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Nov 23, 2013 5:00am PST
possible. george johnson is a science writer for national geogrask. george, good morning. >> good morning. >> where did this idea come about to preserve buildings, make digital copies of them? >> around 2003 remember when the taliban destroyed the buddha statues in afghanistan, and ben casera was shocked by this and realized he had invented the technology that he might be able to promote, to preserve digital replicas of things that are sdoid. if they disappear, they could be conjured up in cyberspace. >> i was fascinated by how they do this. they're essentially taking laser beams and going over every contour of a building and recreating it. is that -- >> yes, a lot like an old-fashioned tv camera where you would scan or electron beam off of every line across the scene, very rapidly. in this case 50,000 times a second you're bouncing a laser beam off the surface and preserving a picture, or replica of the exact contour. >> there's a project here that's kind of like a noah's arc, if you will accumulating all these buildings and putting them in a place. it's called sci arc, is that right? >>
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Jun 29, 2013 5:00am PDT
for the latest on this. >>> the george zimmerman trial is in recess this week. the nation is now talking not just about the case but race. really conversations exploding on social media discussing what happened on that fateful night. now there's talk prosecution witnesses helped the defense. we are going to look back at what happened and where the case goes from here. >>> the controversial cover of the upcoming new yorker magazine. it features bert and ernie snuggling. >>> we want to begin on the subject of marriage. same-sex couples rushing to get married. it started after a quick decision by a federal appeals court. gape gutierrez is here to explain why it caught so many people off guard. good morning. >> erica, good morning. major celebrations in parts of california. local officials had been saying same-sex marriages would resume here within the next month while the legal process dragged on. the ninth circuit court of appeals changed it faster than expected. within hours, four plaintiffs that overturned proposition 8, the same-sex marriage ban tied the knot. one couple in san
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Dec 29, 2012 5:00am PST
former president 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 goi
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Jun 13, 2015 7:00am EDT
to london for the big celebration. let's just say prince george kind of excited. there he is. >>> good morning everyone i'm's todd quinones. new this morning a home owner opens fire on a burglar in his olney home. this happened at around 4:00 a.m. in the 5900 block of b street, police tell us that the suspect was shot in the stomach, he is in critical condition this morning and police right now ara waiting to question that suspect. >>> now the eyewitness weather forecast meteorologist carol erickson is in the weather center good morning carol. >> it will be another hot day to day temperatures close to the 90-degree mark but bright out there looks nice and it vice warm. we have a temperature of 77 through center city a as we look at blue skies over ben franklin bridge. heading out to reading it is 74 at this point westerly wind at 14 miles an hour and you can see on storm scan three not much going on and we expect basically a dry day to day. our temperatures are in the 70's at this point with the exception of the poconos where it is 64 degrees. everybody heading up, 90 degrees
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May 9, 2015 7:00am EDT
. >>> 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 trailer was flipped. to the
CBS
May 2, 2015 8:00am EDT
pleaded guilty for hiles ro 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 andhe t avalanche that followed. a climber at mt. everest had a camera rolling. >>> the road has comeo t an end for b.b. king telling fans he's in home hospice care in las vegas.>> e> th muscular dystrophy association is pulling the plug on its traditional labor day telephone. >>> all that -- >> b theiggest 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 almel-tie hom 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 chilli
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Apr 27, 2013 5:00am PDT
was the greatest country singer of them all. we remember the hard life and sweet music of george jones. >>> and late-night talk show host conan o'brien emcees the white house correspondents' dinner dinner. all that and much more on april 27th 2013. captioning funded by cbs >>> and welcome to the weekend. mar grengaret brennan is back with us this week. nice to have you here. >> nice to be here. >> we have our guests including one of our favorite chefs fabio who's preparing one of our favorite dishes. >>> and a live performance by brandon victor dixon starring the hit "motown: the musical." >>> the bombing suspect is out of the hospital and in a prison and many are facing a struggle and the wide-ranging investigation goes on. elaine quijano is live in boston. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you, anthony. we're at the corner of doyles ton and dartmouth streets as investigators try to uncover more details of the tsarnaev brothers' lives. investigators moved the boat where one week ago they surrounded and captured dzhokhar tsarnaev. nearly 30 people remain hospitalized in
