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standoff at a colorado planned parenthood clinic makes his first appearance in court, while the shooting puts the organization in the middle of a new debate. world leaders converge on paris, hopeful to reach a historic agreement to head off climate change. more dangerous weather is in the forecast after a deadly holiday weekend. rain, snow, and ice fall as millions return from thanksgiving travel. and one of the nba's all-time greats is calling it a career. after 20 years in a lakers uniform, kobe bryant says he is ready to walk away from the game. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. the alleged gunman who killed three people at a colorado planned parenthood clinic is scheduled to make his first court appearance today. robert gear is described as exclusive and odd.
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he told authorities no more baby parts after his arrest. it's possible he'll face federal, as well as state charges. david begnaud begins our coverage. >> reporter: investigators were still processing the crime scene on sunday following the deadly wounded nine others inside a planned parenthood facility. they say he had ammunition in addition to a long rifle and they believe he planned on detonating propane tanks outside his car, but surrendered instead. >> i was surprised, given he had to know how much damage he had done and -- but he made a decision to give himself up. >> reporter: a law enforcement source says when dear surrendered, he said, quote, no more baby parts. the deadly attack hits home for hope chapel. slain officer gary swasey was an elder here. >> we have experienced all joy, all pain, all emotion for the last ten years side-by-side. he's my best friend. >> reporter: 26-year-old
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jennifer markovsky was a mother of two. on facebook, her father wrote, i miss you, my daughter, life was too short. leyonte chandler said one of the victims killed was his brother, ke'arre stewart. >> almost 500,000 people here. of random. the guy didn't know him, he didn't know the guy. i forgive him, though. >> reporter: david begnaud, cbs news, colorado springs. robert dear's statement "no more baby parts" is a possible showing planned parenthood personnel negotiating the sale of fetal organs. that sparked a barrage of accusations against the organization, particularly from some gop presidential candidates. now, the president of planned parenthood said in a statement, it is offensive and outrageous that some politicians are now claiming this tragedy has nothing to do with the toxic environment they helped create.
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some vicious rhetoric on the left blaming those who are pro life. >> any hate crime is a horrible thing, no matter from where it comes and should be condemned very strongly. >> the center for medical progress, the group that made and released the undercover video, said in a statement, it condemns the barbaric killing spree in colorado springs by a violent madman. former figure skating champion nancy kerrigan said garrett swasey, the officer killed in colorado springs was a true friend. an emotional kerrigan said she grew up with swasey and skated with him when they were young. >> garrett was always there listening to me when i had something i was upset about and always sort of putting somebody else's feelings ahead of his own. swasey took a career path where
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he helped others. this morning, a warning for u.s. citizens in afghanistan. the u.s. embassy in kabul received a threat for attacks in the next 48 hours. u.s. citizens in kabul are strongly urged to exercise be extreme caution. there are no further details regarding timing or method of attack. the state department had already issued a warning against travel to afghanistan, calling the security situation extremely unstable. more severe weather is in store for parts of the country's midsection this morning. a band of storms that has moved through the plains and midwest since thanksgiving is blamed for at least 14 deaths. early this week, parts of the northern plains can expect a foot of snow, freezing rain, and ice is expected in kansas, nebraska, and iowa. in oklahoma, a vicious ice storm knocked out power to more than 71,000 homes and businesses over the weekend. power lines and trees crumbled like matchsticks under the weight of the ice. >> all night, we could hear the limbs cracking and the ice falling and we just didn't know what to expect.
