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who is this we've got now. >> you won't believe this. >> james: what is it. >> we named it after you, he was in a famous movie, she called it smithie. >> james: after a character in a show i did. >> exactly. >> james: a beaver. >> his name is smithie. >> james: is this a beaver, i have seen a few beavers. i never thought-- i never thought i would be face to face with yours. >> you never touched the beaver. isn't that cute. isn't that beautiful. >> james: jack, you have got a beautiful beaver. can i hold him or is it. >> it's her beaver. it's hers. >> james: no, jack, i know, i know, it's a different thing. >> it's beautiful, isn't it. >> james: that is.
a lot of animals in the wild, when i film, around the country, they slap their tail and it warns everything around it, when the deer hears that happen, they take off and the beaver slaps the water, the funny thing is sometimes when they do poop in the water they take their tail and go like this. it is so funny. >> james: how cute. >> i just watched before i came because i heard there would be animals, i watched on youtube when animals go nuts on talk shows. there are a few of them. >> james: on that note, let's bring out the-- i think we're bringing out an african crown crane. >> yes, it is. >> james: oh my word. >> wow. >> james: look at this. >> east african. >> james: now what does this animal eat. >> cuz it's looking at me like it's going to kill me. >> the eyes are really intense. >> james: the eyes are
>> i'm sorry. >> i'm sorry. >> james: we just found the end of your youtube video, michael. there it is. >> go like this. >> james: no, i don't want to, you do it, i will watch you do it first. >> i don't know what it is, it looks like. >> actually we eat these sometimes. >> yeah, protein. >> see, he knows. >> our food source over the last hundred years-- go ahead, he can't hurt you, it feels good, you can feed him. >> james: no, i'm good, i'm all right. >> go like this and he will dance sometimes with you. >> what am i supposed to do. >> james: do what, will dance? >> watch, go like this, go like this. (laughter) >> act like
>> james: oh, i love frogs. wait, wait, let's get rid of the bird fir, jack, who is in here. whoa. [bleep]. >> hold it. >> james: oh, no, jack, [bleep] jack, jack. >> a pixie frog. feel it. feel it. >> james: oh, wow, that's amazing this. >> this is a pixie frog, only one of the frogs in the world. >> james: not every talk show is going to be like this, okay. >> i'm sorry. >> i don't like wet things. i'm-- you know. >> this is not wet. >> it's very wet. >> it's called a snot frog, it's like-- like this, it's slimy, and this thing can go in the ground up to one year because he soaks himself-- . >> james: underground. >> he makes the stuff, and it comes a bag and he goes in his bag and stays a year yownd underground, that is what they surround themselves with, a pixie frog. do you like frogs. >> no. >> james: all right, let's put the frog
>> james: hear's the lid, you might want that. >> wait, wait, wait, they have warts so wipe your hands-off, real quick. don't worry. >> salmonella. >> you're right. >> james: touch it, go on, touch it, you have to touch it. they have warts, you have to wipe them off. >> oh yeah, these baby wipes will do it. literally-- oh my word who is coming out now. >> we've got some cats. >> hey. how do you feel about cats. >> these i like, yeah. >> i will let you stay here. this is called a jofry cat from south america, they live in brazil in the jungles, this animal is about six months old. these animals are in quite numbers, not like some cats that have issues, in hunting for pelts. they try to stop that. the animal gets about 15 pound, not a big cat, called a jofry cat, when you go to brazil, that
part of the world, with jungles, it is difficult to find these cats, everybody, because these are nocturnal. if you look behind the ears there, i will show to the camera, you will see those spots, called eye spots, the cerval cat gets this big, at african lion can eat the cerval cat, but they will see the eye spots and will back off and leave, the eye spots save these animals from other creatures, some birds have them,. >> james: they are absolutely beautiful. thank you so much for bringing them by. ladies and gentlemen, "jungle" jack hanna, ana de armas and michael fassbender. come on back, everybody. (applause)
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apology. is he on thin ice? fixer upper ending. what they're saying about leave b the show. >> then, will there be an n sinch reunion? >> margot robby on her tonya harding transformation. >> and -- >> why do you have to go? >> the scandal cast claims what they steal from the set. >> i'm going take a few things. >> this is "entertainment tonight." >> maks versus vanessa, their rumored feud on the dance floor. >> it appears maks was putting it all behind him when he posted an apology to extra necessary say, saying, quote, i take full responsibility for my actions but a source claims it was to -- he's
tons of negative press, so he's trying to win people back. ever since we heard things got heated between maks and vanessa, she has stayed quiet. a few of maks's other partners have been vocal. >> i don't miss the rehearsaled at all. >> our sources say vanessa stands up to him. a source says drama is expected. >> puts a lot of pressure on us. more work than i have ever had do before. >> is maks facing off with the producer? while one source says he's on thin ice, another source refutes that. >> this is my show. i helped make it what it is. the 37-year-old had issue wide receiver producers and judges before.
