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Dec 29, 2012 8:00am EST
george h.w. bush is still in intensive care this morning. he's being treated for a fever following a bronc kai it is-related cough. a spokesman for family says he continues to improve and the doctors are cautiously optimistic about his recovery. he's been hospitalized for one month. he's 88 years old and is the nation's oldest living former president. >>> it's about 18 minutes after the hour. here's a look at the weather for your weekend. >>> the new year is almost here but the 2012 holiday shopping season if you can believe it, is still in full swing. so how have retailers done? well it'd hard to say. one study found that foot traffic in brick and mortar stores was down this year by more than 3%. but another said that before christmas holiday sales were up by just a fraction of a percentage point compared to last year but the nation tall retail federation is sticking with its figure of a jump of 4.1% jump. it all seemed confusing. here to given us the true story is veteran retail analyst dana. good morning. >> good morning. >> here we are again. how is this all going to shape up? >>
CBS
Jun 13, 2015 8:00am EDT
celebration. let's just say prince george kind of excited. there he is. >>> in washington state troopers were in a slow-speed chase after a woman. she was riding in her scooter about 6 miles an hour when the troopers pulled her over. >> she went out for coffee but got lost. finally the troopers guided her home. one of the troopers said he treated the woman the way he would want someone to treat his mother. >> i'm glad she's oklahomaay. >>> a pharmacy is gouging the health care system. previously we reported out of a dallas pharmacy that was billing $13,000 for a jar of custom scar cream. >> we also reported on the u.s. military health care system paying more than $300 million a month for custom preparations that many doctors say are useless. this morning jim axelrod has another expo say. >> reporter: when a cbs employee was recently prescribed this to boost his energy he was astonished at the claim his farmly submitted and his insurance approved for a one-month supply $44,707. for the cost of a bmw convertible he got 180 capsules of powdered res vary toll an antioxidant found in
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Jun 13, 2015 5:00am PDT
achievements. >> then we go to london for the big celebration. let's just say prince george kind of excited. there he is. jie love in the book where they say it's a fictional story but it's different. tell us about these people. >> this is like our downton abbey, right? this is a very small tribe of people. they're not only not representative of the country, but the country is going in the opposite direction. if we look at the real economics of marriage in america, we we see is there are more single moms in america, more women earning money in the household, there are stay-at-home datas s dads who are assuming the household responsibilities. this is an anthropological look. >> what do they have jodie? what do they have? what do they do? >> well, what we see is the lives -- because of income and equality, one of the defining moments of our time the lives of the super rich and the lives of the super poor have less and less in common. the glue that binds our daily lives together are disappearing. so there's a great line in the book that you pointed out before that even stay-at-home moms have p
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May 2, 2015 5:00am PDT
guilty for his role in traffic tie-ups near the george washington bridge. >> there's a lot more that will come out. >>> video that has just surfaced shows the moment the earthquake hit nepal and the avalanche that followed. a climber at mt. everest had a camera rolling. >>> the road has come to an end for b.b. king telling fans he's in home hospice care in las vegas. >>> the muscular dystrophy association is pulling the plug on its traditional labor day telephone. >>> all that -- >> the biggest sports day of the year. the kentucky derby. the fight of the century. >> and all that matters. >> and from a-rod, number 660, tying him with willie may on the all-time home run list. >> on "cbs this morning saturday." >> ladies and gentlemen, the one, the only steve martin. >> when i heard you announce you were retiring i really thought he's joking. he's got to be joking. and then i remembered wait you're not funny. >>> and good morning, everyone. we have a great line-up of guests including the director on the story of curt cobain. we have video diary and what it revealed is pretty chilling. >
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May 9, 2015 5:00am PDT
book in the world. jts. >>> george duran started on mtv and ended up in the kitchen. >>> then her debut album is already considered the best of the year. natalie pras and her fantastic band will make their morning debut ahead in our "saturday session." >>> our top report this morning parts of the southern and plain states brace for more severe weather today. violent storms some with tornadoes and hail struck north texas and oklahoma on friday. no major damages reports. no injuries either. >>> the worst weather today is expected in oklahoma and kansas. don champion is in oklahoma city with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, vinita. this hotel was destroyed by a tornado friday night but the cleanup has been hampered by three straight days of severe weather. last night was pounded by hail and heil winds. in more mannorman oklahoma, hail caused near blinding conditions. baseball-sized hail knocked out windows at a ymca building. crews cleared out glass. the severe thunderstorms marched across the oklahoma metro area during an evening rush. at one point a tractor trai
