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battle. >> fired up and ready to put cosby under oath, did he molest this woman at the "playboy" mansion when she was 15? >> details on the deposition as 27 accusers unite. >> i'll keep talking until somebody listens. >> then who is bieber now after this vacation with this girl? >> and i've been through stuff. >> his ex-girlfriend going public about why she had to have chemotherapy. >> she do have had a stroke. >> and the making of the kardashian's first family cover. >> we heard from within the white house. >> as they reveal their most embarrassing moment. >> that's disgusting. >> i'm so embarrassed. >> there is a real story. >> and beloved by the stars, the nfl most eligible bachelor j.j. watt and we're getting secrets from his mom. >> such a great catch for anybody. >> now in our 35th season this is "entertainment tonight." >> bill cosby is finally going to answer for one of his alleged crimes against so many women. welcome, everybody. >> thank you, nancy.
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tomorrow is the day that gloria alred has been working so hard to make happen. she gets to grill cosby when he is sworn to tell the truth. >> and michelle turner spoke to miss alred this morning and tonight's top story, "bill facing the fire." >> this is the moment that you've been waiting and fighting for. you will get to depose mr. cosby tomorrow. how does that feel? >> we have worked to move t case forward. mr. cosby has attempted to block this case from proceeding. this is part of the battle against the high profile celebrity. >> gloria alred represents judy hunt who claims she was sexually assaulted by cosby at the play boy mansion when she was 15. >> more deposition details, cosby's testimony will be videotaped but will remain sealed until another hearing in december. there is a lot of speculation
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and secrecy about where it will take place. >> what do you hope to get out of the deposition? >> i expect any witness in any lawsuit to take their oath seriously and to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. >> just hours after alred is expected to depose cosby see 27 of his accusers come together in prime time. >> how many of you believe you were drugged by bill cosby? how many of you believe bill cosby raped you? i think the most interesting thing is that there are patterns to these stories. >> kate snow conducted the hour long interview for "dateline." "the cosby accusers speak" tomorrow. >> it is really something to have this number of people in one room. frankly, i've never done such a large interview on any subject. we reached out to every woman who had made accusations ag bill cosby at the time of our interview and these 27 women accepted and came to los angeles. >> he drugged me without my knowledge and he raped me. i was sexually harassed and
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assaulted. >> cosby has always denied wrong doing a has never been cri charged. >> he has chosen not to comment on our piece. we did offer that opportunity. >> kate also told us that it was logistically very difficult to get all the women in one place together. but that the women thought it was so important that they band together. >> meanwhile, justin bieber's nude photo scandal followed him back to the states by you've probably seen the shots of justin not wearing his calvins. well, he is fully dressed now and a little on the defensive. >> how you are, justin? no problem. >> justin was spotted in beverly hills yesterday with his friend haley baldwin avoiding questions about his naked photoats th first appeared on "the new york daily news" and then many other sites. bieber vacationing in bora bora with rumored new girlfriend jay pierce.
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he also randomly ran into mark wallburg who gave him a few pats on the back in front of rite aid. i guess they do share the calvins in common. ♪ what do you mean >> bare biepabs srked a hash tags on twitter. there is also the more serious respect justin's privacy. though he had no problem showing off on his instagram in the past, the naked pictures were taken out side of the 21-year-old's private villa at a luxury resort in bora bora with an invasive long lens. we reached out to the reps but haven't heard back. perhaps the strategy is let this one blow over. >> have a good one, buddy. >> we also have news on justin's ex-girlfriend, selena gomez. she is finally telling the world why she stepped away from the spotlight for a while. selena is fighting a serious health condition. ♪ i just wanna look good for you ♪ >> i felt like a lot of vent and i felt like this is my time to say and this is my perspective. >> what she was dealing with was this, i was diagnosed with lupus and i've been through chemotherapy.
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that's when my break was really about. i could have had a stroke. gossip and wild speculation was that the singer went to rehab in january of 2014 for any combination of pills, booze, or heartbreak over her justin bieber split. the real reason was chemotherapy. >> she found out she had lupus in 2011 which was right around the time her mscaradage. it was really a rough time for her. >> the things that taken the longest for me to learn is that i can't please everybody. it's very overwhelming. >> lupus has no cure. selena is in danger of something potentially flaring back up. but right now she said she is in remission and that it's under control. >> talking with "billboard magazine" about her new album, the media rumors may have been more hurtful than the diagnosis. it's so disappointing that i've become a tabloid story. it took away everything i loved about this business.
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>> i can take care of people and help them but i also can take care of myself. and that's why it's tattooed on my body. i need learn how to love myself first. >> wishing selena the best, of course. her new album "revival" is released tomorrow. she is also heading out on tour. that doesn't kick off until may 6th in las vegas. >> she is so adleorab. we wish her the best. last night in new york, kate blanchet looked radiant. >> what was first day on set like working together? >> the first thing shot together was at a dressing room at my drama school. i never in my wildest dreams imagined that i would be acting opposite robert redford. and there was my drama school. it was cool. >> truth opens everywhere next friday. but new theaters tomorrow. >> i'm going to hang two wires
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and walk on them. >> he breaks o a new activities sen to play in the "the walk". >> i know you stud french in school. was it good to finally put that to use? >> yeah. i always wanted to something french in a movie. >> joseph is also celebrating becoming a father. he and his wife weaponed a baby boy in august. >> congratulations, by the way. >> thank you so much. >> how is life as a dad? >> it's wonderful and it makes me happy. >> i can see that. >> love of your kids is something else. >> this is tom hanks on the set of his mnewovie sully. he is actually ru past a
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bubba gump restaurant. >>up, heidi klum's ex talks aboutlove. is he singing about his new romance? >> but first, one-on-one with sarah michelle gellar and "buffy." >> where did the idea for foodsters came from? >> initially from my kid. i'm always looking for activities where we unplug and connect eye to eye. my kids really showed interest in baking early on. >> speaking of charlotte, you posted an adorable photo of her. she said #futuresl.ayer does she know your a feminist cultural icons? >> the biggest joke is only daddy is on "star wars rebelled." at school, he is the hero. and when you ask her what mom does, she drives in the car pool. >> as for the reunion with selma blare and reese. >> are you still close? do you car pool?
