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and, we hit about 95 going down 539 trying to catch the guy. >> filmed by johnny langendorf, the man williford flagged down. >> i don't know. you thank you so much. >> today as investigators wrapped up forensic work at the site of the massacre, church officials said they're kidding knocking down the bullet ridden building and replacing it with a memorial garden. >> we put two patients in each ambulance. >> ems director helped treat the wounded inside the church. >> based on what you saw was there any indication the shooter gave anybody any mercy? >> no. his methodology was meticulous and calculated. and total. so, no. i de don't believe he didn't want anybody to survive. >> investigators hatch returned the property to church leaders. they have made some repairs. erected this chain link fence and shrouded it in black until the congregation can decide to on what to do with
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will be held a block away, at a nearby community center. >>
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>> announcer: this the cbs "overnight news." the north side of puerto rico including the capital san juan was republican lked back into darkness today, when a major power line shut down. the set back comes as fema is offering to fly thousand of storm victims to the u.s. mainland. here is david begnaud. >> six weeks after hurricane maria hit, 2200 people are still living in shelters. >> it is very sad. seeing the way it is hopeless. >> 74-year-old elsie ortiz sleeping on a cot in a gym for 41 days. >> it is hard. pwe make the best of it. aven everybody more or
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everybody gives them a hand. you know? >> the destruction is so vast, fema cannot find enough temporary housing or hotels on the island, so the only option is to organize an air lift. and fly people to the mainland. >> we have never done an air bridge before. >> fooema's top officer. they aren't getting a lot of takers for the air lift. >> going out and doing, interviews in the shelters. that where people are still are. to see if they have an interest. so far we are seeing very low, low level of interest to take advantage thought of program. >> i don't think they're listening. >> but the florida congressman says his office has been overwhelmed with calls for people looking for help. some 140,000 puerto ricans have already fled on their own to florida. >> obviously there is an interest. to not have a mass exodus from the island. the economy down there. we're sensitive to that. these are american citizens. they should be able to travel freely. >>
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to quit her job today. sign up for the air lift. >> i deserve something better. >> the offer fema its a round-trip ticket. to florida or new york. hotel stay of 45 days. fema will not pay food transportation once an evacuee gets to the hotel. one reason a lot of them are reluctant to go. anthony. >> david begnaud in san juan. >> house committee investigating russian meddling in the presidential election heard quite a story this week from president trump's former bodyguard. he semz ems to suggest russian e have tried to blackmail mr. trump. here is jeff pegues. >> in 2013, president trump's miss universe pageant in moscow. mr. trump was there too along with long time bodyguard, keith schiller. this week, schiller told members of the house
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an offer was made to send five women to trump's hotel room at ritz-carlton. according to a source, schiller told the committee he didn't take the offer seriously but did mention it to mr. trump. the intelligence committee is investigating allegations made in a 35 page dossier compiled last year by a former british spy. made the unsubstantiated claim, the kremlin had compromising information mr. trump and salacious details about his trip to moscow. >> age old tactic. russians using it for as long as they have been spies. >> airing o'neal a former fbi operative. >> not surprised at all that the russians would have gone after someone like mr. trump at the time to gather that compromising information. he is a well known figure. some one engaged in politics some one who has many deals in russia. >> an attorney for schiller who worked at the white house until september had n
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the hillary clinton campaign and the democratic national committee, admitted to paying the research firm that compiled that dossi rechlt. anthony. >> jeff pegues. thank you. >> in china, the president turned on the charm with president xi ping. in the past mr. trump accused the chinese of unfair trade practices. today was different. as the he seeks china's help in reining in north korea. margaret brennan is traveling with the president. >> a grand welcome to beijing for president trump. as he lavished praise on his host, china's leader, xi ping. >> my feeling towards you is an incredibly warm one as we said there is great chemistry. >> president xi was not as complimentary. but did say that the u.s. and china, the world's two largest economies, need not be rivals. right now china sells the u.s.
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$300 billion more in goods than the u.s. sells china. president trump blamed past american presidents for the deficit. >> but, i don't blame china. after all, who can blame a country for being able to take advantage of another country for the benefit of its citizens. i give china great credit. >> during the campaign. candidate trump struck a different tone. >> we can't continue to allow china to rape our country. that's what they're doing. >> the two leaders did not iron out differences on what mr. trump called unfair trade practices. but did eversee the signing of $200 billion in potential business deals. >> you are going to help us a lot with the menace of north korea. >> on north korea, the president prodded xi to act faster and cut off any financial aid to pyongyang. >> i am calling on china and your great president to hopefully work on it very hard. >> secretary of state rex
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see eye to eye on the threat posed by north korea, but have different views on the timing, tactics and pressure to apply to it. tomorrow, president trump flies to vietnam where he its expected to hold at least a brief meeting with vladamir putin. anthony. >> margaret brennan in beijing. coming up next on the cbs "overnight news." the rand paul mystery was it really about landscaping? toothpaste is not cutting it. early g time for whitestrips! whitening toothpaste only works on the surface. but crest 3d white whitestrips safely work below the enamel... ...surface to whiten 25x better than a leading whitening... ...toothpaste. hey, nice smile! thanks, i crushed the tissue test. yeah you did! crest whitestrips. healthy, beautiful smiles for life. 'tis the season to buy one get one free. that was just a'ight for me. yo, checi mean,t dawg. you got the walk. you got the stance.. but i wasn't really feeling it. you know what, i'm not buying this.
