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thanks for watching, everyone. >> happy good morning to our viewers in the west. it is monday june 15th 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." the woman accused of helping two murderers break out of prison returns to court this morning, and we have new information about the escape plan. plus inside one of the most dangerous countries on earth. clarissa ward with the rare reporting from war-torn yemen. and we're in the north carolina beach town shaken up by two shark attacks less than two hours apart. but we begin with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> both victims were out of surgery and in stable condition. >> a string of shark attacks in
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north carolina. >> two teenagers lost limbs. >> both happened only about an hour apart on the same beach. >> we're monitoring the coastline to watch for any sightings of sharks. >> the search for those two escaped murderers enters its tenth day. today the prison worker accused of helping them is in court. >> we don't know if they are still in the immediate area or if they are in mexico. >> in south texas overnight the natural gas pipeline erupting into a ball of flames. >> families were forced from their homes. >> jeb bush is poised to officially enter the race for the white house today. >> if he fights successfully, i felt he'd be the favorite. >> u.s. air strikes targeted and killed a wanted al qaeda leader charged in an attack that killed three americans. >> across the northeast, heavy downpours, also the potential tropical system. >> for texas, we could see some rainfall. >> we could very well see a tropical depression or a tropical storm. >> thieves dropping into the store through the ceiling
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welcome to "cbs this morning." as you wake up in the west the new york prison employee accused of helping two killers escape is appearing in court. the escapees david sweat and richard matt are still missing after more than a week. an intense manhunt is still going on east of the prison in dannemora, new york. >> joyce mitchell arrived in court wearing a bulletproof vest and a prison jumpsuit. he allegedly told state police the escape plan included possibly killing her husband. anna werner is at the courthouse for this morning's hearing in plattsburgh just a few miles from the search area. anna, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. joyce mitchell is appearing in court here this morning. she faces a felony charge which could net her up to seven years in prison. she's been charged with bringing contraband into the prison items like chisels and a screwdriver bit. meanwhile the two escapees are still on the run. for nine days hundreds of law enforcement officers have
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canvassed the north country, searching through dense forest on the ground, in the air and on the water. over the weekend, they concentrated on an area just a few miles from the prison and sources told cbs news authorities are now installing motion detectors and surveillance cameras in the woods to try to catch escapees, richard matt and david sweat. joyce mitchell spent the weekend in jail after being arraigned friday. >> and you are joyce e. mitchell? >> and new details emerged about the escape she allegedly helped to plan. district attorney andrew wylie says mitchell told investigators she was supposed to pick the two men up at the power plant near the prison in her four-wheel drive jeep then take them to a location seven hours away. >> she was not advised where it was, but it was about seven hours away and that they would need a four-wheel drive vehicle to get into that area. >> reporter: he says mitchell had a panic attack and went to
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the hospital instead. wylie now says she told investigators she worried about leaving her husband, lyle. >> that was one of her final statements that she made to us that she did love lyle and that she didn't want to hurt him in that way and she wanted to continue her relationship with him. >> reporter: the criminal complaint against mitchell charges her with bringing contraband into the prison to help in the escape. hacksaw blades chisels, a punch and a screwdriver bit. a former employee told cbs news that bag checks at the correctional facility were known to be lax. >> do you perceive a problem with the fact that she was able to bring in these tools and nobody caught her? >> obviously we consider that to be an issue. >> reporter: so one of the questions that many people have had is how did the inmates get access to those power tools that they used to cut through pipes and literally cut their way out of the prison? well, district attorney wylie told me that apparently they found a toolbox left behind by a
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contractor with power tools in the toolbox somewhere in the facility. now, he tells me actually that the prison had had a policy of allowing those tools to be left behind, but they were supposed to remove the blades of the he says changes at the prison are no doubt coming. >> something tells me that policy has already done changed. thank you, anna. so many questions to this story. what were you going to say, charlie? >> how appropriate. >> that would be the right thing to do. this morning two young people are recovering from separate shark attacks along a north carolina beach. a 12-year-old girl and 16-year-old boy each lost parts of their arms. carol lin from our cbs affiliate is oak island where the attacks happened about two miles apart. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. three children under the age of 17 have been bitten in brunswick county since thursday. the two from sunday's attack are listed now in good condition in the pediatric icu at the hospital in wilmington.
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the 12-year-old girl seen here face down in the sand lost part of her left arm. >> firefighters arrived on scene to find a female had been attacked by what is believed to be a shark. >> reporter: less than two hours later, about two miles east a 16-year-old boy losing his left arm. >> attacked by a shark. they said the head was about that big, i think the kids said. blood in the water, coming over with the whitewash. the kid is in shock. he was still coherent. took it clean off. >> there are no lifeguards along the beach front. after the second incident the sheriff's office launched its helicopter which flew up and down the coast looking for sharks. >> i've been here 16 years. this is the first time something as major as this has happened. >> reporter: a 13-year-old girl escaped with just a few cuts to her foot when she was bitten thursday 30 miles away on ocean isle beach. her boogie board had two large chunks taken out of it. >> he wobbled out and left the boogie board.