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>> rihanna rocked the all black look last night even black lipstick. that is where she unveiled the cover of her album. and it is a photo taken on her first day of daycare. >> have you seen this photo? this is the cover of snooki's new book, yes, that is really snooki. she looks nothing like that wild child that tore up the "jersey shore" back in the day. she is in full mom mode now. >> i'm wearing spanx. when you have kid, you have the loose skin and stretch marks. but, i mean, you have loose skin that is not supposed to be. thm
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> it's taken a lot of work to tone up her posty body she and her husband are parents to a son and a daughter. but will there be more? >> i'm not ready for another one. i do want two more. he only wants one. i'm just going to trick him. >> she's a hands on mom. no nanny. and has an opinion on the ben affleck scandal. >> i can't. i feel like she is milking it and making -- i don't think it's true. maybe there is like something that could have happened. i don't like this girl. she's a home wrecker. like, no. >> her own marriage has been gossiped about but in strong is the new sexy, she says they're okay. >> i know he's never going to cheat on me. i know i'm never going to cheat on him. so we're good there. we do have little bumps in the road. i'm not going to say all right, call it quits, we're done. like i want to make sure that we work on our relationship because divorce, i never want that to happen. >> no, you're not going to get through a snooki interview without a little delicious weirdness and this one took a
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bizarre super natural turn. >> i bblieve in reincarnation. i believe in all that stuff. so, yeah, i'm like a psychic. >> you're like i believe in zombies and ghosts? >> yeah. they definitely have -- the government is hiding, like, diseases. and they can turn us. i know it. aliens are rea come on. >> okay. >> okay. yes. by the way, there were rumors she was going to join the "real housewives of new jersey" but she said that is not true. not right now. maybe when he's -- she's older. >> all right. on the way, riri and j-lo. >> and at home with j.j. watt's mom, showing us a different side of him. >> i like this side. >> i was incredibly impressed. >> plus -- >> we're both pretty brave. much braver than the kardashians. >> i don't know about that. >> mr. and mrs. jenner, you just joined the mile high club. >> hear it all. it's coming up next. closed captioning provided by --
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our style icon this year is gwyneth paltrow. we loved the red valentino dress she wore in rome.
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it looked great against her blonde >> rihanna also makes the list because she's a fashion rule breaker. her style take away, own it. the change artist, j-lo, shows us how to pull off naughty or nice. >> i just have fun it with. i don't overthink it a lot. i really love fashion. i love putting a look together and i have a great team who loves it, too. we just have fun. >> our take away from almighty lotayhor, se wcasyour best ass hers, of course, those legs fo days. take a look at this jumpsuit and this high h-lowem. >> it's hombre teal, it gets lighter then purple shoes on because why not? >> blake lively is another one who we love. she is her own stylist which is rare in hollywood.
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one day on a press tour she wore ten different looks. she is always giving us something to look forward to. >> every woman gets up and dresses herself every day. it's not that aoextrrdinary. i just more amazing designers to choose from. >> sandra, emma, julianna and many more make "in style's" first ever list of 50 best dressed. 14 pages of fashn is on stands next friday. >> just kind of like being cinderella day by day. you wear something and give it back. >> she doesn't have to give back the honor nor does katie holmes. her style is called modern classic. i think this picture she posted cap turn that perfectly. >> heels and a train. nothing better. and the women who made the list will be honored on october 26th with it's first ever "in style" awards. >> kim kardashian will be a presenter at that event. style, of course, a huge part of the kardashian awa "cosmo" magazine is digging deeper to get the story from a family who doesn't know the meaning of share.
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>> that's disingustg. >> so embarrassed. >> the things kim does are wild. >> the most embarrassing moment ruceme was when i was with b in the bathroom. the flight attendants got on the microphone. congratulations mr. and mr. jenner, you juut joined the mile high club! >> we're so proud of you. and we decided to give you a bottle of champa y!ya i was mortifi >> this is a real story. not kidding. >> not going to lie, but nothing these ladies say anymore can really shock me. what i do know, like them or not, the kardashians really know how to make a white button up shirt look pretty darn good for the cover of "cosmo." >> they had such amazing titles. who doesn't like a how to give 21 [ bleep ] in 21 days?
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>> that was my favorite tip. >> this can explain how she pulled off the recent instagram shots. what is really causing controversy is the title. they called the kardashian-jenners america's first family has subscribers threatening to cancel their subscription. >> we were being tongue and cheek. we have also heard from within the white house, i am reliably informed, the actual first family are amused by this and have no intention of giving up their bedrooms in the white house for the kardashians. >> so this is cosmo's 50th editio they have other women to watch. >> here is a guy to keep a close eye on tonight. houston texan football stud j.j. watt. his team is playing the colts on thursday night football on cbs. j.j. is also known as one of the nfl's most eligible bachelors. i agree. and so does his mom, connie. >> i think j.j. would make such a great catch for anybody. he is a true down home person
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who has such a good heart. what you see is what you get with j.j. >> what we see, we like. 6'5" and 289 pounds of pure muscle. and his shoot for men's health magazine passed the mom test. >> i was incredibly impressed with how he looked on the cover. >> really? >> yes. >> he had great chemistry with katy perry when they did a photo session together. he hung out with justin timber lake but this is his favorite. >> what is this picture? what's going on? >> it's been one of those things. for a long time, she's been my celebrity crush. and we got to make it happen. it was incredible. >> j.j., short for justin james, is a workout fien and he is rich, signing a $100 million contract last year. >> oh, man. this doesn't look anything like me. >> just look at all the female fans going crazy for him at his charity softball game he was raising money for the j.j. watt foundation which provides after school athletic programs for middle school aged kids.
