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little later for morning news and "cbs this morning." from the broadcast . it's tuesday, november 10th, 2015. this is the "cbs morning news." republicans are ready to face off once again him the gop presidential candidates are taking swipes at one another ahead of tonight's debate while donald trump weighs in on the starbucks christmas controversy. severe storms are in the forecast for tens of millions of americans. dangerous weather conditions are brewing from the pacific to the mid-west. demanding change and getting results. students forced the resignation of the university of missouri's president following an outcry over the administration's response to complaints about
racism. and an attack on a police officer is caught on his body camera. a woman is seen plowing her vehicle into the officer's car. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york city. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. the fourth republican presidential debate will be held in milwaukee tonight. the questions are expected to focus on the general health of the nation's economy and some international affairs. in a new national poll of likely republican voters, ben carson and donald trump are running neck and neck. meanwhile, as don champion reports, trump is causing a stir with his comments about starbucks coffee cups. >> maybe we should boycott starbucks. i don't know. seriously. >> reporter: on the eve of the fourth republican debate, donald trump sought to win over christian eadvantage gel cals in
illinois angry over a decision by starbucks to replace its christmas themed cups with what the company calls a simple red design. >> if i become president, we will be saying merry christmas again, that i can tell you. >> reporter: the polls show the billionaire candidate in a statistic am dead heat with ben carson in south carolina, despite looming questions over carson's personal story. in an appearance monday on fox news the former neurosurgeon fired back against the media for vetting claims he had anger issues as a child. >> i would much rather lose an election than to lie. >> reporter: carson and marco rubio are getting a boost from a new poll. unlike trump that found the more republicans hear about candidates, they like them. >> in this election, we are not choosing the election, we are choosing the identity of the 21st century. >> reporter: tonight's bebait will be held in scott walker's back yard. he appeared behind rubio and jeb
bush at separate events monday but yet to endorse a candidate women candidate, chris christie and mike muck a bee will be missing from the main stage tonight. they have been moved to the undercard debate because of their low polling. the three democratic contenders are preparing for their next debate if iwest virginia it will air right here on cbs. marie. >> don champion in new york. thank you, don. we will have more scrutiny to the carson campaign. the severe weather threat that stretches from the mid-tweet ohio. it can gen rate high winds and possible tornadoes. when we return current storm is over northern california. our meteorologist of kttv says the worst of it should hit tomorrow. >> reporter: it's thanks to this very strong upper level low, sitting over northern california right now. by wednesday, that will be positioned over nebraska and
that will set the stage for strong-to-severe storms throughout the day on wednesday. enhanced rick in this area shatded in orange. a slight risk in yellow, in all, 33 million people are in the risk zone wednesday, large hail, damaging winds, even a few tornadoe tornadoes. >> well, as the president of the university of missouri was announcing his resignation, he called complaints about racial tensions at the school clear and real. this follows months of pro at the time -- protests. >> reporter: i am a revolutionary. >> students at the university of missouri demanded action and got it monday when president tim wolf stepped down. >> it is my belief we stopped listening to each other. we didn't respond or react we
got frustrated with each other. >> they say he fales to address predominantly white campus. >> we used our platform to change something. >> reporter: the movement gained momentum when missouri's football team threatened to boycott the game this saturday. >> i kept asking them, is it the right thing to, do should you wait so on and sa forth? i asked men and they were crying. i they asked if i would support them, i said i would. >> reporter: this semester students said wolf did not take action when a swastika painted in fecies was discovered in a dorm and after reports of racial slurs. students set up this tent city by the administration building. graduate student jonathan butler went on a week long hunger strike. >> it should not have taken this long. it is disgusting and vial we find ourselves in the place the we do. >> missouri's governor says