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i felt so bad for her because she was so young. >> reporter: despite the three suspected attacks, beaches will remain open here today. the town manager is encouraging people to come out but to be quote, a little more beach oriented. >> thanks. today jeb bush is officially jumping into the presidential race. the former florida governor released a campaign video this morning and nancy cordes is at miami-dade college in miami where bush will make his official announcement this afternoon. nancy, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the campaign signs are already up for this long-awaited announcement and bush we are told, will present himself today as a doer someone who doesn't just talk about change but who has actually led this state for eight years and is ready to lead the nation. >> the most vulnerable in our society should be in the front of the line, not the back. >> reporter: bush began to lay the groundwork with a pair of videos designed to reintroduce him to voters. >> he really cares about us. he really cares about people with developmental disabilities. >> reporter: he also unveiled a
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campaign logo that reads, simply, jeb. missing is the famous last name that has been such a boone to fund-raising but also comes with baggage. bush was asked about that this weekend at the tail end of a trip to eastern europe. >> i don't have to disassociate myself from my family i love them. but i know that i'm on -- for me to be successful, i'm going to have to show my heart and tell my story. >> reporter: it's a challenge he's struggled with in recent months. first he unveiled a list of foreign policy advisers that looked a lot like his brother's inner circle. >> rewriting history is hypothetical. >> reporter: then it took him several tries. >> i would not have gone into iraq. >> reporter: to explain whether he too would have invaded iraq in 2003 based on what he knows now. >> i would have. and so would have hillary clinton, just to remind everybody. >> reporter: the gop field he's joining already stands at ten and could grow to 16. bush will argue today that what sets him apart is his eight-year record as florida governor. >> we grew our economy and led
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the nation in job growth defended life and protected women from domestic violence. >> reporter: democratic candidate hillary clinton made a similar pitch this weekend at her first campaign rally. >> you know by now that i've been called many things by many people. quitter is not one of them. >> reporter: bush's front runner status took a bit of a hit the past couple of months as he stayed on the fence while others jumped in. but the campaign says he is now going to start making up for lost time starting gayle, with that standard pilgrimage to the early voting states of new hampshire and iowa. >> nancy, thank you. this morning the pentagon is trying to confirm the death of one of world's most wanted militants in an american air strike in libya. one pentagon official who has seen the intelligence says quote, it certainly looks like we did kill him. libya's government says u.s. warplanes targeted the man and a handful of other accused
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terrorists early sunday. the video reportedly shows a scene of rubble. he is accused of leading the deadly 2013 siege of an algerian gas plant. that attack killed 38 hostages, including three americans. cbs news is getting a rare look this morning inside one of the most dangerous places on earth, yemen. the first significant peace talks involving all sides began overnight in geneva. shiite rebels in yemen held their guns in the air, protesting saudi-led air strikes on their positions. >> the bombing campaign and the civil war has claimed hundreds of lives. clarissa ward is among the first western journalists to seat devastation since rebels took control in september. she is in the capital of sanaa. clarissa, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this is the first thing you see when you land here a saudi arabian-led coalition has been bombing this country since houthi forces took power. so far nearly 2,000 people have
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been killed, among them 800 civilians. for three long months saudi arabian warplanes have been bombing yemen. we are some of the first foreign journalists to get inside this war-torn country to see where those bombs are falling. driving around the capital of sanaa, the sounds of fighter jets and anti-aircraft fire is constant. the main targets of the air campaign have been military facilities, like the ministry of defense. this is the aftermath from just one of those bombs, and you can see the enormous size of this crater. these are incredibly powerful and sophisticated weapons. but civilian targets have been hit too. in the old city which dates back more than 2500 years, abdullah abdullah kakalla showed us what
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used to be his family home. the goal of the air strikes is to push out houthi forces who swept into power last fall and who the saudi-led coalition view as a proxy for their arch rival, iran. at a rally sunday houthi supporters shouted popular iranian chants. death to america, death to israel. but the houthis deny that they have received weapons or funding from iran. one young businessman, abdullah told us that the yemenese just want the war to be over. >> we don't know what they were fighting. >> reporter: the repercussions of this civil war go way beyond yemen. the u.s. government is now very concerned that al qaeda is exploiting the chaos here. the terrorist group's yemen affiliate now has more money and more fighters than ever before.