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Jun 15, 2013 5:00am PDT
information from snowden. referencing george orwell's "nineteen eighty-hour," they asked them no the to charge snowden saying he sparked an important discussion about government surveillance. simon young is a hong kong lawyer. is it likely that edward snowden would be extradited if the u.s. asked for that? >> well, there are a number of possible objections that mr. snowden might be able to make. if the fairness of the proceeding is going to be affected because of the political motives, then the jurisdiction can refuse to surrender. >> reporter: david zweig says if history is a guide, snowden would be extradited, but says that won't stop hong kongers from taking to the streets. >> people here are worried about states that are too strong and that misbehave because we look across the border and that's part of what we see. >> reporter: edward snowden may have found supporters in the court of public opinion, but his real battle, convincing a legal court, still likely lies ahead. for "cbs this morning saturday," seth doane, hong kong. >>> an early vote count this morning gives a reformist-bac
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Apr 18, 2015 8:00am EDT
george played a key role in the response to the sex abuse scandals and led the u.s. bishops against obamacare. he retired last fall. he had been battling cancer. he was 78 years old. >>> the "san francisco chronicle" reports california's outbreak of measles is officially over. the state department of health says the infections which ignited national debate about vaccinations originated from two disney theme parks in december and sickened 130 people. it was the largest outbreak in some 20 years. >>> "the las vegas review journal" says jared stull has been arrested on drug possession charges. it happened in a las vegas strip club on friday. the nhl center is an unrestricted free agent who struggled this season. he helped the kings win in 2012 and 2013 but the team missed the playoffs >>> the class of 2015 will be inducted into the rock 'n' roll hall of fame in cleveland tonight. paul mccartney is slated to introduce ringo starr who will join the rest of the fab four for his contributions to music as a solo artist. he will share accolades with greenday lou reed stevie ray vaughn and hi
CBS
Mar 9, 2013 5:00am PST
president george w. bush and most recently before that during the fdr administration. it's a bad fit. the real serious question is why in the world we wouldn't use the federal district courts which are the jewel and the crown of the legal system that all this time during these ten years have been handing out terrorism convictions, one after another without exception. the question is not why not use guantanamo bay. the question is why not use the federal district courts. >> eugene seidel thank you. >> great to be here. >>> investors are in a pretty good mood this weekend. the dow jones industrial average standings at a record high. 14,397. and the unemployment rate in february dropped to 7.7% after 236,000 jobs were added last month, well above the expectations. but with the market soaring, will the unemployment rate ever again fall to prerecession levels? joining us this morning, welcome to you both and congratulations on a remarkable quick change. >> we had chairs with wheels and we were zooming in and out. but we're here. >> let's look at number this week. we've had a series of rea
CBS
Jul 25, 2015 7:00am EDT
after a train derailed outside philadelphia. >> i've never seen fares that high. >> george is the founder. he said his team noticed the air spike after the crash. >> i think the airlines is trying to get as much as that can. i think this time they went too far. >> american and united denied wrong doing. delta, accused of the $2,300 fair did not incried it. it honored amtrak tickets and increased see capacity. one question were they part of the airline fair structure. this is related to the department of justice probe looking for possible collusion of. >> thank you. >>> thewall"the wall street journal" says they're considering a convicted's release. it's long been a source of tension between u.s. and israel. he met with a parole hearing earlier this month but a ruling's not been made. officials say it could smooth relations with ids real in the wake of the nuclear iran deal. >> two animal rights activists are being charged. they're accused of releasing 5,700 mirngs from farms and vandalizing homes. both pace 10 years' imprisonment and $2 hub,000 in fines if convicted. >>> the smith
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Jul 25, 2015 5:00am PDT
