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>> the san francisco giants lay claim to a baseball dynasty, winning their third world series in five years while leaving kansas city royals fans heartbroken. >> you know, you could hug me, you could shake my hand. there is no way they would give you ebola. >> quarantine controversy. the nurse who treated patients in west africa vows to obey an order to stay in her home. a lava flow crawling toward a neighborhood and is now 100 feet near a home. >> this is disastrous slow motion. it's been so unbelievably surreal. and they're hating it.
the backlash against mcdonald's new slogan that the fast food chain has. even officially launched yet. captioning funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, october 30th, 2014. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. madison bumgarner pitches the san francisco giants into another world series title, their third since 2010. the big giants' lefty dominated the kansas city royals as san francisco beat the royals 3-2 in a dramatic game seven. the giants' win set off a wild and sometimes out of control celebration in san francisco. at least two people were shot, but they're expected to survive. there have been a handful of arrests as well. we'll have much more on the game coming up later in the broadcast. but now we go to the ebola crisis. in maine this morning a defiant
nurse will end her quarantine even though they want her to stay put. all state police could do is watch and monitor her movements. they can't physically detain her because the judge hasn't signed an order granting the state request to do so. omar villafranca reports. >> you know, you could hug me, you could shake my hand. there is no way that i would give you ebola. >> reporter: kaci hickox says she will not remain quarantined in her main home to wait out a three-week incubation period for ebola. the nurse who recently returned from west africa says she has tested negative and has no symptoms of the disease. >> there are things that we know work and all aid workers are willing to do those things, but i'm not willing to stand here and let my civil rights be violated. >> reporter: but state officials say there is reason for concern. >> there are other cases where individuals have not tested positive, did not believe that they were symptomatic, and
quickly developed symptoms while they were out in the public. >> reporter: at the white house president obama thanked health care workers who treat ebola patients and spoke out against aggressive restrictions upon their return. >> they make huge sacrifices to protect this country that we love. when they come home, they deserve to be treated properly, like the heroes that they are. >> reporter: according to a cbs news poll, 80% say americans returning from west africa should be quarantined upon arrival. omar villafranca, cbs news. coming up this morning we'll talk with a yale grad yacht student who worked in liberia and is now quarantined in connecticut. the slow-moving lava flow has been traveling toward a small village for months.
about 50 homes are in its path. some residents in the town of pahoa have taken what they own and have evacuated. >> reporter: there's still a flurry of activity as both officials and residents finalize their plan and recognize the possibility they may have to evacuate overnight, certainly within the next 24 hour. that's because the puna lava flow is 50 yards from this main street that runs through their neighborhood. we're told there are 10 to 15 homes that are in the immediate downslope projected path. officials are keeps a very close eye on how quickly the flow is moving right now. they're saying it's going about 10 yards per hour, which is why those residents and their neighbors have been told they do have to be able to leave at a moment's notice. we spoke with those residents, they say they're packed and ready but they want to stay in place for as long as they safely
can. we were inside several of the homes earlier today as invited guests. you can see for yourself, all of their furnishing, most of their belongings are gone. however, some have hopes that they can leash their mattresses on the floor and get sleep but hopefully they want to spend as much space in this time as they cannot knowing when they'll be returning or what they'll be coming back home to. >> it's hard to explain. i don't know. i don't know what to say or how to feel. it's a trip. it's a big trip. the impact is going to be severe. there's bumper-to-bumper traffic because this is happening. >> reporter: there are some outbreaks officials are closely monitoring. they hope to meet back together downslope and they thunk that could widen the wide mar jen, otherwise they're recognizing the possibility of impact within the next 24 hours.
i'm mill le ka lincoln. investigators are trying to figure out why an unmanned commercial rocket exploded shortly after takeoff. they're taking a look at the 40-year-old russian engines. it blew up just 15 seconds into the flight. the disaster raises even more questions about nasa's reliance on private industry to keep the space station supplied. >> the goal was to lower the cost, make it a little less expensive to get the supplies up there. of course, you could argue that as part of that, the risk goes up a little bit. >> an unmanned rocket was successfully launched yesterday. well, coming up on the "morning news," a big weather cooldown bringing snow, and we'll show you what caused new jersey governor chris christie to unleash a rude tirade on a heckler. this is the "cbs morning news."
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tomorrow. meteorologist eric fisher of our boston station wbz has the details. >> the end of october, it looks like a cold board ler be coming in. it looks like it will kick in by the ejd o the day. by the time we end toward saturday afternoon/evening, that cold gets into the deep south and by sunday gets down into florida. much of the east is run 25g, 30 degrees below average. 42 in minneapolis. freezing mark in marquette and st. louis is staying in the middle 40s. by the time we get to saturdays, you're seeing the mid-60s down to orlando, maybe getting to 60 in panama city, 51 in charlotte. there's also some snow that's going to come along with this. mainly it's novelty snow after trick or treating in the ohio valley but more significant snow possible in the appalachians, especially in the higher
elevations. that's where we could see a half foot of snowfall and power outage concerns. a little too late for major impact on the northeast. perhaps it will be cold and windy. i'm meteorologist eric fisher for cbs newss. >> new jersey governor chris christie told off a heckler. he was making a speech and man with a sign interrupted him to criticize the pace of building in new jersey. that set off the governor. >> i'm glad you had your day to show off, but we're the ones who are here to actually do the work. so turn around, get your 15 minutes of fame, and then maybe take off your jacket, roll up your sleeves, and do something for the state. sit down and shut up. >> governor chris christie says everybody who's eligible for grants should get the money by next spring. straight ahead, the highlights from the dramatic
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bumgarner led the team to victory against the kansas city royals. >> i wasn't thinking about finishing the game or how many innings i was going to go. i can't lie to you anymore. i'm a little tired now. >> reporter: bumgarner pitched the final five innings on two days' rest. giving up two hits, he allowed one run in 36. his remarkable performance earned him the mvp award. this is the third world series win in five years for the giants. they're also the first team since 1979 to win the deciding game seven on the road. as the team celebrated in kansas city, giants fans in the bay area paved the streets in orange and black and erupted in applause at the park. for the kansas city royals fans, it was a season of surprises.
