerable and it must be resolved immediately. >> reporter: now it's still not clear how many people are occupying the buildings inside the refuge or if law enforcement has already cleared everyone out. charlie, the fbi is planning a news conference later this morning. >> carter, thanks.
this morning are heading back to school after last weekend's crippling snowfall. the federal government has also reopened the snow emergency in today. parts of the city are still packed with snow and struggling to clean up. four days after the blizzard. in new york, crews are focusing on clearing side streets in hard-hit queens. more than 30 inches of snow fell there. president obama is calling for new test and treatment to stop the zika virus. the president was briefed by national and health security officials yesterday. the mosquito-born virus is linked to brain damage in babies. two new cases confirmed in arkansas and california so that brings the u.s. total to at least 18 in eight different states. they have all involved travelers who recently returned from at least one of 24 countries and territories where the virus is transmitted. the list now includes the dominican republic and the u.s. virgin islands. a wisconsin man is under
mass shooting. the fbi charged sami mohamed hamzeb for possessing machine guns. they say end to kill dozens of people in a masonic hall in milwaukee. federal agents were tipped off in september when he made plans to attack israelis in the west bank. michigan's governor will meet with the mayor of flint today to discuss a new approach to the city's toxic water disaster. yesterday, governor rick snyder met privately with the naacp. the civil rights group unveiled a proposal to handle lead in the water and help effective adriana diaz is outside flint city hall with details of the good morning, adriana. >> reporter: good morning. the naacp president told us that the hour-long meeting was a conversation and that the governor was remorseful.
mayor to discuss solutions to the city water problem. >> we got to talk about accountability. >> reporter: cornell brooks the head of the naacp called for a long-term solution in flint tuesday night. >> will you have disproportionate number of black and brown children subjected to elevated lead! that's a problem that grows up and goes to junior be high school and high school! >> reporter: part of the 15-point priority plan extends beyond repairing the city's water system and suggests hiring flint's youth to distribute water bottles for minimum wage instead of the national guard. the state is reportedly cutting back door-to-door distributions. officials are still urging people to use bottled water and filters. >> what do we want? >> reporter: for weeks, protesters have expressed outrage, saying they are still being billed for lead poison water. the city says that as of august 7th there has been no disconnection of service for
>> can't cook with it and can't bathe with it. >> reporter: according to a 2014 study by a flint newspaper, flint had the priceyest water and sewage bills in the county averaginge inging $140 a month. at this elementary school on tuesday, parents and their young kids lined up to be tested for lead. >> i'm really concerned. today is kind of like a wake-up call just being here and seeing how this all is. >> reporter: one of the topics the governor may discuss with the mayor today is his request for additional federal aid to ensure that everyone here under the age of 21 has access to long-term health care to help deal with the potential effects of lead. no matter their income or insurance coverage. >> adriana, thank you so much. a state agency in california this morning accuses a gas company of negligence in a massive methane leak and suing the california gas company. it claims the gas company on the design, construction and well.
ranch have been forced from their homes since the gas leak began in october. an investigation reveals disturbing new details in the southern california jail break. the three violent criminals who escaped friday from the maximum security jail got a big head-start. guards didn't notice they were gone for about 16 hours. plaf mireya villarreal, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we are learning more about those protocols in place used to check and make sure that inmates are actually here. we are learning how those prot protocols broke down last week. >> you can assure the investigators are working tireless around the lockshrok. >> reporter: authorities wonder how mandatory day and night checks at the orange county jail failed to see they were missing. >> the sheriff is troubled by the length of time it took to
a maximum security jail were inaccounted for. >> reporter: officials now now the inmates escaped just after 5:00 a.m. head count but despite additional checks that were supposed to happen again at 11:00 a.m., 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m., the three men weren't reported missing until roughly 16 hours after they repelled to freedom from the jailhouse roof. >> the preliminary investigation into the escape and how it occurred has caused the sheriff concerns as to some of the jail inmate count practices and how they were conducted. >> reporter: tieu and duong and nayeri are still on the run. the reward for their arrest is $200,000. >> we need people to come forward and provide the information we know they have. >> reporter: officials say that the escape before the previous escapes in the '60s and '80s, those all happened using the
department calls a designed flaw. the associated press is now reporting one of the man, duong was supposed to be reported in 1998 after several crimes, after committing several crimes. the problem is federal authorities say they try to deport him, but couldn't, because that native country would not take him back. charlie? >> thanks. iran's president said better relations with the united states are possible if washington acts less hostile. has hassan rouhani made the comments this morning in rome. he met with pope francis tuesday at the vatican. the pope called on iran to help stop the spread of terrorism. rouhani says iran didn't request the cover-up of nude statues at a museum. italy says it covered the statues to avoid possibly
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ahead, super bowl quarterback peyton manning's confession about retirement. >> tomorrow, . temps going to stay above the freezing mark i'm chris wragge, we'll have that in a moment. another subway slashing last night police in brooklyn trying to identify this suspect seen in these photos aboard a southbound 3 train when he struck a woman on the hand, the woman was treated and released at a local hospital. those pictures pretty clear right there. a 21-year-old man in custody accused of attacking a
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morning" is coming back. here is martin o'malley taking off his jacket, rolling up his sleeves, loosening his tie. why would he do that? >> sometimes, public figures will just spontaneously go casual, all right? they make themselves -- it makes them seem more relatable or hard working. sometimes, they will even -- they will even roll up a sleeve like this or maybe put their foot up in a position that no one one. it lets the audience know, let the awedudience know they are regular folk and skipped leg day.
