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day. 54 degrees today. 57 tomorrow. sunny both days, but calmer with the winds. >> thank you, elise. another check of news and weather in 25 minutes. >> thanks for joining us. i'm mary calvi. >> i'm chris wragge. cbs news this morning is next. have a great day. good morning. it is tuesday, march 29th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." breaking news, a hijacker forces an egyptian airliner reportedly carrying americans. they find a way to hack into an iphone. and how a gun store owner's instingtss may have prevented a
>> but we begin this morning with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> if we have a hijacker aboard the plane, we're dealing with it as a real event. >> a hijacked plane lands in cyprus. >> all but a handful of kru. >> they're continuing. >> in any case, it's not something which has to do with terrorism. >> fbi has broken into the san bernardino shooter's iphone. >> that means the fight with apple is over. >> shooting on capitol hill. tourists running for safety. government buildings are locked down. >> officer fired and shot the suspect who was subsequently treated by medical personnel. >> they admit they're back to square one. >> donald trump and ted cruz make a big play for the battleground state of wisconsin. >> i've got a very simple suggestion.
and debate like a man. the massive fire engulfed at least two buildings in united emirates. there were no casualties. >> in l.a. a bus and a car exploded in flames. >> that mercedes-benz became a ball of fire. >> all that -- >> a plane lost its front wheels in kazakhstan. >> he jumped in and tried to swim away. >> that's a first. >> -- and all that matters -- >> it's all worth asking ourselves each of us as politicians, journalists, but most of all as citizens may have done to contribute to this atmosphere in this policy. i would have claimed carnival but that would have been a pun. >> -- on "cbs this morning." >> donald trump's daughter ivan ivanka gave birth to a baby boy.
baseball he said, wow, look at the size of those hands. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" is presented by toyota. let's go places. captioning funded by cbs welcome to "cbs this morning." norah o'donnell is off. dana jacobson of cbs sports network is with us. a hijacker took control of a plane in egypt overnight. we're told around eight americans were on board. they're among the 50 or so passengers who were released after the egypt airplane landed. the hijacker is still holding at least seven people including members of the flight crew. >> so flight 581 took off from alexandria bound for cairo but the hijacker forced the pilot to divert to cyprus. >> good morning. the hijacker managed to divert
his demands are confusion though. he wanted to make contact with his ex-wife, but it's also important that he demanded the release of unspecified prisoners in egypt. military trucks and police were already on scene when the airbus 8320 made an emergency landing before 9:00 a.m. local time. passengers who appeared calm and unhurried soon began filing down the steps to waiting buses. a member of the cabin crew could be seen directing them from one exits. this photo allegedly taken inside the cabin apparently shows the suspect who has been identified as seif eldin mustafa. they're quick to say this was not a terrorist incident. >> we want everyone to be released and safe.
a suicide vest but they did not know if this was true. >> the reality is we have a hijacker onboard a plane. we're not sure whether what he has is a true bomb or threat to the aircraft, but we are dealing with it as a real threat. >> the hijacker did not have access to the cockpit. he was reportedly communicating with the pilot through the cabin crew. witnesses say he through a letter written in arabic onto the apron of the airport asking that it be delivered to his ex-wife. it's been nearly five months since a russian passenger plane was brought down over sinai, egypt, after a bomb was brought on board. it was claimed by isis and revealed serious gaps in egyptian airport security. reports show the plane was
the hijacker's family says he suffers from a mental condition but coming so soon after brussels attacks, there are bound to be serious questions hijacked. >> thank you. gunshots rang out and sparked panic at the u.s. capitol yesterday. visitors including schoolchildren ran for cover and sheltered in place. police say larry dawson pulled a weapon at a security checkpoint. officers responded with shots and wounded him. kris van cleave is onat the visitor visitors' center on capitol hill hill. good morning, chris. >> reporter: good morning. it will be reopened. in fact, people will be going through the checkpoint behind where the incident happened. as for larry dawson, he was known to the police. he was ordered to stay off the capitol grounds, something that did not happen yesterday.