for nearly 50 years. >> you're old i'm going go [ bleep ] outside because i'm about to punch something. >> we have shown him some of his outbursts. >> a lot of it was passion. >> maks has been asked baa, for 17 seasons now. while one source tells us he'll be on his best behavior, another source maintains maks remains in good standing with the show. yesterday, peta was busy with vanessa's hubby. vanessa telling us things are going well. they'll dance the rumba to his husband nick's song. >> not necessary for chip and jo ann na gains. is it true they
>> get out of here. getting out. >> surt issues prompted them to end their number one remodelling series. but in a statement to "e.t." their rep says security has nothing do with their decision. >> i think for a while now, we felt like season five was going to be our final for this chapter. rur rumors of a marital flip is never going to happen. the statement went on to say the couples wanted to catch their breath for a minute, to rest and spend more time with their family and growing businesses. >> we started out as business owners, our beautiful business here if waco needs our attention. >> the business is definitely
their home decor company moved to a 2000 square foot barn and they're planning on opening the restaurant by the end of the year. >> i think that work ethic brings us together. create for everybody! >> family will always come first for the couple and their four kids. >> we have to make intentional efforts to connect with each other on date night and our children. if we can keep that as a focus, everything else will work itself out. >> family over everything. >> we have got more reality news. nischelle turner joining me now. bachelor nation is happy about. >> so happy about this. fans were upset when peter krause once named the bachelor. but he'll be looking for love and going for gold on the bachelor winter games. >> instead of a gold me
make it love. >> i like it. >> let's talk about hollywood bachelor brad pitt. >> it's just a new role. topping tonight's "know and tell" brad's factor. >> we see you brad. he, rocked a full astronaut suit on the set of his film. a source tells "e.t." brad is friendly and genuine on the set. but when he's not filming he spend time alone in his trailer. he always arrives ready to work. production on the film is set to wrap in a few weeks and we are told his six kids have yet to visit him on set. >> tom cruise is back on the set of mission imable 6 seven weeks after breaking his ankle while filming a stunt. >> i'm doing
>> before filming scenes in a helicopter, he was careful not to put too much weight on his foot. >> i can't wait to see this. it's very extreme. >> more action now, this time on the set of "snl." >> hey guys. >> this week's host, wonder woman, gal gadot smashes through the wall. it's her first time ever on the program. >> you cannot do that! we have rules hooer. >> the door. i should have used the door. so sorry. >> it's gal gadot. >> shut up. >> gal said actually that she is a bit nervous about her "snl" monologue, especially the fact that she has an israeli acce
>> well said. you imagine you can't get more nervous than the halftime show at the super bowl. justin timberlake may be joined by some familiar faces. >> maybe it's like the mtv music awards. if it's right, we'll do it. >> joey fatone hinting at a reunion. he's not the only one pushing for it. >> super bowl halftime show? yes! give us a call, nfl. >> j.t. was close to finalizing a deal. ♪ it would be the group's second time performing on super football's biggest night. they brought the house down jani joining
ride, because as joey told "e.t." all the pieces have to fit. >> no word from justin's camp. the nfl is keeping mum about when we'll get an official announcement. again, telling "e.t." quote, we are not going speculate on a particular artist. the reunion we want to see? >> britney spears. >> in the denim. thank you. >> coming up, jennifer garner's new workout. going from mom to action star. >> then, the new movie about whitney houston's daughter. what happened when bobby brown came face-to-face with the star. >> i recently ran into him in new york. >> then our "scandal" sneak peek. the cast gives us hints. >> i want olivia to drowned. >> first, morgan freeman takes
>> we have morgan freeman of the united states. >> i space out all the time when he's talking to me. >> all hail mr. freeman. it costars taya leoni. >> chief justice. >> we're on set in new york as freeman pulls triple dumt of after that, he's also executive producing. >> i like to give it some thought and give direction. look up when you say. that look over
♪ jennifer garner giving us a serious alien vibe there. general sharing her, quote, recipe for turning a mom back into an action lady. apparently it includes three minutes of cry yo therapy. >> i tried that. it's the worst. meanwhile, another tv mom has her return handled. "scandal" returns tonight. this gladiator returns on set. why? >> why what? >> why do you have to go? >> you don't just move on a, you don't walk away. >> are you going to take anything? >> i don't think i can admit that on television. have you seen her closet? >> there were a couple of coats that i was like, ooh, get that. >> i don't own them, so we might