all right, stephen. welcome back to "cbs this morning." this half hour, is a powerful veterans charity failing to answer its own call to help our troops? chip reid continues his investigation into the wounded warrior project. amazon and netflix are snapping up movies from sundance. that is ahead. time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. "the washington post" says it might take decades for the united states to leave afghanistan. american troops were supposed to pull out by 2017. senior military officials are concerned the afghan government remains vulnerable to militant attacks, plus, al qaeda continues to build training camps. the detroit news reports on ford recalling 391,000 pickups after an airbag death. the recall covers rangers from
they have takata air bags. ford is aware of one death related to this. a school district canceling classes today after a principal was killed saving students from a bus crash. jordan was with an elementary principal for 22 years. yesterday, a bus jumped the curb and jordan was hit after pushing several students out of the way. "the new york times" reports on a brain disease linking to repeated head trauma was found in a former new york giant who died. 27-year-old tyler sash died in september after an accidental overdose of painkillers. doctors found traumatic encephalopathy in his brain. it has been found in dozens of ex-nfl players but doctors say it was very advanced for someone of his age. "time" reports you soon won't need your atm card to get your money as long as you have a
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massive and growing every day. >> reporter: their commercials to miss. >> with the pledge of $19 a month and you'll receive this wounded warrior project blanket. >> reporter: the charity is heavy in investment and fund-raising has paid off, bringing in more than $300 million in donations in 2014. retired army staff sergeant eric millette came home with a purple heart and along with a traumatic brain damage and ptsd. wounded warrior project enrolled him in their program that helps wounded warriors succeed. in 2013 the charity hired him as a public speaker. but millette quit last year.
>> they will tell you it's not, but it is. i began to see how an organization that rakes in hundreds of millions of dollars a year, is not helping my brothers and my sisters or at least not all of them. >> reporter: cbs news has interviewed more than three dozen former employees of the wounded warrior project and nearly all of them have told us they are concerned that the organization has become more focused on raising money than on serving wounded veterans. many of those former staffers believe that after raising more than $1 billion since 2003, the charity should be providing more wounded veterans. >> i think they want to show warriors a good time. i think they get these warriors out on these events, but where is the follow-up? >> reporter: these two former employees didn't want to show their faces, fearing retaliation. >> a lot of the warriors that i saw needed mental health treatment. they don't get that from the wounded warrior project.
pyou make a suggestion that there is a better way to serve veterans? >> if you have a brain and you use your brain and come up with an idea, within a matter of time, you're off the bus. >> reporter: off the bus? >> they don't need you. it's their way or the highway. >> i would raise issues why don't we do follow-up and why don't we have any case management? >> reporter: how would they respond? >> we don't call warriors. warriors call us. >> reporter: they don't call warriors? >> warriors call them. again, as a disabled veterans, it just makes me sick. >> thank you. it's a pleasure to be here. >> reporter: wounded warrior project declined our repeated request to interview its ceo steven nardizzi but they offered this captain, its director of alumni. we have heard multiple times is that people go to -- to -- to soldier bike rides or project odyssey, and then they never hear from wounded warrior
is there mental health follow-up? >> wounded warrior project contact wounded warriors multiple time over the course of the year. we contact each and every one of our wounded warriors on their birth month to be able to check in and see how they are doing and see if they need any of their programs and have multiple opportunities for them and us to pull up to see how they are doing. >> reporter: you read through five years -- mark owens of the irs. what was your biggest concern in reading these forms? >> that i couldn't tell the number of people that were assisted. i thought that was truly unusual. >> reporter: they do put some of those numbers on the website. >> yes, they do. >> reporter: what is the difference? >> signed under penalties of perjury. >> reporter: penalties of perjury? so you got to be careful? >> that's right. you have to be certain.
