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-- captions by vitac -- captioning funded by cbs it's monday, february 13th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." breaking overnight, california officials urge more than 180,000 people to evacuate as water from damaged dam could creep closer to their homes. this morning a break in flow could be good news for investors. ♪ so hello from the other side ♪ and, hello, adele. it was a big night for the brits sweeping the biggest category
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but leaving love. >> you released my soul. i adore you and i want you to be my mommy, all right? good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at headquarters here in new york. i'm anne-marie green. well, nearly 180,000 people in california have been told to evacuate because the tallest dam is capable of failing. residents in eight area towns were ordered to evacuate sunday afternoon when the spillway erosion was spotted. worst case, if the spillway collapsed, a 30-foot wall of water would spill onto the towns below. lake orville is one of california's largest manmade lakes. officials are releasing water. the water is no longer spilling
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over the top of the spillway and they're using helicopters to block holes. >> i just got a text message and alert that says get out as fast as we can. we packed up our dogs and lifted up our couches. >> it was the tough call to make and the right call to make to protect the public. >> overnight officials used helicopters to inspect the damage. the governor has put the entire national guard on alert to be ready to deploy. ahead on "cbs this morning," john blackstone will have the latest on the damaged dam and mass evacuations from orville. it was adele's night from the grammys. she walked away with all five awards she was nominated for including song, record, and album of the year. chris martinez joins us from the staples center. good morning. >> reporter: good morning,
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anne-marie. no two ways about it. this was adeles night, winning all five grammys. she said onstage and backstage she thought one of the night's biggest awards should have gone to beyonce. >> hi, everyone. hi, hi, hi. >> reporter: a huge night for adele at the 59th grammy awards nearly left her speakless after winning best song, best album 25. while on stage she honored beyonce who was competing against her for the top awards. >> the lemonade album was so monument monumental, beyonce, so monumental and so well out and so beautiful and so soul bearing and we got to see another side of you you don't let us see.
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>> earlier a pregnant beyonce performed a medley of two songs from her album "lemonade." artists also paid attention to some legends who passed away last year. adele honored george michael with a new arrangement of his song "fast love." she asked to reform it. and bruno mars played prince's song "let's go crazy." this isn't just a big night for adele. it's a history hch making night. she becomes first artist in grammy history to win top three honors twice. she also won best song, best record, and best album back in 2012. anne-marie, ban to you. >> certainly well earned.
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it was adele's night for sure, but many performers took on a political tone. in a speech beyonce championed for children of every race against the backdrop of the u.s. constitution katy perry ended her performance with explanation "no hate." and they ended their medley with their fists held high. on to politics now this morning the trump administration is dealing with a southeast of security national issues including the future of national security adviser michael flynn. cbs news has learned that mr. flynn's job is in jeopardy. at issue the conversations he had with an ambassador in russia. good morning, anne-marie. president trump will meet with prime minister justin trudeau at the white house today. cbs news has learned following numerous clashes and controversies president trump's
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national security adviser is struggling to get past the controversy over his contacts with russian officials. multiple sources tell cbs news the tee par tur of trump's national security adviser michael flynn is not a matter of with but when. the development comes after flynn reportedly misled senior administration officials about his discussions over russian sanctions. it took place shortly before the president took office. >> asked and answered, chuck. it's not for me to tell you what's in the president's mind. >> the controversy is said to have deeply soured his relationship with mike pence who defended him in an interview last month. >> they did not discuss anything having to do with the united states' decision to expel diplomats or impose a censure against russia. >> some democrats are calling