>> one thing for olivia will continue to slay her style this season, but how will the series end? the cast maintains they don't know. >> the best thing is being surprised. >> i would love to shoot another scene on the island. >> with your wife or with olivia. >> my wife, maybe. >> i want olivia to brown. >> you know what? >> oh, i like that ending! where did that come from? >> unless they're going make a scandal movie. >> now it's up to me. >> and because this tight knit cast will become the graduating class of 2018 -- >> we were like, no, not senior year. >> what superlative would they give olivia post? >> most likely to scare my children at 3:00
mischief. >> based on that picture? >> based on that picture. >> most likely to be committed. >> that's pretty good. >> when the gladiators see tonight's episode, they're going to say this same thing because he's on 10 tonight. our first look at a controversial movie about whitney houston's daughter. what you never knew about their final days. then -- >> i had a huge fall. >> margot robby on the biggest challenges of her tonya harding transformation. >> she just texted me on the way here. closed captioning provided by --
why did you bring her tonight? >> because it's children's night. it's about the kid and she's our inspiration for things we do they we love most, our children. >> whitney's love for her daughter was never in question. >> now a tv movie called bobby christina tries to recapture their special bond and what role it might have had in her death three years later. >> all i ever do is listen to you. why do you have to be a mess? >> i think a lot of people are thinking we are going focus on things that are negligence tiff and we didn't. we approach it with of and respect. >> i've got to look out for christy. i can't handle this. >> vif ka fox
daughter into a downward spiral. >> i knew them. i would never be involved with anything that would defame their lega legacy. those are my friends. >> this newcomer is bobbi christina. it shows the days that haunted her that led up to her death. >> her connection to her mom was so powerful and strong. i think once whitney left, half of her or more left. >> whitney's father, bobby brown has spoken out. >> bob by was not happy about this. >> i ran into him in new york. he said, you good? i said, yeah, you good? i said, all right. nothing but lover if you. >> doing bobby trusts you now? >> i hope
i have nothing but love and respect for the family. i just want him to know that. >> i do want to point out that the houston family is working on a documentary and they did not want this movie. you can see it sunday night. real life story on the way. and cameron matheson has the details. margot robby is playing tonya harding, whose husband was involved in bashing the knee of her rival, thnancy kerry gan. shed to learn how to skate like a pro. >> i hasn't done anything like that before in a role. yeah, it was really intense. >> four months of training. five days a week for four hours a day
skating. but it was the wigs and breached eyebrows that clearly transformed her to tonya. >> i know you met tonya herself. tell me about the meeting. >> she just texted me on the way here. it was really sweet. she said good luck. i told her i was nervous. she said chin up. it will all be good. >> we were with her at the premier. and on the cover of "w". >> the choreography was incredible. never sympathetic. she was like, get up, let's go. the one time i had a huge fall, she came over and said, that was a real scary fall, you can have a minute. i was like, cheers. okay. >> margot also produced the film, but it's
>> som let go of quickly and i'm ready to let go of them. tonya wasn't one of them. i found it hard to shake her off. >> i can understand that. i don't know if isla fisher has ever had one of those roles. >> i live in such a funny house. even the cats are funny. >> they're even funny? helping her keep her house in stitch are her three kids and her hubby, sasha baron cohen. >> how important is it for you to have your kids stay grounded? >> i never talk about my kids personally. i feel like they deserve a normal childhood. i have been with my husband 16
years. i have never spoken about him publicly. >> ow! >> my father warned me about people like you. >> the mom has no problems putting it all out there. one of her all-time favorites, "wedding crashers". >> don't ever leave me. >> ever. >> good. because i would find you. >> people who are unusual or quirky. >> her latest quirky characters are in her children's books. >> i started doing a funny voice of marge, the main character. i can't even do her. then jakeky is a little boy. and the other is very earnest. >> you would jump back and forth? >> yeah. >> how? >> it's always been my dream to play all the characters. >> she has a movie coming