years. i have never seen fares that high. >> george says his team noticed the fares spike after the crash. >> i think the airlines are trying to get as much as they can for a seat and in this case i think they maybe wernt too far. >> all five airlines tell cbs news they will cooperate. american and united deny wrong doing, delta accused of the $2300 fare says it did not increase following the crash adding it lowered prices honored tickets and increased the seat capacity. >> one question is were the sky high airfares a pre-existing part of the fare structure? this is unrelated to the department of justice probe looking into possible collusion. >> thank you. >> some of the headlines, "the wall street journal" horts the obama administration is considering an early release for convicted il rayy spy jonathan poll laerd. his arest in 1995 and life prils sentence has long been a source of tension between the u.s. and israel. pollard meant with a parole hearing earlier this month but a ruling has not been made. officials say it could smooth relations with israel in the wake of the iran nucl
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Mar 28, 2015 5:00am PDT
. thanks so much. >>> coming up george carlin made his living slicing and dicing politicians. now he has the most unlikely place of honor. we'll show it to you. you're watching "cbs this morning: saturday." with psoriatic arthritis, i had intense joint pain that got worse and worse. then my rheumatologist prescribed enbrel. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. enbrel helps relieve pain and stop joint damage. i've been on the course and on the road. enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders and allergic reactions have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and discuss whether you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. you should not start enbrel if you have an infection like the flu. tell your doctor if you're prone to infections, have cuts or sores, have had hepatitis b, have been treated for heart failure, or if you have symptoms such as persistent fever u dad!!! ...is coming home. ask if e
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Sep 28, 2013 5:00am PDT
playing with mila. george loves to play golf we go for our walks. we go to our church, the church we always went to before george was elected governor in dallas. >> and i know you're a big rookbook reader. that's right. booking books. my mother-in-law barbara bush, celebration for reading, her fund-raiser is coming up in a week. so we'll be going to that. >> we saw former president george hmt w. bush was in the news attended a same-sex marriage. longtime friends. >> ours too. they own a general store in kennebunkport and they hosted a book signing for me and reading when my book was new. >> how is his health? ? >> he's doing really well. he can't walk. he's in a wheelchair. that's why he's taken to the colorful socks. because he's seated all the time, you can see the colorful socks. >> how is your mother-in-law barbara bush? >> she is terrific. i love her. she's a great example for me. sh is a natural. i will say if you want a fascinating dinner partner, she'll tell you the wild story. >>> here's the city that never sleeps or so the saying goes and now this map from social networking
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Mar 2, 2013 5:00am PST
days for the con calculate is expected to be announced next meech. chicago's cardinal francis george says there's a desire to move quickly. >> it is kind of a date imposed on us by the liturgical calendar. >> reporter: instead of the pope's image it will show apostolica. special stamps one of the most prized souvenirs went on sale yesterday. all are expected to be here on monday when the congregations begin. but the power broking have begun in the better restaurants around the vatican. for v "cbs this morning," allen pizzey. >>> for more on the new pope let's head back to vatican city and delia gallagher. good morning, delia. >> reporter: good morning. >> has it begun? what's the first step? >> reporter: as you heard the report in fact, the informal discussions have already begun. those take place at the lunches and dinners amongst the cardinals. what happens now is they go into these congregations, meetings which is more formal. they don't discuss names but they have an opportunity to suggest what type of person the next pope should be and what should be the priorities for the futur
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Oct 4, 2014 7:00am EDT
started out carving the head of george washington using jackhammers and dynamite. after 14 arduous years and 500,000 tons of blasted granite, the four sculptures were completed in 1941. today mt. rushmore is still one of the nation's top tourist designations. every year 2.5 million visitors travel to see this manmade wonder that cost less than $1 million to carve. for the first time in 20 years, the lights will go off on a mon mum for three consecutive nights starting this monday. the national park service is installing a more modern and efficient lighting system. it's expected to illuminate the presidential faces like we've never seen them before proof you can change some things, even if they're carved in stone. >> wow that's going to look fantastic, i think. >> you know what's interesting? people are always polling. do you think there should be a fifth president? apparently they couldn't add one if they wanted to. the rocks couldn't support it. >> very interesting. >>> coming up, a bizarre incident in argentina. the host of a show "top gear" and other crew were attacked by a mob.
