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good morning. it is thursday, august 7th, 2014. welcome to "cbs this morning." two hurricanes bear down on paradise. the hawaiian islands brace for a once in a century event. the ebola outbreak grows. plus closing arguments in the blade runner trial are under way this morning. why the prosecution claims oscar pistorius is lying. >> but we begin this morning with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> one-two punch. two hurricanes coming in from the east and pretty potent. >> hawaii braces for back-to-back storms. >> the eye of iselle is expected
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to make landfall tonight. >> and hurricane julio could arrive over the weekend. >> food is flying off the shelves. >> it's going to be bachld figure it can take out our house. hundreds of owners are out of their homes. the fires raging. >> the cdc issued their highest alert. >> the president of nigeria has declared an emergency because of the number of deaths. >> in an attempt to tailor his version -- >> russia banned imports from the united states, norway. >> if you look at projections for russian growth what you're seeing is that the economy has ground to a halt. >> edward snowden is receiving a
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three-year resident's permit. >> baker of america is prepared to pay more than $16.5 billion. >> all that -- >> a bear in new jersey was caught casually taking a stroll down the street on its hind legs. >> michael phelps won seventh place in the national championships. >> michelle obama getting down. hosting the first spouses of the african nation. >> i know i got my workout in. i don't know about you, laura. >> the president's rating hitting a new low. >> i don't think he has a sense of how severe the problem is. >> last night he gave sasha a ride to a friend's house and she asked him to drop her off two blocks away. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" presented by toyota. let's go places. captioning funded by cbs
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welcome to "cbs this morning." 1 million hawaiians and thousands of tourists are bracing for a rare emergency. back-to-back hurricanes threaten to devastate hawaii. forecasters say hurricane iselle will strike tonight with winds around 75 miles an hour. hurricane julio upgraded overnight to category 2 storm and it could arrive by the weekend. >> hawaii hasn't seen a hurricane in 22 years but they say they're ready. b bigad shaban is in hawaii. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the rain is already beginning to come down. since 1950 only three hurricanes have made landfall in hawaii and now the fourth is expected to come ashore here in hilo in just hours. in many of the store aisles here on the big island of hawaii there is no calm before the
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storm. >> this is due to hurricane isel iselle. >> reporter: shelves are empty as people stock up on supplies. some parts of the island may see as much as a foot of rainfall by friday which could bring power outages and flash floods. on wednesday they discussed what back-to-back hurricanes could mean for these islands, more than 120 miles away from the u.s. main lands. >> there's a limited amount of food on the island at any one period of time. most of the food is shipped in. >> reporter: barney sheffield says it could shut off shipping ports. are you prepared for a worst-case scenario? >> as prepare as we can be. >> reporter: 30 years ago hurricane eva, a category 1 storm left hawaii with $251
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million in damage. ivan piilani survived but said flash flood washed away his home. >> it's real scary. you don't know what's going to happen. it keeps going on and on to the next day and then finally you see what's left. >> reporter: an emergency management official said if there was a major emergency disaster they could have supplies sent from the west coast immediately but if they need to arrive by ship, it would take up to a week before they arrive. >> bigad, thanks. people should have supplies to last a week. jennifer robbins is tracking the double storms. >> aloha. this could be hawaii's first hurricane to make landfall in 22 years since aniki hit. it's heading thwart the big island as a category 1
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hurricane. as you can see the big concern, thursday afternoon into friday for the entire island chain. mainly impacting the big island with hurricane force winds and also really rough seas. so what we're going to see as we break this down, we saw the eye of the storm hold together. not a whole lot of window for it to lose steam as it heads to the big island. that's why we're taking this one seriously and it's going impact such a large area in the way of flooding right now. 4 to 10 inches is what we're expecting. we're not going to be done with that because we're preparing for the worst, expecting it. after iselle pass, julio is right on its heels. >> nearly 300 families along the columbia river gorge were told to get out. high winds are pushing the fire over the ridge. so far no homes are damaged. this morning more evidence the government sees the ebola
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outbreak as a serious threat to human life. it received its highest level wednesday. that means more resources will be fighting the epidemic. at least 932 people in four countries have died oust 1,700 infecti infections. vladimir dutier has more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the centers for disease control in atlanta ramped up its response to the expanding ebola outbreak on wednesday. it allows the agency to deploy action to the four countries. the cdc says 54 experts should arrive within a month. president obama said the u.s. would continue to do what it can to contain the disease. >> let's get all the health workers that we need on the
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ground, let's help to bolster the systems that they already have in place. let's nip as early as possible any addition of the disease. a spanish priest tested positive. ielt tess first time someone with ebola will be treated in spain. the two americans infected with ebola remain under the care of doctors at emory university hospital. writebol's son said she was tired from travels but continues to fight the virus. one person at a new york hospital suspected of having the ebola virus tested negative on wednesday. mt. sinai hospital release add statement saying the parent is stable and improving and remains in the hospital. the cdc reported that so far six have been tested in america and
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fortunately all the tests have come back negative. norah? >> vladimir, thank you so much. president vladimir putin blocked fish, meat, fruit, and dairy products. russia also closed its airspace to ukrainian airlines and the country's prime minister says the kremlin is thinking about banning western carriers from flying over russia. also in russia word that edward snowden will be staying there for a year. snowden is being granted residency for three more years. this morning an air force jet is bringing a two-star general on his final trip home. major general harold greene was shot to death on tuesday. the attack is thought to be that of an afghan soldier. he's the highest ranking officer to be killed in the combat zone since vietnam war. chip reid is live in delaware