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kentucky senator rand paul likely won't be mending fences with his neighbor any time soon. the two men, both doctors, had an altercation last week. the senator suffered serious injuries. the neighbor, faced a judge today. here is dean reynold. rene -- >> retired doctor wore a light blue suit and calm expression in court pleading not guilty to misdemeanor that could land him in jail for a year. he said two word. >> yes, sir. >> 59-year-old lived next door to paul for 17 years, but the two hadn't spoken to each other for a long time. until last friday that is when a curious incident took place near this stand of trees between their homes. paul's sauoffice said he was blindsided while mowing his lawn in a violent attack buy a disturbed person. a reference to bouchet. >> i think blindsided is a very
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>> does your client acknowledge touching the senator? >> yes. >> in a violent fashion? >> i'm not going to go that far. >> initially the police said paul had minor injuries. now almost a week later he says he has six broken ribs. neighbor alicia st if ver saw him right after whatever it was that happened. >> he was having trouble breathing, talking. he had lacerations on his face. >> neighbor jim scaggs relate what he heard. >> he just ran and hit paul from the rear. and, then i don't know whether he pounded him or what he did. i think he just, broke. >> while paul is very conservative and bouchet is liberal. friend say politics was not the cause. it was trivial they say. it was about lawn maintenance. >>humdrum dispute lasted years.
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very smart people could let a blade or grass, or twig, or politics cause a harmful bodily injury like this. >> reporter: it is so beyond comprehension that almost nobody in town believes it. for now though, we are told the senator has the retained a personal injury lawyer. while the doctor is due back here in court, for a pretrial conference, at the end of the month. anthony. >> dean reynolds on whatever it was that happened with senator paul. coming up. when a gunman fired on members of congress. that they responded with bravery. sometimes a cough gets in the way of a good night's sleep.
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the most powerful storm in puerto rico in 80 years. david begnaud is in san juan. two weeks before a big nation that holiday, a 10-year-old is teaching us about the importance of giving thanks. mark strassmann introduces us. >> thank you. >> lots of people make jokes about cops and donuts. tyler
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mission. he stopped in houston with his mother, sheena, part of a ten day road trip for his tenth birthday. thank cops with free donuts. >> thank you, buddy. thank you. >> tyler got the idea back home in florida. he saw four cops in a store. used his allowance to buy them donuts. >> makes me happy. >> because. >> because i get to thank the person that kept my family and friend safe. >> how many police office efrz do you want to buy donuts for. >> every single one in america. >> of every single cop in america. >> by our count that's 900,000 cops. tyler has visited 24 states in 14 months. in las vegas, he thanked cops and first responders for their heroism. after last month's massacre at the mandalay bay. >> i brought you donuts. >> in albuquerque, cops sang his praises. >> happy birthday, dear
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>> mom, am i allowed to have coffee after this. >> tyler's mother caught him to think big. so far, he has handed out, $34,000 donuts. >> keep it up. >> breathe good into the world. speak good into the world. do good in the world does come back to you. >> he forced you to walk the walk. >> exactly. get to go and see grown men and will women. tear up. come to me. you have no idea. >> ask houston police officer. >> just seeing the little boy give so much support and love. aesome. >> ooh. >> tyler wants to be a cop himself one day. and then, just, maybe, maybe, a perfect stranger will buy him a donut. mark strassmann, cbs news, houston. that's the "overnight news" for this friday. november 10th. for some of you the news continues. for others check back a little later for the morning news, and, cbs this morning. i am anthony mason in new york.
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this the cbs overnight news. hi, welcome to the "overnight news." i'm demarco morgan. top senate republicans say they're troubled about sexual misconduct accusations leveled against roy moore, the gop fire brand seeking alabama's open senate seat. nancy cordes on capitol hill. >> we are all cat
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image of god. >> four women told the washington pest that moore pursued intimate relationships with them when they were teenagers. she says she was 14 and moore was a 32-year-old assistant district attorney. when he befriended her outside of custody hearing in 1979. she says he asked her for her phone number. picked her up in his car. and kissed her. on a second visit it. he took off her shirt and pants and removed his clothes. he touched her and guided her to touch him over his underwear. i wanted it over with. i wanted out. >> abortion, sodomy, sexual perversion, sweep our land. >> republican leaders were already keeping their distance from moore. who has suggested that muslims should not serve in congress. and that 9/11 may have been god's punishment. moore calls the new allegations, completely false. and has even begun fund-raising off the news.
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urging god fearing conservatives to fight back against the forces of evil by chipping in a donation. >> it its a devastating nasty story. >> but even his fellow alabama republicans refused to stand by him. including, luther strange, who lost to moore in september's primary, despite the backing of president trump. >> it is very, very disturbing what i read about. >> accusations made against a big name in entertainment. comedian louis c.k. find himself in a harsh spotlight. funny. >> rep
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about louis ck anything but funny. after a come deshow in 2002, comedy duo, julia and tell "the new york times," he asked if he could take out his penis while two were in his hotel room. they say they thought it was was a joke and laughed it off. then they say he really did it. and in 2003, abby schachner invited louis ck to one of the comedy shows. during the phone conversation she claims she could hear him masturbating as they spoke. >> rebecca corry says while taping a pilot, louis c.k. asked if he could masturbate in front of her. she declined. the comedian told out madison square garden numerous times and made women's rights. >> how do women go out with guys when you kid the fact that there its no greater threat to women than men. >> ashley cullins staff writer. >> the louis c.k. thing we saw coming a little bit. there had been hinlts. preemptively canceled the premiere of his movie all before the story broke. >> a film written by louis c.k., called i love you daddy, about a father who tries to prevent his
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relationship with a 68-year-old filmmaker was to premiere in new york tonight. a representative from the distributor of the film tells cbs news in light of the allegations they canceled tonight's premiere and are continuing to review the situation. a not guilty plea from the neighbor accused of attacking rand paul. >> retired doctor wore a light blue suit and calm expression in court pleading not guilty to misdemeanor that could land him in jail for a year. he said two word. >> yes, sir. >> 59-year-old lived next door to paul for 17 years, but the two hadn't spoken to each other for a long time. until last friday that is when a curious incident took place near this stand of trees between their homes. paul's office said he was blindsided while mowing his lawn
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in a violent attack buy a disturbed person. a reference to bouchet. >> i think blindsided is a very unfair characterization. >> does your client acknowledge touching the senator? >> yes. >> in a violent fashion? >> i'm not going to go that far. >> initially the police said paul had minor injuries. now almost a week later he says he has six broken ribs. neighbor alicia st if ver saw him right after whatever it was that happened. >> he was having trouble breathing, talking. he had lacerations on his face. >> neighbor jim scaggs relate what he heard. >> he just ran and hit paul from the rear. and, then i don't know whether he pounded him or what he did. i think he just, broke. >> while paul is very conservative and bouchet is liberal. friend say politics was not the cause.
