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and, he turned deadpan into an art form. remembering abe vigoda. >> what's your anniversary? >> sometime in february. >> announcer: this is the cbs overnight news. the first votes in the presidential election are five days away and the republican race in iowa is as tight as it can be. in a new poll, donald trump is leadadg ted cruz by two popots in iowa. essentially a tie. marco rubio, the only other candidate in double digits. here is major garrett. >> reporter: donald trump won endorsements from evangelical leader jerry falwell jr. and arizona sheriff, joe arpaio giving trump credibility on bothth abortion and immigration. >> so many incredible
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very, very well with the evangelicals. >> ted cruz argued he is most conservative candidate on social issues. >> who stood, defended life, marriage, liberty, defended the second amendment. >> reporter: his campaign is running this ad atcking trump. >> i am pro-choice in every respect. >> i can do it better. >> reporter: marco rubio currently running third in iowa polls is fighting to be the party's mainstream alternative. can you win iowa caucuses? >> i can tell you we are going to do well in iowa and new hampshire and we will be the nom kneel. >> reporter: in a video, trump threat tuned boyoytt thursday's debate because of fox news moderator megyn kelly. >> megyn kelly is really biased. >> reporter: kelly's only offense, asking trump tough questions. >ou called women you u n't like, fat pigs, dogs, slobs and disgusting animals. >> fox is standing with kelly. scott, just moments ago here,
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not participate in the fox debate for a campaign that knows turnout is vital to victory that its the riskiest strategy imaginable. >> major garrett reporting. thank you. on the democratic side, hillary y inton leads bernie sanders nationally by 12 points. and this is the first time she has been under 50%. we have more now on their battle for iowa from nancy cordes. >> reporter: sanders got a heroes welcome at steel workers union hall in des moines where his pro worker message clearly found some fans. >> you are ready for a radical idea? >> yeah! >> we're going to create an econy that works for working families, not just billionaires. >> reporter: union members make up 10% of iowa's work force. and can provide key manpower in a campaign's homestretch. sanders has locked up support
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and national nurses united. clinton is backed by american fed ration of teachers, and the service employees union. >> you will know that you have a friend in the white house. >> reporter: at a forum, clinton was confronted by a young sanders voter. >> in fact heard from quite a few people my age that they, think you are dishonest. >> you know, look, i have been around a long time. people have thrown all kind of things at me. >> reporter: we asked sanders what he thought? >> do you view secretary clinton as dishonest? >> i have knowowsecretary inton for 25 years. this is a distinguished woman who has work ford many, many years. i like secretary clinton. we have differences of opinion on important issues. >> sanders warned his supporters today he can only win here in iowa if turnout is better than average. that is an acknowledgement, scott, many of his fans are younger people who make for less reliable caucus goers. >> and worth remembering, iowa is just the starting line in a process that will go long into
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nancy cordes, thdnk you very much. washington's mayor plans to lift the snow emergency tomorrow evening. for now the city is still moving at half-speed with the streets clogged. the same in baltimore. which led to a dangerous situation overnight. here's kris van cleave. >> reporter: the snow didn't start this fire in baltimore. but it spread to five rowhouses when firefighters couldn't get their r ucks to the unploweded street. residents had to help drag fire hoses through the snow. joe keebler and deborah fetchik's mother lost her home. >> nearly 72 hours after the storm stopped, frustration in washington, d.c. is growing. >> i think d.c. government snow removal plan is called spring. and gil schwartz has had enough of the walk down the path. >> three days is really outrageous.
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there are elder people here. people who really rely upon being able to get out. >> reporter: others took to twitter using #snowstuck. to complain. a staffer wrote it's come to is. this woman posted 50 of her parents neighbors are shoveling and snow blowing the street instead of waiting for a plow. the clean-up remains an around the clock effort. d.c.'s chris geldart. >> they said any body over a certain age, able-bodied we will pay-up to come help dig the city out. >> i don't care where you are in the nation. 24 inches of snow in urban environment requiris clean-up. that's what we will see over the next 48 hours going into the end of the week. >eporter: d.c. schools are set to open tomorrow. other school districts could of the week. park service today they have removed enough snow off the washington monument.