CBS
Mar 8, 2014 5:00am PST
surveillance programs first begun under fellow republican george w. bush. >> as our voices rise in protest, the nsa monitors your every phone call. if you have a cell phone, you are under surveillance. i believe what you do on your cell phone is none of their damn business. [ cheers and applause ] >> the government that spies on its people and lies to its people is taking us on a trajectory toward tyranny and must be changed. >> one time presidential candidate mike huckabee former governor of arkansas slammed the irs as a criminal enterprise and a fewture contender warned of a price to be paid for the president's policies. >> my friends, our country is in peril. our debt in record amounts. our economy in this economic recovery is stagnant our place in this world has weakened. >> today is the third and final day for the con frenls. speakers include sarah palin and former speaker, newt gingrich. >> mark albert in washington. thank you. >>> cpac will be front and center tomorrow morning when charlie rose fills in on "face the nation yts." guests include paul ryan and general jim jones. >>> to
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Feb 9, 2013 5:00am PST
george w. bush e-mailed his siblings he was thinking about eulogy. he added, hopefully i'm jumping the gun. a bush aide reportedly told the children not to tell barbara bush about the perilous state of their fare's health f after two months in the hospital the elder bush was released in january. a close source told us the e-mails were obtained by hacking the account. it included family photos, phone numbers and self portrays by george w. bush. speaker if the family he wrote the statement this is an outrageous breach of privacy and we'll not be responding earlier. headquarterses show how easy it is such as the name of the account owner's hometown or favorite pet. in 2008 a hacker gained access to vice-presidential candidate sarah palin's account. the secret service has launch and investigation into the hacking of the bush e-mails. for "cbs this morning," chip reid. >>> first lady michelle obama attends a funeral for a 15-year-old shot to death in the epidemic of gun violence. high dehigh high de hideya pendleton was shot by a gang member in a case of mistaken identity. >>> it is now
CBS
May 30, 2015 8:00am EDT
issues. >> could a reserve beat george bush? >> what in the world were you talking about, sir? >> what drew me to it is it was so much fun. >> we have all these groups of primaries together. can you bring that kind of -- >> yes, i can, because we've been working incessantly. >> getting to talk to people who are having such an impact on our lives. how can so many reputable professionals keep pressing along. >> i do you like politicians? >> do you like politics? >> do you like this job? >> i'll let you start, bob. it's your show. >> certainly. >> the stories go back to the day the president was assassinate assassinated. >> vietnam. >> many of those who d survive muff live out their lives with broken bodies. >> finally 9/11. >> this is a different city tonight, a city that is slowly realizing this nation is at war. >> i never imagined that i would have the kind of experiences that i've had in journalism. >> i think i've finally found honest work. >> this is the fourth and last debate. >> is it a deal? >> it's a deal. >> great. >> when i look at my life i've had so much fun doing the jobs
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Nov 16, 2013 5:00am PST
george washington" flying it into remote and hard hit areas where people are still defirsthanding themselves. people try to grasp a new reality. >> if this is a dream, i should wake up. >> reporter: it seems like a nightmare. >> yes. >> reporter: she lives a few miles from tacloban. where's your house? >> where. >> reporter: what's left of your house is over here? >> yes. >> reporter: now it's just a pile of bamboo. all that's left is a crib clothes, and a handful of spoons. >> we thought we were going to die. >> reporter: you thought you were going to fly. >> yes. >> reporter: an american encouraged her to move. elsa thompson grew up in michigan and fell in love with the philippines. she worked to give back. >> they need an evacuation center before they use the school, which is like almost a mile away. i mean imagine swimming 3-year-olds, 4-year-olds all the way to the center in rushing floodwaters. i thought an evacuation center amongst all the houses would be the perfect houses. >> reporter: so with the help of her church back home sturgis, michigan, she raised money to build a
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Jan 17, 2015 5:00am PST
became a book called "spare parts" and now is in a movie that includes marissaa tomei tomei, george lopez, and janie lee jamie lee curtis. >> in order to do this we would have to build an underwater vehicle that swims under water. you know this isn't the desert right? >> permission to speak freely, sir? >> sure. >> there's an rov up on mars. i'm pretty sure it wasn't built on mars sir. >> okay. >> the film ends on a happy note but so far the real story has not worked out well for these four young men. author joshua davis is here to tell us more. they basically took garbage, build a robot called stinky and beat out mit. >> yeah. they didn't have formal training but had an innate ingenuity that was born out of necessity. unfortunately they haven't been able to really realize the real american dream. >> you're talking about four kids here from carl hadden community high school. their budget was 800 bucks. they were up against mitt who had a $10,000 budget. >> and they beat them. >> beat them. >> and so these have got to be kids with real ability here. >> that's true. >> what happenedso
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Feb 16, 2013 8:00am EST
killing yardly love should not be give an new trial. last month lawyers for george huguely filed an appeal, arguing their client was denied the right to a fair jury and other violations. prosecutors have rebuffing the claims. >>> before you head downtown, you should know that one of the major arteries is shutdown for the weekend. light street will be closed as crews replace a pedestrian bridge. the city says that bridge, which connects the highed garage to harbor place s severely corroded and rested. for now, drivers should avoid the streets which will be open on monday morning. >>> here is a look at first warning weather forecast. bye-bye. >>> it takes a lot to attraction attention here in new york and this qualifies as a lot. it's the eclipse. it's the world's biggest private yachlt 557 feet long two swimming pools, a helicopter pad, and a mini submarine. >> i don't know. i think the second is a little bit of overkill. the yacht is usually seen in rich corners of the mediterranean and the caribbean. it's probable he dropped his girlfriend here because he wants her to have her baby
