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the governors newark and new york come under criticism while a nurse plans to sue over her forced isolation. another tragic loss in the washington community. a second student shot by her classmate loses her fight for her life overnight. lava alert. a neighborhood is told to be ready to evacuate as lava from an erupting volcano approaches their home. it's going to be sad, you know, watching our house go down. and a touching tribute at game five of the world series. lifelong giants fan robin williams is honored before san francisco rolls into another victory. captioning funded by cbs
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this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, october 27th, 2014. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. starting today everyone entering this country from west african nations will be monitored this week. but some believe the federal guidelines don't go far enough. three states imposed mandatory quarantines. new york has already revised its guidelines. those profiles are coming under file. kaci hickox has been forcibly quarantined. brian, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. new york's governor softened the quarantine. but newark's governor did not. after a weekend of fierce
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opposition from the white house and some medical exports, new york governor andrew cuomo updated his state's 21-day quarantine protocol. following screening at the airport cuomo says anyone who shows no symptoms of ebola can now quarantine themselves at home. >> during those 21 days health care workers would check on them twice a day to monitor their temperature and condition. >> reporter: nurse kaci hickox is the first health care worker isolated. hickox is now being held in an isolation tempt here at university hospital in newark after arriving from sierra leone where she treated patients with ebol ebola. she calls her treatment chris tell is standing by his
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state's protocol. >> i don't believe when you're epidemic in africa and we need those health care workers to do that. >> reporter: new jersey's quarantine policy will most likely face its first legal test this week as hickox plans to file a federal lawsuit within days. >> she said she fell like she was being treated like a criminal. they took her temperature which was transiently elevated which she thinks was false positive because she was so flush and then she was transferred to university hospital in newark. >> reporter: so far eight states are sticking to the plan to quarantine health care workers who have treated patients with ebola. >> thank you, brian. the first patient diagnosed with ebola in this country was thomas duncan. he was treat and he died at a
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dallas hospital and that hospital was criticized for its response. in a "60 minutes" interview, scott pelley talked to four nurses who cared for duncan and talked about the challenges they faced. >> by the time he came in, he had it so we had the suits. >> was it a full suit? >> it was a full suit. there were two at a time in the room and we were designated to be in there. i've been in health care for 20 years and i never emptied as much draft from the waste of his constant diarrhea that he was having -- it was remarkable. and we've had these longer surgical-type gloves on that. i were taped to the tiebeck suit and full gear that would plug in. when i got out it looked like
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someone pushed me in a swimming pool. i was drenched. >> they were working 16 to 18 hour as day, spending two hours at a time in duncan's room. >> we held his hand and talked to him and comforted him because his family couldn't be there. >> you held his hand through the space suit. >> i did. >> he was glad someone wasn't afraid to take care of him. and we weren't. >> i have nothing but respect and admiration for everyone that was involved in his care, you know. everyone has someone in their life that they love and they care about. i have a 5-year-old and a 3-year-old, and my wife is pregnant and the mortality rate for pregnant women with ebola is essentially 100%. >> richard, why don't grow to the administration and say, my wife is pregnant. >> people were allowed to request to pass with his care.
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>> everyone was a volunteer. housekeeping, respiratory, physicians, nurses. >> but despite all the volunteer, duncan grew worse. an experimental drug wasn't helping. >> early saturday morning he had become very critically ill and was placed on a respirator. >> he was intubated with a tube down his throat. >> down his throat. he had a catheter placed because he was not making the urine that he needed to. he was heavily sedated and he had tears running down his eyes, rolling down his face, and not just normal watering from a sedated person. this was in the form of tears. i grabbed a tissue and i wiped his eyes and i said you're going to be okay. you get the rest you need. let us do the rest for you. and it wasn't 15 minutes later i couldn't find a pulse, and i
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lost him. and it was the worst day of my life. >> you can see scott pelley's entire interview with thomas duncan's nurses online at one of the teenagers wounded in friday's high school shooting north of seattle died overnight. she was one of four students wounded when a fellow student jaylen fryberg opened fire. another girl was killed and fryberg took his own life. she was 14 years other. two others remain in critical condition. one showed improvement. yesterday students and parents at marysville pilchuck high school gathered to remember the victims and a teacher ran toward the gunman and grabbed his arm. >> it happened within seconds. >> two of fryberg's victims were his cousins. his motive remains unknown.