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it was trivial they say. it was about lawn maintenance. a humdrum dispute lasted years. >> just beyond comprehension two very smart people could let a blade or grass, or twig, or politics cause a harmful bodily injury like this. >> reporter: it is so beyond comprehension that almost nobody in town believes it. for now though, we are told the senator has the retained a personal injury lawyer. while the doctor is due back here in court, for a pretrial conference, at the end of the month. seven weekds weeks after hurricane marie yeah, fema is coming to the rescue of those in shelters. this time offering to fly them off to the u.s. mainland. >> reporter: elsy ortiz's home was
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>> she too has been here a little over a month. she has been approached by fema with a chance to make her way to fort lauder day. while her home is being repaired. >> they'll pay for you to come back. >> yes, going and coming. and 15 days in hotel. but after that, everything else is on me. >> in most disasters, fema will pay for hotel rooms for long term displayed victim thousands. but there aren't enough hotels on the island. prompting fema to come up with a solution. the federal coordinating officer on the island. >> we have never done an air bridge before. >> fema's top officer. they aren't getting a lot of takers for the air lift. >> going out and doing, interviews in the shelters. that where people are still are. to see if they have an interest. so far we are seeing very low, low level of interest to take advantage thought of program. at the shelter for three we
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cbs's jim nants and tony romo are enjoying themselves in the booth. >> little game of hide-and-seek. count to ten. come find me. got to give this major style points. >> nantz is a broadcast legend. romo a rookie. the new team for the nfl on cbs. norah o'donnell of cbs this morning met up with them for their first interview of the season. >> this is my position for, for calling the game. i just, happen to be here today. >> just happened to be on the 50 yard line. >> right on the
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>> 49 and a half. pretty close. >> from high above on the 50 yard line. jim nantz may have the best view in football. this season, after nearly 30 years of calling nfl games for cbs, he welcome a rookie broadcaster. >> tony romo. welcome. >> it is an honor to be here. >> how is he doing so far? >> a star. just love the guy. i am so excited for, for, what this season has brought. for the football fans. for cbs. and, look, we spent a lot of time this summer getting ready for it. the hall of fame game in canton, ohio. cbs built a stand that was, like far removed from the end zone. somebody said looked like a deer stand. >> this was the lengths we want to be prepared for the season. it was going on. i knew there was something special. >> reporter: something special indeed. as the the pair does clicking in the booth. >> there is rick to
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lovato's husband. >> romo earned a reputation for calling plays before they occurred on the field. >> $5. run to the left. >> how it you are clairvoyant on the field? ha-ha-ha. >> a little overrated. >> does he have a gleb back or something. what is it? >> pick might lottery numbers recently. woo have been close. >> where the quarterback is going to roll right and launch the ball out of bound. going to look weird. >> rolling right. launching out of bounds. and, tony stealing the signals. >> reality. 130 plays in the game. he is probably now. down to two maybe a game. >> two a game. off awe tell me what you see. >> feel like i see a lot. condense it. simplify it, for people watching. so i see -- a front. a coverage. the philosophy of the coach coming into the game. what he wanted to do defensive low
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think the certain thing. lot is the history of what you learned. and you feel and you know. that's look what, what would you want to know. what would be exciting for new that you could learn. or be, be that would take you into, hopefully, vignettes. which is a word i never heard of. but i learned it now. >> not vinaigrette. >> why do we have to eat salad? >> not the only one reading the tea leaves for cbs sports. ♪ traits tracy wolfson looks for trend from the side lines. >> running up and down the field. >> i wear like an apple watch. i always check to see how much i am running. get about 15,000 steps. >> a reporter right on the side lines. you get to hear everything. >> you do. you know what else, you really get to take the pulse of a team. i can tell, when a team, you know, is having success. or will have kind of a good year or good future ahead of them. you can sense the
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>> do you just have it or something you work on? >> we have it, i think. for me, i had it day one, jim nantz. loves sport all the same sports i do. at the highest level. we can talk about things, into the, wee hours of the night. >> i have known tony a long time. admired him for a long time. we have been friend. and we do have so many things that we share in common. even believe it or not, we have kids the same age. so i knew that was going to be something we have to go work on. chemistry. you know it was there. >> sunday. cowboy fans celebrated tony romo's return. the standing occasion. their one time quarterback continues in this the first season with a new team. >> wasn't prepared. that was emotional. >> make the choice to go from football. into the booth. you hope you got to go and be in the first
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not usually reality. ♪ ♪ >> we went into the season. not, not, overconfident. not arrogant. feeling like we are just starting something that, partner sthp that could be special. we hope, we feel is going to be there for a long time. that was norah o'donnell of cbs this morning. week ten of the nfl continues sunday. right here on cbs. coverage starts at 11:00 central. 9:00 pacific. with the nfl today. the cbs "overnight news" will be right back.
