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Nov 15, 2014 7:00am EST
. >>> plus china gets cheesy. the country that once didn't like it is now obsessed with cheese. we'll show you what sparked the change. >>> but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >>> hate it. freezing freezing. >> november is turning into novemberrrr. >> record cold grips the country. >> most of the states are colder right now than parts of alaska. >> hue about a warmup before thanksgiving. >> president obama kicked off his visit to australia with the g-20 summit. >> this week i traveled to burma, china, australia. i have no idea what time it is right now. >> the bill has passed. >> another bill to approve the keystone pipeline and this one will be taken up in the senate. >> the philae has not been able to charge up its batteries and it's gone into shutdown mode. >> chuck haggle orders a top to bottom search. >> the program uncovered serious, serious problems. >> up close and personal with humpback whales. >> all that -- >> julianne congratulations. >> welcome to the 18th hollywood film awards. >> let's move in. the only award show wit
CBS
Feb 15, 2014 5:00am PST
end global trading. it's fueled by soaring demand in china where it's considered a status symbol by wealthy chinese and rising middle class. a merchant told cbs news he'd even sold to government officials. >> you get chinese government officials. >> yeah. >> they bought from you. >> yeah. >> reporter: it's been going on since 1989. it's believed there's only between 250,000 and 500,000 elephants left in africa. for "cbs this morning saturday," charlie d'agata, london. >>> "national geographic" reporter brian christy has written extensively on the illegal issuery trade including an in-death cover story just last year. he's in philadelphia. good morning to you, brian. >> good morning, vinita. >> so why new restrictions this week? >> well, we're seeing unprecedented levels of killing of elephants in africa. there's an elephant killed every 15 minutes now. it's bloody. the people who protect them are being killed. and the u.s. government has decided to try to close a major loophole that's operated in the united states that's enabled -- even though there has been a ban as you mentioned s
CBS
Jan 11, 2014 5:00am PST
] what?! quattro!!!!! ♪ ♪ >>> coming up, it's bitter cold in northern china, perfect weather to visit what's known as the ice city. that's where some of the most amazing ice artwork can be found at the international snow and ice festival. >> it really is beautiful. they say cranes had to be brought in. some of those ice cubes are 550 pounds. >> this is just spectacular. i want to live there. that's ahead on "cbs this morning saturday." >> bring a jacket. i just had a dream i was at mattress discounters with tempur-pedic and the largest selection of memory foam mattresses under one woof! icomfort by serta, optimum by posturepedic, comforpedic by beautyrest. ooh, 48 months interest-free financing, free delivery and queen size memory foam mattress sets as low as $697! that's more mattresses than you could shake a bone at. ♪ mattress discounters ♪ >>> it's a true story of an irish women who has a baby and has to keep the secret for 50 years and the nuns have an involvement on that and you play the reporter, right, who decides after losing his job to take on this human interest story a
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Jun 8, 2013 5:00am PDT
two-day summit with china's president. the white house hopes this will be an opportunity for the two to get to know one another and discuss serious matters including the contentious issue of cyber security. chip reid has the latest on how the talks are going. >> reporter: president obama reiterated about u.s. complaints about china's hacking into u.s. businesses and the pentagon. china's president xi says they also are concerned about the attacks. possible insisted that his position on cyber security with china is not undermined by revelations that the u.s. government is tracking the phone records of millions of americans. earlier in the day, the president defended that program, arguing that it prevents terrorist attacks while only modestly infringing on privacy. >> nobody is listening to your telephone calls. >> reporter: the white house chose a resort near palm springs for the summit in the hope that the summit would encourage an air of informality and get them to speak more candidly. in fact, the tone of their candor was mostly positive with both presidents calling for a new model
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Nov 29, 2014 7:00am EST