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waiting for the ship to arrive. good morning. >> good morning. the jet is expected to arrive here at air force air base a little later. that begins the process of dignified honor. they carry the casket off the plane and it's placed at the mortuary. that's where it will be received by the family. the process will be exactly as it is for every other servicemember who arrives here at dover. as for the attack that killed general greene there's an investigation that will try to determine how and why a moefb the afghan army hid in a bathroom at a training facility and then fired out the window killing general greene and wounding eight others. he'll be buried at arlington national cemetery next week. sergeant bergdahl went
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through more questioning yesterday. the sergeant's lawyer called the meeting productive. investigators want to know what lead to his capture by the taliban since 2009. this morning officials say computer hackers targeted a company that does back groubd checks on hundreds of thousands of workers. jeff pegues in washington has new information on the data breaches and the government impact. jeff, guld moood morning. >> good morning. federal investigators are still trying to determine how much data has been compromised. we're told for now in a highly unusual move most background checks have been inspected. the personal information of some government employees is at risk. they conduct background checks for federal employee. a letter sent yesterday to the
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department of homeland security warned personally identifiable information about current and/or former federal employees could be at risk. this comes after a disclosure that a russian gang now stands accused of the biggest every cyber attack of data. a small security firm says over 1 billion usernames, passwords, and e-mail addresses have been stolen from websites. in mid-july eric holder, the company's founder, realized the breach and discovered he was the victim. >> you start looking at it and you verify that what we're seeing has not been a honeypot generated by hackers just for us. it seems to be logistic. >> reporter: they could
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ultimately sell the stolen information. >> last year 875 million people had their online information compromised. >> across the globe. >> across the globe. >> this is just the latest in the long line of data breaches that make money for these people. they're not going to jail, so why should they stop. >> they say the majority of attack comes from russia and china. there's very little the law can do about it. change your passwords and usernames every month but even that will not guarantee anything. charlie? >> jeff, thanks. both israel and hamas promised to respond if attacks pick up again. negotiations between the two sides continue to cairo. the five-month murder trial
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of blade runner oscar pistorius gets under way this morning. he's accused of intentionally shooting his girlfriend last year. debra pata is at a debora, good get a chance to sway the judge's verdict when it's time. it's high noon and he arrived at court feeling the pressure. for your the first time the fathers were in court to listen. the chief prosecutor kicked it off with what was on his mind. >> in keeping with the accused as an athlete, we argue the accused was in a relay run.
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he started the relay with a baton. you hand it over. if you hand over the baton or drop it, which he did, you cannot complete the race. you started the race by giving evidence. >> the state is arguing that he's a rageful narcissist who had a fight with his girlfriend reeva steenkamp and hit in fear behind the door. he's been described as a paranoid angry man who has a paramount skboes your to danger and he shot steenscan by into accident, arguing she was an intruder. he made up a verlgs to cover his own lies and inconsistencies. walgreens made a decision.
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the parent company called simply wall green overseas. >> investors didn't like the choice. walgreens' stop droked. >> these accounts are saying, you know what? we found great loophole. if you just slip your citizenship to another country, even though it's just a paper transaction, we think we can get you out of paying a whole bunch of tax. well, it's not fair. it's not right. there is legislation working through congress that would eliminate some of these tax loopholes entirely. >> melolody hobson is in chicag. walgreens is based in illinois. good morning. >> good morning. >> why did they decide not to
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relocate. >> they looked at the tax savings, which is huge, $4 billion they can save. people feel that people using this technique are called inverters. they looked at that. they look at the revenues derived from the u.s. government. medicare and medicaid which represents $17 billion in their revenue and they said maybe question slouldn't put that in jeopardy. >> what about the stock getting hammered? >> they thought over the short term this doesn't look great for them. i think they're making a long term decision. i actually think in this decision they made the right decision. the other thing the u.s. government has said. they may come back retroactively and attacked some of these.
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>> they've save billions of dollars in tax money. i remember when i was covering the white housing two years ago. lowering corporate tax rates. what has it done? >> it was as high as 46% on one side. it's now 35%. it's still the highest tax rate of any developed nation. compare that to something like ireland. you have a lot of companies overseas saying maybe i get a better deal than someone else but everyone looks at this and says this is an arms race. there's still going to be another country with a loyer rate. so it's not just a question of tax policy. >> good to see you. thank you so much.
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america's immigration battle is turning violent. manuel bojorquez is near the border in brooks county, texas. >> the trash in this south texas ranch the is the sign of an illegal smuggling route. the highways are used too. it's dangerous journey we saw firsthand. we'll show you the life-and-death situations and how deputies rush in. >> the news is back in the morning here on "cbs this morning." stay tuned for your local news.
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let's get your forecast with katie in the weather center. >> quiet one for us. a nice day underway and we will have full sunshine light wind, comfortable humidity, nice warm temperatures but nothing oppressive. it doesn't get better. the lets go outside to the live neighborhood network at 66 degrees outside whitefield elementary school. shadows cast with sunshine and storm scan three is also empty courtesy of high pressure. your seven day forecast is also nice and for next two days just looking very nice indeed. by saturday, chance for a shower just a chance right now we are optimistic keeping unsin she for further north you go more widespread chance of the rain next week, bob.
