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CBS
Jul 3, 2016 9:00am EDT
distinctly american, well, think again. hitting the road with a harley davidson club in china. ahead on "sunday morning." >> ben tray detakes us behind the brush. and country sing are, the spot that bears a familiar breakfast name, kellogg's. but first, headlines, the 3rd of july. three students who attended universities in the united states are among the 28 people killed in bangladesh during friday's terror attack. ice says it was re-- ice says it was responsible. killed more than 0 people, many were children. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton was interviewed by the fbi yesterday about already use of private e-mail server while she was secretary of state. the in ii view which lasted more than three hours was not unexpected. no indication she will face prosecution. elie wuesel who survived the holocaust as a child and grew to become an author. he was 87. the statement president obama called hum a conscience for our world. we'll have remembrance late are on sun day morning. and oscar woning film director white gold earl simino has died. he was known for "deer hunter" a
CBS
Dec 25, 2016 9:00am EST
housekeeper. every time i get divorced, i keep the house. zsa zsa gabor was 99. china machado was also one of a kind. san francisco chinese and portuguese descent she became a hostess for pan american airways. not long afterward she met luis miguel dominguin, a celebrity bull fighter. their relation shim came to an abrupt end when he met actress ava gardner at a marty. but machado moved on to the world of high fashion. even though she once said of herself, i never thought i was good looking in any way, shape or form. richard avedon disagreed. she would become one of the very first nonwhite models to appear in harper's bazaar. later on she produced fashion tv shows and designed costumes for film. and continued to model well into her 80s. china machado was 86. >> cindy stowell she's our champion, ladies and gentlemen. >> cindy stowell was a contestant like no other on "jeopardy." >> what is xerox? what is the forbidden city? >> you're on the board. >> native of austin, it was all her dream to appear on the quiz show. but after finally making the grade, stowell had to reach out to sh
CBS
Feb 5, 2017 6:00am PST
, australia. dee cridland has just brought her newly adopted daughter eva home from china when she saw what she thought were pictures of her child posted by another mother on a website for adoptive parents. how much did the picture that jo put online look like your daughter? >> i thought it was my daughter. >> she immediately wrote the other mother who lived near ba bath, england. >> i read the e-mail from dee just thought, oh. >> jo hanlon-moores had adopted her child evie three months earlier. >> i just busted to tears because it's exactly the same face. >> what both mothers suspecteds a d.n.a. test later confirmed. the fact that their parents gave the girls similar names is just an odd coincidence. ivy and eva are among more than 100,000 babies, mostly girls, abandoned since the late 1970s when china instituted its one child per family policy. with orphanages full, international adoptions were allowed in the early 1990s but when demand for healthy chinese babies outweighed the supply, siblings were separated. china has never had an official policy on the adoption of twins. do you th
CBS
May 8, 2016 6:00am PDT
they are a highly endangered species. found only in china, there are only about 1,800 in the wild, and humans have encroached on their territory. >> nope. good boy. all the way in. >> reporter: so the pandas at the national zoo get frequent check-ups, and in a rare behind-the-scenes visit, we got to see how they're trained to cooperate. >> i don't think you're in the middle of the scale. >> reporter: biologist laurie thompson coaxes bei bei to weigh in. -43 pounds. 43.5 pounds. >> reporter: the reward, a sweet potato. >> he's curious about anything new in his enclosure. >> am i allowed to pet him. >> no. >> reporter: yes, these cuddly creature kearse bite, and almost three years and 180 pounds, bow bow, bei bei's sister, does her training through a cage. >> all the way in. open. good. >> reporter: in exchange for a delicious stream of honey water. >> good girl. >> reporter: it's how she grows accustomed to everything from dental exams... >> open. good. >> reporter:...to blood blood tests according to the panda keeper. if you do a blood stick for her, does it hurt her? >> they might fee
CBS
Aug 14, 2016 7:00am MST
originated in china. some people say it originated in egypt. but it was-- it was originally used for shade. "umbra" is the latin word for shade. >> reporter: each year, kahng says, americans buy more than 33 million umbrellas, all shapes all sizes. perhaps they'd buy far fewer if the things lasted longer. >> we've all had an inverted umbrella. >> reporter: why is it embarrassing to have an inverted umbrella? >> it is. >> reporter: kahng turned his umbrella obsession into a business, davek umbrellas. do you find that you're conscious, as you walk down the street, you look at people's umbrellas? >> oh, yeah. i'm always looking for mine. >> reporter: we met kahng at his warehouse in new jersey. every now and then, you'll see an umbrella just lying there in the street. >> it's sad. a fallen comrade. >> reporter: but he claims that does not happen to his umbrellas, meticulously made of steel, high-quality fiberglass, and aircraft-grade aluminum, and costing $50-- >> we imported the wood from italy. >> to this one of burnished wood-- $350. this is like the rolls royce of umbrellas. >> reporter:
CBS
Sep 13, 2015 9:00am EDT
klezmatics played a concert this year in china. >> i'm sorry, in china? >> for the first time. lorin the lead singer. >> you're going to sing yiddish in china? >> you bet. ♪ unlike lansky at the yiddish book center the crazy mat particulars didn't set out to help save the language. >> do you worry about the future of yiddish? >> i think that right now i don't worry about the future of yiddish. i think it's in good hands. >> but they don't mind plack role in its salvation. in a word it gives them such nacchuss. >> osgood: ahead -- steve hartman has a sweet story. crow rc this morning our steve hartman has found a sweet spot in every sense of the expression. >> you're about to witness a 76-year tradition. just about every day since 1939, ethel weiss has descended the stairs of her apartment building, walked 25 feet down the sidewalk, and opened up her store next door. et sell owner of "irving's" a candy and toy store in brookline, massachusetts, that she still runs, by herself, at the age of 101. you could have retired long ago, obviously. why do you want keep going there every day? >> i
NBC
Feb 7, 2016 9:00am EST
of delivering a nuclear bomb. the launch defied key ally china. and comes one month after north korea claimed to carry out a nuclear test. secretary of state john kerry called the launch a major provocation threatening the united states. the u.s. may deploy a missile defense system in south korea to counter the growing threat. in london. >> osgood: donald trump was back last night after taking a pass on the last republican presidential debate. he took center stage in marco rubio took most of the arrows from his rivals after strong showing in iowa last week. on the democratic side, presidential candidate bernie sanders took time out for comedy. new hampshire? >> okay. >> just okay? >> well, pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good. >> sanders look alike larry david. now the weather. super in santa clara, california. today's big game, should kick off under sunny skies with temperatures near 70. but in the east, there's rain along the coast. and a blizzard could blow through the midwest. the week ahead, more winter but first. fdaehar hve o m cto emazogll gfeggoftrck ryon>>esico.en t d l
CBS
Nov 29, 2015 9:00am EST
brazil. and moved a piano, by hand, along the great wall of china. >> basically they built some kind of contraption where they could rest sticks on their shoulders they were all around it, they went up probably about 200 stairs. >> carrying a piano. >> crazy. >> those kind of stunts have earned them a hefty internet following. they have nearly 4.3 million youtube subscribers and counting. how many new subscribers every day? >> about 5,000. >> every day. >> could fluctuate. can certificate hall. >> yes, they do play live, too, like when we caught up with them at the smith center for the performing arts recently in las vegas. they have release several albums. most recently a live album out this month. their fans are as hard to categorize as their music, they're young, they're old, male and female, rockers and not so much. >> we can't pretend like we've made our career. they have made our career. so it's fun to play to them and even to a small extent pay them back for all of the support that they have given us. >> we remind each other, don't let this go to the heads. >> i don't ever wan
Me-TV
Feb 21, 2016 8:00am CST
. >> last year when china hacked into the office of personnel management and stole the private information of millions of government employees, u.s. officials treated as an outrage. to hayden it was a nifty piece of work. >> if i could have done that against someone else, against china, while i was director, i'd have done it in a heartbeat. no shame in that. >> here it comes, did you? >> no. you would have heard about fit we had. but we would have if we had the chance. >> once you get inside a once you get inside a house you can do anything you want. >> that's right. once you're in a network you can do a whole bunch of other things to that network. it's just that nsa doesn't have the authority to do that. >> nsa does not have the authority, for instance to, crash the computers which run another country's air defense system. that's an act of war. the job of the u.s. military. so in 2005, nsa director hayden, who also happened to be an air force general, became the first head of what is today called cowboyer command. >> somebody's been working on these cyberweapons. was that you? >> yeah. we
CBS
Aug 21, 2016 8:00am CDT
and architecture and such a great story, you know. >> a story that begins in china, where supposedly nearly 2,000 years ago a urnuch in the royal court named cai lun invented paper. >> the chinese the only ones to invent it. everybody else just took the idea. >> for paper making to spread from china that to the middle east and finally into europe took amyl men yum. th papyrus, but ironically, the dried reed sheets the egyptians wrote on were not really paper. >> it's very similar to 2,000 years ago, except we have electricity and we're using actually partially processed cotton today. but it's really the same thing where you're making a pulp. >> to make paper, some sort of plant fiber, wood, cotton, linen, hemp, among others, is soak in water until it becomes what's called a slurry. amy jacobs is education director of dieu donne a paper making studio in new york city. >> we're going to mix up the pulp and water that was added. >> the secret ingredient, cellulose. a substance in all plants that acts like glue. and causes the fiber parcels to bond together. >> there you go, give it a sh