. it's that time of year. everyone is decorating. >>> in china, they have the biggest water diversion project. >> next month they'll turn on the tachlt the tap. seth doane went to the source of the problem. >> reporter: this was once the river. it ran dry along with 27,000 other rivers in china. this environmentalist says they're facing a water crisis. >> some of the cities in the large china plain are suffering from a severe water shortage. >> reporter: to try to solve the problem, china's government is planning to spend nearly $80 billion to build around 2,700 miles of waterways almost enough to stretch from new york to los angeles. four-fifth of china's water lies in the south and the idea is to move some of that water to the parched and popular north by connecting existing water. that's relocate 3g 50,000 people to settlements like this one. did you want to come to this place? >> it does not matter whether you're willing to move or not. the government told us we'd have to move. if we didn't our home would be under water. she used to sell jade. now she scrapes by selling whatever s
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Sep 27, 2014 7:00am EDT
. our next update at 7:57. see you then. >>> in southwest china a double amputee set out to climb a mountain using only his hands. chin jo who lost his legs in a train accident as a teenager used his strength in his arms and some small boxes to balance his body on some mountain steps. >> that's truly incredible. he hauled himself up on chains hanging off a vertical cliff. after 40 hours he reached the top of the peak and waved a flag from the glass platform. he said, like life if you can get to the top of the mountain, you can see the best scenery. >>> up next a tragic reminder of 9/11. three firefighters died of cancer on the same day this week 13 years after being exposed to toxic debris at ground zero. >> a funeral is planned today for lieutenant howard bush auchlt services were held yesterday for the others robert leaver and as elaine quijano reports danieling he lunld. >> reporter: new york city fire fieger daniel heglund spent 20 years. his brother paul. >> it was stage 4 when he was diagnosed, so it wasn't early. it had spread too far. >> reporter: the doctor of new york's mt
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Jun 27, 2015 8:00am EDT
after its victory over china? >> but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >>> the threat is still out there. he's considered dangerous. >> the manhunt intensifies for an escaped killer in upstate new york. >> one dead one on the run. >> matt was shot and killed by a border patrol agent. >> sweat now being chasedy b 1100 officers. >> we'll do what we have to do to bring them to justice. >> white house is lit up in rainbow colors tonight to celebrate sthemeupre court decision legalizing same-sex marriage. >> finally, yes. >> love won today. >> at least 38 people were killed here at the seaside re sort in tunisia where isis says a local engineering student opened fire. ♪ amazing grace ♪ >> the president of the u.n. lends his voice to remembering victims of the chstarleon south carolina shootings. >> dark out there. >> two more sharks off north carolina coast. >> a family encount ears dangerous hitchhiker at yellowstone national park. >> a tourist gist a bit too close. >> and all that matters. >> usa will go on the semifinal for the sev
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Aug 30, 2014 5:00am PDT
trips to china courtesy of china. both have rue tinily voiced concerns about rights of china and cuba. the cost was estimated at $10,000 per person. >>> the "sacramento bee" says the plastic bag ban heads to jerry brown's desk. it's described as being environmentally friendly but also rough on businesses. >> the wall"the wall street journal" says u.s. utility companies may be pushing interest in the development of electric cars just a little too hard. some companies are asking to tack on a fee of its bill to customers to pay for the pilot program. critics say it's unfair because it would require all to pay for something that would only be used if by a few people. >>> the london telegraph says $1,375 to be precise for a hunk of the 33-year-old dessert marking prince charles and princess diana's marriage in 1981. the practice of seeking royal wedding cakes seeks back to queen victoria days in the 1840s. apparently a slice also from the wedding not the actual cake sold six years ago for just about the same price. >> apparently there's a very serious group of wedding cake collectors out t
CBS
Nov 30, 2013 5:00am PST
fighter jets. this marks the first time japan has scrambled its air. it's after china's controversial move to sets up an air defense zone one week ago. the fighter jets did not suddenly approach our aircraft. there was no unusual situation. while japan and north korea have ordered it washington has played it safe. u.s. commercial airlines have been told to comply with beijing's demand that they file their flight plans with chinese authorities in vance. meanwhile china's ambassador told the paper that the possibility of ban issuing it was nil. he set up a hotline and o'emergency communication procedures and a risk of a mispopulation and military clash over the saes worsening. japan and u.s. are preparing a fresh denunciation of china's action next week when biden is sent. his itinerary including talks with china and south korea. reports say seoul is weighing its air defense zone. we wait as the world's biggest game of chicken drags on. for "cbs this morning," this is lucy craft, tokyo. >>> north korea has released the video of an american tourist they've detained the for more than a month.