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>> we just don't want the kids to be going without equipment or to be turned away because they don't have enough funding or there is not enough uniforms and things like that. >> today, mom runs the charity from the family's home in wisconsin. >> he knew there was a need for this type of thing that every child didn't have the same opportunity that he did. >> when he was just a little kid, he had that star quality and now he's in high demand to pitch for companies like gatorade and verizon. he even played himself on "new girl." ♪ >> i think j.j. will definitely pursue another career when he's done playing football. he enjoys it. >> i like that he went for it. >> i like the optimism of the mom. how nice of that? acting? okay. singing, not so much. >> now when we come back, somebody who can sing reveals his love so >> and which star thought harvard wouldn't be a bad backup plan if his acting career didn't take off? was it matt damon, ben affleck
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or bradley cooper? i'm going with bradley. 
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grandfather? she denies it. thanks for checking out online guys. welcome back, everybody. in tonight's "e.t." birthdays, which star thought harv wouldn't be a bad backup plan? that is matt damon who turns 45 today you got it. >> i called it. >> i was figuring bradley is just as >> i got a chance to sit down with ceilo.
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i wanted to know who seal's inspiration was and, man, i tried. >> you did. >> good-bye, everybody. >> so listening to this album, are you in love? >> am i in love? i love myself. ♪ >> i'm in a good place now whe i feel love is in me. ♪ every time i'm with you i feel wanted ♪ >> this is a taste of the video of the new song "every time i'm with you." so is it influenced by new girlfriend erica packer or his ex-wife heidi klum? >> a lot of people will say that and form their own conclusions and they will say well they're based on my relationship, you know, or past relationships. and they'd be right in a but it's not only about that.
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all of us want to make a difference. as veterans, we committed to protect our country. we served and sacrificed for the things that mattered most. those experiences shaped our lives. now we're husbands, wives, parents, and friends. and sometimes we forget that the biggest challenge can be asking for support. the veterans crisis line is here for veterans. dial 1-800-273-8255 and press 1. it matters.
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with it? >> i just keep a smile on my face and i fry to keep my head up. >> 10-year-old chrissy grubie and her sister amanda were both born with gan. so far, 5-year-old amanda has hardly any symptoms while chrissy now has trouble walking and problems breathing. their father steve grubie. >> it is a sense of powerlessness. nothing i could do for my little girls to save their lives. >> reporter: now there may be something. hannah's hope raised millions for gene therapy research at university of north carolina's gray lab. seven years after sans began her crusade for a cure, a human trial is under way at national institutes of health. chrissy grube is patient number one. >> she was excited but very nervous. she understood that it might not work. >> can you feel that there? >> she understood it might make her worse. she also understand it was a chance to walk again. >> hold it. hold it.
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hold it. great. >> they are pioneers and courageous pioneers. >> reporter: the doctor is directing the trial. the principle of gene therapy is to replace the gene with an artificial copy of the gene. >> reporter: hannah could be patient three. >> hannah has been asking why this has been taking so long. and we have told her that we need to really make certain that it is safe. >> your's my best friend. >> your's my best friend too. i love you. >> the families of three florida high school students who died after their principal hypnotized them reached a financial settlement with the school. each family getting $200 t the parent of one student said money isn't the issue. the report for cbs this morning. >> reporter: the settlement marks the end of a lengthy legal battle that began after the north port high school principal admitted hypnotizing a student the day before the teen committed suicide. not a licensed hypnotist, they
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found he hip knnoknow -- hypnot a dozen kids. >> she gave up her weekend to study. >> they say their daughter britney was driven off to succeed. in her senior year at north port high school sunny went to her principal for guidance. >> george kenny at that time told her he believed she had test anxiety. >> a few months later the teen took her own life. >> what i believe happened. my daughter went into her room that night and blinked her eyes, rapidly. and she entered a calm and relaxed state that allowed her to go through what she went through. >> reporter: one of three students who died in 2011 af hy. marcus freeman drove his car off the highway after he hypnotized himself. wesley mckinley committed suicide. an investigation found despite warnings from school board officials, kenny hip know tipsed
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70 students and staff members from 2006 to 2011. bun web player, said he was hypnotized 40 times. while no finding for any direct connects, kenny was placed on leave in may 2011. he resigned the following year and pleaded no contest to two counts of practicing without a license. he received no jail time and served one year on probation. >> the school board is as negligent as dr. kenny is o. mr. kenny. they failed us as parents. >> reporter: the sarasota county school board said tuesday's settlement was in the best interest of all parties involved. >> we wanted something more. this was ant but an't about any money situation. >> i need the other families to know that i am trying to help their kids and their families so they don't end up like my daughter and my family. >> george kenny gave up his teaching license in 2013 and was
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banned from reapplying. he did not return our calls or
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a lot of people use yelp to get the low down on mechanics. now people will let you give one to five stars to an one you meet. people has three categories. personal, professional and dating. some fear it could foster online bullying. developers are moving forward. michelle miller reports for "cbs this morning." good morning. well the two women behind the app have been close friends for nearly 15 years. they say they know online reviews can be cruel and mean spirited. they built in safe guard to ensure that doesn't happen. >> we want you to get the rock star comments by all the people that love you. >> reporter: julia and her friend nicole created people, because they wanted a way to research strangers. >> i came up with an idea of one star. what's your idea. >> reporter: like when purchasing a car or house. >> you are going to be able to
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really find out who somebody is before you invite them into your life around your greatest assets around your children around your family around your house. >> reporter: users can create a profile for themselves. anyone else-up have a cell number for. that person would receive a text that a profile has been made for them. if they agree, anyone can post a rating or comment to that profile, positive or negative. if they don't agree, only positive ratings could be posted. but no one can opt out and delete their profile. bridgette carrey things definition and libel are a real possibility. >> someone can go on line and say what they want about you and you are stuck with it. a nightmare. if you are looking for a job. >> reporter: she says profanity, racism and sexism are banned in the app. posts containing sexual reor disabilities will be rejected.
