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it's monday, february 8th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." the broncos do it with their defense. denver takes super bowl 50 by locking down a powerful carolina panthers offense in what could be peyton manning's final game as a pro. countdown to new hampshire. the presidential candidates day of campaigning before the nation's first primary. and super sellers. we will take a look at some of the most talked about commercials from last night's super bowl. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you.
well, for the third time in the franchise's 66-year history, the denver broncos are super bowl champions. a game that was billed as a matchup of two of the nfl's best quarterbacks turned into an offensive struggle. peyton manning and cam newton spent much of super bowl 50 pulling themselves off the turf. in the end denver's defense carried the team to a 24-10 victory over carolina, but the big question when the confetti started flying was is this peyton manning's last game? jamie yuccas is in santa clara. >> reporter: if you ask the experts around here, they would say it was peyton manning's swan song. he has been plagued with injuries all year and a chance for him to go to you on top but he isn't saying just yet. >> i got a lot of advice from tony dungy when i was with indianapolis. he said don't make an emotional decision. this has been an emotional week and an emotional night.
i want to go kiss my wife, kiss my kids, and i want to celebrate with my family and teammates, and i'm going to drink a lot of beer tonight, jim. >> reporter: among questioned reporters, peyton manning remained uncommitted to retiring. by coming out in super bowl 50, he becomes the first quarterback in nfl history to win two super bowls with two different teams. but manning was not the star of the game. the broncos defense was in cam newton's face all night, sacking him seven times to tie a super bowl record. the defense also scored on a fumble recovery in the first quarter to give denver an early ten-point lead. and another forced fumble late in the fourth quarter set up denver's last touchdown to seal the game. by leading the defensive unit, linebacker von miller took home the most available player award. one night after being named the nfl's mvp, cam newton's super bowl debut did not go well. he turned the ball over three times and did not account for a
>> they just played better than us. i don't know what you want me to say. >> reporter: there was more than just football on display at levi stadium. o say can you see >> reporter: lady gaga kicked things off with a stirring rendition of the national anthem. while coldplay and beyonce and bruno mars dazzled during halftime. and when it was all over, fans may have seen peyton manning walk off the field one last time as a super bowl champion. it was an emotional night for the broncos organization. general manager john elway dedicated the game to the team's owner pat bowlen who is at home in denver fighting alzheimer's disease. >> jamie yuccas in santa clara, thanks. bronco fans took to the streets of denver to celebrate, of course. it was largely peaceful but a few people acted up.
a few bottles and rocks were thrown. a police car window was broken and police were forced to use chemical spray on several occasions. new hampshire voters go to the polls tomorrow in the first primary of the 2016 campaign. hillary clinton is trying to chip away at bernie sanders' looking to rebound from his second-place finish in the iowa caucuses. a just released poll shows trump leads all other republican candidates by double digits in new hampshire, but there is a crowded field in the race for second place. on the democratic race, the race has tightened somewhat, but bernie sanders maintains a ten-point lead over hillary clinton. weijia jiang is in manchester, new hampshire. >> reporter: good morning. this first primary could be a make or break situation for several lagging campaigns, but political analysts say a lot of voters here tend to wait until the very last minute, in many
candidate, so it's impossible to really tell what could happen. just one day before the new hampshire primary, donald trump is hoping to stay ahead of his fellow republican rivals and secure a win on tuesday. >> i'm $40 million under budget and i'm number one in the polls, all right? >> we are going to win new hampshire in the general election and we are going to turn this country back around. >> reporter: following a less than stellar debate performance over the weekend, marco rubio is locked in a battle between ted cruz and jeb bush and john kasich who held his 101st town hall in new hampshire on sunday. >> the strong finish here is essential for us and we are absolutely confident that that is going to happen. >> i know i've got an uphill climb. >> reporter: as hillary clinton steadily closes the gap with bernie sanders, her husband, former president bill clinton, took sanders to task for so-called sexist and inaccurate
>> when you're in a revolution, you can't be too careful about the facts. >> reporter: as candidates on both sides ramp up their attacks, undecided voters here in new hampshire continue to weigh their options. >> a lot of work. there are a lot of problems, and i'm trying to find the best problem solver. as a republican, i'm looking for a more in the middle conservative, very rational thinker. >> reporter: voters in new hampshire are known for making a decision at the very last minute. with so many still undecided, the outcome for tomorrow's first in the primary nation remains unclear. voters here in new hampshire tend to choose more moderate candidates than in iowa and especially on the gop side. as for the democrats, clinton aides are concerned a big win for sanders could help him make headway among female and minority voters in south carolina and nevada, the next two races, and those are two groups that clinton is banking on. >> weijia jiang in manchester, thank you very much. we will talk to donald trump about the new hampshire primary
"cbs this morning." this morning, a major storm system is moving up the east coast, taking dead aim at new england. a blizzard warning has been issued for southeast massachusetts where up to 18 inches of snow could fall today. public schools are closed today in boston and providence, rhode island. the storm caused rough seas as it moved up the coast off the south carolina coast. a cruise ship, royal caribbean anthem of the seas was forced to change course but it was still tossed around. meanwhile, another storm system is already producing blizzard-like conditions in parts of minnesota and the lower northern plains. overseas now. the somali government says last tuesday's explosion on board a passenger jet was an act of terrorism. airport security video shows two men handing what looks like a laptop computer to the suspected suicide bomber after he passed through the security checkpoint. at least one of the men was an airport employee.