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charlie. >> thanks, clarissa ward in yemen. you can see more of clarissa's reporting on the cbs evening news. she interviews one of the country's new leaders and finds out why many there believe america is to blame for the war. that's tonight. united airlines is facing major backlash this morning for the way it handled a diverted flight this weekend. passengers were supposed to travel from chicago to london on friday. instead they spent the night in a cold canadian military barracks after a mechanical issue grounded their plane. kris van cleave is live with why are some outraged with the accommodations accommodations. >> reporter: you can see goose bay is not near chicago or london. in fact it's not near anything. after the emergency landing, passengers were bussed to the military barracks. they say while they were roughing it their crew was put up in a nearby hotel. one passenger called united's handling of the situation an epic fail. for passengers aboard a united airlines flight bound for
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london, this is the last place they expected to spend their friday night. >> i don't think i have all of the warm clothes, had not planned to get marooned in goose bay. >> reporter: unheated military barracks in rural canada as temperatures dipped close to freezing. while passengers complained about uncomfortable beds and lack of warm blankets the crew of 11 apparently had very different accommodations. passenger sally coventry tweeted this photo saying united crew arrived looking fresh from their comfy night in a hotel. #outrageous. the ordeal began after flight 958 left chicago o'hare at 5:26 friday night with 176 passengers. three hours into the flight the boeing 767 was forced to make an emergency landing in goose bay, canada. lois harper was on board. >> i think all the passengers were appreciative for the way the pilot handled the situation.
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however, from that point forward, they really dropped the ball. >> reporter: harper said many spent the day in the heated mess hall waiting for updates. when one passenger griped about the crew's hotel stay united tweeted back the crew must rest in order to continue the flight. you can rest onboard the aircraft knowing that they are in charge. the airline told "cbs this morning" hotel space was not available, so we accommodated our customers at a local military base and provided meals. passengers boarded a new plane to new jersey's newark airport more than 20 hours later. the passengers finally arrived in london sunday afternoon, more than 30 hours late. united released a statement apologizing and said it's refunding the one-way tickets to london and providing additional compensation. gayle. >> chris thank you. a dangerous wildfire in alaska is exploding in size this morning, growing from two acres to more than 6,000 overnight. a massive plume can be seen for miles. the fire reportedly burned up to 15 buildings in the willow area.
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that's about 40 miles north of anchorage. more than 2,000 people are under evacuation advisories. officials say that this fire was sparked by humans and no injuries are reported. a massive natural gas pipeline fire burned overnight in southern texas, shooting flames dozens of feet into the air. crews will investigate the rupture later today. flames forced the evacuation of several homes about 80 miles east of san antonio. a local newspaper said the fire could be seen from 20 miles away and there are no reported injuries. a storm is picking up strength this morning in the gulf of mexico. the national hurricane center says the system could become tropical storm bill as soon as today. it is taking aim at areas in the south still recovering from deadly flooding parts of texas, oklahoma and arkansas are at the greatest risk of flooding from this storm. heavy rains soaked san antonio sunday ahead of its arrival. cars barely made it through the water. this morning crews are searching the country of georgia
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for dangerous zoo animals set loose during floods that killed 12 people. lions, tigers and hippos were among the animals roaming the streets after a storm destroyed their enclosures. a bear clung to an air conditioner for safety. some animals drowned in the flood but a hippo was saved after being tranquilized. the zoo director says officials aren't aware how many dangerous animals escaped. rescuers are looking for more than 20 missing people. this morning golden state needs one more win for its first nba title in 40 years. the warriors beat cleveland last night in spite of another brilliant game from lebron james. he scored 40 points and finished with a triple-double. stephen curry led the warriors with 37 points. he made several big baskets down the stretch to seal the 104-99 victory. the cavaliers need to win at home tomorrow night to force a seventh game. james told reporters, quote, i feel confident because i'm the best player in the world.