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i am the founder and director of slam dunk for diabetes. slam dunk for diabetes is the only day basketball camp in the country and we provide the opportunity for children with pre-diabetes and type 1 and type 2 diabetes to get together, play ball and to learn to manage their diabetes. [olivia] when i first got to the camp, it wasn't like oh it's so sad, all the kids have diabetes, it wasn't that at all, it was happiness, it was kids laughing and running and playing and i wanted to be a part of that so much. [monica joyce] coming back year after year, what olivia learned is that she really isn't alone. [olivia] she created a world for diabetic kids to play and be normal and have fun and meet people and meet other kids that have diabetes. i can't thank her enough [monica joyce] i met olivia in 2004 and i said to people, stick around, olivia is going to set the world on fire one day. olivia has really been a marvelous example
spent decades acquiring weapons and ammo, and living a secret life, much of which will never be fully understood. >> everybody go! (gunfire) >> reporter: this new video, obtained by the "review" journal shows the harrowing moments as the attack unfolded. >> do we have medical set up somewhere yet? >> reporter: police have now pinpointed a more exact timeline. at 10:05 p.m. paddock fired the first shots from mandalay bay. 10 minutes later, the shooting stopped. at 10:18, paddock fired more than 200 rounds through the door of his room, wounding a security guard in the leg. >> we can't go yet. >> reporter: after that, paddock fired no more bullets into the music festival. he may have had more in mind. you suggested that after he saw the security guard, that his concern became himself. did you see any evidence that he planned to survive this or try to escape? >> yes. >> reporter: what is that? >> i can't tell you. >> reporter: at 11:20, police
used an explosive to break through paddock's front door. from his room on the 32nd floor, paddock not only sprayed bullets into the music festival some of his shots also hit these aviation fuel tanks on the edge of the airport. investigators are trying to determine whether those were stray bullets or he intended to hit the tanks. >> this guy is absolutely the boogeyman. >> reporter: randy sutton, retired from the las vegas police department, is a consultant for cbs news. >> this guy used tremendous tactics. this showed training. where did he get that training? who helped him, train him to use those weapons as he did? >> reporter: investigators are hoping that some answers will come from paddock's girlfriend, marilou danley. cbs news has learned that she has discussed paddock's mental health with f.b.i. investigators. anthony. >> mason: john blackstone in las vegas. thanks, john. justice and homeland security correspondent jeff pegues reports paddock had checked out bigger music festivals in las vegas and other cities.
>> reporter: more than a month before the attack in las vegas-- >> everybody go! >> reporter: ...stephen paddock booked a room at the blackstone hotel in chicago. it overlooked the lollapalooza music festival in august. but paddock never checked in. he also booked rooms overlooking a different festival in las vegas and researched locations in boston around fenway park. some of the information is coming from searches of paddock's online activity and electronic devices. police are also looking for people who came in contact with paddock before the shooting, including a woman reportedly seen with him at the mandalay bay casino. investigators are focusing on why, starting in october of 2016, paddock accumulated 33 weapons from gun stores in nevada, california, texas, and utah, and why his car contained ammunition, fertilizer, and tannerite. a powerful explosive as this youtube demonstration shows.
chicago is preparing for next week's marathon which is expecting 40,000 competitors. >> we are constantly asking fundamental questions about what's going on. i am glad the fbi is here. we work with a lot of our federal partners in preparation for this marathon. >> experts say it is apparent paddock wanted to constantly be paddock wanted credit for at tack. he checked in the hotel, constantly calling to complain about noise. and in that casino where he had to know dozen of cameras would record his movements >> mason: jeff pegues, thanks. the carnage in las vegas has led to a highly unusual development on capitol hill: republicans signaled they're open to regulating the kind of equipment that enabled the shooter to gun down hundreds. here's nancy cordes.
>> i didn't know what these things were, on monday. republicans, lawmakers from the house speaker down today said they're open to banning bump stocks. >> it's certainly something that should be looked at. >> i'd be willing to entertain this. >> reporter: the affordable devices essentially turn legal, semiautomatic rifles -- >> i'm going to try a 30-round ammo dump. (gunfire) >> reporter: ...into machine guns capable of firing hundreds of rounds a minute. >> extremely simple, very easy to control the burst. >> fully automatic weapons have been outlawed for many, many years. this seems to be a way of going around that. >> reporter: back in 2010, the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, and firearms ruled that "bump stocks are a firearm part, and, therefore, not regulated as a firearm under the gun-control act or national firearms act." >> now that it's well known, i'm concerned that now you're going to have a massive proliferation, especially with copycat type people.
