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mckuchen, the warm up circle is right next to the front, and he's actually talking to the guy. and i'm thinking what are you talking to him for? you're up next. why is your. >> why engage? >> yeah, why engage? so this guy thinks he's funny. mckuchen is jawing with him, talking back and forth and he had been riding cerveli earlier on, the catcher, and i'm thinking this guy doesn't know anything. so mckuchen smokes one to left center, bounces off-- just rips it. hits, then he does the coolest thing. he stands up in second and looks for the guy, points and when he comes in he takes off his batting glove and he gives his batting gloves to the dude. so before i left, you know, i thought, i just have to straighten this guy out. ( laughter ) so, i know, it's so embarrassing. >> james: before i left i thought i better straighten him out. ( laughter ) >> well, its' embarrassing. >> james: are we ready to get back to filming our film? okay, wait--
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is there any continuity with my face, because i'm about to potentially get in a fight. >> exactly, exactly. i'm about to get my ass kicked. so i go hey, man, i get on him. and i'm like a dope i'm not thinking. you know, there are cameras everywhere. people have cell phones, you know. so somewhere there is a thing of me kind of going-- . >> james: what did you say? what did you say to him? >> something like-- i can't say. ( laughter ) >> james: you can, you can say. >> we've all ready crossed that. >> i can't remember, it was something like something like what happened, dude, what happened, were you jawing pretty good before, you think are you a funny ( bleep ). ( laughter ) >> james: stick around, more with these two when we come back! ( cheers and applause ) ♪ ♪ [car door closing] [distant speech] ♪ [curious music] ♪ [laughing] ♪
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see abortion banned, i would like to see i would like to see i would like to see that ed gillespie never becomes governor. ♪ ♪ >> kill me. people think you can slice a man's throat like this. that's only in the movies.
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do it. no noise, no mess. ( cheers and applause ) ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> james: that was a clip from "american assassin," which opens everywhere this friday. congratulations on the film, you were both terrific in the movie. ( cheers and applause ) tell everyone what the film is about and who you play. >> first of all, in that scene, you should see what he does, man. i mean, this dude, he is a tough little son of a bitch, i'm telling you, man, honest to god. ( cheers and applause ) it was impressive all of the fight scenes we had to do. but he did like eight more than i did. so the film, i'm stan hurley who in the books is somewhat of a mento
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i think it's a relatively intelligent, more, a little more intelligent approach to what is going on in the world in terms of how we deal with terrorism, and dylan can say what he thinks of this. >> ( bleep ) movie. ( laughter ) >> james: and who do you play? >> my character-- i play mitch rapp and he is basically the story is he is struck by tragedy in his life and it kind of sets him on this mission, in a way, completely changes him and makes him sort of embark on this path to becoming an asset and kind of protecting this from happening to anyone else. and that's when he meets michael's character with this division of the cia, that is very secret operation and he kind of becomes his mentor a little bit. they kind of butt heads a little bit. they both have their own sort of opinions about things, but at the end of the day i think they love each other. >> they do. >> james: you filmed a lot of the movie in london, did you enjoy filming there? what was your favorite part about being in that city?
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>> yeah, i love london now. it is-- i had only ever been for a few days at a time, something for press, i don't even know where i was. >> james: yeah. >> but yeah, really enjoyed it. i really enjoyed, i also have a lot of good friends in london. i have a lot of good people in my life who live there. >> james: yeah. >> none of them were there when i was there. >> james: oh. ( laughter ) >> which is awesome, but it was cool anyway, i was there with my dad and that was a great experience. and we had a pub life. had our little local-- >> james: did you enjoy going to the pub? >> yeah, yeah. >> james: how nice! >> i enjoyed two, like i would just be getting started on a beer, post work and they would ding the bell and like 10:15, okay, that is pub life, drink early, get home early. >> james: that's because it's london. if they don't ring that bell, we won't stop drinking. ( laughter ) that is the reason for the bell. it is sort of a public safety announcement, really. >> exactly. >> james: because they will drink their own body weight in booze. >> yeah. >> james: but i'm so pleased you enjoyed it. >> i thought it was last call, i didn't know it was the r
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>> james: pretty much that, that is the reason. michael, i was reading this today, is it true there was a time in your life where you were quite a frequent hitchhiker? which is something i have never done. i have never done that because i always thought it is quite scary. >> you make me sound like a drifter. ( laughter ) >> james: never scary, nothing ever happened that was like, oh, i should get out of this car? >> i will tell you a great one though, i'm in glasgow, which is one of the great cities. and they're really fun. they are hammered most of the time. that is why. no, that is not a nice thing to say about an entire city. >> james: not nice but unfortunately true. ( laughter ) >> but it is a great city and the people are really genuinely funny. and really nice. and so you have heard that, glasgowegian accent-- do you know billy connely? he's a pal. >> james: of course! one of the greatest comedians who has ever lived. >> how funny. so he sounds like he's from cincinnati compared to really hard, hard glasgowegian accents. and so i am staying in a hotel and i got lost. i didn't know how et
