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captioning funded by cbs it's friday, january 15th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." as the clock ticks down to the iowa caucuses, the gloves come off between the leading republican candidates. donald trump and ted cruz go toe-to-toe on the debate stage. a wound is reopened in
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newly released video shows an unarmed teenager shot to death by police. outrage over the oscar nominations. questions about discrimination when, for a second year in a row, all of the performers nominated for an academy award are white. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. a little more than two weeks to go until the process of electing the next president begins with the iowa caucuses. that will be the first vote after more than six months of campaigning. last night in south carolina, seven of the republican candidates took the debate stage. it was the smallest group of gop hopefuls yet, and it appears to be turning into a two-man race. the latest national poll finds donald trump with his strongest support to date and he is followed by ted cruz and that set the table for tense moments between the two leaders.
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charleston with more. >> reporter: donald trump and ted cruz stood shoulder-to-shoulder on the debate stage. but it appears their civil relationship may be splitting apart. the two leading candidates providing viewers with some of the night's most heated exchanges. >> if you become the nominee, who the hell knows if you can even serve in office? >> reporter: front-runner donald trump brought his birther argument to his closest rival on the stage. he claims ted cruz isn't qualified to run for president because he was born to a u.s. citizen on canadian soil. >> why are you raising this issue now? >> because now he is doing a little bit better. no, i didn't care before. >> i spent my entire life defending the constitution before the u.s. supreme court and i'll tell you, i'm not going to be taking legal advice from donald trump. >> you don't have to. >> is the romance gone? do you two hate each other now? >> from my end, i like donald and continue to sing his praises. i am not attacking him. i'm going to defend myself. >> reporter: cruz battled back,
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conservatism. >> the values in new york city are socially liberal, proabortion or pro gay marriage, focus around money and the media. >> ted cruz insulted 20 million people. >> reporter: trump made no apologies for his tone. rebuffing criticism from the gop and south carolina governor nikki haley. >> i'm angry because our country is a mess. >> reporter: cruz also took heat for failing to disclose a million dollar loan from goldman sachs used to finance his 2012 senate campaign. >> yes, i made a paper work error, disclosing it on one piece of paper, instead of the other. >> reporter: the universal opponent for the gop candidates was democrat hillary clinton. >> someone who lies to the four president of the united states. >> if she gets elected, her first hundred days, instead of setting an agenda, she might be going back and forth between the >> reporter: trump refused to back down from his proposal to
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ban muslims from entering the united states, but some of the candidates took a different approach to the hot button topic. >> you can't just ban all muslims. you have to ban radical islam jihadist. >> we don't want to put everybody in the same category. >> reporter: the candidates get another chance to face off in two weeks, just days before the iowa caucuses. rand paul, who missed the cut for the main stage debate, did not attend. a number of his supporters interrupted the moderators at one point, chanting for the kentucky senator to be included. the democratic candidates will have one more chance to debate before iowa. that, too, will happen here in south carolina on sunday. weijia jiang, cbs news, north charleston, south carolina. with time ticking down until the first votes are cast, which of the candidates helped their kaust last -- cause last night? cbs news senior political editor insight.
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explosive and very entertaining and interesting to see how this moves forward affecting ted cruz in iowa. he was ganged up by donald trump and marco rubio and even the moderators. he found himself playing defense all night. he did a pretty decent job paring the tough questions but will it have any effect on his poll numbers? remains to be seen. then there was a battle for third place. sich and ben carson. rubio and christie very strong debates and not turned into much in terms of polling for them. will it change? interesting to see what happened there. bush, kasich and carson, they really needed a moment, a game changing moment. it didn't happen. i think they have to rely on being out there on the trail and hoping they can change voters minds while they are campaigning. i'm steve chaggaris, cbs news, new york. on the democratic side, hillary clinton campaign is up in arms over a new bernie sanders ad.
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it suggests that clinton wouldn't be tough enough on wall street. clinton campaign says sanders is breaking a pledge not to run negative advertising. but last night on "the tonight show" clinton's focus was elsewhere. >> if i'm so fortunate to be the democratic nominee, obviously, i'll run against whoever they nominate, but if it's donald trump, it will be quite the showdown. >> we will talk to bernie sanders about his new ad, wall street reform, and hillary clinton coming up on "cbs this morning." it was sean penn's meeting with mexican drug kingpin joaquin "el chapo" guzman, is part of what led to his capture. just released text messages between guzman and kate del castillo, shows guzman didn't even know who penn was. guzman was captured last friday.
