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be breezy too. captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is thursday, december 17th, 2015. welcomom to "cbcbthis morning." defense secretary ash carter admits he made a mistake with his personal e-mail. charlie d'agata has the interview you will only see on "cbs this morning." protesters demand a new trial for a police officer charged in freddie gray's death, after a jury failed to agree on a verdict. and the greatest goal srer in international soccer drops the microphone to kick off her retirement. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. what i did, until a few months ago, was occasionally used my iphone to send administrative messages. >> the pentagon chief calls his private e-mail use a mistake. >> weren't you aware that may
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ha been in violation of the department policy? the chaotic scene outside a baltimore courthouseafter a judge declared a hung jury in the first freddie gray trial. >> the other five officers charged have their hearing set for the new year. senator rubio chose to stand with barack obama. >> the heated race for the gop nomination is turningng and one-on-one feud. >> i don't care if a guy like jeb bush never endorses me. it wouldn't bother me at all. i think it's a negative. >> texas authorities are looking for a fugitive teen and his mother. >> couch killed four people and his lawyer successfully argued that couch had affluenzaaffluenza.a. >> a f fght bound for amsterdam was grounded after a disturbance in houston. >> a 12-mile chase in nebraska came to an end when a deputy leaped into an 18 wheeler and
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>> all that. >> spain official was punched in the cheek by a bybyander. >> abby wambach, the face of the u.s. women's soccer the last decade plays her final game. >> i love you so much. bourbon street, watch out.t. i've ghost-whin a book that i put your name on, right? it's called "winners aren't losers." my daughter loves it. the dog is a loser and i pity it. this dog did bad deals. this dog is an idiot. announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponred by toyota. let's go places! welcome to "cbs this morning." defense secretary ash carter admits he used his pernal e-mail account for some governmentntork. secretary carter just talked with our charlie d'agata in iraq.
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personal account for classified information. hillary clinton faced d avy criticism for usinger personal e-mail when she was secretary of state. >> this e-mail news broke overnight as carter fos on the fight against isisi during his unannounced visit to iraq. charlie d'agata has more. >> reporter: we met with the secretary of dense here in northern iraq and before we cocod go much further, we had to discuss the topic of his e-mail account. we asked him why he continued to use his personal account, even after his government's account had been issued. and here is what he had to say. >> what i did, that i shouldn't have been doing until a few months ago, was i occasionally used my iphone to send administrative messages, classified information and backed up in records, but to my immediate staff. and even that i shouldn't have been doing. when with i realized that, i
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stopped. but this is -- i tell you, i have to hold myself to absolutely strict standards in rms of cyberecurity and doing things that are appropriate. i didn't, in this case. it's a mistake and it's entirely my -- >> reporter: from there, we moved on to the reason the defense secretary is here and that is to address the u.s. presence in the region and what they are doing with local forces in the fight against isis. we just returned from syria and we spoke to commanders there. they said, yes, we are talking about coordination on the ground but u.s. speal forces, we don't need training and equipment, we need heavyvy artillery, we need armored vehicles and we need anti-tank weapons to match the firepower of isis. is t tt under discussion?? >> efg is on the table to decelerate the defeat of isis.
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that is the reason i'm here. i'm talking to our commanders, first and foremost,, the kurdish of them teenagers, trying to guard this line in the fog. some places we couldn't get to because they were too dangerous. not because they were fighting isis but because they were fighting echlach other. russian president vladimir putin says this morning that rusch russia are listen its acts in syria unless a pea talk begins. putin supports the u.s. proposal to get the talks under way. he met with secretary of state john kerry this week. the russian president also says he is ready to work with the next u.s. president, no matter who it is.
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we have t more breaking nene this morning. the drug company ceo who with raises the price of a life saving pill by more than 5,000 percent has been arrested. federal officials confirmed to cbs news that martin of the drug. charlie? >> jeff, thanks. is morning, prosecutors may consider a newrial for police officer who could have been involved in freddie gray's
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death in baltimore. a jury was unable to reach a unanimous verdict in the trial of william porter. he is the first of six police officers to be tried. gray died in april after he was severely hurt while in police custody. last night, dozens of demonstrators marched peacefully across the city and two people were arrested. kris vananleave is outside of baltimore city hall as protesters renew their call to justice. >> reporter: freddie gray's family called for calm after the hung juryy was announced and they got it. after three days of deliberations, the jury decided it was unable to come up with a verdict. minutes after the mistrial was announced. >> we need justice for freddie gray. >> reporter: a baltimore police officer grabbed this teenage demonstrator by his neck as the crowd rushed over. this protesters was also
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>> telll me what democracy looks like! >> everyone to the sidewalk! >> reporter: officers from across the state hit the street to maintain order. city police commissioner kevin davis. >> protesters who are lawfully assembled have a frfrnd. we are hear to play peacekeepers quite frankly. >> reporter: freddie gray was arrested april 12th what they call possession of anillegal switch blade. the 25-year-old died a week later from injuries he suffered while riding handcuffed in a police transport van. officer william porter was with gray during five of the six stops the van made and did not bubbling gray in. according to prosesetors ignoring police dedertment guidelines. the diverse jury of seven black and five whites deliberated about 16 hours over three days. but told the judge they were hopelessly dead-locked and unable toogree on any of the charges against porter. >> we are not upset with them and neither should the public be upset.