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>> good morning, a live look 95 southbound heavy from bridge street into girard, morning rush hour underway. the this is along barley mill road andmontshanon outside wilmington just off of route 202. another crash at main and barbados in norristown. or wise mass transit has no reported delays, ukee, back over to you. our next update 7:55. up next this morning michael phelps back in the the water, for more localal news weather traffic and sports and to continue following our breaking news we are on the cw philly on these channels, i'm ukee washington see you shortly.
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♪ ♪ i'm so fancy >> a new internet video shows president obama simging that huge hit song of the summer. 'fancy." the youtube channel barack obama dubs has taken snippets from the president's speech and we've been together. it youtube channel, "barack dub." >> there it is. everyone wants to know how to do that. i love that song. it's fun to see the president. what's on your iphone?
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>> one of charlie's favorite songs. >> assail ya. >> we're going to help you with your iphone. >> he's got it. >> there's hope for me yet. coming up in this half hour, donald trump. he threatens to hold his hand at two big casinos. we'll look at the lawsuit that could change the face. >> fill a room full of first ladies and see what happens. they talk to leaders from around the world at a white house conference. that's ahead. time to show you this morning's headlines from around the globe. thousands of iraqis are stranded on a mountain in a northern country. they were forced to hide in the mountains. isis fighters captured their town over the weekend. those are the militants storming across iraq. they face dehydration or death at the hands of jihadics if they return home, but this morning
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the u.n. says some have been rescued. "the new york times" says google and barnes & noble are joining forces to take on amazon. starting today people in manhattan, west los angeles and the bay area can get same day delivery from local barns and local stories. customers go online to the google shopping express. that's interesting. >> sounds oklahoma. "the boston globe" says the supermarket company wants to buy the embattled market basket battle change. it could force the president to take control back from rival family members. workers and customers of the 71-store chain picketed outside its headquarters yesterday. this is a show of support for ousted president de educators are now bracing
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for the impact. the department of education is offering to help school systems find resources to to handle any uptick in enrollment. under federal law all children are entitled to free public education regardless of their immigration status. >> more on the crisis at the mexican border. a cbs poll out this morning finds 50% of americans crossing illegally should be sent back to their home countries. 43% believe those children should be allowed to stay while waiting for an immigration hearing. >> vice president joe bide season asking lawyers and legal groups to help process a huge backlog of cases. >> not only are we going to judge ourselves baseded on whether we do the right things by these kids, we're going to be judged. we're going to be judgeed by the rest of the world on how we take care of these kids, how we deal with this fairly. >> this morning we have new evidence of the ruthless work of
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human smugglers along the border. manuel bojorquez has more. good morning. >> good morning. ranches like this one make up most of this county and you can see this road is littered with trash. there are water bottles, toiletries, backpacks, even clothes hanging from the trees. this is an often used smuggling route. the highways are vital to smugglers, too, and we watched as deputies worked to stop them. it's late at night in brooks county, texas, and this deputy has gotten word of an suv carrying illegal immigrants. when he spots it, it takes off. while these chases are common what happens next shocks even de-putte covos. >> we've got abeout, a bailout, a bailout. >> reporter: a terrifying night
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for a deputy whose job is as a volunteer. >> no matter what kind of badge we wear, what kind of country, city, we're all brothers, helping each other out. >> you're not even getting paid for this. you have no health insurance if you get hurt. you're taking a big risk. >> i'm taking a risk but what happens when all the funds are depleted. that's the big risk. >> reporter: brooks county can only afford one deputy per shift to cover 900 square miles. a group of officers from other agencies is now deputized here and filling in shifts. daniel walden, a school police chief is making a difference. that's him on the left. >> you stop the smuggler from picking up a group or you saved one from dying. >> reporter: more than 400
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immigrants have succumbed to the heat in brooks county on the rugged terrain. >> this is what you're trying to avoid. >> this is what we're trying to avoid. >> it's the fourth body he has recovered this year. he believes the volunteers can help keep that number from growing. >> how grateful are you for that? >> it's beyond words. >> snow one says i have to do this. i want to do this. >> why? >> i want to help out. i want to help out my brothers at the sheriff's office. i want to make a stand. >> reporter: the woman who appeared to be pushed from the suv is still in the hospital. the other people got away. but more help is coming. the number of volunteers has grown from 3 to 17. gayle? >> thank you, manuel bojorquez. donald trump is known for making a career out of his name, but now the real estate titan is sueing to get his name removed from two atlantic city casinos
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if they do not clean up their act. vinita nair is at the newest trump building. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. the trump name has been two of these buildings since 1984. back then he was responsible for bringing huge artists like the rolling stones and boxers like mike tyson to atlantic city. a lot has changed. he only owns 10% of the companies and now he wants his names off the buildings. it's hard to miss his mark in atlantic city but now he wants to take the trump out of the two casinos bearing his name. in a lawsuit filed tuesday they accused them of vie lathe their agreement by allowing the two to fall into a state of disrepair. court papers say they failed to
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meet industry standards ranging from hotel services to overall cleanliness. they're calling it the trump dump. >> it's no different than mcdonald's who has license agreements with their franchisees. certain standards have to be maintained. he owns the trump name and he licenses it to this ownership entity. >> welcome to the trump taj mahal. >> reporter: it's a far cry from the glory days back in the '80s and '90s when the trump empire first took it on. in a statement trump said i'd love nothing more than for the current managers and owners of these hotel casinos to operate them to the highest standards and luxury of success but unfortunately it's not happening. we have no choice but to
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terminate. the 68-year-old investor has never been shy about putting his name on display, even fashioning a controversial 20-foot-high sign along his chicago high-rise but trump insists he hasn't been a part of atlantic city for years and has nothing to do with the casinos. at last check their website still featured a picture of the donald. the tag line, one name says it all. so far this year four atlantic city casinos have threatened to close. norah, if they don't find a buyer by the end of the month, they may have to shut their doors. >> all right. thank you. he's incredible but not invincible. michelle is with us. he made a splash on wednesday, just not in the way he'd hoped. michael phelps talking about
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they brought the heat throwing a strike to home plate. then she celebrated the dodgers with the dodgers catcher. >> listen. i like chrissy teigen. if you follow her on twitter, you know she's a hoot. i said look at this, her mowing the lawn. >> when i saw this, i said, i've got some grass that needs to be mowed. >> no, he didn't that i was thinking this was you, norah. charlie knows how to cut grass. i like it. hello, michelle miller. >> good morning, everyone. what am i here to talk about?
