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>> don't tell her. >> don't, chofshshevonne, he loves you very much! >> he also loves you, garcia. [laughter] [captioning madedeossible by warner bros. domestic television distribu sensitive stuff around the vehicle. we're not real sure. we're taking a very cautious approach to dealininwith the vehicle in case there is more explosives there. with that i'm going to turn it over to dave bowdich with the fbi to talk about some parts of the investigation. >> thank y y, chief. so first off, my name is -- >> into the mikes, please. >> my name is david bowdich. assistant director in charge of the fbi -- >> the cbs overnight news will
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i know one of the big questions that will come up repeatedly is is this terrorism? and i am still not willing to say that we know that for sure. we are definitely making some movements that it is a possibility. we are making some adjustments to our investigation. it is a possibility. but we don't know that yet. and we're not willing to go down that road yet. >> david, the relationship between the two dead suspects? >> unknown at this point. >> how old approximately are they? >> i do not even know that. this is -- >> what about the third suspect? therwas talk of a third d suspect. >> there is a third suspect. and i don't know the disposition of that suspect. i i ul defer that question to e chief. what i will tell you on any indications of terrorism are this investigation, and i told a few of you already, we will go where the evidence takes us.
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road. it's also possible it does not. we're just not sure yet. and when we e e fairly sure we will let you know. >> david, do you have a motive -- >> is this possibly terrorism? >> there are a number of potential -- there's a few potential things, but we just don't know. and i'm not willing to go down that road. this is a very fluid active investigation. we are still gathering facts. all the heads of agencies that we have here. we are still gathering some of these facts ourselves because this scene is strewn throughout the city and into another city. and it's incredibly fluid. and that's just the way these things -- we'l'lget there when we get there. >> any information about the identity of the third suspect, description, age, anything? >> i should have included that in my -- when i talked a moment ago. so as i said, we had an officer-ininlved shooting on sanan bernardino avenue between mountain view and richardson. there were two people in the vehicle. both of those people are deceased. there was a third person that was seen running away.
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involveded we have that person detained. i don't have any information on who that person is yet, and we certainly do not know if they were involved. it's possible that they were not. in addition to that and the reason we put things out on social meded that we asked for people to shelter in place in those neighborhoods is because there were some folks that called in and had reported that they heard folks -- they heard somebody jumping fences and they reported some of that activity in the neighborhood. we don't know if that was possibly responding officers, but we took a cautious approach. we locked down the neighborhood. we asked people to shelter in place. and we searched that neighborhood extensively. as of a couple minutes ago we just got word that that search has bebe wrapped up, no additional folks have been contacted or seen there, so we feel that that area is safe and we can lift that shelter in place order there. >> do you have any information on why this location? >> we do not have a motive >> approximate age of the suspects. >> we do notot- i do not have that right now. keep in mind that i said there were some things that were causing the officers to take a very, very cautious approach in
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so we just are not that far into the investigation yet. >> [ inaudible ]. is that possible? >> i'm sorry? >> possibility these suspects may have had suicide vests or something similar? >> i don't know. i have not heard suicide vest, no. >> do yoyobelieve this situatiti safe, or there are still more shooters potentially out there? >> we feel confident about the neighborhood where the ficer-involved shoototg took place that we have secured that and there's nobody outstanding there. reasonably confident on that. on the broader scale of the investigation, as i i id, early on we had information thererwere potentially three shooters. we are still at a point where we are tracking down that information, we're going to try to continue to identify if there was a third person involved or potentially even more people that might have deen involved in the planning but we're still pretty early on that part of the investigation. >> [ inaudible ]. >> -- holiday party -- >> i can't listen to all of them. >> there's a report out that at
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angry, went out, came back with two other people, guns, and started firing. any truth to that? >> so there are -- i have heard that they were in a meeting or holiday party type event at the inland regional center. somebody did leave, but we have no ia if that is the pern that came back. >> so that's a possibility then? >> somody did leave. there was some type of dispute or something when somebody l lt that party, but we have no idea if those are the people that came back. >> do you have any idea what kind of weapons were recovered at the site of the shootout. >> they were assault style weapons. yeah, that type of weapon, yes. >> are there explosives near that black suv currently? >> there was a report that they potentially threw what was identified as a pipe bomb. i think we've rendered that device safe. it was not an explosive. i think we're still working on the vehicle and making sure that thth is safe. can you give us anything on
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their appearance, ethnicity, anything, age? >> just the way it was described to me as -- and i said this in the first press conference. they came dressed and equipped and i think the people we have at the scene thahaare deceased are dressed in that way. they're dressed in dark kind of tactical gear is the best way i'll put it. >> ethnicity, anything like that? >> i don't know.% >> since you served the search warrant, is it your understandndg -- >> i didn't say we served a search warrant. >> okay. we understand you served a search warrant, we're bein told. so is it your understanding they were holed up in the general ea then the whole titi, they never left? >> no, no. there was information onhe early part of the investigation as we started to develop information, there was one particular focus area. a couple. but one particular focus area we went to, and it was one of those follow-up focus areas that led to the house in redlands that led to the pursuit that led to the active shooting. >> did they live there? was that their house? >> the address was connected to
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i don't know who the suspects are, nor do i know if that is where they lived. >> do you believe that the police killed ththtwo people at e -- >> they were carrying assault >> ak-47? >> i don't know the specific caliber or make or model of the gun. >> chief, the arrests -- >> hold on. real quick. >> the people in the suv. >> there were two people in the suv. both of f em are deceased. during this gunfire between the suspects and police -- >> i don't know. >> [ inaudible ]. >> don't know. okay. we're going to try to do another press conference sometime around 8:30, 9:00. hopefully we'll have more information for you at that time. thank you. >> we have been watching the late news conference by jarrod burguan, who is the police chief in san bernardino. to recap a few of the highlights, police acting on a tip were led to that vehicle, the suv. two people, two suspects were killed in the suv. the police chief said they were armed with assault rifles and
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a third person who was running from thehecene has been detained, but police are not saying he is the third suspect that they have been searching for. president obama today was being interviewed by norah o'donnell of "cbs this mororng" when he he got word of the shooting. >> mr. president, it appears there's been another mass shooting in california. what do you know? >> well, we don't know that much yet. it's still an active situation. fbi is on the ground offering assistance to local officials as they need it. it does appear that there are going to be some casualties. and you know, obviously our hearts go out to the victims and the families. the one thing we do know is that we have a pattern now of mass shootings in this country that has no parallel anywhere else in the world. and there are some steps we could take not to eliminate every one of these mass shootings but to improve the
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frequently. common sense gun safety laws, stronger background checks, and for those who are concerned about terrorism, some may be aware of the fact that we have a no-fly list where people can't get on planes with you those same people who we don't allow to fly can go into a store right now in the united states and buy a firearm and there's nothing that we can do to stop them. that's a law that needs to be changed. and so my hohe is that we're able to contain this particular shooting, and we don'tet know what the motives of e shooters are but what we do know is there are steps we can take to make americans safer and that we
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partisan basis at every level of government to make these rare as opposed to normal. we should never think that this is something thajust happens in the obdinary course of events because it dsn't happen with the same frequency in other countries. >> the preredent today with norah o'donnell. we have an interview with an eyewitness to the massacre in
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one of the witnesses today is sally abdelmageed, who works at the inland regional center, the building where the attack took place. she saw the attackers enter the building, and we spoke to her by phone. >> i heard shots fired, and it was from an automatic weapon. very unusualal why would we hear shots? as we look out the window, a second set of shots goes off, and it's pop, pop, pop, pop. and we saw a man fall to the floor. then we just look and we saw three men dressed in all black military attire with vests on, holding assault rifles. and they -- soon as they opened up the doors to building 3, and one of them opened up the door
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he starts to shoot all over into the room. that's the room we typically have conferences and we just heard more gunshots go off. i got out my phone. i reached for my phone. i called 911. and i hid under my desk. i didn't see any more. i just heard more gunshots go off as i was talking to dispatch. we went into my manager's office, locked the door, barricaded it. we heard running and things happening upstairs. about 30 minutes lat someone came to the door and knock on the door but we didn't obviously answer and another 15 minutes later someone came and took us into a secure room. >> ms. abdelmageed, can you describe to me in as much detail as you can, what did the gunman look like?