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they did the best they could. >> reporter: in september baltimore approved 6.4 million dollar wrongful death settlementt for gray's family. elijah cummings is confident the officer will face another jury. >> the case will be retried. justice is about pcess and that process was begun to turn. >> reporter: as marchers moved through the streets of do you want, people in gray's west baltimore neighborhood linked arms peacefully and vowed to turn ay from the violent unrest seen in april. >> i hope the world sees that not all places are transparent and baltimore is not the way it was -- >> reporter: six officers have been charged in gray's death. the mistrial may cause delays in the next officer's trial that was set to begin january 6th. we do know that lawyers and the judge are set to meet in private today, but, so far, the prosecutors have not said if they plan to retry porter. norah? >> a grand jury has reportedly indicted the police officer
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ofof 17-year-old. "chicago tribune" reports that officer jason van dyke was indicted on six counts of first-degree murder. he is accused of shooting laquan mcdonald 16 times last year as the teenager walked down thehe street with a knife. video released of the shooting sparked widespread protests. the justice department has launched a federal civil rights probe into the chicago p pice department. the republican presidential campaign this morning sounds as though the last debate never ended. the top candidates are still jabbing each other after they left the stata in las vegas 36 hours ago. major garrett is in washington with the debate that followed the debate. >> reporter: donald trump says he is leading a national movement, one apparently not put off by trump's stated willingness to sacrifice the bill of rightsn the name of security or trump's inability on a debate stage to discuss one of the things that makes america secure, it's nuclear arsenal. trump is still riding high,
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despitit some vulgarity on the campaign trail and jabs from jeb bush. >> somebody said, oh, trump is great entertainer. that is a lot of bull [ bleep ]. i'll tell you, we have a message. >> reporter: what that message is, beyond strength and nostalgia for better times is hard to discern. but big crowds and top-tier poll mbers have given trump more confidence than ever. jeb bush appears to have made it his mission to slow trump's momentum. >> reporter: this campaign video celebrated bush's new-bound combativeness. trump responded with mockery. >> donald trump -- you know? it's just like -- he said it justhe way his pollster told him to say it. >> reporter: senators marco rubio and ted cruz carried this debateonfrontation over immigration to the campaign trail. >> i have never supported legalization. >> you ruled it out.
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legalization and i do not intend to. they would still be eligible for legal statat. >> reporter: in 2013 cruz claimed to support the so-called gang of eight, a bipartisan group working to reform immigration and opposed an amendment that blocked pathway to shipp and allowed undocumented immigrant to obtain legal status. >> the fact i introduced an amendment to remove the part of the gang of eight bill doesn't mean i support the rest of the gang of eight bill. of course, i wanted the bill to pass, my amendment to pass. >> reporter: rubio said his momentum was being disingenuous cruz and rubio fight is about more than immigration. both are positioning themselves as new voices for the conservative movement and both hope, at some point to topple trump. their fight, though, gives trump more room to fight on obstructive but not that he needs it. >> reporter: what is the latest? did ted cruz reveal sensitive
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national security intelligencee information at that debate the other night? >> that was the implication from marco rubio. rubio said he wasn't accusing cruz to do that directly. the senate intelligence committee said there was nothing worthy of investigation. >> thank you, major. open hire this morning after the interest rates arere raised. the dow and nasdaq and s&p went higher in trading yesterday. fed chair janet yellin inen said the central bank is confident about the economy. >> while things may be uneven across regions of the country, and different industrial sectors, we see in economies, it is on a path of sustainable improvement. >> the rate hike is good news for savers who could see higher returns but consumer loans and mortgages are expected to tick up in cost.
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the homeland security department is asking all of us this morning to be on guard for signs of a possible terror attack. this f flows an yun date of thee terror alert system. the public bulletin category warned of evolving terrorist threats. there are no credible threats at this time but the b bletin warns of self-radicalized individuals who could strike with little or no notice. previously, the alert called for a specific threat.
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and ls acknowledged the acre was inspired by car and she was taken to the hospital. the guide, the suspect eventually surrendered to police. this morning, nearly 13 million americans are facing the severe threat of weather. thunderstorms could target the southeast and could alsoo spark tornadoes in parts of the midwest. temperatures won't climb out of the 20s. heavy snow and wind in duluth, minnesota, created a tough commute for drivers there. this morning the greatest
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scorer in u.s. soccer history has taken herself out of the game for good. abby wambach has more goals in international competition than anyone, male or female. she helpedeam usasa win two olympic gold medals and this summer she and her teammates lifted the world cup for the rst time in 16 years. wasn't that an exciting moment? she finished hererareer last night in new orleans as the u.s. lost to china 1-0. mark strassmann reports from the superdome where all eyes were on number 20. >> number 20, abby wambach! >> reporter: abby wambach tiok the field for america one last time. a farewell to her friends. her moves were riveted, especially to all of the girls watching. >> forget the medals won and cords broken.
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i want to leave a legacy for the throwing forward. >> reporter: that legacy included 4 career goals, two olympic gold medals, and one world cup victory. and this celebrated header in the 2011 world cup quarterfinals. her celebrity gave her a platform to speak her mind, even on her last day in the sport, she said she would fire the u.s.s men's coach, jurgen klinsmann. >> i would definitely fire jurgen the way he has brought in a bunch of these -- these foreign guys is just not something that -- it's just not something that i believe in. >> reporter: on the field, wambach often led with her head, but she always led with her heart. her passion, as much as her power, tranormed the women's game and it inspired a new generation off players. lindsey vanas brought her three girls, all soccer players.
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>> she goes after it. i want my girls to be like that. >> reporter: wambach didn't score and the u.s. lost, but it didn't matter. >> my next chapter is going to be even brighter and more fulfilling and more passionate than even this isis >> reporter: as she walkeke off the field for the final time, this sports legend hoped that somewhere in the stands the next abby wambach w watching. >> watch out u bourbon street! oh, my god! >> thank you, abby! >> reporter: for "cbs this morning," mark strassmann, new orleans. >> congratulations to her and the u.s. women's soccer team and how much she has done, i think, for young girls and women across america who want to grow up and be abby wambach.` >> she said her bottom just knows when it knows and she just
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donald trump isefending his proposal to shut down parts of the internet to fight terrorism.