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con stecert to benefit victims the mass shooting. the front man has opened up about his deep personal struggle with depression. cbs sunday morning's lee cowen met imagine dragons on tour. ♪ i'm waking they are one of the biggest rock acts of the decade. imagine dragons practically a household name admittedly unique name that almost wasn't. i remember a year into the band. we had a discussion changing the name of the band. >> i do remember that. >> manager is like, guys. you don't want to change the name. the name is amazing. >> did you have an option in mind? >> no. >> the name stuck, and so did their sound. ♪ front man, surround himself with
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band mates hail from berkeley college of music where they play jazz before they hit the road with reynolds whose idea of a rock band was a bit different. >> i'm so burned out on the whole theme of rock 'n' roll equals drugs. the rest i can, i can go with. you can complete the equation. rock 'n' roll equals, just sex, i guess. ♪ my kingdom come >> good music, good fans followed. the bright lights of success had a dark side too. ♪ ♪ look into my eyes ♪ ♪ it's where my demons hide ♪ >> we went pretty hard. it was years on the road. not seeing families, not seeing friend. just sort of disconnecting from reality. >> for reynolds it was a dangerous combination. >> when i am happy, very happy. when i am low, so low. they have had to deal with that for years and years. he suffered from depression most is
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usually silent. but not this time. reynolds needed time away, they all did. and so at the height of their success, imagine dragons took a year off. when hey all returned to the studio, the result was evolved, their third album. ♪ ♪ you build me up build me up believe it ♪ >> the first single. believer, attacks depression head on. >> it is about, finally, finding gratitude in my flaws. in my weakness. it is finally given me freedom. it's made me a believer in myself. ♪ pain ♪ ♪ you make me a believer believer ♪ >> does it feel like like a little bit of a relief in a way sni ? is it freeing to be able to write about? >> the most cathartic experience, you know, written hundreds and thun dreads hundre. most of them terrible. my way of ex-pre
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now to be able to be doing it in a way that is honest, raw, vulnerable and share it some times with what could be millions of people find comfort in that rather than fear. >> the importance of dealing with his depression made all the more clear when sound garden's, and linkin park singer committed suicide this year. >> you could still be poetic. it's important to be vulnerable and raw. >> do you feel responsibility stew do that with your fans? >> i do the tie do. >> i don't ever want to let you down. no. >> part of his depression stemmed from a crisis of faith. reynold was born into a large mormon family. and while he is now happily married to his wife and fellow musician, the church's doctrine against gay marriage tore him apart. >> lgbtq youth not accepted in their home or community are eight times more likely to ak commit suicide. three times more like for drug
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glaring problem. >> of acceptance, yes. >> he took his argue toomt uh the doorstep. organizing a festival aimed at sparking conversation between the church and lgbtq, and called it love loud. >> most important stage i have ever walked on. >> the part of love live, this issen collusive for everyone. not attacking an organization. not attack the mormon church. we want to start dialogue about something everyone can agree on. which is that, these statistics need to change. >> it was a sellout crowd. the mormon church issued a statement applauding the festival. >> whatever it takes. because i love the adrenaline in eye veins. >> yes, a rock star by any manner. you look at reynolds instagram these days. more about family, than fame. >> hey, dad. i love you. you're so cool. i really love the dad i got. >> come on, let's hear it. >> having almost lost his
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reynolds isn't sleigh dragons any more, he is imagining just how high dragons can fly. ♪ ♪ >> i have three daughters. and, what i want to leave behind for them is, not hey dad wrote these songs. i need my little grlz to know that, i stood for my truth. ♪ ♪ i'm on top of the world. >> lee cowen, los angeles. there is more "overnight news" straight ahead.
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note even the former commander-in-chief is exempt from jury duty. a large crowd gathered hoping to catch a glimpse of former president barack obama as he walked through court in his hometown. mr. obama is the the highest ranking former public official to be called to jury duty in chicago. adriana diaz was there. >> reporter: the last time you had jury duty chances are a chopper didn't capture your commute. anyo
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walter palmer didn't show up atheir summons like golden tickets. >> an important duty. if he is going to show up. we all have to show up. >> upstairs even nonjurors showed up. cell phones drawn. >> there he is. >> did you lay eyes on him? >> yeah. >> what did that moment feel like? >> oh, god, he is gorgeous. >> thank you, sir. >> minutes. images from inside hit social media. >> good to see you. >> he shook hands. signed books. >> it is really amazing that -- that here in this situation, i'm his equal. i can't believe that i live in a place where that's true. >> perhaps the jury room its the ultimate equalizer. just like everybody else, oprah got wanded down when she was on the jury for a chicago murder in 2004. in 2015, former president george w. bush, displayed his civic camaraderie in dallas though he wasn't pecked for the jury.
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donald trump, rolled into jury duty in style. >> great process. the only way to do it. you have to do it. >> president trump wasn't selected either. neath was president obama. but cook county chief judge, tim evans hopes his willingness to serve helps rebrand jury duty. >> do you the hope the buzz and excitement around jury duty will now lasts, after he left? >> i do hope it lasts. i hope it is multiplied. >> reporter: mr. obama was able to take the private judge's elevator to get upstairs. not spared the 20 minute instructional on how to bea good jury our. paid $17.20 for showing up which he says he plans to donate become to the county. >> adriana diaz reporting. that's the "overnight news" for this friday november 10. for some the news continues. for others check back later for the morning news and of course, cbs this morning. from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm demarco
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the list grows. comedian louis c.k. accused of sexual misconduct. a key senate candidate is accused of having past sexual contact with a 14-year-old girl. >> if that is true, i don't believe there will be an place for him in the u.s. senate. >> also tonight the hero who chased down the texas church gunman. >> i was home when i heard the shots. and i didn't know what was going on. >> what was the fight about? a neighb
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sending senator rand paul to the hospital. >> he was having trouble breathing and talking. he had lacerations on his face. >> and -- mom am i allowed to have coffee after this? >> a munchkin on a mission to say thank you. >> seeing the buy to give support and love. that's awesome. >> thank you, buddy! >> announcer: this is the cbs "overnight news." new accusations of sexual misconduct are being leveled at powerful men seemingly every day. the latest could have national implications. in a story first reported by "the washington post," and confirmed by cbs news, four women accuse alabama republican roy moore of pursuing them when they were teens and he was in his 30s. moore is running in a special election next month for the u.s. senate. where republicans hold a slim 52-48 majority. nancy cordes reports members of the moore's own party now want him out. >> he should step aside if the allegations are true.