wolf's resignation was a fess step towards healing and reconciliation. adriana diaz, cbs news, columbia, missouri. >> lasted night the president of yale university met with students. hundreds of students marched in protest. there have been several racially charged incidents at yale, including allegations a fraternity turned a woman away from a party because of the color of her skin. president obama says the u.s. is taking very seriously the shooting deaths of two american contractors in jordan. a jordanian police officer opened fire at a u.s. funded training facility outside ayman yesterday morning, including the american, at least five people were killed. a u.s. official tells "cbs news" the gunman was a disgruntled trainer who had recently been fired. in egypt, "cbs news" has learned investigators looking into the crash of that russian airliner are focusing on the sinai branch of isis. the leading theory is that a
bomb brought down the jet, killing 224 people. late yesterday, the british foreign secretary said the crash was more likely than not caused by a bomb planted on a plane by an isis related operative. operations at miami international airport are back to normal this morning following a security scare that disrupted travel last night. police evacuated passengers from planes after a suspicious package was found in one of the terminals. parts of the terminal were closed. passengers moved outside and 50 flights were delayed. >> i'm just seeing different police officers, like the feds. they get out here. they walk with m kens, assault rifles, it's kind of scary. >> the suspicious carry-on bag posed a threat at all. someone aimed a green laser towards united airlines flight 681. the pilot reported seek it about
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>> hmm. on the cbs "money watch" where you can get a head start and stores in the west set to reopen. jill wagger? at the stock exchange with that and more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, washington state officials say they cannot find the source to have an e. coli outbreak. 43 chipotles in washington, oregon, were shut down. those restaurants are expected to reopen as early as tomorrow. they must replace all produce and pass local health inspection. about 400 people in the northwest came down with ecolely looink linked to chip ought by. they sent stocks on wall street lower the dow lost 179 points, flipping back into negative territory for the year t. s&p lost when the. the nasdaq fell 51. comcast set to reset nearly 200,000 passwords after a security breach last weekend, customer information for nearly
600,000 accounts was offered for sale on a dark web marketplace. most of the accounts were inactive. it is unclear where the breach org nail nated. comcast says none of its systems or apps were compromised. a $100,000 emissions rigging scandal. so far, there is no fix for the issue. $500 visa gift card can be used and the voucher can be used at vw dealerships. retail giant target is setting once again, you want to work off that big thanksgiving meal with target. target is opening for business at 6:00 p.m. thanksgiving day and opening thanksgiving evening and staying opened plaque friday has become a retail trend, shoppers will get a 20% discount they can use between december 4th and the 13th. anne-marie. >> i'll leave it to those people i usually want to lay around for
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>> one person is dead after a police shooting at spartans burg meth zis college. a person responding to a car break-in was hit by the officer's vehicle. the officer fired killing one person inside. police in sand springs, oklahoma, are releasing dramatic video of the moments before an officer fires on a vehicle our tulsa affiliate shows us the confrontation on body camera. >> with seconds to spare, the officer was able to fire off this alive with just bruises. >> my explanation is he was under the protection of god. she should have been dead.
>> they released a woman they say was in a stolen car and refused to stop for officers friday afternoon. one video shows officers trying to stop her as she went through a parking lot. she runs off the road and into a ditch. >> do not move! >> reporter: the second video shows what happened when they tried to get her out of the suv. she continues to ignore the officer's commands while yelling expletives. police ended up taising her. ♪ jesus loves me, this i know ♪ for the bible tells me so >> several things i want you to notice about the video. one is the sound of the suspect's vehicle. >> that wasn't the sound of braking. that was the sound of an act sell rater. >> reporter: chief mike carter
says some have criticized his department firing shots so close at an elementary school and at a woman that wasn't armed. he says, she still had a weapon. >> if anybody doesn't think that person isn't arnlgsd looking at our officers, you into need to recalculate. this is a 4,000 plus automobile. it can kill the officer or another human being. >> that was kotv reporting. the 41-year-old faces a list of charges, including assault with aed thely weapon on a police officer and dui. still to come, a shocking arrest. police are caught on video using a taser stun gun on a university of alabama student. ng...sniffli. and wishing you could stay in bed all day. when your cold is this bad... ...you need new theraflu expressmax. theraflu expressmax combines... maximum strength medicines available without a prescription...