right now. >> reporter: the scene inside the capitol visitors center was hunl hundreds of tourists, parents and children on spring break took cover in the auditorium. this man, 6-year-old larry dawson arrived at the capitol reacted. >> during the screening, the individual drew what appeared to be a weapon and pointed it at officers. an officer fired and struck the suspect who was subsequently treated by medical personnel. >> dawson who's a pastor from a clur. in tennessee isn't a stranger to capitol police. in october he was taken in custody and charged with causing a disturbance during an open session in congress. in december a warrant was issued for his arrest which he
would he let himself be controlled by flesh and blood. he's now stable in the hospital at washington's medical center. in 1998 a shooter breached the capitol, killing two police officers and in 2013 capitol police fired multiple rounds in broad daylight at a car speeding toward the capitol, killing the driver and later discovering a young child inside. monday's response drew praise from those locked down inside. >> i think the police did a fantastic job of sort of controlling the situation. >> police say the strong security presence made a difference. >> it appears that the screening process works the way it's supposed to. >> one bistaernld did suffer from minor injuries. she was taken to the hospital and has been released. as for dawson, he's facing assault charges. police say there's no link to terror. this appears to be a lone
the fbi has unlocked san bernardino's gunman's iphone without help from apple. fbi experts were able to access the data with help from a third party. apple says the case should not have been brought. jan crawford is in washington with why the privacy versus security fight is another over. jan, good morning. >> good morning, charlie. the justice department isn't saying who the third party is or even if they're based in the united states and the question now is whether the government will tell apple how and who was able to get past security. the fbi's request for apple's help in this case is over, but not the issue. balancing personal privacy and public security. with the help of a third party, the fbi penetrated apple's encryption and accessed the shooter. >> no product is beyond being hacked into. >> a member of the house
the government's demand. >> your government will ask for the back door to your privacy and there has to be a constant vigilance to make sure they're not allowed go too far. >> in february the justice department asked apple to develop new software that would in part disable the auto erase function that wipes the phone clean after ten passcode fails. apple refused and called the request a dangerous precedent. >> we don't expect to be in this position,ed a odds with our own government. >> it's unclear if apple will ever know how a third party bypassed a third party. >> we're not expecting the government to tell apple very much any time soon. >> "los angeles times" reporter -- >> it raises questions about apple's security and apple has said throughout this whole process nothing that they build is 100% secure. >> in a statement monday the company voweled to increase the security of their products and
decision that the fbi's demand was wrong. >> there was every reason for the fbi to push as hard as they possibly could. >> senate intelligence chairman richard burr says he expects more cases like this. >> we'll face in the future many, many times not only in terrorism but criminal prosecution where we've got to get into electronic devices. >> the fbi says it performs extensive testing on the phone but it hasn't disclosed wait found. apple asked if it plans to counter sue to get more information on how the government got into the phone. the company said it can't say yet what its next move will be. >> all right, jan. got it. thank you. the white house is doing more to protect itself from terrorists following last week's attacks in brussels. "the new york times" reports there were signs of attacks in europe evidenced as far back as 2014, yet local authorities
plot. allen pizzey is in brussels. good morning. >> good morning. although authorities admit to critical mistakes they claim they're making progress. much, however, is an open and vexing question. security remains tight at the still closed airport and as one official conceded brussels will never be what he called normalal again. authorities thought they arrested the man in the black hat shown on cctv who accompanied the bombers. but the suspect had a credible alibi alibi, the police evidence didn't stick, and their prime suspect has been released. a series of raids across europe uncover a terrorist web more complex than ever imagined. a man shot in the leg at a rest stop and another in a raid and a third man arrested in france who
planning for a fresh attack. isis responded with a taunting video. we're everywhere. we're capable of striking wherever we want, whoever we want, whenever we want. the boast isn't itle. much of the network is home grown this terrorist expert says. >> many, many terrorists that are active today have never set foot on -- in the middle east. they became terrorists in jail. >> they're hiding in plain sight if you will. >> of course, yes. >> reporter: a memorial service for the victims was a reminder to the authorities how much pain remains waiting for answers. the search for them including the fbi which intelligence sources tells cbs newss they're working at the highest level in bejum and across europe combing for databases. dana?
thank you, alan. a new poll shows trump is the front-runner. he's more than 20 points ahead of ted cruz. 52% of likely republicans say they would be satisfied with matchup between trump and hillary clinton but 30% would seriously consider a third-party candidate. major garrett is in janesville, wisconsin, the state that's become the latest battleground. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. he'll be appearing here. a protest is planned. one was held last night in the holiday express, trying to shame them into denying donald trump access for his rally and trump is encountering opposition noft just from protesters but from another part of wisconsin's conversation, wisconsin-based
>> donald, why don't you show up and debate like a man. >> reporter: ted cruz eager to debate a suddenly shy donald trump challenged the front-runner to ditch several cable town hall appearances tonight for a one-on-one duel. >> cruz is weak and losing zbik and now he wants to debate, indicating he, trump, has won all the debates. >> ted is a very concerned puppy because he's losing big. i've got hundreds of delegates more than him, millions of votes more than him. trump once led over cruz but now they're neck and neck. >> i'm supporting senator ted cruz. >> how about wives and kids off limits? >> that's okay.
>> they apologized forgoing after cruz's wife but trump would not bend. >> he started it. if he didn't start it, it would have never happened. nothing like this would have ever happened. he started it. >> just remember, we're not -- okay, we're not on a playground. we're running for president of the united states. >> agree 100% and my views are not playground views. >> a washington awards dinner that honors robert toner, president obama delivered a lengthy indictment of the climate. >> i was going call it carnival atmosphere and that implies fun. it would be better if it came with serious accountability especially when politicians issue unworkable plans or make promises they can't keep. >> reporter: the cruz campaign expects to receive the endorsement of governor scott walk never just a few hours.