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candidate roy moore, as senate republicans universally condemned their would be colleague. >> the allegations, if true, to me, mean he needs to step aside. >> moore former chief justice of the alabama supreme court. and a staunch evangelical. >> we are all created -- >> four women told the washington pest that moore pursued intimate relationships with them when they were teenagers. she says she was 14 and moore was a 32-year-old assistant district attorney. when he befriended her outside of custody hearing in 1979. she says he asked her for her phone number. picked her up in his car. and kissed her. on a second visit it. he took off her shirt and pants and removed his clothes. he touched her and guided her to touch him over his underwear. i wanted it over with. i wanted out. >> abortion, sodomy, sexual perversion, sweep our land. >> republican leaders were already keeping their distance from moore. who has suggested that muslims should not serve in congress. and that 9/11 may have been god's puni
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moore calls the new allegations, completely false. and has even begun fund-raising off the news. urging god fearing conservatives to fight back against the forces of evil by chipping in a donation. >> it its a devastating nasty story. >> but even his fellow alabama republicans refused to stand by him. including, luther strange, who lost to moore in september's primary, despite the backing of president trump. >> it is very, very disturbing what i read about. >> it is too late for republicans to replace moore on the ballot, even if he does decide to drop out. and, anthony, if democrats were able to pick up a senate seaten that deep red state, it would leave republicans with just a two seat majority here in the senate making it even harder for them to pass priorities like tax cuts. >> nancy cordes at the capitol. thanks. louis ck a comedian with a
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stand-up routines point out male hypocrisy. now he its accused of sixable misconduct. jericka duncan is following this. and warning, some accusations are graphic. >> reporter: "the new york times" speck to five wichl whun went on record with stories about louis ck anything but funny. after a come deshow in 2002, comedy duo, julia and tell "the new york times," he asked if he could take out his penis while two were in his hotel room. they say they thought it was was a joke and laughed it off. then they say he really did it. and in 2003, abby schachner invited louis ck to one of the comedy shows. during the phone conversation she claims she could hear him masturbating as they spoke. >> rebecca corry says while taping a pilot, louis c.k. asked if he could masturbate in front of her. she declined.
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square garden numerous times and made women's rights. >> how do women go out with guys when you kid the fact that there its no greater threat to women than men. >> ashley cullins staff writer. >> the louis c.k. thing we saw coming a little bit. there had been hinlts. preemptively canceled the premiere of his movie all before the story broke. >> a film written by louis c.k., called i love you daddy, about a father who tries to prevent his 17-year-old from having a relationship with a 68-year-old filmmaker was to premiere in new york tonight. a representative from the distributor of the film tells cbs news in light of the allegations they canceled tonight's premiere and are continuing to review the situation. we reached out to his publicist for comment and have not heard back. today he canceled his appearance
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on the late show with stephen colbert. >> the air force is moving quickly as it investigates mistakes that allowed ate gunman to purchase the rifle used to kill 26 people sunday at a texas church. the court martialed airman's conviction was not entered into the database. michelle miller now with more on the he rose who chased down killer. >> reporter: new cell phone video shows a visibly shaken and and bare foot steven williford talking to police moments after shooting and chasing gunman devin kelley. >> you thin you may have shot, shot him. >> i can't think of any other reason why he took that sign out. and ended up in that ditch. i know i put kill placed shots. >> kelly was found dead in his car, with several gun shot wounds. including one to his head, that police say was self-inflicted. >> that is the guy. jumped in the truck with him.
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539 trying to catch the guy. >> filmed by johnny langendorf, the man williford flagged down. >> i don't know. you thank you so much. >> today as investigators wrapped up forensic work at the site of the massacre, church officials said they're kidding knocking down the bullet ridden building and replacing it with a memorial garden. >> we put two patients in each ambulance. >> ems director helped treat the wounded inside the church. >> based on what you saw was there any indication the shooter gave anybody any mercy? >> no. his methodology was meticulous and calculated. and total.
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don't believe he didn't want anybody to survive. >> investigators hatch returned
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>> announcer: this the cbs "overnight news." the north side of puerto rico including the capital san juan was republican lked back into darkness today, when a major power line shut down. the set back comes as fema is offering to fly thousand of storm victims to the u.s. mainland. here is david begnaud. >> six weeks after hurricane maria hit, 2200 people are still living in shelters. >> it is very sad. seeing the way it is hopeless. >> 74-year-old elsie ortiz sleeping on a cot in a gym for 41 days. >> it is hard. we make the best of it. everybody more or less. everybody gives them a hand.
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you know? >> the destruction is so vast, fema cannot find enough temporary housing or hotels on the island, so the only option is to organize an air lift. and fly people to the mainland. >> we have never done an air bridge before. >> fema's top officer. they aren't getting a lot of takers for the air lift. >> going out and doing, interviews in the shelters. that where people are still are. to see if they have an interest. so far we are seeing very low, low level of interest to take advantage thought of program. >> i don't think they're listening. >> but the florida congressman says his office has been overwhelmed with calls for people looking for help. some 140,000 puerto ricans have already fled on their own to florida. >> obviously there is an interest. to not have a mass exodus from the island. the economy down there. we're sensitive to that. these are american citizens. they should be able to travel freely. >> glenda cologne was planning to quit her job today.
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sign up for the air lift. >> i deserve something better. >> the offer fema its a round-trip ticket. to florida or new york. hotel stay of 45 days. fema will not pay food transportation once an evacuee gets to the hotel. one reason a lot of them are reluctant to go. anthony. >> david begnaud in san juan. >> house committee investigating russian meddling in the presidential election heard quite a story this week from president trump's former bodyguard. he seems to suggest russian maze have tried to blackmail mr. trump. here is jeff pegues. >> in 2013, president trump's miss universe pageant in moscow. mr. trump was there too along with long time bodyguard, keith schiller. this week,il
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committee that during the trip an offer was made to send five women to trump's hotel room at ritz-carlton. according to a source, schiller told the committee he didn't take the offer seriously but did mention it to mr. trump. the intelligence committee is investigating allegations made in a 35 page dossier compiled last year by a former british spy. made the unsubstantiated claim, the kremlin had compromising information mr. trump and salacious details about his trip to moscow. >> age old tactic. russians using it for as long as they have been spies. >> airing o'neal a former fbi operative. >> not surprised at all that the russians would have gone after someone like mr. trump at the time to gather that compromising information. he is a well known figure. some one engaged in politics some one who has many deals in russia. >> an attorney for schiller who worked at the white house until september had no comment. just recently, a lawyer for both
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the democratic national committee, admitted to paying the research firm that compiled that dossi rechlt. anthony. >> jeff pegues. thank you. >> in china, the president turned on the charm with president xi ping. in the past mr. trump accused the chinese of unfair trade practices. today was different. as the he seeks china's help in reining in north korea. margaret brennan is traveling with the president. >> a grand welcome to beijing for president trump. as he lavished praise on his host, china's leader, xi ping. >> my feeling towards you is an
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there is great chemistry. >> president xi was not as complimentary. but did say that the u.s. and china, the world's two largest economies, need not be rivals. right now china sells the u.s. $300 billion more in goods than the u.s. sells china. president trump blamed past american presidents for the deficit. >> but, i don't blame china. after all, who can blame a country for being able to take advantage of another country for the benefit of its citizens. i give china great credit. >> during the campaign. candidate trump struck a different tone. >> we can't continue to allow china to rape our country. that's what they're doing. >> the two leaders did not iron out differences on what mr.