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>> i don't know. >> norah, you have the lead. >> oh, sorry. i'm still thinking about mowing the lawn. swimming icon michael phelps is hitting some rough waters in his comeback bid. he continue peted in the national championships wednesday. michelle miller, she's with us. how do you explain this loss? >> well. good morning to all of you. michael phelps, they say he's still the one to beat, but after finishing in seventh place, it became clear the competition was heating up. >> michael phelps. it 'twas olympic champion's biggest race since the 2012 games. >> he's in lane three. >> reporter: michael phelps barely touched the wall at the halfway point. >> real slow on that turn and really had a bad push-off. >> reporter: losing all momentum during the 100-meter freestyle.
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it cost him the race, leaving him with a seventh place fin sniesh well, michael phelps shaking his head. not happy with that performance. >> very little chance that i was going to run anybody down. so it's kind of frustrating, but, you know, i'll never know where we are in that race right now. >> reporter: current olympic champion, a 25-year-old placed first. ryan lochte finished second. >> i asked what happened. he said he missed his turn. you know what? things happened. i guarantee he's going fix it and makes sure it never happens again. >> reporter: it's been three months since the 29-year-old came out of retirement. the most decorated olympian in history. phelps' comeback has been far less teller. >> for all of his super human feats he is actually human. maybe this race reminds us all
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he is mortal, there's something good to come out of it. >> reporter: in april phelps' dream of a flawless run was dashed. coming off at seventh place, phelps said his best performance is still to come. >> it doesn't matter if i'm making a comeback or not. i'm very hard on myself. it's frustrated not to start out with a good one. >> well, phelps still has three more races to compete in the u.s. national to qualify tr the pan championships. from there it's the 2015 championships and finally the games in rio. >> at his best, is he still the best? >> i'm not the person to ask about that. we'll see in the water. >>
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it is so good all the time. good morning i'm erika von tiehl we will get over to katie with your forecast, looking good, right. >> it is, erika. good morning everybody both today and tomorrow feature sunshine, low humidity, comfortable warm and light win g hair days if i ever saw them. lets go out there storm scan three featuring high pressure taking back its control that it had earlier in the week. we are just looking good, basically, we have got clear skies, beautiful blue sky out there and last us all day 85 degrees expect high in the city under that sunshine with the low humidity. good excuse later tonight to turn that air conditioning off and save on the energy bill for the night, so comfortable in terms of sleeping weather. tomorrow is the same. by saturday there may be a
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shower around but we will keep it operate mystic with some sun, bob. >> good morning. 7:56. delays on i-95 northbound towards philadelphia international and an accident taking out left lane. we cannot see cars because they are block with this overpass but we can see skid marks, that were created from the crash and we have that left lane block everybody push to the right and jammed sold approaching philly international and crash at moreland anal son road in willow grove, back to you. next update 8:25, next up this morning 21st ladies their a stage at the white house. your local news weather and traffic continues with us on the cw philly. i'm quarter von tiehl have a great morning.