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Feb 14, 2015 5:00am PST
chef george mendez has written about his affection from portugal. we'll find out how it got him to the top of the world. >> we'll talk with ee loan bellow and you'll hairear their sounds in our "morning session." >>> another mid-winter storm blasting the northeast. boston has already received 80 inches of snow this winter. that's more than 6 1/2 feet and other parts of new england are still digging out of piles of snow from previous storms as the next round heads their way. >> between now and monday those areas will get a lot more snow and frigid temperatures. jericka duncan is there this morning, no doubt, shivering. good morning, jericka. >> reporter: good morning. the city is working to move as enough snow out of the way as possible. people are getting ready for their daily lives and routines to be interrupted once again by another storm expected to dump more than a foot of snow on top of what's already here. with a windchill at minus 13 degrees, boston city workers and the national guard were digging out neighborhoods before the next major snowstorm. boston has already receive
CBS
Jan 19, 2013 5:00am PST
constitution. it began with george washington almost two and a quarter centuries ago and while much has changed since then the essence of the event remains the same. >> i herbert george walker bush. >> there have been 46 since. there are speeches parades, and balls. but according to the u.s. constitution, the only requirement is for the president to take the oath. i do solemnly swear that i will faithfully execute the office of president of the united states and will to the best of my ability preserve protect, and defend the constitution of the united states. george washington was the first president to speak those words. his inauguration took place at federal hall in new york city on april 30th 1789. thomas jefferson was the first president sworn into office in washington, d.c., in 1801 just one year after it had become the nation's capitol. for more than a hundred years, inauguration day fell on march 4th to give the incoming chief executives time to plan their presidencies. that changed for franklin delano roosevelt's first term of office with the passage of the amendment. it sta
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Sep 27, 2014 5:00am PDT
. >> and all that matters. >> hollywood's most eligible bachelor will soon be a married man. george clooney and his fiancee will tie the knot in just a few hours. >> -- on "cbs this morning." >> chelsea clinton has given birth to a baby girl. she took to twitter for the announcement the first grandchild for former president bill clinton and secretary of state hillary clinton. >> get ready to be the lowest person of the pecking order in your family. captioning funded by cbs >> yeah, you're not the president anymore. welcome to the weekend, everybody. we also have an exceptional lineup of guests including chef harold moore who transforms his new jersey sensibilities into american high cuisine in no. >>> and later grammy nominated singer john. he's putting his own stamp on that great songwriting tradition. >>> we begin with this morning's top story, the race to restore airline service across the nation. after an alleged arson fire at an air traffic control center shut down chicago's two main airports, o'hare and midway. >> chicago is one of the nation's busiest airline hubs. let's get
CBS
Apr 25, 2015 8:00am EDT
. as a 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 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 communicate
CBS
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
CBS
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
CBS
May 2, 2015 7:00am EDT
role in traffic tie-ups near the george washington bridge. >> there was a lot more that will come out. >>> video that has just surfaced shows the moment that that earthquake hit nepal and the avenuealanche that climber on mount everest had a camera with him. >>> the road has come to an end for b.b. king. >>> the muscular dystrophy association is pulling the plug on its traditional labor day telethon. >> all that -- >> the biggest sports day of the year. the kentucky derby, and the night cap, the fight of the century. >> and all that matters. >> an a-bomb from a-rod. number 660, tying him with willie mays 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 announced that you were retiring i really thought he's joking. he's got to be joking. and then i remembered wait you're not funny. [ laughter ] captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to the program this morning, including the man in the front of a documentary on kurt cobain. he was given access to his storage facility of unseen video as well as a
