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Feb 6, 2011 9:00am EST
thinks. >> reporter: its super bowl time and my grandson george, one-and-a-half, knows nothing about the game. i'll set out to teach him about football and how to be a man later on sunday morning. >> osgood: barry petersen takes in the art, that's right, the art on the dallas stadium walls. where tonight's super bowl game will be play. david pogue swims with the shark. we look back on president ronald reagan who was born on this day in 1911. this would have been his 100th birthday. those reports and more but first the headlines for sunday morning the 6th of february, 2011. here's the latest from egypt on day 13 of the uprising there. today the government met to discuss reforms with several opposition groups including the banned muslim brotherhood. there are signs of normal life returning despite the protests. traffic is again moving in cairo. some banks have reopened. it now appears the united states and other major nations are backing the egyptian government's plan to gradually ease president mubarak out of office. our elizabeth palmer will look back on this tumultuous week in
Sep 29, 2013 9:00am EDT
howard later on "sunday morning". >> chip reid checks out the approximate theial library of george washington, and the new film, gravity. and the dance craze known as twerking. the head lights for this sunday morning, september 29th, 2013. >> well into the night with the house of representatives. we have the latest from washington. >> late last night, house republicans passed a new version of the stop gap measure to fund the government until december 15. it added two amendments. the second md repeal a tax on medical devices as part of the legislation. and the house approved a separate measure that will ensure u.s. troops get paid even if the dpft shuts down, and the republicans say the measure leaves intact most parts of the health care law that have taken effect. with time running out, the bill goes back to the senate where harry reid calls the gop bill pointless. even if it passes the senate and gets to the president's desk, he will veto it. the senate doesn't return to work until tomorrow moerk, leaving one day to reach an agreement and avoid a government shut down. >> charles:
Nov 14, 2010 9:00am EST
art and science of washing your hands. >> osgood: george w. bush the 43rd president of the united states is retired now. and at home in texas. he's a man who saw no need to stay in washington any longer than he had to. former president has just published a book about his life and times. this morning he and his first lady laura bush will be visited by our jim axelrod. >> come, barny. >> reporter: after eight tumultuous and controversial years in the white house, george and laura bush are quietly settled back in texas where it all began. i know that you are very happy to be back here. >> living what i call the after life in the state that george calls the promised land. >> reporter: the after life in the promised land. turns out it's dallas and now. >> that's right. >> reporter: later on sunday morning, a glimpse into the after life of george and laura bush. >> osgood: diane keaton is a one of a kind actress with a one of a kind style. this morning she'll discuss the ups and downs of her career with katie couric. >> couric: she's been in everything from epic dramas.... >> in russia
Jun 3, 2012 9:00am EDT
more. first here are the headlines for this sunday morning the third of june 2012. george zimmerman is due to return to jail in florida later today. he was freed on bail three days after he was charged with killing trayvon martin. but on friday a judge ruled zimmerman misled the court about his finances. and ordered him back behind bars within 48 hours. the leader of syria insists that foreign extremists are behind the uprising in his country. president bashir al assad told the parliament that the syrian government is dealing with the war against terrorists not a popular uprising. in egypt mass demonstrations followedded yesterday's conviction of mubarak. thousands of protestors gathered in the square after the former president was sentenced to life in prison. it wasn't enough though for some opponents. wanted mubarak put to death. british and other nato forces yesterday rescued four hostages from a cave in afghanistan where they were being held by militant to the taliban. british aid worker helen johnston was abducted along with a kenyan aid worker and two afghan colleagues. a bank
Feb 19, 2012 6:00am PST
building included an extra floor. george washington, for reasons of economy, told the architect to eliminate the top floor. this is the final design of the white house, as planned by james hobin. he won an open competition for the first public building in washington. it wasn't until after thomas jefferson's death that it was learned that president jefferson had entered a design anonymously into the competition and lost. president jefferson's design was for a smaller house. he thought hobin's mansion was big enough. and i gail adams was the first president's wife to live in the white house. she complained of the dampness and cold. mrs. adams kept the house habitable only by building fires in every room. the british added to flames by burning the white house on the night of august 24, 1814. the president's house was a blackened ruin and had to be almost completely rebuilt. the famous american artist george caplan made this sketch of the north side of the white house showing it as it must have appeared about 1820. the south port co-was added in 1824 and the columns made the white hous