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he had a black hat on and from my view all i could see was just a black hat and black long-sleeve shirt, possibly gloves on. he had black cargo pants on, the kinds with zippers on the side and the big puffy pockets. he had a huge assault rifle. he had extrammo. heas coming ready for -- he was coming ready for something. to reload. i don't know. he had magazines. i couldn't see what else. i saw -- i just saw three dressed exactly the same. >> you're certain you saw three men? >> yes. it looked like their skin color was white. they looked like they were athletic build, and they appeared to be tall. >> and of course we've just learned th one of the suspects was actually a woman. we'll have the latest on the san bernardinonoassacre and the search for a suspect when we
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here's the latest onhe mass shooting in san bernardino, california. two suspects are dead. one man, one woman. they were killed in a shootout with police, who had chased down their suv, that vehicle in the middle of f e shot there. a third person is in custody, though police say he may not be involved. one officer was lightly wounded. tonight lice are searching a home in neighboring redlands, california and searching the inland regional center, the site of the shooting, searching both of tse places for bombs. the killers, dressed in military gear, shot more than 30 people. at least 14 are dead. 17 others are wounded. 10 of them critically. the attack happened during holiday luncheon a aended by workers from the county departmeme of health.
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terrorism has not been ruled out. homeland security y rrespondent jeje pegues is following the investigation. jeff? >> scott, some of the leads that investigators are getting to this point have come because of a name that surfaced really early on in the minutes after this shooting. w enforcement sources, multiple law enforcement sources confirm for cbs news that one of the possible suspects mentioned is syed farook. he worked for the department of health. again, this is a name that has been confirmed by multiple law enforcement sources as a possible suspect in this shooting. also we're getting new information about what was found in the vehicle. remember, there was this black vehiclclthat was described a a leaving the scene of the shooting. according to law enforcement sources, an ar-15 style rifle was found in that vehicle along with two pistols as well. investigators are right now
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in addition, as the vehicle was fleeing, the suspects inside, according to law enforcement officials, threw a piece of metal from the vehicle. it was a piece of metal pipe is how it was described to us. it was thrown from the suv. ast turns out, it was not an explosive device. there was some concern that that piece of metal was some sort of pipe bomb type device. but that was not the case. again, two of the suspects are dead. that according to investigators who released that information just minutes ago. a male and a female. investigatorare still looking into the possibility that a third suspect was involved as well. scott? >> jeff pegues, thank you very much. our cbs news coverage of the massacre will continue on our 24-hour digital news network, cbsn, which is available on all devices at cbsnews.com.
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around the world, good night. >> announcer: this is the "cbs overnight news." welcome to the overnight news. i'm don dahler. there's no word whether the latest mass shshtings in california are the work of terrorists or anyone connected with the islamic state. but overseas the united states military's getting a powerful new ally in the battle against the terror group. the british parliament voted to allow the royal air force to begin strikes against isis targets in syria. the vote came after a raucous ten-hour debate. but in the end prime minister david cameron convinced the lawmakers. >> in moving this motion i'm not pretending that the answers are simple. the situation in syria is incredibly complex. i'm not overstating the contribution that our incredible servicemen and women can make. neither am i ignoring the risks of military action. nor am i pretending that military action is any more than
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i'm absolutely clear that we must pursue a comprehensive strategy that also includes political, diplomatic, and humanitarian action. and i know that the long-term solution in syria as in iraq must ultimately be a government that represents all of its people and one that can work with us to defeat the evil organization of isil for good. but mr. speaker, notwithstanding all of this -- in a moment. notwithstanding all of this, there is a simple question at the heart of the debate today. we face a fundamental threat to our security. isil have brutally murdered british hostages. they've inspired the worst terrorist attack against british people since 7-7 on the beaches of tunisia, and they've plotted atrocity after atrocity on the streets here at home. >> charlie d'agata has more from london. >> reporter: prime minister david cameron made it clear where he stands on the issue saying anyone who votes against air strikes in syria is a
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this all comes as the u.s. is about to dramatically step up efforts on the ground. british tornado fighter jets like these will join the u.s.-led air campaign against isis targets in syria within days. but it is on the ground that the united states is about to take the fight to isis. the pentagon has announced that about 200 special operations forces will be deployed to the northern iraq city of erbil. from there they will conduct raids in both iraq and syria. defense secretary ash carter told congress the new forces will help gather intelligence and hunt down isis leaders. >> this is an important capability because it takes advantage of what we're good at and it puts everybody on notice. >> reporter: in a bid to save face and aimed at the iraqis themselves, iraq's prime minister haider al abadi said his forces were capable of defeating isis without the help of foreign combat troops. secretary of state john kerry
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briefed. >> we will continue to work very, very closely with our iraqi partners on exactly who would be deployed, where they would be deployed. >> reporter: the iraqi military appears poised to face a critical test. the takeback of the city of ramadi. tv announcements have warned civilians in ramadi to evacuate their homes immediately. while isis militants are reportedly threatening to kill anybody who tries. a success in ramadi may help prove that months of air strikes along with capable ground forces are having an impact on isis militants. but in an interview with czech television syrian president bashar al assad said air strikes from the u.s. and its coalition allies were having the opposite effect. >> isis has extended the recruits from around the world has increased. the battle against isis is
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an investigation by george washington university found that 56 suspects tied to isis have been arrested this year. that's the most terrorists since the 9/11 attacks. most of the fbi investigations are taking place in new york and minnesota. jeff pegues reports. >> reporter: of the 71 people charged so far with isis-related activities, most are men and 25 years old or younger, and they come from an array of ethnic groups and socioeconomic and educational statuses. >> no common profile. spread throughout the country. >> reporter: lorenzo vedino is one of the report's authors. so there's no cookie cutter i.d. of who these people are? >> could not be more heterogeneous. >> and that's a problem for law enforcement. >> profiling absolutely does not work. >> reporter: no other case perhaps is more representative of that than the arrest of a mississippi couple in august. mohammed dakhlalla and jalen young were arrested after the fbi noticed their pro-isis twitter posts. after the last year fbi director
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that his agents have their work cut out for them. >> there isn't a particular demographic. as to location or to age. the syrian travelers early on ranged something like 18 to 63. so-called isis-u.s. echo chamber continues to attract followers continues to attract followers on twitter with posts like this one -- "mujahadin are true real men." 300 identified isis sympathizers involved in the isis twitter scene were monitored during the study and nearly 1/3 of the tracked accounts are purportedly operated by women. a lot of what's said online is just talk. but the report concludes that at some point a subset of americans inside the domestic isis bubble will move from chatter to action. one day after he fired the local police superintendent chicago mayor rahm emanuel is facing calls for him to step down as well.