CBS
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
CBS
Nov 3, 2012 8:00am EDT
certain of manmade creations of october surprises. george w. bush in 2000 his opponent likely dug up some dirt just five days before election there as well. >> that one actually you do see republicans blame, you know the close election there on that that was very surprising for a lot of people who had been wavering and thinking about george bush, gave them pause. that was an unbelievable tirade. people are worried this one will look like this one. here's some new information not a larger event. >> then in four days before election in 2004 between george w. bush and john kerry osama bin laden released a video. how did the candidates react? >> the democrats did not retook it positively. john kerry continues to blame his loss on that. he said they were doing well in the polls right up to that day and flat lined after that. it did underscore the main issue in that election with security as we all know in the post-9/11 era. it scared a lot of people. it played a role. whether it was decisive it was not that close of an election. >> how significant do you think hurricane sandy is going to
CBS
Jun 27, 2015 5:00am PDT
friday, in dallas texas, 85-year-old jack evans and 82-year-old george harris tied the knot after being together for 55 years. >> by the constitution of the united states i pronounce you spouses for life. >> but many were dismayed by the ruling including alabama governor robert bentley. >> marriage is at least on the biblical sense is defined as between one man and one woman. we have to go obviously by what the courts say, but i certainly can disagree with them and i do. >> alabama did begin issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples on friday, but two states mississippi and louisiana, delayed moving forward citing legal technicalities. in new orleans michael and his partner earl waited throughout the day for a marriage license, only to learn that they may not be able to get one for more than three weeks. >> it's disappointing that louisiana will not be following the movement that is happening around the country today. >> the couple will try again when the temporary legal obstacles are removed. >> waiting for 14 years we can probably wait another month. a few months if it had to be t
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Apr 18, 2015 5:00am PDT
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 this year. >>> 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 va
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Jul 20, 2013 5:00am PDT
death of george zimmerman and trayvon martin, president obama speaks out. jeff pegues has more. >> reporter: good morning, vinita. it was one of those occasions where the president weighs on race one of the topics he's been criticized about not talking about enough. >> trayvon martin could have been me 35 years ago. >> reporter: in a surprise appearance in the white house briefing room, nearly a week after a jury found george zimmerman not guilty, president obama weighed on the verdict. >> i think it's important to realize that america is looking at this as a set of experiences and history that doesn't go away. >> reporter: six jurors acquitted george zimmerman in the shooting death of trayvon martin. the verdict drew criticism from african-american leaders and prompted protests in some cities. >> there are very few african-american men who doesn't have the experience of being followed shopping in a department store. that includes me. there are very few african-american men who haven't had the experience of walking across the street and hearing the locks click on the doors of c
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Aug 2, 2014 5:00am PDT
plying. >> indiana paul george snapped his leg coming down under the basket. >> -- and all that matters -- >> 15,000 cars like this one are available this weekend for the national hot rod association. >> -- on "cbs this morning: saturday." >> a great day for the holy father. the number one, start every day watching justin bieber getting punched in the face. captioning funded by cbs >>> and welcome to the weekend. we also have a great lineup of guests for you this morning including multiple grammy nominee torey amos performing songs from her well received 14th solo album right here in studio 57. >>> and his hit restaurant is called the purple pig. chef jeffy baos delivers his fourth generation cooking talent to "the dish." >>> first, the rapidly expanding ebola outbreak in west africa. the deadly disease has already killed more than 700 people and health officials are racing to keep up. >>> this morning the first of the two american aid workers inspected with the virus will be transported to emory university hospital in atlanta for immediate treatment. vicente arenas is at the hospital.