fight until the convention. paul will lead his delegate efforts. man i ford helped the president win the last time the parties had a contested convention. democrats bernie sanders and hillary clinton will both campaign in wisconsin. a new poll this morning shows sanders has closed the national gap with clinton is just six points behind. clinton led by 12 points in the same poll a week ago. the democratic front-runner is looking past sanders and taking aim at donald trump's foreign policy plans. >> trump wants us to pull out of nato. yeah. really. the most effective defense alliance in the history of the world. nato is headquartered in brussels. there's work for us to do. pulling out is the last and worst idea. >> ahead, we'll take a closer
team plus what a 1988 interview reveals about a view of the world then and now. the fbi is investigating a cyber attack that crippled computer systems at a major hospital chain. med star health in the washington, d.c., yeah, shut down its electronic data baze yesterday. thousands had to use paper records. investigators are now looking into whether hackers are demanding a ransom to restore their computer systems. they say there's no evidence that any information was compromised. powerful winds are whipping through the east coast. trees were brown trees were brought down. at least six states could see gusts up to 57 miles per hour. and a dust storm is blamed for a pileup on a california highway. the winds swirled in the mow ha
13 cars and two trucks were involved. a huge fire overnight involved two skyscrapers near dubai. images showed bright yellow flames up the sides of the building as burning material tumbled to the ground. hundreds were evacuated. another fire on new year's eve swept through a 63-year-old story in dubai. that raised concerns about the safety of building materials used in the city's high-rises. millions of americans face a new threat of dangerous earthquakes. ahead, michio kaku is looking at we are looking at temperatures this morning that range from the low 30s to the mid-40s. temperature wise, a little on the cool
making it feel colder. we do get up to 54 degrees but a wind add sezary is in effect until noon today. technology has evolved. this is a different kind of war. this raises profound questions about who is targeted and why. >> we have to accept risk. define the world that we leave to our children. a gun store owner is hailed as a hero for not making a sale. >> he refused to sell a gun to a disgruntled customer. >> at that point i said i can't
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ahead, what donald trump things of his former policy team and the talks. >> and the good morning. a blustery day today 6789 this morning, the search is own for a man wanted for a sexual assault at the historic [inaudible] the victim says the man barged in claiming he needed to wash his hands and then attacked her the bar was the
marked the start of the gay rights movement >> police say a accused killer is in custody. police say a dispute over money may have led to the shootings of the mother and son >> overnight, trees toppled and knocked out power across nassau county. there have also been sporadic power outages. the wind alert remains in effect through noon today reporter: we do have the bright blue skies so that's good news but of course it's on the chilly side and when you factor in the winds winds, and it's feeling like 33 in the hamptons, 40 in central park. as you
minutes. some viewers were actually offended by kevin harlan whoed a the end of the syracuse game announced that syracuse was back from the dead on easter sunday. i listened to it again, and i agree. he went a little too far. take a look. >> syracuse have done it. back from the dead on easter sunday. i'm reminded of the bible, luke,
why do you look for the living among the dead. he is not here. he has risen. remember how he told you he was still in galilee? the son of man must be delivered over to the hands of sinners, be crucified, and on the third day be raised again. and that is what -- >> you know? welcome back to "cbs this morning." i just thought he was very enthusiastic. >> that was the other site. that was not kevin. that was the parody. syracuse was on probation and not able to play. in truth, in sports terms, they are back from the dead. >> i thought he was a very enthusiastic guy. welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour, who would donald trump turn to in an international cry sichls ahead, we'll look at his emerging policy team and how much say it could really have in a trump white house. plus, new earthquakes in
professor michio kaku is in studio 57 with a new warning about the threats from activities like gas and oil drilling. >> first it's time to show you headlines from around the globe. "the wall street journal" is reporting on the extent of damage isis has caused in an ancient city. government forces drove isis out sunday after a ten-month occupation, but experts say more than 80% of the ruins are in good condition. troops have removed 150 mines from the city's historic site. the "los angeles times" reports on a large bonus. deborah reed, the chairman and ceo is getting a bonus of more than $3 million. enhanced video shows some of the methane that leaked for four months. she said its compensation goals were reached back in 2014. bloomberg reports on a former investment banker charged
with more than $95 million. he allegedly stole money through phony private equity. casperson could face up to 40 years in prison. and "the new york times" warns in a new editorial what it calls donald trump's dangerous basketball on foreign policy. they said his recent comments are, quote, contradictory and shockingly ignorant. we reported yesterday on his lengthy interview with the "times." trump suggested nuclear weapons could be used as a last resort and he listed three more naples. joanna gold yulia na goldman has more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. after promising to reveal who he would turn to, donald trump finally dripped out several napes over the last week, but it's still unclear exact low how
they would advise him if he wins the white house. >> i will have the finest team that anybody's put together. >> reporter: at the second republican presental debate donald trump said what he lacked for in foreign policy experience he would make up for with advisers. but asked repeatedly over the last six months, he declined to provide any names. >> i'm going to release a list in about two weeks. i think i know more about foreign policy than anybody running. >> i'm speaking of myself, number one, because i have a very good brain and i said a lot of things. >> we don't need two advisers to know what donald trump's view is. >> reporter: he said the billionaire businessman has always seemed to have his own proprietary consultant. as seen in this 1988 interview on "the oprah winfrey show."