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>> well beyond that. he is the best player in the world, but the best player in the world can't do it alone. >> that's true that's true. >> but what a good series. >> but if you're the best player, you want other people to say it. i'm sure his teammates are going okay, thanks and i imagine likes will go up for stephen curry, but we'll see. it was a great, great series. >> you stayed up for the entire thing? >> yes, i did. i love basketball. an embattled naacp leader is avoiding the public eye. why we don't expect to hear
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insisting she resign. rachel dolezal says she has not misled anyone about her race. >> if i was asked i would definitely say that yes, i do consider myself to be blackst. >> but the city council is now exploring whether she should be removed as a chairman who oversees misconduct complaints against police officers. dolezal checked off numerous boxes including african-american on her employment form. her father and mother remember her as a blond blue-eyed girl. >> i'm her birth father and will always be her birth father. she >> she's check and of german descent. >> she took me aside, told me not to blow her cover. she grew up a white person in
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erous racist images. gayle? >> john, thank you. this morning european scientists are celebrating after receiving a remarkable communication from space. the solar-powered philae comet probe is sending seg nals back to earth after several years of silence. >> when the philae probe woke up from its seven-month slumber from the surface of comet 67p, it sent a brief signal back to mission control which turned into a tweet. hello, earth. can you hear me? >> i'm overwhelming. trembling and so happy. >> reporter: for scientist monica grady who helped develop the probe, it was a nice surprise. the last time they heard from philae was back in november after landing on a comet 400
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million miles from earth. but it didn't quite go as planned. >> philae should have landed in a middle of a sort of crated area where utd would have been in sun looichlt but it didn't. it was still in shadow. >> reporter: it also conducted experiments finding among other things water with the form of ice. without power its battery eventually died until now. >> now the comet is much, much closer to the sun. the sunlight is much stronger and it's fallen on the solar panels and has woken philae up. >> we have to work on how we can continue its mission given that it wasn't supposed to be a white map. >> matt taylor says philae's surface could be an evolution. >> it's opening our eyes and giving us a better understanding
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of how comets work. >> reporter: in the meantime they say it's nothing less than extraordinary. carter evans, cbs news, los angeles angeles. >> extraordinary is right. you know the scientists were jumping up and down. >> you can hear is enthusiasm. >> thank god for that sun again. >> we i had sot good sun this weekend, didn't we? >> we did. perfect. separating fact from fiction on the blockbuster "juraszek world." >> reporter: the new sequel has heading off to work. you're watching "cbs this morning." plaque psoriasis. isn't it time to let the real you shine through?
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good morning. it's 7:56 i'm michelle griego. the warriors are one win away from the nba title after beating the cleveland cavaliers. final score 104-91. beginning today san jose households will need to cut back 30% on water use. users that go over their monthly allotment will start playing a draft surcharge. coming up on cbs this morning jeb bush is hours away from launching a bid for the white house. john dickerson
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good morning everybody. very long delays for the nimitz. northbound 880. chp had to run a traffic break to clear debris. northbound 880 very slow now leaving the coliseum heading toward the downtown oakland area. if you plan on making the commute toward the bay bridge toll plaza, set aside extra time. a 37 minute drive time leaving oakland heading toward san francisco. 41 minute delays at sfo and some arriving flights due to the low clouds and fog. good morning, everyone. thats is scene at -- that is the scene at sfo. we have fog around the bay. ts right now into the 50s. later today a west wind 10-20. pretty gusty at the beaches. up to 30 miles an hour. 50 to the mid 80s today. expect clover dale at
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good morning to our viewers in the west. it is monday june 15 2015. welcome back to "cbs this morning." more real news ahead, including the apps that bring you medical care. dr. holly phillips look at new challenge of practicing telemedicine. first, today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >> joyce mitchell faces a felony charge. meanwhile the two escapees are still on the run. three children under age 17 have been bitten by sharks. twotd interest two have listed in good condition. >> bush will present himself as a doer someone who has led this state. this is the aftermath from just one of those bombs and you can see the enormous size of
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this crater. >> nowhere near chicago or london. one passenger called the handing of the situation an epic failure. >> pick up strength in the gulf of mexico it could become tropical storm bill. >> subject of multiple investigations and some members of her chapter are asking her to step aside. how scientifically accurate is is this movie. >> about scientifically accurate as signs fiction. >> brilliant game from lebron james. >> head back to game six. >> game seven, if necessary, back in oakland. these guys fly from cleveland to oakland, oakland to cleveland. they weren't nba players it would be the most depressing southwest airlines commute ever. today's "eye opener" at 8:00 is presented by choice hotels.