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almost sixty million americans are affected by mental illness. together we can help them with three simple words. my name is chrhr noth and i will listen. from maine to maui, thousands of high school students across the country are getting in on the action by volunteering in their communities. chris young: action teams of high school students e joining volunteers of america and major league baseball players to help train and inspire the next generation of volunteers. carlos pea: it's easy to start an action team at your school
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if you were a hippie in the '60s, you need to know. it's the dawning of the age of aquarius. yeah, and something else that's cool. what? osteoporosis is preventae. all: osteo's preventable? rightn! if you dig your bones, protect them. all: cbs cares! today, we learned why a texas grand jury investigating planned parenthood iicted two of its critics instead. the anti-abortion activist went undercover to shoot controversial videos of planned parenthood employees. here is jan crawford. >> reporter: the undercover videos were explosive. >> don't lowball it, tell me what you really -- >> $75 a specimen. >> reporter: they sparked criminal investigation as cross
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parenthood was illegally selling aborted fetal tissue. the surprise indictment by a texas grand jury said undercover activist, sandra merritt and david dalieden broke the law when they they allegedly used fake california driver's licenses and posed as buyers of fetal parts. daledein says their undercover techniques were the same as journalists underscored by constitutional scholars like cornell university's michael dorf. >> this could set a precedent and chill undercover investigations by legitimate journalists. >> reporter: tactics often used by citizen journalists activists from environmentalists to animal rights groups seeking to expose wrongdoing. just last summer activists within a significant free speech victory when a federal judge struck down an idaho law banning undercover operations in the
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judge lynn windmill referenced "the jungle" when upton sinclair went undercover in the chicago meat packing industry, exposing cruelty to animals and unsanitary conditions of meat processing plants in the 1900s. >> a lot of the institutions are operate in secret so you need somebody to go under false pretenses because e herwise there is no way the public will get access to them. >> reporter: it also raises a question of who is a journalist? activists as oppe to reporters from a news organization. now, scott, everyone can post things online and say "t"ts also is journalism." >> jan crawford tonight. jan, thank you. now, we have a cbs news investigation into a charity for wounded veterans. what caught our attention is how the wounded warrior project spends donations as compared to other long-respected charities.
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american veterans charitable service trust spends 96% of its budgets on vets. fisher house devotes 91%. but accordinto public records reported by charity navigator, the wounded warrior project spends just 60% on vets. where's the rest of the money going? chip reid d d producer, jennifer janisch found out. >> with a gift of $19 a month you can join wounded warrior project. >> reporter: in its commercials, they appeal to the american public's generosity. and it works. in 2014 alone, the group received more than $300 million in donations. >> their mission is to honor and empower wounded warriors. what the public doesn't see is how they spend their money. >> reporter: army staff sergeant came home from iraq with a bronze star and purple heart and traumatic brain injury and ptsd. initially mired the charity's
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he got a shoututut from the president. >> staff sergeant eric milette. >> he took a job as public speaker with the organization, but quit after lavish spending for parties for executives and staff. >> you are using our injuries, our darkest days, our hardships, to make e ney. so you can have these big parties. let's get a mexican mariachi band, get it catered, have a big old party. staying at a lavish hotel at the beach here in jacksonville, one ocean. and requiring staff that lives in the area to stay at the hotel. >> r rorter: cbs news spoke to more than n former employees who described a charity where spending was out of control. the two former employees were so fearful of retaliation they asked us not to show their faces.