CBS
Nov 9, 2013 5:00am PST
among the most powerful ever seen turns toward china with winds up to 100 miles an hour and stronger gusts. seth doane reports live from beijing. >> the nl bully investigation surrounding two miami dolphin players heats up. why both players are now in los angeles. >>> plus, it's a giant. the most powerful, most capable, and most expensive aircraft carrier in history. today it gets a name. the "uss gerald r. ford." >> and turning the light on spider-man. the troubles that very nearly sank a broadway hit. all that and much more on "cbs this morning saturday", saturday, november 9th, 2013. captioning funded by cbs >>> and welcome to the weekend. we also have some great guests here in studio in studio 57 this morning including will chef here to perform songs from the great est album. >> and the chef. we'll find out what's behind the seemingly simple italian staple. >> but first this morning's top story, now what's typhoon haiyan, it's now in the south china sea heading toward vietnam and china. the storm raced across the philippines with winds at 147 miles an hour and gusts at 170 when i
CBS
Feb 1, 2014 5:00am PST
umpire state building was in red and gold lights to signify prosperity. we have the report on how china up celebrates the occasion. >> reporter: it's a crush of humanity during the lunar new year holiday. chinese take $3.5 billion trips,e combining multiple modes of transport jest to get home. the images are startling. only more so if you are one of th the travelers. this woman and her husband are this leaving beijing to see their in the parents in central china.al what do you think about going going home today? >> we are so excited. >> spring is coming. everybody needs to be together. >> reporter: we tagged along to brave the crowds at one of beijing's four strain stations. they call this the largest annual migration on earth. here, it certainly feels that tion way. o it makes waiting areas feel more like holding pens. how difficult is it to get a train ticket during this holiday during period? >> within five minutes, pe everything is sold out.ything >> reporter: 6.5 million people >> travel daily by train during the spring festival. migrant workers pack into train for cars while platf
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Mar 22, 2014 5:00am PDT
from the u.s., australia, and new zealand, will soon be joined by aircraft from china and japan. they will continue to solve the mystery disappearance of flight 370. anthony and vinita. >> holly perth in australia. thank you. >>> during her visit to beijing, the first lady michelle obama talked about the missing jet airliner with the students at peking university. >> my husband said they're offering as much is that can the assist in the search and please know that we are keeping all of the families and loved ones of those who were on the flight lost in our prayers at this very difficult time. >> reporter: seth doane has been following this story since it broke and he follows this story from kuala lumpur, malaysia. seth good morning. >> reporter: good morning. here all eyes are on the search off the coast of western australia but as holly broadcast, the news of the chinese satellite seemed to take the acting transport minister by surprise. he seemed surprised by that news. just earlier he mention thad a high delegation went to beijing today to meet with the passengers' family members t
CBS
Jul 11, 2015 7:00am EDT
those numbers quickly ballooned and this week officials said the hackers believed to be from china accessed the personal information of 21.5 million people including anyone who had submitted government background checks their families and friend friends. fbi director james comey called it a treasure trove of information. social security numbers, addresses, fingerprints health and financial histories. >> we didn't ask you to come read statements. we want to know why you didn't encrypt the information. >> jason chaifetz was one who grilled archuleta and called for her to be fire. he said the administration needs to get to the bomb of how the breach happen and protect the tens of millions of people affected. >> one of the ongoing problems is they still haven't fixed the season. we're still feeding the beast. we're pouring information that we know it's not is to cure. it's not an easy fix, but they even got to get it right away. >> bess colbert will be replacing katherine archuleta. now, vinita officials won't say whether the president's personal information was compromised the breach
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Nov 3, 2012 5:00am PDT
jeep is moving jobs from buckeye state to china. >> folks that work at the jeep plant have been having to call-up their employers because they are worried. of course it turns out it's not true. the car companies themselves have told governor romney knock it off. knock it off. that's what they said. >> reporter: the obama campaign contends that ad is romney's undoing. it's gotten a lot of attention here most of it negative. both side are working overtime to project confidence in this race but david axelrod took it to another level yesterday contending that obama was so fired up that his speeches were coming directly from his loins. definitely a new one out here on the campaign trail. >> nancy cordes in mentor ohio with the final countdown. thanks nancy. >> from his loins. mitt romney is working equally hard on this last weekend of campaigning. he's dispatched a wave of high-profile surrogates to make his final sales pitch. jan crawford is with the romney campaign in new hampshire. >> reporter: good morning. we saw governor romney yesterday start making his closing arguments and r
CBS
May 31, 2014 5:00am PDT
. >> hagel suggested china is undermining security in east asia with its territorial disputes in the south china sea. a chinese defense official called the u.s. groundless adding, quote, americans are make me important con starjs mistakes right now. >>> a high school teacher is charged with beating a handcuffed student in a wheelchair. it apparently erupted when a 17-year-old who has cerebral palsy didn't won't to go to class. >> the guardian of britain says a massive cloud from an volcano eruption is riising to australia. the ash cloud is expected to last for several days and could spread to other parts of australia, adding to additional travel woes. >> you have to wonder if you can smell that and feel that. >>> and astronauts in nasa took a dry run on hawaii's big run before venturing out to theed by moon. it shows them testing out the volcanic terrain in the 1960s. the pictures are now part of the space center that it's very cool. it's about 22 after the hour. now here's a look at the weather for your weekend. >>> coming up twitter spurs a frenzied treasure hunt for bundles of cash that