Aug 5, 2012 9:00am EDT
son george. >> there we go. >> i wanted a place that was warm and friendly and felt like the center of the house. and it was always the center of the house and then we had a three-year-old and when you have a three-year-old there is an awful lot of time spent on eating. >> i like the brown part. >> the brown part is very good. >> the kitchen just can be a kitchen but also it can be a hell of a lot more. >> for johnny gray the kitchen island is not only the center of the house. but the center of happiness. and he has not sociological studies to prove it. >> the wonderful thing is if you look at the daytime happiest is between 7:00 and 10:00 in the evening, we are going to light up and of course the most likely place for us to be at that time is in our kitchen. >> so who needs a trip to the islands? when you can make a trip to your own kitchen island. >> osgood: up next -- >> so you are an island boy? >> that's right. >> osgood: manhattan i,,,,,,,,,, >> osgood: how is he doing? that is a logical question to ask the former mayor of a mostly island city who made how am i doing his perso
Nov 13, 2011 9:00am EST
at penn state, horrifying, a moment for soul-searching. we bring in our roundtable. george will, donna brazile. dana loesch, editor of and abc news political correspondent, jon karl. george, what have we learned from this? >> what we still need to learn is how graphic was the description that the assistant coach gave to joe paterno what he had seen in the shower? that would tell us a degree of joe paterno's culpability. christine had it right. when you grasp an entertainment industry, on to higher education, you create a bubble of exceptions and eventually, a moral derangement. >> george, i don't know if explaining the details would have made any parent, any adult, just suspect and immediately call the police. my initial reaction had i witnessed that, would be to pick up something. to stop it. to stop the act itself. to call upon the adult to, you know, stop. to protect that child. call the police. and then inform everybody else later. look, this was a moral failure, a human tragedy. and as a former college athlete and high school athlete, i mean, this is just
Nov 7, 2010 6:00am PST
the whole george h.w.bush family. >> there they were with, you know, george and barbara bush. they were all just having that private moment one morning. you know, i was fortunate enough to be there. >> reporter: robert macneily remembers the dignified bill clinton. >> my favorite picture is him at the door of the oval office but it captures this energy. he comes off the page at you. >> reporter: and the president who could bawl out aide george stephanapolous. >> this is bill clinton. this is part of who he is. but if i take it and he sees me take it, i'm not going to get that full blast right in the face. he's doing george. i got to liking it. i'm like i didn't frame it. i've got it set, the exposure set. whew! man, i did it. >> reporter: eric draper was with president george w. bush on september 11. >> the president turned to see the very first images of flight 77 hitting the second tower. another image when we learned that we were being escorted by fighter jets. that's when it truly sunk in, in terms of that we were, you know, really at war. >> ladies and gentlemen, the president
Jul 6, 2014 9:00am EDT
the chicago cubs. >> this is a cub -- george knows you win some, you lose someone. >> my cubs have not won the world series subjects 1908. >> actually you mostly lose. but the long suffering cubs do have something no other team has. wrigley field. >> the team is terrible. >> ahead on "sunday morning," wrigley. what a view. >> actor zach braff's new film is a crowd pleaser. the story of how he managed to pull that off is tracy smith. >> and action. >> actor director zach braff is about to release his second feature film but real drama came before he shot a single frame. >> we couldn't figure out how to make it for less than $5 million. >> you couldn't afford it. >> i don't have cash sitting around. i wish i did. i'm not oprah. >> how are you? >> ahead on "sunday morning," the mass appeal of zach braff. >> osgood: makes a pit stop for texas bbq. an award winning teacher, explores the power of magnetic attraction. first, here are the headlines for this sunday morning the 6th of july 2014. the u.s. state department is condemning the beating of an american teenage boy by israeli listen jeru
Feb 27, 2011 9:00am EST