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plan to knock isis offline is i would like to make a trillion dollars orhatever it is that you have also. so i've ghost-written a book that i put your name on, okay? and it's called "winners aren't losers." may i read it to you? here are some frogs. i do not like at all. we must take these frogs out and then build a wall. oh, the place you'll go o your yacht, on your ane, witit your wife from milan. the people around you all kissing your [ bleep ]. there are two kinds of people, which one will yoube? a loser like them? would you like to finish? or a winner? >> like me. >> very clever, jimmy mmel. something tells me donald trump liked that book very much. if jimmy could find out a way to sell it, people would buy it. i thought ry well done.
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>> there you go. >> welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour, donald trump wants to throw isis right off the internet but doubte are throwing that idea out the window. digital expert nick thompson is here to play it all out. is there any scenario you think where a cyber blockade could work? new video could mean more trouble for the so-called affluenza teenager. ethan couch is on probation for killing four people while driving drunk. ahead, why police are conduduing an urgent search for the missing teen. time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. "the new york times" investigates flames of cover-up for navy s.e.a.l.s in afghanistan and stationed in an american outpost in 2012. the s.e.a.l.s and afghan militia men allegedly beat a group of detainees so badly, one died. . s.e.a.l.s were disclcled in a disciplinaryryrocess and the
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navy defended the handling of the case rhode island. spain' prime minister was puhed in the face. in the area whehe he grew up he was campaigning. the stunt surprised the prime minister and leaves bright red marks on his left cheek. he later tweeted he is okay. his attacker is identified as a 17-year-old teenager who has been arrested. son-in-law of wealthy gop donor a alson arranged the purchase of "laefss vegas view-journal." hoverboards, a problem apparently linked to them catching fire apparently linked the overheated lithium batteries. several major airlines have also banned the toys. a fugitive task force is searching for a texas teenager who gained national attention.
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ethan couch who killed four people while driving drunk but he only got probation. his defense team claimed that he was raised with affluenza and that is a controversial psychological condition that is affecting wealthy young ople. omar villafranca is outside of the courthouse in ft. worth and shows us why the teen is in trouble again. omar, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. exactly two weeks o, ethan couch checked in with his probation officer, but no one has heard from him or his mother since. many believe his disappearance has to do with the posting of an online video a few weeks ago thth prompted an investigation by the tarrant county district attorney. this is the video that may have reignited ethan couch's legal trouble. the six-second clipweetedt the tarrant county's attorney's office apparently this month appears to show the 18-year-old cheering during a drinking game and theyelieve that violated hihi probation and now ethan and his mother are on the run.
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>> when i saw the video the first thing that crossed my mind this is a good chance he will get locked up if he doesn't run. >> reporter: dee anderson is the tarrant county sheriff. does this surprise you? >> not at all. i said two years ago, this was going to happen. one of those times you hate to say i told you so, but i told you so. >> we need an ambulance. >> repororr: in 2013, when couch was 16, he killed four people and paralyzed a passenger in the drunk driving accident and several of the victims we helping the stranded driver. as part of controversisi defense, couch's attorney argued that his client suffered from affluenza. a wealthy privilege upbringing that they said led to his irresponsible actions. couch was sentenced to ten years probation but no jail time. >> he hasn't learned his lesson. he won't rehabilitate. he won't take it seriously. he never showed one ounce of remorse for killing four innocent p pple. >> reporter: on wednesday with, the group mothers against drunk
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ethan couch appears to show blatant disrard for the law, they wrote. couch's attorney confirmed the disappearance to cbs news, saying it would not be appropriate for us to publicly discuss this matter further at this time. >> i tnk he needs to be locked up, i think he needs to be put into the a alt prison system for the first time in his life and let's hold him accountable for what he did. >> reporter: in november, the d.a.'s office requested that couch's prpration be moved over an adult court but that has not happened yet. if he is arrested now, he could still only be punished in a juvenile court. >> thank you, omar. to donald trump's call to block isis from the internet. the presidential front-runner is facing skepticism and ridicule from critics in both the political and digital world this rning. but donald trump is defending his plan. here is what ed in tuesday night's dedete in las vegas. >> but we should be using our
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brilliant minds to figure a way that isis cannot use the internet. >> let me follow-up, mr. trump. so are you open to closing parts of the internet? >> i would certainly b% open to closing areas where we are at war with somebobo. i sure as hell don't want to let people that want to kill us and kill our nation use our internet. yes, sir, i am. >> cbs news contributor nicholas thompson is the editor of "the new yorker." is this a crazy idea and is it even possible? >> is it even possible? it's actually more possiblee than some people are saying. the internet is a set of wires, cables, satellite connections. you could go in and cut down the wires and knockckown the cell taurs wers and get rid of the satellite dishes and do a lot of what trump is staying but wouldn't stop isis recruiting because a lot of it happens outside of syria. you wanted to wall that part
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internet a lotou can do. >> s sit's not a crazy idea? >> it's not a crazy idea tech technologically techchlogically. what works is in oppresseded areas you give them more information, right? if you shut down the internet in, say, northern syria, you may shut it down and make it harder for isis to communicate but you don't totally stop themecause they can smuggle out -- and from saudi arabia. you hurt the communication ability from the kurds and raqqa reports to the world the horrible things isis is doing. if you want to counter isis cutting off the internet isn't the right way to do it in my view but not technologically totally insane. . >> it's interesting to hear trump say this. it has been done before. it was used, of course, in the arab spring after 2011 in egypt. it's used in china and burma and turkey regularly shuts down
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than bombing cell towers this can be done, correct? >> absolutely. isis has done that too, shutting down internet access that people they believe are challengigi it and making harderror people to get their information online antiand count them. -- not the democratic one. >> is it possible the internet is good for us that they are using the internet soe can somemew try to follow them even though they use encrypted apps? and following their propaganda. >> nick thompson, interesting. thank you so much. you don't have to be a terrorist to face the wrath of china for online postings.. ahead, how a different kind of credit score could be used to silence critics of the ruling communist party. if you're heading out the door, set your dvr so you can watch "cbs this morning" this morning any time. we have something special coming up. you don't want to miss our look
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a prominent human rigs lawyer went on trial in china this week for social media posts that criticized the ruling communist party. the lawyer faces up to eight years in prison for his comments on china's equivalent of twitter. seth doane is in beijing and online behavior. just the latest in this ever-expanding surveillance state.