CBS
Feb 7, 2015 7:00am EST
the rise of china, russian aggression cybercrime the threat of isis and terrorism, we have to deal with it all. the challenge is how do we do that and how do we do that within our means? >> juan thank you. >>> as we mentioned, president obama is outlining a new national security blueprint. he focuses on threats of isil also known as isis al qaeda, cyberattacks nuclear weapons, climate change and disease. >>> tax season has barely started and authorities in 19 states are reporting significant increases in fraudulent filing activity. concerns raised over suspicious filings prompted an online third-party tax preparation service to shut down its state filing services for 24 hours. turbo tax is back online ensuring customers that filed that they have nothing to worry about. jill joins us with more. this is people filing tax returns in someone else's name taking the refund. how could they have fixed this in 24 hours? >> we're not sure. i think they had a third party security firm come in. they audited and quickly they say they discovered this was not a hack of turbo tax. so really think
CBS
Mar 15, 2014 5:00am PDT
information. >> reporter: officials are now ending the search in the south china sea and redirecting some of the more than 100 search vessels currently looking for flight 370. >> over the last seven days we have followed every lead and looked into every possibility. for the families and friends of theirs involved we hope this new information brings us one step closer to finding the plane. >> reporter: police here in malaysia confirm to cbs news that the pilots and kru members' homes have been under surveillance and now they have been searched. vinita anthony? >> seth doane in kuala lumpur. thank you. >>> good morning. >> good morning. >> there was a lot covered. there was human intervention additional seven hours of flight time we hadn't heard of up to this point. what was happening during the seven hours? >> certainly we need to be looking and try to understand what happened. now that we understand there's human intervention i think we're going to have to stop using our accident investigation techniques and begin turning this into more criminal investigation techniques. >> one of the things
CBS
Dec 20, 2014 7:00am EST
of china, certainly russia, iran, and syria, they claim to deny it. it's hard to prove in public. and you heard in the fbi's explanation as to how they determined north korea's culpability, a desire not to reveal too much as to what we know and how we know it. north cree kra knows that and they know we're going to have difficulty talking publicly about the proof behind why they were behind the attack. >> juan, when we look at this i mean you look at a company like sony and you think how can their system get infiltrated like this. should we be shocked by this? >> well, anthony, you've seen this year has been a year of major cyber infiltrations. you've seen at the start of the show major hacks and target and home depot major banks like jpmorgan who have security in place have been hacked as well. the reality is private companies are right in the middle of this and have to ensure that they're securing their systems. but the reality is you have state actors sophisticated ones like north korea, going after data and trying to destroy some of these companies, and that is a difficult thi
CBS
Jul 6, 2013 5:00am PDT
blooms of algae have been washing up on the beaches in china. the phenomenon is huge nearly the size of the state of connecticut but it hasn't stopped determined swimmers from going in the water. >> wow. well officials have already removed 20 tons of algae from the beaches. it's the largest bloom since 2008. that one covered 5,000 square miles. >> would you go swimming in that? >> it doesn't make me want to go in the water i've got to be honest. >> i wonder if there's great white sharks over there. >> i don't know about that. >> welcome to "cbs this morning saturday." i'm anthony mason. >> and i'm margaret brennan. >> we reported in march about gladys who was moved to the cincinnati zoo from texas after her birth mother abandoned her. terrell brown is here with an update that will make you smile. good morning, terrell. >> anthony and margaret good morning to you both. we took a trip back. i had ta chance to meet the newest arrival at the time. here was the challenge. take an abandoned baby gorilla, raise her until show's ready to be placed with a new family a new gorilla family
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Oct 20, 2012 5:00am PDT
, one of the great to enjoy the food. like china. >> how many restaurants do you have now? >> i consult on some of them. i own some of them. about 14. >> how do you keep these dishes spinning. >> difficult. >> did you always know that you wanted to do this as a businessman or was this more of a love a passion of your? >> i think it was always a passion and, you know did different concepts and different place around the globe. i think it's a fun thing. >> when did you know you wanted to open your first restaurant. when did you know you wanted to do this. >> when i was approached to doing it. i traveled. >> who are your favorite people to cook for? >> you know i like to cook for my family friend. >> do they have a favorite meal? >> i think we all cook together. we will have a big fight. >> really? >> i love that there's a fight. is there wine involved? >> always. always wine. >> do they know how lucky to have you in the house? >> i mean i think they enjoy it. but it's always a competition in the kitchen. >> what is the one tip this beef it's beautiful, the whole thing. what's your
CBS
Oct 11, 2014 5:00am PDT
china. the other two gymnast were ducking and dodging it and she tweeted after the event, i don't do bugs. >>> and then new voter id laws. this morning, less than a month before the mid-term elections, controversial laws in texas and wisconsin are on hold. >> wisconsin's law requiring voters require id has been on the books for three years but has not been informed because it has been argued that it discriminates to minority orders, and last month the law was given a green light. now in a new twist, the u.s. supreme court put wisconsin's law on hold. the court did not give a reason for the decision but republican governor scott walker predicted it will eventually be upheld. >> it makes it easy to vote and hard to cheat and we think protecting the integraity of every vote is important. >> and the law in texas was struck down by one judge, and she found more than 600,000 registered voters do not have the kind of id required by the law and it primarily affects poor people who the legislature knew were african-american and latino. and the defense fund played a key role in the texas case.