explosion. the u.s. olympic committee reportedly says american athletes should consider skipping the summer games if they are worried about the zika virus, according to reuters. the games will be held this august in the country hardest hit by the outbreak, brazil. despite the fears, millions are still partying during carnivals in rio. the u.n. security council is condemning north korea's launch of a long-range rocket. kim jong-un ordered yesterday's launch which he claims put a satellite into orbit. photos released by the north showed him watching the launch. the u.s. fears he wants to build rockets capable of delivering nuclear weapons. coming up on the "morning news." the race to find earthquake survivors. a woman is pulled out of a collapsed building in taiwan, days after the disaster struck. and, later, a nationwide
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this morning, a woman was pulled alive from a 17-story collapsed building in taiwan, two days after a powerful earthquake. another survivor was also pulled from the toppled apartment today. the powerful quake hit saturday. at least 37 people were killed. but more than a hundred are believed to be buried in the debris. back home. every chipotle is closed for a few hours today. new details about a chicago cop posing in a controversial photo. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the chicago "sun times" reports a homicide detective is fighting to keep his job after posing in a controversial photo. the image shows former detective holding a rifle and posing over a black man as a trophy. it was taken between 1999 and 2003.
investigating police shootings and homicide for yearly a year fter a federal prosecutor had provided the department with the photo. the sun herald of biloxi reports a gunfire at a mardi gras parade in mississippi left two people dead and two wounded. shots rang out in pass christian yesterday. police say it started as a fight and then escalated to gunfire two blocks away from the parade route. "the new york times" reports former secretary of state madeleine albright, and feminist gloria steinem called on women to support hillary clinton. >> just remember. there is a special place in hell for women who don't help each other. >> explaining difficulties attracting female voters in new hampshire, albright said women can be judgmental and sometimes forget how hard clinton worked to get to where she is. steinem suggested young women are supporting sanders for the opportunity to meet young men,
"the guardian" reports chipotle locations will close today for a meeting on food safety. the four-hour meeting comes as the chain's e. coli outbreak appears to be over. dozens of people in 14 states fell ill. as you might expect, the denver "post" front page reports the broncos defeat the panthers for the super bowl victory. still to come, the other side of last night's super bowl. the commercials. we will talk with an expert with the ones that made a lasting impression and the ones that fell flat. the 12 hour pain relieving strength of aleve. i'm back.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. cindy! i'll get it! >> "late late show" host james corden teamed up with model cindy crawford to create a commercials in the past. pretty hot. with more than a hundred million viewers tuning in, the super bowl is actually the biggest
sponsors actually pay $5 million for a 30-second spot! so joining us with more on last night's commercial is mike mccarthy. you've been covering super bowl advertising this year. you're covering it for "sporting news" and for "the new york times," right? >> that's right. >> i just disclosed to you that i watch for the halftime show and the commercials pretty much and i know a lot of people and why the advertisers spend all of the money. your big impressions. >> i thought it was a back to basic bowl. you saw a lot of the old ones we have seen previous super bowl commercials. the cute babies for the nfl and monkey baby from mountain dew and dancing bears fohyundai. overall, i was a little underwhelmed. >> and wiener dogs. >> i thought too many referenced previous super bowl commercials and weren't creative on their own. >> a number ads used popular music. we heard bowie and a few different songs. what is the benefit of using a hot song? >> popular music is really
bowie choice was a great choice for the commander spot. you had a big rock song by van halen for a big american sports car. it instantly cuts through and it communicates in a party atmosphere. >> i guess music can always set a mood, you know? if you're trying to tug at people's heart strings, like the audi commercial is a way to do it. celebrities always make a showing when it comes to super bowl ads. there were a number of celebrities. using a celebrity can be a double-edged sword, right? >> there were over 50 celebrities on this. the thing about celebrities, are you selling your product or a celebrity? kim kardashian was on a super bowl ad last year but do you remember what it was for? >> no! not until you reminded me! any particular one you like? i like the amazon commercial. >> he amazon commercial was