everything into our markets. they come over here, sell their cars, vcrs, knock the hell out of our company. hey, i have tremendous respect for the japanese people. >> reporter: sound familiar? >> ripped off by china, by japan, by india, by every country. >> reporter: when trump finally identified some envesters last week, the list of low profile names was panned by the gop foreign policy community. many are former military officers including a man from the infamous blackhawks down. amid allegations of misconduct and later worked for the parent company of the troeshlg private security firm black wauter. some have been turned off by trump's repeated calls to use torture and terror tactics. >> we should go waterboarding
>> we're going go by those laws but expand them to make it much more severe. >> torture. you know, they say torture doesn't work. believe me, it works. waterboarding is your minor form. >> reporter: an adviser to mitt romney's 2012 campaign chalk thad up to big rhetoric. >> that's a very big difference from being a candidate and getting to the white house. >> reporter: ultimately trump will have the final say. >> it doesn't mean i'm going to use what they're saying but i do like different opinions. >> reporter: in his "new york times" interview, trump said he's developed his policies largely from news reports. he didn't answer when he met. a spokesperson does tell us he met with some advisers last week. >> all right, julianna. thank you. we saw one person jump from a window of the cockpit. he was then immediately surrounded by police.
others have left a plane on the stairs. we'll continue to bring you the updates as they come in to us. a pair of earthquakes is rattling oklahoma. there are no reports, though, of damage. >> the first quake hit hours after a release of a disturbing new government report that shows seismic activity in parts of the country's midsection are now as dangerous in california and alaska. for the first time government scientists are including manmade quakes on their earth-made science map. professor michio kaku is a proffers at the university of new york. we're pleased to have you this morning. >> good morning. >> oklahoma could be like california. >> that's right. ground zero could be colorado, texas, kansas, colorado. 7 million americans could be affected by this report, which is a game-changer.
it's gone up by a hundred to a thousand last year in oklahoma alone. >> why? what's happened? >> first of all t good news. the good news we s we could all enjoy the falling oil prices. less than $40 a barrel. that's a gauge changer but the bad news is the injection of wastewater. the injection of waste water into the ground helps to lubricate the fault line and expand them by overpressurizing them and that, we think, is causing the sudden ration of small earthquakes, up to 5.6 in oklahoma and elsewhere. >> what's number for an earthquake that you have to pay attention to? >> according to fema, the government, if a 5.6 were to hit dallas, texas, the damage would be $9.5 billion. and so we're talking about a considerable amount of economic damage.
oil explore raegs? >> no. there are measures that can be taken. perhaps we can do an injection of wastewater away from fault lines and populated areas. we can do more recycling of the wastewater. there are fixes that we can do which would, of course, raise the price of oil a bit. but i think it's a small price to pay for safety. >> thank you. >> thank you, professor. good to see you. a gun store owner's instinct about a customer may have prevented a mass shooting. ahead, what prompted the owner to refuse a sale. >> if you're heading out the door. take us with you. you can watch us live on your all access app on your digital device. ahead, a report reveals what
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adriana diaz is in logan, southeast of columbus, where she spoke to the man many call a hero. adriana, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. james howard walked into this store last monday to buy a gun, but he left empty-handed. that's because the store owner trusted his instincts and sent him away, even though howard passed a background check at this counter. >> he had his finger on the trigger like he was going to, you know, use it. >> reporter: john downs makes his living selling guns but he may have saved lives by turning down a customer. >> i said i can't sell you the gun. i've just got a bad feeling about this, and i'm not going to sell it to you very last monday james howard withdrew from his classes at ohio university and allegedly assaulted an assistant hockey coach. later he drove 30 mijtss to
downs refused to sell him a rifle. >> it was a look in his eye. >> how can you explain it? >> i don't know. he was going to do something. he was going to do something. >> reporter: howard returns to downs' store but downs locked the door and called 911. a gun was found in the back seat. >> when we arrived he had 20-gauge shotguns and shell and ammunition ready to purchase. >> reporter: according to the athens county prosecutor howard was found in possession of a firearm while being drug dependant or in danger of becoming drug dependant. >> do you think the gun shop owner saved lives? >> would say he probably did. we don't know what he may have prevented. >> reporter: downs says he's not
parents and students have thanked him nonetheless. >> his dad called me today, rlg emotional. his son could have been shot. >> reporter: howard is currently being held at a regional jail. his 3w07b8d was set at $125,000. police say he does have a known history of mental health issues. he'll be arraigned on april 6th. gayle? >> go, mr. downs. sometimes you can't explain it but you know it when you see it. >> don't you wish more gun store owners had that instinct? >> you'd think so.