nominated. i was thrilled but that's it. >> it will be like mad for george to stammer. >> reporter: best actor we know. i will say if there's anything people in show business relate to it's the existential terror of standing before a crowd and not being able to talk. >> i am the king. (stuttering). >> reporter: first nails it. best actress. nath lae portman lost all that weight and suffered mightly. because you see the acting which is the key to winning acting awards even though some of the greatest acting looks effortless she'll win. i like anet benning. supporting actor will be christian dale for the fighter because again you see the acting and the weight loss. >> this is some girl who works in a bar. >> reporter: melissa leo in the same film. the hair, the accent, the acting. don't misunderstand, i love bale and leo but i have a suspicion that saddens me that they and others act with an ever-present vision of that golden statuette. we all have it these days. >> with the bomb type of novel the readers thinks i wish i was him. with the stuff i'm writing, they think, oh, christ, i hope i
Jul 19, 2009 9:00am EDT
story of john, paul, george, ringo and walter. >> ladies and gentlemen, the beatles. ( cheers and applause ) ♪ close your eyes... >> couric: most people think the beatles made their television debut on the ed sullivan show in 1964. >> the beatles were american television for the first time not as history seems to have it recorded on the ed sullivan show but on the "cbs evening news" with walter cronkite. if there's some credit in history for that, i want it. >> couric: beatle mania and walter cronkite later on sunday morning. >> mason: mark strassmann will tell us what's next for the manned space program walter cronkite loved so much. we'll be hearing from many of his colleagues and contemporaries, from moral an safer to actor george clooney toed to cop he will who explains how cronkite came to be america's town cryer. president obama among others will share his thoughts about the end of a broadcasting era. and more. first here are the headlines for sunday morning, the 19th of july, 2009. two light rail trains collided yesterday afternoon in san francisco. at least 47 people wer
Sep 22, 2013 6:00am PDT
"gravity." >> gravity stars george clooney and sandra bullock as astronauts whose craft is hit by space debris. bullock is trended in space. >> detach. i can't see you anymore. do it now! >> i'm fine. [screaming] >> i swear to you, you feel like you're in outer space. >> do you copy? >> an amazing visual experience. >> tom hanks plays captain phillips, whose cargo ship was hijacked by somali pirates in 2009. >> where is your crew? >> i don't know. >> shoot me. >> you feel like this is happening in front of your eyes and you're right in the middle of it. >> look at me. look at me. i'm the captain now. >> it's one of many of this fall's films based on real people and events. naiomi watts plays diana. and "mandela: long walk to freedom." julian assange has a flair for the dramatic. his early life has inspired a hollywood drama. >> we're winning the information war. you want to throw that all the way because you fear some u.s. government informant might come to harm. >> you can't manning how excited i am to finally meet you. >> in "saving mr. banks," walt disney has to pull out all th
Mar 8, 2015 6:00am PDT
americans are now a potent political force. but nothing has come easy, just ask george evans the mayor of selma. >> having the right to vote just didn't happen by accident. it happened as a result of people making a sacrifice, both black and white, for the benefit of giving rights to all people to vote and have a better quality of life and change the whole momentum of the whole nation. >> osgood: but recently, that momentum has shifted in 2013 the supreme court rolled back a section of the voting rights act he'sing federal oversight of voting laws in several states. as evidence the act has already achieved many of its goals debate over that decision will continue for years to come. yesterday, president obama stood at the edmund pettus bridge and reflected on our nation's five decade journey. >> when the trumpet call sounded for more to join, the people came. black and white young and old christian and jew, waving the american flag and singing the same anthems full of faith and hope. a white newsman, bill plante, who covered the mars then and who is with us here today quipped that the grow
Nov 28, 2010 9:00am EST
. snapshotment. >> by george, i think he's got it. >> osgood: ahead, remembering gary moore. what are you looking at? logistics. ben? the ups guy? no, you see ben, i see logistics. logistics? think--ben is new markets. ben is global access-- china and beyond. ben is a smarter supply chain. ben is higher margins. happier customers... everybody wins. logistics. exactly. see you guys tomorrow. ah, this is hey guys. what the eightsorry we're late. milk looks warm. finally got the whole gang together. maple brown sugar, strawberry delight, blueberry muffin. yeah, a little family reunion. [ wind rushes ] whoa! whoa! whoa! whoa! we're cereal here! what? just cooling it down. enough said. gotcha. safety first. whoo-hoo! watch the whole grain! [ female announcer ] try kellogg's® frosted mini-wheats® hot. just add warm milk and you've got a hot way to keep your kids full and focused all morning. oops. dude your eight layers are showing. [ female announcer ] mini-wheats® hot. keeps 'em full, keeps 'em focused. >> osgood: and now a page from our sunday morning almanac. november 28, 1993. >> good e