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coming up on "cbs this morning," charlie rose talks with sean penn about his controversial interview with el chapo. surveillance video of a fatal shooting. of a black teenager by a chicago policeman fails to conclusive show if the teen failed to turn anything. released. find is disturbing. suspect cedric chatman is pulled over. he tries to escape. two officers chase him. one thinks he spots a gun and fires four shots. >> as soon as the officer encountered mr. chatman laying on the ground, flips him over and handcuffs him and takes his boot and he steps on top of him. >> chatman was carrying an iphone box. chatman's family shows the video shows he posed no threat. they have fall a wrongful death lawsuit against the city and two officers. this morning police in indonesia arrested three suspects linked to yesterday's attacks in jakarta. the men were arrested near the capital.
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islamic state flag at one of the attacker's home. yesterday, men attacked a starbucks and police booth. all of the attackers and two others were killed. they say navigation error caused two navy boats to end up in iranian waters, the crew, ten sailors, were captured and held overnight and released on wednesday. secretary of defense ash carter says they have misnavigated and apparently didn't report the navigational error at the time. the winners of that record breaking $1.6 billion powerball jackpot remain a mystery this morning. there are three winning tickets. sold in california, florida, and tennessee. the winners in tennessee and florida have 180 days to come forward. >> we will know who it is when they come forward. the state law in tennessee means we are subject to open record so we will have the name of the
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winner and if any of you ask, we will release that. i can't imagine you won't ask, right? until they come forward, we don't know. >> the winner in california has a year to contact lottery officials. coming up on the "morning news." outrage over michigan's water crisis. protesters take over the state capital to demand answers about flint's contaminated water. later, the academy awards face diversity questions following the announcement of the nominations. this is the "cbs morning news." my li'l buddy? and what if this happened again? i was given warfarin in the hospital but i wondered if this was the right treatment for me. then my doctor told me about eliquis. eliquis treats dvt and pe blood clots and reduces the risk of them happening again. pnot only does eliquis treat dvt and pe blood clots, t but eliquis also had significantly less major bleeding v than the standard treatment. knowing eliquis had both... turned around my thinking. pdon't stop eliquis unless your
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on the morning newsstand. "the new york times" reports that planned parenthood is suing the anti-abortion activist would who secretlily recorded the group's employees. it shows planned parenthood employees providing fetal tissue. activists claim the tape show the organizations illegally sold body parts. planned parenthood lawsuit accuses the activists of engaging in a complex criminal enterprise to spread lies. the "detroit free press" reports michigan's governor is seeking a disaster declaration for flint's drinking water crisis. the water game contaminated with lead after the city switched the city's water source to the flint river. last night, one city councilman demanded action. >> see federal and state legislators get involved and give us the proper finance to fix our problems. it's been crippling us for quite sometime. >> if granted, federal
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to settle with regulators. jetblue's website is back up-to-speed this morning. online check-ins and booking services disrupted yesterday due to a computer glitch at a verizon data center. the trouble affected jetblue's major hubs, including new york, los angeles and boston and dozens of flights were delayed. there is a temporary price drop at amazon prime. amazon is shopping the price of its prime shipping and entertainment service from 99 to $73. the offer is good this weekend. amazon says it's celebrating its two golden globe awards for "mozart in the jungle." sesame street era on hbo begins tomorrow. and hbo will air the 46th season of the award winning children's show. 35 episode, including a new format, and some new faces. the episode have been shortened to a half hour. some favorite characters like elmo and cookie monster will get
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more screen time. the neighborhood is stiffed up and there will be an expanded human cast. >> it's weird. it's weird that "sesame street" will be on hbo but you will be able to watch those episodes on pbs but you have to wait nine months, before you can. >> the neighborhood is stiffed up. can't wait to see it. >> not surprising. it's hbo. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. still to come, a football player's heart warming play. the vikings blair walsh visits a young fans at an elementary school who offered him kind words after a missed kick. garten class after they offer him kind words after a missed kick. don't fence me in. give me a mile and a half for every buck i spend. double my miles when the first year ends. no annual fees, no blackouts, let the fun begin. don't fence me in. get the discover it miles card.