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>>good morning, a windy start to your day. we'll have your forecast in just a moment but first,. >> a fire broke out early this morning in queen queen queens and spread to at least one more building. at least three firefighters suffered minor injuries in this blaze. a jersey city woman is hospitalized in critical condition after being hit by a car last
to witnesses, they say it was no accident. the car jurisdiction a -- jumped a curb knocking down a light pole. strong winds continue to batter parts of the tri-state area. several cars suffered damage from falling branches. there have been also been power outages but most have been restored. the wind alert remains through noon today. reporter: yeah, things are gooking interesting. temperatures -- looking interesting. temperatures ranging from the low 30s to the 40s so far this morning but you factor in the winds and it feels quite a bit cooler. there's just not a lot to look at here. no moisture today. a very different story than yesterday.
factor. those advisories in effect through most areas until noon. fifty-four degrees is our forecast high for today. gusts between 45 and 55 miles per hour. 54 today but onedy, tomorrow looking great -- windy. tomorrow looking great, 57 degrees, temperatures spike on thursday and friday but we could see more rain. >> thanks.
about 25 minutes. it is tuesday, march 29th, 2016. welcome back to "cbs this morning." i almost said 2015. it's 2016. there's more real news ahead including the dramatic end to the hijacking of an egyptian jet. a man is arrested after somebody climbed out of the cockpit window. but first here's today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >> we just saw one person jump
he was immediately surrounded. >> he was known to the police, ordered to stay off the capitol grounds, something that did not happen yesterday. >> the question now is whether the government will tell apple how and who was able to get past the security. >> authorities claim they are making progress in a damaged terrorist network. how much, however, is an open and vexing question. >> donald trump will campaign here this afternoon. protests are expected because, well, one was held here last night. >> after promising to reveal who he turns to for foreign policy advice, donald trump finally dripped out several names. >> howard walked into this store to buy a gun but the store owner trusted his instincts and sent him away. >> oklahoma could be like california. >> several million americans could be affected by this report, which is a game-changer, human-induced manmade earthquake. >> you can follow this. more than 47,000 people have signed a petition to allow guns
convention. yeah. and every single one of them is a democrat. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" at 8:00 is presented by nationwide. i'm charlie rose with gayle king and dana jacobson of cbs sports network. norah o'donnell is off. the man who hijacked an egyptian airline is arrested and everyone is safe. this is a picture of him. he allegedly took control of the plane. it ended when someone jumped out of the plane's cockpit window. police surrounded that person. >> about 50 passengers were released from the jet earlier this morning and they included about eight americans. flight 181 took off from lexa bound for cairo before it was
debora joins us from sigh ss us. good morning. >> good morning. his demands were confusing. he wanted to see his ex-wife and have prisoners released. passengers were calm and soon began coming out of the aircraft to waiting buses. this photo allegedly taken inside the cabin apparently shows the suspect who has been identified by cypriot officials as seif eldin mustafa. cyprus's spokesperson was quick to say this was not a terrorist incident and they say they had no idea how he got through airport security and whether it actually was a real suicide vest packed with explosives. the hijacker did not have access to the cockpit and he was reportedly communicating with the pilot through the cabin crew.
throw a letter written in arabic asking that it be delivered to his ex-wife who is cypriot. now, of course, this incident coming so soon after the brussels attack is bound to raise some serious questions over how a man was able to hijack a plane for so long. debora? >> thank you. the fbi's legal fight with apple over the san bern demo gun man's phone is now over. they unlocked his iphone without help from the tech giant. in february the judge ordered apple to develop new software to disable the auto-erase function. apple refused that order. they said, quote, from the beginning we objected to the fbi's demand that we build a back door into the iphone because we believe it was wrong and would set a dangerous precedent.
>> comey said the fbi could not access the phoenix without apple's help. we got isis's reaction yesterday. >> he should have done a lot more before they developed a back door to their own product. that ultimately is where there's a lot of egg on the fbi's face. this is a solution they could have found. they weren't looking for it. >> justice department will not reveal the identity of the third party that helped unlock the phone or even if they're based in the united states. the campaign turns to wisconsin. a just released poll shows democrat bernie sanders has closed gap nationally with hillary clinton to just six points but she still leads by a sizeable margin in the delegate count. despite the tight abouting democratic race, hillary clinton has before targeting donald trump.
for trump's rise in madison. >> every day a republican bemoans the rise of donald trump. they say a trump nomination will set their party back decades. i agree. it will set the republican party back if donald trump is their standard bareearer. but donald trump didn't come out of nowhere. what the republicans have sewn with their extremist tactics, they're now reaping with their republican candy dacy. >> some republican voters could go outside that party in the fall. more than half of the republicans in the new poll say they would be satisfied with a matchup between trump and clinton, but nearly one-third say they would seriously consider a third party candidate. the poll also finds trump with support from nearly half of the registered republicans nationally. he's more than 20 points ahead of ted cruz. cruz monday challenged trump to
>> in all likelihood donald is going to turn me down. why? because because he's actually scared about answering questions about substance. he hurls insults. he does not have meaningful solutions to the problems facing this country. >> trump says he's already beatsen cruz in every debate and has more delegates and more votes. president obama spoke at a syracuse university dinner honoring robin toner. he told a packed room full of journalists he's disappointed in the tone of the campaign. >> the number one question i get as i travel around the world is what is happening in america. it's not because around the world people have not seen crazy politics politics. it is that they understand america's the place where you can't afford completely crazy politics.