they made it to the world series for the first time in almost three decades. >> i don't think i've been as proud of anything in my life as i've been of this team. >> reporter: but in the end the giants were crowned champions. they'll celebrate with a victory parade in san francisco friday. adriana diaz, cbs news, kansas city. >> last night's game came down to the wire with two outs in the bottom of the ninth. a missed play in the outfield nearly ruined bumgarner's dominant performance. a hit by the royals' alex gordon was misplayed by greg or blanco. gordon made it all the way to third but he got the last time-out by breaking the hearts of the kansas city royals fans. the royals have not won the world series since 1985. this morning's "san francisco chronicle" says it all, reflecting how dominant the giants have been. the city will hold a victory parade for the giants tomorrow.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. on the cbs "moneywatch," the end of the line for the bond buying program, and the questionable ingredient inside a popular whiskey. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. good morning, anne-marie. the economy is better off. they announced the end of the economic stimulus plan put in place since the recession. the fed's bond holding has increased to more than $4 trillion. falling unemployment was the triger to end the program. the jobless rate was 8.1%.
it is now 5.9%. but it's not completely over. the fed said the short-term interest rate will stay near zero for a considerable period of time. here on wall street investors will be watching third quarter data and the unemployment for the last week. the dow lost 31 points wednesday. the s&p 500 was down 2. the nasdaq fell 15 points. the federal government is telling air bag maker takata to speed up making replacement parts. the national highway transportation safety administration sent a letter to the company who made the faulty air bags and told takata to do more testing, find the cause of the problem. a mobile pay service competing with apple pay suspends its activity. it's backed by walmart and other big retailers. it didn't give restrictions for members, accepting alternatives like apple pay. the company was also the target
of a hack attack. a small number of e-mail addresses were obtained in the breach but no other information was lost. many customers don't like the new mcdonald's slogan. "the wall street journal" reports in january the fast food chain will start using the slogan "lovin' beef hatton." the company's being swamped by online messages saying they hate the new slowgan. and fireball whiskey is being recalled in europe because of safety returns. they recalled the popular cinnamon flavored liquors because it involves ingredients used in antifreeze. it has high levels of fireball whiskeys says lit change its ingredient. eight men accused of running a major international gambling
ring in las vegas are challenging evidence in their case. video filmed through a lapel camera carried by an undercover agent shows him tricking his way into a villa at caesar's palace. he posed as an internet repairman. he disassembled the internet to get a call for help. that might be unconstitutional. >> it would be the same thing as turning off the power or water and then saying, oh, you invited me in. the key thing here was consent and there wasn't consent here. >> prosecutors say they're aware of the allegations but are not commenting on the case. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," jon cryer of "two and a half men." i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news."
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there are fewer than 1,600 pandas. what we're looking at was the sistine chapel. but at this point there are 1,600 fewer pandas. they're going make them stronger, a little bit better. they're getting help in china. cbs con contributor shows us how pandas raised in captivity are being released into the wild. >> for most of the world, breeding pandas in captivity is the real challenge. but it turns out these guys here in china have really cracked that code. it's not how to get them to read
that's the hard part. the hard part is how do you get them to go back into the wild because when they're like this, it's hard to comprehend this is a wild animal. >> reporter: john hunan nicknamed papa they know how to pick the best bamboo and learn how to climb. >> they really show that. >> they learn thad one day. >> the next step is a larger wilder setting and it comes with a dress code. no human contact with these pandas and no human odor. >> smells like panda. >> you put some urine and feces on here. >> you put panda urine and feces
on the coat. >> yeah. >> i think they got carried away with this one. >> drawning them to live in the wild takes about two years. it's up to him to decide when a panda is ready. >> there she goes. first step into the wild. she's the first female trained to go into the wild. i'm so pleased, so happy today. >> really? you know, i've been studying conservation all my life and i honestly never thought i would be a hand going into the wild. >> so glad. >> if all goes as plan, the mother along with her cubs are going to be released next month. for cbs news in province. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," carter evans will be live in hawaii for an update on the lava
threatening dozens of homes, plus race relations in tamerica. we'll hear from frank luntz. and we catch up with jon cryer of the hit show two and a half man. that's the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
today is thursday, october 30th i'm ukee washington. i'm erika avon tiehl. here are stories we are following today, we will chase through the treats of philadelphia after a police officer is hit by a car. we will tell you why that suspect was so desperate to get away. we have a live report from pea please headquarters straight a ahead. clock is ticking on a deal. we will have negotiating and how soon a strike could happen if there is no agreement. celebration celebrations in san francisco takes an ugly turn after the giant are crown world series champions, yet again. >> three out of five years. >> a all that and more coming up, lets tal