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>> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and nora o'donnell. searchers are starting day ten of the menanhunt in northern new york. officials say david sweat and richard matt could be anywhere but the search continues to focus on an area a few miles east of the prison where they escaped. >> the prison employee accused of helping them break out appeared in court to face felony charges. joyce mitch until handcuffs wearing a protective vest over a jumpsuit. anna werner in plattsburgh, new york. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. joyce mitchell appeared in court this morning, facing felony charges. she has a new attorney. her old attorney told the judge he had a conflict of interest and asked to be dismissed from her case. she has a new attorney steven johnson, and this morning was a formality. they're moving the case to county court where she will have a hearing on the felony and misdemeanor charges she's facing. she's alleged to have brought
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contraband into the prison for inmates to use to help in the escape. we are hearing that another part of the escape plan was for mitchell to take the inmates in her four-wheel drive jeep and drive them seven hours away. she told investigators that they had not told her what the destination would be only that it was seven hours away. meanwhile, law enforcement spent the entire weekend searching this concentrated area a few miles from the prison. it's heavily wooded. sources tell us they putting motion sensors and surveillance video cameras in that area but the search continues again today, and no sign of two escapees. >> thank you. two young people are in good condition after separate shark attacks on a north carolina beach. the 12-year-old girl and a 16-year-old boy both lost parts of their left arm. the attacks happened 90 minutes apart sunday, two miles from each other in oak i land. beaches will be open today. last week a 13-year-old had scrapes on her foot from the
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same shark attack in the same county. >> jeb bush hours away from launching his bid from the white house. bush taughts his experience as florida governor and says, quote, he's ready to lead. take a look at his logo jeb 2016! also hoping to make her mark, hillary clinton, she is in new hampshire this morning, after formally kick off her campaign saturday in new york city. clinton entered the race more than two months ago. "face the nation "host john dickersoner is in washington. what do we expect jeb bush to say? how does he position his race? >> we peck him to talk about the things he did in florida as governor, he's going to present himself as a doer not just a talker to make a distinction between himself and senators in the race. it's also to remind people he had a conservative record as governor, to get past some of the claims that conservatives have or the worries they have about him not being conservative
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enough. but we're entering into a kind of show rather than tell stage of the campaign. so he's going to start trying to show up in venues that are different in keeping with that theme that he's a different kind of republican talking to different aspects of the electorate than he has before. >> are you surprised that he hasn't broken a what from the pack or is it too early to tell for anybody to judge. >> it is too early but it doesn't mean people are not judging him. some that are judging him are donors and insides in the republican field and wonder why he hasn't broken out of the pack fast somewhere wonder about his just rustiness and stumbles but that's to be expected what he does have which will allow him to be in the race a long time he's raised a lot of money during this early period. he has a chance to improve his condition because he has resources. >> john i know you were at hillary clinton's rally this weekend. she's made some news by siding
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with the house democrats on that trade bill against president obama. that will probably play well with democratic party voters, right? >> it will. although it will play it well with them because that's a position that there's a lot of skepticism of the trade deals in the democratic base. there was a lot of skepticism about her because she wasn't taking a position. she is presenting herself as a fighter, the word comes up every other sentence but here was a fight and she was on the sideline. she has come off the sidelines a bit and it cleans that messiness as well. >> what did you find about her message? >> well, it was -- it's interesting. she was on the one hand saying i'm a three-dip hfthree-dimensional candidate, talking about her mother, her biography but heavy on policy one of her big arguments is i have actual specific ideas here. her speech at times sounded like a state of the union speech full of lots of policy and that's going to be part of her
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pitch is sort of -- on the one hand it's a personality pitch but on the other hand a lot of policy behind it. >> there's lindsey graham who you interviewed on "face the nation" about being single. >> main message isis and the threat of national security that's what he wants to talk about. but he made this side how he's going to have a rotating first lady and so at the end there i asked him if he had gotten any volunteers. he said that he had gotten a few but made an interesting remark about you know being single and there's nothing wrong with that and sort of made a little public service announcement there for people who are single which was unexpected. >> do we need a public service announcement for being single? >> his argument -- >> john before you go, can i ask you about jeb bush's logo
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jeb! >> it's a retread of his 1994 logo. so what's true today was true back then which is he wants to be seen as his own person not defined by his last name. >> okay. good to see you, john. thank you so much. some voters just don't want another bush in the white house. >> anyone in this room who will not vote for jeb bush guaranteed in the republican primary? so what's the problem? >> ahead, frank luntz reveal what voters say about bush fatigue. his campaign 2016 focus group is coming up. it seems lebron james doesn't need miany more confidence heading into the game six finals. >> you're the best in the world. doesn't need any more confidence. >> the cavaliers down 3-2 in the championship series against the golden state warriors. >> you feel less pressure this finals run just because you're
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undermanned, you have injuries as opposed to previous years? >> no. no, i feel confident because i'm the best player in the world. it's simple. >> i'm going to dunk you. >> james and cavaliers going to win game six in cleveland to continue the series. it has been a great, great series. >> you hope it goes to seven? >> i do hope it goes to seven. who do you hope wins? >> i like them both. do you find lebron's cockiness attractive? >> i don't know. >> you think it should come from someone else? >> i like lebron james very much. it's hard when you say you're the best. >> he is good. he
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that you requested a health check? >> i did. >> reporter: 39-year-old oliver gould hates to go to the doctor so when he wanted a checkup, he tried out the new pager app on his smartphone to have the doctor come to him. after an initial consult -- >> hi. >> reporter: a short time later a nurse practitioner shows up at his door she checks his cholesterol, calculates his bmi, and takes his blood pressure. >> how did you feel having the nurse come to your home? >> it was really easy and convenient. i don't know that i'd have done it otherwise. >> reporter: using the pager app on your smartphone or their website on your computer you can get medical care from a board certified doctor or nurse practiciontioner at home within two hours. their newest service is the wellness visit oliver had called health check, but they are most often called for urgent matters.