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2014. welcome back to "cbs this morning." more real news ahead including a professor enjoying the fruits of his labor. there are 40 of them growing from a single tree. but first here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >> some o hawaii's most popular tourist attractions will be closed today. iselle is expected to come ashore in just hours. >> we're taking this one seriously. after iselle's passing, julio is right at its heels. >> a wildfire exploded overnight in northern oregon. nearly 300 families were told to get out. >> the cdc announced its highest level of alert. six americans in the united states have been tested for ebola. >> federal investigators are still trying to determine how
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much day ha has been compromised. most background checks have been suspended. >> the next few days are pivotal as both sides get a chance to sway the judge's verdict. >> what about the stock getting hammered? >> a lot of investors say we don't get this added prove itability. >> the highways are full of smugglers and we watch as deputies work to stop them. the trump name has been on these buildings since 1984 and now he wants his name after the buildings. >> i looked at this and i said look at norah mowing the lawn. >> when i looked at that, i said, i've about got some grass that needs to be mowed. >> announcer: today's "eye opener" at 8:00 presented by comfort inn. >> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. hawaii is waking up this morning under a state of emergency. two hurricanes are on the way. a cell is expected to hit
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tonight. forecasters warn even though it's only a category 1, iselle is not letting up. >> meanwhile julio is not hanging out in the schoolyard. it's now a category 2 hurricane with winds up to 100 miles an ho is in hilo where the storms are likely to hit. >> reporter: good morning. a hurricane is expected to come to shore in the next cups of hours. all across the hawaiian islands people have been lining up at the gas pumps to line up fuel. crowds of people are stocking up on food, water, and other supplies. officials are preparing around the clock for the back-to-back storms. emergency management officials
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are also concerned about the foot of rainfall expected to come down on the big island by friday. that could cause power outages, landsli landslides, and even a flash flood. all of that before the second storm, julio, is expected to hit on sunday. norah? >> bigad, thank you. a level 1 alert is in place for the cdc. the government will now devote more resources to curb the spread of the epidemic. at least 932 people have died from the virus. that's out of more than 1,700 reported cases. >> former first lady laura bush says she belongs to a sorority. she's talking about all the first ladies of the dozens of them met on wednesday. major garrett is at the white house where it just ended. >> reporter: then senator barack obama parades bush's focus on
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africa. his added economic development to bush's billion-dollar focus on aides. it was genuine and is clear yesterday to michelle obama and laura bush. michelle obama and laura bush shared the stage with moderator cookie roberts and talked about the hard knocks of criticism. >> some people are shy and never want the limelight. others are much more outgoing and may be a bit more aggressive and may be able to stand the heat. first spouses, we don't choose this position. we just happen to be in it. >> we're elected by one man. >> right. >> and you can't be fired. >> you certainly hope not. >> i guess we'll see. >> laura bush said she watched the first president bush and barbara endure political ridicule and knew what to expect. >> that doesn't make it any less hurtful, but on the other hand,
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i think anyone who's in a leadership position of any sort knows that you're going be criticized and target, really, for our criticism. >> that's absolutely true and that's really the role of leadership, you know. it's not about amazing power. amassing power. it's about taking hits and continues to do the work. >> reporter: both ladies talked about the fleeting time on stage even in a two-term presidency. >> we can't waste this spos lite. it's temporary and life is short and change is needed and women are smarter than men. >> reporter: even with 51 african delegates in washington there's been little mention of the whereabouts or fate of the nearly 300 school girls captured by the group boco haram. she called on american teams
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including her daughters to avoid silly social media cliches. >> i told them i want them to use instagram to take pictures of something really important rather than food but young people can be a support to us. you know, i mean no one really cares what you had for lunch. >> reporter: the summit produced everything from electricity, peacekeeping to public help. on the last score, particular evidence will be given to fighting aids. >> the first lady made such good points. >> both first ladies. >> yeah, right. >> it wasn't all business at the african summit. i don't know if you saw the video of mrs. obama dancing. listen to this. ♪ >> everybody got up and did some
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dancing there. i think afterward she jumped back on stage and said, okay, i've gotten my workout for the day. >> you can tell she really likes dancing. i heard she's a big fan of the dance, dance revolution, that game. >> i'd to love be a fly on the wall when they're having dinner. that's a fun dinner table, i think. i like laura bush, too, the fun comments she made. very nice. ahead, another part of white house history. this picture more than any has come to symbolize richard nixon's final days as president but the photographer says therere's ano
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"morning rounds" ideas don't grow on trees until now. a sports team is known as the orange. but jeff glor shows how a professor created a way to put dozens of fruits all on one tree. >> fascinating stuff. he set out to save something very old. ancient varieties of stone fruit from as far as way as syria, england, and china. what he developed is something entirely new. his nursery is a workshop, laboratory, and easel all at
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work into one. here he's with his masterpiece. it's getting attention worldwide it's very flattering, very amazing. there'll be a variety of blossoms. >> reporter: he broke out a farm in pennsylvania. a few years ago he learned about a 125-year-old station that preserved fruit. he set out to find a permanent home for varieties that trace back thousands of years. >> when i started it was a matter of essentially collapse an entire orchard onto one treatment. >> that's what this tree is, an enentire orchard in one. this is the first of the european plums.
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that's an early lacks ton. it's from england, 17, 18th century. >> i feel historic. >> reporter: growing multiple stone fruit like peaches and plums is near impossible. what he does is graft. >> so to start the tree, you make the cut. you can see i cut it so these two pieces line up. in essence of tricking a tree to adopt a new limb or in his case, dozens of them. the tree has been growing for nine years. 14 are installed around the country like this one. alive and edible he says his project has downtown beyond expectation. >> perfect. there's a pastor in norfolk, virginia, that did aer isman and a big part of thor isman was
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using the tree as a symbol and to me it was amazing it reaches that far. >> it's definitely biblical. >> oh, definitely. i look the tree of life. it's the sfining of a story it's pretty fascinating food for thought. i saw a website that said the tree of 40 free throw will end world hunger. no it won't. not at all. what it can do, i'd like to see it can lead to that type of thinking. >> new things are possible. >> always. yeah. >> really fascinating. >> i have a very small sampling for you guys, some of what will blossomed here. >> that's a plum? can i have that purple one? >> you can switch it offer. >> the bigger one.
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>> i like that better. >> it's stone fruit. >> they're all stone fruit. he made very interesting points. some are better, that's right. he talked to somebody from california who spent $10,000 to take some plums out from california. now, if you can teach somebody to do that in your backyard, here or somewhere else, you save money and help everybody else out, right? >> long does it take for grafting? >> the tree 19 years old p grafting is typically i a two or three year process. >> he's a great stone. >> yes. coming up, a o''s family fwirns up tells of thousands and
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way. once again a ceo is the focus of the debate, but as john blackstone reports, the person making life-changing decision this time is a man. >> reporter: so what do you do when you finally land your dream job, if you're silicon valley ceo matt sheerson, you quit. in a blog post, why i am leaving the best job i ever had," he annoyanced the debar tur of his firm. the reason, to spend more time with his wife and three children. he writes as a male ceo i've about been asked what kind of car i like or music i like. never have i been asked about balance between ceo and family. men don't usually speak about the con flicking mans of home and work life. >> he did what a lot of people are thinking about.