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low star ratings are held for 4 hours so app users can dispute them. >> the biggest thing we don't tolerate is anonymous. and that is something that social media suffers from today. >> reporter: after articles about people were published this week the app ironically became the subject of a slew of bad online reviews. all the negative attention even caused people's website to crash thursday. >> i think the people who are most motivated to write a rating abut you is someone who doesn't like you. that could be trouble. >> reporter: cordre is kidding changes to the app in response to critics including ability to opt out of the service. she add all the bad publicity led to calls from venture capitalists and private equity firms interested in investing in the app. >> that's "cbs overnight news" for this friday. for some of you the news continues. for others check back later for the "morning news" and "cbs this morning." from the broadcast center in new york city.
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chaos in the house. the speaker-in-waiting drops out. >> for us to unite, we probably need a fresh base. >> also tonight, a v.w. executive takes the oath then pleads ignorance. >> to my best knowledge the cooperation, no board meeting or supervisory board meeting has authorized this. >> an american hero is stabbed and seriously wounded. and a belly laugh in the button capital. >> is this a decent button? >> that is a polyester. [ laughter ] >> is that bad? >> announcer: this is the "cbs overnight news." he left them speechless. house majority leader kevin mccarthy stunned his republican colleagues by dropping out of the race for speaker of the house yesterday.
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the very day he was expected to be nominated for one of the most powerful positions in the nation. nancy cordes now on what's behind mccarthy's decision and the scramble for a replacement. >> reporter: chaos was the word house republicans used to describe their own conference today after mccarthy's surprise announcement. >> we were all in shock. >> all members of the delegation of the conference were shocked. >> reporter: they had gone into the closed door meeting to elect their next speaker when the front-runner said he was pulling out. >> i think i shocked some of you, huh? mccarthy who is currently second in command said he sensed the party was too divided over his bid. >> for us to unite we probably need a fresh face. >> reporter: he had been weakened in part by his own words an apparent admision that the house benghazi investigation actually had a political aim. >> everybody thought that hillary clinton was unbeatable right? but we put together a benghazi
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special committee, a select committee what are her numbers today? >> the comment handed clinton a powerful talking point. >> look at the situation they chose to exploit to go after me for political reasons the death of four americans in benghazi. >> reporter: then last night, roughly 40 hard line conservatives who called themselves the house freedom caucus endorsed florida congressman daniel webster for speaker. a sign they might buck mccarthy's leadership as they had speaker john daner's. -- had speaker john boehner's. that dynamic made the job unappealing. utah's jason chaffetz is one of two who want it. >> i think we have a lot of internal fracture, fracturing that's happened we need to figure a we to unite the party. several party elders are trying to convince wisconsin's paul ryan to run for speaker. he has strong conservative
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credentials. but so scott did speaker boehner and the right constantly accused him of caving every time he compromised. paul ryan's office says he is still a firm no. >> nancy cordes, following the fast-shifting ground at the capitol. nancy, thank you. today, the head of volkswagen us said the scandal that wiped out a third of v.w.'s market value was the work of individuals, not a corporate conspiracy. he tried to explain to congress how 11 million diesel cars were rigged to cheat on emissions tests. kris van cleave was there. >> vw betrayed a nation. it's time to clean it up or get off the road. >> i apologize on behalf of everyone at volkswagen. >> reporter: vw's u.s. ceo michael horn told a house committee he learned of his company's deception in september. days before the environmental protection agency revealed some of volkswagen's diesel cars used software designed to cheat on emissions tests. >> the investigations are ongoing, but this was not a
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corporate decision from my point of view. this was a couple of software engineers who put this in for whatever reasons. >> reporter: horn testified three engineers have been suspended. new york congressman chris collins wasn't buying it. >> v.w. is trying to get the united states of america to believe these are a couple rogue engineers, i categorically reject that. >> reporter: horn acknowledged it may cost the company billions of dollars and may take years before the half million affected vehicles in the u.s. are fixed. some repairs could begin early next year. morgan griffith of virginia drives an affected 2012, diesel passat. >> volkswagen need to stand up and say, we understand, we will buy your car back. >> reporter: epa officials were criticized for missing the defeat device discovered by researchers in west virginia. >> once we learned of this excess emissions we focused on it. we didn't ignore it. >> i think the american people ought to ask that we fire you.
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>> reporter: epa officials would not rule out possibility of criminal charges after german police raided volkswagen's corporate headquarters. vw announced they will not offer the 2016 diesel cars here in the united states. >> the engineers at volkswagen suspended are top executives. head of research and develop, chief of engine design and brand development. kris van cleave, thank you. one of the americans celebrated as a hero for tackling a terrorist on a french train was seriously wounded today in a fight in northern california. here's ben tracy. >> reporter: surveillance video shows six men just after midnight fighting in the streets of downtown sacramento. one man is covered in blood. >> subject laying on the ground. [ indiscernible ] >> reporter: the victim, u.s. airman spencer stone who law enforcement says was stabbed four times in the chest. police say stone was leaving a nightclub with friends when he
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got into a verbal dispute with two men who then appear to jump him. stone was hailed as an american hero invited to the white house and given a purple heart in september. he and two friends traveling on a train to paris, tackled a potential terrorist, armed with a kalishnikov rifle, potentially saving many lives. >> it's critical that you know what this act is and what it's not. >> sacramento deputy chief, ken bernard. >> this is not a terrorism-related incident nor is it related to what happened in france months ago. when stone returned to sacramento last month, he and his friends were given a parade in the city in the same downtown streets where he was stabbed. stone is being treated at uc medical center in sacramento. we are told he its out of surgery. scott police say his wound are significant but he is expected to survive. >> the "cbs overnight news" will be right back.