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dinners and alcohol and just total access. >> reporter: for a charitable organization serving veterans, all this expense on, expensive resorts and alcohol, it seems. >> what the military calls fraud, waste and abuse. >> reporter: according to charity tax forms, spending on conferences and meetinin went from $1.1.million in 2010 to $ $ million in 2014, the same amount the group spend on combat stress recovery. itittop program. former employees say spending skyrocketed since steven took over. many point to colorado springs as his sle. >> he rappelled down the building. >> to make a grand entrance. he has come in on a segue, a horse. >> reporter: 500 staff members attended the four day conference
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the price tag $3 million. >> don't want you to have a $2,500 bar tab. donors don't want-up to fly every staff member once a year, to a five star resort and woop it up and d ll it team building.g. wounded warrior project, declined interview requests for nardizzi, but offered, captain ryan kules. he denied there was excessive spending on conferences. >> it's the best use of donor dollars to provide services and programs to our warriors and their families. and the highest quality. >> repepter: why go to a five star resort in colorado when you could do it in jacksonville and save money and spend money on wounded warriors? >> like i have said, the reason that we are providing those conferences to ensure we are aligned able to build as a team
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>> you are just going to k%ep saying that no matter what" i ask about all-hand conferences. >> okay. >> wounded warrior project and donor dollars trained me to speak and be a voice. at's exactly what i i doing. am sorry, i will be damned if you will take hard working americans money and drink it and waste it. >> ryan kules of wounded warrior project told us the charity did not spend $3 million on the colorado conference but was not there and was unable to tell us what it dicost. scott, he also denied the charity spspd money on alcohol or engages in any other kind of excessive spending. >> chip reid breaking the investigation tonight. chip, thank you. by the way, tomorrow, cbs "this morning" will continue chip's investigation. former employees say that the programs don't provide comprehensive help to veterans. today a medical advisory panel recommended all pregnant women and new mothers be screened for depression. this is based on new evidence that suggests postpartum depression often begins during pregnancy.
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suggested that all adults, men and women be screened because nearly 7% of americans suffer depression. another concern tonight, for pregegnt women, the zika virus is spreading. today the cdc added u.s. virgin island and dominican republic in its travel warnings. 12 cases reported in puerto rico. the mosquito born virus islinged to a serious birth defect, our dr. jon lapook is joining us. what do we know? >> reporter: the medical commununy is watching zika closely because it spread to 20 countries around the world with more than 1 million cases in brazil alone. pregnant womom warned not to travel to these places. zika causes mild or no symptoms in most people. but in pregnant women linked to baby's born with microcephal ycht, abnormally small head. a dozen cases of zika infection in the u.s. since st year. all l tients are believed d
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before coming here. >> so, no infections originated in the u.s. tell us about concerns that that could happen? >> it could happen. an infected mosquito could bite someone in brazil. that person could come to the united states. the virus stays in the blood stream seven days. now an uninfected mosquito in the u.s., bite the infected person. pick up virus. turn around and bite an uninfected person. now the virus spreading in the united states. there is no treatment. no vaccine. experts are urging prevention and definitely research. >> jon lapook. thank you very much. stay right here with us. jon will be right back with a new study on why women are more likely than men to die of heart attacks. also ahead, a marathon dog. so stay. stay. it'sot always as easy for me as it is for him... it's easy for me cause look at her. aw... so we use k-y ultragel. it enhances my body's natural moisture
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men and women are not equal when it comes to heart attacks. often the symptoms and causes are different. according to a new statement by american heart association. here again, is dr. jon lapook. >> looks fantastic in this. >> reporter: two years ago, 54-year-old vanessa noel a shoe designer started having what she called episode. >> i felelchest tightening moror than the chest tightening it was radiating up to my bottom jaw. >> three doctors missed the diagnosis. four months later while in the middle of an ultrasound of her heart, the cause became very clear. >> i wasasold i had a heart attack. and that i was a very lucky girl. that i got there so quickly. if i had left her office, the doctor tololme, and did this on n the street, i wouldn't have survived. >> heart disease in women is underresearched, underdiagnosed and undertreated.
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cardiologist with perlman heart institute new york presbyteriri. >> not surprising once a woman gets diagnosed with heart disease she will do worse and likely die from it than a man. >> reporter: the statement find 26% of women die in the first year after a heart attack compared to 19% of men. during treatmeme, complication rates are higher for women. and while chest pain is still the most common symptom for men and women, women are more likely than men to have atypical symptoms, fatigugu nausea, or pain not in the chest. in fact, 42% of women with heart attacks experience no chest pain. >> women are harder to diagnose, but even if they're diagnosed
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kely to receive all l the guideline derived medications to treat this disease. >> reporter: diagnosis in women is more challenging, symptoms like fatigue and nausea won't point directly to the heart. there is also undertreatment after a heart attack. less than 20% of women get cardiac rehab, which is kidded standard therapy, scott. >> jon lapook, thank you doctor. >> what's being hidden by one of rome's most famous museums? we'll show you next. woman: what does it feel like when a woman is having a heart attack? chest pain, like there's a ton of weight on your chest. severe shortness of breath. unexplained nausea. cold sweats. there's an unusual tiredness and fatigue. there's unfamiliar dizziness or light-headedness. unusual pain in your back, neck, jaw, one or both arms, even your upper stomach, are signs you're having a heart attack. don't make excuses. make the call to 9-1-1 immediately. learn more at womenshealth.gov/heartattack. when the twins were about 10 days old, the doctors told us
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news tonight of a major cover-up in rome. wooden panels were placed over ancient nude statues so as not to offend iran's president, hassan rouhani in town to round up business deals now that the economic sanctions have been lifted. >> a hound dog let out of her house in elkmont, alabama the other day because she had to go and she went.