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along the road. he wasn't hitchhiking exactly. he was kind of like, you know, and i pulled over to ask him for directions. i had-- he could have been speaking anything, because by the time, i said, "how do i get to--" whatever the name of the hotel was. and he is hammered. and he's got that really hard glasgowegian accent and at this point i'm this far from his face trying to understand what he is saying. so finally i go, "you know what, just get in." he says to me, "let me in the car i will show you." and i'm thinking perfect. so he gets in. ( laughter ) >> james: i cannot stress enough, don't do this at home. i cannot stress enough. go on. >> so he gets in the car, this is the hippest thing, so smart, and drunk as he was he gets me in the car and he goes-- ( gibberish ) and i'm going what? and he says-- i finally make
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out, he takes me to his house, gets out of the car and goes "thank you." ( laughter ) and leaves! >> awesome. >> i know, it was awesome. >> james: reggie, do you have a question for any of our guests this evening? >> reggie: i do now, yes. tonight's question goes to... ( drum roll ) i will just make it for the whole couch, because i think it's important. first of all, "mr. mom," amazing. incredible. >> thank you. ( cheers and applause ) >> reggie: terri garr. close to my heart. but i was just wondering when you guys are doing tactical training and things and working with assault rifles, probably pistols, maybe some long guns and things like that, do your fingers get sore? >> your fingers and forearms too. >> or if you're shooting a rifle your shoulder gets sore. >> yeah, you can bruise your shoulder. my forearms-- it's tiring, shooting guns is tiring, a lot more tiring than when i was
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bedroom. ( laughter ) i never realized the action. >> and you did it with a real guns. >> yeah, yeah. >> which is dangerous. >> can i tell you how great the great terri garr is and was. she is one of the great comedians and actresses and pal of mine and she played my wife in "mr. mom," and i'm sorry to indulge but she is a sweetheart and she deserves mention. ( applause ) >> reggie: one of the greatest, you're correct. >> james: that's absolutely correct! please thank our incredible guests, michael keaton, dylan o'brien. music from superfruit when we come back. ( cheers and applause ) ♪ ♪ for the holidays, we get a gift for mom and dad. and every year, we split it equally.
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ( cheers and applause ) >> james: here to perform "hurry up" from their debut album, "future friends," which is out on friday, please welcome, superfruit! ( cheers and applause ) ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ one foot in one foot out ♪ one moment away from shutting down ♪ i'm too complete to need something
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on my frequency ♪ so if you got what it takes then baby don't hesitate ♪ hey, just blow me away i'm waiting ♪ don't need no false promises someone who knows who he is ♪ someone who's ready for this cause it's waiting ♪ all these other boys they're just not enough ♪ so talk to me come to me ♪ hurry up hey, baby ♪ i've never been in love but i wanna be ♪ i wanna be so hurry up ♪ yeah, yeah oh, oh ♪ talk to me come to me ♪ hurry up yeah, yeah ♪ oh, oh talk to me ♪ come to me hurry up ♪ it's 4:00 am i'm drunk again ♪ 'bout to leave with someone
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♪ he's insecure immature ♪ all these in-betweens are too much work ♪ so if you got what it takes then baby don't hesitate ♪ hey, just blow me away i'm waiting ♪ don't need no false promises someone who knows who he is ♪ someone who's ready for this cause it's waiting ♪ all these other boys they're just not enough ♪ so talk to me come to me ♪ hurry up hey, baby ♪ i've never been in love but i wanna be ♪ i wanna be so hurry up ♪ yeah, yeah oh, oh ♪ talk to me come to me ♪ hurry up yeah, yeah ♪ oh, oh talk to me ♪ come to me hurry up ♪ ♪
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♪ come to me hurry up ♪ ( cheers and applause ) >> thank you. >> james: ladies and gentlemen, beautiful drums. superfruit, everybody. what about them! come on back, everybody. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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cnarrator: ed gillespie and i wants to endis ad. a woman's right to choose. ed giof a woman'sd put thpersonal decisions,rge not women and their doctors. as governor, ed gillespie says,
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if ed gillespie would like to see abortion banned, i would like to see i would like to see i would like to see that ed gillespie never becomes governor. ♪ ♪ ( cheers and applause ) >> james: thanks so much for watching. we'll see you soon. reggie, take us home. ♪ ♪
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captioning sponsored by cbs captioned by media access group at wgbh ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ when i was 3, children's national helped me beat the odds so i can play with my grandkids. so i can celebrate 50. when i was 14, they saved my heart so i could bring family together.