expects retalltation from wounded warrior project but says that won't stop him. >> as a wounded veteran, i feel other veterans need a voice. i'm in a position where i can be their vinsoice and i feel if i don't stand up and do weigh feel is right and voice their concerns and how i feel, then i'm leaving them behind. >> reporter: captain cools, the wounded warrior projects representative said donations are important to the charity and it is committing over 300 million dollars and in a partnership with four hospitals nationwide that will provide outpatient mental health services to post-911 veterans. >> we hope everybody does right by the veterans is what we hope. >> a lot of interesting questions there. an investigation sparked a tremendous response from veterans and still more to come. we will bring you the latest tonight on the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley.
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the sundance film festival is yet to hand out the awards but this morning, netflix and amazon are winning when it comes to buying movies. the streaming services are sending shock waves to hollywood by outbidding traditional studios for many of the most coveted films. vladimir duthiers is here with how their shopping spree could change the way we all watch movies. >> reporter: amazon and netflix didn't spend a dime on films at sundance last year. but this time around, they reach into their deep pockets and spent millions on what they believe are quality films. it's all part of a bigger effort to make the determine direct to
curse. netflix shocked the movie industry last march by paying $12 million for "beasts of no nation." the film will child soldiers starring idris elba and turns out it was just getting started. >> no! >> reporter: this week at sundance, netflix snapped up tuola for $5 million and the fundamentals of caring with paul rudd and selena gomez for $7 million and bid $20 million for the rights to the "birth of a nation." a high anticipated film that ended up at fox searchlight for almost $3 million less. >> necessary flix andtflix and amazon have gone on a buying spree. >> reporter: amazon beat out fox, universal and focus features for "manchtsester by the sea."
>> when they go into bid for a movie they ask to take into account how many tickets they are going to sell whereabouts netflix and amazon bid on the movie they have deeper pockets and don't have to worry about that and worry about offering original content to their subscribers. >> reporter: amazon is expected to roll out its acquisition the same way it did spike lee's ", which -- "chi-raq." >> netflix and amazon have really up ended the movie business by coming in here and trying to get original content and trying to cut out the middle man which is really the movie theater owners. i think we are getting closer today you can have a big movie and not necessarily released in the movie theaters. >> reporter: the movie studio still have the prestige that comes with releasing movies in theaters.
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struck a woman, a 21-year-old man is in custody accused of attacking a passenger monday morning, damon was seen running out of the station here, after he attacked a 71-year-old woman. he slashed her face, he is facing two counts of assault. the families of the two men willed in the metro north crash at the railroad crossing filed lawsuits against the carrier, happened february third when a train slammed into the suv, the suits claim the crossing was poorly designed and the engineer failed to hit the brakes before the crash. 6 people were killed in the worst metro in history. the rain are down a degree, 42 the reading in the city, upper 30s low 40s most
the rain out of the island, eastern suffolk, out of the jersey shore as well. we'll recover a degree or two, back to the mid-40s this afternoon not as warm as it was yesterday, still yeah chris said it, conducive to melting a little bit of black ice over night tonight looking good with a high of 39 for your thursday. >> thanks so much we'll be back with another local update in
back right after this. good morning. it is wednesday, january 27th, 2016. welcome back to "cbs this morning." there's more real news ahead, including donald trump threatening to boycott the last debate before the iowa caucuses. and chelsea handler writes about note to self. first, here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >> the debate before the iowa caucuses is off at least for trump.