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marathon. ludivine strayed off course, once to check out a dead rabbit. with twice as many legs as other runners she managed to finish seventh and earn a medal. no one was more surprised than her owner, april hamlin who said ludivine was really lazy and apparentlylyog tired. finally tonight, few people could say as much as saying nothing as abe vigoda. it was that face. the deadpan that could crack an audience up even before he opened his mouth. the actor was best known as ever-suffering detective phil fish, on the sitcom "barney miller." >> who are you going to listen to, me or your computer? doesn't look good. >> you won't believe this according to their record, i'm
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>> it's probably a mistake. >> abe vigoda was mistakenly reported dead decade ago and his status dead or alive became a running gag the rest of his life. >> vigoda first t me to prominence in a serious role on the other side of the law as the mobster who betrayed michael corleone. >> tell mike it was only business. i always liked him. >> he died today at 94. and that's the "overnight news" for this wednesday. for some of you the news continues. for others check back with us just a little later for the morning news and of course "cbs this morning." from the broadcast center in new
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the many kinds of stories, big and small all affect you one way or another. we ask on every story -- is it right? is it fair? is it honest? we are going to the original source, the people who know and that's when we know we can report the facts. the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley, week nights. captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, january 27th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." the standoff between armed protesters a authorities in oregon turned bloody. one person is killed when w wn
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in on the occupation of federal lands. fox news is getting dumped by trump. the republican presidential front-runner says he is not taking part in the cable's channel debate ahead of the iowa caucuses. and tragedy in indiana. a beloved principal puts her life on the line, pushing young students out of the way of a school bus, before it hits and killed her. r good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. this morning, the leaders of the armed group occupying a federal wildldfe refuge in oregon are under arrest. the situation at the wildlife refuge itself remains fluid. the fbi and oregon state police stopped the group on a highway near burns, ownerregon, shots were fired and one member of the militia killed and another wounded.
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station from b bns joins us o on the phone. andrew, what did you tell us. >> reporter: ammom bundy and some of his top ranking
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leaders of the oregon wildlifee refuge occupation. republican front-runner donald trump plans to skip tomorrow's gop presidential debate. it is the final gop debate before next week's iowa caucuses without trump, seven candidates will take part. the debate is being broadcast by fox news. trump says he has issues with fox moderator meghan kelly. don champion has more. >> reporter: a series of war had been going on for trump. his decision comes days before republicans will finally start voting on who they want to be their presidential nominee. the latest escalation and tensions c ce after fox news released this press release tuesday saying, in part, we learned from a secret back channel that the ayatollah and putin both intend to treat donald trump unfairly when they meet with him if he becomes president.
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presidential front-runner off. >> when they sent out the wise guy press releases a little bit ago done by some pr person, along with roger ayos i said bybybye. >> reporter: you calal overweight women pigs. >> reporter: just yesterday, the billionaire candidate took to instagram, asking his followers if he should participate in yet another debate moderated by her. >> trump is not used to not controlling things, but the truth is he doesn't get to control the media. >> reporter: in a statement, the network says trump is still come at thursday night's event and will be treated fairly. >> this is all about his not being willing to defend his record. >> reporter: locked in a tight battle for first place, ted cruz is now o oering to debate trump
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>> 90 minutes, you and me, monoamono, lincoln/douglas style and if that scares you, then we can do a iowa town hall. >> reporter: this is the seventh of the campaign season for the gop. instead of attending the debate, trump says he, instead, will be holding a fund-raiser for veterans and wounded warriors. >> don champion here in new york, thank you, don. democratic presidential hopeful bernie sanders is scheduled d meet with president obama this morning at the white house. the white house says there is no formal agenda for the meeting, but the little known senator from vermont has become a surprising factor in the democratic nominating process. a milwaukee man is under arrest. tht fbi says sammy mohammed hahnza had been under surveillance since september. he told fbi informance his group planned to shoot everyone they saw at the temple and hoped to kill at least 30 people.