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everything from stretches to strep throat tests and can write prescriptions. >> it's all about you sitting back while you're sick or keeping your kid at home resting while the health care comes to you. >> reporter: toby harvey is the general manager at pager, one of several new start-ups that bring doctors to patients with digital technology. >> what the computer is going to be is your health care in your pocket. >> reporter: if it sounds a bit like uber for doctors, that's no coincidence. one of the company's founders was also on uber's founding team. after one year in business in new york city, pager has plans to broaden out nationwide. house call apps are just one part of what's called the telemedicine explosion. other apps like doctor on demand, tele doc and am well connect you to a physician on your phone. 26-year-old rob hayden video chatted with a doctor using the am well app after having sudden eye swelling a possible
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allergic reaction to shellfish. >> really sounds like an allergic reaction. >> reporter: the service provides live video consultations with board certified doctors 24 hours a day, who can offer advice prescribe medicine and suggest follow-up care. >> i think allergist is definitely the way to go. >> they can give you an immediate response knowing immediately is a huge peace of mind. >> reporter: rob sees the service as an alternative to urgent care or waiting hours in the e.r. and like many people, rob doesn't have a primary care doctor. >> i've lived in three cities the last five years, so finding and establishing a relationship with a doctor then just to move again, ends up being difficult. >> reporter: the surge in telemedicine has raised questions about the safety, quality, privacy, and limitations of this type of care. several states are weighing tighter restrictions.
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by bringing back the old fashioned house call pagers doctor visits bypass many of these issues. do you think this is a passing fad, or is this the new future of medicine? >> in a lot of ways it's back to the future and this is where medicine is heading. >> pager's house calls range from $100 to $200 and video consultations using the am well app cost $49 for ten minutes. some insurance plans may reimburse you for a portion of the cost. >> sounds like both are good ideas. how do they compare to an office visit? >> right. neither of these services take the place of having a primary care doctor and that's because of something we call continuity of care. seeing the same doctor over and over ideally for years translates into better care from diagnosis, to prevention to treatment, and these apps can't offer that yet. >> have a doctor that knows you, knows your quirks and your body. >> and your medicine.
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>> you say pager is really exploding. >> yeah, the idea of having a doctor come to you, you end up with better care that way, as well. >> great, dr. holly phillips good to see you, thank you very much. prince george goes on a field trip. a new look at a future king holding court. >> there's our guy. >> he is adorable. that's next here on "cbs this morning". that's next on "cbs this morning." >> announcer: cbs "morning rounds" cbs morning rounds presented by -- centrum. multigummies. see gummies in a whole new light. immunity and metabolism like never before. centrum multigummies. see gummies in a whole new light.
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more than six weeks after becoming a big brother we get a new look at prince george. he was at a polo charity match with his dad. that would be prince william and his mom. even found time to play some ball. george's sister charlotte was nowhere in sight. people like seeing this little kid. he's so cute. >> that's right. ahead, the face-off between two political dynasties and the face-off for president. >> it's not who you're going to vote for. who's going to when that election. >> hillary clinton. >> how many say hillary clinton beats jeb bush. >> frank luntz looks at the challenges of candidate fatigue. that's ahead on "cbs this morning."