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trump called unfair trade practices. but did eversee the signing of $200 billion in potential business deals. >> you are going to help us a lot with the menace of north korea. >> on north korea, the president prodded xi to act faster and cut off any financial aid to pyongyang. >> i am calling on china and your great president to hopefully work on it very hard. >> secretary of state rex tillerson said the two leaders see eye to eye on the threat posed by north korea, but have different views on the timing, tactics and pressure to apply to it. tomorrow, president trump flies to vietnam where he its expected to hold at least a brief meeting with vladamir putin. anthony. >> margaret brennan in beijing. coming up next on the cbs "overnight news." the rand paul mystery was it really about landscaping? hitest! whitening toothpaste only works on the surface. but crest 3d white whitestrips safely work below the enamel... ...surface to whiten 25x better than a leading whitening... ...toothpaste. hey, nice smile! thanks, i crushed the tissue test. yeah you did! crest whitestrips. healthy, beautiful smiles for life. 'tis the season to buy one get one free.
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kentucky senator rand paul likely won't be mending fences with his neighbor any time soon. the two men, both doctors, had an altercation last week. the senator suffered serious injuries. the neighbor, faced a judge today. here is dean reynold. rene -- >> retired doctor wore a light blue suit and calm expression in court pleading not guilty to misdemeanor that could land him in jail for a year. he said two word. >> yes, sir. >> 59-year-old lived next door to paul for 17 years, but the two hadn't spoken to each other for a long time. until last friday that is when a curious incident took place near this stand of trees between their homes. paul's office said he was blindsided while mowing his lawn in a violent attack buy a disturbed person. a reference to bouchet. >> i think blindsided is a very unfair characterization. >> does ur
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>> yes. >> in a violent fashion? >> i'm not going to go that far. >> initially the police said paul had minor injuries. now almost a week later he says he has six broken ribs. neighbor alicia st if ver saw him right after whatever it was that happened. >> he was having trouble breathing, talking. he had lacerations on his face. >> neighbor jim scaggs relate what he heard. >> he just ran and hit paul from the rear. and, then i don't know whether he pounded him or what he did. i think he just, broke. >> while paul is very conservative and bouchet is liberal. friend say politics was not the cause. it was trivial they say. it was about lawn maintenance. a humdrum dispute lasted years. >> just beyond comprehension two very smart people could let a
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blade or grass, or twig, or politics cause a harmful bodily injury like this. >> reporter: it is so beyond comprehension that almost nobody in town believes it. for now though, we are told the senator has the retained a personal injury lawyer. while the doctor is due back here in court, for a pretrial conference, at the end of the month. anthony. >> dean reynolds on whatever it was that happened with senator paul. coming up. when a gunman fired on members of congress. that they responded with bravery. alright, off you go. casual fridays at buckingham palace?
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against limescale. so switch to lysol. what it takes to protect. five officers responded to the shooting at congressional baseball practice in june were honored with the u.s. capitol police medal of honor. louisiana congressman, steve scalise seriously wounded in the attack said the brave women and men, prevented a massacre. actor kevin spacey is being cut out of a film that is already completed. spacey has been hit bay a flood of accusations, of sexual harassment and assault. the director ridley scott says spacey scenes from all the money in the world will be reshot with christopher plummer in spacey's role.
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>> three fixtures of childhood inducted into the national toy hall of fame. the murder mystery board game, clue. which gave us phrases like, mrs. peacock in the library with the lead pipe, the paper airplane, no batteries required, just fold and fling, and, whiffle ball. the wickedly curving orb you can smash without breaking windows. congratulations, all. the cbs "overnight news" will be right back.
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two weeks before a big nation that holiday, a 10-year-old is teaching us about the importance of giving thanks. mark strassmann introduces us.
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>> thank you. >> lots of people make jokes about cops and donuts. tyler carache made it his mission. he stopped in houston with his mother, sheena, part of a ten day road trip for his tenth birthday. thank cops with free donuts. >> thank you, buddy. thank you. >> tyler got the idea back home in florida. he saw four cops in a store. used his allowance to buy them donuts. >> makes me happy. >> because. >> because i get to thank the person that kept my family and friend safe. >> how many police office efrz do you want to buy donuts for. >> every single one in america. >> of every single cop in
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>> by our count that's 900,000 cops. tyler has visited 24 states in 14 months. in las vegas, he thanked cops and first responders for their heroism. after last month's massacre at the mandalay bay. >> i brought you donuts. >> in albuquerque, cops sang his praises. >> happy birthday, dear tyler. >> mom, am i allowed to have coffee after this. >> tyler's mother caught him to think big. so far, he has handed out, $34,000 donuts. >> keep it up. >> breathe good into the world. speak good into the world. do good in the world does come back to you. >> he forced you to walk the walk. >> exactly. get to go and see grown men and women. tear up. come to me. you have no idea. >> ask houston police officer. >> just seeing the little boy give so much support and love. awesome. >> ooh. >> tyler wants to be a cop himself one day. and then, just, maybe, maybe, a perfect stranger will buy him a donut. mark strassmann, cbs news, houston. that's the "overnight news" for this friday. november 10th. for some of you the news continues. for others check back a little later for the morning news, and, cbs this morning. i am anthony mason in new york. thank you for watching.