Dec 28, 2014 6:00am PST
turned their backs. doctors treating 90-year-old president george bush who spent at the hospital he's improved and whether he should be allowed to return home. to today's weather warm temperatures but clouds and rain expect snowy conditions and cool conditions in pacific northwest to the plains. the week ahead will bring colder weather to the east, rain for the plains states westward but the south should be sunny. >> my bad. >> excuse us. story about excuses is just ahead. >> the role of excuses in politics? >> central. absolutely central. ♪ >> osgood: a look at ways we remember 2014. >> osgood: all those res luke, what happens to them? some though are a little more excuses, our cover restore refrom susan spencer. >> navy veteran ryan sullivan got the ultimate call to duty in 2012 to introduce president obama at a speech in minnesota. >> the president of the united states of america. >> he was thrilled. his 11-year-old son tyler not so much. >> i didn't think it was going to be that fun. i didn't think it was a big deal. >> nothing boring about what happened after the speech. >> the
Apr 17, 2011 9:00am EDT
all hope behind. >> comedians like the marx brothers, milton berle and george burns flourished here. >> jerry, it's our sense of humor that sustained us as a people for 3,000 years. >> 5,000. >> 5,000, even better. >> it wasn't until this country that jewish people really had a place where they could thrive in safety and really do their thing. whatever that is. >> reporter: the museum focuses not only on the high achievers among american jews but also on every day people relishing the joys of life in a free nation. in fact, the kinds of experiences that all americans can relate to. is there anything that you found that you don't like about being jewish? >> the relatives are a little annoying. >> osgood: ahead, a great gatsby icon gone. >> everyone else can turn 40. you know, i'm molly ring walled. i'm so associated with being young and with being a teenager. >> reporter: but first actress molly ring walled all grown up. ,,,,,,,,,,,, >> it's a brand new year. i'm 16. everything should be platinum. i should be happy, right? >> it's sunday morning on cbs. and here again is charles osgo
Nov 11, 2012 9:00am EST
u.s. army. for that was the day george s. patton was born in san gabriel california. patton attended west point and served as an officer in the army's brand new tank corps during world war i. by sheer chance the armistice that ended the war in 1918 was declared on his 33rd birthday, november 11, the date we now mark as veterans day. by world war ii george patton was a general credited with decisive u.s. victories in north africa, france, and germany. along the way he attracted public attention with his very personal and sometimes controversial style of leadership. portrayed by george c. scott in the 1974 film "patton." from the rousing way he addressed his troops... >> all real americans love the sting of battle. >> osgood: ... to the widely reported incident in 1943 when he slapped a soldier hospitalized with combat fatigue. >> you're just a god-damned coward. i don't want a young bastard sitting here crying in front of these men wounded in battle. >> reporter: patton lived down the notoriety of that outburst to become a national hero by war's end. during a brief return vis
Dec 8, 2013 6:00am PST
. >> he was to post apartheid south africa what george washington was to us, the father of his nation. >> there is time for the healing of the wound has come. >> he bore no grudges in spite of spending 27 years in prison. he went in a revolutionary and came out a statesman who spent the rest of his life reconciling white and black in a country where the racial divide was a chasm. later this sunday morning, what made nelson mandela a great man. >> osgood: we will consider mandela's place among the greats of history. and then turn to the manner of centuries beneath the square, a symbol of the freemasons, just who the masons are and who, what they do are one of the mysteries mo rocca will investigate. >> it is the world's oldest fraternity known for its rituals symbols and secrecy. >> what would happen if i found out the secret handshake and i weren't a mason. >> nothing. >> would you have to kill me? >> we might take you out and buy you a beer. >> ahead on sunday morning, meet the masons. >> osgood: ethan hawke is an actor who can play just about any type of role, not to mention
Apr 10, 2011 9:00am EDT
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Mar 22, 2015 9:00am EDT
