tv CBS This Morning CBS January 9, 2017 7:00am-7:40am EST
trickles to a raging riverer. we're just p appear in cord. >> if you were in his path, you soldiers, killing four. >> what is it that donald trump believes? >> that this particular hack was perpetrated by was entities is something no one is disputing. >> meryl streep is taking on >>nald p.trum hollywood is crawling with outsiders and insiders, and if you kick them all out, you'll have nothing
football and itake. the queen appears fhegrndbr. 30-12, steelers take it. >> they're going to it end zone. touchdown! unbelievable. >> packers win it. >> when it's over with, what will you feel? >> i willti sll feel the appreciation for what churchill said, the worst form of government except all the alternatives. >> on "cbs this morning." >> this isn't the first time i've been mistaken for ryan reynolds. >> while they ended on a sower note. >> this is one of the few places left where americans still honor the popular vote.
>> at least two people were killed in califo. reno where more than a thousand homes have been evacuated. carter, good morning. >> good morning, norah. it's been days that this area has been pummeled with rain and snow and finally yesterday afternoon all that melting water made it down here to reno. this is the trusty river. check it out. you can see it is almost filled to the brim. if it goes any higher today, some of this water could go right downtown. from northern california into nevada, heavy rain caused major
to become stranded as mes were rising floodwatersturned a cab driver wasn't so lucky. he died after his car slid into the rink. >> i've never him for many years. good guy, hard worker, family guy. >> reporter: strong winds tropled this tree known for its iconic tunnel, famed tourist attraction and another hit a woman walking near a gol
down so this is a administratio >> the golden globe is one of the few places left whe vote. >> reporter: more outspoken was meryl streep. she took the opportunity to talk about a real life performance by donald trump last year that she said stunned her. >> it was that moment when the person asking to sit in the most respected seat in our country imitated a disabled reporter, someone he outranked in privilege, power, and the capacity to fight back. >> the audience listened with rapt attention while social media exploded in support and outrage. >> disrespect invites disrespect. violence insights violence. when the powerful
position to bully others, we al belief system. so then what doesh ur his golde the last ever ceremony by the hollywood foreign press association. >> i don't mean to be gloomy. it's just that it has the words hollywood, foreign press in the title. >> reporter: still this was the night to honor the highest achievements. "lala land" took the risky step of bringing back hollywood and it paid auchlt it won along with the best acting
refused to join point. how much sponts does hebear? inr the weekend it's impossible for infor mission from siesh attacking to influence our process. >> yeah. look. i think the decision he made was made for honorable reasons. he did not want to be or appear to be manipulating our election inrnally. but i think when you look at this from a broader field of view, we were too timid. he should have done more. he should have been more forceful, more public, and more public pushing back on what the russians were doing. i think in retrospect we let this one slide too long, too far.
>> that threat came from north korea's newsr yourself or its allies, it will be shot billion investment in two american plans. the news comes after tweets by to mexico. the fiat chrysler investment will go to warren, michigan, by 20. 2,000 jobs will be created. and fortune reports on the limited closing all stores. they're cutting 4,000 jobs. the retail struggled with a big drop in sales due to part in shufting consumer business. you know the
>> s e wait comes up with. >> two different prices. the sameextly. >> and yet if i'm using my p.c. -- >> i'm going to pay -- >> 23 bucks more per night. >> that doesn't seem fair. >> no, but that's the reality on the internet. >> travelocity told us it's likely attributable to a deal they were offering to mobile customers exclusively. it's one example of what consumer advocates call price discrimination, different prices for different people, and those varying prices atited to certain people or one hotel site. they found evidence of
so, i switched to tide pods. they're super concentrated, so i get a betteea tide. number one rated. it's got to be tide from my sweet dreams? thanks to tena, not tonight! on ly tena overnight underwear ...with its secure barrier system gives you.... ...triple protection from leaks, odor and moisture. tena lets you be you uh, you asked to see me, coffee? yeah, listen, sugar, we're, uh... lettin' you go. wait, what? people love sweet taste.
