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young pandas born in the united states. struggling to adjust to their new home in china. this month, the 3-year-old sisters were returned from atlanta. state media in china says the and are addicted to american crackers! they are replacing the homesick panda's american food with chinese bread. >> our crackers are pretty good! buttery and put a little peanut butter on them and a banana, good to go. >>> actor mark survivors and the police who tried to catch the terrorists behind the attack. >> how many total wounded? >> three fatalities that we know. one is a child. >> what are they doing? >> that is an 8-year-old skid under there. >> we can't move the body. tell them to clear out of there. >> you. >> bomb residue on the boy's him. >> what are you going to tell their parents? >> he is upset. "patriots day" is distributed by a division of the cbs corporation. mark wahlberg is in the movie and peter berg, what do you do with this movie? >> pardon me? what do i do? i'm a director. >> that was a trick question. >> you got me. >> he is already an honorary bostonian after making this movie.
clear sense of mutual respect. trump had called china currency man lipulator and threatened to pose trade tariffs. >>> president-elect donald trump is ready for his children to run his business. his plans are feature inside a discussion with lesley stahl "60 minutes" overtime that did not air last night and here is part of that conversation and his children believe is the future of the trump business empire. >> reporter: what are you going to do about your business? your kids run it or are you going to divest yourself? >> i built a great company and most of the greatest assets in the world. i don't care about it any more. this is so important what i'm doing and, you know, the people believe this. this is so important what i'm doing. i don't care about i own a building in manhattan and i have nice tenants. my kids will run it and they >> reporter: and never talk to you about? >> they won't talk to me. now, the laws are very soft on this whole matter. i don't have to do anything. you know? i don't know if you know this. i don't have to do anything. >> reporter: roles during the admini
developed by employees of companies in china. >> reporter: what do you think somebody in china is doing with all of that information? >> some think the chinese version of the nsa is using a lot of information on people overseas and time will tell. >> reporter: we don't know, do we? >> we don't. >> reporter: google scans apps for potentially malicious code as well as spammy accounts and have devices to verify apps. apple told us they provide notice on all keyboard apps that the apps can have access to what you type except for password which apple says can only be used using the regular keyboard but >> i do have an emoji keyboard and gets me scared and makes me scared and i realize i probably should take those off of my phone. >> reporter: the experts advice here is don't install one that is free. pick one that you pay for hopefully from a developer based here in the united states. if requests pop up on your iphone where the keyboard wants your contacts or local you through gps, just say no. gayle? >> got it. just say no. just like drugs. just say no. got it, anna. thank you very mu
the heavy delays here. it's 53 minutes from 128 border of the theater district in china town. flooding streets and causing closure, the break's in the area of 655 washington street. detours and closures are being set up. we'll bring you updates out there the morning. ahead on cbs this morning an exclusive inside look at guantanamo bay. we'll see ? >>> welcome back to "cbs this morning.? that is a live shot from miami. coming up in this half hour, inside the encampment where thousands of oil pipeline protesters are standing firm. ey dakota weather and governor's order to leave and what they are willing to risk to stop this controversial project. >> trump wants to load up the prison at guantanamo bay. ahead and only on "cbs this morning," the facility's commander explains what could change under the trump administration and what won't. time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. >>> "the washington post" says syrian forces are pressing on in aleppo as attacks kill civilians. artillery fire today killed at aleppo. the barrage reportedly hit a housing area for c
allies, about nato, about nuclear weapons, japan and korea, about china, russia, about our troops, about our generals. and i must say i think that, based on what i've seen since the election on these issues, i'm hoping i was wrong. >> you know people are talking to him as well? >> and i know a lot of people that he is talking to. i've talked to a lot of them and i have encouraged them to serve. it's critical for us now that he is president-elect, for him to be successful as president, especially in national security. it's important for us all. i think anybody who can do anything to help should do it and those who want to stand on the sidelines, i would urge them to reconsider. >> what have you seen that is encouraging to you? >> well, i think, first of all, i think that some of the people that he is talking to for senior jobs, i find very encouraging. they are very solid people. i don't want to jinx anybody's chances but, for example, general mattis, if he were to become secretary of defense, he would be the first senior military officer, retired military officer to play that role since
some china. security experts found a chinese company software preinstalled on some android phones and it reveals the user's location and the code is in more than 700 million devices worldwide. wow. experts say the snooping could be for the government or markete marketeers. >>> the denver post approves some businesses to use marijuana in bars and restaurants. the first measure of its type in this country. businesses permit. smoking pot only allowed outdoors. edibles will be permitted indoors. critics say the law will encourage the public use of marijuana, which is banned by state law. >>> "usa today" reports on twitter suspended a number of accounts associated with the alt-right movement and on the same day that twitter would crack down on hate speech. social media came under fire for letting alt-right operate without regulation. supremacy. >>> megyn kelly is opening up about her scary year with trump. in her new book she describes personal attacks. on twitter trump called her the following. others, too. she writes his attacks and those of his followers made her, quote, fearful at time
york times" says that facebook has created a censorship tool to gain access to china's lucrative market. workers at facebook say the company has designed software to block posts from news appearing in people's newsfeed in geographic areas but so far not used. there is no indication that facebook has offered this software to authorities in china. >>> t"the kansas city star" reports on the perm nantz losing of a waterslide for a boy who was killed this past summer at schlitterbahn water park. the slide will be torn down when the investigation is complete. the son that died was a the son of a kansas lawmaker. >>> a plane with mike pence was carrying him last month when it skidded off the runway at new york's laguardia. federal investigators say the plane floated nearly halfway down the runway before landing. no one was hurt. >> i remember he came here first that morning. he was right here. >>> "the washington post" says that donald trump's charity admits to violating a ban on so-called self-dealing. the law says the charity's money cannot be used to benefit mr. trump or his family.
russia and these threats to launch a trade war with china. and it's really safe to say here, gayle, that when president obama does speak to the public later today, which we do expect him to make a statement, he is really going to have to reconcile what ed last night, which was really a statement america has been, always will be great but this was certainly not the wednesday morning he expected to be waking up to. >> margaret, thank you very much. >>> donald trump's victory surprised media and baffled polsters. the key states of florida, north carolina, pennsylvania, and wisconsin all played a pivotal role because they all landed up in donald trump's column. anthony mason is here with a breakdown of our exit polling results. anthony, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the three key pillars of donald trump's victory were, all, men. he won men by 12 points. 53% to 41%. secondly, he won whites without college degrees by 67% to 28%. more than 2-1. the most important quality voters were looking for yesterday was a candidate who could bring about change. among those voters, donald t
globe. britain's "guardian" reports on new aircraft, stelton capabilities. china's biggest aircraft show, china claims the radar with some foreign observers are not convinced. >>> cleveland's plain dealer says ohio governor john kasich donald trump. he wrote in a vote, senator john mccain. you might remember when kasich was here last month. he said he didn't know who he would vote for. when asked, he said he might wright write in charlie. >> you already have a job. >>> the new york post said hillary clinton is planning a victory celebration. fireworks show scheduled on river. tim kaine and clinton will appear there. donald trump is hold an event that night in new york city. >> a name he would write in. >>> the atlantic says facebook users are supporting the oil pipeline protesters in north dakota. nearly 1.5 million people use facebook's check-in feature to make it seem as if they were at reservation. it followed reports that police were using facebook to identify and target protesters. >>> and the tampa bay times reports on cell phone video that appear to show the minutes before a
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