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captioning funded by cbs it's monday, november 20th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." the infamous murderous cult leader charles manson is dead at the age of 83. sexual misconduct allegations against roy moore are not stopping some christian conservatives from backing the conservative candidate. and turkey day is almost here. these two birds are sitting pretty as they prepare to shine at the white house.
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good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. charles manson who sent his followers to carry out a string of know tnotorious murders is d. john blackstone has our report. in his most recent prison mugshot charles manson looks ever bit the crazed cult killer. charlie rose interviewed hins in 1986. >> what's the difference between you and me then. >> you don't know how to survive. you're week. >> he seemed to be able to cast a spell over his followers, mostly young women who became known as the manson family. >> what doan we rs
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i'm inside of you, man. >> yeah. >> i'm inside of you. i'm inside every one of you. >> reporter: in 1969 manson's followers committed seven savage murders in california. the most significant sharon tight, the wife of roman polanski. he described it to reporters. >> blood all over the place. >> was the murder okay because you didn't see it? >> no. there bus no murder. >> there was a murder of sharon tate. >> he convinced his flowers to kill as part of a plan for an apocalyptic murders. >> how you do feel about them? how you do feel about them? that's what counts. it happened in your
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mine. >> reporter: in 1971 he was convicted of murder and commuted to death. in 1972 the california supreme court declared the death penalty unconstitutional. john blackstone, cbs news, san francisco. an aide to president trump said he's not campaigning for roy moore because of the sexu accusations of sexual misconduct. >> good morning. support continues to build for and against the alabama senate. he's accused by several women. while some say they do stand behind him, the newspapers are suggesting they side with the democratic opponent.
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ran front page endorsements yesterday of moore's opponent democrat doug jones. they said, quote, courting and preying on young women and girls. moore is accused of making unwanted sexual advances to women, many of whom were in their teens while moore was in his 30s. tina johnson said she had a run-in with moore in the '90s when she was in the office. >> i got up to leave and he grabbed me from behind by the buttocks. >> you've seen people across the board, ted cruz, mike lee withdraw their support, say he should step aside. i still hope he will do that and to the right thing. >> reporter: moore maintains his innocence. outside a church yesterday, moore still has
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we're living in the community. we don't hear none of it. >> reporter: the special election takes place december 12th. >> president trump remains concerned. the president himself has yet to publicliwy weigh in on the race >> thank you so much, hena. this morning a manhattan hunte is under way for the deadly shooting of a police officer. 25-year-old prien shaw was a member of the new kensington police. shaw was shot in the chest while chasing the suspect identified by the police. shaw was shot friday evening. police say holt ran after a traffic stop and shots followed. it's unclear what caused officer martinez's injuries. his partner is in serious nd
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region where officers patrol is pretty difficult to cross illegally because of the terrain. president trump tweeted last night, we will seek out and bring justice to those responsible. we will and must build the wall. cbs news has confirmed special counsel robert mueller has asked the department of justice to turn over documents related to the firing of former fbi director james comey. mueller also baker/hamiltons documents concerned jeff sessions recusing himself from the russian investigation. and now to the republican effort to overhaul the tax code. budget director mick mulvaney said it would be okay to take out the mandate. the president had called on lawmakers to make that part of the tax package, but it has become a major sticking point. >> what we're interested
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the best tax bill that can pass. if a good tax bill can pass, great. if it needs to come out in order for that good tax bill to pass, we can live with that as well. >> the house has passed its version of the tax bill. the senate is expected to start debate following the thanksgiving break. there are new allegations of sexual misconduct by personalities. a model says simmons forced her to perform a sex act when she was 17 years old. she also said brett ratner was present. "the new york times" says there are four others. an attorney for ratner denied it
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tambor of it. he said it's not true, but he doesn't see how he can return to the series. allegations against dr. ricardo crew see owe gross back over a dozen years. he's scheduled to appear in court tomorrow. argentina's navy now says it's not sure if the brief satellite calls it received over the wecht are from the is manying submarine. the navy lost contact with the sub wednesday morning 17 miles off argentina's atlantic coast. there are 42 members o on the diesel/electric-powered sub. it was on a routine training mission sfwl mission. zimbabwe's longtime ruler
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. breaking news consult leader charles manson has died. he was 83. >> zimbabwe's president did not
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he was placed under house arrest. we have an update coming up shortly. . good morning. we're wakingup to a cool morning out there. we have a cool day ahead. soglad to have you with us this monday. we're heading up to 50today. you'll notice a fewclouds this morning. in theafternoon the sun comes out and lighter winds. today 50,59 degrees tuesday and wednesday a chance for showers with a high of 52 as another strong cold front makes its way toward the area. your thanksgivingforecast looks like the cooling trend sticks around, high temperatures around the 44 to 48-degree mark around the region. >> is that a new graphic? >> the turkey gob bell. . if you're on the inner loop of the beltway we've had a crash
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ramp. it involved an overturned vehicle. that's why we've hadthat off ramp blocked for a while now. this is close to new hampshire avenue. traffic doingokay. we have constructiongoing on on the gw parkway. youknow they've been working on the left-hand side. so that's whyas you're coming southbound you will see those construction crews. your time right now 4:27. happening today police say they will begin clearing the scene where a baltimore city police detective was shot and killed. >> the crime scene was locked down since thursday while sean suitor was shot in the head. onsunday the aclu of maryland issued a statement questioning the length and intensity of the police presence in the neighborhood. his killer isstill on the run this morning.
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regulators are set to decide whether to approve or deny an inn state route for the proposed keystone pipeline, it's the last hurdle facing the project's operator transcanada corporation. opponents arehoping last week's spill will give them a last ditch effort to kill the project. the news at 4:30 starts right now. . >> this is wake up washington on w usa 9. monday getting off to a chilly and windy start this morning. let's check in now tosee how things are shaping up outside. >> good morning, everyone. itis cool out there, 42 in washington, 39 in leesburg, and we still have time for temperatures to fall out there. as the kids are waiting for the
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week. dress them with a jacketonto keep them comfortable this morning. we'll top out they50-degree mark today, a mix of sun and clouds by noon. we'llhit the high of 50 by 3:00 this afternoon and by 6:00 temperatures have called off once again to the 40s, down to 46 degrees on the drive home. the winds return from the southwest today. that will helpus touch off right there around the 50- degree mark along most of the areas. we're dry and thewinds are lighter. should be aneasy commute to and from work. later on tuesday night heading into wednesday morning is when we're expecting our next rain chance. you can see the lightshowers beginning to ramp up ahead of another cold front that will keep us really comfortable during thanksgiving. upper 50stomorrow, showers wednesday with a high of 52. and forthanksgiving once the cooler air arrives we'll need some heat at the thanksgiving table.
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. we've had this accident involving an overturned vehicle blocking the off ramp there. one of my reporters has said the accident as cleared. itshouldn't have any impact for you this morning. we haveconstruction out there, not as much as usually but gw parkway, it's southbound lanes keen key bridge and before you get to roosevelt bridge on the left-hand side they've been doing work on that guardrail. so watch out for that heading southbound. now, back to breaking news this morning. one of thenation's criminals is dead.

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