walks. >> that is always connected. >> you don't jet around like george clooney. referring to george clooney in "gravity" we don't do anything like george clooney. including the sense of humor. you'll fallen off the space station that's a bad day. >> on a good day in space you follow a routine. you work, you work out. and you eat. >> the original space food. mercury and gemini. basically what they had was baby food in a tube that they squeezed in their mouth. then they had a lot of different varieties of dried cubes. >> space station cuisine looks more like a tv dinner. >> one of our most popular item is the shrimp cocktail. >> the astronauts eat astronauts like spaghetti in meat sauce. sweet and sour chicken. the texture is a little off. >> this is crawfish etouffee. >> cool. >> even the occasional cajun specialty. >> not gourmet but considering everything it's pretty good. >> this is beef tips with mushrooms. >> a menu of 200 space foods. before each launch astronaut gets to choose their ferrets. from his food to his fitness to his health. every detail of kelly's life in space is m
Dec 13, 2009 9:00am EST
the road. >> reporter: with george clooney as a loner who jets from city to city telling workers they've been canned. >> going to need your key card. >> reporter: we can see where the movie is headed from 3,000 frequent flyers miles away. he has to learn.... >> how does it not even cross your mind that you might want a future with someone. >> reporter:... connections aren't just things you make in airports. >> this is pretty sexy. for people who get turned on by it. >> reporter: the film is fast and funny with a sheen. but it's also full of up to the minute recession pathos and bogus uplifts. >> this is it. this is our destiny. >> reporter: the nelson mandela drama centers on a brilliant piece of political symbolism. the embrace of a white rugby team that went a long way toward uniting an explosive south africa. >> this is the time to build our nation. >> reporter: director clint eastwood isn't particularly imaginative but he does a fine job honoring a leader whose renunciation of vengeance set an example that will outlive us all. >> looking in the mirror staring back at me isn't
Aug 18, 2013 6:00am PDT
than i did then. >> 50 years ago george was a 26-year-old former college basketball star. >> let freedom ring from stone mountain of georgia. >> reporter: ... who was not only one of a quarter million people to witness dr. martin luther king jr.'s historic speech but as a last-minute volunteer he had a coveted spot near the podium. how far away from dr. king were you standing? >> i was to the left of dr. king, i would suggest, probably seven or eight security people away. >> from every mountain side. reporter: just having a front row seat to such a momentous occasion is a memory worth talking about. but george's story really begins with what happened after the speech. >> free at last, free at last, thank god all mighty, we are free at last. [ cheers and applause ] >> reporter: so what did you do when he finished? >> people started to stand. i have no idea why i walked over. he was just folding the paper. and i said, "dr. king, can i have copy of the speech?" >> reporter: did he hesitate? he turned and handed it to me. just as he did a rabbi on the other side came up to congratula
Oct 3, 2010 9:00am EDT
week. he jumped from new york's george washington bridge joining the ranks of desperate young people who have died b... before their time. the overall numbers are tragic and heart breaking. casting a shadow from the hus sond river to the golden gate. jim axelrod will be reporting our cover story. >> reporter: a promising young musician was mourned this past week after he took his own life. >> for something like this to happen is just unacceptable. >> reporter: by tyler clementi's death is part of a disturbing trend: suicide is the third leading killer of our nation's youth. >> let me tell you that suicidal people don't want to die by suicide. >> reporter: kevin hines should know. he tried to kill himself and his message is clear. suicide can be avoided. rethinking the most effective ways to prevent suicide later on sunday morning. >> osgood: come together is the title of a song john lennon sang on the beatle's album abby road. as it happens it's a title that could also be given to a recent and remarkable family reunion. anthony mason will let us join the party. >> reporter: julian an
Jan 30, 2011 6:00am PST
were considered feeble minded. word went around that george the 6th was feeble minded because he stuttered. >> my first word.... >> reporter: screen writer david sideler understands the humiliation britain's king george vi felt. as a child sideler suffered from a severe stutter. >> he was my childhood hero. that's why i grew up always thinking one day i want to write something about king george vi. >> i am the king. >> reporter: and so the british born sideler scripted the oscar-nominated "the king's speech." >> here was a man who was king. he was speaking to the world. everyone, friend or foe, was listening to every syllable he uttered, waiting for him to stutter. if he could do that, there was hope for me. >> reporter: though sideler seems to have overcome his impediment, he still counts himself among the three million americans and 65 million worldwide who stutter. experts define stuttering, also called stammering, as an involuntary disruption of the rhythm and flow of speech. the person knows what he or she wants to say but just can't produce the words fluently. boys are thre
Jan 8, 2012 9:00am EST