megyn kelly shouldn't be in the debate. i don't know i don't care about megyn. >> is this the turning point for donald trump? >> i've seen a lot of turning points that should have cost him and it hasn't. >> bundy and his followers were stopped by police and unclear who fired first. the naacp president told us the hour-long meeting was a frank conversation and that is the government was remorseful. >> now, for the first time former employees of the charity are speaking out about their concern that it is straying from its mission. >> i feel that other veterans need a voice. i am in a position where i can be their voice. >> amazon and netflix didn't spend a dime on films at sundance last year. but this time around, they reached into their deep pockets and spend millions on what they believe are quality films. a rare white giraffe has been spotted in africa. white giraffe. yes! pretty cool! yeah, the white giraffe was immediately captured and nominated for an oscar! announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by
i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. eight members of an armed group that took over a federal wildlife refuge are behind bars after a deadly confrontation. leader ammon bundy and four followers were arrested by the fbi and oregon state police tuesday in a violent traffic stop. officers shot and killed the group's spokesman. >> three other members of the group were arrested separately, all eight face felony conspiracy charges today. it's not clear if all of them in the national wildlife refuge is back in government control. carter evans is in burns, oregon, with the latest. good morning, carter. >> reporter: good morning. ammon bundy and his followers heading to a town meeting when stopped by police and unclear who with fired first. but in the end, bundy was arrested and his brother ryan was shot but has
fbi sources confirm lavoy finicum a spokesman for the protesters was killed in the shoot-out. in an interview, finicum said they had become more hardened recently. at least eight people connected to the armed protests were arrested on federal felony charges of conspiracy to impede officers. on janed 2nduary 2nd bundy's his followers overtook the malheur refuge. they say the federal government was forcing ranchers to sell their land. it's unclear who is inside the refuge at this point. we know that authorities have surrounded the area and they have established roadblocks. they are not letting anyone else back inside. >> carter, thank you very much. donald trump's campaign says the last prime time debate before the iowa caucuses is a bad deal. he plans to boycott the event.
of facing difficult questions. >> no, no, no, no. excuse me. just so you understand. i've done six debates. i've done six. according to every single poll, i've won every single debate. the republicans go on forever and ever and ever with debates. we have people on the stand that have zero, that have 1, that have nothing. so it's time that somebody plays grown-up. >> fox news, which is airing tomorrow night's debate said trump is not appearing because of megyn kelly, a moderator. >> fox news said trump had a rough couple of days the after the last debate. trump's biggest republican rival ted cruz has challenged him to a one-on-one debate. cruz said they could have different moderators if that is what donald trump wants. >> apparently, megyn kelly is
and he doesn't want to be at a debate where megyn might say mean things to her. if you're scared of megyn kelly, how exactly do you think you're going to stand up to hillary clinton, much less vladimir putin? >> that's a question. major garrett is in des moines covering the republican campaign and joins us now from there. major, we heard from some trump supporters in your first piece. what are you hearing. >> reporter: we talked to trump supporters last night and not a representative sample i grant you but it did reveal conversations something we have seen consistently among trump supporters which is this. whenever donald trump decides, most of his supporters are comfortable with. they believe his instincts are right and if he believes a decision is good, it's probably in the end going to end up well for them. so, generally, they are okay with trump, whether he participates in the debate or not. however, we did have one conversation with a guy named joe cooper. he is a precinct captain for
he doesn't care whether trump is on the debate stage but hewondered and said maybe the ones he is mogulize is why and it creates uncertainty for this entire iowa caucus process. >> trump has tried to campaign as an anti-establishment candidate. but will picking a fight with fox news benefit him or backfire? >> reporter: you know, this feels much more like a nonconfirmist move and the way trump is basically advertising this clash with for, is i'm being treated unfairly and i'm going to negotiate harder. for many of his supporters that is exactly what his entire campaign is about. you feel you've been treated unfairly, washington doesn't hear you, washington doesn't take care of your needs, i'll cut a better deal for you. in the end of this, if trump doesn't cut a better deal, it may hurt him but, for now, we are just going to have to watch and see how it plays out. >> major, thank you so much. cbs news will bring you a
next month. you can see it february 13th at 9:00 p.m. eastern, 8:00 central here on cbs. this morning's newest democratic poll shows sanders ahead of clinton in iowa. millennials are helping the 74-year-old senator in his fight with clinton. sanders drew big crowds tuesday at three stops in iowa and minnesota. and he will be meeting with president obama this morning in the oval office. nancy cordes is at sanders headquarters in des moines. good morning, nancy. >> reporter: good morning. here is what you see when you walk into campaign headquarters. an abstract portrait of the senator recognizing his most notable feature. the senator 23409 hereis not here and halfway across the country getting ready for the sit-down with the president. why they are not close but they are friendly.