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that is makes a choice to change his career that fits better with his life as a whole. >> his post adds a different perspective in corporate america. in 2012 princeton's professor ignited the discussion after she wrote an art cal where she wrote why women can't have it ought. she wrote the minute i found myself, working long hours on someone elise schedule, could no longer be the professional and parent i wanted to be. and when asked last month to share her thoughts on whether women could have it all, she responded -- >> the biological clock and the career clock are in total conflict with each other. it's crude. we cannot have it all. >> reporter: sheerson's post is
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a high example of the female "men have it all." >> they want a spouse who's fully engaged. >> reporter: he wrote this about his wife, a professor and doctor at stanford. i'm forever in her debt for finding roy way to keep my family. i shall not abuse that. >> reporter: a number likely to keep sparking conversations about the changing role of fatherhood. for "cbs this morning," john blackstone, san francisco. >> that's a fascinating story. >> it will be interesting to see if other men follow suit. >> he gets asked what kind of car he likes, what kind of phone he likes. he never gets asked
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good morning, i'm ukee washington. search for a man wanted in death of his wife and kidnapping of their two boys is now over. upper darby township police tell us keith bell a general as was found dead in staten island new york as he was focus of an intense manhunt following murder on have his wife in drexel hill this morning. belajonas kidnaped couples two young sons and fled to new york where he was also accused of robbing a cvs store. continued updates throughout the morning. let get your forecast with katie, good morning. >> good morning, a nice day is underway here in the delaware valley. high pressure regain control and will keep control for next few days and bring us beautiful weather. quiet view here on storm scan three no storms to track initially here and had does bode well if you have beach plans, scheduled just keep in
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mind that rip current risk is still elevated at a maryland rate level so always swim near life guards but quiet and beautiful view out of beach patrol headquarters in margate city. seven day forecast keeps us in the mid 80's, wall to wall sunshine a carbon copy forecast, by saturday shot for a shower especially north though we will keep the sun and on sunday still a few clouds out there, bob. 8:26. still delays 95 northbound here up towards airport all because of an accident taken out left lane so we have these two right lanes opened and there is exit for airport interchange and then and accident in delaware along northbound lanes of i-95 at that route 202 construction zone, otherwise, delays south on i-95 through girard, schuylkill running slow between conshohocken and blue route north bound into route one. looking good on the bridges and mass transit in delays, back to you. next update 8:55. up next only on cbs this morning rarely seen interest
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i never, ever been on live television. i never, ever been on live television. >> are you excited? >> yeah. apparently i went down the super slide. when i went down, i was scared half to death. >> news anchor babies like this are breathing down my neck. at 5 years old he's already got the sincerity of edward r. murrow, the reassuring gaze of walter cronkite and more gravitas than steve doocy and he's already established the word "apparently" as his catch phrase. that's the source of repetition that makes the resolution like sean hannity. >> i walked literally, literally, literally behind me. >> apparently that 5-year-old could replace sean hannity literally. >> having a little fun at sean's
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expense. i loved how the little boy kept using the word "apparently" and using it correctly. that's chris licht's website. right now, see how dozens of couples are challenged to be honest with each other no matter what, and how you can become part of the experience too. also, four decades ago this week president nixon's reputation changed our nation's country. on cbs this morning the two key figures whose names you might not know. it's captured during the trnsitional power. that's ahead. right now it's time to squloi this morning's headlines from around the globe. the "washington post" looks at the almond craze. skplietsded 225%. we now eat more than 25 pound as year. they're a protein alternative
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for those cutting back on red meat. >> so they're good for you. >> yes. but they're high in calories. i've been told each between five and eight a day. >> okay. good luck with that. louisville's courier says woods will be aet the championship. he played nine holes wednesday and said he is ready to go. the baft leg to go is in louisville. on sunday he pulled out of the bridgestone invitational with back spasms. >> "the hollywood reporter" says george clooney and his fiancee may have obtained a wedding license in london. the notice says the wed willing take place in italy and when it does, george will not be sharing it with us and the media. private thing. >> reporter: and our partners say he's starting to act his grandfatherly age. the 77-year-old told 50,000 german alter serves this week to
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get off their smartphones and do something more product hiv. francis said time is a gift from god and it should be used for, quote, more fruitful actions. things like soap operas and the internet take away from what's really important. the 72-year-old sicker posted her first snapshot yesterday featuring his dog. she wrote, hello, inta zbram. isn't my samantha just precious? and katy perry may have a side job now offering baby-sitting services. remember the video we showed you the other day? it's a fussy babies who tears disappeared to katy perry's "dark horse." the baby started dancing to it. >> she's available for baby-sitting at $10 an hour and
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four oreos. it was just announced the morning the duke of cambridge will train to be an air fwlans pilot. he has plenty of experience in the sky. he finished his stint last year as a search and rescue pilot last year. he's expected to be on the job next spring. he'll respond to calls for heart attacks and accidents. >> that's interesting. 30 couples are asked to be honest about sex, money, power, and more. the results are sometimes uncomfortable, enlightening, and often emotional. >> oh, my gosh. >> oh, my gosh. >> can i skip this one. >> how do i take. >> how do you feel. >> what do you love. >> what do you hate. >> why do i end up with the sex questions. >> are you sure that's what the question says? >> do you want to talk with other people. >> i slept with other people. >> you second-guess me.