>> reporter: adam kinzinger and two other republicans sent a letter to the a.t.f. today urging them to re-evaluate these devices and vowing to explore legislative options as well. how many republicans have said to you, "i support what you're trying to do?" >> a lot, a lot. >> reporter: enough to pass a bill? >> yeah, i think there's enough to pass a bill. >> reporter: but the president's former chief strategist, steve bannon warned of grassroots fallout, telling the news outlet axios that donald trump going left on gun control will be impossible, the end of everything. and some republicans worry that any new restrictions will set a bad precedent. >> it's about undermining the second amendment. >> reporter: democrat nancy pelosi doesn't think that argument will win out in the wake of the vegas carnage. >> so what? they're going to say if, you give them bump stock, it's going to be a slippery slope? i certainly hope so. >> reporter: even the national rifle association saw the writing on the wall today, its
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pt the challenge and take charge today. visit your weight matters dot org. three u.s. green berets were killed in an ambush in the west african nation of niger. two others were wounded. the soldiers' names have not been released. they were attacked yesterday near the border with mali where the boko haram and al qaeda-linked militants operate. american troops are there providing counter-terrorism training. tonight, b.p. is shutting oil and natural gas production at its gulf of mexico platforms ahead of tropical storm nate, which formed today in central america. nate is now forecast to hit louisiana or mississippi sunday morning, possibly as a category-1 hurricane. a state of emergency has been declared in new orleans.
our david begnaud is just back from more than two weeks in puer iche was there before hurricane maria hit. his reporting after the storm prompted action. welcome back, david. >> reporter: it's good to be here. >> mason: san juan's mayor, david, carmen yulin cruz, was one of the fiercest critics of the aid being slow to arrive in puerto rico. now, you talked with her almost two weeks ago. let's listen first. >> think of your worst nightmare, and there it is-- no power anywhere in puerto rico. no water. we have the reservoirs of drinking water have been depleted. diesel is very quickly running out. >> mason: so, bring us up to date. do people have power yet? >> reporter: most don't. 91% of the island is without power. in fact, anthony, last night in one of the hospitals in humacao, the power grid went down. so they had to evacuate patients to the floating hospital, the u.s. naval ship "comfort." today i was told they're now assessing all the hospitals to make sure the power grids are up
for possible evacuations of hos. >> mason: what about the interior of the country? >> reporter: it's worse, much worse. in fact, that's where you've got people who are drinking water and bathing with stream water, okay. and the governor's office is telling us they've identified isolated areas with special needs. and so what they're doing is they're actually sending fuel trucks into each of those cities and positioning a fuel truck there. but so many people have asked, "what's taken 15 days to do that?" >> mason: well, how much longer, david, do you think before there's real relief? >> reporter: the governor has said some people could be without power for up to a year, and still tonight, you have people saying, "we need more food and more water." >> mason: david begnaud. thanks for being with us. pennsylvania republican tim murphy announced his resignation from the house today. it comes after a report this week that said murphy, who is anti-abortion, tried to encourage his mistress to have the procedure. turned out, she was not pregnant. their affair was revealed in her divorce proceedings.
initially said yesterday he would not seek re-election, but today, he stepped down, effective october 21. one of hollywood's biggest names, producer and studio executive harvey weinstein, is taking a leave of absence from his company. that's after "the new york times" reported today weinstein is accused of sexually harassing female employees and actors for decades. elaine quijano is following this. >> reporter: the sexual harassment allegations against harvey weinstein stretch back 30 years, with some as recent as 2015, according to "the new york times." one of his accusers, actress ashley judd, told the paper that two decades ago, weinstein made multiple sexual advances at a beverly hills hotel, asking if he could give her a massage or watch him shower. "i said no, a lot of ways, a lot of times. and he always came back at me with some new ask," judd recalled. she thought, "how do i get out of the room as fast as possible
weinstein?" the "times" report eight women say weinstein engaged in inappropriate behavior, including appearing nearly or fully naked in front of them, requiring them to be present while he bathed or repeatedly asking for a massage or initiating one himself. and the paper says weinstein has reached at least eight confidential settlements with women. among them are former assistants, an actress and a model. the paper says most received roughly $80,000 to $150,000. in a written statement to "the time," weinstein said, "i came of age in the '60s and '70s, when all the rules about behavior and workplaces were different. i appreciate the way i have behaved with colleagues in the past has caused a lot of pain and i sincerely apology for it." one half of the powerhouse weinstein film studio, harvey weinstein's resume includes "pulp fiction," "good will hunting," and "shakespeare in love." entertainment tonight kevin frazier.