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this is the message that got you into such trouble? zhang aijia cost us the message she posted on social media that cost her job and even her home. it's incredible these few paragraphs got you into so much trouble. i was shocked, shesaid, o o country is going backwards. the post was an apparent jab at china's president xi jinping. police showed up at her school to question her and days later,r, she was fired and f fced to leave her school housing. this is the 21st century, she said. so why does it feel like a society with an peror? in other countries, people can criticize, even mock leaders. we interviewed a woman who was fired from her job because of something she posted online. are you surprised by that? >> no, not at all. i think it has a great -- intended for that purpose. >> reporter: we travel to shanghai to talk to this gentlemen about that chins
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the credit and the online behavior of netasian and a plan to rank citizens based on their onli activity. >> it's a way of compiling information down to the individual levels that can be rolled nup a score that really talks about how well aligned you are with the agenda of the leader. >> reporter: think of it like the credit score that combines everything from shopping habits to social media posts, and can be used by the ruling communist party. >> it's a continuation of what the chinese used to do and what ey called the portfolio, the personal portfolio. >> reporter: that portfolio was a sort of file which could affect everything from employee ability to health care options. this advances that concept into the digital age andnd a country that does not have privacy laws that prevent mass data collection. >> the information compiled could affect your ability to go to a top university. it could affect your ability to get a really good job. it could even affect your
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ability to get a passport to travel aborder. >> reporter: -- abroad. >> reporter: what do you think of this potential credit score system? the score sysyem will probably further narrow the space for different cell phones and ultimately encrypted text messages. >> seth, very interesting story. thank you very much. can you imagine if this country if you lost your job because of something you said on twitter about the government? >> no. we live in a great country. >> we really do. i'm reminded of that all th time. thank you, again, seth. a new way to detect owe vafvarian
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don't believe me just watch don't believe me, just watch >> good morning. it is thursday december 17th, 2015. welcome back to "cbs this morning." there is more real news ahead, including a look back at this busy here. we'll revisit the big stories we covered and some favorite moments of 2015. first let's look at today'y' "eye opener." we had to discuss the topic of his email accounts. >> i should have been minding pli ps and qs. >> the drug company ceo who raised the price of a life-saving pill by more than 5,000% has been arrested. this is a security fraud case. it's just developing as we speak. freddie gray's family called for calm after the jury decided it was unable to come up with a verdict. trump is still riding high despite vul garrity on the campaign trail. >> hillary clinton iss a disaster.
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i will not say that she puts on her pantssuit because that's what she does. i'm not going to say it. ethan couch checked inith his probation officer a few weeks ago but no one has heard from him or his mother since. >> it's incredible that these few paragraphs get you into so much trouble. china's government is testing a new social credit score system. another republican debate. and i'm tired because i was up late watching the whole thing, and definitely not at the cbs christmas party doing jello shots out of charlie rose's naval. >> this morning's "eye opener" at 8:00 is presented by progressive. i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. >> we had to comment about jello shots out of your navel. >> i was going to comment but i love steven. it's unlikely y happenen >> i thihi so! we begin with defense secretary ash carter admitting
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this morning he used his personal email account for some government work. the controversy came as carter rived today in iraq to meet with military commanders. >> carter told cbs news he did not use the account for classified information. charlie talked with theefense secretary in irbil in an interview you'll only see on "cbs this morning." >> reporter: why did you continue to use your personal accounafter your government account had been issued. >> this is a mistake. enenrely my mistake. i as secretary of defense use email very little and never for classified information. but what i did, that i shouldn't have been doing until a few months ago, was occasionally use my iphone to send administrative messages. no classified information. and backed up as records. but to my immediate staff.f. and even that i shouldn't have been doing. when i realized that, i stopped. >> reporter: had you continued using that personal account even
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after the scandal or controversy about hillary clinton n ew up? >> well, when you are in my position, and particularly that environment, that's just more reason why i should have been minding my, you know, all my ps and qs here.. and i wasn't. and that's my fault. >> now, carter is in iraq to discuss ways to accelerate the defeat of isis. charges filed today against the man who bought the assault rifles used in the san bernardino massacre. he is a former friend and neighbor of syed farook. farook and his wife tashfeen malik were inspired by isis but there is no evidence that any outside group directed the attack that killed 14 people two weeks ago. the e ite house says president obama will meet with victims' relatives in san bernardino on friday. kohl's raising the stakes this morning in the fight for holiday shoppers. doors opened at 70 a.m. today, and theyeyre not closing for morerehan, listen to this, 170
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straight hours right through to 6:00 on christmas eve. lee gallagher is the assistant managing editor of "fortune" magazine and she's here to show us how that marathon strategy could pay off. they're saying, quote, it's an added convenience that they're offering&to shoppers. what is the strategy? who isoing at 3:00 a.m.? >> probably not that many people are going at 3:00 a.m., though i would do anything to avoid the crowds. this company and most retailers are doing anything they can to compete with the thrhrt from online retail. which this year is bigger than it has ever been. so this is a way -- what can brick and morta stores offer? when itomes to the crunch time and the deadne, they're rightht nearby. if you have missed the shipping deadline, you can go in. we all have deadlines, the shopping, the pressure. if you can go after dinner, after the kids are in bed or get extra time out to do thehe holiday shopping it's an advantage that other stores don't have. with everyone storm the store at midnight? i don't know.