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so i can serve my country. so i can do what i love. so i can give back. so i can play in the junior olympics. so i can make plays. so i can do this. so i can race my friends. children's national didn't just help us grow up, they helped us grow up stronger. tonight, country stars come together. >> you kind of hug a little longer now. >> jason aldean's show stopping performance honoring the victims and. what advice you are ban gave luke on judging. two months after
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from chris pratt, what about her new man. >> ben's best friend. the story line his puppy love. demi lovato admits there's a struggle she's deals with daily. meghan markel meets the queen? this is the first interview, it's "e.t." >> at home with gleb, his newborn baby and his 6-year-old daughter. >> what did you think when she was first born? >> she was looking like a little cucumber. >> this is "entertainment tonight." >> the country artists came together. >> they paid tribute to the victims of the many events this year. one of big performances of the night, jason aldean, who was on stage when the deadly shots rang out in vegas. >> jason already has responded with dignity, care, and respect, and in some ways defia
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especially me. >> aldean received a standing ovation and closed the show with the late tom petty's rock anthem ♪ well, i won't back down ♪ no i won't back down >> it's like you kind of hug a little longer now. it puts a whole new level of perspective on everything going forward. ♪ >> the back street boys, who have a vegas residency sang florida georgia line's "holy." >> music is healing, you know, so we just got to keep at it, keep doing it, keep bringing people together. >> ♪ >> luke brian was introduced way lionel richie. luke bryan t
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doesn't feel like work. >> has he given you any words of wisdom? >> when he found it i was going to be a part, he sent me a text saying congrats. i'm enjoying it. i mean, we're putting in 10-, 12-hour days, and they fly by. >> he and his wife cuddled on the red carpet. >> i asked keith yesterday about working on new music in the studio. very excited to hear it. what do you think of what he is cooking up? >> i am dancing around the living room to it already. i am like, put it out. >> you are ready for the album b to be out. >> nicole posted a photo of her in her gown saying, off to support by husband. >> gwyneth paltrow's mother is standing up for her in the wake
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struggle. alyssa milano is revealing she too is a victim. >> i have been harassed so many times i can't count. i have been assaulted. >> without naming names, alyssa told "gma" she's faced harassment and worse. >> we are not going to put up with this anymore >> alyssa re-ignited the "me too" hashtag amid rape allegations. more than 1.5 million tweets and counting followed, many from stars. >> today on "ellen," degeneres voiced her support. >> hell hath no fury like a woman with a twitter account. >> now, gwyneth paltrow's ma'am is weighing in. after her daughter detailed harrasment by harvey weinstein to "the new york times," but then a writer for that paper criticized paltrow for coui
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former miramax founder on projects, including "shakespeare in love." maureen dowd wrote that the actress who won an oscar for that role, quote, put aside her qualms to become the first lady of miramax. now in a leader to the editor of the "times", blythe danner in a letter to the editor of "the times," wrote, quote, i cannot remain silent while maureen dowd disparages my daughter. gwyneth continued to hold her own and insist that mr. weinstein treat her with respect. >> my mom said, laura, that was sexual assault. >> she labeled the unwanted advance assault. >> that was assault. you realize how we have justified and condoned behavior as though it's the norm. >> back to the "me too" movement. it began in 2006 after launched to aid sexual assault survivors in
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>> nischelle turner is also wearing purple today. >> u-n-i-t-y. anna faris looks like she may be moving on from chris pratt. the newly surfaced photos show anna and michael enjoying a cocktail and checking out some games. an eyewitness tells "e.t." it was pretty casual. it wasn't guarded. it was friendly and a bit flirty. she was definitely happy. she met him on "overboard." who is he? a california native known for his work on "kiss kiss bang bang" and "ted," and "tall, dark, and handsome." this week, the couple dined at "modo mio" in the pacific palisades.
