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>> there is going to be a parade on broad street. captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is monday, february 5th, 2018. welcome to "cbs this morning." philadelphia is flying high after the eagles win their first ever super bowl. thousands of fans flood the city center to celebrate a historic victory. we'll talk with the eagle who caught the game-winning pass. a switch is being blamed for sending an amtrak train onto the wrong track where it slammed into a freight train. two are dead and 116 are injured. we're at the scene of the third amtrak accident in less than two months. even silicon valley now believes too many of us are addicted to technology. in their first television
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interview, the founders of the new campaign about truth about tech talk about how they plan to get more people to disconnect. scientists find a mother lode of mayan architect that hassanle been seen for centuries. but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> brady under pressure, launching one toward the end zone, and it's gone and time runs out. >> fly, eagles, fly. >> the philadelphia eagles are super bowl champions. eagles fans everywhere, this is for you! let the celebration begin! eagle fans swamped the streets last night. >> philadelphia celebrations going haywire. >> in cayce, south carolina, a passenger train believed to be on the wrong track plowed into a
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freight train killing at least two people. >> it was horrific. >> the fbi failed to follow up on reports that larry nassar was abusing women. >> the gop on the russia issue continues to make waves. >> there is a bit of sweet revenge. >> slick roads in missouri caused a multiple-vehicle pileup on the highway that immediately shut it down. justin timberlake paid tribute to minnesota native, prince. >> -- and all that matters. >> for many people the super bowl was about -- >> wow. >> wow. >> wow, yes. >> -- the commercials. >> -- on "cbs this morning." >> for eagles fans everywhere, this is for them. >> world champion.
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>> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" presented by toyota. let's go places. welcome to "cbs this morning." fly, eagles, fly. that's what people were singing all day today. it was a great game. >> it was a great game. >> we all watched it. >> norah's not saying that. >> i didn't like the outcome, but it was a great game. >> she's okay. one of nfl's oldest franchises is finally a super bowl champion. page one of the philadelphia "enquirer" shouts "at last," celebrating a 41-33 win over the new england patriots. >> and the last time the eagles won the nfl title, there was no super bowl. that was in 1960. well, this year philly used a high-powered offense to outscore the patriots while the defense
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stopped another comeback by tom brady. >> fans in philadelphia flooded the streets for a raucous victory party that lasted much of the night. jamie yuccas is in minneapolis with all the excitement of super bowl lii. jamie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the eagles were the number one seed going into this year's playoffs, but they weren't predicted to win a single game. that's because backup quarterback nick foles many didn't think could lead his team to a title. but foles and his offense flipped the scriwitch on the script. >> the underdog, philadelphia eagles, defied the odds, beating the most decorated quarterback in super bowl history. >> brady gets hit. the ball is down. >> brady stumbled when it mattered including this catch on a trick play.
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it was philadelphia's backup quarterback nick foles who did what brady couldn't. >> trey burton throws it. >> foles, who replaced injured starter carson wentz late in the season looked like a super bowl veteran sharing the stage with his daughter lily. the mvp was overwhelmed. >> to be here with my daughter, my wife, my family, my teammates, this city, we're very blessed. >> but his coach doug peadersen said he never doubted his quarterback. >> like this football team a lot of people counted him out and didn't think he could get it done. i believed in him, the staff believed in him, the players believed in him. >> losing sucks. >> reporter: after the game, brady gave credit to his opponents. >> they made a lot of good plays today. we battled and were competitive but obviously didn't get the job done. >> top dog, baby,en to dog. >> reporter: it was an emotional
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win for the team and the fans including baseball superstar mike trout, actor bradley cooper, and former vice president joe biden. >> feels great. long time a coming. it feels great. what a helluva game. >> reporter: the victory bonus is it's a revenge win. the last time they played patriots was in 2005 and it was brady and belichick who won game. this year philadelphia will host the victory parade and we're told that will happen on wednesday. norah? >> thank you so much. the eagles victory touched off a wild celebration. at one point the awning in front of the ritz-carlton collapsed under the kwakt of fans. demarco morgan is outside the hotel. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. they swarmed down parts of broad street. this awning at the ritz-carlton
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was pulled down during the celebration. but the destruction doesn't stop there. as the eagles claimed their first ever super bowl title, so did fans, thousands taking to the streets of downtown philadelphia. e-a-l-g-l-e-s. >> reporter: the celebration quickly got violent. this awning eventually gave wam as the group tumbled to the ground. police were left powerless as this man hopped on top of a police van riding it through the massive crowd. police in riot gear tried in vain to clear the crowd. earlier they were on poles to keep them. >> it didn't work, but the eagles are happy.