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into a police killing. a white officer shot a black teenager 16 times. it took 13 months for the video of the shooting to be released and for the officer to be charged with murder. critics now want an investigation into both emanuel and the local prosecutor. dean reynolds reports. >> reporter: police superintendent garry mccarthy has been under pressure since protests followed the release of this police dash cam video showing choice police officer jason van dyke shooting 17-year-old laquan mcdonald 16 times last october. many, including local politicians, called for mccarthy to resign, and tuesday mayor emanuel followed through. >> he has become an issue rather than dealing with the issue. >> reporter: the mayor also announced the creation of a new police accountability task force. >> 16 shots! >> reporter: but a group of faith and community leaders demonstrating outside the
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independent police auditor instead. >> the mayor calling for a special task force is kind of like the fox watching the hen house! >> reporter: emanuel faces criticism over his administration's handling of police controversies. the city released the mcdonald shooting video only after a judge ordered it be made public. critics say emanuel withheld release of the tape for political reasons, concerned it could affect his re-election bid. now the mother of another young black man also shot by police here last year is fighting to have the dash cam video of that shooting released. 25-year-old ronald johnson was killed by an officer last october. police say he pointed a gun at them. johnson's mother and her attorney say they have already seen the video. >> the dash cam video, which i'm not allowed to show you today, clearly shows that he was not carrying a weapon nor did he ever turn and point anything. >> reporter: now, the attorney for johnson's mother says that dash cam video could be released by court order as soon as december 10th.
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the next republican presidential debate is less than two weeks away, and a new cbs news/"new york times" poll shows the race for the nomination is getting tighter. donald trump remains the front-runner with 27%, but marco rubio and ted cruz are closing the gap, now at 17% and 16%. and ben carson is fading. nancy cordes reports. >> reporter: trump's recent comments about muslims and a disabled reporter clearly have not hurt him. in fact, he's up three points since last month. nearly half of his supporters say they have made up their minds, which is something else that separates him from the rest of the field. >> they're weak generally. you want to know the truth. but i won't say that. >> reporter: at a nighttime rally in new hampshire trump
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pack and repeated his debunked claim that he saw thousands of muslims celebrating in new jersey on 9/11. >> and i saw it and a lot of people saw it. >> reporter: as proof he cited a newspaper article as well as clips from new york station wcbs and from mtv in 2001. none of which showed a large celebration. >> there has been no jubilee in the streets. there haha't been, you know, neighbor out in the neighborhoods having fun or thinking this was a great or glorious idea. >> reporter: in dubuque, iowa former florida governor jeb bush accused trump of saying things he knows aren't accurate for shock value. >> he's gone too far and he's showing a lack of seriousness as being capable of being president. >> reporter: bush is stuck at 5% in the latest quinnipiac poll while senators marco rubio and ted cruz are both up three points from last month. nonetheless, bush set his sights on democratic front-runner
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comments she made to charlie rose about fighting isis. >> in terms of thousands of combat troops like some on the republican side are recommending, i think that should be a non-starter. >> reporter: bush said he'd leave all options on the table. >> ts is all political for her. this should be viewed as a national security threat because that's exactly what it is. if you start by creating preconditions for america's leadership, you're not going to have followers. it's plain and simple. >> reporter: the clinton campaign tells cbs news she does support sending in more special operations forces, just not tens of thousands of american troops. clinton is up seven points in the latest quinnipiac poll and now leads bernie sanders among democratic voters, christine, by a margin of 2-1. despite her lead in the polls, hillary clinton is facing new questions about her close ties to wall street. especially when she was secretety of state. charlie rose asked her about that. >> the fact is i saw a lot of people when i was secretary of state and i worked really hard to increase exports from american businesses.
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i saw a lot of union leaders. i saw as many people as i could fit in the day who needed something from their government. fred smith would call me up from fedex anansay the chinese government's taking away our permits, we've been in china for decades doing feferal express. or corning, a compmpy that i knew well from my time in the senate. they're trying to put a tariff on us that is going to drive us out of business. you know, i worked really hard to get more jobs for americans. d that meant representing big business and small business and everybody in between. >> have you suffered from the fact that they say you're too close to wall street? has at hurt your image i iyour judgment, running for president? >> i don't think so. i have stood for a lot of regulation on big banks and on the financial services sector. i also represented new york and represented everybody from the dairy farmers to -- >> from wall street to the dairy farmers. >> yeah. everody. so yes, do inow people? and did i help r ruild after
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yes, i did. but that -- >> and did you take money from them? >> yeah. but that has nothing to do with my positions. anybody who thinks they can influence me on that ground doesn't know me very well. >> why do you want to be president? you've h h a remacable life. you've been in the white house. there it is. >> there it is. right. well, i'm not doing it to move back, in although it's a wonderful place. >> so why are you doing it? >> is it about history? is it the first woman? >> no. that would all be an extra added part of it. but for me i really love this country and i think this will be one of those watershed elections where we're either going to get the economy to work for everybody or we are going to see increasing inequality and unfairness in a way that we haven't seen since the 1920s. >> but you know a lot of people think the biggest problem for america is washington. that's theheroblem. and that's part of -- reflected in some of the politics that we see. >> that's true.
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set it up. they set up this separation of powers and they made it really difficult to get things done. and some years it's really hard. and we're in o o of these periods where we have a minority within the other party that doesn't believe in compromise, doesn't believe in reaching consensus. >> but they're attacking them.m. that's not the w w to do it. >> n n because part of what you have to do is make it clear to everyone else who is in that t rty that there is room for negotiation. >> police in juneau, alaska still don't know what caused the death of greg fisk who had just been elected mayor. his body was found in his home. maria villarreal has the latest from the alaskan capital. >> reporter: juneau police tell us there were injuries found on greg fisk's body when it was found here at his home by his son. but they don't have a cause of death ananthe investigation
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police arrived at juneau mayor greg fisk's home after receiving a 911 call from his son. they found the body of the 70-year-old inside the front room of the house with injuriey that the police say could be characterized as signs of trauma. >> i really, really love this town. i think it's a very special place. >> r rorter: fisk's death comes less than two months after he defeated the city's incumbent mayor in a landslide. as word of fisk's death spread on monday, so did rumors that he may haha been assaulted. >> juneau is a small town. it's about 33,000 people here. and there are no roads in or out of the city. when gossip starts spreading, it's easy for things to spread quickly. >> reporter: bob king was a long-time friend and neighbor of the mayor. >> there was a recent murder here in town that had people on edge.