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Aug 2, 2014 7:00am EDT
grade to talk to you. have good morning. >> thanks. >>> an explosion in china killed people. they supply parts for general motors. many of the injured workers were covered in soot and seriously burned. a preliminary investigation suggested the explosion was triggered by an open flame in a room filled with metal dust particles. >>> tropical storm bertha is lashing the eastern caribbean with heavy rains and strong winds this morning. the storm is centered about 95 miles south of st. croix in the virgin islands. power was knocked out on some island. it's expected to pass past per and puerto rico and dominican republic today. >>> a lightning strike set off a blaze that was set off by high winds and dry kbs. 11,000 acres have burned since thursday. several buildings were damaged and dozens of people were forced to evacuate east of ashland, oregon. >> it burned 360 degrees around the property houses and outbuildings, but we haven't lost anything. >> there were no reports of injuries. dozens of fires are also burning in washington state and in northern california. >>> this morning reside
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Jan 31, 2015 7:00am EST
angeles space is the first female-only mosque in the u.s., the only others are in china. >>> such an interesting development. the woman behind this says it started when she posted a photo of where women pray. men said we've never seen that didn't know how cramped it was. >>> "the washington post" said venezuela got an embarrassing lesson in photo shop. this picture of a "miami herald" reporter was tweeted showing him embraced a loved one at the miami airport. it was designed to show how well the country treats foreigners. the problem with the picture is it was taken after he was detained for 48 hours in venezuela for circumstances which remain a mystery. >>> "the new york times" reports long time crossword creator bernice gordon died. the self described cruise sib verbal lift had 150 words published over the last 60 years. her first ran in "the new york times" in 1952. her last one ran last year. she was known for creating a puzzle a day, originally using graph paper, of course switching to computers about ten years ago. bernice gordon was 101 years old. >>> "the star-ledger" of newa
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Oct 18, 2014 7:00am EDT
treated in china like the academy awards. than in the states. as you can imagine, there's a lot of cultural differences but some of the players were saying people in the stands were very polite. it was sort of a golf clap. there wasn't much enthusiasm. >> that's a pretty weird atmosphere. >>> the "los angeles times" says the pentagon's secret space plane is back on earth. the robotic plane looks like a miniature shuttle. it spent the last two months orbiting the earth before touching down at the air force base in california on friday. they're keeping tight-lipped but they believe it was part of a sat lietz operation conducted by the national reconnaissance office, in other words spying on the enemy. >> it's kind >>> coming up man wrongly convicted of murder is released after 28 years in prison. hear his heartbreaking story. >> and later the rapidly changing way americans shop these days. driven by the internet and companies such as amazon and google. you're watching "cbs this morning: saturday." i'm robert de niro and new york is my home. it's the best place to visit in the world a
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Jul 20, 2013 5:00am PDT
killed by a fire truck responding to the scene. they say the 16-year-old girl a student from china, survived the crash and ended up on the tarmac. but firefighters may not have noticed her because she was covered in fire-fighting foam. more than 300 survived. >>> in boston the last of the boston strangle murder cases has been solved. officials say dna has confirmed that he killed mary sullivan in 1964 and responsible for the deaths of ten other women in the 60s. at one point, disalvo admitted to the murders but later recanted. >>> in michigan a state judge has ruled that the city of detroit's bankruptcy filing violates the state's constitution. the state's attorney general is set to challenge that ruling before a federal judge next week. as of now, it's the largest municipality in the country to declare bankruptcy but as mark strassmann reports it's the people detroit that have the most to lose in this showdown. >> reporter: detroit has an $18 billion debt and residents still don't know whether the city has hit bottom. david sole retired last january, he's worried pensioners like h
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Oct 5, 2013 8:00am EDT
in china and everywhere. of one-eighth of your competitors, that's a very big gap to feel. even that amount of money will not close the gap that's opened over the years. >> what's essentially changed now that they're coming back. >> they got the house straightened up. don donatella got cleaned up. she's been very public. they've got their retail network straightening out, so things are getting better and that money will go to expanding the house but it will be very hard. >> it's also interesting because if they get an investor it won't be controlled by the italian family. >> it will be hard for the family who are so tight knit and so close to bring in an outsider. i want to sell a little piece, 20%. they're not going to give up the farm by any means. >> it looks like a fascinating movie, deborah deborah baugh. >>> coming up would you buy -- could you trust a car that drives itself? not too far down the road. those are decisions car buyers will have to make. you're watching "cbs this morning saturday." >>> now the government's shut down and nobody's at nasa. you think, so what. we don
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Jan 5, 2013 8:00am EST