CBS
Aug 28, 2016 9:00am EDT
tnow.message. the world's clean energy super power's either going to be germany, china, or us. and i'm going to make sure it's us. from 500 million solar panels installed by the end of my first term, to precision manufacturing. we'll beat the competition and create new high wage jobs. we can do this, millions of jobs right here in america. that's my plan. >> osgood: ernie's army is our name for the band of well wishers who have been cheering on most remarkable navy veteran. steve hartman has been following ernie's journey, step by step. >> at the age of 9, this is what you call an accomplishment. just making it down all four steps of the rv is quite a feat. but don't be too impressed yet. because at 93, what's even more remarkable, is waking up at 5:00 a.m. for a nearly five mile run. but again, don't be too impressed yet. because at 93 what's most amazing of all is that this jog in st. simons island, georgia, just the final leg of a much, much longer run, that began almost three years and 3,000 miles ago at the pacific ocean. >> i'm running the whole thing, every step of the way. >> now, yo
CBS
Aug 28, 2016 8:00am CDT
shirts come from china, his suits from mexico, his coats from india. trump's products have been made in twelve other countries because he says there's no place in america that he can make them. well there is. you know donald trump says he'll make america great again while >> osgood: when children are dying of rare diseases that few people are work to be cure, a closer look is required. which is just what one committed artist is providing. our cover story is reported now by jim axelrod. his high wattage smile and infectious laugh may remind you of a favorite nephew, there is virtually no chance you have ever met a kid like him. sam, who will turn six on tuesday, is one of just 250 people in the world who suffer from vanishing whites matter disease, a brain disorder that destroys white matter. a substance that helps tran loss of motor control. there is no cure and the disease is typically fatal by the age of ten. >> every birthday feels like another year less that you have. >> don't turn six because you're getting closer to ten. >> so much we want to do with him. >> allison buck and her h
NBC
Jan 31, 2016 9:00am EST
large part to china's slowing economy. >> the saudis and their gulf state neighbors with their deep pockets and low cost oil production kept pumping and settled into waitto >> if prices continue to be low, we would be able to w >> the chairman of aramco the saudi state owned oil company earlier this month. to the united states, russia and venezuela. and the saudis hope iran, about to come back into the oil market in a big way after the lifting of sanctions. >> the gulf countries are convinced that iran has a plot to encircle them and so this is really not just about oil that is going on but it is really about the future of the middle east. >> meanwhile, every day the world is producing something like a million and a hal me barrels of oil than it needs. there is an ocean of it out there. in massive storage tanks, and right now, at least 100 million barrels are sitting in tankers parked at sea. >> this past week, the price of crude rose to nearly $36 a barrel, on the merest possibility that the russians and saudis might talk about cutting production. up that surplus will take time, wh
CBS
Mar 5, 2017 9:00am EST
fabric smooth. >> it hurts our employees to know that the french beret are made in china or end i can't and worst of all sold in paris. it's important to keep it alive. >> just as french as bridgit bardot. ♪ i think i love her >> this is what we do weekly here. >> still to come, on the beach with pop star ed shearan. and later, norah o'donnell talks to white house counselor kellyanne conway. >> i can't let the haters get to me or to the president, what he's doing here is so big. ♪ we found love right where we are ♪ >> it's "sunday morning" on cbs. here again is jane pauley. >> pauley: for the record, thinking out loud by ed shearan won the grammy for song of the year last year. this year shearan is releasing a brand new album and revisiting some of his favorite haunts in the company of our mark phillips. >> when was the last time you got -- >> couple of weeks now. >> to hear ed shearan talk about the place he grew up you wonder why he ever left. >> what is special about this place? then you realize in a way he never did. are you a vinegar guy? >> vinegar and salt. >> ed shea
CBS
Feb 19, 2017 9:00am EST
heading home to china. wednesday, the conservative political action conference, cpac, gets underway outside washington. vice president mike pence is among the scheduled speakers. thursday, the curtain goes up on a rerifle of "sunday in the park with george" at the newly restored hudson theater on broadway. annaleigh ash ford and jake gyllenhall star. friday, diana: her fashion story. a new exhibition of clothes worn by princess diana opens in and saturday the 37th annual "razzie" awards are handed out in hollywood, celebrating the worst films and performance of the year. if you're curious "zoolander 2" has the most nominations. we they'd to washington and john dickerson for a look ahead. >> dickerson: good morning, jane. we'll talk about the busy first month of the trump presidency with white house chief of staff reince priebus, south carolina senator lindsey graham and house intelligence committee chairman devin nuunez. >> pauley: and next week here on "sunday morning." we're going to the oscars. you got it. just say show me millions of used cars for sale at the all new carfax.com.