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>> ice covered roads made for treacherous driving. president obama and more than a hundred world leaders are in paris this morning for the start of the worldwide climate summit. the goal -- try and limit the greenhouse gas emissions most scientists agree are causing global warming with dire effects. tina krause is in london with the details. >> reporter: good morning. it's not easy to get nearly 200 countries to agree on anything, especially something with such an economic impact. the summit opens this morning and it's expected to last for two weeks. negotiators will try to come to terms on a deal that will slow and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. and at least slow down the effect of global warming. president obama will be in paris two days. he arrived last night and went directly to the concert hall, the bataclan, where the most people were killed during the terrorist attacks two weeks ago. also last night, protesters clashed with police. french forces used tear gas to
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government ban on protests. french authorities did not want large crowds gathering after the terrorist attacks. this is the kind of pollution the summit wants to stop. smog in shanghai reached hazardous levels this morning and two previous summits did nothing on change the way developing economies like china and india operate. that is the biggest stumbling blocks. developing countries want the right to use fossil fuels, like coal and oil, to advance their economies. some 180 countries have already submitted plans to curb greenhouse emissions and most scientists agree an increase of 3.6 degrees fahrenheit from preindustrial levels will trigger disastrous environmental events. the stakes are high. the noaa projects this year will be the hottest on record. >> tina krause in london, thank you very much. donald trump is not backing
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when he says he saw muslims in new jersey celebrating the 9/11 attacks. >> i saw it. so many people saw it, chuck. so why would i take it back? i'm not going to take it back. >> trump has come under fire for his remarks. there is no evidence that large numbers of muslims in new jersey celebrated the world trade center attacks. fellow republican presidential candidate jeb bush says he has grave doubts about trump's ability to be commander in chief. >> if you listen to him talk, it's -- it's -- it's kind of scary, to be honest with you, because he is not a serious candidate. >> bush says he is confident the more people hear from trump, the less likely trump will get the gop nomination. coming up on "cbs this morning" we will discuss the trump campaign with john dickerson, "face the nation" moderator and cbs news political director. enhanced surveillance video that shows a cleveland police officer fatally shooting 12-year-old tamir rice has been released. the video will be presented to a
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don champion reports. >> reporter: the grand jury will go over this enhanced surveillance video released by prosecutors over the weekend. frame-by-frame, it breaks down the final moments of 12-year-old tamir rice's life, including the instant he was shot by rookie cleveland officer timothy loehmann, two seconds after he got out of his patrol car. >> we see tamir's arm and shoulder sort of lifting upwards and it's unclear whether that is in reaction to one of the shots that missed him or to the shot that struck him in the stomach. and in the very next frame, tamir is doubled over and by that time has been shot. >> reporter: the shooting happened last november as loehmann and his partner were respond to go a 911 call about an armed man. it looked like a real firearm but was a pellet gun. today, grand jury who have been hearing testimony for five
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mother. >> gives me the strength to know i have all of you guys to uplift me. >> reporter: experts for the prosecution maintains the use of force was justified because the officers had no way of knowing the gun might have been fake. rice's family want their own experts to testify and dispute those claims. the two officers involved are expected to testify in the coming weeks. now, it could take five months before any decision is reached. rice's family, along with other local leaders, have called for the lead prosecutor in the case to step down, calling his presentation to the grand jury so far, biased and improper. >> don champion here in new york, thanks a lot, don. coming up on the "morning news." bizarre chimney death. a suspected burglar meets a painful end after getting stuck in a chimney. and, later, cybermonday shoppers are ready to click and spend!
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students returning from thanksgiving break are recovering this morning after their charter bus crashed. 49 passengers were aboard when the driver lost control on an exit ramp just south of richmond last night. one person was seriously hurt. nearly three dozen suffered minor injuries. the bus driver is charged with reckless driving. and a suspected burglar in -- is killed in a bizarre chimney incident. a trial opens in the freddie gray case. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. "the baltimore sun" reports jury selection is set to begin today in the first trial of one of the six baltimore police officers charged in the death of freddie gray. william g. porter is facing manslaughter and other charges. police arrested gray in april. he died after suffering a severe spinal cord injury while in police custody. the "chicago tribune" reports the university of chicago cancelled classes and is closing facilities today at its hyde park campus after a warning from the fbi.