what a turn-out! >> reporter: the optics were impressive. 14,000 cheering supporters waving future to believe in signs that looked strikingly similar to the obama campaign signs from 2008. >> people are sick and tired of establishment politics and establishment economics! >> reporter: at the same time, clinton was telling a more intimate crowd of 500 in cedar falls she is the one with substance. >> i'm not just shouting slogans and i'm not just engaging in rhetoric. i've thought this through. i have a plan. >> reporter: that is similar to the case she made against her 2008 opponent. >> i am offering 35 years of experience making change. and the results to show for it. >> reporter: now he is in the white house and will greet sanders there today, two days after he lavished praise on clinton in an interview.
when asked if she would appoint mr. obama to supreme court. >> wow! what a great idea! nobody has ever suggested that to me! >> reporter: here is what qualifies as going rogue on the democratic side. all three candidates have agreed to a surprise debate in new hampshire next week, even though it has not yet been sanctioned by the democratic national committee. >> thank you very much, nancy. women are twice as likely as men to face depression. dr. holly phillips is in our
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in our "morning rounds," a new focus on screening for depression. and influential panel of experts say all american adults should be evaluated for the condition and, for the first time, the u.s. preventive services task force calls for depression screenings for pregnant women and new mothers. our dr. holly phillips is here. good morning. this is significant. why this call? >> it really is. it's a major statement. but honestly i don't think the task force had much of a choice. they really had to respond to this onslaught of evidence that shows maternal depression is far more common than we previously thought. so the report states that 9% of pregnant women, 10% of new moms will experience new episodes of depression, major depression. some cases of what we thought was postpartum depression started during pregnancy or before. so there was, you know, a real outcry this is something that needs to be priorityized and
>> why is it dangerous for expectant mother and new mothers? >> there is an increased risk of suicide or harming the baby but much more commonly, it's just that depressed women don't take good care of themselves and likely to do their prenatal visits and take vitamins and eat well. beyond that there can be a long-term impact on children who are born to mothers depressed during pregnancy or after. there are behavioral changes in kids and emotional issues. you can even track changes in their school performance years later. >> depressed expectant mothers may be involved in substance abuse which they the report pointed out. >> the report did point out sometimes women feel so isolated, they don't want to ask for help and start to self-medicate with substances that could hurt the baby. >> how do you know when to seek help?
this and why i think the task force recommendation is so important is that pregnant women who are depressed feel -- i mean, depression is stigmatized but the stakes are higher for pregnant women and new moms. a sense of guilt and a sense of shame you shouldn't feel this way around, you know, around -- >> people say you're so happy! the best moment of your life! >> and if you don't experience that, you're not going to reach out for help. if you do, there are great screening tools and we get you where you need to go. it should be destigmatized and i think a great step in the right direction. >> i agree. thank you, dr. holly phillips. more than half of americans buy products because they have a natural labor but "consumer reports" finds out they have a new surprise. the report is coming up next on "cbs this morning." announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by advil. fast and strong, on tough pain.iever for their patients muscle, back and joint pain.
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reports" and she joins us at the table. i believe we heard this before and you said we have but what? >> the food and drug administration is finally going to open up a comment period and hear what the public has to stay about this problem. >> because it says natural doesn't always mean natural. >> that is right. consumers think it means no artificial ingredients or colors. no gmos, for example. no pesticides. for meat they think it means no drugs that the animals were raised outside and led some sort of natural life and it doesn't mean any of that. >> what are examples of products that are labeled natural that may not be so? >> in our "consumer reports" story out today, we feature seven different products and february is a month of products we are going to feature. the first product is del monte fruit naturals which contains artificial preservatives like sodium benzoate and you can use
another product is wesson oil. it's often soy bean or canola or vegetable ail and those are from modified crops but most consumers don't think there should be gmos in natural labeled products. finally we feature a root beer that has acaramel color. >> james smucker says the color for their root beer comes from natural ingredients and del monte has not responded. who ultimately decides what and is not? >> part of it nothing is on the books when it comes for the faeds faeds food and drug administration and they do consider all colors to be artartificial.