about the details. it's about, no needs are gone unmet. >> holt: china and crystal and silver get the white-glove treatment as attendants prepare the dining car for another meal, while the rest of the magic unfolds in the kitchen, where four french-trained chefs create art. >> but it's more than just the cooking, it's the ambience. it's the friendships that are gained within the guests themselves. and also the staff service. it's a richness that you can't find anywhere else. >> holt: the food and service is just one of the many highlights of this trip. the other is the breathtaking scenery that surrounds you. and the best place to absorb it all is on the back of the "mount stevens" car. >> you run out of words to describe it. it's just... it takes your breath away at every turn. if you think they've got a better view, we've got a better view. there's views everywhere you look. it's tremendous. >> holt: from canada's beauty to exquisite dining, a staff that meets and anticipates guests' every need. and fellow travelers who become friends. this journey may end after six days, but it las
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Jul 13, 2013 5:00am PDT
typhoon has moved on to china now. >>> only a few chances a few months ago that malala you sa survived. >> reporter: the united nations has seen plenty of drama but never before had it come in the form of a 16th celebration. >> happy 16th birthday, malala. >> malala took center stage at a u.n. youth assembly and let the world hear her strong voice and powerful message. >> respective elders and my dear brothers and sisters. >> just nine months after she was targeted on her school bus, shot in the head by a taliban gunman for daring to speak up for the right of girls to go to school malala stood wearing the shawl of the former pakistani prime minister assassinated five years ago. >> i speak not for myself but for those without voice can be heard. >> reporter: the only thing more stunning than malala's recovery was her vision. >> they thought it would change my aims and stop my ambitions, but nothing changed in nighmy life except this. weakness fear and hopelessness died. strength fervor, and courage was born. >> reporter: 57 million boys and girled worldwide are denied educations, but th
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Jun 20, 2015 7:00am EDT
to safety. >> red pandas are an endangered species. only about 10,000 remain in the wild. in china and in neighboring himalayan countries. the national zoo in washington part of the smithsonian institution, is working to help save them. as edward lawrence reports, the smithsonian institute biology center is caring for seven recently born red panda cubs. >> reporter: the sound of saving a species. jessica hand feeds one of several recently born red panda cubs. >> they're adorable. >> they are pretty cute. it helps when they're being very frustrating, the cuteness. >> reporter: this one is just two and a half weeks old. cordel and the other animal keeper will raise five of the seven cubs born at the institute. are these your kids? >> they're like my kids yeah. >> reporter: she feeds them by hand six times a day, seven times a day for the two smallest panda cubs just two days old. they get antibiotics, are in incubators and treated like any other child after birth. what are you do. >> just burping them a little. we haven't heard them outwardly belch like other speescies but it does he
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Jan 24, 2015 7:00am EST
china, five cute troublemakers, all cubs engage in a bit of roughhousing. >> -- and all that matters. >> skymall crashes. the in-flight shopping guide files for bankruptcy. >> you might be able to pick up one of those statues cheaply. >> -- on "cbs this morning: saturday." >> if you want to intercept the ball, you use your team's ball not the other team's balls, which is a little homophobic to me and i think the nfl could do better. captioning funded by cbs >>> and welcome to the weekend. we also have some outstanding guests this morning including chef mark vidal who brought the cuisine of his native bars low country barcelona. you'll meet him in "the dish." >>> and tv on the radio. they're winning all sorts of praise as one of the best of the year. >>> but we begin with the first really big storm hit the east coast this winter. in the northeast several inches of snow have fallen in new york and new england. may get up to 6 inches of snow. in pennsylvania snow's mixed with sleet and rain south of pittsburgh. >> storm warnings are in effect and millions of drivers are facing h
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Mar 30, 2013 5:00am PDT
oakland chinatown and cleveland elementary and china hill. with the merge, i can definitely say that across elementary schools and middle schools and high schools, underserved youth are underserved youth. >> no matter what. what does $1.2 million bring to the table? sounds like a lot of money. >> well, it's really not a tremendous amount of money split over five agencies. >> okay. >> but it's, but it's sufficient. we anticipate that we will provide mentors to between 300 and 400 children, and, you know, it just absolutely makes a tremendous difference. the data tells us that kids with risk factors that are living in neighborhoods where maybe there's crime and violence and poverty, you might wonder why some rise above that and have successful, prosperous lives, and others repeat the cycle. data tells us that those kids that had an adult confidante, counselor, coach, guide that was paying attention to them and making them feel important in life, those are the ones that rise above. >> okay. >> and so the more of our children that can have, have that personal contact with adults where th
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Jun 15, 2013 5:00am PDT
most recent still unsubstantiated claims to "the south china morning post." he alleged u.s. intelligence agents hacked into hundreds of targets in hong kong and mainland china. >> if i were president obama in this circumstance, i'd be wiping the egg off my face. >> reporter: david sweig studies u.s./china relations and is a professor at hong kong university of science and technology. >> america has tried to make china look bad on the issue of cybersecurity, but yet here's a guy who knows that america is also not so clean on this issue. >> reporter: beijing's "global times," which is backed by china's ruling communist party, called in an editorial for the chinese government to acquire more 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