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today the governor of south carolina warned people on the coast that floods are heading their way. columbia has already gotten the worst of it. have a look at caughman road, before and after when a large chunk of it was washed away. david begnaud has one woman's story. david. >> reporter: scott, sunday morning as an elderly woman was headed to church and she got stuck right here. before the road failed as the the water was moving across, her vehicle stuck in the middle was pushed off the side and down about 20 yards into a ditch
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where she picked up her phone and dialed 911. on sunday morning in columbia, rescue teams were overwhelmed with calls for help. >> i have a person in the vehicle just about to be submerged. >> one pickup truck with a 73-year-old man inside. >> reporter: 71-year-old clara gantt was one of those who needed help and she need it desperately. she was on her way to church when she got caught in floodwater. when did you realize you were in trouble? >> i realized it when my car stalled on the bridge. >> reporter: she called her family as rushing water pushed her car into the front yard of a church. >> i am afraid. i want to get out of this. >> reporter: allf a sudden she saw her grandson, travis catchings he secured himself to a rope and floated her way. >> i was so glad to see him. i've was afraid for him too. >> i said, hey, mema. she said, hey, trav.
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i said we'll get you out of here. >> reporter: he pulled gantt out of the car and to keep her from being swept away grabbed on to a red cross in the churchyard, together they held on for four hours, while waiting, catchings recorded the moment on a cell phone. >> it was like being in the midst of a raging river. >> i cling to the cross every day. sunday i was literally clinging to a cross. >> reporter: this grandmother is thankful for her faith and her grandson. he saved your life. >> i called him my hero. he doesn't want me to call him that. >> i love you. that's -- that's what we're here for. >> i love you too. i'm glad you are here. >> reporter: if you are wondering what happened to the cross, it disappeared. it was last seen floating away. scott, today south carolina's governor told residents along the coast they can expect to see more flooding as early as the midnight as this high water head east. >> quite a story. david begnaud tonight. thank you. the state of michigan said
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it will pay to reconnect the city of flint to detroit's water. we told you on tuesday that the water in flint has unsafe levels of lead. the city of 100,000 had tried to save money with its own water system. it may be weeks before the water is drinkable again. today american defense officials say some russian cruise missiles fired at syria may have exploded in iran. russia launched 26 missiles from ships 900 miles away in the caspian sea. iran is a russian ally. there are no reports of damage. russian planes are bombing syrian rebels who are backed by the u.s. and u.s. war planes are in the same skies attacking isis extremists. four years into the syrian civil war, half of the population, 11 million, has fled their homes. hundreds of thousand are
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appealing for mercy in europe. but charlie d'agata found it is not easy. >> reporter: like so many prefugees, mohamed bazav set hi sights on germany. we met the 21-year-old architecture student, five weeks ago, he crossed into hungary dodging check points. in berlin he told us he passed his first interview with german immigration authorities. were they asking you tough questions -- were you in the military? were you in the militia? were you fighting? were they asking you those questions? >> me, no. >> reporter: he was given the equivalent of $800 and told to come back in january for another interview. he is not allowed to work in the meantime. right now, there is little to stop islamic extremists from slipping in among the migrants.
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the police take fingerprints and check them against international databases like interpol. >> so many people here without id. what anything. >> reporter: despite the initial warm welcome in germany there has been a growing backlash against migrants, a spate of arson attacks like this sports center outside berlin due to house hundred of migrants. by the time firefighters got here there wasn't much to save. the police chief said the only blessing was the beds hadn't arrived yet and neither had the migrants. >> the german government has argued the migrants will provide a much needed work force to offset the need of an aging population. but gregoire, a berliner we spotted outside the registration center said not all germans are buying it. >> that's what they are selling us these people for. that they will pay our, our, what's -- our pension in the future and everything. i mean, we have 5 million unemployed germans, you know. so, they want even put their own people into jobs. >> reporter: germany's
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generosity toward migrants is being stretched to the limits. berlin. today president obama apeld to americans to -- appealed to americans to help the refugees. asking for online donations so. far only a few have settled in the u.s. and margaret brennan shows us why. >> reporter: like many syrians, chadi rustmo's home was destroyed by the assad army leaving him only memories. today the 27-year-old chef no longer fears for his life. what did you think when they told you you are moving to the u.s.? >> actually i was happy. my family will be safe. so, i was look very thankful for this chance we have. i feel lucky like. >> reporter: chadi's family waited two years in lebanon before the u.s. government completed their extensive background check. >> the longest interview in my life. like seven hours. >> reporter: seven hours? >> yes, they asked me about the last five years, what i did. where you was work?
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what you were doing? all the details about your life. >> reporter: then came word he had passed the test. the rustmo's moved 6,000 miles section of greensboro. and they helped them teaching them english, opening bank accounts and finding a home. chadi's 22-year-old sister. >> what did you think life would be like here? >> like i seen the movies. >> she has the faced some hostility. >> giving me a hard time like my accent. acting look you don't understand what i am saying. i am from a different country, why are you doing this? >> reporter: they worry about their brother stuck in lebanon and their 70-year-old father who lives alone in turkey. both are still being vetted. >> we are not terrorists. we are just like normal human. we have a family. we have a life. and we want to work. that's what we want. >> reporter: today the fbi director said the u.s. has gotten better at screening
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refugees to make sure they don't pose a terror risk. scott, the white house has pledged to bring at least 10,000 syrian refugees here in the next year. >> margaret brennan tonight, thank you very much, margaret. there is a coral crisis. why the reefs are losing their color. and a father and child reunion. i'm lucky to get through a shift without a disaster. my bargain detergent couldn't keep up, so i switched to tide pods. they're super concentrated, so i get a better clean. 15% cleaning ingredients or 90%? don't pay for water. pay for clean! that's my tide.
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today government scientists sounded the alarm about coral, home to a fourth of all of the life in the oceans. jeff glor found out what is wrecking the reefs. >> reporter: this what a healthy coral reef looks like. this is what it looks like after it's become bleached. >> when you go in on a bleached reef, the corals are stark white. >> reporter: a coral reef expert with noaa. >> the sound is amazingly quiet, eerily quiet. the fish aren't behaving normally. >> reporter: bleaching occurs
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when coral is exposed to warmer than there mall water. the coral gets stressed and loses its protection. if the coral remains exposed for a long period of time it can die. noaa says climate changes the primary cause. >> 2014 was the warmest year on record. coming into this year, the oceans were already warm. we saw an almost el nino in 2014, 2015. >> reporter: and the other factor is the warm mass known as the blob, combined with el nino is the worst bleaching hawaii has seen. started in the south pacific, spread to the pacific and indian oceans and in the florida keys and noaa says the caribbean is next. the third time an event like this occurred in recorded history. last we're we spoked with oceanographer sylvia earl during a dive in the reef. >> when the coral reef dies you lose the creatures that occur there and nowhere else. it's thought that we have lost thousand of species that can never be recovered. because they're gone.