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i'm demarco morgan. top senate republicans say they're troubled about sexual misconduct accusations leveled against roy moore, the gop fire brand seeking alabama's open senate seat. nancy cordes on capitol hill. >> we are all created in the image of god. >> four women told the washington pest that moore pursued intimate relationships with them when they were teenagers. she says she was 14 and moore was a 32-year-old assistant district attorney. when he befriended her outside of custody hearing in 1979. she says he asked her for her
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phone number. picked her up in his car. and kissed her. on a second visit it. he took off her shirt and pants and removed his clothes. he touched her and guided her to touch him over his underwear. i wanted it over with. i wanted out. >> abortion, sodomy, sexual perversion, sweep our land. >> republican leaders were already keeping their distance from moore. who has suggested that muslims should not serve in congress. and that 9/11 may have been god's punishment. moore calls the new allegations, completely false. and has even begun fund-raising off the news. urging god fearing conservatives to fight back against the forces of evil by chipping in a donation. >> it its a devastating nasty story. >> but even his fellow alabama republicans refused to stand by
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including, luther strange, who lost to moore in september's primary, despite the backing of president trump. >> it is very, very disturbing what i read about. >> accusations made against a big name in entertainment. comedian louis c.k. find himself in a harsh spotlight. funny. >> reporter: "the new york times" speck to five wichl whun went on record with stories about louis ck anything but funny. after a come deshow in 2002, comedy duo, julia and tell "the new york times," he asked if he could take out his penis while two were in his hotel room. they say they thought it was was a joke and laughed it off. then they say he really did it. and in 2003, abby schachner
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comedy shows. during the phone conversation she claims she could hear him masturbating as they spoke. >> rebecca corry says while taping a pilot, louis c.k. asked if he could masturbate in front of her. she declined. the comedian told out madison square garden numerous times and made women's rights. >> how do women go out with guys when you kid the fact that there its no greater threat to women than men. >> ashley cullins staff writer. >> the louis c.k. thing we saw coming a little bit. there had been hinlts. preemptively canceled the premiere of his movie all before the story broke. >> a film written by louis c.k., called i love you daddy, about a father who tries to prevent his 17-year-old from having a relationship with a 68-year-old filmmaker was to premiere in new york tonight. a representative from the
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cbs news in light of the allegations they canceled tonight's premiere and are continuing to review the situation. a not guilty plea from the neighbor accused of attacking rand paul. >> retired doctor wore a light blue suit and calm expression in court pleading not guilty to misdemeanor that could land him in jail for a year. he said two word. >> yes, sir. >> 59-year-old lived next door to paul for 17 years, but the two hadn't spoken to each other for a long time. until last friday that is when a curious incident took place near this stand of trees between their homes. paul's office said he was blindsided while mowing his lawn in a violent attack buy a disturbed person. a reference to bouchet. >> i think blindsided is a very unfair characterization. >> does your client acknowledge touching the senator?
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>> yes. >> in a violent fashion? >> i'm not going to go that far. >> initially the police said paul had minor injuries. now almost a week later he says he has six broken ribs. neighbor alicia st if ver saw him right after whatever it was that happened. >> he was having trouble breathing, talking. he had lacerations on his face. >> neighbor jim scaggs relate what he heard. >> he just ran and hit paul from the rear. and, then i don't know whether he pounded him or what he did. i think he just, broke. >> while paul is very conservative and bouchet is liberal. friend say politics was not the cause. it was trivial they say. it was about lawn maintenance. a humdrum dispute lasted years. >> just beyond comprehension two
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very smart people could let a blade or grass, or twig, or politics cause a harmful bodily injury like this. >> reporter: it is so beyond comprehension that almost nobody in town believes it. for now though, we are told the senator has the retained a personal injury lawyer. while the doctor is due back here in court, for a pretrial conference, at the end of the month. seven weekds weeks after hurricane marie yeah, fema is coming to the rescue of those in shelters. this time offering to fly them off to the u.s. mainland. >> reporter: elsy ortiz's home was damaged by hurricane marie yeah. >> she too has been here a little over a month. she has been approached by fema with a chance to make her way to fort lauder day.
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repaired. >> they'll pay for you to come back. >> yes, going and coming. and 15 days in hotel. but after that, everything else is on me. >> in most disasters, fema will pay for hotel rooms for long term displayed victim thousands. but there aren't enough hotels on the island. prompting fema to come up with a solution. the federal coordinating officer on the island. >> we have never done an air bridge before. >> fema's top officer. they aren't getting a lot of takers for the air lift. >> going out and doing, interviews in the shelters. that where people are still are. to see if they have an interest. so far we are seeing very low, low level ofnt
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cbs's jim nants and tony romo are enjoying themselves in the booth. >> little game of hide-and-seek. count to ten. come find me. got to give this major style points. >> nantz is a broadcast legend. romo a rookie. the new team for the nfl on cbs. norah o'donnell of cbs this morning met up with them for their first interview of the
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season. >> this is my position for, for calling the game. i just, happen to be here today. >> just happened to be on the 50 yard line. >> right on the 50. >> 49 and a half. pretty close. >> from high above on the 50 yard line. jim nantz may have the best view in football. this season, after nearly 30 years of calling nfl games for cbs, he welcome a rookie broadcaster. >> tony romo. welcome. >> it is an honor to be here. >> how is he doing so far? >> a star. just love the guy. i am so excited for, for, what this season has brought. for the football fans. for cbs. and, look, we spent a lot of time this summer getting ready for it. the hall of fame game in canton, ohio.
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cbs built a stand that was, like far removed from the end zone. somebody said looked like a deer stand. >> this was the lengths we want to be prepared for the season. it was going on. i knew there was something special. >> reporter: something special indeed. as the the pair does clicking in the booth. >> there is rick lovato, demi lovato's husband. >> romo earned a reputation for calling plays before they occurred on the field. >> $5. run to the left. >> how it you are clairvoyant on the field? ha-ha-ha. >> a little overrated. >> does he have a gleb back or something. what is it? >> pick might lottery numbers recently. woo have been close. >> where the quarterback is going to roll right and launch the ball out of bound. going to look weird. >> rolling right. launching out of bounds. and, tony stealing the signals. >> reality. 130 plays in the game. he is probably now. down to two maybe a game. >> two a game. off awe tell me what you see. >> feel like i see a lot.