father particularly compelling as a persona. >> reporter: but charismatic or not, george h.w.bush did win which supports oppenheimer's view that charisma, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder. >> look, nobody has universal charisma. >> thank you. god bless you. i. >> i think barack obama connects with a lot of people as charismatic but there are a lot of people who loath barack obama. the same thing is true of reagan and the same thing was true of john f. kennedy ♪ you've got personality > it's true of non-politicians as well. who do you consider charismatic? george clooney, derek jeter? oprah? how about the cookie monster? >> now what starts with the letter c? >> reporter: well, charisma. what else? so what about you? do you think you have charisma? wouldn't we all like to believe that we just radiate magnetic charm all the time? well, here at m.i.t.'s media lab researchers say with this little device, they actually can use science to measure your charisma. assuming, of course, that you have some to measure. okay. so i'm wearing this thing. this is going to tell me how charis
Apr 5, 2015 9:00am EDT
about what they need to or do not need to be afraid of. >> back in 1988 george w. bush was asked to name his heroes. >> i think of dr. fauci. probably never heard of him. you did. very fine research, top doctor at national institutes of health. working hard doing something about research on this disease of aids. >> dr. to you heebie began as aids was beginning to kill thousands of young men across the country. >> disease research center. national institutes of health where an aids cure might be found. >> activists complained that federal programs overseen by dr. fauci let promising treatments languish behind rigid regulations. >> very frightening time. our government was completely, from our perspective completely ignoring us and letting us die. we had to act. >> peter staley was featured in the 2012 documentary "how to survive a plague" about the early years of aids. he and other activists targeted dr. fauci in their struggle to get effective medications. >> this goes beyond the demonstrative. this is putting bloody head on a stick. why did you feel you had to do that? >> we had no
Aug 31, 2014 6:00am PDT
way you can fight against your former masters. >> from the capitol, navy admiral george co born and ross and 150 redcoats marched to the white house. >> so the british came right through here. >> right through here. >> up these steps,. >> and again white house curator bill almon. >> and they walked in and what do you think their first impression was? >> i think that it was a pretty good-size house but not a palatial one. >> no buckingham palace. >> no buckingham palace, no versailles that it was reasonably well decorated. >> the biggest surprise? a dinner set for 40, so the british feasted in the white house dining room before burning the mansion down. >> here too the walls survived, but little remains of what was once inside. >> what does is an american icon. >> this is the east room, largest room in the house. this is the room where teddy roosevelt's kids used to roller skate? >> yes. like this one. >> and this is the room where susan ford had her senior prom. >> that's right. >> so more importantly this is the room with -- >> this is the full-length portrait of george washington,
Nov 30, 2014 6:00am PST
with two scraps that were not connected. >> their producer, george martin, took the scraps together in to what became "a day in the life." ♪ >> the beatles the bigger they become, there are 2,000 books. probably 5,000 people studying the beatles at american university. get a phd out of that. >> now got a lot more material to work with once worthless scraps of paper are now worth a lot of money. >> some of these are worth a million dollars each. >> really? >> that's what they're being sold for. >> smallest scrap probably quarter million dollars. >> they are the gift that keeps on giving. >> osgood: ahead, remembering a mystery writer p.d. james. man: [ laughs ] those look like baby steps now. but they were some pretty good moves. and the best move of all? having the right partner at my side. it's so much better that way. ♪ [ male announcer ] take the next step. consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement insurance plans, it helps pay expenses that medicare doesn't cover and lets you
Aug 28, 2011 6:00am PDT
passed through, people like george thought the storm had blinked first. >> here we're ready for it. here we're used to it. a lot of the places haven't had a good hurricane in a long time. and are probably not quite as ready for it. >> reporter: in north carolina irene gave storm warning. trouble was on its way up the east coast. >> i'm chip reid in ocean city, maryland, where this narrow low-lying barrier island appears to have dodged a bullet. officials here predicted significant flooding and major damage, but after a night of howling winds with irene just off the coast police and members of the national guard ventured out this morning to inspect for damage and found almost none. on the board walk the flimsy, styrofoam exterior of this building came tumbling down but the only other visible damage was sand piled up on the board walk. beach erosion was minimal. ocean city replenishs its beaches every four years. the last time was 2010 when they spent $9 million to build up dunes to protect against major storms. a project that appears to have helped to keep hurricane irene at bay. ch