CBS
Oct 9, 2016 7:00am MST
1300 years to china. mere 700 that developed this style and set the bar for that is considered bonsai today. the trees can be so meticulously groomed they are best appreciated indoors or even in a museum. >> this can only stay inside the museum for about a week. is. >> yes. >> rumiko ishuda is the curator of the only bonsai art museum. >> need to get sunlight. >> you'll turn, depending where the sun is. >> yes >> her exhibits cannot be indoors too long because they will die. can any tree be a bonsai? >> yes, of course. i heard in italy some of them enjoy olive bonsai. >> olive bonsai? >> what then makes a bonsai a bonsai? if it can be any type of tree? >> bonsai meaning tree in the >> and those pots, iep by bonsai standards, can be quite small. >> one, two, three. >> to be mame or mini bonsai three have to fit into the palm of a hand. she showed us a tree she's been nursing for seven years. it's in the tiniest pot to keep it from growing. she's not kidding. later she pott o something that would make a thimble look big. trimming the roots and repotting regularly is part of the science,
CBS
Dec 27, 2015 6:30am PST
plight of syrian refugees. october brought an official end to china's controversial one child policy. allowing families now to have two children. islamic terrorists targeted paris again in november. 130 people would die in multiple attacks. leaving the heartrtf the french nation badly wounded. and this month radicalized husband and wife killers would take 14 lives in san bernadino, and two weeks ago 200 nations met in paris to adopt the first global pact to combat climate change. next, sculpture, sunny side up. and layers of rich, creamy chocolate, they're twice the size of the kisses chocolates you love. say more with new kisses deluxe. when your cold makes you wish... ...you could stay... ...in bed all day... ...you need the power of... new theraflu expressmax. thousands of people came out today to run the race for retirement. so we asked them... are you completely prepared for retirement? okay, mostly prepared? could you save 1% more of your income? it doesn't sound like much, but saving an additional 1% now, could make a big difference over time. i'm going to be even better about
CBS
Sep 4, 2016 7:00am MST
calcutta. the united states and china have formally agreed to the landmark paris climate change agreement. president obama made the announcement in hangzhou where he's attending the g20 summit. he disembarked from a lower door. then a verbal confrontation turned into a shouting match between an american and chinese a special delivery at the atlanta zoo. a giant panda gave birth to twins yesterday. cute, aren't they? now, the holiday weekend weather. we told you about hermine, also the threat of thunderstorms from nebraska north to the dakotas and minnesota. and brace yourself, it could snow in some parts of montana. tomorrow, the west coast and the southwest are the places to be. ? next, up, up and away. >> all decks to go full 'or. nd later, space, the final >> up in the air is where you'll find fans of one particularly bouyant sport. refining their skills just ahead of their big annual gathering next month. but it's going to take a lot to top their last get together, as lee cowan shows us in our cover story. >> they arrive long before dawn. rubbing the sleep out of their eyes,
Me-TV
Nov 1, 2015 8:00am CST
? who do we have to fear the mosts it russia, china, iran, terrorists. >> all those. >> the ones who are most capable of ones least likely to do it. >> there some r are some experts say they're already in. >> they are in. there's no question about it. >> they're in to our grid. >> they are already in the grid. i was told by former chief scientist of nasa. he stated the russians are in, the chinese are in. the iranians may be on the verge. the bottom are folks like isis. terrorist groups. >> the power grid is the system interconnecting north america's supply of electricity. if one area has particularly heavy demand, power from another region can sometimes serve as back up. the downside to all of this, if a hacker manages to take down an entire grid a huge portion of the country along with parts of canada could go down with it. the primary reason, like so much else these days, the grid relies heavily on the internet. >> we have certain joke in our security industry that there's only secure one is unplugged, turned off, buried under concrete. >> larry pesce should know, he gets paid to find
CBS