i love the spot for mini with serena williams and the other celebrities. i never thought i would see mr. white but there he was. >> what about this? at the end of the super bowl, right? everyone is asking peyton manning questions, what is he going to do after the super bowl? and he kind of drops the line a couple of times like he is going to have a beer and then he is going to have a budweiser. do you think that was deliberate? what do you think is going on there? >> i think it was deliberate. the word on the street is he owns a couple of pieces of budweiser distributorship and kissy face with his other sponsor, papa john's on national tv. >> right! mike mccarthy, thank you so much for joining us. >> thank you. still ahead, beyonce runs the halftime show. entertainment extravagance at super bowl 50. so my doctor told me about botox an fda-approved treatment that significantly reduces headache days for adults with chronic migraine. 15 or more headache days a month,
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the country. the halftime show started with coldplay, but ended with a bang. the brits handed the stage over to bruno mars who then gave up it to beyonce and she wowed the crowd with a performance of her new song "formation." >> all three acts shared the stage for a tribute to iconic halftime performances and national anthems and the performers who've passed. beyonce stole the show in more ways than one. she announced her first solo stadium tour during the super bowl.
april 27th in miami and wraps up in june in pennsylvania. during the game, marshawn lynch had an announcement of his own. the player known as beast mode tweeted this shot during the second half. his cleats hanging up and the international emjoi for peace out. the seahawks confirmed lynch's retirement. the grammys have added another big name for an already impressive lineup. taylor swift will take the stage, joining adele, justin bieber and lady gaga, among other performers. gaga, who nailed the national anthem at the super bowl, hs already said she would be performing a tribute to david bowie. don't miss a minute of the grammys that is right here on cbs on february 15th. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on beyonce's halftime performance and new music video. i'm anne-marie green. and this is the "cbs morning
president obama, did you watch the game, sir? >> of course, i did. after every super bowl, i call the winning team to congratulate them and sometimes i also call the losing team, especially if i've bet on them. >> sir, i hate to break this to you, but betting is illegal. >> i'm the president. i hereby pardon myself. before kickoff, president obama and first lady michelle obama sat down with "cbs this morning's" gayle king for their last super bowl interview live from the white house. >> this is your last super bowl in the white house. my question is this -- do you have any special plans for the day? who is -- what is the menu? who is coming? you start us off. >> i've been cooking all day! >> don't let her tell stories now. >> barbecuing. i've got the grill out. so i'm tired. but i got myself together for this.
>> thank you, thank you. >> but what is on the menu? >> we have a regular group of friends we have been having now the last four or five years. we all go upstairs to the residence. sort of in the treaty room which is my office, we clear everything out. it's your basic wings, pizza. >> we have super bowl food. >> nachos. >> we let gauc move off the table. >> we are like everybody else. folks rate the commercials. >> you do? >> yeah. people do this. >> but, basically, we have sort of three ways that we do the super bowl. we have the serious watchers and that is the treaty room where if you're in that room, you're watching the game. >> watch the game. >> then there is the outside room where the kids are, where they are kind of fooling around and they are by the food. >> we keep them away. >> then there is what i call the champagne room. that is where my mother sits and you don't know what is going on but you're close to the champagne. >> the first inauguration, we had something like ten balls
>> i remember that. >> this is the first one. >> michelle was in heel the whole time. i think she was thinking, my feet really hurt! >> what were you thinking, mrs. obama, when you look at that? it's such a sweet moment in the elevator. >> i was thinking, i'm so proud of you. that is that i'm so proud of you, but my feet do hurt. >> her feet did hurt. i think i said, one more to go, sweetie. >> you promise? >> i know you don't make predictions but i am asking this brief favor for you to circle who you think will win the game and we will read it tomorrow on "cbs this morning." >> i'll be in the champagne room. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," of course, you'll find out which team the president picked in gayle's interview. plus, we will speak with gop presidential candidates donald trump and marco rubio.