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Dec 8, 2012 5:00am PST
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Jun 20, 2015 5:00am PDT
on george jones' classic "he stopped loving her today." and he played steel and norman put a number played on more than 100 sessions with elvis. but in the mid 60s, few knew about the loose group of session musicians to came to be called the nashville cats. how did you feel about essential essentially being in the shad snows. >> that's what we did. >> the song and the artist were the picture and we're the frame. >> reporter: but that began to change in 1965 when charlie mccoy was invited to sit in on a recordings session with bob dylan. >> dylan said i'm getting ready to record a song why don't you play along. >> reporter: dylan was so impressed, he recorded his next three albums in nashville. >> he came to nashville in february of 1966 and the first album he made was his master piece "blond on blond." >> reporter: curator michael gray says dylan was among the first to credit musicians on his album cover, using artists like mccoy and a young charlie daniels. what did dylan coming to nashville mean to this town and to you guys? until then the rock press had shown little respect for n
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May 23, 2015 5:00am PDT
historic park. there's a colonial home used for george washington. >> let's talk about the elroy sparta state trail in wisconsin. >> it started in 1967. it's about 32 miles. what's great about it it's on the tracks that were built in 1973. it goes through three rock tunnels. one of which is about a mile long and 30 converted train bridges. it's very cool. >> next we go to south dakota, something called the george is. mick olson trail which has 110 trails? >> what's crazy about this it goes through the crazy horse monument and it's the old railroad which serviced the gold rush in the black hills. here's the fun part it ends in dead hill's. if you're wondering where dead man's happened comes from, he was holding it. >> this is the shortest. nine miles long eastern kansas. >> this is the shortest. americans went west in 1965 and it's the site of the phoneny express. there's even an old pony express station still there. i just hope they're not waiting for their mail. >> i don't think of hiking and biking when i think of las vegas but there's a trail there too? >> 30 miles outside of las veg
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Aug 23, 2014 5:00am PDT
portrait of george washington. the first lady escaped just before the british ransacked and set the first residence ablaze. the fire burned for several days leaving the building in ruin. only the stone exterior was left standing. two years ago, british prime minister david cameron visited the white house. he and the president spoke about the significance of that night. >> it's now been 200 years since the british came here to the white house under a somewhat different circumstances. they really lit up the place. >> as i stand here to think that 200 years ago my ancestors tried to burn this place down. 230u looking looking around me, i can see you have the place a little better defended today. >> people forget about it. but it's the turning point really. >> it really was. extraordinary. very punfunny. >>> coming up, a crack in the earth that has scientists puzzled. it stretches for about a mile and even cut a highway in half. we'll tell you about it. you're watching "cbs this morning: saturday". >>> part of the appreciation for the men and women in uniform was a shower for 40 military moms
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Nov 1, 2014 5:00am PDT
than former president george w. bush's before the 2006 mid terms when his republican party lost control of the house and senate. a sign of how unpopular the president is by sunday he will have attended seven rallies, and in 2010 he headlined 20 rallies. >>> for more on the election we turn to the political director john dickerson. everybody is talking about obama, and seems like that's the only thing people are talking about how he affects the mid-term election, and he's not on the ballot. >> that has been the dynamic of the race and you had republicans saying the word obama, and showing his face in commercials and doing everything to keep it about president obama and national trends, and democrats talk about what they have done in the state, and talk about the deficiencies of their opponent and their own record and that's the dynamic we have seen. so far, the republicans seem to have had the better strategy in part because the news has been so focused on the national issues. >> what are the key states to be focussed on? >> depends. you have the seven red states the states that
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Jul 4, 2015 5:00am PDT
team and how they can beat japan tomorrow night. >>> and she carried laughy edied lafayette to george washington's aide. an exactly replica for 18th century warship is here. >>> and they may not be as known as the grand can yoryon or mount everest but they are just as awesome. >>> america on highest alert for this fourth of july inspired by islamic jihadists such as isis. mark with more. >> the fbi has no specific credible threat against the holiday but does have heightened concern. it's is has called for attacks against members of the military, law enforcement, the u.s. government and the american public. so this weekend, 7,000 extra police are on patrol in new york city. chicago officers are on 12 hour shifts. and all visitors to see the fireworks on the national mall here in washington will be screened. the fbi has set up coordination centers around the country with special tsa teams assigned to large air travel hubs. >> obviously everyone's concerns have been raised because of all the isis activity that is going on around and because of, you know, the marathon bombing. we're just
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Feb 9, 2013 8:00am EST
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 >>> tomorrow night cbs will broadcast the 55