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death like this people do get nervous and the like. and these questions are -- come up. >> reporter: in a statement juneau police called the assault claims speculation and said an autopsy would be performed to determine the cause of death. they alslstell cbs news there e was no forced entry, no gunshot wound, no suspicion of suicide, and nothing to indicate drugs or drug use were volved. >> i do think it's unlikely, however, that foul play was involved just because he was a very popular guy. he was an outgoing person. the fact that he won an election by such a wide margin. >> reporter: fisk lived alone and was discovered by his son ian, who was checking on his father after the mayor missed several meetings on monday. in a statement ian thanked the juneau community for its support and also denied suggestitis of foul play, saying, "at this titi we have nonoeason to speculate as to the cause of his death and are awaiting the results of his
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>> reporter: weekend cooking competitions are a pretty common sight south of the mason-dixon line. but there was something very uncommon about the one held on a recent saturday in bentonville, arkansas. the food itself. >> welcome to the 2015 world champion squirrel cook-off. >> reporter: that's right. squirrel. whether you find them adorable or think of them as rats with cuter tails, you probably never considered eating them. that is, unless you're from the south. >> get to cooking! whoo! [ cheers ] >> you don't have to promote that it's organic, that it's grass-fed, anything of that nature. it just is. i mean, this is tree to table. >> reporter: joe wilson is the guy behind the cook-off. he sayaycooking squirrel is s tradition that goes back generations. >> it's extremely important that
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the heritage of our community. i started this thing about five years ago to promote the sustainable use of wild game as a dinner, as a table fare. >> reporter: in the cook-off 36 colorfully named teams had two hours to produce a dish and a side dish. and all the squirrel being served had to be caught by the chefs themselves or their friends. since buying or selling wild game meat is actually illegal. contest favorites brothers blaine and brandon estes have won the competition twice in its five-year history. this year they were competing with squirrel sliders and a sqsqrrel bisque. >> yeah. that sounds pretty fancy. >> sounds like we know what we're talking about. >> you don't usually hear those words in the same sentence, squirrel bisque. >> no. >> reporter: here's the thing abououcooking squirrel, ththgh. evev if you're a two-time world champion, you're going to get some pushback. >> my wife wouldn't cook this. >> no. and you know, our mom is a great
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wouldn't cook squirrel. >> no. >> if you shoot it, you have to eat it. oh, yeah, and d u have to cook it too. >> reporter: and that seems to be a big part of the messaging here, that this is an example of good animal stewardship, of eating what you hunt, even if it's a rodent. >> heaveve >> reporter: we've now arrived at the part of the story where we are legally obligated to ask the question, on the minds of those still watching the program. how does squirrel taste? >> may i? >> yeah, go ahead. >> thanks. is it seasoned? >> it's just plain boiled. >> that's good. >> reporter: it was my first taste of squirrel but not my last. inexplicably, i'd agreed to serve as one of the contest's judges. a decision i was beginning to regret. >> so 80% of meat inside the dish should be squirrel. >> if i'm allergic to squirrel, is that a problem? [ laughter ]
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was under way, though, i had to admit most of the dishes tasted really good and showed amazing creativity. >> wow. look at ththplace mat. it's like i'm in a moroccan restaurant. >> reporter: of course 20 or so dishes later and i was the one starting to feel squirrelly. wow. >> awesome. >> reporter: as these iron chefs tested my not so iron stomach, there was one silver lining. >> this year i think we were pretty light on squirrel desserts. but in the past, you know, we've had squirrel ice cream. we've had squirrel brains with creaeacheese in a puff pastry. >> i'm happy that this was a light year for that and i was one of the judges. >> the dessert category can be fairly rough. >> reportete the day's winning dish turned out t be squirrel empanadas with cilantro lime dipping sauce. it seems fitting for a contest that's embraced by some and maligned by others that the winning dish was empanadas, something that wasn't even invented here.
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facebook founder mark zuckerberg and his wife, priscilla chan, were in a giving mood aer the birth of their daughter, so they decided to donate a fortune. $45 billlln worth of facebook k stock to charity. anna warner has the details. >> reporter: the philanthropic pled was written in a leer to their daughter maxima, who was born last week. zuckerberg and his wife say they're committed to education, eradicating disease, and reducing poverty. >> having this child has made us think about all ofofhe things that should be improved in the world for her whole generation. >> reporter: the birth of maxima chan zuckerberg prompted new parents mark and priscilla to write this letter. "dear max, like all parents we want you to grow up in a world
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our society has an obligation to invest now, to improve the lives of all those coming into this world." the couple plans to put 99% of their facebook shares over time into the chan-zuckerberg initiative. those publicly traded shares are currently worth about $45 billion. >> zuckerberg could usher inin new era of philanthropy. if you look around silicon valley right now, lots of people are getting very rich very fast. >> reporter: "forbes" estimates zuckerberg's net wgrth at $46.8 billion. nearly five years ago zuckerberg signed the giving pledge in which billionaires like warren buffett and bill and melinda gates agree to donate the majority of their wealth to charity. >> we need to make sure there are investments in programs that ensure that the future isn't going to be like today, the future's goingngo be better than today. >> reporter: t t chan-zuckerberg initiative was formed as an llc, a limited liability corporation, instead of a foundation to give it more latitude to pursue its mission by funding non-profit organizations, making private investments, and participating
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in 2010 zuckerberg and chan gave $100 million to the city of newark, new jersey for its public school system. but some educators and parent groups claim the gift caused political havoc and resulted in a public backlash over teacher contracts and charter schools. last month on facebook zuckerberg said, "we now better understand why it can take years to build the support to durably cement the changeseseeded to provide every student t th a high-quality education." well, zuckerberg says he does not plan to give away more than 1 billion a year for the next three ars and that he will retain his controlling interests in facebook for the foreseeable future. >> and that's the overnight news for this thursday. for some of you the news continues. for others check back with us a little later for the morning
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york city, i'm don dahler. another deadly mass shooting in america. >> right here. >> boom, boom, boom, bo. >> upwards of 14 people that are dead. >> shots ring out at a social services facility in san bernardino. >> these guys are still at large. you know that, right? >> a manhunt is under way. >> this is crazy. there's just too many shootingng >> there are steps we can take to make americans safer. >> announcer: this is the "cbs overnight news." this is a special expanded western edition. two suspects in the massacre in sav bernardino today were hunted down and killed by the polili, about a mile away from the crime scene. three gunmen dressed in military gear burst into a state social serves building and opened fire, shooting more than 30 people.
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17 others were wounded. 10 of them are in critical condition. the sound of the shootout with the suspects was captured on a lice scanner. >> get that and north of -- [ gunshots ]. >> just for the update, we have the suspect vehicle stopped. we'll go ahead and extract it. we can stand by, wait for the bearcat. >> copy6 >> right now we have one down outside the car, one downn inside the car. well, we don't know. hold on. are from what we understand, one's on the run. >> all we have is a citizen that saw that guy running. we've got definitely one guy in the vehicle and one in the street. >> we're going to wait for the bearcat, move up and check on these bodies inside the car. >> have that bearcat come straight eastbound so we can move up from the rear. >> the takedown of the suspects this evening. a police officer was wounded but his injuries are not life-threatening.
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bernrndino for us. carter? >> reporter: i am at the scene of the first shooting, scott at the inland regional center, but there is a second scene, and that's where that suv was confronted. inside two armed gunmen. well, perhaps i should correct myself. one of them was a woman. so both of those spects were killed. possibly a third spokt is still on the loose. now, police do say they have anotr suspect in custody right now, but it is unclear if that person is connected to the crime. l of this today occurring, all of this occurring today with little warning, with actually no warning, and authorities say the suspects were armed and prepared for battle. police say the masked gunmen were wearing body armor when they entered the building just after 11:00 a.m. and started shooting. >> i turned onn from -- walking outside and pa, pa, pa.
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right here. then they said they're on the loose. >> i was right behinthe building. and i heard all the shots. >>ultiple shots. shots going off like crazy. just one right after the other. and as i came out, we had seen a black suv flying down the ststet. >> r rorter: terry petit got a text from his daughter inside. >> shooting at my work. people shot. in the office waiting for cops. pray for us. i am locked in my office. that's it. >> reporter: whaha did your wifife see? >> the guy outside dressed all in black with a big gun just shooting at the window. >> reporter: luis gutierrezh spoke with his wife on the phone while she was trappedinside. >> reporter: what's your take on all this, man? this is your wife. >> this is my life, man.