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undercover agent after he paid for two automatic machine guns and silencerses. he is charged with gun possession. two people were killed and three others w wnded when gunfire broke ouou at a homeless camp in seattle. it's unclear what triggered last night's shooting. one victim died at the scene, another at the hospital. seattle police say they do not believe the shootings were random. >> we do have at least two persons of interest. we believe this was a targeted incident. we have no reason to believe anyone else is in danger at this point. >> one of the victims remains in critical condition. police believe the victims were targeted because of who they are, not because they were homeless. president obama was briefed on the potential thrhrt of the zika virus. yesterday, the world health organization predicted the mosquito-transmitted virus was spread to almost all countries in the americas, including the u.s.
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the virus has been linked to birth defects in brazil. the president called for the development of tes, vaccines, and treatments. the two ti-abortion rights activists charged with making those undercovered videos of planned parenthood will turn themselves in. the two facesharges of tampering with governmental records, a felony. they made an undercover video accusing planned parenthood of illegally selling fetal tissue for research. a grand jury found the organization did nothing wrong. the texas teenanar who used a so-called affluenza defense could be back in the united states within 48 hours. ethan couch was fighting deportation from mexico but dropped his appeal. couch and his mother were arrested last month following a more than two-week manhunt. he'll return to texas to face charges stemming from a drunken driving conviction which four people were killed and couch receceed probation. coming up on the "morning news." a cliff hanger.
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least three gunshots yesterday morning. military police found no evidence of a shooting. the cleveland plain dealer reports the city fired six officers for their role in a deadly chase. six more officers are suspended and another retire in 2012, officics fired 137 shots into a car following a high-speed chase, killing both unarmed people inside. one officer was indicted for manslaughter, but was acquitted. the indianapolis star reports a popular principal died a hero in a school bus crash. witnesses say elementary school principal susan jordan pushed udents out of the wawaof a bus before it struck and killed her. two 10-year-olds suffered serious injuries. the driver and 25 students were aboard when it suddenly lurched forward and jumpmp the curb yeyeerday afternoon.
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very hard to talk right now. so we mourn.n. >> the school cancelled class today. police say the crash is under investigation. the "omaha world herald" reports a funeral home fire injured three firefighters and one of its owners. heavy fire engulfed the funeral home early yesterday morning in omaha, nebraska, causing parts of the building to collapse. a witness described what she heard and saw. >> you can hear the fire blazing and you could feel the vibration of the fire. it was very intense. >> fire investigators are working with theuneral home employees to remove bodies of the deceased. the cause is under investigation. "the san francisco chronicle" says an evacuation order due to a crumbling cliff is causing mixed emotions among people who live there. the cliff in pacifica, south of san francisco, is falling into the ocean and homes along the edge arerumbling.