companies to mislabel in a misleading way and we have been able to document that the mantle the market. the government? we want them to ban it altogether if they don't have the will to define it or define it it's so meaningful that can cannot mislead consumers. >> how as a consumer do you know this is natural? >> exactly right. as opposed to organic which has hundreds of pages of standards and is verified is not perfect but has that and natural doesn't require any of those thing, yet half think it's verified and two-thirds think it's no gmos and no artificial ingredients. >> your poll found 80% of people would buy more natural if their expectations were met. this should be something the food industry wants to meet. >> absolutely right. this could be a win/win for everybody. the fact of the matter is people want better food and better foot
that stack up to those expectations. >> you hope the best companies would want the same thing. >> exactly right. we know some companies out there haven't even taken the natural labor off their products. . good morning it is 8:25 on this wednesday, january 27th temperatures well above freezing meaning the snow will continue to move, there is a up. john elliot will have the forecast in just a moment. first breaking news to bring you, another subway slashing this one last night police in bedford brooklyn are trying to identify the suspect seen in these photos, aboard a suspect 3 train when he struck a 29- year-old woman on the hand with an unknown object wrapped in a cloth. the woman was treated and released from the hospital. a 21-year-old man in custody charged with attacking a passenger on board monday
out of the station on surveillance video, right after he attacked a 71-year-old woman as she sat on the d train. he is facing two counts of assault. a an elderly brooklyn man is suing the city after tased by offices who stormed his apartment, 86-year-old john was cooking when he was tased twice by officers, they were responding to a 911 call about a potentially suicidal 23-year- old believed to be the boyfriend of antwan's granddaughter not the senior citizen. >> i cannot sleep at night. >> to think police officers are breaking into an individual's area of residents and not knowing a description, not knowing an age. >> police say antwan had a large kitchen knife he would not drop and charged him with control possession of a weapon, antwan is due in court february 26th.
of your weather for today, here is meteorologist john elliot. you can see definition to those clouds over the city, a good sign 42 degrees, winds are calm. 42 in the city, and most reporting stations above and well above freezing so there is going to be a warm day today, persistent stubborn showers for the south fork, that's about it. we'll have the morning gray, pretty mix of sun and clouds after the early drops we'll see mid-40s, mary said it black ice tomorrow morning then it looks quiet for your thursday. weak clipper system ushers in a chance for a flurry here and there over night thursday into the first part of your friday then that clears out, that will tee it up for warmer temperatures by sunday. it's sunday into monday where we'll see those numbers well above normal once again. mary. john thank you. we're back with another update in 25 minutes i'm mary calvi,
welcome, welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour, chelsea handlers offers a different kind of monologue, you could say. what does she teach a young chelsea about dating and others. >> a hidden side of super bowl fever. the wives of drew brees and mccaffrey and ben watson pull back the curtains. that is ahead. right now it is time to show you some of this morning's headlines. los angeles times reports on
nearly $6 million in a sexual harassment suit. his former legal adviser accused him of harassment. allegations. six others have charged him of sexual assault. an entire staff for the bowl. the owner jerry richardson did the same thing the last time the panthers made the championship game back in 2004. i think that is great team spirit. >> hallelujah! >> i don't know him but i like that jerry richardson. special hug. >> he would like you too. >> do you know him? >> yes. >> of course you do! you must make the introduction. i like him. >> he is from north carolina. >> of course, of course. >> a connection there. >> you're right. of course. duh? "the washington post" reports only women showed up for a morning session in the senate
senator lisa majkowski said she only saw women. and two pages. she says is speaks to the hardiness of women and i love this quote. she called it genuinely fabulous! >> that is unbelievable! just goes to show you. >> absolutely does. i'm with you. >> we are hail and hardy, norah. >> chelsea handler is the latest celebrity to make the move to netflix with a new documentary series called "chelsea does." she has worn many different hats including comedian and author and host of her late night show for seven years. as the show ended and she prepared to launch her netflix area, the 40-year-old took time to write a letter of advice to herself at age 20. here is chelsea handler in the latest segment of our emmy nominated series "note to self." >> you are very sweet. you are not fat. dear you.