challenge politicians for facts and not, quote, dumb down the news. georgia's governor is facing criticism in his own po party this morning for rejecting a so-called liberty bill. critics call it anti-gay while baerks call it protecting their rights. i they say it would deny services and jobs to the lgbt community. many praise the governor after the veto. cota colaossaes diehl's actions maintain georgia's reputation as a top state in which to do business. one of its backers and state senators josh mckeown was asked if he thought politics triumph the pope.
that's unfortunate but i think the governor caved to some of the pressure he was receiving from the business community as well as those on the left. >> the governor rejected the criticism and says he does not respond well to insults or threats. >> thousands of doctors around the country are on medical probation, but they're still
the new cover story in consumer reports is called "what you don't know about your doctor could hurt you." it reveals how thousands of doctors across the u.s. are on probation for drug abuse, sexual comments, and making sometimes careless deadly mistakes, but they're still out there practicing. >> in one case in california an ob-gyn was placed on probation for 40 cases of negligence and incompetence including removing the wrong ovary, yet he was allowed to keep practicing, and he did not have to disclose his probation to his patients. dr. holly phillips joins us at the table it. when you hear that story, you say, that definitely doesn't sound right.
your doctor's medical history. >> they've put together an advocacy group. at the top of that list, they want something called the national practitioner data bank to be open to the public. now, this is a day pa bank managed by the didn't of health and human services and it's a huge repository about health providers. not just doctors, nurses, fiscal therapists, and you can find information about malpractice suits and disciplinary action that they may have been involved in. >> is it true that a very few set of doctors are responsible for malpractice? >> that is true. in fact, 2% of doctors are responsible. but here's what's interesting about that, charlie. it doesn't necessarily mean that those doctors are bad doctors. for instance, doctors who are more likely to get sued are those who dive into the most difficult cases, those who are
there are no other options that may not have a good outcome and others turn down. there are doctors will only take simple cases where they know they have success and, therefore, their record stays clean. if i'm choosing a doctor, i'm choosing a doctor who's willing to take the most difficult cases. >> what about the headline? that sort of stands out when you hear sexual misconduct and careless mistakes. why shouldn't that be open so patients can see that. >> right. transparency is the buzz word at the morld and this data has some of that information there. it's not open to the public. doctors can see it, hospitals can use it. the medical board can see it. they make use of it when it comes to licensing. but the public does access to information and they can find that right on the websites for the state medical board. >> but those can be difficult to
>> and cop super reports rightly points out that some of the reports are not easy to navigate. information may be there but finding it and going through some of the legalese isn't always there. >> what is the solution to this? >> i do think patients should be armed with the information but as the ama states, that information is only useful if accurate. the database may not have the most accurate information. it's best to rely on the state medical boards. also, if you're choosing a doctor, go with intuition. we see medical malpractice claims and cases are much lower when patients feel like they can talk to their doctor and most importantly when they feel like their doctors are listening to them. >> thank you. they became brothers in arms while filming "american sniper." ahead, bradley cooper and jake mcdormand take us insight the cbs drama "limitless."
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it's hugely phenomenal and it moves to prime time. go, james. he's adding to his celebrity trove of treasured passengers, and, boy, have we enjoyed the ride. having so much holding hands and skimming stones >> reporter: corden has hosted a list of gifts in his passenger seat including elton john. baby, baby, baby >> reporter: justin bieber. one direction. you don't know, you don't know >> reporter: and adele. >> that was amazing. >> reporter: his edition of car pool karaoke shattered the internet. >> who's the most famous person?
corden picks up jennifer lopez for a music filled ride. >> are you ready? >> yeah, i'm ready. noelt tonight we going to be it on the floor >> reporter: and you'll find out which international superstar james corden is texting. >> hey, baby. i'm feeling like i need to cut loose. any suggestions? let me know. j.lo. >> sign it j.lo. that would be really good. >> j.lo, you know, from the block. there you go. >> you can see all this and more on the"the late late show" car pool karaoke tonight at 10:00, 9:00 central on cbs. that's the reaction everybody has. you start laughing because he's having fun.
>> everybody wants to sing. >> you cannot be unhappy and sing. >> he's just himself. teenage girls are facing more pressure when it comes to their appearance. author peggy ornstein is in our toyota green room and she shares how parents can discuss this and other sensitive topics with their daughters. you're watching "cbs this morning." . good morning, its 8:25 on tuesday, march 29th. it's a blustery day. new this morning, a huge fire broke out in an apartment building in queens and then spread to at least one adjacent building. the scene is not far from la guardia airport. at least three firefighters suffered minor injuries. >> the search is on for a man
sexual assault at the historic stonewall inn. police say a man attacked a transgender woman saturday night. the bar it was site of the 1969 demonstrations that marked the start of the modern gay rights movement. >> its a very disturb incident taking place in a site that is very important historically and where something good happened in terms of creating more opportunity for people to live their lives to see a violent incident like this is troubling. >> the mayor says the police know who the suspect is and an arrest is eminent. there have been power outages due to
>> you are right, it has been a really quite interesting with all of the winds. temperatures this morning ranging from 34 to 44. a little warmer for babylon and belmar at 46 degrees. the winds cob tog 23 miles an hour in monticello and 32 miles an hour wind gusts for babylon. the wind advisory is in effect for most of the area until noon. today is a beauty. 54 degrees with bright blue skies but it's blustery. tonight, 36 degrees but the winds are starting to die down. they start to do that in the afternoon. tomorrow, we're at 57 degrees but minus the winds, it should feel
minutes. a lakers fan gets a whiff of a receive near last night at a lakers game. retiree kobe bryant threw his sweaty arm band into the stands. the fan was so excited she decided to take a sniff and smell the superstar's sweat. >> oh, no. the sweet smell of kobe. go, kobe. >> i hope he smells good.