. get him, get him. don't stop him. >> the video posted to social media shows tuscaloosa police using a stun gun to break up a university of alabama party early sunday. three of those officers are suspended this morning. tuscaloosa police chief says that he's deeply disturbed by the video. the officers were responding to a noise complaint. now, a big announcement by seaworld about its killer wales show, and a setback for president obama's immigration plan. those are some of the headlines on the morning news stand. the washington post reports on a ruling against president obama's plan to protect millions of illegal immigrants from deportation. a federal appeals court in new orleans ruled to uphold the lower court ruling blocking the initiative. 26 states challenged the plan in court a. final show down at the supreme court is likely. the new orleans advocate reports on newly revealed civil suits
against twoosiss accused of murdering a 6-year-old boy. they allegedly used excessivive force in a 2013 arrest. jeremy mardis was shot inside his father's car last week. the officers are behind jail on theatrical wale shows. shows featuring tricks will be replaced by a more natural experience, showing the wales acting naturally. activists say they want seaworld to stop holding wales in captivity altogetherments the washington post says jeb bush once received an e-mail asking if he would kill adolph hitler as a baby if he could travel back in time. >> no, look, you got to step up. >> but the republican presidential candidate warns
that as the movies have taught us, going back in time to change the future could have disastrous effects on the present. and the new york daily news reports the world anti-doping agency alleges russia covered up deeping by athletes and recommends suspending russia. the agency claims russia's best track and field atmosphere looets, coaches and others took part in a state sponsored toping program for years. russia says the claims are unfounded. a strong finish for the chicago bears on monday night football after falling behind san diego 13-0 to start the game t. bears rally late. quarterback jay cutler leads chicago to 15 points in the fourth quarter, giving the bears a 32 to 19 win. it is the sixth straight loss for the chargers. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," super model giselle bun chen, i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news."
no more merry christmas on starbucks. no more. i wouldn't buy, heying look, i'm speaking against myself. i have one of the most successful starbucks in trump tower. maybe we should boycott starbucks? i don't know. seriously. i don't care. by the way, that's the end of that lease, but who cares? >> donald trump weighing in on the second on the starbucks cup controversy, rather. the coffee chain is under fire for removing all of the holiday images from its signature red cups the year, despite the outcry, starbucks is still selling what it calls christmas blend coffee. a mall in south carolina is decking the halls the old faxed way with its santa claus display. it decided to replace the
original display over the weekend after vocal practice tests. alex giles reports. ♪ >> reporter: it only lasted a couple of days before the heat from customers caused change. >> it was the last display they had up there. you i don't know e don't know what you were walking to. some people thought it was frozen, super man's home. >> it was none of the above at southpark mall. it was a new glacier exhibit for christmas. sunday, we found that structure was melting. it was disassembled piece by beast piece by local workers. >> i don't think it was global warming. i think it was the 26,000 petitions. >> they were asking for the christmas tree shoppers have seen for years. it has more than 25,000 supporters. his kids wrote this parody song
hoping it would help their efforts. >> there are some things you don't mess with. >> that would be one. >> reporter: saturday the mall announced they would be adding the tree. sunday the glacier got the boot the mall releasing this statement saying they made the decision after listening to customer feedback. >> i'm glad they put it back up. i'm really excited. >> i think it says a lot about a lot of things what this time is about. what it means to people. what tradition means. >> that was a wbtv reporting. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on changes at seaworld, with i is ending its killer wale show. charlie talked with super model giselle bundchen. >> are you the best because of the look you had? >> not at all. i don't think so, not at all. >> is it because what? >> i think because of my personality. >> and we'll take you to the iconic space needle where tourists are getting a new view. that's all ahead on "cbs this
this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". good morning, we are tracking rain today. more on just how much we're expecting, and whether it will affect both your commutes today. also, fast-food workers all across the country are expected to strike. they're demanding higher wages, more on the protests planned in our area. >> and another republican presidential debate takes place tonight. but, new jersey governor, chris christie, won't be on the main stage. how he feels about taking part in the so-called under card debate. good morning, it is tuesday, november 10th, i'm erika von tiehl. check on the rain, and the wet roads with meisha and justin, good morning. >> good morning, erika, yes, every camera i look at it is wet out there, indeed, slow you down bit this morning, absolutely, that's what i'm here for. justin you can let