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>> her memoir includes the times married to chris. >> he can make a really bad situation good, or okay. >> they continue to be supportive parents by being close neighbors. a source tells us, quote, the houses are so close their son can walk back and forth from one house to the other when he switches off with his parents. sit wrong i'm industrial rooting for the two of them? well, from anna's new man to ben affleck and man's best friend. that's right, ben's got puppy love. he fell in love with the adorable stray a month ago and he's now a member of the affleck clan. just like ben, his four-legged fan also has that salt and pepper thing going on. yesterday, ben fwrougt
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e-meeting in hollywood. his girlfriend also tagged along. our source says the father of three is focused on staying healthy and is quote, happy and enjoying his time with lindsay. meenl while, his exjennifer garner stepped out in new york. she rocked a michael kors gown. almost $8,000. that kept the actress from making the quick event. after that event, she traded in the heels for a good pair of comfy kicks. >> it's a woman's prerogative. >> all right, how about trading in hollywood for a big old palace? prince harry and meghan markel have everyone on
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watch. royal sources tell "e.t." there's no question an engagement will happen. it's a matter of when. last wednesday, prince harry reportedly brought meghan to a tea party with the queen. >> escorted to the queen's private living room within buckingham palace and hosted. certainly it's getting everyone excited. >> the 36-year-old told producers she will not be returning for season eight. fuelling further rumors of an imminent ebb engagement. >> if she did meet the queen, that speaks to a much bigger level of intimacy between them of having that one-on-one time. >> as for when a wedding takes place, it wouldn't happen until after the birth oth
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baby. >> i think this is a done deal. they just have to schedule it. >> that's because you're a meghan fan. >> you better believe it. >> up next, jason alexandria's return to tv. what is he saying about a sign feld reunion? >> a movie reunion 17 years after nurse betty. plus, demi lovato's documentary confession. does she want to get back with her scene of the accident. >> i still love him. >> first, josh bro lynn and his wife celebrated their one-year anniversary. >> so, i love your instagram. >> oh, you do? you love how inappropriate it is? >> i love that you celebrate your love. that's what i like. >> you go through enough relationships where you are like trying to figure it out. why am i so confused? and then suddenly you are not confused. it is something to celebrate. >> josh got ripped for his new
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firefighters who risked their lives battling a raging arizona wildifre. co-star miles teller arrived at the film's l.a. premiere with his fiance, model keleigh sperry. over the summer, miles proposed on safari in africa. are you going to be a groomzilla in any type of way? >> i said, you can do all the stuff. i don't care what color the cake is, whatever, the spoons - i'm planning the party though for sure.
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"e.t." was with tom hanks as he celebrated the release of his
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i'm ready to buy a tiger magazine now. >> whose poster did you have on your wall. >> >> bryan austin green all day every day. >> since we're talking '90s, jason alexander of "seinfeld" fame is back on tv. but will he ever get back with jerry and the gang? that is the question. etonline's leanne aguilera found out. >> we had a pact, you know. >> any chances that we could get any kind of "seinfeld" reunion >> i think we're all sure that you're anticipation of it and what you think it would be might be better than what we actually come up with. all we would do is not live up to somebody's expectations. >> all right, that's enough. >> yeah! >> even like get back together for a special or -- >> why? >> why not? we love this show. >> yeah. and maybe it's nice that you continue to love it instead of us tampering with something that went pretty well. >> get out! >> so while "seinfeld" the
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series is stayin' in the '90s, jason alexander is hitting the road with a dysfunctional family of musicians on a new show for the audience network. ♪ god bless america's family band ♪ >> trying to fill a niche that has been vacated by probably the osmonds and the partridges of wholesome, american family entertainment. they are so far from that in real life. >> jason plays both dad and band leader and is willing to do whatever it takes to make the swallow family famous. >> you call yourself america's finest family band. >> that's what we are selling. >> offering. >> how politically incorrect are we going to get on this show? >> it's a 10, and its creeping ever higher to 11. a family band, not a family show. that is correct. >> still ahead, demi lovato's ongoing
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>> food is the biggest challenge of my life. i don't want to say it controls my every thought, but it's something i'm always thinking about. >> she posted this then and now photo yesterday. >> i get en vie use of people that don't struggle with an eating disorder because i feel like my life would be so much easier. >> you get so much of this personal life through this film. was there anything you did say, no, that's disturbing. >> there wasn't much i said that i took off camera. there actually wasn't anything. i lay it all on the line. >> i was either craving drugs or on drugs. i was not easy to work with. >> she has been candid about her struggle with addiction before. revealing he wen t
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sober companions and once thought she was overdosing before eventually going back to rehabs. >> i wasn't ready to get sober. i was sneaking it on planes, in bathrooms. no one zblu demi touches on her relationship with her ex. >> i never loved anybody like i loved him. >> i want you to get back together. is that a possibility? >> you never know what's going happen. i don't know what's going to happen. >> i believe that cracked open. >> let's talk dancing with the stars now. a lot of people stun that gleb and sasha got eliminated. >> he's one of my favorite dancers and after seeing this story, he's kind of my favorite dad, too. etonline's lauren zima got an exclusive
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to meet his newest bundle of joy. >> hello! >> this is the first interview, and it's "e.t." i actually was on tour and when elena called me and she said, i'm about to give birth, i just jumped on a plane and flew. she gave birth in australia. it's 20 hours flight, so i was in the plane when she gave birth. so the moment i landed i just went straight into the hospital. i saw them. i saw this cute little baby. >> 2-month old zlata joins big sis, 6-year old olivia. >> what did you think when she was first born? >> she was looking like a little cucumber. >> a cucumber? >> it was so cute. >> what's it going to be like when they start dating? >> i don't want to think about that. >> the 34-year old pro and his wife met at a dance studio in moscow. she helps him choreograph his dances for the show and is also a judge on the russian series. >> what has been the secret to your relationship? >> i mean, we've danced together for more than 10 years, and we've been married more than 10 years, so we learn how to separate work and home. >> we do trust each other. like, you know, we've both been on the "dancing with the stars" in australia.