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Jul 18, 2015 8:00am EDT
bush 41 after his neck injury. >> evidently a knotty joke is key to recovery to george h.w. bush. >> when he starts telling semidirty jokes to the nurses, we know he's on the rebounding. captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to the weekend. we're going to take you to a place across the pond. did an unknown french man create the first film even before anyone else including thomas edison. what led to his mysterious death. >>> and find out how this man cross 14d states faster than anyone even with a serious injury. >>> then chef john robert duca vel took a turn in history. he's still in it. that's on "the dish." >>> band as big as their sound. the 12-piece new york act is ahead in "sessions" and you're not going to want to miss it. >>> but our top story this morning frightening moments on a california highway. more than a dozen vehicles caught fire and were destroyed when a wildfire jumped the main road to las have multiple vehicles burned but nearby structures. motorists were forced out of their cars to save their lives. this was the fiery scene on highway 15 on friday afternoon. a
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Jun 22, 2013 5:00am PDT
choice for the fbi director james comey. he once served under president george w. bush, now as the obama administration is under fire for mass surveillance of america's phone and internet records, the president is nominating the man who fought against warrantless wiretapping by the bush white house. >>> the heir to one of the oldest fortunes is going to jail. the son of millionaire brook aster stole from his ailing mother. >>> finally, this morning, you know, there are certain things that work much better with animals than with people. take for example, the world's ugliest dog contest. it wouldn't translate if they subbed people for dogs. bad breeding is a plus in this one. the mutts who are more likely to be pitied than praise get their moment in the sun. this year is wally. he's a beagle boxer basset hound mix. how many dogs are involved in that mix? do you want to visualize? the judges were impressed with his waddle of walks. i don't think the dog's ugly. you get a chance to see him waddle wide on the show tomorrow. please don't tell him i made fun of him in any way. that would
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Jun 14, 2014 7:00am EDT
office floor. there's no boundary yo can't go any more. to many the nation's 41st president george h.w. bush is regarded as the grandfather of the sock movement. >> we made a piece of furniture for the socks. >> reporter: nick is a vice president of suit supply. >> every year i strig toll get the right suit together and how many times do you see guys with different socks. >> reporter: this year they have a yearly sockscription. >> do you find that people like to give a lot of socks around father's day? >> father's day, mother's day -- >> that gives socks a leg up. >> socks are better than ties. with ties there's no sort of tactile pleasure in right. it's a thing around your neck. what's more wonderful than on a cold winter day to have rich moreno wool zbensds your feet. >> so if you're shopping for dad this weekend, consider letting him put his best food forward. saturday. >> now i know for a fact at this table you don't have a more casual job atmosphere but may i dare see your socks? whoo, anthony. >> i wore it just because of this segment. but it was special. the first time i ever no
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Dec 7, 2013 5:00am PST
. obama will be joined by former presidents george w. bush and bill clinton and their wives. anthony, venita? >> bill plante at the white house this morning. >>> the world remembers nelson mandela as a fighter for justice and a great national leader. but mandala also understood the rich power of music. in tonight's 48-hour special, "nelson mandela: father of a nation" jazz legend and cbs contributor, went wibtynton marsalis shows how music became an instrument of social change in south africa. ♪ ♪ >> nelson mandela's life-long fight for freedom in south africa had a secret weapon -- music. ♪ ♪ >> one of the masters of that music, and a man who knew nelson mandela is legendary horn man, hugh masekela. we got together to remember mandala and the music that propelled a people's revolution. ♪ ♪ >> the story of nelson mandela jailed for such a long time. but what was the perception of mandala when he was in jail? were you aware of him and what he had done? >> we all knew him from when we were children when he went to jail. he made one of the greatest speeches ever. >> this is
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Feb 21, 2015 7:00am EST
cameron, george lucas, and peter jackson. god came in sixth place. the 87th academy awards takes place tomorrow. >> i thought it was interestling. it wasn't just >>> coming up it's been 20 years since las vegas needed an nfl stadium. plans are in the works for a new one, and two existing teams say they want to move in, but fans aren't happy. >>> and later, remembering one of the fiercest and most tragic figures of the area malcolm x. you're watching "cbs this morning: saturday". jim: standardized testing has gone from a nuisance to a concern to a crisis. michael: we have this finite amount of time, and yet we're spending so much of it on this unproven standardized test when we really should be using that time in a better way focusing individually on our students. dave: education is supposed to be about our students, and it's becoming about a test. ros: what is our end goal in education? to be masters of a test? >>> good morning, everyone i'm nicole brewer. dozen of residents are homeless this morning after two alarm fire engulfs their south jersey apartment complex. cbs-3, "eyewitness