>> is harvey weinstein the kind could green light or shut down a production? >> he is the kind of man who is if he green lights your movie and put a push behind it he could get you in the oscar nomination, and could shut them down if he decides not to work with you. >> reporter: in a statement to cbs news, weinstein's attorney charles harder says "the new york times" has published false and defamatory statements against harvey weinstein, adding, "we are preparing the lawsuit now. all proceeds will be donated to women's organizations." anthony. >> mason: elaine quijano, thanks, elaine. two weeks after a powerful earthquake shook mexico, the search for survivors has ended. the official death toll: 369. more than half were killed in mexico city. prosecutors are looking into possible building code violations. there, officials say, there could be homicide, negligence and fraud charges. coming up next a safety warning. all those dashboard gizmos are keeping eyes off the road. and later, the healing power of puppy love.
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screen. >> reporter: 23 of the systems generated high or very high demand on drivers' attention. none of the 30 vehicles were found to have low demand. programming the navigation system was the most distracting task, taking, on average, 40 seconds. at 25 miles per hour, a driver would travel four football fields during that time. >> 40 seconds is too long to be engaged in some kind of non-driving-related activity. >> reporter: university of utah professor david strayer was the lead researcher on the study. >> you just need to keep your eyes on the road and if anyone is suggesting it's okay to take your eyes off the road, that's just not consistent with sound science. >> i'm surprised that these cars, or any of these cars last more than five minutes because of the distractions. >> reporter: lloyd ecker drives a tesla s, one of the cars ranked as most demanding of a driver's attention. >> because i am distracted, and it was too much. i mean, there's, like, 500 things on this-- this board.
>> reporter: so you put up a >> absolutely did that, on purpose. >> reporter: the auto industry is pushing back through its trade association saying, while it will carefully review the findings, it has long-standing concerns about the research methods used. carmakers point to this-- the jeep grand cherokee and the dodge durango scored differently in this study, but fiat chrysler says the infotainment systems are virtually identical. >> mason: thanks, kris. coming up, the nominations are in for the rock 'n' roll hall of fame's class of 2018. ♪ oh, living on a prayer ♪ i love you, droolius caesar, but sometimes you stink.
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nominees include dire straits: ♪ we're the sultans of swing >> mason: the moody blues: knights in white satin >> mason: and the eurythmics. sweet dreams are made of these >> mason: also up are past nominees, including the j. geils band: >> mason: bon jovi... you give love a bad name >> mason: ...and the cars. shake it up shake it up >> mason: the top vote-getters will be announced in december, and inducted into the hall on april 14. her voice was soft and cool her eyes were clear and bright but she's not there >> mason: the zombies, there. that's quite a list. up next, a special breed of heroes.
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here's carter evans. >> reporter: meet the second responders. everywhere they go-- in the halls of sunrise hospital in las vegas-- >> absolutely gorgeous. >> reporter: these therapy dogs are helping to heal the wounds you can't see. >> i don't know if it was worse seeing what was going on at the actual site or if it was worse seeing what was going on here. >> reporter: patient liaison fabian salazar raced to work as hundreds of patients flooded in. like most of the staff here, he's worked for days with little rest. >> anyone that takes our mind off of reality for a few minutes is a nice little vacation. >> this is lois. >> reporter: and then there's the victims, like michael caster. he was shot in the back, and keeps reliving the horror of watching people die. >> they just-- they didn't have, you know-- for one reason or another they couldn't get out, couldn't get help in time. >> reporter: and now you've got lois. >> yeah.