far away from your family and in a city where you know few people and you have no money. but you are brave to move all the way across the country when you were 20. i know you don't think of yourself as brave, but that is exactly what you republican this is the first of many big leaps in your life. don't forget this time, you are direction-less in the best possible way! right now, you're waiting tables in a little restaurant in santa monica, california, called rosti and one of a dozen restaurants you will be fired from. you do not have to take every little injustice that happens at a restaurant and make it into your battle cry. you are not joan of arc and never will be. wait until you do something you care about and save your passion for that. i'm a little late getting here because i had to get to starbucks tonight. i'm not kidding. my career is totally taking off! don't expect immediate results
my mom is mormon and my dad is jew. okay, pick one. i'm like, oh, okay. be patient. i know you hate hearing that but be patient. i want to get my tubes tied. i don't know if they can do it. >> put in the time and effort and wait for the award. it will come. you will not wait tables forever. you will live out every moment you dreamed about and even more! so take your time, look around, and breathe. please start eating healthy now. it becomes too much to unravel later. do you think i'm too old to get married? >> no. >> no. >> do you think i have a decent figure? >> yes. >> thank you. you have to create good habits now. stop drinking soda and don't ever drink another soda again. start a relationship with water.
but put something in it -- lemon. you can still drink alcohol as much as you want as long as you do everything else i say. guys, don't try to get me to clean up my act. you drink too much! you sweat too much! waa! waa! waa! you are drunk all the time and you would be tired too! you have a very healthy foundation with alcohol and i will never take that away from you. chelsea, you tweeted something at 5:00 in the morning that said, do you think it's okay to drink while you're pregnant? if you're planning on giving the baby up for adoption. cigarettes are harder to quit the longer you smoke, so pick an age or a number under 30 and stop the day you turn that number. you're good at quitting things, so make sure you quit the bad things too. don't take a water pill, a sleeping pill, or a diet pill.
shortcuts only last for a short period of time and eventually you'll have to face the music and it is not a pretty song. i know the worst way to meet guys. everybody is so creepy here! everybody is, like, a editor or a producer and nobody is making any money! the world is full of men, so look at dating realistically and think about how you want to be remembered when you break up. >> think of every relationship as an opportunity to grow, not as a soul mate. there are soul mates everywhere in life and, most oftentimes, they are not your lovers. they are very, very cute, you know this, right? >> do you have a boyfriend? >> do not reach out to exboyfriends when you've been drinking. i don't know how to make yourself stop doing it, but stop! i want to know what you drink to what i'm drinking is not working! i'm so sick of you. this is why you're dangerous! because you're like 11 and
>> you're a host, right? barely! you'll be exhausted most of your life, but it will be worth it, and i'm telling you, it is. there you go. don't listen to people who are telling you you're doing too >> really? >> that is who you are. flex your grit. >> i like you. >> i like you too. >> it's okay to burn out on something. it force yous you to move on. i never got a chance to be serious and say thank you and i want you to know i'm grateful for this career. thank you very much. enjoy the struggle of the unknown because you will have the life you always dreamed of. be good to all of the people that love you and let them always know that you love them back. and don't ever listen to anyone who tells you you can't, because you can and you will and you do.
>> love you back, chelsea! that was great! so great! it was brave to move across country at 20 where you don't know anybody but i know you like don't listen to people who tell you you're doing too much, charlie rose! >> i know. not for a second. >> so true. that was great. >> go, chelsea. go paige. you too, craig. speaking of wives. the wives of super bowl champions show dana jacobson how they prepare for the big game. >> as a wife, you're trying to stay as calm as you can for your husband. somehow, you feel, since you have no control, that that is the one vehicle you can control are your own emotions. >> but what are you actually thinking? >> you want to throw up! >> i'll bet. plus found out which movie
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the teams do a great job of protecting the players and managing expectations from the media but it's the wives of super bowl-bound athletes who often have to manage everything else. as we learned from these veterans of the game, holding it together when the world is watching isn't as easy as it looks. super bowl week is like what? >> it's like somebody says you have to plan a wedding in about ten days and you're praying the whole time it doesn't turn into a funeral. am i wrong? lisa mccaffrey and brittany brees are married to super bowl champions and all played a key role in the days before the game. >> you're kind of the gatekeeper, so to speak. so you're protecting your husband and making sure no added stress is put on his plate so you're making everyone has hotel rooms and tickets and everyone is happy. >> you're like maintaining, you know, a good face for everyone that week. so all of that you kind of just
you just go play football. >> as a wife, you're trying to stay as calm as you can for your husband. somehow, you feel, since you have no control, that that is the one thing you can control, are your own emotions. >> but what are you actually thinking? >> you want to throw up! >> reporter: what what is the memory have you from the super bowl people might be surprised to hear? >> oh, gosh. i know that the day of the game, drew and i personally laid in the room and watched a movie, which was so stressful, because, you know, you have all of these emotions going through you but you're trying to hold it all in and pretend nothing is wrong, this is great, this is just everyday. it's a night game. >> a night game, yeah! >> just a night game, average game. >> what do you want to eat for breakfast tomorrow? >> what did you watch? >> it was "major league." >> reporter: his request or yours? >> it was on tv.