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Jun 6, 2015 5:00am PDT
, stop calling. >> reporter: after six years with john george dufresne decided to open up his own restaurant. almost overnight wd 50 became internationally known for its scientific approach to cooking called molecular astronomy. his most famous job was the fried dish. he cooked the eggs. >> i heard you hate the term molecular astronomy. do you think anyone was approaching it way you were in wd 50? >> maybe not in new york. maybe we were the early adopters of that thinking style in new york. we wanted to avail ourselves of that. >> the acclaimed culinary innovator wylie dufresne. welcome back. >> reporter: despite all his fame and the restaurants, michelin star wd 50 closed in 2014 because the building was sold. wiley's father dewey dufresne a former restauranteur was his business partner. >> reporter: did you want this for him? >> no. actually i tried very much to be an example of what not to become. i said you should be a plumber. they make good money, they're always needed and they often times have nights off. >> reporter: this is a little better, though, isn't it? >> no, i don'
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Apr 5, 2014 5:00am PDT
last three years some of they're blue-blood programs. they're not like a george mason or harvard making it. >> what game with kentucky. >> they're the team that sort of caught people by surprise and they also have this very tough road. they beat wichita state louisville, who people thought was going to win the tournament and michigan. >> do you think uconn has a chance to go all the way? >> i really do. thing any team can beat this tournament. connecticut, florida -- they're riding a win streak. >> 30-game win streak. >> they beat them on a buzzer beater. there's a little bit of a different issue there. a player was injured. it's not the same scenario. it was in connecticut, so that helps out. >> what about the other game? >> the other game kentucky they could win it all, to be honest. >> kentucky went into the season. people had high expectations but then they had a disappointing season. >> right. they were number one because they had recruited five freshmen. they struggled because they were freshmen. >> i have to say i'm somewhat mag any advertised to all the coaches. watching
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May 4, 2013 5:00am PDT
was one particular deception in september of 1944 where they were filling a hole in george pat on's line for seven days about a 40 mile hole in the line. and they held them there and prevented the germans from getting around and attacking patton in the rear. it was one of the more critical operations. >> who did they recruit? >> they had a lot of creative people especially for the visual deception. they recrueltyited a lot of artists. you want somebody with a good visual eye. and so they had a lot of folks like that in the unit. and one of them was a 21-year-old kid from indiana named bill blast. >> the designer? >> he went on to a good career as a fashion designer. >> so you was it that in this operation stayed secret for such a long time, 40 years, right? >> i think that the army wanted to preserve the idea that they put to use here in case we had a war with the russians. in case the cold war turned hot. here we had the deception unit that worked. it worked on battlefield against the nazis. we want to see if we can save that idea if we need it again. >> i love the name of the unit
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Oct 27, 2012 8:00am EDT
secretary for george w. bush. he ran a weak campaign. republicans had a lot of success in wisconsin but it's a new generation. i'm watching really closely to see whether or not this means wisconsin is becoming a serious swing state not just in this year's presidential and senate but ring. congressman rick berg was elected in 2010 but elected after democrats spent $2.5 million in north dakota very small state to define him. his unfavorable ratings very high and the woman he's running against the former attorney general is very popular throughout the state. >> the poll numbers show her behind. >> they do. one recent poll shows her down ten points 50-40. i i'm not sure i believe that. they think this race is closer although rick berg is ahead. a rare democrat in a republican state ahead. >> senator in jon tester running for re-election. most polls show a very tight race with the congressman. this is a race that's been essentially tied since he got in the race. montana only has one congressional seat. same number of people vote for him as tester in 2006. here's the clash of the titans. this
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Aug 24, 2013 5:00am PDT
of t role. george clooney value kilmer michael keaton. >> keaton got angry letters. wasn't tall enough. it worked out all right. >> we'll see what ben affleck does with the role. >> up next legendary billie jean king on her tennis match that changed sports and culture forever. this is "cbs this morning saturday." [ dog ] we found it together. on a walk, walk, walk. yeah, we found that wonderful thing. and you smiled. and threw it. and i decided i would never, ever leave it anywhere. because that wonderful bouncy, roll-around thing... had made you play. and that... had made you smile. [ announcer ] beneful. play. it's good for you. beneful is awarding a $500,000 dog park makeover... in the 2013 dream dog park contest. enter now. [ male announcer ] frequent heartburn? the choice is yours. chalky... not chalky. temporary... 24 hour. lots of tablets... one pill. you decide. prevent acid with prevacid 24hr. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] with new smucker's natural fruit spreads, every day can be truly extraordinary. ♪ ♪ spread a little sunshine with naturally delicious smucker's natu
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Mar 1, 2014 5:00am PST