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she helps our kids with autism. i don't know why anyone would do anything right there. but -- >> reporter: at least 18 peoplq injured in the shooting were sent to areaa hospitals while police set up a triage area on the street. >> most of the people that were wounded, most of the victims were all centrally located in one area of the facility. >> reporter: jarrod burguan is chief of the san bernardino police department. >> they came to do what they did as if they were on a mission. >> reporter: the fbi andatf were called in and police e e ill looking for the suspects who fled the scene in a dark-colored suv. debbie alvarado rushed to find her daughter michelle, who'd been shot. >> i called her, she texted me and she said -- she was cold. she was shot in her side. and that they were -- they were pretending to be dead. >> reporter: hundreds of people were evacuated. a total of 670 work insidede assistant fbi d dector david bowdich.
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i will tell you right now we done know if this is a terrorist cident. >> reporter: and we do not have a motive for this crime as well. but we do have soso new information, scott. according to several law enforcement sources, syed farook, he's an inspector with the san bernardino health partment, worked in the building where these shootings occurred. tonight, scott, he's being called a possible suspect. >> carter, thanks very much. and the suv of course was the scene of the shootout earlier. a short time ago san bebeardino police and t t fbi gave reporters the very latest information. >> good evening, folks. so tis is the second officia on this. i'mot going to go through all of the details that we went through in the first press conference. but i will say this. since that time we are still working on the building hereet the inlnld r rional nter. as officers were searching the building we had mentioned in the
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there were some suscious devices. one of those devices is believed to potentially bee an explosive device. so they're taking a very cautious, very slow approach to processing that building and rendering that safe. so i would imagine we're going to be here for several hours as the bomb scad continues to work that part. on the investigative side we have followed up on some tips. that took us to a residence in the city of redlands. when officerer were setting up on that r ridence to watch it, there was a vehicle that was seen leaving that was suspected of possibly being involved. there ended up being a pursuit of that vehicle and eventually that pursuit came back to san bernardino avenue between mountain view and richardson here in e city of san bernardino where the suspect vehicle stopped and thererwas an officer officer-involved shooting. we had multiple officers that were involved in the shooting. we have two suspects that are dead at the scene. one is a male.
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we had one police officer that was wounded. he has injuries that are not considered to be life-threatening. and he is at a local hospital and is expected to be okay. of the suspectthat were -- that are dead at the scenene is a male, one is a female. they were dressed in kind of assault-style clothing, i think is probably the best way to term it. they are bothrmed with assault rifles. they are both armed with handguns. and there's also kind of some sensitive stuff around the vehicle. we're not real sure. we're e king a very cautious approach toealing with the vehicle in case there is more explosives there. with that i'm going to turn it over to dave bowdich with the fbi talk about some parts of the investigation. >> thank you, chief. so first off, my name is -- >> io the kesikes, please. >> my names david bowdich. assistant director in charge of the fbi -
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i know one of the big questions that will come up repeatedly is is this terrorism? and i am still not willing to say that we know that for sure. we are definitely making some movements that it is a possibility. we are making some adjustments to our investigation. it is a possibility. but we don't know that yet. and we're not willing to go down that road yet. >> david, the relationship between the two dead suspects? >> unknown at this point. >> how old approximately are they? >> i do not even know that. this is -- >> what about the third suspect? there was talk of a third suspect. >> there is a third suspect. and i don't know the disposition of that suspect. i would defer that question to the chief. what i will tell you on any indications of terrorism are this investigation, and i told a few of you already, we will go
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it's possible it goes down that road. it's also popoible it does not. we're just not sure yet. and when we are fairly sure we will let you know. >> david, do you have a motive -- >> is this possibly terrorism? >> there are a number of potential -- there's a few potential things, but we just don't know. and i'm not willing to go down that road. th is a very fluid active investigation. we are stillathering cts. all the headad of agencies that we have here. we are still gathering some of these facts ourselves because this scene is strewn throughout the city and into another city. and it's incredibly fluid. and that's just the way these things -- we'll get there when we get there. >> any information about the identity of the third suspect, description, name, anything? >> i should have included thatt in my -- whehei talked aoment ago. so as i said, we had an officer-involved shooting on san bernardino avenue between mountain view and richardson. there were two people in the vehicle. both of thosos people are deceased. there was a third person that
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we do not know if they were involved. we have that person detained. i don't have any information on who that person is yet, and w certainly dodoot know if they were involved. it's possible that they were not. in addition to that and the reason we put things out on social media that we asked for people to shelter in place in those neighborhoods is because there were some folks that called in and had reported that they heard folks -- they heard somebody jumping fences and they reported some of that activity in the neighborhood. we don't know if that was possibly responding officers, but we took a cautiousproach. we locked dodo the neighborhood. we asked people to shelter in place. and we searched that neighborhood extensively. as of a couple minutes ago we just got word that that search has been wrapped up, no additional folks have been contacacd or seen there, so we feel that that area is safe and we can lift that shelter in place order there. >> do you have any information on why this location? >> we do not hava motive. >> approximate age of the suspects. >> we done -- i do not have that right now. keep in mind that i said there were some things that were
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very, very cautious approach in apapoaching those suspects. so we e st are not that far into the investigation yet. >> [ inaudible ]. >> i'm sorry? >> possibility these suspects may have had suicide vests or something sisilar? >> i don't know.w. i have not heard suicide vest, no. >> do you believe this situation is all clear, that people are safe, or there are still more shooters potentially out there? >> we feel confident about the neighborhood where the officer-involved shoototg took place that we have secured that and there's nobody outstanding there. reasonably cfident on that. on the broader scale of the investigation. as i said, early on wead information there were potentially three shooters. we are still at a point where we are tracking down that information, we're going to try to continue to identify if there was a third person involved or potentially even more people that might have been involved in the planning but we're still pretty early on that part of the investigation. >> -- holiday party -- >> i can't listen to all of them. >> the's a report out thatt the holiday party somebody left
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with two other people, guns, and started firing. any truth to that? >> so there are -- i have heard that they were in a meeting or holiday party type event at the inland regional centnt. somebody did lelee, but we haha no idea if that is the person that came back. >> so that's a possibility then? >> somebody did leave. there was some type of dispute or something w wn somebody left that party, but we have no idea if those are the people that came back. >> do you have any idea -- you said long guns initially. >> they were assault style weapons. yeah, that type of weapon, yes. >> are there explosives near that black suv currently? >>,there was a report that they potentially threw what wasas identified as a pipebomb. i think we've rendered that device safe. it was not an explosive. i think we're still working on the vehicle and making sure that that is safe. >> can you give us anything on description n these suspects,
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>> just the way it was described to me as -- and i said this in the first press conference. they@came dressed and equipped and i think the people we have at the scene that are deceased are dressed in that way. they're dressed in dark kind of tactical gear. >> ethnicity, anything like that? >> i don't know. >> since you served theearch warrant, is it your understanding -- >> i didn't say we served a search warrant. >> okay. we understand you served a search warrant,e're being told. so is it your understanding they were holed up in the general area then the whole time, they never left? >> no, no. there was information as part of the investigation as we started to develop information, there was one particular focus area. a couple. but one particular focus area it was one of those follow-up focus ars that led to the house in redlands that led to the pursuit that led to the a aive shooting. >> did they live there? was that their house? >> the address was connected to the follow-up we had.