he should have been more reepnes is the one who calledut.9$1.98. >> shom sow way paul richardson comes up with the ball. >> one hand hangs on, goes to the ground. oh, my goodness, what a catch. >> even pete carroll has to look up and watch this one on the big board. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" at 8:00 is presented by liberty musicalual insurance. i'm
cowi right almer spoke to now you can see that's no longer tht, is quite the opposite. always the massive equipment of the brigade started rolling in. this is the first buildup in nearly 30 years. this impressive display of military mite is designed in large part to reassure america's nervous european allies that the u.s. military will be there standing with them against russian aggression. aggression and land grab like the 2014 invasion of crimea when
russian troops landed in what had been obsolete and wants to restore it. spe what the incoming president may or may not do, butly tell you this is in the interest of the united states army to build readiness. >> reporter: the commander in chief could reverse all this but it would take months or even years. meanwhile vladimir putin has already implied this buildup is pointless. it's stupid to think
would ercises with the armies of other nato countries. no this morning he tweeted, quote, meryl streep, one of the most overrated actresses in hollywood doesn't know me but attacked last night at the golden globes while accepting the cecil b. demille awards. she publicly criticized mr. trump for mocked a disabled reporter. >> this instinct to humiliate someone that's modelled by someone in the public platform, it filters down to everyone in their life because it kind oif gi
people to do the same thing. "l off with several trophies on ba with the winners. i wish i was backstage. i bet you saw and heard a lot. >> it was amazing, gayle. traditionally the golden globes is full of surprises and a good indicator of who will get a lot of love at the time and apparently "la la land" is front and center. the contemporary musical won in
nomiteid y think? >> emma had this in the bag coming off "february." >> you know, it's not. it's not. >> maybe some of it. >> reporter: the la la sweep was good for other nominees. >> there was a kiss between ryan and andrew garfield. >> they did? >> i'm happy for them. >> viola davis. thank you. >> viola davis won best actress for the long portrayal in fen s fences. >> what about my life. >> he gave an emotional introducti
parties to celebrate his win.no he's keeping it real. >> congratulations. that's great. the hollywood foreign press prides itself on surprises. what was the biggest surprise? a lot of people talking about "moonlight" today. >> not only "moonlight" but "atlanta." danny glover when he won had to sit back
the chain smokers. i bet you've heard of them. why? because they're one of the hottest acts in music and it's no accident. >> a lot of people try to make you feel it is an accident and you're an imposter and it sucks and you have to remember that you're not and you're here for a reason. >> you're here for a reason. it's a catchy song. ahead how the song they wrote as a joke helped them skyrocket to fame and potential grammy success. you're watching "cbs this morning.
e not professional athletes... ...but ...are on dialysis, or have bladder cancer. tell you doctor right away if you have blood or redg at serious urinary tract infections, low blood sugar, and kidney problems. stop taking farxiga and call your doctor right away... ...if you have signs of ketoacidosis... ...which is serious and may lead to death. i'm in this for my family. i'm in this for me. tthe whitenessmy wasn't there as much,
my dentist said that pronamel would help protect my teeth. prel t'eir own businesses. legalzoom. a heart attack doesn't or how healthy you look. no matter who you are, a heart attack can happen without warning. a bayer aspirin regimen can help prevent another heart attack. be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. bayer aspirin.
showha g la uber. it plans to launchxt month. th tesays it will be most helpful traffic city managers. regulators have criticized uber for keeping its information private. >> and how drones have led to more crashes. more than a million were sold over the holidays and now social media is talking about toys getting stuck in trees, accidentally heading people or just flying off. most people have no training when it comes flying them. to improve safety the faa has come up with tips to help those operating them like not operating them in
iphone on this date in een devices. today more than 2 billion people use smartphones. >> yep. everybody at this table for one. >> has at least once. >> at least one. some of us have, two charlie playbill on its performance on broadway's "the color purple." it was very important night for cynthia erivo.
that's not it. that's after s tl seat, on friday. i have never been to w something to see. president obama will deliver his farewell address tomorrow. he'll speak at the same venue in chicago where he gave his 2012 election night speech. "new york times" jodi kantor has interviewed hundreds of people. her book "obamas" is being reissued tomorrow with a new preface. jodi is also a cbs contributor. good morning. >> good morning. >> ever since george washington, presidents have given farewell addresses, but president obama will be the first to return to his hometown to deliver his
what will we hear him say?d y a ob w iting to see is what the message he chooses to deliver to the american people about how they should navigate the next four years. >> i'm guessing that one of the things he's going to talk about in reading a lot of the legacy things he's doing, there's always concern about media in the future in terms
the presidency. and i think ac party which needs a lot of work. they're really two off very lon hawaiian vacation has disappear. the country is going to want to keep hearing from him. on the other hand there is a tradition of the president and first lady kind of keeping quiet. >> michelle obama, harvard trained lawyer, a woman who
right. it's what first ladies have always found difficult. >> what do you greatest honor to be theeir wee. i thought it was in part because she really was quite direct, right? she was above it all. she was grarchls but her chief message was to young people. she said, do not be afraid, you know. go build a country worthy of your promise. and so even as sheas
lethally happy. >> we're taking a lookhe show. these guys keep it up until they fall down. feels like i ankle. >> reporter: the chainsmokers are the dwoul of 27-year-old drew taggart and 31-year-old alex paul. their sound is not quite dance and not exactly pop. >> how do you describe your musical style? what is it that you're doing? >> right now? >> yeah. >> i don't know. i really don't know. >> reporter: whatever they're doing, it's working. in 2016 they had three songs in billboard's top ten.
i moved to the city ♪ >> how auto biographical was it? >> i took it from my current relationship when my girlfriend said something to me that she was really pissed at me. she's going to sue me for publishing now. don't. >> reporter: their girlfriends may also be upset because they did not get invited to the grammys. moese guys are taking their ms. >> i remember not being part of it at allnd i thought
good in textriit under your pillow. >> you say i don't answer texts when i am off. i do. i love you chris leary. there was a lot of love in the room for this new movie called moonlight. in october we were fortunate enough to sit down with the director and some cast members and won for best motion picture drama at the golden globes. >> it was called moonlight, a film about a young man coming to age while struggling with dysfunctional home life and coming to terms with his own sexuality. here is what the director had to say. >> i think it's all ab