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seeing her man shirtless and playing up his sex appeal. >> i like it. so its like i'm so proud to have such a handsome and good looking man. >> fun fact -- gleb actually has his own line of underwear. and each year he releases a calendar. ♪ i really like it >> when he's taking these sexy pictures, do you give him feedback? >> yeah, exactly. i'm directing it actually, like, do this and do this, open up that, more and less, and put it down. like, yeah. >> that, my friends, is what we call a dad bod. fans can see more of gleb and his abs on the upcoming winter tour of "dancing with stars live." and when he has a day off, he'll of course fly home to be with his family. cashly here with a family reunion of sorts. >> of sorts. oscar winner renee zellweger and greg kinnear are together again. but i had to remind them about the first time they created movie magic together. now, you two, you worked togeth o
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which, my god, 17 years ago. >> ohh. >> oh, whoa. this is the slow motion portion of the interview, man. >> look who's here. >> how have you guys changed? let's be honest. >> well, we're clearly more mature. >> obviously. >> yes, yes. >> has renee changed at all since you knew her back then? >> careful. >> let it all fly out. >> uh, you know we had a -- we were laughing actually the other night just about that movie, because we had such a great time doing it. it was fun. >> it also earned renee a best actress golden globe in 2001. >> i had another dream last night. >> was it a good one, or was it about me? >> now greg and renee are playing a couple trying to save their marriage by befriending a homeless man -- played by djimon hounsou -- in the drama "same kind of different as me." and they're thrilled to be reunited. >> i have incredible respect for renee.
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was thrilled to work with her in this movie. >> it only made me
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before we go, we have seen is pictures of margot robbie transformed into this great olympic ice skater tonya harding. >> here's a sneak peek at" i, tonya," which is out december 8th. >> america. they want someone to love. they want someone to hate. the haters always say, tonya. tell the truth.
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devastating blow to score against the other. the only way that these get reset is if someone shows restraint or extends a hand to the other side in the name of that sacred sacrifice that mr. kelly was talking about today. >> mason: the backdrop, meanwhile, was different, but we just saw president bush express similar concerns about some of the same issues. >> well, general kelly at one point talked about the standards that have fallen away in america, the norms that have guided behavior. and what president bush was doing was essentially making the same case. his speech was a call to action. his argument was america had kind of gone off track. he said the health of the democratic spirit was at stake. overseas, this meant, according to president bush, that america needs to keep up its historical role promoting and fighting for common values overseas, and not to turn inward. at home, the president said, that those values need to be cultivated, too, through
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win-at-all-cost arguments, we will forget our common humanity. >> mason: an emotional day in washington. john dickerson. thank you very much, john. still ahead, important health news and harvey weinstein now faces a criminal investigation. that cough doesn't sound so good. take mucinex dm. i'll text you in 4 hours when your cough returns. one pill lasts 12 hours, so... looks like i'm good all night! why take 4-hour cough medicine? just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. let's end this.
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you can reduce the risk of an early death. that's according to a study out today from the american cancer society. dr. jon lapook says every step you take is one in the right direction. >> reporter: on a chilly morning in new jersey, the duke island park walking group is off to a brisk start. >> beautiful! >> reporter: 75-year-old bonnie berger, and her husband, larry, are right in the mix. they try to walk a little bit every single day. >> sometimes i laugh when people are chugging along, running by us, sweating, dripping, i'm going-- walk! walk! why are you killing yourself? >> reporter: she may have a point. in the study of nearly 140,000 older men and women, almost half of them reported walking as their only form of exercise. those who walked on average only an hour a week, less than half the recommended amount of exercise, had a 21% lower risk of premature death than those who did no exercise. and it wasn't power walking. the average mile in the study group to 2
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dr. alice cohen is an oncologist at the newark beth israel medical center. >> we start to see benefit by doing a little bit, which is an encouragement, because many people, particularly older people, it's hard for them to start a new exercise program that's aggressive. i will counsel my patients that they should do walking 30 minutes at least three times a week. i think with this study now, we can show them it does appear to make a difference. >> reporter: bottom line-- the best exercise is the one you actually do. so what's easier or cheaper than simply going out for a stroll? anthony. >> mason: walk! why are you killing yourself? dr. jon lapook, thanks. up next, the widening investigation of harvey weinstein. le
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>> mason: we end tonight in jackson, mississippi, with a lesson in civics taught by students who wanted historic change. here's omar villafranca. >> reporter: the davis magnet ho
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jackson public school district. it's one of the best-performing public elementary schools in the state of mississippi. but for some parents, like ercilla hendrix, there was still one problem: >> the name. >> reporter: jefferson davis. >> jefferson davis magnet school. >> reporter: that's because 98% of the students here are african american. ty did his homework on his school's namesake. do you know who jefferson davis is? >> the president of the confederacy. >> reporter: what else do you know about him? >> that he wanted slaves. >> reporter: ty's older sister, farah, who also went to davis, wrote a letter and started a campaign. it worked. how did you react when you found out they were going to change the name of the school? >> i was really excited about it, to hear that there was going to be a change. it was like a dream come true to me. >> reporter: this month, the school board let parents decide on a new name, and p.t.a. prid