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for a resignation. >> did the president instruct general flynn to talk to the academy bass door. >> the administration is also dealing with its first test with north korea after the country conducted a missile test in the sea. it happened as president trump was sitting down to dinner with prime minister shinzo abe. >> it stands behind japan 100%. >> later they will hold an emergency meeting at the u.n. today to weigh their response. and earlier today north korea declared the missile test a resounding success, claiming the missile is capable of carrying a nuclear warhead. officials are saying it did not pose a threat. no rest for the snow-weary
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just days after the biggest snowstorm of the season the northeast is getting blasted with another big whopper. winter storm warnings from new york to maine. more blizzard conditions are possible. boston could see another 11 inch of snow. schools across the region are canceled. meteorologist eric fisher of our boston station wbz says the storm is hitting new england hard. >> this monday morning our nor'easter continues to batter maine. in the afternoon the storm will begin to pull out to sea. it's going to look like a snowicain by the end of the afternoon. these are gusts this morning from parts of the shoreline down to the mid-atlantic. the strong winds will persist throughout the day especially the areas that are dealt with. meanwhile watching a storm system move out of the four corners into texas the next
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couple of days, this one a wintry storm across new mexico, across the higher elevations. also swan juans and southwest parts of colorado. other stories we're watching today, it's cooler. 80s in virginia yesterday. still fairly comfortable by winter stan darlds and not a lot of deep cold across the south. we'll be watching a warming trend in particular across the midwest. i'm eric fisher for cbs news. make it a great week. united airlinesing is making a disturbing discovery over the weekend. the captain showed up late wearing civilian clothes. she schenn got on the plane and started talking politics and her recent divorce. >> she started off by saying she had not voted for trump or clinton because they're a bunch of liars. it sort of really went downhill
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from there and didn't make a lot of sense to any of us. >> about 20 passengers left the plane saying they did not feel safe. the pilot was removed and replaced with a different pilot. well, coming up on the "morning news" now, hollywood steps up. we will show you the big winners from britain's top movie awards. and live from new york, sean spicer makes an appearance with a product plug. >> it's elegant and at $39.99 it's unbelievably affordable. delicious fun for everyone. hershey's miniatures are mine, yours, our chocolate. yours, see me. see me. don't stare at me. see me. see me. see me to know that psoriasis is just something that i have. i'm not contagious. see me to know that... ...i won't stop until i find what works. discover cosentyx,
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melissa mccar hi reprises her role as testy sean spicer and kate mckinnon made a cameo of jeff sessions. sessions is signaling a position on transgender bathroom and britain hands out top honors. t"the wall street journal" reports that jeff sessions will probably not fight for a transgender effort that president trump started. mr. obama said last may that transgender students have the right to use the bathroom of the sex to which they identify. "the new york times" reports the arrest of 600 immigration in one week. trump tweeted yesterday the crackdown on what he calls illegal criminals is the fulfillment of a campaign pledge. the state of north carolina
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said they might not seek the death penalty of the gunman against the church. the prosecutor has not accepted. britain guardian says the u.s. tenanis association. the soloist sang a verse of the german anthem that was dropped after world war ii. and "variety" reports more honors for "lala land" in the oscars. it was named best picture and won more awards including leading actress for emma stone. the musical is a favorite heading into the academy awarding on february 26th. still ahead, more merchandise trouble. home products from the trump
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stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. president trump and japan's prime minister met this weekend and seemed to soothe concerns over trade tensions and that's sending stocks in asia higher. wall street, meanwhile, ended the week at record heises. the dough finish two more u.s. retailers dropped the line of trump products. over the weekend sears and its subsidiary kmart said they were discontinuing 31 products of trump home items. sears seas it was part of a push to focus their online business on their more profitable items. last week nordstrom discontinued sales of ivanka trump clothing brand. verizon changed course and is offering an unlimited data plan. the new plan will be available starting today.