>> reporter: take your mind off it for a few minutes, huh? >> yeah. >> reporter: these dog from lutheran church charities have flown in from all across the country. so, who has been to sandy hook? wow. they've also been deployed after major disasters like hurricanes harvey and irma, and now the cavalry has arrived in las vegas. >> it was almost like the grief just dissipated as they touched these animals. >> reporter: nurse mary lacyk says it's easy to forget that those who provide critical care sometimes need care themselves. >> we're seeing such young, vibrant people who have been affected in such a critical, masochistic kind of way. it's tough. >> reporter: the healing will take time, but for a few precious moments, everything feels a little better. oh, my god! this is awesome! carter evans, cbs news, las vegas. look at this! >> and that's the overnight news. for some the news continues for others check back for news a little later. i'm anthony mason in new york. thanks for watching. ♪
♪ >> announcer: this is the cbs overnight news. welcome to the overnight news. an army of investigators is still unable to answer the biggest question from sunday's massacre. why. why would a 64-year-old gambler named stephen paddock choose to reign down death on a jam packed country music festival. he killed 58 people and injured more than 500 others before turning the gun on himself. what investigators do know is that the attack was meticulously planned and paddock may have been gearing up for other attacks as well. john blackstone begins our coverage. >> reporter: investigators are no closer to understanding what may have inspired 64-year-old step
elaborate, including placing cameras outside his room, that investigators believe paddock may have had an accomplice. clark county sheriff joseph lombardo: >> stephen paddock is a man who spent decades acquiring weapons and ammo, and living a secret life, much of which will never be fully understood. >> everybody go! (gunfire) >> reporter: this new video, obtained by the "review" journal shows the harrowing moments as the attack unfolded. >> do we have medical set up somewhere yet? >> reporter: police have now pinpointed a more exact timeline. at 10:05 p.m. paddock fired the first shots from mandalay bay. 10 minutes later, the shooting stopped. at 10:18, paddock fired more than 200 rounds through the door of his room, wounding a security guard in the leg. >> we can't go yet. >> reporter: after that, paddock fired no more bullets into the music festival. he may have had more in mind. you
concern became himself. did you see any evidence that he planned to survive this or try to escape? >> yes. >> reporter: what is that? >> i can't tell you. >> reporter: at 11:20, police used an explosive to break through paddock's front door. from his room on the 32nd floor, paddock not only sprayed bullets into the music festival some of his shots also hit these aviation fuel tanks on the edge of the airport. investigators are trying to determine whether those were stray bullets or he intended to hit the tanks. >> this guy is absolutely the boogeyman. >> reporter: randy sutton, retired from the las vegas police department, is a consultant for cbs news. >> this guy used tremendous tactics. this showed training. where did he get that training? who helped him, train him to use those weapons as he did? >> jeff pegues now with the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: more than a month before the attack in las vegas-- >> everybody go! >> reporter: ...stephen paddock booked a room at the blackstone hoin
it overlooked the lollapalooza music festival in august. but paddock never checked in. he also booked rooms overlooking a different festival in las vegas and researched locations in boston around fenway park. some of the information is coming from searches of paddock's online activity and electronic devices. police are also looking for people who came in contact with paddock before the shooting, including a woman reportedly seen with him at the mandalay bay casino. investigators are focusing on why, starting in october of 2016, paddock accumulated 33 weapons from gun stores in nevada, california, texas, and utah, and why his car contained ammunition, fertilizer, and tannerite. a powerful explosive, as this youtube demonstration shows. why the fixation with crowds of tens of thousands of people? why the fixation? ron hosko is a former assistant director of the f.b.i.
active shooters over time, from time to time, you do get a sense of competition. >> reporter: cities are now rethinking security for large outdoor events. in chicago, mayor rahm emanuel is preparing for next week's marathon, which is expecting 40,000 competitors. >> we constantly are revising and asking fundamental questions about the-- what goes on. i'm glad that, also, the fb.i. is here, because, in fact, we work with a lot of our federal partners in that preparation for this marathon. >> the massacre in las vegas could spur congress to toughen gun control laws and for the first time the national rifle association may be on board. here's nancy cordes. >> reporter: in a sea change for republicans, lawmakers from the house speaker down today said they're open to banning bump stocks. >> it's certainly something that shou b
this. >> reporter: the affordable devices essentially turn legal, semiautomatic rifles -- >> i'm going to try a 30-round ammo dump. (gunfire) >> reporter: --into machine guns capable of firing hundreds of rounds a minute. >> extremely simple, very easy to control the burst. >> fully automatic weapons have been outlawed for many, many years. this seems to be a way of going around that. >> reporter: back in 2010, the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, and firearms ruled that "bump stocks are a firearm part, and, therefore, not regulated as a firearm under the gun-control act or national firearms act." >> now that it's well known, i'm concerned that now you're going to have a massive proliferation, especially with copycat type people. >> reporter: adam kinzinger and two other republicans sent a letter to the a.t.f. today urging them to re-evaluate these devices and vowing to explore legislative options as well. how many republicans have sa
to you, "i support what you're ng noug lto pass a bill? >> yeah, i think there's enough to pass a bill. >> reporter: but the president's former steve strategist, steve bannon, warned of grassroots fallout, telling the news outlet axios that donald trump going left on gun control will be impossible, the end of everything. and some republicans worry that any new restrictions will set a bad precedent. >> it's about undermining the second amendment. >> reporter: democrat nancy pelosi doesn't think that argument will win out in the wake of the vegas carnage. >> so what? they're going to say if, you give them bump stock, it's going to be a slippery slope? i certainly hope so. >> stephen paddock was by all accounts a high roller and those big money gamblers get treated like gold in las vegas. >> they're the people casinos want to hold on to. high rollers who spend tens of thousands of dollars, repeat
casinos' bottom lines flush. eric paddock told reporters his brother liked to gamble. >> he texted me a picture, he won $40,000 on a slot machine. that's the way he played. >> reporter: over a dozen currency transaction reports were generated related to paddock's gambling. those reports are filed when $10,000 or more is moved through a banking casino. >> anybody who is going to be playing at the levels that have been reported for him puts him in high roller status for sure. >> reporter: anthony curtis is a former professional gambler who runs the website the las vegas adviser. he assumes paddock was able to gamble with high amounts of money. >> he would be able to get a lot of perks, and comps from the casinos definitely at a high level. >> they often get tickets to shows and even their rooms comped. in other words for free.