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prosecutors are seeking the death penalty for the captain who let his ship capsize. the prosecution rested his case against the 68-year-old captain today. prosecutors are also seeking life sentences for three other crew members. and the motive of the gunman who opened fire at the canadian parliament may be somewhat clearer this morning. michael zehaf-bibeau made a video. the royal canadien mounted police shows he was driven by ideological and political motive. he worked in canada's oil fields using the money to buy his car and finance his preattack activities. he was living in a homeless shelter just before the attack. u.s. marines ended their combat operations in afghanistan. during ceremonies yesterday the u.s. handed over camp
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leatherneck to afghan forces. the flag was lowered for the last time. it was america's longest war. british troops also ended their combat operations in afghanistan yesterday. britain's camp bastion was located right next to the u.s. marine base. 453 british troops died in the fighting. a small contingent of british troops will continue to train afghan officers. well, coming up on the "morning news," ballpark tribute. the late robin williams is honored at the world series with the help of family and friends, but first we'll take you to hawaii where lava is creeping too close to small community. this is the "cbs morning news."
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(vo) theraflu. serious power. in hawaii a lava flow is threatening homes on the big island. the lava from the kilauea volcano has been moving slowly toward one neighborhood. it's now less than a half mile from the main village road. residents in the flow path are being told to complete all necessary preparations by tomorrow for possible evacuat n evacuation, but the timing may change based on how fast the lava is moving. >> my whole family is in this subdivision that we live in, so we're all on needles and pins. i'm just waiting for it to be done with it so we can go forward. >> it's now or never. you know, you pack and you've got to get out.
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>> at least 50 buildings including homes and businesses could be affect by the lava flow. and talks in forms of coalition government begin today in ukraine. voters backed several pro-western parties. it was the first parliamentary election since the revolution. polls indicate that petro poroshenko's party narrowly won the election but will fall short of winning the majority. and a trial is scheduled to start today in the florida a&m university marching hazing death. four members of the band are charged with felony hazing and manslaughter in the death of drum major robert champion almost three years ago. he died after being beaten with fists, drum sticks, and mallets, during the hazing ritual on the band's bus. st. louis cardinals' outfielder oscar taveras died in a car accident. tavares and his girlfriend were both killed in the dominican republic. the 23-year-old was one of the top prospects in major league baseball and played for the cardinals this season.
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he hit a home run in the national championship world series. before the world series game last night san francisco remembers the longtime giants fan robin williams. >> he had a heart of gold and brought joy to the world through his creativity, humor, ahis lov, and talent for our community. >> williams' three children were on hand for the tribute. his oldest son zach threw the ceremonial pitch and it was caught by his friend billy crystal. coming up in sports, highlights from game five of the world series. but first a new test for colon cancer available today that you can do in the privacy of your own home. especially now that i live with a higher risk of stroke due to afib, a type of irregular heartbeat, not caused by a heart valve problem. i was taking warfarin, but wondered if i kept digging, could i come up with something better. my doctor told me about eliquis... for three important reasons. one,
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voters in toronto elect a new mayor today. they'll choose a successor to controversial mayor rob ford. he said he's not seeking re-election as he battles cancer. ford had admitted smoking crack cocaine but refused to resign. his brother doug is on the ball let running in his place, but he's not expected to win. starting today people can order a home test for colon cancer. cologuard has been approved by the fda. you send a stool sample to a lab. it tests for blood that might suggest a tumor. it's an alternative to those who might have avoided a colonoscopy. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. gas prices dropped again as crude oil prices fall. the lundberg survey reports the price at the pump dropped 18 cents in the last two weeks. the average cost for regular gas
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is now $3.08 per gallon. cvs and rite aid are no longer accepting apple pay. over the weekend they stopped accepting payment made through the just launched apple pay system. cvs and other stores are partners in developing a competing payment system called currentc. that system is not supposed to be ready until next year. asian stocks were mixed after mostly positive results in the european central bank's stress test. tokyo's nikkei added half a percent. hong kong's hang seng lost nearly 1%. last week the dow gained nearly 423 points. the s&p 500 was up 77. the nasdaq rose 224 points. and at the weekend box office wt ouija" debuted at the top. in time for halloween it earned $20 million.