coming up in this half hour, a new book explores young women's opinions and experiences when it comes to sex. author peggy orenstein is in studio 57. she talked to a lot of different girls and got fresh answers. we'll talk about the hooked up culture. plus carrying on a limitless legacy. michelle goes on a tour. right now it's time to show you some of this morning's headlines. the "washington post" reports on a new blood test that could detect concussions. researchers say a protein that stays in the blood stream up to a week could indicate traumatic brain injury. the test may help injured children avoid radiation-exposing scans. "the new york times" reports on hip-hop mogul sean combs opening up a chart irschool in new york. he says capital prep harlem is
lit have 160 students in sixth to seventh grade. it's modeled after a year-round school in hartford that says it has a 100% rate. the school is already accepting applications. >> they're denying they'll have an exhibit devoted to bill cosby. they say there will be two objects related to cosby. the comic book from "i spy" and an album. several women who have accused cosby of assault say they're upset the museum will not mention their allegations. cosby denies any wrong-doing. "forbes" reports instagram is denying any changes in its feed. celebrities and other users urge fans to keep follow them by turning on notifications. that would make sure floerls wouldn't miss posts but
weeks and even months of testing before we roll this out more broadly. we'll let the community know before any changes are made. the "new york post" reports. filmmaker judd appatow reported. he died last week at the age of 66ing. >> and they report how carmelo anthony gave a fan a mid game hug. he hugged him for a moment. afterward anthony said he was shocked, didn't know who it was till he looked over and saw the kid. >> i say you can never have too many hugs. it was a little jarring to see but it was a hug. >> they start having sex at the age of 17 but as holtd reminds
for adults and the children. >> where do babies come from? >> where do you think they come from? >> i think a stork, he drops it down and then a hole goes in your body. >> they kiss and jump on their bed. after year she peeed and the baby comes out. >> oh, my god. >> any time you think about kissing a boy, i want you to picture wearing this under your halter top. >> you're going to have a lot of urges. you're going to want to take off your clothes and touch each ore. but if you do touch each other, you will get chlamydia. >> the pill is not 100% effective. ask some of your friends' parents. >> it's hartsfield-jackson to be magical. >> yeah, it can. >> love can't be planned. >> it's not love she's talking about. it's sex.
insight into casual relationships and sex and she interviewed 70 and more young women. it's a difficult topic to discuss but it's a very important conversation to have. >> it is. i have to say the first couple of interviews i did between you and me, totally blew them. it's not easy for me either. you know. once i got used to it and suspended the judgment and listened to thegirls, then it was great and they were so happy i could bring their voices back so parents and girls could read them and start that conversation. >> teen definition of sex seemed to be confusing to a lot of kids, right? >> i tell you, we have to broaden the definition of sex beyond just intercourse because that does not encompass all the things kids are doing. when we don't talk oral sex, that opens the door for co-ergs
>> it jumped out to me not just that so much but just this idea. there was one girl, a quote wrrks she said every girl's desire is to be just slotutty enough. i don't know how that means. that's more shocking to me. >> one girl said to me that usually the opposite of a negative is a positive but when you're talking about girls and sex, it's two negatives. you're either a slut or a prude and you're trying to find the spot in the middle and it's ever shifting whether you're talking real life or online life. >> talking about vocabulary, they do use words unique to them. >> right. like the one we always hear about is hook up, right? hooking up is a completely meaningless word. every time they say it, i say, that means? it means different things to different girls.
even they don't know what's going on. i'm a word nerd and that interested me so catching feelings. you don't want to catch feelings like it's a disease. talking means dating, you know, seeing somebody now. >> are they feeling pressured to have sex? you talk about they're not having more sex than they used to, but are they feeling more pressure to have sex? are they having sex they don't really want to have? >> there's a lot of nonreciprocal behavior going on, particularly true for girls with oral sex that. really started bothering me. after a while i started saying, look, if some boy asked you to go get a glass of water from the kitchen every time you were together ore and over again and nefrd offered to get you a glass of water or went, okay, i'll get you a glass of water, you would never stand for it. these are very high-powered girls i was talking to, very educated girls. they would laugh and say, you
that way. >> and they don't really see -- you have a -- you illustrate that they don't really see sex as a form of power. you have these very strong denlts girls but when it came to sex they suddenly became very make and very mild. >> i think one of the big diskektss and something that was really important, these girl, their lives had changed very much in the public recommend. they were educated, had am mission, would go places, but that didn't translate into the private world. one girl said to me i come from generations of really powerful women and i'm powerful and it's a feminine form of power and she talked about these handful of hookups, not resipry cal or satisfying to her but she said, you know, i guess girls are trained to be meek and mild and not express their wants. said, you said you were a strong women. she said, yeah, nobody told me that applied to sex.