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are, nor do i know if that is where they lived. >> [ inaudible ]. >> they were carrying assault style weapons. >> ak-47 >> i don't know the specific caliber or make or model of the gun. >> the people in the suv. >> there w we two people in the suv. both of them are deceased. >> during this gunfire between the suspects and police? >> i don't know. >> [ inaudible ]. >> don't know. okay. we're going to t t too another press conference sometime around 8:30, 9:00. hopefully we'll have more information for you at that time. thank you. >> we have been watching the late news conference byy jarrod burguan, who is the police chief in san bernardino. to recap a few of the highlights, police acting on a tip were led to that vehicle, the suv. two people, two suspects were killed in the suv. the police chief said they were armed with assault rifles and pistols.
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from the scene has been detained, but police are not saying he is the third suspect that they have been seaeahing for. president obama today was being interviewed by norah o'donnell of "cbs this morning" when he he got word of the shooting. >> mr. president, it appears there's been another mass shshting in californrn. what do you know? >> well, we don't know that much yet. it's still an active situation. fbi is on the ground offering assistance t/ local officials as they need it. it does appear that there are going to be some casualties. and you know, obviously our hearts go out to the victims and the families. the one thing we do know is that we have a pattern now of mass shootings in this country that has no parallel anywhere else in the world. and there are some steps we could take not to eliminate every one of these mass
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odds that they don't happen as frequently. common sense gun safety laws, stronger background checks, and for those who are concerned about terrorism, some may be aware of the fact that we have a no-fly list where people can't get on planes with you those same people who we don't allow toly can go into a store right now in the united ates and buy a fireaea and there's nothing that we can do to stop them. that's a law that needs to be changed. and so my hope is that we'e' able to o ntain this particular shooting, and we don't yet know what the motives of the shooters are but what we dl know is there are steps s can t te t t make americans safer and that we should come together on a bipartisan basis at every level
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as opposed to normal. we should never think that this is something that just happens in the ordinary course of events because it doesn't happen with the same frequency in other countries. >> the president today with norah o'donnell. we have an interview with an eyewitness to the massacre in san bernardino, and we'll have that for you when we come back. we are in the age of ageless. age neutral. age defiant. age agnostic. olay is a purveyor of ageless. only the best 1% of ingredients make it into our products. for trananormed skin without expensive brands or procedures. it's the ultimate beauty victory. nobody has any idea how old you are. with olay, you age less. so you can be e eless.
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one of the witnesses today is sally abdelmajid, who works at the inland regional center, the building where the attack took place. she saw the attackers enter the building, and we spoke to her by phone. >> i heard shotsts fired, andndt was from an automatic weapon. very unusual. why would we hear shots? as we look out the window, a second set of shots goes off, and it's pop, p, pop, pop. and we saw a man fall to the floor. then we just look and we saw three men dressed in all black military attire with vests on, holding assault rifles. andhey-oon as they opened up the doors to building 3, and one of them opened up the door
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he starts to shoot all over into the room. that's the room we typically have conferences and we just heard more gunshots go off. i got out my phone. i reached for my phone. i called 911. and i hid under my desk. i didn't see any more. i just heard more gunshots go off as i was talking to dispatch. we went into my manager's office, locked the door, barricaded it. we heard running and things happening upstairs. about 3 minutes later someone came to the door and knocked on the door but we didn't obviously answer and another 15 minutes later someone came and took us into a secure room. >> ms. abdelmageed, can you describe to me in as much detail as you can, what did the gunman look like?
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he had a black hat on a a from my view all i could see was just a black hat and black long-sleeve shirt, possibly gloves on. he had black cargo pantson, the kinds with zippers on the side and the big puffy pockets. he had a huge assault rifle. he had extra ammo. he was coming ready for -- he was coming ready for something. to reload. i don't know. he had magazines. i couldn't see what else. i saw -- i just saw three dressed exactly the same. >> you're certain you saw three men? >> yes. it looked like their skin color was white.e. they looked like they were athletic build, and they appeared to be tall. >> and of course we've just learned that one of the suspects
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here's%the latest on the mass shooting in san bernararno, california. two suspects are dead. one man, one woman. they were killed in a shootout with police, who had chased down their suv, that vehicle in the middle of the shot there.e. a third person is in custody, though police say he may not be involved. one officer was lightly wounded. tonight police are searching a home in neighboring redldlds, california and searching the inland regional center, the site of the shooting, searching both of those places for bombs. the killers, dressed in militity ar, shot more than 30 people. at least 14 are dead. 17 others are wounded. 10 of them critically. the attack happened durg a holiday luncheon attended by workers from the county department of health. the motive is not known.
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ou homeland security correspondent jeff pegues is following the investigation. jeff? >> scott, some of the leads that investigators are getting to this point have come because of a name that surfaced really early onn in the minutes after this shooting. law enforcement sources, multiple law enforcement sources confirm for cbs news that one of the possible suspects mentioned is syed farook. he worked for the department of health. again, this is a name that has been confirmed by multiple law enforcement sources as a possible suspect in thi shooting. also we're getting new information about what was found in the vehicle. remember, there was this black vehicle that was described as leaving the sce of the shooting. according to law enforcement sources, an ar-15 style rifle was found in that vehicle along with two pistols as well. investigators are right now
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in addition, as the vehicle was fleeing, the suspects inside, according to law enforcement officials, threw a piece of metal from the vehicle. it was a piece of metal pipe is how it was described to us. it was thrown from the suv. as it turns out, it was not an exexosive device. there was some concern that that piece of metal was some sort of pipe bomb type device. but that was not the case. again, two of the suspects a dead. that according to invesesgators who released that information just minutes ago. a male and a female. investigators are still looking into the possibility that a third suspect was involved as well. scott? >> jeff pegues, thank you very much. our cbs news coverage of the massacre will continue on our 24-hour digital news network, cbs sn, which is available on all devices at cbsnews.com.
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around the world, good night. >> announcer: this is the "cbs overnight news." welce to the overnight news. i'm don dahler. there's no word whether the latest mass shootings in california are the work of terrorists or anyone connected with the islamic state. but overseas t united states military's getting a powerful new ally in the battle against the terror group. the british parliament voted to allow the royal air force to begin strikes against isis targets in syria. the vote came after a raucous ten-hour debate. but in the end prime minister david cameron convinced the lawmakers. >> in moving this motion i'm not pretending that the answers are simple. the situation in syria is incredibly complex. i'm nono overstating the contribution that our incredible servicemen and women can make. neither am i ignoring the risks of military action. nor am i pretending that
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one part of the answer. i'm absolutely clear that we must pursue a comprehensive strategy that also includes political, diplomatic, and huhunitarian action. d i know that the long-term solution in syria as in iraq must ultimately be a government that represents all of its pople. and one that can work with us to defeat the evil o oanization of isil for good. but mr. speaker, notwithstanding all of this -- in a moment. notwithstanding all of this, there is a simple question at the heart of the debate today. we face a fundantal threat t t our security. isil have brutally murdered british hostages. they've inspired the worst terrorist attack against british people since 7-7 on the baepz off tunisia, and they've plotted atrocity after atrocity on the streets here at home. >> reporter: charlie dageta has more from london. >> reporter: prime minister david cameron made itlear where e stands on the issue saying anyone who votes against
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terrorist sympathizer. this all comes as the u.s. is about to dramatically step up efforts on the ground. british tornado fighter jets like these will join the u.s.-led air campaign against isis targets in syria within days. but it is on the ground that the united states is about toake the fight to isis. the pentagon has announced that about 200 special operations forces will be deployed to the northern iraq city of erbil. from there they will conduct raids in both iraq and syria. defense secretary ash carter told congress the new forces will help gather intelligence and hunt down isis leaders. >> this is an important capapality because it takes advantage of what we're good at and it puts everybody on notice. >> reporter: in a bid to save face and aimed at the iraqis themselves, iraq's prime minister haider al abadi said his forces were capable of defeating isis without the help of foreign combat troops.