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>> i'm not doing anything wrong. >> get over it. >> i love you. >> >> i feel like you copped out of the question. >> that's a loaded one. >> and i'll do that as many times as i have to. >> the and is a collaborative relationship. he's a films director and nathan is a creative director. good morning to you. this was so much fun. i cringed, i laughed, and many parts you're touched. i'm going to start with you guys. what are you looking for in a soul mate? a soul mate or friend with benefits wrchl do you prefer to have sex in in a bed, a bathroom, or a bar. those are questions you've asked us to engage with if you go on this website. so what were you trying to do here? >> basically i wanted to get couples of all shapes and sizes in an intean intimate stage.
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hopefully by seeing different relationships, you can then ask what kind of relationship is i in? >> i was playing that game with my imaginary boyfriend, how i would answer and what i expect him to answer but it really does get you thinking. >> it works for different people, it works for couples. i think the cool thing about all the questions although they feel uncomfortable, everybody has an answer. ultimately as soon as you hear it, you know exactly what your answer is. we just rarely have the opportunity to actually put those things out there, particularly in an intimate relationship. >> speaking of uncomfortable one of the things that comes up is infidelity. >> what would you do if i cheated on you. you can't say kill me. >> i think i'd break up for you. >> i'd break up with you. >> is it's motional? >> i guess is if you cheat in my mind is if you cheat and don't
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tell me. in a way theres no cheat. there's a conversation. >> i guess i don't put much stock in the physical cheating. >> was it difficult to get people to be so honest? >> i thought it would be initially. but, no, because, a, you know, as a director you create the environment. but once you're talking to your partner that you spend all this time with and there's already something at stake. once they start looking at you and they see when you're not answering the question, they push further. sometimes lit go a half hour. sometimes an hour and a half. we kind of disappeared. it became the couple's whole world. >> what's the purpose of all this? >> the purpose, i think, is to get people to find something in their relationship and break through. >> but is this an online audience you're looking to so people will -- >> absolutely. i think when you look at -- every couple is its own world. a couples therapist may have insight to it.
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otherwise you don't see the intimate moments. this way you ask how is my relationship. >> yes. i felt like i was eavesdropping on a conversation. when is the last time i disappointed you. do you thinkky improve my attractiveness. all of the questions make you think. >> this was surprising. you talk about love at first sight. >> when you think about the first time we met, what do you remember. >> oh, my gosh, he's so adore snoobl you were in a suit that did not fit you very well. >> so handsome. >> total magic. >> i thought you were gay. >> total opposites. >> it was epic. >> where did you get the couples from? >> we have an awesome producer and she just reached out and we kind of pretty much took anybody that would be willing to do it. >> were they paid? >> no. nobody was paid. >> where were the samples picked from? >> we took anybody. as long as any relationship, there was something to talk about.
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every relationship has a story. so we just let them go and everyone had that moment. there is something between every couple. >> and i think the important part is we didn't define them. we just defined them as couples. so the rules of the relationship was irrelevant. whether you're the viewer or using the interactive experience, we don't care how you find the relationship. >> what's the most poshts thing you learned? >> don't be afraid to ask the hard questions and doan be afraid to answer them. >> there was a fun request question. the question was to a 15-year-old girl, do you see yourself marrying me? she said, i'm only 15 years old. i don't know what i'm having for lunch tomorrow. >> why is it called and. >> whether it's you and him or you and him or her and her and him and him, it's the and. it's the thing that connected us. it's that single word. what we realized is looking at all these different types of
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people, everybody had this sort of commonality. you would look at people you read about in the paper and you'd be like there's no way i can ever get along with this person and they start talking about their love relationship and they say, wow, that is exactly how i feel. >> they can go online? >> >> thank you so much. ahead, woodward and bernstein and watergate. learn how
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tomorrow night marks 40 years since the turning point. nixon said he would resign the next day. we would learn about those fateful last days. ben tracy talked with the two men who captured those moments. it's a story you'll see only on "cbs this morning." >> to leave office before my term is completed is abhorrent to every instinct in my body. >> reporter: we heard what president nixon said when he announced his resignation. >> i shall resign by noon tomorrow. >> reporter: but we did not know
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what he was thinking until now. >> i didn't want to admit i thought it would set a bad precedent. >> reporter: it was nearly ten years after he resigned. this week the nixon presidentia talking with his former boss. 36 hours is a very long time to sit and talk with someone. what surprised you most about his responses? >> i was surprised at how relaxed he was and how open he was, how emotional he was. with mixon, that's a finely calibrated thing. >> i'm sure we've done some things wrong in this administration. >> his wife pat nixon tried to convince him to stay in office even wheel she packed their belongi belongings. >> for three days she didn't sleep at all. packing 5 1/2 years of clothes
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and other mementos. >> reporter: the nixons gathered their family including daughters julie and trisha for a final shoot before leaving the white house. >> tears were in everybody's eyes am hef snapped that picture, julie couldn't hold in the tears any longer. she rushed over to me, threw her arms around me, and said, i love you so much, daddy. by that time, i couldn't say much either. >> they believed in him, they loved him, they knew what he wanted, which was to stay and fight and make his case. >> mr. nixon as he leaves the white house here to board the helicopter. >> in a moment that has now become iconic, the president boarded his helicopter on the white house's south lawn. >> this was the highest possible drama. >> reporter: pulitzer prize-winning photographer was
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covering the departure for "time" magazine. >> that's the shot. >> reporter: he said of all the photos he took that day, this image is the one most people remember but it's this one that he thinks this one is how nixon ally ft. >> the first frame, he at the white house. he knows it's the last time. it's a very bitter moment. that picture nailed it. a few minutes later jerold gerald r. ford becomes the president of the united states. >> what do you think is the most telling? >> his in the oval office, foot up on the desk but in the background, all the empty shelves. all of the nixon things had been taken out but none of the ford things were put in there.