>> ed mccaffrey is so big and strong. >> reporter: ed won two super bowls. one with san francisco and two with denver. how about your first super bowl week compared to the third super bowl week you went through? >> my goons. i know being incredibly young and just had a baby and wide-eyed and just overwhelmed. but by the third one, you sort of have it down a little better and you know, okay, i'm not bringing my 1-year-old who can't sit still. i'm leaving him home with a babysitter but i'll bring the older ones that can handle a full four-hour game. so you kind of get a little wiser. >> brittany, you brought a 1-year-old. >> i did. >> you helped to create this iconic picture that everybody thinks of when they think of certainly the saints winning the super bowl. >> i remember holding the baby and my mom is running with me. you don't know where you are. confetti is flying everywhere and it's just this overwhelming kind of experience. i handed the baby to drew really kind of savely.
and seeing him just hold him, it gets emotional so easy! why am i getting emotional on this? >> unlike brittany, it was like the perfect iconic picture with little boy wearing the cute headphones protecting his ears. we were throwing kids over the side. there is no tunnel, no organized path. there was a picture in "sports illustrated" one of my kids just by himself running on the field, no parents anywhere! and he was way too young to be by himself. that was our parenting. yeah, parents failed yet again. it was a little more chaotic. >> kristen you had the opposite end of emotions. what was it like waiting in the tunnel and then you don't get the outcome that you want? >> right. so that season, it was a perfect season. >> kristen and benjamin watson were engaged when he won his first super bowl and married when he played in his second, which lost to the patriots in 2008. >> benjamin watson, the intended receiver. >> i was like i think we are going to win so i'm just going
>> brady. >> then for us, the ball dropped. >> down field. broke broken up! >> i was thinking, no, this is not how it's supposed to end. we don't know what it feels like to lose this season and the clock is ticking down. you're just realizing that we are not going to on the field. you see one team celebrating and one team just devastated. >> if you could give a piece of advice to the women who are embarking upon super bowl week and their families, what would that be? >> i would say live in the moment. try to soak it in and appreciate it and don't worry so much. >> i would even say the things that seem super important really aren't that important. >> i wish i could go back and enjoy it. i think that is probably my only regret of the entire time is, you know, you're so concerned with making sure everyone else is okay, but you don't get a
it's all a blur. you just don't get a second to kind of just realize just what happened. >> while brittany and kristen are hopeful to get to the super bowl, lisa is hoping her son gets to the football. that is christian mccaffrey at 2. he is a running back at stanford and runner-up for the heisman trophy and his older brother max wore his dad's number while he was at duke and he is entering the draft this year and a lot of talk he could be a late round pick. >> intrigue! >> the wives play such a key role. i love it. they took us there with your interview, dana. do they get anything? i know the guys get the big ginormous rings. >> they get a smaller version of the ring or a pendant. like the guys who pull it out come super bowl time they don't wear it around. brittany brees doesn't want to wear it because drew is still
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. good morning it is 8:55 on this wednesday morning a good day to melt the snow temperatures above the freezing mark i'm mary calvi, the forecast in a moment. another subway slashing this one last night. police in bedford brooklyn trying to identify the suspect seen in these photos, say he was aboard a southbound three train when he struck a woman on the hand with an unknown object wrapped in the cloth the woman was treated and released from the hospital. a man in custody charged with attacking a passenger aboard a train monday morning, police say damon was seen
lafayette station on surveillance video right after he attacked a 71-year-old woman in the face as she sat on the d train a relative turned him into police, he is facing two counts of assault. the families of two men killed in last year's crash, the crash happened february third when a train slammed into an suv, claim the crossing was poorly design and the engineer failed to hit the brakes to were killed. get a check on your weather a little warmer today john. we'll see temperatures well above normal. cloudy and 41, we've dialed it down, we are going to see a brighter sky this afternoon
clear, 48 technically the high for the day, even though we're down to 42. 41 back around 44 this afternoon. clearing the last of thestubborn showers, that will be the pattern a mix of sun and clouds with more sun by the afternoon, cooler tomorrow. could see icing over night tonight a few flurries late thursday. all right john thank you. our next newscast is at noon cbsnewyork.com.
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