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said the iraqis wereully briefed. we will continue to work very, very closely with our iraqi partners on exact lyly who would be deployed, where they would be deployoy. >> repororr: the iraqi m mitary appears poised to face a critical test. the takeback of the city of ramadi. tv announcers have warned civilians in ramadi to evacuate their homes immediately. while isis militants are reportedly threatening to kill anybody who tries. a success in ramadi may help prove that months of air strikes along with capable ground forces are having an impact on isis militants. but in an interview with czech television syrian president bashar al assad said air strikes from the u.s. and i i coalition allies wereaving the opposite effect. >> isis has extended the recruits from around the world has increased. >> reporter: the battle against
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isis is also taking play here in the united states. an investigation by george washington university found that 56 suspects tied to isis have been arrested this year. that's the most terrorists since the 9/11 attacks. most of the fbi i iestigations are taking place in new york and minnesota. jeff pegues reports. >> reporter: of the 71 people charged so far with isis-related activities,, most are men and 25 years old or younger, and they come from an array of ethnic groups and socioeconomic and educational status ppz. >> no common profile. spread t toughout the country. >> reporter: lorenzo vedino is one of the report's authors. so there's no cookie cutter i.d. of who these people are? >> could not be more at the time roh heterogeneous. >> that's a problem for law enforcement. >> profiling doesn't work. >> reporter: the aarrest of a mississippi couple in august. mohahaed dakhlalla and jalen young were arrested after the fbi noticed their pro-isis twitter posts.
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james comey has said repeatedly that his agents have their woror cut out for them. >> there isn't a particular demographic. as to location or to age. the syrian travelers early on ranged something like 18 to 63. >> reporter: the report says the so-callele isis-u.s. echo chamber continues to attract followers on twitter with posts like ts one. "mujahadin are true real men." "300 identified isis sympathizers involved in the twitter scene were monitored during the study and nearly 1/3 of the tracked accounts are purportedly operated by women. a lot of what's said onlnle is just talk. but the report concludes that at some point a subset of americans inside the domestic is bubble will move from chatter to action. one day after he fired the local police superintendent chicago mayor rahm emanuel is facing calls for him to step down as well. garry mccarthy was fired for his handling of the investigation
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a white officer shot a black teenager 16 times. it took 13 months for the video of the shooting to be released and for the officer to be charged with murder. critics s w want an investigation into both emanuel and the local prosecutor. dean reynold reports. >> reporter: police superintendent garry mccarthy has been under pressure since protests followed the release of this police dash cam video showing choice police officer jason van dyke shooting 17-year-old laquan mcdonald 16 times last octotor. many, including local politicians, called for mccarthy to resign, and tuesday mayor emanuel followed through. >> h has become an issue rather than dealingngith the issue. >> reporter: the mayor alsoo announced the creation of a new police accountability task force. >> 16 shots! >> reporter: but a group of faith and community leaders demonstrating outside thee mayor's office called for an independent police auditor instead. >> the mayor calling for a
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like the fox watching the hen house! >> reporter: emanuel faces criticism over his administration's handling of police controversies. the city released the mcdonald shooting video only after a judge ordered it be made public. critics say emanuel withheld release of the tape for political reasons, concerned it cod affect his re-election bid. now the mother of another young black man also shot by police here last year is fighting to have the dash cam video of that shooting released. 25-year-old ronaldohnson was killed by an officer last october. police say he pointed a gunun at them. johnson's mother and her attorney say they have already seen the video. >> the dash cam video, which i'm not allowed to show you today, clearly shows that he was not carrying a weapon nor did he ever turn and point anything. >> reporter: now, the attorney for johnson's mother says that
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the next republican presential debate is less than two weeks away, and a new cbs news/"new york times" poll shows the race for the nomination is getting tighter. donald trump remains the front-runner with 27%, but marco rubio and ted cruz are closing the gap, now at 17% and 16%. and ben carson is fading. nancy cordes repos. >> reporter:rump's recent comments about musms and a disabled reporter clearly have not hurt him. in fact, he's up three points since last month. nearly half of his supporters say they have made up their minds, which is something else that separates him from the rest of the field. >> they're weak generaray. you want to know the truth. but i won't say that. >> reporter: at a nighttime rally in new hampshire trump dismissed the rest of the gop pack and rapeated his debunked claim that he saw thousandsds of muslims celebrating in new
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>> and i saw it and a lot of people saw it. >> reporter: as proof he cited a newspaper article as well as clips from new york station wcbs androm mtv in 2001. none of which showed a large celebration. >> there has been no jubilee in the streets. there hasn't been, you know, neighbor out in th neigorhoods having fun or thinking this was a great or glorious idea. >> reporter: in dubuque, iowa former florida governor jeb bush accused trump of saying things he knows aren't accurate for shock value. >> h hs gone too far and he's showing a lack of seriousness as being capable of being president. >> reporter: bush is stuck at 5% in the latest quinnipiac poll while senators marco rubio and d cruz are both up three points from last month. nonetheless, bush set his sights on democratic front-runner hillary clinton, and these comments she made to charlie rose about fighting isis. >> in terms of thousands of combat troops like some on the republican side are recommending, i think that
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>> reporter: bush said he'd leave all options on the tae. >> this is all politicalor r. this should be viewed as a national security threat because that's exactly what it is. if you start by creating preconditions for america's leadership, you're not going to have followers. it's plain and simple. >> reporter: the clinton campaign tells cbs news she does support sending in more special operations forces, just not tens of thousands of american troops. clinton is up seven points in the latest quinnipiac poll and now leads bernie sanders among democratic voters, christine, by a margin of 2-1. despite her lead in the polls, hillary clinton is facing new questions about her close ties to wall street. especially when she was secretary of state. charlie rose asked her about that. >> the fact is i saw a lot of people when i was secretary of state and i worked really harar to increase exports from american businesses. i saw a lot of business people, i saw a lot of union leaders.
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fit in the day who needed something from their government. fred smith would call me up from fedex and say the chinese government's taking away our permits, we've been in chinaor decades doing federal express. or corning, a company that i knew well from my time in the senate. they're trying to put a tariff on us that is going to drive us out of business. or you know, i worked really hard to get more jobs for americans. and that meant representing big business and small business and everybody in between. >> have you suffered from the fact that theyay you're too close to wall street? has that hurt your image in your judgment, running for president? >> i don't think so. i have stood for a lot of regulation on big banks and on the financial services sector. i also represented new york and represented everybody from the dairy farmers to -- >> from wall street to the dairy farmers. >> yeah. everybody.
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and did i help rebuild after 9/11? yes, i did. >> and did you take money from them? >> yeah. but that has nothing to do with my positions. anybody who thinks they can influence me on that ground doesn't know mvery well. >> why do you want to be president? you've had a remacable life. you'veveeen in the white hohoe. there it is. >> there it is. right. well, i'm not doing it to move back, in although it's a wonderful place. >> so why are you doing it? >> because i really -- >> is it about history? is it the first woman? >no. that would all be an extra added part of it. but for me i really love this country and i think this will be one of those watershed elections where we're either going to get the economy to work for everybody or we are going to see increasing inequality and unfairness in a way that we haven't seen sinin the 1920s. >> but you know a lot of people think the biggest problem for america is washington. that's the problem. and that's part of -- reflected in some of the politics that we see.