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May 30, 2015 7:00am EDT
be a journalist. >> that raises some 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 can't get over that. >> 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. >> gr
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Sep 28, 2013 8:00am EDT
dollars worth of jewelry. anyone with information should call prince georges county police. >>> baltimore woman is asking for the public's help to find a long time pet. a 20-year-old tortoise. tortly scaled -- escaped a week ago. he can move quickly. she fears that he could be stuck. so far, no sights or sounds of tortly. here is a look at the exclusive eye witness news first warning five-day forecast. >>> here's the city that never sleeps or so the saying goes and now this map from social networking site foursquare shows what new yorkers do all day and all night. >> the dazzle map changes in color and intensity as the day goes on, reflekting what people in the city are doing throughout the day from the surge of commuters in the morning shown in yellow to the blue boom of the night life once the sun sets. >> stunning. welcome to "cbs this morning saturday." i'm anthony mason. >> and i'm anne-marie green. we begin this half hour with the dramatic wrap-up of another trial over michael jackson's death four years ago. this one is a negligence lawsuit filed by jackson's mother a
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Dec 21, 2013 5:00am PST
this was a tv movie thataried here on cbs. that was george t. scott. >> the good rule of thumb is the grumpier the guy, the better the scrooge. george t. scott was one who played so many miserable characters. when you're a guy who's so miserable, when that transformation takes place it's so much more compelling. to go from yelling in the streets to dancing with children, if he can do it anyone can do. >> and i didn't see this one in 1999 played on tnt. >> it's not as well known but it's a good one. patrick stewart, we think of at captain piccard. he treats it like leer. there's a waitiness for them. >> michael caine certainly did well. >> the nice part about the moneyets they're so loveable and joyous, who couldn't love the muppets. well ebenezer scrooge. it instantly shows what kind of a jerk he is. he's a softer scrooge, michael caine, but look at that. big moneyets. look at him dancing. i think it works for that version. >> let's go to the worst. by the way i want to put in a vote for mr. ma goo. that was my favorite. >> mine too. >> what do you think of as the worst? >> sitcom
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Dec 28, 2013 5:00am PST
blockbuster year. it's rolling out more superheroes, more hobbits, and more george clooney. >> here with us is matt singer. good morning to you sfwhood morning, guys. >> let's start with the high-profile shows. january 17 "jack ryan." >> it's a new story. it's not based on any of the original tom clancy novels. he's a young guy. first mission. kevin costner is in it keira nightly. shakespeare to stanley. >> "the mon meants men." >> yeah. george clooney has assembled this team with bill murray and matt damon to save the great works of europe from the nazis essentially. >> a lot of good-looking men in this, if i can say sew. >>> there's a sequel called "muppets: most wanted." >> the kids love it. the adults love it. how do we get everyone in the theatre. the adults and the kids. you've got tina fey, ricky gervais, some of the more adult themed human actors to draw in on the human audiences. >> then we've got a possible biblical blockbuster, russell crowe in "noah's ark?" >> yeah. spoiler alert. i think there will be flooding going on not to ruin the rest of the mean. he used that movie's success
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Oct 4, 2014 5:00am PDT
workers 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.
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Aug 31, 2013 5:00am PDT
appearance since the birth of baby prince george. what was that about? >> we were very surprised to see that because we were told she wasn't due to attend. she woke up, felt great, and decided to join her husband. it's to launch it. it was their last public engagement before prince william finishes his job and they move to their new home. >> they've been private when it comes to sharing details. we heard the one interview. how they handling all the scrutiny about the new baby? >> that's exactly right. very, very privately. since the scenes outside the hospital and then kensington palace, they've gone to ground. they've been hunkering down at the middleton home and their other home is extremely private. so we haven't seen a glimpse of prince george again but they're expected to atenltd a wedding in two weeks' time where prince william will be best man and they believe they will be taking prince george with them then. >> thanks so much for being with us. >>> it's about 11 minutes after the hour. and now here's a look at the weather for your weekend. >>> up next, you've about got to ha
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Jan 18, 2014 5:00am PST
there, they say, and close out the george washington bridge. he said if anybody says what's going on, he said, tell them there's a traffic study. take a look at the traffic study from the george washington bridge. >> will closing three lanes on the world's busiest bridge cause traffic delays? yeah. this concludes the george washington bridge traffic study. >> at least they tested it. >> welcome back to "cbs this morning saturday."anthony mason. >> and i'm vinita nair. new jersey governor chris christie is scrambling to save his career and a possible shot of a presidency in the face of a scandal. >> they're investigating last year's closure lanes from new jersey to manhattan with essentially of chris christie's top staffers subpoenaed to testify. >> right now they have documenting from both former and current members of governor christyie christie's current staff. charles mckenna and maria kamala, his communications director. also on the list the governor's chief spokesperson michael drewniak. it shows drewniak had dinner with port authority official and christie appointee david wilds