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the littlest voices cast the biggest vote. >> it was overwhelmingly there was support from the parents and the student vote, you know, for president obama. >> reporter: starting next year, the jefferson davis magnet school will become the barack obama magnate school. at least 109 public schools across the country still bear the names of rebel leaders like robert e. lee and jefferson davis. almost a quarter of those schools have a majority of african american students. so when people ask you what elementary school you went to, what name are you going to say? >> i'm going to say i went to barack obama elementary school. >> reporter: a name these students and parents say they can all be proud of. omar villafranca, cbs news, jackson, mississippi. that's the 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. i'm anthony mason. thanks for watching.
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hi everyone and welcome to the overnight news. donald trump has faced harsh criticism for his handling of the deaths of four u.s. soldiers in niger. yesterday chief of staff former marine general kelly strolled into the white house press room to defend the president. >> and he said to me, "what do i say?" i said to him, "sir, there's nothing you can do to lighten the burden on these families." but let me tell you what i tell them. he was doing exactly what he wanted to do when he was killed. he knew what he was getting into by joining the-- that 1%. he knew what the possibilities
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and when he died, in the four cases we're talking about in niger, and in my son's case in afghanistan-- when he died, he was surrounded by best men on this earth-- his friends. that's what the president tried to say to a-- to four families the other day. i was stunned, when i came to work yesterday morning, and broken-hearted at what i saw a member of congress doing. a member of congress who listened in on a phone call from the president of the united states to a young wife. and in his way, tried to express that opinion that he's a brave man, a fallen hero. he knew what he was getting himself into because he enlisted. er
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he enlisted. and he was where he wanted to be, exactly where he wanted to be with exactly the people he wanted to be with, when his life was taken. that was the message. that was the message that was transmitted. >> nancy cordes has more. >> the four u.s. soldiers were ambushed just over two weeks ago by 50 isis connected fighters >> our thoughts and prayers are with. >> reporter: but for 12 days, the president himself said nothing about the deaths-- no tweets, no statements-- until he was asked about his silence at a rose garden press conference on monday. >> i'm going to be calling them. i want a little time to pass. i'm going to be calling them. >> reporter: but then, he made this explosive claim about his predecessors: >> the traditional way, if you look at president obama and other presidents, most of them didn't make calls, a lot of them didn't make calls. >> reporter: the comment drew instant fury from top obama officials. one said, stop the damn lying." another called him "a deranged animal." but the president wouldn't back
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of staff as proof. kelly's son, second, secretary kelly's son, second lieutenant robert kelly, was killed in afghanistan in 2010. >> you could ask general kelly, did he get a call from obama? you could ask other people. i don't know what obama's policy was. i write letters, and i also call. >> reporter: on tuesday, president trump did call la david johnson's widow as she was riding to miami airport to retrieve her husband's body. democratic congresswoman frederica wilson happened to be in the car. >> he never said the word "hero." he said to the wife, "well, i guess he knew what he was getting into." how insensitive can you be? >> reporter: she said his tone made johnson's widow cry. president trump said wilson was making it up. >> didn't say what that congresswoman said. didn't say it at all. she knows it. >> reporter: but the fallen soldier's mother told "the washington post" he did say it, and wilson said five other people were in the car, too.
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>> i don't have time to go back and forth with the president. i have work to do. he has work to do, too. so he needs to do it, like i'm doing mine. it was nine years ago that former president george w. bush left office and during that time has refeigned from speaking out against congress or the white house. well, those days are apparently over. >> bigotry seemed more em boldened. our politics seems more vulnerable to conspiracy theories, and outright fabrication. >> reporter: today, the 43rd president made no mention of the 45th, but his focus was clear. >> we've seen our discurse degraded by casual cruelty. at times it can seem like the forces pulling us apart are stronger than the forces binding us together. >> reporter: he suggested that an america first mindset is distorting our democracy. >> we've seen nationalism distorted into nativism, forgotten the dynamism that immigration has always brought
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>> reporter: there was no specific reference to president trump's mantra. >> that was fake news. >> reporter: but president bush pointedly called on journalists to uphold their integrity for the sake of the republic. >> a democracy needs a media that is transparent, accurate, and fair. >> reporter: a similar call to arms was made by another senior republican earlier this week, senator john mccain. >> for the sake of some half-baked, spurious nationalism, cooked up by people who would rather find scapegoats than solve problems. >> reporter: today, former president barack obama also spoke out. >> the world counts on america having its act together. >> reporter: appearing at a democratic rally in new jersey, he urged young voters to fight back. >> we are rejecting a politics of division.