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Mar 8, 2014 5:00am PST
vanished over the south china sea. three americans are on board. >> one of the largest fracs announces they will ban it. we go inside. >> 60 years ago, he made history speaking truth to power. a look at when edward stood up to joseph mccarthy. >>> she spent half a lifetime trying to connect with her father. now she tells her story. that and much more on "cbs this morning" saturday. >>> welcome to the weekend. we have a line up of guests. he's going to tell us about his latest movie "the face of love." >> mike gordon taking a break as bass player. he is here in studio 57. >> a chef who traveled the world making unique dishes for his series of restaurants. we begin with breaking news. an international search and rescue mission is under way right now for a malaysia airlines plane with 239 people on board, including three americans. >> the boeing 777 vanished between malaysia and vietnam where the south china sea meets thailand. it took off from kuala lumpur two hours earlier. setth is following the developments. good morning. >> good morning, the latest is they have been unable to establi
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Jun 1, 2013 5:00am PDT
and injuring eight. >>> president obama meets next week with china's president and planned to raise the issue of cyber security and the theft of u.s. secrets by chinese hackers, david senger chief washington correspondent for "the new york times" and author of "confront and conceal" on president obama's approach to foreign adversaries. >> good morning. >> if president obama brings this up with his count every part in china, clearly these hackers, cyber espionage is of immense concern. what is being done? >> the most remarkable thing is how quickly this has moved from the periphery of the u.s./chinese relationship something you never really used to hear about very much. a major diplomatic issue, to the center of it. and the president is i think quite determined to try to get the chinese leadership first to acknowledge the problem. because the chinese have said before that they are victims of hackers and they have denied many of the reports, including those that we've written about in "the new york times," about people who embrace an army unit outside of shanghai. that is believed to
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May 4, 2013 5:00am PDT
come from china which is building replicas on a much wider scale, even copycat cities as wieiate anderson reports. >> reporter: you can find copies of western architecture everywhere in china. the london bridge the u.s. capital, plus some curious mixes of the capital and white house. but those are buildings. these are cities. there's a growing industry now devoted to copying cities for the chinese to live in and work. this office complex has been designed to mimic manhattan. there is a sweeping recreation of a town in austria. a replica of an english disturb u suburb and this dead-on copy of a boulevard in paris, complete with a scaled down i'veeiffel tower. they are sold on the image of a more dplam russ life t. sales manager. and people wanted to buy romance. >> a romanced life. >> reporter: that's also what we heard from residents. "paris is romantic," this woman said, "i just like the way the buildings make me feel. "for many chinese living in a copycat city elevates your social status because it's so different. it's different from the endless rows of high rise apartments tha
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Apr 5, 2014 5:00am PDT
looking into this mystery. that team will include representatives from malaysia china, the united states and several other countries. meanwhile authorities in australia called today's search the biggest so far. searchers continue scouring the vast expanse of the southern indian ocean but still have not found a trace of the missing jetliner. on board a p 3 surveillance plane from new zealand, this wing commander says he keeps thinking about the victims' families. >> now they appear to be looking to find something so we can solve the problem, sofrl the mystery, and provide closure for the families and the people who are interested in this. >> reporter: but solving this mystery is about to get even more difficult. the plane's black boxes only ee met a locater signal or ping for about 30 days so the battery life is about to expire likely in less than 48 hours. pinger locaters have been brought to the search area and dragged through the ocean, but covering the enormous 8,400 square mile search zone is more of a challenge because they have to be dragged slowly just about 1 to 6 miles an
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Jun 6, 2015 5:00am PDT
figure out how much was stoken and n what could be the biggest hack ever. >> china has been implicated. its response, prove it. >> it's an emergency. >> it was a close call for united express from new jersey to hartford connecticut. >> pope francis pushing for peace. >> he's in sayre yeah voros pushing catholics for a peaceful region. >> all that clipping the beer. disaster struck. >> and all that matters. >> american pharoah could gallop into the history books if he wins the belmont stakes. >> he has good moves, but nobody moves like him. >> -- on "cbs this morning"ing. >> oh, why pretend we're going to talk about anything else. caitlyn jenner coming out on the cover of "vanity fair." she has an endorsement with max cosmetics. they've made a 46-year-old dude look like brooke shields. captioning funded by cbs >>> and welcome to the weekend. we also have a great lineup of guests for you this morning. we have one of the top comedians in america, one of the most influential chefs in the world, and the tallest man on earth. that's right. comedian jeff ross has been burning some of the bigg