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but it's yet another tool in this endleus effort by retailers to try to compete with online retail and all the other things that are happening in retail today. >> what do you think the downside could be? >> it's expensive to staff stores 24 hours a day like that. it's a huge cost, obviously.y. also, you lose the time to sort of restock and clean up the stores. i'm sure they'll be doing that in the slower hours. a couple of years ago walmart, some of its 24-hour stores, decided to close a few hours overnight so they could brush up the stores a little bit. i think that's a downside. >> is this a losing battle for brick and mortar?? evevtually their percentage of revenue will simply decline and decline? >> it's a tough time. i interviewed george zimmer this week, the former ceo o o men's wearhouse. he is now doing online tuxedo rentals. what a lot of conventional retailers are doing is what's called omni-channel. that's basicallyly your website i i
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online and pick up in the store. order from your phone. it's seamlessly integrating all these things. what will happen to all the square feet that we have in retail reall estate, that's a good question. >> is it working for walmart? >> walmart is investing a lot -- a billion a year or so -- in this. they havava big strategy and it's working. doug mcmillan is turning that strategy around. it's something everyone is grappling with. along, by the way, with the weather this year, which is lling them! so it's not easy right now. >> listen. last year they stayed open 100 hours before. >> they did. so obviously it worked. >> our landscape is changing. thank you u much and hapap holidays. this morning we're looking at the biggest moments of the year on "cbs this morning." they include our one-on-one conversation with the man who kept every polical watcher in america guessing. >> is s that you think you couldn't win or that you didn't want to run? >> couldn't win.
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it's time to fight back. i'm hillary y inton and i approve this message. morning rounds, you hope in our morning rounds. new hope for early detection of ovarian cancer. one of the largest studies of its kind coming out this morning. the research finds that a blood test combined with ultrasound reduces the risk of dying from the diase by 2 2 prz. david agus leads the westside cancer center at the university of southern california. he is in los angeles. david, good morning. you think the study is a big deal? >> no question. ononof the largestlinical
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trials ever done. 200,000 women. three groups. one had a blood test. they looked atthange over time of this marker follolod by an ultrasound if it was abnormal. the second was people just getting the ultrasound. the third was they did nothing. if you te out the women who had ovarian cancer when they entered the study there was aboutt a 20% reduction over 14 years in the deaths of ovarian cancer. this is a cancer where it classically presents late. and if this were implemented in the united states, we would save about 3,500 lives per year. >> what's the breakthrough in terms of the test? >> well, we use this test in several other studies to try to identify ovarian cancer. in this study they didn't just look at the absolute number. they looked at the change in the number with an algorithm combined with other risk factors. it's looking at the delta, the change, which looked at the difference compared to the other
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beuse of the size of the study and the length showed the survival advanange. >> when you get the news of ovarian cancer, it's devastating news. why is it so hard to detect this particular kind of cancer? >> bause of where it is in the body it classically presents later. by the timee there are symptoms it's a big cancer and it's too hard to actually cure. so the death rate of this cancer is pretty high. with only about 45% of people living five years after diagnosis. so this is one -- this is the first study ever to show that early detection saves lives. so it's a pretty important finding in ovariancancer. >> that's the question. early detection. so should women be asking their doctors for these tests now? >> that's a key question. this study is important, but it was one piece of the puzzle. there are some statistical reasons why this may not be yet definitive. it may take a year or two to really make this definitive. so it's going to be a debate. do we implement it now because
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we can potentially save lives and the risk is there, but it's low. if you do three surgeries, one of the women will have ovarian cancer there is still a false positive risk that,,s you can go through surgery and potentially not need it. so this is the beginning of it. but hopefully this will actually mark what we, in the cancer world what we believe in, which really is prevention and early detection detection. that will make the impact. >> is there an age where we should start worrying about this? >> cancer goes up as you get older. the study was done in post menopapaal women. we've heard about people having cancer at a young age but most happen in the mid 60s. >> thank you, david. >> postmenopausal. >> david agus. a super bowl champion becomes a hero after the field after his old high school face disaster. that's ahead on "cbs this morning." ananuncer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by breathe right. breathe better, sleep better
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we continue our high school honor roll series this morning celebrating super bowl number 50. in his rookie season st. louis rams wide receiver torry holt led his team to victory in super bowl xxxiv. he recently brought a golden football to his alma mater.