holiday. >> that's right. they resisted it. that's a very powerful idea. they didn't want george washington to proclaim a thanksgiving day because they didn't think the president had the right to tell which days to take off. so it's an old idea that took until the civil war and abraham lincoln making a proclamation in 1863 for thereaftering to become a holiday and even then it was only a proclamation. it wasn't actually an official day off until 1870. >> labor day also has an interesting backstory. >> this is case where a political group has a right or a say. they were trying to get the government to help the labor groups. instead troops were being thrown down for strikes. to throw a bone labor day was created in september. >> we'll see what happens with opening dede. thank you so much. >> throw out the first pitch. >>> coming up how you cohave one without leaving north america. wru're watching "cbs this morning saturday." ♪ (announcer) from the company that invented litter comes litter re-invented. (woman) hey! toss me that litter! (announcer) introducing tidy cats lightweight
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Oct 12, 2013 5:00am PDT
was certainly accepted by george and the yankees and that yankee family. [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to get great deals the easy way. you do enough flying around. that's why we give you real big club card deals. this week, load up on your favorite coke products. 12 packs are $2.77 each. tide is $16.99 for 150 ounces. that's under 20 cents a load. and oikos greek yogurt is just a buck. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. >>> a government shutdown is unbelievable. no one is happy about it. in fact, the taliban issued a statement in which they criticized congress for putting themselves before everyone else. americans are thinking yeah, i have to go with them on this point. >> welcome to "cbs this morning saturday." i'm anthony mason. >> and i'm vinita nair. the oscar hotline is already buzz buzzing for tom hanks. >> some are disputing the hollywood version and a big lawsuit appears headed for trial. carter evans has the story. >> this is mask alabama. we are an unarmed freighter. we have a
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Oct 25, 2014 5:00am PDT
one another have grown infinitely. >>> the "washington post" says move over george jetson. the flying car has arrived. the flying convertible is making its debut. in about 20 seconds its folding wings can change from a car to a plane and vice versa. officials say it's more like a plane you can dry so it doesn't allow a quick out of the perfect jam. sticker price, four-seater starts at $207,000. i wonder if it comes with a runway. >> i don't know, but i want one. it's about 22 after the hour. now here's a look at the weather for your weekend. >>> coming up, job corpse is supposed to hem yum peeng get an education and a job but there's questions of violence in the program. >>> the supersonic sky dive that set a record. you're watching "cbs this morning: saturday." - ( helicopter whirring ) - ( roars ) ( siren wails ) ( pop music playing ) ♪ when you're ready ♪ ♪ ready, ready, ready ♪ ♪ come and get it ♪ ♪ get it, get it ♪ ♪ when you're ready come and get it ♪ ♪ na na na na ♪ ♪ na na na na na na na ♪ ♪ when you're ready come and get it ♪ ♪ na na n
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Dec 27, 2014 7:00am EST
2004 wiping out hundreds of villages and towns. >> former president george h.w. bush remains in a houston hospital. a family spokesman said the 41st president of the united states remains in great spirits. he's the oldest living former president. he suffers a form of parkinson's that required him to use a wheelchair. >>> this is the last weekend of the nfl season. there are still some must-win games. here with a preview of what to expect is nfl insider jason lacken fora of c b sbs sports. what's at stake? >> some playoff titles and seeds and more importantly, the buy. two teams get a weekend off and for a game that's this physical and demanding, that's vital. >> detroit lions plays the packers at green bay. they haven't won them in more than 20 years. can its happen? >> i think it can happen. right now green bay is having trouble protecting their quarterback aaron rodgers. he's kind of dinged up. detroit to me is one team who can go to seattle and beat seattle. >> we've got to two teams that are under 500 here. carolina versus atlanta. >> yeah, we do. and they're not going to be a
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May 18, 2013 5:00am PDT
the soviet union. john, paul george and ringo. the book is "how the beatles rocked the kremlin" and the author is lezslie wood. leslie, good morning. >> good morning. >> let's start with this spy thing. what exactly did you do? >> the russians taught me about going to russia and listening to boeing, so actually many spies. >> and you worked with the beatles and made them famous? >> the first thing i did as a rookie tv producer was go and make a little film with four unknown kids in liverpool who turned out to be the beatles. just a complete accident but i thought they were astonishing, nobody had really heard of them and within months they were the beatles. >> but they did, as you point out, i mean i actually worked in moscow in the early '90s and i met a lot of musicians there, not just musicians but other people who had managed to get ahold of essentially pirated beatles material, which was considered contraband wasn't it, back in the '60s. >> it was. having an album, you could lose your job, your education. the kremlin really was against the beatles. >> why is that? >> good quest
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Aug 16, 2014 7:00am EDT
. >> reporter: lina wen, an er doctor at george washington university who says she takes no payments from drug companies calls any delay in publishing the information unacceptable. >> i have a lack of faith in doctors who do not want to be transparent with their patients. doctors need to become accountable to the people we serve. >> reporter: cms declined to go on camera but said in an e-mail quote, data accuracy is critical to the success of this transparency program and cms is committed to ensuring the integrity of data made available to the public. it is now giving doctors 11 extra days until september 8th to preview and correct their payments information but won't delay the public rollout three weeks later. our messages to cgi the database contractor which also handled healthcare.gov were not returned. vi >>> up next medical news in our "morning rounds" including the death of robin williams in light of the revelation that he had parkinson's disease. >>> plus doctors david agis and holly phillips about a chemical used in antibacterial soap and toothpaste. this is "cbs this morning saturday.