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Nov 9, 2013 8:00am EST
among the most powerful ever seen turns toward china with winds up to 100 miles an hour and stronger gusts. seth doane reports live from beijing. >> the nl bully investigation surrounding two miami dolphin players heats up. why both players are now in los angeles. >>> plus, it's a giant. the most powerful, most capable, and most expensive aircraft carrier in history. today it gets a name. the "uss gerald r. ford." >> and turning the light on spider-man. the troubles that very nearly sank a broadway hit. all that and much more on "cbs this morning saturday", saturday, november 9th, 2013. captioning funded by cbs >>> and welcome to the weekend. we also have some great guests here in studio in studio 57 this morning including will chef here to perform songs from the great est album. >> and the chef. we'll find out what's behind the seemingly simple italian staple. >> but first this morning's top story, now what's typhoon haiyan, it's now in the south china sea heading toward vietnam and china. the storm raced across the philippines with winds at 147 miles an hour and gusts at 170 when i
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Jun 13, 2015 8:00am EDT
continued. >>> the computer attack linked to china has stolen the most sensitive secrets of the cia, the military and the fbi. >>> the president's trade push went down in flames. >> republicanse lik it. president obama like it. but most democrats do not like it. >> is this dead? >> i think it's on life support. >> front man dave broll has finished a gig. >> the lamhiborgni limping along the freeway and smashed into a median. we're talking a $200,000 car. cthatar was a rental. >> all that -- >> this looks like a low speed chase in washington. it's not. turns out grandma was lost. >> -- and all that matters. >> >> megan klingenberg put the big save. >> game over. >> -- on "cbs this morning: saturday." >> and i love this. this was reported on the legitimate news. one of the missing convicts -- get this -- is handsome and very well endowed. but if you encounter this guy, do not be fooled. that is a gun in his pocket and he's not happy to see you. captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to the weekend. vinita nair is off this morning and elaine quijano joins us. welcome. >> thank you. >> we have
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Jan 17, 2015 5:00am PST
by china was increasing. this is pretty disappointing news. >> to me this is tramgic when you think about the last four or five decades how medical illness has transformed people. cancer can be treated early. hiv, now in many cases it can be a chronic illness and there's hope on a horizon without a cure. that doesn't happen without research. >> if you need a reminder we're coming off the ebola outbreak and we've had a cut in research. people are saying where's the vaccine, the treatment, where's the research dollars. if we had those, maybe we would have had a vaccine in hand when the epidemic broke out. >> thank you very much. >>> up next last year was the hottest ever recorded. the oceans are all getting warmer, sea levels are rising sea life is suffering and scientists agree human activity is largely to blame. we'll take a closer look. this is "cbs this morning: saturday." losing your chex mix too easily? deploy the boring potato chip decoy bag. with a variety of tastes and textures only chex mix has twenty bags of interesting. pick your mix. introducing the citi® double cash car
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May 2, 2015 5:00am PDT
presidential china service, which makes its official debut tonight, when almost 300 guests will crowd into the white house to see what the chefs have created. do you ever get nervous? >> we always do. i think nerves is a good thing because it what keeps you on your toes for the most part. >>> welcome to "cbs this morning saturday." i'm anthony mason. >> and i'm vinita nair. >> we preview kurt cobain "montage of heck," a new documentary that's out on monday. its intimate and revealing look at the leader of nirvana. >>> and big gum chew the gum for ballplayers. we'll take you inside the factory where they will fill 100,000 pouchs every day. >>> but first, our top story this half-hour. charges against baltimore police officers, six baltimore police officers were charged in the death of freddie gray the 25-year-old was arrested three weeks ago and suffered severe spinal injuries while in custody. he died after being in a coma for one week. >> since then there have been near daily protests some of them violent. 38 people were arrested last night. thousands of people are expected at a demon
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Jun 22, 2013 5:00am PDT
direction. if you see one blip on the radar, expect a knee-jerk reaction. we saw numbers out of china and it was a pile on effect from the federal reserve this week too. a lot of things contributing to it. >> when you see the people who make the decisions who affect the market we are talking this knee-jerk reaction. as investors and layperson you are in it for the long haul bumps along the way. you have to ride it out. >> you have to ride it out. there will be some bumps along the way. economic experts say the markets will still go up. some say by the end of this year, could be up 15% higher. >> dow is up 13% for the year? >> 13% for the year. it could keep going up. it's just below 15,000. some say it could go up to 18,000. you are going to see sharp sell offs. ben bernanke speaks in august and again in the fall. you are going to have two choppy rides and have a steel stomach. >> buckle up. nice to see you. thanks very much. lester? >> thank you. take old clothes or furniture and drop them off at a good will location. the centers employ disabled workers. you may not realize some of them onl
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