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nfl films is capturing the journey andholt's super bowl journey started here at eastern guilford's high school in north carolina. >> i had professional ambitions fr an very early age and was told i had a lot of talent b b as a young teen, you're not really sure. >> reporter: on his way to the pros, torry lost his mother to cancer. >> that pushed me to play football at a high level ando try to reach my ultimate goal and that was to play professionally. >> reporter: in his very first professional season, holt distinguished himself on the game's biggest stage. >> so i go into that super bowl game with a separated ac joint that is really sore, a punctured lung from the nfc championship
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game versus the tampa bay buccaneers. the first thing g thought about was my mom getting up every morning with cancer to go to work to provide for her kids. there is no way i'm missing the game. i got to go out and help my teammates win the super bowl. >> throws. end zone. touchdown, rams, torry holt! >> it was a very magical rookie season and to be a part of history. that can never be taken away from us. >> reporter: in november of 2006 the school has this hserved the whole family for generations was lost to fire. torry and his brother were among the first to offer aid. >> they reached out immediately, said what are the needs? >> reporter: they furnished thousands of dollars worth of backpacks and school supplies and on the same field where the brothers began their nfl journeys they enhanced football
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>> we wanted to use our resources to provide that for the high school and the kids in the community. this is spectacular. you got a great, big old scscol. campus is like being at a small community college. this is amazing! >> yes. it's really nice. he hasn't ever forgotten where he came from. we know he is only a phone call, an e-mail away and it's like communicating with one of your own. how about a nice round of applause for our high school graduate torry holt. he is still a friend of ours, a neighbor of f ours. he continues to pay forward what he has learned in life. >> so if you got negativity around you, get rid of them now! today! immediately! there is not a lot of high schools in the country that can say they have a super bowl winner. throw your hands up! that comomfrom that school. it's like another one of those things on my bucket list i can
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guilford high school here in north cacalina. i'm really excited and proud of that. >> very nice. don't we love him? tonight, the rams host the tampa bay buccaneers on "thursday night football." that is on the nfl network. a lot of good stories come from rth carolina. >> yeah. >> i just have to take a moment to publicly apologize to you, norah o'donnell. charlie, you may have recalled yesterday i observed that you got a christmas card from the o'donnell's family and i did not. i went over and checked my mailbox. craig, can you zoom in? there they are, i take back all of the things i said to you. i take it all back! >> i'm worried i made you a christmas card and didn't send it! i know you love necklaces. now you have a n nah o'donnell necklace. >> control room, did you know she was going to do this? so funny. i came in and said, i got the christmas card. i want to say something to norah.
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plaster your whole makeup room with this. >> i take back all of the things were observing yesterday that charlie got one a i got mine today. >>idn't get your krimpls card yet. >> i didn't send any out. merry christmas, everybody i'm going to wear this all day and you think i'mmkidding. i'm going to have it on all day. >> she really gave me a spanking. >> just observation. >> just between us and 3 1/2 million people. we arereow sharing our most unforgettable conversations of 2014. gisele bundchen shows us how she is turning the page on modeling. you were at a place where you don't quite know where the future is. that is rather exciting. >> that's a beautiful thing. >> reporter: exactly. >> scary a little bit. >> reporter: exactly. >> but it's exciting! >> reporter: that and other memorable momentfrom this year after your local news. i'm _______it's eight-25 on this wednesday morning. your
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top stories are coming up in just a moment...but right now - - let's take a look at what's happening outside -- --has your cbs 2 weather first
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multiple squad cars were at the intersection of 18-8- street and 33-rd avenue southwest just hours ago at the ending of an apparent high-speed chase in cedar rapids. rapids.a witness told cbs 2 news they were nearby when they saw a truck fly by with out 5 squad cars chasing it. you can see the truck is lying
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on a flat bed -- being towed near the sidewalk.tune in for the cbs 2 news at noon for the latest on this developing story. cbs 2 news now has the e dramatic dash cam video from an officer-involved shooting earlier this year. year.in the early morning hours on march 29-th -- police spotted 27-year-old kyle orth speeding and running red lights in downtown cedar rapids.orth later tried to get away from officers by driving in reverse down an alley but ran into a utility pole.orth was then shot three times -- but recovered from his injujues and was then charged with several crimes.he pleaded guilty and is now facing 180 days behind bars. the attorney general's office says a waterloo offir was also justified when he shot a suspect last month. a review of the case found the officer did *not break the law by shooting at a suspect who was quickly driving toward him. the identity of the officer is being withld because of his position in a drug task force. the department of public safety says he acted reasonably because he thought
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his life was in danger. friends and family will come together tonight to remember a waterloo teen found dead earlier this month.a candle light vigil will be held for moe sed at west high school. his body was found in the cedar river near gilbertville last week after he was missing r more t tn a month. tonight's vigil will b bfrom seven to 7-30.anyone planning to attend is asked to bring a candle. right now -- park road in iowa ty will be down one lane of alternating traffic just east of its intersection with riverside drive.thisiss for construction to install an electrical manhole in the electrical manhole in the area. don't forget -- cbs 2 connects with you - call cbs 2 if you see news happen.00 222 kgan. you can also email tips, pictures, and even video --to
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that's a quick look at your welcome back to "cbs this morning." we are taking sometime to look back at a very busy new year. >> we reported on two deadly terror attacks in paris and a presidential campaign, so far, unlike any other in recent history. >> we saw americans triumph on e soccer field and a triumph a tour of america b bpope francis. >> multiple attacks in the city of paris. many are dead. many are wounded. >> the bataclan far and away the massacre happened and a whole area of crisis. france is at a country at war. >> u.s. officials are calling the attack a game-changer. >> this is an attack on all humanity. >> they sit six sites and in the span of just 32 minutes. darkness fell on the city of