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the country. this newly released dash cam video shows an suv crashing into a florida highway patrol trooper and the car he has stopped. the trooper suffered a broken pelvis and is still recovering from the october crash. the driver was charged with dui. the video was released as a reminder to drivers to move over when vehicles are stopped on the side of the road. on the cbs "moneywatch." sales of apple's iphone hit a bump. jet blue's cabin gets a makeover. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marar. china and shanghai composite fell this morning but other stock markets in asia got a boost after wall street's rebound. tokyo's nikkei rose more than 2%
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high. hong kong's hang sengdded 1%. oil pres jumped 4% yesterday. the dow gained 282 points. the s&p rose 26. the nasdaq gained 49. trouble may be brewing at apple. apple says it expects sales of iphones to decline in the first quarter of this year. in the last quarter of 2015 during the holiday season, apple sold 74.8 million iphones. that is record but it is the slowest rate of growth since iphones were introduced in 2007. apple says revenue could fall over 8.5% from january to march. weight watcher's stock is soaring. thanks to oprah's weight loss. the stock jumped 20% yesterday after a new commercial starring winfrey aired. she said she lost 26 pounds on the weight watchers plan and ate bread every day. winfrey owns about 6.5 million shares of weight watchers so thatateans she made about t .5
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jetblue is resigning its cabins of itsts fleet to include free wi-fi system will let flyers stay connected gate-to-gate. jetblue says the seats will have more leg room and power outlets and more ports. the updates will take about three years to complete. last weekend's big snowstorm hit broadway's box offices hard. saturday's performances were cancelled and attendance for the week was down by over 83,000. grosses for the week ending on sunday were down 1.3% from the previous week. every show lost money. i heard about a lot of peoplpl who had "hamilton" tickets who were not happy. >> i can imagine. they are pretty hard to get your hands on for sure. yeah, a lot of people were pretty disappointed. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. comimi up in sports, peytoto manning's possible finale? we will show you what the broncos quarterback said to coach bill belichick that is
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re's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. can you get me off the hook? for old time's sakes? >> i can't do it, sally. >> this morning, the entertainment world is mourning the death of caracter actor abe vigoda. the played a aobster in "godfather" but he was best known as detective phil fish on the sitcom "barney miller." vigoda was 94 years old. >> a long island woman waiting for a kidney got the call she aeped for 18 months at the height of the weekend blizzard.
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ambulance could not take her to the 20 miles to thee hospital, but a paramedic, whose own brother received a kidney, navigated the whiteout conditions to get her there in time. the patient called it a miracle. denver broncos quartererck peyton manning is gearing up to o his fourth trip to the super bowl and the 18-year veteran is hinting it might be his last game. listen to what an nfl network crew caught him saying to patriots coach bill belichick after sunday's afc championship game. >> hey, this might be my last rodeo, so it has been a pleasure. >> you're a great competitor. >> manning hasn't said he will retire after this season but the 39-year-old will be the oldest quarterback to start a super bowl. maing and the broncos take on the carolina panthers in super bowl 50. the only place t tsee it is right here on cbs. that is sunday, february 7th. los angeles clippers star blake griffin will miss up to six weeks with a broken hand. but it's how he sustained that
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here in new ci here in new york city, a baby's delivery simply could not wait. she was born on a busy highway in manhattan during rush hour yesterday. a police officer on his way to traffic court heard the 911 call about a woman in labor on the fdr drive and found them. >> i was a little surprised when i opened up the passenger door
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the baby came out immediately. me and dad helped catch the child, wrapped it in a bunch of blankets -- i mean, towels to make sure it was kept warm. >> the family was given a police escort to the hospital where mom and baby are doing well. when it comes to wrestling or any sport for that matter, everyone wants the chance to beat the best and that is why one young competitor with down syndrome decided that he wanted to take on a top ranked wrestler. paul burton of our boston station wbz reports. >> reporter: when high school student andy stepped on the mat, you would think he would be nervous but not this kid. andy has down syndrome but he doesn't let that stop him from playing the sport he loves. last week, he faced devin, who is a number one ranked division iii wrestler in his weight we locked up. he is a tough kid. he just snapped me down and put me in a head-lock and bulldogged me over to my back and i just
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caught on camera. dy's bravery and devev's true sportsmanship has since gone viral. >> humbling, i guess? i suppose. it's pretty cool, like, like all of this attention is being for a simple act of kindness. >> reporter: he had a good record. undefeated. until he met you. >> yeah. >> i think the message is sportsmanship is alive well today and that kids accept kids like andrew wholeheartedly now. >> reporter: andy has been wrestling seven years now. he has won and lost matches and d been body slamamd many a times. one thing is true, win or lose, andy always has a smile. >> win or lose, it's the most fun to watch him wrestle. because he comes off the match and he has the biggest smile. >> reporter: you have such a warm and charming personality. where do you get that from? >> jesus christ. reporter: you can't get any
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>> that was wbz's paul burton reporting. apape's find my iphone app is mysteriously pointing somee people to thisisouple's house. the past year the users is pointing some people there and they have no idea why. people show up there and looking for their missing phone. aeven they haven't had any luck with cell phone companies. the app developer, the s.e.c., or law enforcement. that's a pretty unique problem. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on donald trump's battle wiwi fox news over his republican debate appearance. is wounded warrior project leaving veterans behind? new reporting from chip reid's investigation.
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