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but look at the way our founders set it up. they set up this separation of powers and they made it really difficult to get things done. and some years it's really hard. and we're in one of these periods where we have a minority within the other party that doesn't believe in compromise, doesn't bleeb in reachchg consensus. >> bututhey're attack them. that's not the way to do it. >> no. because part of what you have to do is make it clear to everyone else who is in that party that there is room f f negotiation. >> police in juneau, alaska still don't know what caused the death of greg fisk who had just been elected mayor. his body was found in hisis home. maria villarreal has the latest from the alaskan capital. >> reporter: juneau police tell us there were injuries found on greg fisk's body wheheit was found here at his home by his son. but they don't have a cause of
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poce arrived at juneau mayor greg fifi's home after receiving a 911 call from his son. they found the body of the 70-year-old inside the front room of the house withinjuries that the police say could be characterized as sig of auma. >> i really, really love this town. i think it's a very special place. >> reporter: fisk's death comes less than two months after he defeated the city's incumbent mar in a landslide.. as word of fisk's's death spread on monday, so did rumors that he may have been assaulted. >> juneau is a small town. it's about 33,000 people here. and there are no roads in or out of the city. when gossip starts spreading, it's easy for things to spread quickly. >> reporter: bob king was a long-time friend a a neighbor of the mayor. >> there was a recent murder here in town that had people on edge. when you have an unattended
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nervous and the like. and these questions come up. >> reporter: in a statement juneau police called the assault claims speculation and said an autopsy would be performed to determine the cause of death. they also tell cbs news there was no forced entry, no gunshot wound, no suspicion of suicide, and nothing to indicate drugs or drug use were invovoed. >> i do think it's unlikely, however, that foul play was involved just because he was a very popular guy. he was an outgoing person. the fact that he won an election by such a wide margin. and was d dcovered by his son ian, who was checking on his father after the mayor missed several meetings on monday. in a statement ian thanked the juneau community for its support and alal denied suggestions of foul play, saying, "at this time we have no reason to speculate as to the cause of his death and are awaiting the results of his
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will be right back. if you're finally done with your turkey leftovers fron thanksgiving, you may want to try something g different. squirrel. believe it or not, there's 100 different ways to cook a squirrel. they even have a contest in arkansas.
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>> reporter: weekend cooking competitions are a pretty common sight south of the mason-dixon line. but there was something ver uncommon about the one heldd on a recent saturday in bentonville, arkansas. the food itself. >> welcome to the 2015 world champion squirrel cook-off. >> reporter: that's right. squirrel. whether you find them adorable or think of them as rats with cuter tails, you probably never considered e eing them. that is, unless you're from the south. >> get to cooking! whoo! [ cheers ] >> you don't have to promote that it's organic, at it's grass-s-d, anything of that nature. it just is. i mean, this is tree to table. >> reporter: joe wilson is the guy behind the cook-off. he says cooking squirrel is a tradition that goes back generations. >> it's extremely important that we hold on to the culture and the heritage of our community.
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years ago to promote the sustainable use of wild game as a dinner, as a table fair. >> reporter: in the cook-off 36 colorfully named teams had two hours to produce a dish and a side dish. and all the squirrel being served had to be caught by the chefs themselves or their friends. since buying or selling wild game meaea is actually illegal. contest favorites brothers blaine and brandon estes have won the competition twice in its five-year history. this year they w we competiti with squirrel sliders and a squirrel bisque. >> yeah. that sounds pretty fancy. >> sounds like we know what we're talking about. >> you don't usually hear those words in the same sentence, squirrel bisque. >> no. >> reporter: here's the thing about cooking squirrel, though. even if you're a two-time world champion, you're going to get some pushback. >> my wife wouldn't cook this. >> no. and you know, ourur mom is a grere
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wouldn't cook squirrel. >> no. >> if you shoot it, you have to eat it. oh, yeah, and you have to cook it too. >> repororr: and that seems to be a big part of the messaging here, that this is an example of good animal stewardship, of eating what you hunt, even if it's a rodent. >> heaven. >> reporter: we'e' now arrived at the part of the story where we are legally obligated to ask the question, on the minds of those still watching the program. how does squirrel taste? >> may i? >> yeah, go ahead. >> thanks. is it seasoned? >> it's just plain boiled. >> that's good. >> reporter: it was my first taste of squirrel but not my last. inexplicably, i'd agreed to serve as one of the contest's judges. a decision i was beginning to regret. >> so 80% of meat inside the dish should be squirrel. >> if i'm allergic to squirrel, is that a problem? [ laughter ] >> reporter: once the judging was under way, though, i had to
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really good and showed amazing creativity. >> wow. look at the place mat. it's like i'm in a moroccan restaurant. >> reporter: of course 20 or so dishes latat and i was the o o starting to feel squirrelly. >> wow. >> awesome. >> reporter: as these iron chefs tested my not so iron stomach, there was one silver lining. >> this year i think we were pretty light on squirrel desserts. but in the past, you know, we've had squirrel ice cream. we've had squirrel brainsith cream cheese in a puff pastry. >> i'm happy that this was a light year for that and i was one of the judges. >> the dessert category can be fairly rough. >> reporter: the day's winning dish tururd out to bequirrel empanadas with cilantro lime dipping sauce. it seems fitting for a contest that's embraced by some and maligned by others that the winning dish was empanadas,s, something thatasn't even
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fiction fbs founder mark zuckerberg and his wife priscilla chan were in a giving mood after the birth of their daughter, so they decidedo donate a fortune. $45 billion worth of facebook stock to charity. anna warner has the details. >> reporter: the philantopic pledge was written in a letter to their daughter maxima, who was born last week. zuckerberg and his wife say they're committed to education, eradicating disease, and reducing poverty. >> having this child has made us think about all of the t tngs that should be improved in the world for her whole generation. >> reporter: the birth of maxima chan zuckerberg prompted n parents mark and priscilla to write this letter. "dear max, l le allarents we nt you to grow up in a world better than ours today. our society has an obligation to invest now, to improve the lives of all those coming into this world."
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their facebook shares over time into the chan-zuckerberg initiative. the publicly traded shares are currently worth about $45 billion. >> zuckerberg could usher in a new era of philanthropy. if you look around silicon valley right now, lots of people are getting very rich very fast. >> reporter: "forbes" estimates zuckerberg's net worth at $46.8 billion. nearly five years ago zuckerberg signed the giving pledge in which billionaires like warren buffett and bibi andelinda gates agree to donate the majority of their wealth to charity. >> we need to make sure there are investments in programs that ensure that the future isnsn going to be e ke today, the ture's going to be better than today. >> reporter: the chan-zuckerberg initiative was formed as an llc, a limited liability corporation,% instead of a foundation to give it more latitude to pursue its mission by funding non-profit organizations, making private
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in policy debates. in 2010 zuckerberg and c cn gave $100 m mlion to the city of newark, new jersey for its public school system. but some educators and parent groups claim the gift caused political havoc and resulted in a publili backlashhver teacher contracts and charter schools. last month on facebook zuckerberg said we now better understand why it can take years to build the support to durably cement the changes needed to provide every student with a high-quality education. well, zuckerberg says he does not plan to give away more than 1 billion a year for the next three years and that he will retain his controlling interests in facebook for the foreseeable future. >> and that's the overnight news for this thursday. for some of you the news continues. for others check back with us a little later for the morning news and "cbs this morning."
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