Jan 10, 2016 9:00am EST
important, this country is not greatly dependent on he can ports to china. yes, there are some companies that rely on the region for sales and earning, but not enough. even with a rotten first week for stocks, to trigger fear, is over a cliff. so what's a retirement safer to do? the answer is nothing. you are in this for the long term and that boarding the invest or roller coaster means accepting the ups and the downs. keep your emotions in check and stick to your game plan. in other words, stay put. it's hard to do, but you've been on this ride before and know that despite a few white knuckle moments from time to time, you should end up just fine. >> this is coal miller. more than a week now an armed militia has occupied the malheur national wildlife refuge near burns, oregon. he staged a stand off of his own in 2014. they want the federal government to turn over control of his lands in the area to local authorities. earlier in the week the county sheriff met with bundy asking him to leave peacefully and to respect the wishes of many regs dents, even offering an escort out of state. sen
CBS
Mar 27, 2016 6:00am PDT
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CBS
Mar 5, 2017 9:00am EST
employees to know that the french beret are made in china or end i can't and worst of all sold in paris. it's important to keep it alive. >> just as french as bridgit bardot. ♪ i think i love her >> this is what we do weekly here. >> still to come, on the beach with pop star ed shearan. and later, norah o'donnell talks to white house counselor kellyanne conway. >> i can't let the haters get to me or to the president, what he's doing here is so big. stronand restoringding a a father's faith.. stronger is being a typical kid... despite a rare disorder. stronger is finding it earlier... and coming home sooner. stronger is seeking answers... and not giving up, until you find them. because we don't just want your kids to grow up. we want them to grow up stronger. ♪ we found love right where we are ♪ >> it's "sunday morning" on cbs. here again is jane pauley. >> pauley: for the record, thinking out loud by ed shearan won the grammy for song of the year last year. brand n
CBS
Aug 16, 2015 6:00am PDT
112 now after that series of huge blasts in china last wednesday. several hupped tons of toxic cyanide were held, the in chattanooga, tennessee, yesterday. vice president joe biden spoke at memorial for the service members killed in shooting rampage last month. it considers the 24-year-old gunman to be a home grown extremist. on to today's weather heat is smothering the west, phoenix to palm springs will sweat it out in trip i will digit temperatures. the week ahead excessive heat will ease and hot and muggy system tours will move east. >> here about 600 feet. >> next, in search of water. and later, seeing double. ,,,,,,, >> cowan: water, water everywhere. pretty popular saying but without a drop of truth for some folks in one beautiful part of our country. we saw firsthand how they struggled to get with you when they traveled there for our sunday morning cover story. it's easy to miss this corner of the navajo nation, just 100 miles west of albuquerque. most things pass the reservation right by including progress. many of the roads here are unpaved, electricity is spotty and e
CBS
Nov 13, 2016 9:00am EST
china lake nav weapons center in california's mojave desert where the once proud bombers were used for target practice. >> they were just in millions of pieces. >> kind of undignified end. >> it is. quite a historic aircraft. sever one told tony any b29 worth saving had been saved all right. there were none left. but they were wrong. larger and my heartbeat was getting faster. >> out in that desert bone yard he found a b29 named doc. defiantly, inexplicably still in one piece. as if it had never been given up the will to fly. >> it was a sanctuary for some of the desert birds and critters, you know. >> with the help of a few dozen bomber buffs, tony tug old doc out of the desert. slowly, piece by giant piece, it was shipped back to the former boeing plant in wichita, kansas. >> they were building the mightiest aircraft in history. >> the very same plant where doc rolled off these assembly lines back in 1945. >> my mother, father, grandmother, all worked on 'em. my mom started the day after she turned 16 years old. mechanic from a long line of b29 mechanics. and doc became his patie
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