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fear. that we are embracing a politics that says everybody counts. >> reporter: president bush said he believes the american spirit will ultimately prevail. >> the american spirit does not say, "we shall manage." or "we shall make the best of it." it says, "we shall overcome," and that is exactly what we're going to do. two weeks after a special forces team was ambushed in niger there are more questions than answers about the battle. david martin has the latest. >> after the bodies of three american soldiers had been brought out, pentagon officials believed sergeant la david johnson was still alive somewhere on the battlefield. for several hours, they tracked a locator beacon which then became intermittent and finally faded out. by the time they found him two days later, he was dead, raising the awful possibility an american soldier had been left behind. a possibility which the pentagon's lieutenant general kenneth mckenzie flatly
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that from the moment of contact, no one was left behind, either u.s., our partner, nigerian forces, or french forces, were on the ground actively searching for the soldiers. >> reporter: according to defense secretary mattis, the first reinforcements to arrive were french aircraft, starting about 30 minutes after the ambush was reported. >> the french response included fighter aircraft-- armed fighter aircraft, armed helicopter gunships, medevac helos that lifted out our wounded. >> reporter: but the first american aircraft to arrive was an unarmed helicopter operated by a u.s. contractor who had been hired to provide support to the 1,000 american troops operating across a country the size of texas. >> we did have a contract aircraft that lifted out our killed in action. >> reporter: one question for which there is no answer yet is whether warning signs an ambush was in the works were missed. pentagon officials say an american reconnaissance aircraft was in the air, but it was not watching over the patrol until
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it was called in after the ambush started. david martin, cbs news, the pentagon. the "cbs overnight news" will be right back. oh eat it! lysol kills 99.9% of bacteria on soft and hard surfaces. one more way you've got what it takes to protect. i had this chest cold, but my medicine kept wearing off. (coughah! i missed you! then i discovered mucinex. one pill lasts 12 hours,and i'm good.
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late night talk show host jimmy kimmel is coming under fire from conservative groups over his sometimes biting criticism over president trump. well kimmel said he has no intention of toning it down. >> do you love it hear? >> i do it's dirty and kind of gross but i do love it here. >> for jimmy kimmel, hollywood is home. >> the weather is beautiful. there's great restaurants here. there's a lot 20 do. what's not to like. >> i'm with you. >> i say as somebody goes through the garbage can. >> fans of his nightly show have been lining up here for the past 13 years. lately he's become more than just another face in the late
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>> here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ >> kimmel who turns 50 next month was always the loveable frat boy at 11:30 but like other late night hosts he put comedy on hold after the las vegas massacre. >> maybe i'm nuts but i'd like to think we can put politics aside. no american citizen needs an m-16 or ten of them. maybe that way we don't do this again. >> kimmel's call for gun control after the shooting was both praised and criticized. >> one saying who made jimmy kimmel the moral arbitar. >> i'm not you don't have to watch the show, don't have to listen to what i say. >> his monologues written before every show have drawn fire from critic who's bash him from everything to being wrong on gun control to being soft on harvey
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weinstein. >> it's a bit of a risk talking about that stuff. you might lose the audience. >> yeah i saw a study or poll or a combination of those two things like three years ago that i was equally liked by republicans and democrats and republican numbers went way down like 30% or whatever. as a talk show host that's not ideal but i would do is it again in a heart beat. >> you don't mind if republicans turn off your show. >> i don't say i don't mind. i want everyone with a television to watch the show but if they're so turned off by my opinion on health care and gun violence, then, i don't know, i probably won't want to have a conversation with them anyways. >> good riddance. >> well, not good riddance but riddance. >> truth is kimmel still marvels at the thought of anyone
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watching him on tv. nothing in jimmy kimmel's boyhood was as fascinating as late night tv, born in brooklyn and raised in las vegas he grew up in awe of david letterman his 18th birthday cake spelt out late night. so did his nevada license plates. >> when you discovered david letterman did that become a dream to become a late night host. >> never. i never imagined there would ever be another late night host. it never occurred to me that johnny carson and david letterman would go off the air, it never occurred me, i'm a little snow. >> he started on "win ben's money". >> he also helped to create a satire of crude male behavior called "the man show". >> and now the hosts of the man
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show adam carola and jimmy kimmel. >> it was a fun show, some people didn't understand we were joking so there were kind of two audiences for that show. the audience that was in on it and the audience that wasn't. >> and being angry that they weren't. >> we tried to make it like a lot of angry people were watching but something like 40% of our audience was female. >> what kind of a maniac wants this job? >> in 2003, abc offered him a talk show of his own. >> it seemed like a good idea at the time. i quickly realized it wasn't. >> what do you mean? >> six months it i prayed they would cancel it. it was overwin
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nobody wanted to be on the show. it was live from 9:00 to 10:00 every night i was depressed, nobody seemed to be watching the show. it was very unpleasant all the way around. >> he stuck it out and survived. in part on the strength of viral videos like the one where then girlfriend sarpa silverman many taunts him about sleeping with matt damon. by the way kimmel's feud with damon is one of the longest running gags in the show. >> i hacked into the system. >> so complete this sentence, matt damon and i are really -- >> -- enemies. matt damon and i have a complicated relationship. >> kimmel also has a sentimental side. he takes his show home to brooklyn every year. his idle david letterman stopped in in 2012.