assault because if their definitions are different and they're meek and mild, do they understand where no is no? >> i think increasingly yes, they do, because girls have been organizing and talking about this, but that's been a real process. i've certainly talked to girls who were not sure and had spent the night with somebody and had been assaulted. there's one girl in particular her rapist drops her off and says, thank you, i had a great time and doesn't know why she said. >> it how much is peer pressure a factor? >> it's always a fak tofrmt we have the change the way we talk to our kids and break the silence about not only the risk and danger of sex but frankly talk to the girls about what they're entitle to. that they're entitled to reciprocity, to pleasurer and
and limits and have those considered and their early experiences shouldn't be something they have to get over. >> you say in netherlands where they have frank discussions, the pregnancy rate is lower and they enjoy sex at a later age. >> thatabsolutely. the really big difference while the parents are equally comfortable talking about sex parents only talk about risk and danger and in the netherlands they talk about how to balance joy and responsibility. >> they're onto something. thank you, peggy very much. >> thank you. >> the name of the book is called "girls&sex." it goes on sale today. these two talk about their admiration for each other and charlie rose. >> we were talking about charlie rose. we like charlie rose.
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dana is going to get you a seat. you know what? it's going to be fun. who doesn't like a standing ovation. >> that's bradley cooper. he made several cameos in the show's first season, but he's always behind the scenes as an executive producer. michelle miller went to the "limitless" set. she spoke to bradley cooper and james mcdorman about their collaboration and their mutual admiration. >> i'm actually amazed how well you look. >> reporter: call it a hollywood breaux machbls bradley cooper and jake mcdorman taking time off the "limitless" set and full of compliments for each other. it's a friendship forged while working on last year's oscar nominated film "american sniper." >> you did your job. you've seen the story.
"american sniper" together. >> that was only two years ago. >> that was two years ago. >> that's crazy. >> we were talking about it. it was a week ago today, a year ago, they was trying to talk him into doing this tv show. >> how does someone talk to someone about their first lead into a tv series? >> it doesn't take much. >> more than i thought it would. >> really? are you kidding me? i played that really well then. >> you say good-bye. i'll say good riddance. >> reporter: while working on "american sniper," cooper saw something in mcdorman, an ability to carry a television series that requires endurance. >> he's like perfectly built for this rigor, which is not for everything. >> it's interesting. it moves through fast. it ends up like being an athletic sport which is a totally different approach to what i've about been used to. >> bradley, is it important that
is that why you work with the same people over and over again? the jennifer lawrences, bobby de niros? >> for sure, for sure. you try to tell a story given a parameter and a lot of restrictions, so you find when it works with people, you want to repeat that. >> the "almightiless" journey skban five years ago after cooper started in the film and adapted the story for television, his first as a television director. >> you'ren to have an experience of a lifetime. >> what's the top story. >> it was amazing. that was a movie we shot in 2010. came out in 2011 and for it to actually take a life now, you know, it's so crazy. it's really kind of amazing. >> reporter: cooper's original
live on. he's made several cameos. >> he's running for president. >> does he have a shot? >> i think you never bet on a guy at mtz. >> the clear pill offer as dose of all-knowing power. >> here we go. >> reporter: in this first season, nzp allowed mcdorman's character brian finch to find fugitives. >> promise you i will locate every one of these people. >> reporter: and helped him cure his father of a life-threatening illness. >> i think you've got something called hemocrow moto sis. >> reporter: in the real life another season. either way, they'll keep
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. good morning. it's tuesday march 29th. a windy day ahead. we'll have the forecast in jrue a e movement -- just a moment but first, an arrest in a double murder case. police say the accused killer is in custody in pennsylvaniament anthony rivera and his mother adele were gunned down last sunday. police say a dispute over money may have led to the
new york positive for elevated levels of lead in the last five years according to the head of the housing authority. she says very few houses where they live contain hazardous levels of lead so it is not to the levels. strong winds batter the area. overnight, toppled trees knocked out power for several counties. the wind alert remains in effect through noon so let's check on that forecast. reporter: mary, as people step out the door, they might be surprised. it feels very much like winter out there when you couple these temperatures with the wind. everybody in the hoss except monticello so not bad temperatures but the windses
so it feels cold. we do have a wind advisory in the area until noon. 54 degrees is our forecast high today. we get that with bright blue skies and blustery wind gust between 35 and 45 miles per hour. tonight, the winds die down. it starts in the amp and really happens overnight. tomorrow, 57 without winds. >> our next newscast is at
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