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good morning everybody. there was a big accident in san jose. northbound 101 traffic still recovering. and over at the bay bridge toll plaza the metering lights are still on. it's backed up to the mccarthur maze so expect those delays leaving oakland heading toward the city. over on the san mateo bridge also earlier backups have thinned out. westbound traffic now looking okay. that is a
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and the average american watch more than five hours of tv a day but watching television with your family could have important benefits. that is coming up. but first how about a look at weather? here is roberta. good morning, everyone. we start off clear in our inland areas but now the marine layer, the low clouds, the fog you're looking at at the bay. temperatures wise we're in the 50s. winds 13 miles an hour at concord. we just picked up a wind gust up to 32 miles an hour in hayward. it will be pretty blustery along the coast today with those westerly 10-20. 50s at the beaches today with basically very little clearing there. otherwise clearing at the bay in the 60s. 70s around the peninsula. 80s into the inland area. you see the 91-degree reading that will be in clover dale. the hot weather continues in our inland areas all the way to
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welcome back to "cbs this morning." i haven't heard that song in a long time talking about my generation. coming up in this half hour a new focus group of republican voters. why they say former florida governor jeb bush would have a hard time beating hillary clinton in a presidential race. plus celebrating a document 800 years old. this morning queen elizabeth marks the anniversary of the magna carta. how the writing on a sheepskin parchment changed the world. that's ahead. the "washington post" said the battle between at-base taxis
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and carports have moved. many are rethinking their policies. dulles and reagan are thinking of charging a fee for services and access. the "star-ledger" says the beach town was closed to visitors because it was too fool. more than 2,000 people jammed the weekend. bellemare has reached its capacity and we're shutting down all traffic into the town from route 35 effective immediately. the roads have now reopened. cbs colorado springs kktv says colorado's supreme court is considering whether a work 'eers off-duty use of medical marijuana is protected under state law. he failed a company drug test. colorado is the first to legalize the sale of regular pot pot. "the boston globe" said the new england patriots got their
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super bowl rings. in keeping with tradition it was held by robert kraft. t the largrgest evever made with get ththis, 205 diamonds. >> it's uniqique. they'rere conning t tourists in new yorkrk. these a apparenently fakee monks h have beenen approroachingng v visitorors in the park. sosome have demanded $4040 or gotten angered over small donations. two were spotted napping with hats over their faces. there were no arrests. one priority is to regain momentum in a crowded republican field but he needs to win over voters who are not ready to have another bush in the white house. cbs news contributor and gop strategist frank luntz went to new hampshire to speak with a group of republican voters in
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that key primary state. >> is there anyone who would vote for clinton over jeb bush? okay. is there anyone who will not vote for jeb bush guaranteed in the. >> reporter: primary? so what's the problem. >> he was an excellent governor but he's just not a good candidate for president. >> because? >> his policies are worn out. >> what's the problem? >> not electable. >> yeah. >> another bush. >> yeah. >> the last name. >> that would work more against him than for him. >> i'm not sure he really wants it. >> yeah. >> he doesn't have any passion behind it. >> there's no fire. i mean he should take notes from rubio. >> yeah. >> but he was a good governor, was he not? >> yeah. >> how many do you think he was a good governor. why can't somebody who was a good grov be a great candidate? >> he can be. >> he doesn't have the charisma. he doesn't come across like
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marco rubio. he's sitting back on his laurels and telling you who his family is. >> we've experienced bushes and old white american running for the republican party. even looking around the room, most of the people in this room are old. >> wow. >> ouch, man. >> all right. >> to obama's credit he inspired the youth and i think rubio did that. i think walker could do that. i don't think jeb bush could do that. >> my big concern about four years ago or whatever i really like him as a politician, but after learning his positions that's why i don't support him. my biggest concern was his last name. now it's his position. >> i'd announcement be able to see him. i know him from florida and i know that rubio was mentored by jeb. so before i decide i'd like to see him up here. i'd like to hear what's going on. he hasn't been in the public eye
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for a while. let's see what his positions really are. let let's see where he wants to go. >> you guys are republican. who has a problem with hi last name? who does not want another bush? >> so we're going have a clinton? >> i don't want a clinton either. >> several months ago out of all the people running for president, we really need the clintons and bushing runs? >> in the end they're not going to care about the circumstances. he's a bush. >> if it's hillary clinton or jeb bush not who you're going to vote for, who's going to win? >> hillary clinton. >> that's pretty significant from republicans in new hampshire. >> frank luntz is with frus atlanta. good morining. >> good morning. >> does this surprise you? >> it surprised me but it's what
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i've been hearing for the past five months. they've been willing to sacrifice a little ideology to get more electability and their greatest concern with jeb is they're not convincesed he can beat hillary carolina tonight next year. >> why are they convinced and have the marco rubio people called and said we want a copy of that tape. that seems like a campaign ad waiting to happen. why aren't they questioning his desire to run? >> it's because -- he made a comment that he wants republicans to see his heart. here's the problem. republicans want to see inside your head. democrats want to see inside your heart. both are electrical mat. but i think that jeb is for the gop. at this point a little bit too gentle that they're so eager after seven years of barack obama to get someone who's going to fight for them that his communication comes as cross amount too gentle.
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>> do you think voters want someone who's aspirational? in that time, does jeb or marco rubio or whoever the republicans are have to provide that message as well? >> thal's at's a fair point. in fact, for the gop we ask do you want a candidate who's focused bringing america forward or focus on bringing america back and by 2 hch 1 they're look at the future rather than the past. that's a challenge for jeb. arguably if you just took a look at his record as governor, you'd say he did a pretty good job. it's one of the reasons why he's using his name jeb, why you've got that logo that says his first name. you want people to feel the
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passion. go ahead, charlie. >> who d us that benefit the most within the republican party? >> either marco rubio -- at this point either marco rubio or scott walker are capturing the greatest percentage of those in the future both very passionate, very strong. i don't want the u.s. to think jeb doesn't have a chance. he absolutely does because he's got more money than all the other candidates. but he's got a significant challenge and it's not just his name. there ha go passion. there has to be emotion on the feature. >> it will be interesting. frank luntz. thank you so magna carta 8 hub years ago. it's considered the cornerstone and an influence on our founding fathers. charlie, good morning.