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no. do you have e-mail. >> yes. >> yeah. >> and we got a color tv also. >> you think back on how long the odds were. >> but you did it. >> yeah i guess we did. yeah. >> and he doesn't done it all by himself. his two grown children from a previous marriage, kevin 24 and katie 26 have both appeared on their dad's shows. head writer became his bride in 2013 and their three-year-old daughter jane is almost a regular. >> you remember all of the candy we got. >> yeah. >> well daddy ate all of it. >> no. >> yeah. >> the show was all fun and games until this past april when his son billy was born with a heart defect. >> it was a scary story and before i go into it i want you to know it has a happy ending. >> his on air story about his son's fight for his life became
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a action for health care. >> if you're baby is going to die and doesn't have to, it shouldn't matter how much money you make. whether you're a republican or democrat or something else we all agree on that, right. >> what stays with you from the feedback you got? >> i think it's the other families. and, you know, a lot of people will tell you their stories, a heart operation is no joke, but families guys cancer and ongoing illnesses, and you know, that's what stays guys me. that's what stays with me. >> i know you learned a lot about health care through this. what did you learn about your own family, about molly? >> she was very weak through the whole thing. i was the strong one. i'm joking to make myself not
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it's when you really appreciate your family. and it's funny we weren't sure we wanted a second child, i have two older kids and we really love our daughter obviously but we definitely learned we wanted to have a baby. that became very, very clear at that moment. >> all right. >> not only are you our boss you're also our best friend! >> the pre-show chant with his writers are a running joke but the ratings are ticking up. he might be walking in the footsteps of giants but jimmy kimmel has found a way to stand out. >> you have this show, doing great, getting recognized, what next? >> there really is no next when you host a show like mine. >> this is it? >> yeah this is probably it. but i never feel like it. i feel like i snuck in and i do sometimes i'll, like, drive by a neighborho
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of business. jane pauly stopped in for a look around. >> at the elwood hardware store in wooster, massachusetts, the hellos come quick. the so longs take some time. >> thanks again, friend. >> i appreciate it. >> and while going out of business signs are nothing new, there's something different about this brick and mortar shop's closing. >> just coming in to get some items, say good-bye. >> he's been around 30 years, a drop in the bucket for a place that's been around since 1972 before george was president. it's the oldest continuous hardware store in america an
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october 20th it's shutting its doors for good. >> thanks for the business over the years. >> definitely is a sad day in wooster when we have to see a store with this heritage close. >> danny walder was the first propriety follow bid henry w miller and elwood adams took over in 1886. his son in 1947. >> thank you friend. >> it's like cheers without the beer. >> thanks dave. >> everyone knows their names. >> see you friend. >> thank you. >> fran neil has been store manager for 42 years. >> it's all about the relationships we made over the years. we made a lot of gd
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we know about our customers and they know a little bit about us. >> mark lanen the assistant manager a new by started a mere 35 years ago. >> that will be for bringing up palettes of merchandise to bring up to the floors. >> you can find a lot in a hardware store but for the guys one request stands out. >> the strangest one i ever had a woman wanted a pole installed in her house, she was a stripper and wanted to practice at home. we had the pole but we did not install it. >> what began during the revolutionary war will end because of another revolution, says city manager ed augustus. >> i think amazon one of the bigger box stores are too much to compete against. it's a real point of pride having the oldest store in america here on our main street. something we've all been proud of and we're going to miss. >> from centuries to a matter of days, elwood adams soon be history. >> take care. >> and people saying hi to familiar faces, and good-bye to a way of life. >> it's a beautiful store. so
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