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everyone in hollywood who wasn't white were snubbed this year. the academy awards are so white this year, they are being held in the organic fruit aisle at trader's joe. >> the academy of motion pictures, arts, and science is is facing diversity. when the academy announced the nominations yesterday, like last year, all of the 20 of the acting nominees are white and all of the nominees for best director are male. the academy award doesn't reflect the diversity of the movie industry. it was discussed last night with "entertainment tonight" kevin frazier. >> the academy voters are 40% white and 76% male and their average age is 63. >> chris rock will host the 88th academy awards next month. the movie world is mourning the death of british actor alan rickman. >> do you really think you have a chance against us, mr. cowboy? >> yippee-kay-ay! >> the actor who once tormented
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bruce willis in "die-hard" died in london. he also appeared in eight "harry potter" films, among many other movies and tv shows in hess decades long career. rickman died of cancer. he was 69. the song goes "i'll be there for you," but matthew perry won't be there for the "friends" reunion. fans got their hopes up this week on word that the cast was getting together to honor the legendary director james burrow but the guy who made chancellor a household name will be in rehearsals for a play in london. it was a lesson of a lifetime. minnesota vikings kicker blair walsh personally thanking a classroom of first graders for their kindness on thursday. they sent him letters of encouragement after he missed against the seahawks sunday. he said their letters touched his heart. >> i'm here to tell you thank you from the bottom of my heart, seriously. that cheered me up a lot and for you guys to do that for me, somebody you've never met, you don't know, that is huge. >> walsh took questions and
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signed autographs for his young fans. there is more playoff football on tap this weekend. the afc divisional playoffs kickoff tomorrow on cbs. the kansas city chiefs take on the new england patriots. on sunday, it's the pittsburgh steelers and the denver broncos. both games start at 4:30 eastern. this is the cbs morning news. we stop arthritis pain, so you don't have to stop. because you believe in go. onward. today's the day. carpe diem. 8hr arthritis pain has two layers of pain relief. the first is fast. the second lasts all day. we g ive you your day back. what you do with it is up to you.
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>> good morning, central florida. it is 4:56 on a friday. i'm bridgett ellison. >> we made it. i'm david hall. here are the stories making headlines this friday morning. we are following breaked news after a state-wide alert is issued for this boy. find out what we know about his disappearance. >> a local deputy hurt in crash. what witnesses are saying about the moments leading up to it. we'll get to that and more in a moment. >> let's bring in troy bridges onthis friday. >> good morning. we are talking about big storms rolling in, it is really going to be from 7:00 this morning through 1:00 in the afternoon. they are going to be moving quickly and then moving out.
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quickly, they will be bringing in strong winds and the possibility of some rotation. that could lead to a couple of tornadoes. the main threat will be wind and heavy rain. let's get you to it and show you what we are pinpointing carefully. that area of low pressure developing in the gulf of mexico, moving mostly of the energy to the north and northeast through georgia and the panhandle of florida. you can see that but there is a trailing front that will be moving into central florida. if you look closely, beginning to develop. this will be moving in through 7:00 this morning through 8:00, 9:00, 10:00, 11:00 and we'll continue that until about 1:00 and then most of that stuff pushes out off the coast and we begin to dry out. good. it is the morning and the noon hour where we'll be dealing with stronger storms, the main threat strong winds. 73 will be the temperature at noon. that coverage is 90% through the
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noon hour. up to 76 by 4:00. then there's 6:00, notice a 20% chance for rain. here are the temperatures out the door. mild. certainly nothing is cool as we saw a couple of days back. plenty of warm air in place ahead of the storm system. 61 in ocala. 65 at new smyrna beach. 68 at cocoa beach. here is the clouds and rain forecast. notice the latest model data at 8:00 showing us covered with showers and storms. heavy rain and strong wind gusts t. greatest threat. look at that. it continues to push in just ahead of the boundary through 10:00 this morning. all of us, 100% of us dealing with heavy storms. there's 11:00. notice i-4, beginning to clear out a little bit and through 1:00 in the afternoon, still seeing some of those stronger storms in brevard county. by 2:00, 3:00, we push most all of that out to sea, a few lingering showers possible later
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in the afternoon. the heaviest of this stuff out of here. coming up, we'll pinpoint more of what you can expect with the severe threat. first heats check on the roads and head back to bridgett and david. >> let's look at the roads. a look at i-4 at michigan street, the headlights moving towards you are heading westbound. traffic is moving smoothly and up to speed. that's the good news. here's some of your drive times for i-4, northbound from eau gallie to 528 will take you 20 minutes or so. then from southbound from 44 to 528, that will take you around 40 minutes. the morning news starts right now. a state-wide alert for this boy from seminole county. what we learned about his disappearance. >> first up, rain is falling in parts of central florida. in hours, that weather could
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