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simplify it, for people watching. so i see -- a front. a coverage. the philosophy of the coach coming into the game. what he wanted to do defensive low to make this quarterback think the certain thing. lot is the history of what you learned. and you feel and you know. that's look what, what would you want to know. what would be exciting for new that you could learn. or be, be that would take you into, hopefully, vignettes. which is a word i never heard of. but i learned it now. >> not vinaigrette. >> why do we have to eat salad? >> not the only one reading the tea leaves for cbs sports. ♪ tracy wolfson looks for trend from the side lines. >> running up and down the field. >> i wear like an apple watch. i always check to see how much i am running. get about 15,000 steps. >> a reporter right on the side lines. you get to hear everything. >> you do. you know what else, you really get to take the pulse of a team.
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i can tell, when a team, you know, is having success. or will have kind of a good year or good future ahead of them. you can sense the camaraderie. >> do you just have it or something you work on? >> we have it, i think. for me, i had it day one, jim nantz. loves sport all the same sports i do. at the highest level. we can talk about things, into the, wee hours of the night. >> i have known tony a long time. admired him for a long time. we have been friend. and we do have so many things that we share in common. even believe it or not, we have kids the same age. so i knew that was going to be something we have to go work on. chemistry. you know it was there. >> sunday. cowboy fans celebrated tony romo's return. the standing occasion. their one time quarterback continues in this the first season with a new team. >> wasn't prepared. that was emotional.
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>> make the choice to go from football. into the booth. you hope you got to go and be in the first team. your partner. going to do football games. not usually reality. ♪ ♪ >> we went into the season. not, not, overconfident. not arrogant. feeling like we are just starting something that, partner sthp that could be special. we hope, we feel is going to be there for a long time. that was norah o'donnell of cbs this morning. week ten of the nfl continues sunday. right here on cbs. coverage starts at 11:00 central. 9:00 pacific. with the nfl today. the cbs "overnight news" will be right back. copd makes it hard to breathe. so to breathe better,
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the song from the band's latest album. evolve. the las vegas residents have announce they'd will headline a concert to benefit victims of the mass shooting. the front man has opened up about his deep personal struggle with depression. cbs sunday morning's lee cowen met imagine dragons on tour. ♪ i'm waking they are one of the biggest rock acts of the decade. imagine dragons practically a household name admittedly unique name that almost wasn't. i remember a year into the band. we had a discussion changing the name of the band. >> i do remember that. >> manager is like, guys. you don't want to change the name.
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the name is amazing. >> did you have an option in mind? >> no. >> the name stuck, and so did their sound. ♪ front man, surround himself with serious musicians. band mates hail from berkeley college of music where they play jazz before they hit the road with reynolds whose idea of a rock band was a bit different. >> i'm so burned out on the whole theme of rock 'n' roll equals drugs. the rest i can, i can go with. you can complete the equation. rock 'n' roll equals, just sex, i guess. ♪ my kingdom come >> good music, good fans followed. the bright lights of success had a dark side too. ♪ ♪ look into my eyes ♪ ♪ it's where my demons hide ♪ >> we went pretty hard. it was years on the road. not seeing families, not seeing friend. just sort of disconnecting from
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reality. >> for reynolds it was a dangerous combination. >> when i am happy, very happy. when i am low, so low. they have had to deal with that for years and years. he suffered from depression most of his life. usually silent. but not this time. reynolds needed time away, they all did. and so at the height of their success, imagine dragons took a year off. when hey all returned to the studio, the result was evolved, their third album. ♪ ♪ you build me up build me up believe it ♪ >> f
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believer, attacks depression head on. >> it is about, finally, finding gratitude in my flaws. in my weakness. it is finally given me freedom. it's made me a believer in myself. ♪ pain ♪ ♪ you make me a believer believer ♪ >> does it feel like like a little bit of a relief in a way ? is it freeing to be able to write about? >> the most cathartic experience, you know, written hundreds and hundred. most of them terrible. my way of ex-pressing myself. now to be able to be doing it in a way that is honest, raw, vulnerable and share it some times with what could be millions of people find comfort in that rather than fear. >> the importance of dealing with his depression made all the more clear when sound garden's, and linkin park singer committed suicide this year.
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it's important to be vulnerable and raw. >> do you feel responsibility stew do that with your fans? >> i do the tie do. >> i don't ever want to let you down. no. >> part of his depression stemmed from a crisis of faith. reynold was born into a large mormon family. and while he is now happily married to his wife and fellow musician, the church's doctrine against gay marriage tore him apart. >> lgbtq youth not accepted in their home or community are eight times more likely to ak commit suicide. three times more like for drug use. glaring problem. >> of acceptance, yes. >> he took his argue toomt uh the doorstep. organizing a festival aimed at sparking conversation between the church and lgbtq, and called it love loud. >> most important stage i have ever walked on. >> the part of love live, this issen collusive for everyone. not attacking an organization. not attack the mormon church. we want to start dialogue about something everyone can agree on. which is that, these statistics need to change. >> it was a sellout crowd. the mormon churc
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festival. >> whatever it takes. because i love the adrenaline in eye veins. >> yes, a rock star by any manner. you look at reynolds instagram these days. more about family, than fame. >> hey, dad. i love you. you're so cool. i really love the dad i got. >> come on, let's hear it. >> having almost lost his footing once. reynolds isn't sleigh dragons any more, he is imagining just how high dragons can fly. ♪ ♪ >> i have three daughters. and, what i want to leave behind for them is, not hey dad wrote these songs. i need my little grlz to know that, i stood for my truth. ♪ ♪ i'm on top of the world. >> lee cowen, los angeles. there is more "overnight news" straight ahead.
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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,
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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 of what camp can do for children
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