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>> reporter: noaa believes 5% of the world's coral could be lost this year. scott, next year predicted to be even worse. >> remarkable. jeff glor, thank you very much, jeff. >> in a moment the chef who turned america on to cajun cooking. paul prudhomme opened ape restaurant in new orleans, the k paul's louisiana kitchen was a hit and soon the country was hungry for cajun. prudhomme enjoyed his own cooking though he slimmed down in later years. paul prudhomme died today at 75. love is patient we are told.
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but little karis could not wait a second longer to hug her dad at fort carson, colorado. lieutenant is just back from eight months in kuwait. >> she is excited. she spotted me from a couple rows back. and she couldn't contain her self. i wasn't going to tell her no. happy to see her. >> and today is karis' third birthday. no one in china was in a hurry which just celebrated a week-long holiday. half the population hit the road and apparently they all drove home on tuesday. they had to squeeze through a security checkpoint. 50 lanes, no movement. the "cbs overnight news" will be right back.
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finally tonight, seth doane brought us an answer to a question nobody asked -- where do buttons come from. >> reporter: the humble button may not seem so significant, unless of course you are in qiaotou, china, here hundreds of fam factories produce more than 60% of all buttons on earth. sun yongliang told us we manufacture 2 million to 3 million buttons a day. 2 million to 3 million buttons a day? >> yes. >> reporter: that's just his company malifa. small buttons big market he told us. and sun says china's recent economic slowdown has not really
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hurt button town. >> translator: as long as there is human civilization, sun told us, and as long as there are clothes, there will be buttons. if qiaotou is the world's button capital, then this is the center of it all. a mall with more than 550 shops dedicated entirely to buttons. that's wre we met sun son's sean and daughter-in-law yning. >> if it is a cheap button. don't buy it. it isn't worth money. >> bamboo. what are some of these here? if you are keeping track, shell, horn, coconut buttons are in. but mine? is this a decent button? >> that's polyester. [ laughter ] >> reporter: is that bad? >> the material is much lower than the other materials. >> reporter: when you look at me do you look at my buttons. >> yeah, first time. >> reporter: really? >> yeah. >> reporter: oh, no. another thing to think about. the couple went to university in austin, texas. but came back so they could help the family business.
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>> our labor is increasing. if we don't change ourselves, there is no place for us to live in this world. >> reporter: you are trying to work smarter here? >> yeah. >> reporter: he is introducing computer systems to modernize how this old business is run. this family wants to put this place on the button map. if italy is famous for its pizza, and napa for its wine, doesn't qiaotou deserve a little recognition too? seth doane, cbs news in the world's button capital. that's the "cbs overnight news" for this friday. for some of you, the news continues. for others, check back with us just a little later for "the morning news" and "cbs this morning." from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm scott pelley.
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this is the "cbs overnight news." welcome to the "cbs overnight news," republican leaders in washington are scrambling to contain the fallout after majority leader kevin mccarthy dropped a political bombshell. mccarthy, the hand picked successor to outgoing john boehner shocked his colleagues by announcing he doesn't want the job. the gop is in apparent disarray with no replacement and no date nancy cordes reports from capitol hill. chaos was the word house republicans used to describe their own conference today after mccarthy's surprise announcement. >> we were all in shock. >> all members of the delegation of the conference were shocked. >> reporter: they had gone into the closed door meeting to elect their next speaker when the
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front-runner told them he was pulling out. mccarthy who is currently second in command said he sensed the party was too divided over his bid. >> for us to unite we probably need a fresh face. >> reporter: he had been weakened in part by his own words an apparent admission that the house benghazi investigation had a political game. >> everybody thought that hillary clinton was unbeatable but we put together a benghazi special committee, a select committee what are her numbers today. >> the comment handed clinton a powerful talking point. >> look at the situation they chose to exploit to go after me for political reasons the death of four americans in benghazi. >> reporter: then last night, roughly 40 hard line conservatives who called themselves the house freedom caucus endorsed florida congressman daniel webster for speaker. a sign they might buck mccarthy's leadership as they
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had speaker john boehner's. that dynamic made the job distinctly unappealing. utah's jason chaffetz is one of two people who say they want it. >> i think we have a lot of internal fracture, fracturing that's happened we need to figure out a way to unite the party. several party elders are trying to convince wisconsin's paul ryan to run for speaker. he has strong conservative credentials. but so did house speaker john boehner and the right still accused him of caving every time compromised. paul ryan's office says he is still a firm no. the president of volkswagen was raked over the coals by a congressional committee investigating the vw scandal. kris van cleave reports. >> vw betrayed a nation. time to clean it up or get off the road. >> i apologize on behalf of everyone at volkswagen.
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>> reporter: v.w.'s u.s. ceo michael horn told a house committee he learned of his company's deception in september. days before the environmental protection agency revealed some of volkswagen's diesel cars used software designed to cheat on emissions tests. >> the investigations are ongoing, but this was not a corporate decision from mypoint of view. this was a couple of software engineers who put this in for whatever reasons. >> reporter: horn testified three engineers have been suspended. new york congressman chris collins wasn't buying it. >> v.w. is trying to get the united states of america to believe these are a couple rogue engineers, i categorically reject that. >> reporter: epa officials were criticized. the epa's christopher grundler defended the agency. >> once we learned of excessive emissions we focused on it. didn't ignore it. >> i think the american people should ask we fire you. >> epa officials wonder rule out criminal charges after german police raided volkswagen's corporate headquarters.