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counterterrorism agents alerted the school to a threat of an on-campus shooting set for today at 10:00 a.m. in the campus quad. the "fresno bee" in california reports a suspected burglar died while stuck in a chimney after the homeowner lit a fire in the fireplace. the homeowner called police after hearing screams once the fire was lit on saturday. the 19-year-old died of smoke inhalation and burns. "people" reports singer sinead o'connor is safe in dublin after posting a suicide letter on facebook. she said she was at a hotel under a different name. "the post" claimed her family was cruel to her and mentioned her health and a child custody battle. the "los angeles times" reports nba all-star kobe bryant says he is listening to his body and making this season his last. the 37-year-old lakers guard spent his entire career with the
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ask your doctor about otezla today. otezla. show more of you. here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. on the cbs "moneywatch," a glimpse at amazon's new delivery drone. and bargain huntershit the internet today. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning. it's cybermonday and millions of americans will be looking for online deals. 121 million americans say they plan to shop online today, according to the national retail
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nearly 50% of all shoppers, 7 million fewer than last year, mainly because retails are offering early discounts. 29 million say they will use their mobile devices to shop. all of that shopping has taken a bite out of black friday, the day after thanksgiving, remains the most popular shopping day as more than 74 million americans hit the stores. but sales have decreased. the stores began offering big discounts earlier and also online. the national retail federation says 60% of shoppers started to buy by november 10th. stocks here on wall street ended friday's abbreviated session mix. the dow lost nearly 15 points for the day and s&p picked up a point and nasdaq gained 11. online retail giant amazon unveils the latest prototype of a drone it will eventually use to deliver packages in under 30 minutes. this hodle model weighs five pounds and can carry packages up to three pounds. it can carry packages that weigh
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it is more than a dozen prototypes. adele's number "25" is the first album to sell more than 3 million copies in one week according to nielsen music. "25 "25" sold 2.5 million copies, easily smashing single week sales records. "25" is also the best selling album of the year. adele did not allow streaming services to make her album available. her previous album "21" has sold over 11 million copies in the u.s. are you one of the millions who bought it? >> i did not buy it. i don't think i have to because everywhere i go, i hear that song, "hello"! i don't need to purchase it. >> a good point. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. still ahead, royal baby pictures revealed. we get our first close-up look at 6-month-old princess charlotte. later in sports, it's the
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forecast in some cities around the country. first and goal from the 3. osweiler throws and it's caught! andre caldwell. denver has the lead. >> it looked like the denver broncos had won the game. brock osweiler's last-minute touchdown pass gives denver a lead over the undefeated patriots. but you can never count out new england with quarterback tom brady under center. brady gets the ball and with just seconds to play, completes a 14-yard pass to get the patriots in field goal range. stephen gostkowski ties the game at 24 as time runs out. but in overtime, it's all denver. after forcing new england to
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48-yard touchdown run to give the broncos a 30-24 win, ruining the patriots attempt at an undefeated season. kensington palace released these pictures of princess charlotte six months after she was born. her mother kate actually took those photos. they are the first looks at charlotte since christening in july. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a closer look at cybermonday and all of that hype. i'm anne-marie green. and this is the "cbs morning news."bed all day... ...you need the power of... new theraflu expressmax. the power to feel better. discover card. hi! so it says here i can redeem my cashback bonus for cash. do i need to have a certain amount? nope, you can redeem your cashback for any amount, any time. that's great. yeah, you can use it for a statement credit or even get the cash. nice. i could use that extra cash for a last-minute gift.
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two brothers in canada stumbled upon this bald eagle stuck in oo in a trap in the
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wilderness in ontario. one tried to calm the eagle by covering its head with his in a trap in the wilderness in ontario. one tried to calm the eagle by covering its head with his jacket before the two removed the bird from the trap. turned out the eagle was not seriously injured and it flew off with a little help, but before that, the brothers took a selfie with the bird. an extreme skier took flight on an unprecedented run. t.j. holmes took on this run located in the swiss alps and many have died trying to climb it, holmes plunged down the mountain. anderson cooper shows us the terrifying run on a report last night on "60 minutes." >> you're good? 3-2-1! go! >> reporter: j.t. launches off the summit. champion speed rider quickly follows, videotaping for us with a camera on his helmet. the ride of a lifetime has begun. >> that's when you turn your skis downhill, you know? doing that, that's very committing, because you point yor skis down the eiger, you're probably not going to stop until the bottom. >> reporter: one way or another? >> one way or another.
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>> reporter: j.t. used a speed wing for much of the descent and outlying the ice and rocks too steep to ski. he reaches an open slope on the eiger's western flank and lands. cuts loose his speed wing so it won't slow him down. now he relies solely on his skis and skills. >> this is black diamond skiing. you're in a really cool place where few people have skied. really what you're just trying to do is just gather as much speed as possible and propel yourself off the cliff. >> reporter: the cliff he'll ski off is coming up fast. this is the most dangerous part of j.t.'s descent. there is no stopping. he completes a double backflip to stabilize himself and releases his skis and then free-falls. his nylon suit is aerodynamically designed and
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doesn't crash into his rock ledges and he falls nearly 2,000 feet and finally opening his parachute. >> woo-hoo! yeah, buddy! >> reporter: he drifts safely to the ground, landing more than a mile below the eiger's summit. >> whoa, dude! woo! oh, my god! that was pretty intense, man. >> to see what happens on holmes' second attempt. yeah, he tried it again. go to cbsnews.com. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we will take you to norway where a young woman is doing important research on climate change. we will speak with michael caine and rachel vice about their new movie "youth." that is the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching.
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right now on cbs 2 this morning...the latest information from a climate meeting with leaders from nearly every country on the planet. the strong message one corridor religious leader has for anyone concerned with islam's views on terrorism. why experts say cyber monday might have started 72-hours early this year.

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