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>> good morning to you. it's the celebration of a document that predates the united states by 560 years but it's more relevant now than ever. serves as the inspiration for our own constitution the bill of rights and declaration of the human rights. >> the queen, prince philip and he made a trip to the runny meade whetherwhere the historic document was signed 200 years ago. 12 bronze chaers facing each other to signify a right to the documents. a barge made its way down the river thames leading a flotilla of 200 boats. it was called britain's first export of intellectual family.
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>> it inspired the founding fathers. to this day the images of the magna carta is emblazoned on the great doors of the supreme court testify united states. four documents survived. two are held in the library. in washington, d.c., a later display is displayed. hate ling scribbled, magna carta, graig charter in london, was signed by king george. they're serk of getting kicked around by the treacherous and unpopular monarch. today's ceremony may be making up lost time. mag nag car ta is taking on far more significance than the united states. it was the first at the field at runny meade, not the english. now the original was hardly a
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rallying cry for the common man. in fact, it explicitly discriminated against pes amounts and women but it helped with the legal system simply that no person i should be deprivedks at how it is
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today's typical home includes three tvs and excel to 189 channels and we're only watching around 19. the average american watches almost five hours of live tv daily. "wall street journal" contributor shows how viewing together as a family can help children bond. jennifer joins us at the table. good morning. >> good morning. >> when i was growing up there was one tv in the house and you had to watch tv together. but you say there are benefits to that.
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>> there are. the family would laugh over the hijinx of eddie haskell or lucy and e them. there was no taking their devices into separate rooms and watching a different program. >> benefits like what? >> opportunities to connect as a family. families who use media like television as a tool to connect to spark conversation you strengthen family bonds that way. >> what does doing it the way they're watching watching on ipads separately and privately, what does that do? >> it makes it much more individual some of any benefit use would get from television are lost at the moment. the benefits are communicating with your family. finding out about your child, a laugh. >> real conversations. >> i'm getting sick of the ipad. i know you have young kids too. they have their separate ipads
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or play minecraft. think about when a family watches like the women's world cup together. that's one of the greatest moments i think your family can have. it encourages bonding and you can talk about that experience of and over again. >> that's right. >> why have we lost that? >> we've lost it because we're being thrown all these different media or technologies. what you're talking about is family tradition. i remember watching request the charlie brown special. those are memories i remember and cherish. >> ""the wizard of oz."" >> research shows they're multitasking. >> i think it is our job as parents to set limits and i think we are so tired and stressed out ourselves that we often -- when we want to relax, we don't want it to be a fight so it's our relaxing time too
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but guess what? there are long-term benefits to have that little argument in the moment. you have to put your phone away. charge it in another room and connect in the family. >> what if you're in the car. do you want your kids to be watching iphones? >> there are times when abreak out the ipad whennite's lodge car ride and there's traffic. we were just talking about this. it causes sometimes more trouble than it's worth. >> it's hart to find friendly family viewing. that's part of the problem. >> sports is the exception. >> yerkes sports in the expectation exception. >> teens are closed mouthed and they don't want to spend as much time as they did when they were children. it will give you insight into what interests them but cause them to talk to you a little
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more after the series is over. >> it's great idea. thank you, jennifer. >> thank you very much. the state trooper goes out of his way to put a senior citizen and her scooter on the right packet. this is great video, great story. that's coming up on "cbs this morning."
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it looks like a police chase but only slower. she got lost after going out for coffee. >> we're going to have to do something because i don't want you to get hurt out here. >> the trooper escorted the woman home about 4 miles an hour. he said he wanted to treat her the way somebody would treat his mother. she said i'm low temperature and he said i'm going to help you. >> that does it for us.
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be sure to tune in to the evening news for scott pelley my name is rene guerrero. i'm a senior field technician for pg&e here in san jose. pg&e is using new technology to improve our system, replacing pipelines throughout the city of san jose, to provide safe and reliable services. raising a family here in the city of san jose has been a wonderful experience. my oldest son now works for pg&e. when i do get a chance, an opportunity to work with him it's always a pleasure. i love my job and i care about the work i do. i know how hard our crews work for our customers. i want them to know that they do have a safe and reliable system. together, we're building a better california.
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good morning everybody. slow traffic in the silicon valley. a accident an the parkway is tying up traffic in the northbound direction. the backups extend to 280. the accidents extend to santa clara street. northbound 101 has been jam packed because of an earlier accident. highway 4 now look good following this morning's motorcycle accident. all lanes are now open through the bay point area. if you plan on making the bay bridge commute, the metering lights are on. traffic is backed up through the maze.
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