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the car maker announced they would not seek certification for the 2016 diesel models in the u.s. which means they can't be sold here. kris van cleave, cbs news. governor nikki haley warning residents who live along the coast to head to higher ground. the heavy rain that sparked devastating flooding may be over the water is heading downstream and carrying more misery. david begnaud was there. >> reporter: sunday morning an elderly woman was heading to church. she got stuck here. before the road failed and water was moving across. her vehicle stuck in the middle was pushed off the side and down 20 yard into a ditch where she picked up her phone and dialed 911. on sunday morning in columbia, rescue teams were overwhelmed with calls for help. >> i have a person in the vehicle just about to be submerged. >> one pickup truck with a 73-year-old man inside.
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>> reporter: 71-year-old clara gantt was one of those who needed help and she need it desperately. she was on her way to church when she got caught in floodwater. when did you realize you were in trouble? >> i realized it when my car stalled on the bridge. >> reporter: she called her family as rushing water pushed her car into the front yard of a church. >> i am afraid. i want to get out of this. >> reporter: all of a sudden she saw her grandson, travis catchings he secured himself to a rope and floated her way. >> i was so glad to see him. i've was afraid for him too. >> i said, hey, mema. i smiled at her. she smiled back. she said, hey, trav. i said we'll get you out of here. >> reporter: he pulled gantt out of the car and to keep her from being swept away grabbed on to a large red cross that was in the churchyard. together grandmother and grandson held on for four hours. while waiting, catching s recorded the moment on a cell phone. >> it was like being in the midst of a raging river. >> i cling to the cross every
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day. >> if you are wondering what happened to the red cross, it disappeared. last seen floating away. south carolina's governor told residents thursday they could expect to see flooding along the coast as early as friday. as the the high water head east. david begnaud, cbs news, columbia, south carolina. scientists are sounding the alarm over a worldwide threat to the ocean's coral. blaming it on higher water temperature and part of the trouble may be man made. jeff glor reports. coral reef looks like. >> reporter: this what a healthy coral reef looks like. this is what it looks like after it's become bleached. >> when you go in on a bleached reef, the corals are stark white. >> reporter: a coral reef expert with noaa. >> the sound is amazingly quiet, eerily quiet. the fish aren't behaving normally. >> reporter: bleaching occurs when coral is exposed to warmer than normal water.
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the coral gets stressed and loses its protection. if the coral remains exposed for a long period of time it can die. noaa says climate changes the primary cause. >> 2014 was the warmest year on record. coming into this year, the oceans were already warm. we saw an almost el nino in 2014, 2015. >> reporter: and the other factor is the warm mass known as the blob, combined with el nino has caused the worst bleaching hawaii has seen. started in the south pacific, spread to the pacific and indian oceans and in the florida keys and noaa says the caribbean is next. this 'tis -- this is only the third time an event like this occurred in recorded history. last year we spoke with renown ed oceanographer sylvia earl during a dive in the keys. >> when the coral reef dies you lose the creatures that occur
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ohio governor john kasich is struggling to stay in the race for the gop presidential nomination. he trails front-runner donald trump by a mile. but says he expects to resuscitate his campaign in the early voting states. kasich sat down with charlie, nora and gayle on cbs this morning. >> pleased to welcome governor kasich to studio 57. welcome. >> always great to be here. >> glad to have you here, governor. >> this is really good. >> we thank you for that. let's first talk trade. as the the governor you supported trade as long as workers are protected. do you support this bill? >> i think so, charlie.
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i haven't seen all the details. the senate is going to look at it. look, we want to have a strengthened group of people in asia to interface against the chinese. and trade can help do that. my concern about trade is when countries dump material into our country we wait for a year, two years before we get a resolution as to whether they cheated or not. so by the time we find out they dumped, people are out of work. i think we need an expedited process, somebody to stick up for the american worker. so free trade but no looking the other way. no bureaucratic slowdown. >> inclined to support. >> yeah, i think it is good for u.s. not only in terms of economics also in terms of foreign policy. trade can make a difference in strengthening us around the world. >> let's talk the 2016 presidential race. you have taken a risk, differing on issues. whether immigration, on gay marriage. on obama care. do you think the party's platform need to evolve on those issues? >> first of all, i am not for obamacare. i don't flavor it.
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i have a plan to replace obamacare. not just against it. i have a program that drives toward quality health care rather than quantity health care. would take time to explain. actually a legitimate alternative to keep prices down and make sure people have access. on gay marriage. look i believe in traditional marriage. but the court has ruled. when the court rules, you know. >> does your party need to evolve on that issue? >> i don't know if they don't have my position. they don't say much about it. that's my position. the first one you raised was immigration. >> you don't believe in a wall. >> i believe in a wall. what i believe is we should have a guest worker program. and the people who were here who have abided by the law should be able to have a path to legalization. it know it practical to think we are going to go take, 10 million, 11 million, 12 million people. how are we going to get them? ship them to the border and yell
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get out of our country it is not practical. by the way the folks who are here, many of them are creating a wonderful, stronger america. so, i think -- i think this can pass. see in this campaign we should stop talking about pie in the sky. and start talking about real solutions. i have been a reformer my entire lifetime. but i know huh to land a plane and get it done >> the question is has your party moved to the right so far that as a conservative, a long time conservative, it's too far right for you and you're too far center for them? >> i think i have a right to define what the party is, charlie. look, we have risen. i was up in second place in new hampshire. we have come down. the polls are volatile. we have the best organization in new hampshire. we are building out in iowa, south carolina. look if i win, i have a right to define what the party is. along the way i am defining what it is. a party of economic growth. and economic growth. not an end unto itself. but also can help people who live in the shadows, mentally ill, drug addicted tell you who
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else. the people in their 50s who faced job loss because their company left america or company shut down. they have become depressed. alienated. lonely. these are people that have to get opportunity to be trained so they can get work and support their family. i think this is a conservative message. >> let's talk about the poll numbers for a second. in your own state you are down. donald trump is beating you. people say you are one of the most experienced, most qualified. what do you need to do to break through. what's your strategy? is it frustrating for you, governor? >> my approval rating is well over 60% in ohio. i got like, very little negative. and very high positive. nationally, my positive ratings are very high as opposed to my negatives. i have a big ceiling because people don't know yet. look, you are all experienced. you know that places like ohio, like, iowa, and new hampshire, are launching pads. if i do well in new hampshire, you are going to have me back every day. so, that's. >> that's what we do. here's what i wanted to say.