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keanu reeves' thriller "john wick" was second with $14 million, and brad pitt and "fury" was down to third place. anne-marie? >> jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. thanks a lot, jill. when we return, big ben, big day on the gridiron. and the performance at game five of the world series. this is the "cbs morning news." s. this is the "cbs morning news." support both mental sharpness and physical energy with berocca. proud sponsor of mind and body. ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] with five perfectly sweetened whole grains... you can't help but see the good. my golden years will not just be gold plated. whole grains... i had 3 different 401(k)s. e*trade offers rollover options and a retirement planning calculator. now i know "when" i'm going to retire. not "if."
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. the san francisco giants are one win away from their third world series title since 2010. game five last night in the city by the bay, the giants add to their lead in the fourth inning when brandon crawford hits an rbi single. that would be enough for ace madison bumgarner.
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he battles for nine innings pitching a complete game shutout. the giants win 5-0 and can close out the series tomorrow night in kansas city. and it was another prime time performance for drew brees. the new orleans saints quarterback torches the green bay defense for 311 yards and three touchdowns. the saints improve to three and four on the year with a 44-23 victory. and a dramatic finish between two of the top teams in the nfc. arizona trailing philadelphia by three points with less than two minutes to play. that's when carson palmer seized a 75-yard touchdown pass from john brown to give the cardinals the lead. the eagles have a shot at the end zone on the game's file play, but nick foles' pass is incomplete. arizona wins, 23-20. it was a career day for ben roethlisberger. throwing for a franchise record 522 yards and six touchdowns. pittsburgh snaps the colts' five-game winning streak with a 51-34 win. this is the "cbs morning news."
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state television in iraq is behind an unlikely television show. the target of its show? isis. elizabeth palmer takes us backstage. >> five -- five, four, three, two. >> reporter: comedy doesn't get much edgier than this. a sitcom where the joke's on isis. in "neverland," isis suicide
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bombers are buffoons. iraqis may be laughing, but it's a fair bet isis is not. "neverland's" script writer has already received several death threats. he is "neverland's" director. why did you want to do this show? >> we must do something for our country. >> do you see this as a way -- this program as a way of fighting isis? >> yeah, yeah, yeah, of course. >> reporter: fighting back against the highly effective terror campaign that isis has waged through its slick and bloody propaganda videos. some of iraq's most famous actors wanted parts in "neverland" immediately, but fear of isis runs deep and it took a while to find someone brave enough to play the head of isis.
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the man they found eventually is a relative unknown and he'd like to keep it that way. he didn't want to be filmed without his makeup. but on set telling his suicide bombers not to get too close, it's clear he loves the part. in every show there is a subtext. the brave people of "neverland" are determined to run isis out of town. can you tell me how it ends? >> no, i can't. >> can you tell me if isis loses? >> no, i can't because it's a secret. >> reporter: elizabeth palmer, cbs news, baghdad. >> laughing in the face of terror. well, coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," guidelines on responding to the ebola crisis. we'll get the latest from the white house, and we will speak with dr. jon lapook. plus, we sit down with the mother who faces jail time for
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giving her sick son medical marijuana. and david byrne from the iconic band talking heads joins us in the studio. that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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october 27-th i'm michelle griego. good morning everyone, it is monday, october 27th. i'm michelle griego. >> hi everyone, i'm frank mallicoat. nearly 4:30 and we got a big show for you today because the giants were big winners last
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nigh. >> and they are still playing in the end of october, how cool is that? that is -- amazing. >> and frank's back. >> frank is back. welcome back. >> sod am vice for -- some advice for everyone? the day you get the flu shot, show up for work, that's all i'm saying. you know we have some interestingward ahead this -- weather ahead this week, right now the storm track is going to stay north but halloween is coming up you know? and we have a terrifying forecast coming our way. that in a few minutes. >> rain what does that mean? out the door right now here's a live look at the nimitz freeway. 808 in oakland, you know it will usual overnight roadwork is still ongoing. overnight one lane was open. southbound 880 between 98th and davis. >> all right thank you. >> thank you. left side sandoval. double clutch. got him! and the shut-out for


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