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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 chicago. new video shows an unarmed teenager shot to death by police. outrage over the oscar nomination. 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.
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 find donald trump with his strongest support of yet and he is followed by ted cruz and that set the table for tense moments between the two leaders. weijia jiang is in north charleston with more. >> reporter: donald trump and ted cruz shadowtood shoulder-to-shoulder on the debate stage. 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? jo front-runner donald trump brought his birther statement. he claims ted cruz isn't qualified to run for president because he was born to a u.s.
>> why are you raising this issue now? >> because now he is doing a little bit better. no, i didn't care before. defending the constitution before the u.s. supreme court and i'll tell you, i'm not taking legal advice from donald trump. >> is the romance gone? do you two hate each other now? >> i continue to sing his praises. i am not attacking him. i'm going to defend myself. >> reporter: cruz battled back, questioning trump's conservatism. >> pro gay marriage focus around the media. >> reporter: trump made no apologies for his tone. >> 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
>> yes, i made a paper work error, disclosing it on one piece of paper and not the other. >> reporter: >> someone who lies to the four victims in the benghazi can never be 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 white house and the courthouse. >> reporter: trump refused to back down from his proposal to ban muslims into 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 extremist jihadist. >> 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
that, too, will happen here in north 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 cause last night in cbs news senior political editor gaf usve us his insight. >> a lot of fireworks and very explosive and very entertaining and interesting to see how this moves forward ted cruz in iowa. he was ganged up by donald trump and marco rubio and 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. rubio and jeb bush and kasich 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. carson needed a game changing moment and didn't happen. i think they have to rely on being out other on the trail and hoping they can change voters minds while they are campaigning. i'm steve chaggarr circumstances, cbs news, new york. hillary clinton campaign is up in arms over a new bernie sanders ad. 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. >> i'm elected to be the democratic nominee, i'll run 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."
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>> as soon as the officer encountered mr. chatman laying on the ground, flips him over and steps on his foot. >> 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 attack in jakarta. the men were arrested near the capital. police say they recovered an islamic state flag at one of the attackers home. yesterday, men attacked a starbucks and police booth. all of the attackers and two others were killed. two navy boats ended 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.
breaking $1.6 billion powerball ackpot remain a mystery this morning. three tickets were sold in california, florida, and tennessee. the winners in tennessee and florida have 180 days to come forward. >> we won't know who it is until they come forward. the state law in tennessee means we are subject to open record and if we have the record, we have to release that. i can't imagine that you all won't know, 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 faces tough questions following the announcement of the nominations. my li'l buddy?
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"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 bruce willis in "die-hard" died in london. he also starred in "harry potter." 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
london. blair walsh personally thanking a classroom of first graders for their kindness on thursday. they sent him letters of encouragement after he missed the game winning kick against the seahawks on sunday. he said their letters touched his heart. >> i want to say thank you from the bottom of my heart. 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. signed autographs for his young 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.
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gary hrk orker from kiro spoke with a pageant official. >> i'm just relieved it's over. >> reporter: maureen francisco, a director of miss washington usa, said she got a call from 23-year-old stormy keffler saying she wanted to formally resign her title as miss washington usa before the organization could strip her title. >> we are just glad that she decided to resign on her own. it just makes it easier for everybody. >> miss washington usa 2016 is stormy keffler. >> reporter: she was crowned last october. but she was picked up for drunk driving and spent time in jail. >> you want to be transparent and honest because it will eventually come out. why would you want to hide anything, right? somebody is going to rat you out. >> reporter: the woman holding hands with keffler here in the
she is kelsey schmidt of belleview and she is now miss washington waus but schmidt can't be crowned just yet because the crown and sash which were in keffler's possession are gone. >> it disappeared. it disappeared. >> reporter: is that when she told you? >> she told me something else. >> reporter: maureen tells me stormy keffler called her two weeks before the dui scandal broke and said her crown and stash were mysteriously missing. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," the defense lawyers from "making a murder" join us for their first interview together since the documentary premiered last month. and gayle speaks with grammy nominated saxophonist jimmy green. that is the "cbs morning news" for this friday.