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you can build a campaign where you rise real fast, but you have no underpinnings we have seen this with a candidate who ran and dropped out. building the base to be sustaining. >> let's get you on foreign policy. the big headline in syria. what russia is doing. there are reports that moscow is deliberately targeting u.s.-backed rebel groups. >> sure they are now. >> you're sure they are now. >> reading the press reports that they are. >> what would you do to stop president putin from doing that? >> i called for a no-fly zone, a week, two weeks ago, whatever it was. sanctuary for people. any body violates the no-fly zone. i didn't have red lines that i dent stand by. you come into the no-fly zone. you will suffer the consequences. >> you would shoot down a russian airplane? >> if anybody violates the no-fly zone. i don't believe in painting a red line. >> what is a severe consequence? >> you know what it is. when you are commander in chief, you got to be steady and you got to be calm. i served on the defense
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committee 18 years. everybody would understand what i am saying without having to use fiery rhetoric to get a headline the don't violate the no-fly zone. we should have been supporting the rebels we must suppot the opposition to assad, it is an iran, assad, russian deal. the russians are there. they're there because there was a void. but on top of it in the long haul, russia doesn't have the influence there that they are seeking in the middle east weft have to reassert ourselves in many ways, establishing a no-fly zone, helping the rebels. training people. creating a relationship with the kurds, with the sunni. we can make a big difference there. send multiple messages about the strength of the united states reasserting our leadership. >> who are you picking for your runningmate? >> are you available? you are looking -- you are smart, you look great, you're articulate. would you think about it? >> i will give it some thought. >> you have to get married first.
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remarkable determination. at 4 years old she was diagnosed with an extremely rare genetic defect called gan, the disease causes nerves to die and muscles to stop work. hannah can no longer walk on her own. children with gan don't survive past teens or 20s. laurie is hannah's mother. >> this is a fatal disorder. so we picked ourselves literally off the ground and decided to fight. we knew we needed to raise a lot of money fast. >> reporter: was there anything out there? >> there was nothing. >> reporter: out of nothing, sans has conjured hope, hannah's hope, a grassroots charity dedicated to finding a cure for gan. what has the it taken from her already? >> she can't dress, her fine motor skills are impaired, has trouble balancing food on her fork, it's really taken her independence. >> it's hard. >> reporter: how do you deal with it? >> i just keep a smile on my
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nice and i try to keep my head up. >> 10-year-old chrissy grubie and her sister amanda were both born with gan. so far, 5-year-old amanda has hardly any symptoms while chrissy now has trouble walking and problems breathing. their father steve grubie. >> it is a sense of powerlessness. nothing i could do for my little girls to save their lives. >> reporter: now there may be something. hannah's hope raised millions for gene therapy research at university of north carolina's gray lab. seven years after sans began her crusade for a cure, a human trial is under way at national institutes of health. chrissy grube is patient number one. >> she was excited but very nervous. she understood that it might not work. >> can you feel that there? >> she understood it might make her worse. she also understood it was a chance to walk again. >> hold it.
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hold it. hold it. great. >> they are pioneers and courageous pioneers. >> reporter: the doctor is directing the trial. the principle of gene therapy is to replace the gene with an artificial copy of the gene. >> reporter: hannah could be patient three. >> hannah has been asking why this has been taking so long. and we have told her that we need to really make certain that it is safe. >> you're my best friend. >> your's my best friend too. i love you. >> the families of three florida high school students who died after their principal hypnotized them reached a financial settlement with the school. each family is getting $200,000, but the parents of one student said money isn't the issue. the report for cbs this morning. >> reporter: the settlement marks the end of a lengthy legal battle that began after the north port high school principal george kenny admitted hypnotizing a student the day before the teen committed suicide. the principal was not a licensed hypnotist, they found kenny had hypnotized dozens of kids including two
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others who died that same year. >> that's all she thought about. >> she gave up her weekend to give up time with her friend to study. >> this couple says their daughter britney was driven off to succeed. in her senior year at north port high school she went to her principal for guidance. >> george kenny at that time told her he believed she had test anxiety. >> a few months later the teen took her own life. >> what i believe happened. is that my daughter went into her room that night and blinked her eyes, rapidly. and she entered a calm and relaxed state that allowed her to go through what she went through. >> reporter: one of three students who died in 2011 after they were hypnotized. by kenny. marcus freeman was killed after he drove his car off the highway after he hypnotized himself. 16-year-old wesley mckinley committed suicide a month later. an investigation found despite warnings from school board officials, kenny hypnotize ed 70 students and staff members
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from 2006 to 2011. one basketball player reported he was hypnotized 40 times. to improve his concentration. while no finding for any direct connection between the hypnotism and the deaths, kenny was placed on administrative leave in may 2011. he resigned the following year and pleaded no contest to two counts of practicing without a license. he received no jail time and served one year on probation. >> the school board is as negligent as dr. kenny is o. mr. kenny. they failed us as parents. >> reporter: the sarasota county school board said tuesday's settlement was in the best interest of all parties involved. >> we wanted something more. this wasn't about any type of money situation. >> i need the other families to know that i am trying to help their kids and their families so they don't end up like my daughter and my family. >> george kenny gave up his teaching license in 2013 and was
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banned from reapplying. he did not return our calls or e-mails for comments. the "cbs overnight news" will b
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it's friday, october 9th, 2015. it's friday, october 9th, 2015. this is the "cbs morning news." payoff in congress. one thought to be a shoo-in to be the next speak of the house kevin mccarthy abruptly recalls from consideration just before his colleagues were about to vote. the search is on this morning for two suspects believed to have stabbed the airman who foiled a terror attack on a paris-bound train. facebook plots out new ways to express feelings to others in life.

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