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Jul 25, 2015 8:00am EDT
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 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 nuclear deal. >> the "san francisco chronicl
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Aug 10, 2013 5:00am PDT
lovers there's this whole category. you have george who's done more than 900 audio books. simon advance and some people actually listen to whatever's narrated. they'll listen to their whole body of work. >> it's interesting. i listened to jim dale who does the harry poulter books. he has his own from that. i asked him if he can get rich from that. he said no but certainly you can change that. >> you know for a struggling actor it beats waiting tables as you say. you could make $450 an hour $150 an hour. i talked to one actor who use done 70 of these in the last few years. >> juliard and yale are now offering audio narration workshops. >> exactly. >> do you think in the long run this can make people fall in love with the classics again because you can hear them and doan have to sit down and take the time to read them? >> it could have that effect for sure. it's interesting. people absorb information easily. if it's a complex novel, you want to go back and read it you can understand it. it depends. >> nonetheless, i now want an audio book. >> thanks for having me. >>> coming up ne
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Feb 21, 2015 5:00am PST
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 actors who worked with speedielberg. >>> it's 2 x 3 after the hour. here's a look at your weekend. >>> 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". in our house, we do just about everything online. and our old internet just wasn't cutting it. so i switched us from u-verse to xfinity. they have the fastest, most reliable internet. which is perfect for me, because i think everything should just work. works? works. works! works? works. works. event led her to a fashion show in her hometown of st. louis. she's now appeared in her 14th fashion show. >> it's funny when you say it out loud. was discovered in mall in st. louis. i never had been on a plane. funny that
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Apr 12, 2014 5:00am PDT
far. 200 years ago george washington led troops into the field, the first and only time the president led troops to put down a tax rebellion, the whiskey rebel rebellion. we've been fighting about this for a long time. the civil war was the first. there have always been taxes and tariffs paid on things coming in or going out of the 1862 to pay f the war, signs the first income tax. i hate to sea it 3% was the bottom, 5% was the top. >> ouch. i want to go back to that date. >> how did we go to that? >> it was first introduced on march 1st. then they moved it back to march 15th. and then in 1955 to april 15th. the ostensible reason was the tax system was getting big, there were more returns to deal with and the irs needed more time to deal with those returns. some people have suggested it's a way for the government to hold onto refunds a month longer keeping that interest in the federal reserve rather than in your bank account. >> right. when did this actually become part of our constitution though? >> the income tax was declared unconstitutional back in 1894 and they fought f
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Feb 22, 2014 5:00am PST
? >> one person i would say george perrier jimi hendrix and my mother. >> that's a great group of people. >> i knew anthony would lov milk carton kids whose rich har moye ins have made them stars of contemporary folk music. you're watching "cbs this morning saturday.." >> announcer: "the dish" sponsored by smucker's. with a name like smucker's, it has to be good. that makes every day simply...extraordinary. ♪ ♪ with a name like smucker's it has to be good. across america, people like basketball hall of famer dominique wilkins, are taking charge of their type 2 diabetes with non-insulin victoza. for a while, i took a pill to lower my blood sugar, but it didn't get me to my goal. so i asked my doctor about victoza. he said victoza works differently than pills and comes in a pen. and the needle is thin. victoza is an injectable prescription medicine that may improve blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes when used with diet and exercise. it is not recommended as the first medication to treat diabetes and should not be used in people with type 1 diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis. vic
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Nov 17, 2012 5:00am PST
campaign, political capital and now i intend to spend it. >> hubris slowed down george w. bush's second term followed by the war in iraq and 2008 financial crisis. with history as a guide president obama is looking to learn from his own mistakes. >> i hope and intend to be an even better president in the second term than i was in the first. >> john meacham is a pulitzer prize winning historian. he wrote about the prospects of president obama's second term. he's author of a new book "thomas jefferson, the art of power." good morning. first of all, why do presidents stumble so badly in second terms? >> absolutely, it's because, i think the president's clock now moves towards history. everybody else in washington's clock is moving towards the next election. and so his interests and their interests begin to divide as every day passes which is why it's so important to get things done early. >> the president even acknowledged all of this in his first press conference. he recognizes the curse of second term presidents. >> people who try to domestic big things first. and i think the president h
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Jun 6, 2015 7:00am EDT
they finally said okay, 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'
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