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just two days to push a bill to ban abortions after 20 weeks one of the leaders of that effort is skaut up in an abortion scandal. congressman tim murphy of pennsylvania admitted he asked his misstress to have an abortion when he thought she was pregnant. >> murphy top staffer accuses him of fostering a abusive workplace environment. even before that there was hypocrisy on abortion. >> i
cellphone floating about these are real beings. >> for more than a decade on capitol hill, pennsylvania congressman tim murphy has backed up pro-life agenda. >> we have every right to protect those lives as men and as fathers. >> but according to the pittsburgh "post-gazette," in january his alleged mistress shannon edwards said you have zero issue posting your pro-life stance -- all over the place. when you had no issue asking me to abort our unborn child just last week. murphy reportedly responded, i get what you say about my march for life messages, i've never written them. staff does them. >> the bill is passed. >> the story unfolded as the house approved legislation that would make abortions after 20 weeks illegal. murphy, a member of the house pro-life caucus co-sponsored and voted for the bill. the "post-gazette" also obtained
murphy's chief of staff in june reported that staffers have been exp t from the congressman which has led to a nearly 100% turnover in one year's time. on a recent visit, she said, your driving was dangerous and erratic. i feared for my life. i repeatedly at least 15 times asked you to stop texting while driving. his whose insults were frightening. >> turned out the pregnancy was a false alarm and he's made his decision after meeting with house speaker paul ryan. thousands of at&t customers in illinois are holding the phone waiting for fcc ruling that could take away their beloved land line. at&t wants to end traditional landline service and concentrate on cellphone. the legislation over wrote the veto now up to the federal communications division.
people once used the telephone. you dialled your number and your voice was carried along landlines connected to telephone poles across the country. the no frills phone worked well and people like 70-year-old see no reason to change. >> my landline i can talk for hours. the phone goes right here, i sit and talk, the battery never dies. >> the demand for 21st century technology is crowding her and 400,000 other households in illinois where phones use landlines, about 10% of at&t's phone business. the state legislature in those and 19 other states where at&t is primary carrier have voted to allow them to end landline to invest more in wes
internet based phone networks. but consumer advocate from citizen utility board said the change will fall disproportionately on seniors. >> these are illinoiss most vulnerable customers who depend on landline systems for home monitoring and security systems. >> what would happen if you were forced to make this change which at&t wants? >> my life would be at stake for emergencies. >> the bill still needs regulatory approval. meantime at&t says 5,000 illinois customers are voluntarily dropping their landline connection every week. dean reynolds cbs news chicago. it's been a long trip for
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now at 67 it's hard for him not to sing well. ♪ out in the west texas town of el paso ♪ ♪ i fell in love with a mexican girl ♪ >> what's your favorite in this show that you're the most, okay, here i am. >> i really love singing genie with a light brown hair because it's so painful. it's such pain. ♪ oh, i dream ♪ of genie with a light brown hair ♪ >> and these notes are so perfect. that you know, the emotions just hang on them. and just glisten.
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and decency can't rise and shine through that. y ♪ whatever it takes to fulfill this mission ♪ ♪ there's a way we must go ♪ >> the taking the show on a very limited tour this fall. there's also an album but you can't get a ticket. >> so you were a lead singer of a band in high school and you're the singer in a band again. >> you know, whenever i see rock 'n' roll singers i think to myself you know i could have done that. but i kind of like what i've done. i've enjoyed my job. i really do like my job. >> he says he'll get around to making movies again but right now bill murray has so much more to give. ♪ given me everything i needed and more ♪
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captioning funded by cbs it's friday, october 6th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." the latest in the las vegas massacre. this morning investigators are trying to figure out if the gunman had his eye on other targets. one big clue, his hotel reservations in other cities. hollywood powerhouse harvey weinstein is accused of decades of harassment. how he's reacting to the news.