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you'll pay up to $180 a month for four lines and get as much taukt, text, and data but depending on traffic, it may be slowed. the lego batman move was a box winner. iter and $65 million in ticket sales. the r-rated "50 shades darker" opened in second followed by "john wick: chapter 2." and tomorrow on valentine's day there's a beautiful gift. a bot ofl wine that allows you to record a special message. when the person opens that bottle, the message plays. don't worry. if you don't get the message right the first time, you can rye record it. i remember my voice mail, i can
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only malk. >> that sounds like a great gift. jill wagner at the new york city. thank you so much, jill. still ahead, the genius of al jereau will member the smooth singer and his hits. when exposed to the same level of damaging heat, the difference is clear. the rose not treated with dove is dry and brittle. dove fortifies by nourishing deeply and stops 90% of daily hair damage before it happens. dove intensive repair.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. we want to acknowledge the passing this morning of a voice for the ages. seven-time grammy winner al jarreau. >> they took time to remember al jarreau. musician musicians and singers are remembering al jarreau. >> reporter: al jarreau died in a hospital in los angeles sunday. for nearly half a century he performed on stages around the
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country. in 2004 he stopped by the cbs earl show to debut his "accentuate the positive" album. row became a household name when he released his most popular single "we're in this love toektd" from his album "breaking away." the following year he won grammy for best male pop vocal list and also album of the year. the legendary jazz singer's unique vocal style helped him achieve six more grammys over the years. > jarreau also reported the song to the hit tv series "moonlighting." >> i learned a lot. i learned you're supposed to live inside music. you're supposed to be inside of
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it all the time no matter what it is you're doing. >> reporter: al jarreau was 76 years old. jamie yuccas, cbs news, new york. ahead on "cbs this morning," nba legend magic johnson. all day and night. have we seen them before? banish the burn with nexium 24hr. masthe lindor truffley smooth. ... from the lindt master chocolatiers. hard outer shell... smooth, luscious center. unwrap. unwind. with the lindor truffle. from the lindt master chocolatiers. got a minute? new aveeno®...r you. ...positively radiant® 60 second in shower facial. works with steam to reveal... ...glowing skin in just one minute. aveeno® naturally beautiful results® you knmegared omega-3s... but did you know your eyes, your brain, and your joints really love them too?
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learn more about our treatment options at appointments available now. our top story this morning, nearly 200,000 people have been forced to evacuate because an emergency spillway at the nation's tallest dam may fail. the dam is located about 150 miles northeast of san francisco. water is no longer spilling over the top of the spillway and officials are assessing the damage. and president trump meets with the canadian prime minister today. meanwhile cbs news has learned national security adviser michael flynn's job is in jeopardy. flynn allegedly spoke to the russian ambassador about obama administration sanctions before mr. trump was sworn in and didn't tell vice president pence conversations. flu season is reaching its peak. the virus is widespread in 43
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states and there are more than 38,000 confirmed cases so far. dr. jon lapook has more. >> reporter: with nearly a quarter of the school home sick with the flu school officials decided to park the buses and close the doors. >> we were dropping like flies. we had about 70 kids out. >> reporter: that's a first. >> got home friday night, sick all day saturday. >> reporter: missouri is one of 23 states with high activity this season and we've seen a total of 20 flu-related deaths in children. >> i'm sick. >> reporter: on long island, the pediatric meremergency room is over 24/7. >> people get very sick. it normally affects elderly people, children, and pregnant women. >> reporter: this doctor in new
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jersey says his emergency room has been busy, audrey began to have symptoms after ooh co-worker was diagnosed with the flu. >> i thought i was going to faint and i couldn't stay awaik. >> reporter: she tested negative for flu but says now she plans to get the vaccine. here in illinois there's been an uptick in the flu with 44 people admitted to the intensive care unit. this year's vaccine is a good match against this year's flu virus and 145 million doses have been shipped out. dr. jon lapook, cbs news, evanston, illinois. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning" we'll take you to the national zoo where bao bao is headed back to china, plus magic johnson joins us in the studio and a guide to the classic american dish. >> meatloaf, it's that dry hung of stuff slathered with ketchup,
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right? i'm mo rocca. coming up this morning on "cbs this morning" we learn what a beautiful thing meatloaf can be. mm. it's moist. >> that's it for the "cbs morning news" on this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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>> live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. well, it is a windy start to the work week this morning, this is a live look from the ben franklin parkway, we will telly which areas will be dealing with the wild wind and when it will move out. >> problem with a damn in california. >> residents are reacting after the discovery of flyers to the kkk. we'll tell you about the community where they found this over the weekend. today is monday, february 13, good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> philly landmark we all love is leaving, but first a check on the windy forecast with katie and the traffic is meisha. >>


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