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>> this was an attack on our very way of life. this is an attack on the way the west lives. >> the staff of "charlie hebdo" with publish as normal. >> could an attack inaris happen in the u.s.? >> on a couple of levels. >> i'll take a bullet before you, that's for damn sure. >> this was supposed to be a happy occasion but it turned into a shoot scene.e. >> the two gunmen w we killed by police just hours after the rampage. >> i can't get my head around the fact that a 27-year-old mother of a 6 month joel is firing off a gun at a christmas party. >> i think it's hard for anybody to get their heads around. >> i'm calling him to see ife is okay and he's the shooter? how do you -- it's difficult. >> these events, they shock
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communities when they realize life is precious. >> somehow, this has become routine. the reporting is routine. my response ends up being routine. we have become numb to this! >> multiple shots are fired and that is when you know something is wrong. >> the gunman's motive is still unclear. what is clear is the devastating impact these actions have had on this tight-knit community. >> we must stop this senseless violence. >> if we approach that moment, we want to pause and reflect what made these twoo special with you once ain. >> how do you even begin to process what happened today? >> total shock and sbelief. i've been crying my eyes out all y long. >> she said we were the prettiest news couple ever. >> i can see nine white ribbons. one for each of the nine people
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how sweet the sound >> reporter: at this moment in time, violence at anyplace is not acceptable on any level. >> this was the intersection that was the scene of the largestlashes with police. >> the state police are now in charge. >> they are calling it hero mom. do you feel like a hero mom? >> my intention was just to hit my son and get my son and have him be safe. >> reporter: it's a disastrous mess and never seen anything likehis in my life. >> this train met a violent end just over there. >> the busiest amtrak corridor in the country is shut down. no trains. that is the derailed cars right down there. >> the russian security system confirm that the russian metro jet crashehein the sinai was caused by a bomb. >> i think putin's reaction is
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a very big way. >> we are now in a very dangerous situation with the u.s. and russia conducting air strikes in syria. >> much has been read into this that this is a new effort to russia to take a leadership role in the middle east. is it? >> emergency crews are flying to and fm the crash site. >> investigators are looking for what exactly triggered unthinkable act of susuide and mass murder. >> the post is overcrowded and the creakgreek coastline is still five miles i in that direction. >> migrants are pushing into this area and troops are pushing us back and they have closed the borders on both sides. >> the explosions had the power of 21 tons of tnt. e police here are trying to stop us from shooting. this is what it's like covering a story here in china.
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>> last time we interviewed we can't come to north korea? >> you can't come. you're being too rude. we lost bob simon of cbs who was killed this evening. i'll tell you all about it when i see you again >> i'm beau biden and joe biden is my dad. from where we began >uccess when you look at your n and daughter and realize they turned out better than you did. when i see you again when i see you again >> we die does not mean you lose cancer. you beat cancer by how you live, why you live, and in the manner in which you live. it's been a long day >> from the arctic circle to the anan and d e arctic circle.
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>> this could have ended another way but it had an happy ending. i'll tell you all about it when i see you again >> the tornado tore through this town of 200. the front of this house has been completely ripped off. >> when it hit, definitely, we knew it hit. >> this fire is just burning through homes! one of the only things you can still recognize here is the front door. >> t heat from these flamess intense but the wind is pushing the flames up the hill s se and away from the high. the problem on this side of the highway are homes. it's a disaster here. the residents have been told to evacuate. >> we haven't seen this level of rain in a thousand years. that's how big this is. >> the arctic is warming sooner, faster, and more than anywhere else. >> do you believe the time in change is the number one threat to the world today? >> yeah. we only have one planet so we
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>> yes! i can feel my face >> you got to be kidding me! >> the video is hilarious. >> when it happens it just absolutely jacked me up! oh, yes, yes, yes! we got it, baby! >> i love it. >> welcome to sno mountain! snow piles as high as 5 to 7 feet! i feel like i'm in a snow globe. could be in minus 10 to minus0 degrees. >> the colweather has created some winter fashion statements. kind after cross between nanuk of the north and yosemite sam. what do you think, charlie? >> i think it works for you. >> american pharoah has won the triple crown. >> one of the epic performances
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>> intercepted a athe goal line by malcolm butler. unreal! >> what happened about deflated balls? >> i think tom brady is healthy an vibrant. i don't think there is any relevance for that comment. >> well, what -- >> i have no more campaigns to run. i know because i won both of them! >> why do you want to be president? u've been in the white house. there it is. >> there it is, right. well, i'm not doioi it to move back in. >> my campaign is about a political revolution. >> give us three words that is the real hillary clinton. >> i am a real p pson! >> the american people are sec and tired about hearing about your damn e-mails. >> are you sick and tired of donald trump? >> ladies and gentlemen, president of the united states, donald j. trump! bad blood >> i admire the fact he is inpolitically incorrect. >> donald trump's campaign is like a summer blockbuster movie.
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president and be the world's biggest jack-ass. >> this could be the ugliest campaiai in modern times. >> are you the only candidate? >> right n n i am. >> no reason for me to forgive you. >> you should vote for a republican other than yourself, who would that that be? >> i'd votee for myself again! >> the same-sex marriage is the law of the land. ruling that everybody has been waiting for. >> her conscience hasn't changed and meanan the legal fight iss far from over. >> these people are rallied and you are a strong people! >> there is great anticipation. >> you bet there. i'm kind of nervous. i hope i'm not showing it. >> tens of thousands of people on what is essentially the president's front lawn. >> you can almost feel the excitement here. >> the pope's visit to the capitol is called the hottest ticket in washington.
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>> how do you protect the one who has the ultimate guardian angle? >> here he'll have 6,000 additional guardrdn angels. >> thank you very much and god bless america. >> i'm glad it ended on the pope. >> i know! >> so m mh happened over the course of the year. >> incredible to look back. a reminder what a privilege it has to cover the news. >> to be a witness to history. >> and to be able to tell people sometimes. you go to beddnd wake up and the world has totally changed and we have to tell you it's such an honor. some of our happiest moments included visiting with greats like jake gyllenhaal. >> what is your idea of a great state? >> it's fun and not too fancy. eating is very important to me. eatingome food. >> so where shall wee go?