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>> the first lady in curlers at the breakfast table and seeing her husband off to work before they moved into the white house. >> mrs. ford might as well be saying, honey, have a great day and pick up the dry cleaning on the way back. >> a bright moment in a very dark time. what lingers is the image of a forced smile and a former president who had lost everything. >> maybe in that moment he felt like it was a campaign stop but it was the last stop in his presidency. >> i hope no other president ever resigned under any circumstances. >> for "cbs this morning," ben tracy, los angeles. >> just amazing. given it's 40 years we're still learning more and more. >> that's exactly what i was thinking. history is so exciting. >> having him guide guide us through the pictures is also interesting. empty shelves. i never noticed empty shelvesre >> i traveled with david. afgha right after 9/11. that man has lots of history
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from his camera. beautiful stuff. great piece. thank you so much. we saw the amazing images from knicks p. up next, the wild battle over who own this photos. look at this guy. >> it's a selfie. >> a monkey selfie. we'll show you more on "cbs this morning."
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believe it or not, this photo is actually a selfie. he hijacked a camera and took hundreds of photos of parentally himself. but the smiling selfie, is the center of a copy right battle. the book behind. what the media think the monkey should own the copyright. >> i know that guy.
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good morning i'm erika von tiehl. the search for a man wanted in the death of his wife and kidnapping of their two boys is now over. up are darby township police tell thaws keith belajonas was found dead in stat on island new york he was focus of an intense manhunt following murder on have is wife in drexel hill this morning. police say that belajonas kidnaped couples two young sons and fled to new york where he is accused of robbing a cvs. once again manhunt is over. >> lets get traffic and weather together and start off with katie, good morning. >> good morning, a nice day coming our way. we will wrap up the rest of this workweek with some beautiful weather, all courtesy of high pressure gaining control and storm scan three as a result totally empty nothing more than a few clouds which are out to sea. we have bright blue skies, comfortable outside and later this afternoon it will stay nice and warm. so warm yes, oppressive
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absolutely not with that comfortable humidity. tonight is good excuse to leave air conditioning off if you so desire. it will be good sleeping weather to leave that window opened and next couple days while we are starting to see our next system at least creep closer on saturday we will be opt in mystic get for sunshine but can't rule out a shower we will let you know as that evolves and better shot for widespread wet weather in to next week, bob. >> 8:56. jammed solid on the schuylkill expressway and an accident westbound, right at the conshohocken interchange here, where we are looking at four or five vehicles all tied up, the left lane, is also a fuel spill in there as well, but as you can see here rough interchange to begin with they are bum per to bumper from the boulevard all the way out to 476, your best bet conshohocken state road or blue route and trying to get out towards conshohocken. accident in north jersey north on 295 at route 206, and crash in harleysville main street and old sumanytown pike erika back to you.
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that is "eyewitness news" for now talk philly coming your way at noon on cbs-3. i'm erika von tiehl have a good morning. and for many, it's a struggle to keep your a1c down. so imagine, what if there was a new class of medicine that works differently to lower blood sugar?
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imagine, loving your numbers. introducing once-daily invokana®. it's the first of a new kind of prescription medicine that's used along with diet and exercise to lower blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes. invokana® is a once-daily pill that works around the clock to help lower a1c. here's how: the kidneys allow sugar to be absorbed back into the body. invokana® reduces the amount of sugar allowed back in, and sends some sugar out through the process of urination. and while it's not for weight loss, it may help you lose some weight. invokana® can cause important side effects, including dehydration, which may cause some people to have loss of body water and salt. this may also cause you to feel dizzy, faint, lightheaded, or weak especially when you stand up. other side effects may include kidney problems, genital yeast infections, urinary tract infections, changes in urination, high potassium in the blood, or increases in cholesterol.
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do not take invokana® if you have severe kidney problems or are on dialysis or if allergic to invokana® or its ingredients. symptoms of allergic reaction may include rash, swelling, difficulty breathing or swallowing. if you experience any of these symptoms, stop taking invokana® and call your doctor right away or go to the nearest hospital. tell your doctor about any medical conditions, medications you are taking, and if you have kidney or liver problems. using invokana® with a sulfonylurea or insulin may increase risk of low blood sugar. it's time. lower your blood sugar with invokana®. imagine loving your numbers. ask your doctor about invokana®. >> announcer: each one of these people has misably --
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misrably failed a diet. until now. >> these people have lost a total of 2500 pounds. >> transformations you have to see to believe. >> i don't believe it, you like like different people, i swear. >> amazing stories that sparked a change. >> is it true you didn't leave the house for 10 years? >> yeah. didn't least house. i was so afraid. >> people look at you now and say wow . >> you can add to the massive weight-loss total. >> i will put you on a simple, ebenjoyable, workable plan. >> 2500 pounds and we are just getting started. >> living proof it's never too late to make a change. >> announcer: on the doctors! ♪ doctor, doctor gimme the news ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> hey, everyone! we have