Jun 29, 2014 6:00am PDT
in upstate new york yesterday. 100-year-old world war ii veteran george hulka received his high school diploma along with seniors some 82 years his junior, among them, his great grandson, devin stark. now today's weather. more severe weather is expected in the soggy midwest. it will be sunny and nice in the northeast and mid atlantic states. hot in the southwest. in the week ahead, storms in most regions, but on the whole they should clear out in time for the parades on the fourth of july. >> next we're all to the mall. >> shop now. >> and later. >> i knew it was not to shake it endlessly. you know what i mean? there has to be a,,,,,,,, radio announcer: it's mattress discounters 4th of july sale. bulldog: that cloud reminds me of... radio announcer: a queen size serta pillow top mattress... bulldog: that's it! radio announcer: now on sale for just $597. bulldog: that's a ringer of a deal! radio announcer: mattress discounters 4th of july sale ends soon. >> mason: it used to be when a sign at the mall read "everything must go," it meant a store was going out of business. these da
Oct 6, 2013 9:00am EDT
hour and a half. >> there's a theme every year. this year it's the beatles. john, paul, george and ringo embedded in the field 50 years after their american debut, and we're told by informed sources that navigating paul's ear can be especially tricky. >> we love this. >> development of the maze starts in the spring, the richardson family comes up with a theme, and it's passed along to a maze expert from idaho, shawn stolworth woey to comes with a tractor and a vig. >> he's looking at nothing, right? >> right. >> like a muddy field. george and wendy richardson are part owner of the maze. >> he has the design, and the stractor, and the dot on the screen tells him where he is in the field, and drives to the dot. that's why he can do curves and eyebrows and faces and intricate designs. >> once the trails are cut, then we can take our bridges back out, and put in the checkpoints and all that's involved. >> robert is the brother and fellow owner of the maze. he took us up to the lookout for a view. >> it must be a happy surprise to see the finished product. >> we always wonder how it's g
Dec 18, 2011 9:00am EST
thriving port of entry for early maryland settlers and boom town of colonial commerce. george washington gave chestertown his stamp of approval with the founding of washington college in 1782. first college established in the new nation. locals who live by the waters side can hardly conceive of any other place to be. >> hello, i'm rhea feikin and i'm here with donald thoms. please stay tuned for more of chesapeake bay by air. oh, what an absolutely gorgeous program. this special was compiled from hours of footage, and a lot of it was shot from 2,000 feet above the chesapeake bay, and we used state of the art, high-definition cameras to bring you this epic portrait that features some of the most stunning and dramatic hd images ever captured of the chesapeake bay. we're getting to experience famous landmarks and natural wonders from a vantage point that we've never seen before. shows like this are made possible because of the generosity of people just like you, our viewers. and now we're coming to you tonight to ask for your financial support so that we can continue to broadcast and to pro
Apr 25, 2010 9:00am EDT
family. laying out an obsession with secrecy and power and charging george w. bush with using cocaine. that angered the family so much that president george h.w. bush's brother jonathan wrote a letter to the "new york times" calling it a book designed by lies, distortion and fabrication to hurt and cause emotional distress. so if by now you think of kitty kelley as the queen of sin-ridden biography, here's something you might not have seen coming. from one catholic school girl to another. >> when i was a kid and i was at a catholic school and our library was full of biographies of the saints.... >> reporter: the lives of the saints. >> ...i think that's how i got started on this. >> reporter: there wasn't any dirt in there. >> there's a lot of stabbings that weren't there. they all came to god at the end and they all became a saint. i think that that might be where we develop celebrity worship in this country. we looked up to the saints. >> reporter: kitty kelley grew up in washington state. but has spent her adult life in washington d.c. she first came to the capital in the '
Feb 5, 2012 9:00am EST