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we will share the lighter side praised as one of america's best mayors who governed as a pragmatist. bernie sanders passed more amendments in a republican congress than any other member. cracked the gridlock with john mccain to strengthen veterans' healthcare.
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bernie sanders. a consistent, principled, and effective leader.
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i don't like it, i love it. it's true. we like to say the news is back this morning but tha alsoeans having fun a ang the waytoo. here are some of those great moments from here in studio 57 to the top of the world trade center. >> congratulations.
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you finally figured this show out! it took about 40 years but you figured it out. >> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'o'nnell, two of my favorite people. >> you want to start over, right, charlie? >> would you stop interrupting me? that's what i want! >> i switched to this show. i like you guys a lot here. you keep it real here. >> do i what? i'm sorry. >> i don't miss nbc. >> you miss me? >> i did miss norah. she is a bigger diva than i was. >> lots of people watching this show, going, really? that guy? >> cbs. the channel broadcasting system. >> honey! >> cbsn. >> starts now with gayle! >> where do you think oprah is going right now? >> probably talking to gayle in >> all that. >> all that matters. >> on "cbs this morning." i really like you >> a choice to get up this morning. much more a aention h he than
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matt lauer is going. >> did you say, gayle, what are you doing this evening? [ speaking in foreign language ] >> not a damn thing. >> where did you get that cold fro? >> we have to take a break from kissing. sorry about that. >> no! >> you don't? >> what? i'm just reading the prompter. >> that is a lot of -- >> everything else okay at home? >> charlie, good to see you in the evening. >> next time, dinner and a warm fire, norah. >> all that, pause. >> pause. >> and all that matters. >> on "cbs this morning." shut up and dance with me >> charlie road,se, your table is ready. >> even if your norts you can do great things. >> you sure can. that's right. i look forward to getting there! dance with me >> the news is back t ts morning, if i can lift my leg.
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like a natural woman >> i'm ging to die and go to heaven right now. >> charlie, we want you to know you make us feel alive inside. >> i can't tell you what you do to me! the news is back this morning. >> did you hear it's charlie's birthday? >> all that. >> all that matters. >> on "cbs this morning." thank you. >> how does one way to tom hanks, that was good, but could doou that over? a little mororenerer. >> highest compliment that people pay you. >> you are really a down-to-earth person. >> are you sorry you didn't -- >>he bar is low, charlie. i'm on top of the world >> just going in the elevator here is a view. >> birirs-eye view of the greatest city y fant world. can you imagine we are 102 stories up? >> the planes are flying below
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>> you should be here every morning. >> i must be luckiest man in the world to sit between the two of you. % >> great shout-out to everybody behind the scenes. >> from pooty pie to the president of russia. that is quite a range. i'm on top of the world >> i would watch that show! >> i wouou watch that show. >> that was great. really great. good memories. >> our thanks to wes carlton and matt shelley and emily turk. >> bravo! the people who put that whole tata together. that's very hard to do. >> all of that in one year. unbelievable. how much fun we're having. >> we have had a lot of fun i think with some of most interesting pele in the world and we are doing some of the most interesting stuff, yeah. and good conversation. >> it's hard to pick a favorite moment. there have been so many good moments. >> very hard to pick a favorite. >> both in terms of some terms of human condititi and conflict
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in our wowod, as well as the joy and inspiring stories of people who make a difference. >> i tell people all the time, though, we really are like a three-legged stool. i think we really do work so well together and i think when anybody comes to sit at the table, they feel really good about it. you have three people who want to talk to you and want to hear what you have to say andnd have fun in the process. >> and norah, make sure you get your christmas card to her on time.
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>> yes, we will. hohogreat it was to look back on all of that stuff we have been doing. >> you know what is great?
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just a moment...but right now - - let's take a look at what's happening outside -- --justin has your cbs 2
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in iowa city -- a group is calling on university of iowa president bruce harreld to fire peter matthes. matthes.he is vice-president of extnal relations and is responsible for awarding 321-thousand dollars worth of contracts without a bidding process.the contracts went to companies owned by matt strawn -- a republican party consultantthe group -- iowans defendininour universities -- says matthes skirted open bidding laws and policies. in the race for the white house, a pair of candidates fresh off their latest debate will be in easrn iowa very soon. soon.front runner donald trump will be back in the corridor this weekend.trump will have a rally with supporters at the veterans coliseum in cedar rapids.saturday's event is
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scheduled to art at two. recent polls show trump's support slipping in iowa -- with texas senator ted cruz essentially tied for first place. another g-o-p candidate will be in eastern iowa this evening.ohio governor john kasich is making his first campaign stop in waterloo when he hosts a a wn hall meeting at 6.doors open at the waterloo center for the arts at 5-30.the event is free and open tohe public. don't forget -- cbs 2 connects with you - call cbs 2 if you see news happen.800 222 kgan. you can also email tips, pictures, and even video --to news -- at cbs 2 iowa dot com. that's a quick look at your thursay morning news..get more news anytime online - at cbs 2 iowa dot com!have a great day. day. paris: there's a lot to doon a dairy farm. nobody's gonna do it for you. you have to get out there and do it yourself.
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bernie cannot be bought out by big money. bernie's opinion cannot be purchased. it's time for our next president to get in there, roll up his sleeves, take off the gloves, and take on wall street, take on big business, take on big money, and get the working class back to where they should be. he's a rock.
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