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Jul 13, 2013 5:00am PDT
"cbs this morning" saturday. the murder case against george zimmerman in the shooting death against trayvon martin is in the hands of the jury. florida officials are pleading for calm whatever the verdict. >>> and as the leaker edward snowden emerges from hiding in a moscow airport plans to seek temporary asylum in russia. the white house says the russians are giving snowden a propaganda platform. >>> another fire. this time at london's heathrow airport. the news cost boeings shareholders billions. >>> and disgraced politicians seek forgiveness and a second chance. that and much more on "cbs this morning saturday," july 13th, 2013. captioning funded by cbs >>> and welcome to the weekend, and good morning, nancy cordes. >> thank you so much for having me. >> it's great to see you. we begin this morning with the murder trial of george zimmerman in florida. the fate of the former neighborhood watch volunteer is now in the hands of the jury. >> zimmerman is charged in the second-degree murder in the shooting death of trayvon martin, but the judge has also instructed the jurors they can
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Feb 8, 2014 5:00am PST
or robbery last year in the u.s. alone. >> so we're hearing george say that carriers aren't inlove with the idea. what are they proposing then. i need to know do i have to buy a whole new phone or is it something i can install on my current phone? >> it's pretty broad. it will allow many carriers to come up with a solution. in thee they would come up with a software application. even older phones could be retrofitted buchl ultimately they make money. they sell insurance plans. they're making money on that and they don't want that to go away. the simple database plan. they can shut down the phone. i think we need something more secure secure. >> so at the moment there's no financial incentive for the carriers in effect to do something here. >> indeed. if you're paying for insurance, they're making money that way. if you lose your phone, you have to buy a new phone and they're making money. >> george if you think this legislation passes for you in california it could extend across the country? is that your hope? >> yes i believe so. we have a coalition. debbie schneiderman and i have
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Apr 25, 2015 7:00am EDT
former security adviser in the bush administration george w. administration he's still bounds by some secrecies of the story. good morning, juan. >> good morning, anthony. >> what is the intelligence base that would order this? >> the president has ordered a near certainty standard but also request respect to the target and so that means, anthony, that those who are looking for al qaeda senior leaders and targets have to compile enough information to assure themselves that they are hitting an al qaeda contact. whoever the official is making the decision, enough confidence that you're hitting the rate target. >> i want to ask you about the statement from the family. they say while they praise certain personnel members in the fbi, they said overall other parts of the government, the support was exact disappointing. what does that comment really mean? are the cia and fbi working together? is there integration? >> there is integration, but there are challenges in communicating with the families, and i think the u.s. government has dropped the ball on occasion in terms of how they com
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Jul 6, 2013 5:00am PDT
volunteer george zimmerman. jurors heard from the mothers of both zimmerman and trayvon martin. mark strassmann has the story. >> reporter:cy sybrina fulton testified that the voice crying for help on the tape was her son trayvon martin. >> reporter: do you hear cries for help? yes. >> what do you hear? >> gunshots. >> you hear gunshots. >> yes. >> ma'am do you hear screaming and yelling. >> yes. >> who do you recognize that toeorge>>orr: b g eorge c was yelling. >> i heard my son scream. >> i certainly hope as a mom -- you certainly hope that your son trayvon martin would not have done anything that would have led to his own death, correct? >> what i hoped for is that this would have never have happen and he would still be here. that's my hope. >> reporter: the defense opened its case by calling gladys zimmerman, the defendant's mother. she was also asked about the voice on the 911 call. >> do you know whose voice was screaming the background? >> yes, sir. >> and whose voice was that? >> my son george. >> are you certain of that? >> because he's my son. >> i think they would look at
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