death of george dadoan at cornell and in 2009 after the hazing death of someone at geneseo state. the same outcry that has come with chilling regularity every year for decades. >> since you've been covering this not a year has gone by where someone hasn't died of hazing. >> since i started covering it in 1975 yes there's been a particular death every particular year. would i be very surprised that 2012 goes by without a death? yes. >> reporter: a professor at franklin college in indiana, who spent the past 40 years documenting every hazing death in the united states. what is hazing? >> well, hazing is anything that is required of a newcomer by veterans in a group that you have to go through that may be silly, demeaning or dangerous. >> reporter: and the record of dangerous, even deadly hazing, stretches back more than a century. >> the first verifiable incident clearly is 1873 at cornell university. it's the death of mortimer leggatt who was the son of a civil war general and hero. >> reporter: for the next 100 years more deaths followed sporadically. but about 30 years ago, he notice
Jul 29, 2012 9:00am EDT
the world watched on tv as charles and diana exchanged their vows. >> i charles philip arthur george take thee diana francis... >> take thee philip charles arthur george to my wedded husband. >> osgood: a fairy tale wedding people called it. the fairy tale, time would prove to be, only not in the sense originally intended. in short order diana produced two sons, william and harry, an heir and a spare as the saying went. but as the years went by, tales of charles and diana's marriage became gossip sheet fire ending eventually in their divorce in 1996. one year later, diana was dead. killed in a car crash in paris. once again, the eyes of the world were on london. this time for diana's funeral. two more royal weddings of note would follow in a low-key civil ceremony in 2005 prince charles married camilla parker-bowles whom diana had once called the third person in their marriage. and in 2011, prince william married kate middleton an elaborate ceremony at westminster abbey. so popular is prince william now that according to one recent opinion poll the british people would prefer him as
May 11, 2014 6:00am PDT
children, lucy and george, do you think you will do it differently? >> i think definitely. i'll have more open dialogue. i'm not saying i'm having the birds and the bees talk, because that is why god made google. (laughter) look it up, kids. >> now, bill, let me ask you this. as a grandfather now, i'm finding out that i'm doing a lot of parenting things better the second time around than i did the first time around. how are you doing with willie's children? i mean, have you had any of these talks with george or anything? >> it's interesting. george started asking me about heaven. >> when my dad told me about that, i said, you just had with my 4-year-old son a deeper conversation than you and i ever had in our lives. and he's 4 talking about the after-life. >> i think young kids are sometimes hard to talk to 'em -- your own kirds sometimes are hard to talk to 'em. >> my mother used to make pancakes. she said you always throw the first ones away because then the skillets just right. maybe that's it for kids. you throw willie to the side. (laughter) you go with george where he left off.
Jul 10, 2011 6:00am PDT
. just ask nancy giles. ♪ workout > you may think i'm simply taking a leisurely with my dog george but think again. from from the balanced bod systems in my sneakers to the resistance bands built into my workout pants and top i'm getting a full work just just by talking. or so the commercials have told me. >> tone up fitness are designed to help tone, burn more calories. >> reporter: it's a story we've heard before. just put on the gear and according to tone-ups, make your bottom half your better half. hey, it's a dream come true, right? well fantasy aside, does it work? this is an mbt or barefoot technology sneaker. named after the african tribe known for walking long distances barefoot and having perfect posture. >> mbt isn't your normal kind of shoe. >> reporter: you don't just put mbts on. they come with instructions. >> land on the middle of the sensor. >> reporter: at an average of $200 a pair... you know, it looks like it will be hard... i wanted to get the most out of my investment so i went to mbts u.s. headquarters in portsmouth new hampshire. >> we believe a healthy body is
Oct 18, 2009 9:00am EDT
chances of getting what men had. she took a husband. a man of power and wealth. george palmer putnam of the publishing putnam. >> she wrote this letter to him, the pre-nuptial letter that sounded like she was being dragged kicking and screaming to the altar. >> right. earhart was nothing if not invested in her own freedom. she wanted him to know that we'll be married but this doesn't mean that this is the end in terms of our relationships with other people. >> reporter: he said yes. >> he said yes. i don't think he blinked an eye. i think he was very invested in marrying amelia earhart. >> amelia becomes first woman to fly an auto gyro. married to a famed publisher.... >> reporter: while it is known that earhart had at one one lover, it's believed that her husband stayed faithful. >> she stayed married and george putnam was very much in love with her. in the movie we really depict it as a true love story. >> reporter: richard gere plays george palmer putnam opposite hilary swank's amelia. >> i think that because she put down on paper what it was that she wanted from the marriage, he
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