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>> one of the best days of our life. >> reporter: fans were not just united in their love for their team but also in their dislike too. >> any love for tom brady? >> there is absolutely no love for tom brady. negative love for tom brady, let me tell you. >> he's not welcome in philadelphia. >> reporter: wednesday when the eagles are expected to parade down broad straight, it will be the first championship in the city in nearly a decade. sorry, norah. >> well, it looks like everybody had a good time there last night. congratulations to them, demarco. thank you so much. in our next hour we'll talk with ee zbals zach ertz who scored the final touchdown. that's all next on "cbs this morning." amtrak blames a freight train operator for the latest deadly accident. an engineer and conductor were killed in a crash in south carolina yesterday. 116 others were hurt. the amtrak silver star going from new york to miami was carrying nearly 150 people when
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it rammed into a freight train. kris van cleave is in west columbia near the crash. kris, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this is the third deadly amtrak crash in less than two months. the train came down these tracks after encountering a switch that was apparently in the wrong position that put the train on a deadly collision course. drone footage shows the damage. derailed rail cars lie next to a freight engine. it left around 2:35 sunday morning. investigators say a track switch was locked in the wrong position diverting the amtrak train onto a side track where it collided with a parked freight train and derailed. >> the only thing you could hear was the train car shaking, shaking, shaking. >> seats came up out of the floor. >> reporter: they're now investigating why the switch was incorrectly set.
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about 80% of freight railroads do not have all matic stop technology. >> a fully functional train control system could have avoided this accident. that's what it's designed to do. >> reporter: initial reports are that the train was going 59 miles an hour when it struck the freight train. take a look at what it does to the passenger cars. they're off the track. investigators are moving car by car inside there as they're trying to piece together what happened here. clearly it was a violent crash. >> killed in the crash was michael cell and and michael kemp. >> somebody forgot to throw a switch. we're all human and we all make mistakes. it happened. he forgot to throw that switch. >> freight line csx controls these tracks. the company in a statement says it's working with investigators but did not address why that
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switch was in the wrong position. the ntsb has recovered the forward facing video camera on that amtrak train. gayle. >> a lot of questions about the switch. very hard to hear. thank you very much, kris. the house intelligence committee is expected to vote today to release a democratic response to the declassified memo. this morning four gop members of the house committee are rejecting the remarks of the memo. the president tweeted, quote, this memo totally vindicated trump. margaret brennan is at the white house with the latest on the story. good morning to you. >> good morning. in four days the government funding may run out, but much of focus in washington is on that republican memo which accuses the fbi of political bias when it obtained a warrant from a foreign intelligence surveillance kourts or fisa court. >> there is a little bit of sweet revenge in it.
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>> reporter: donald trump jr. echoed his father's claim that the memo discredited the russia investigation but one of the key authors, trey gowdy told "face the nation" it does not let the president off the hook. >> i actually don't think it has any impact. >> the memo has no impact on the russia probe. >> not to me it doesn't and i was pretty integrally involved in it. they used an unverified dossier by democrats ascii evidence, but gowdy says there are a number of concerns that need to be investigated. >> the dossier has nothing to do with the trump meeting at the trump tower. the dossier really has nothing do with george papadopoulos's
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meeting in great brittain. it also doesn't have anything to do with obstruction of justice. there's going to be a russian investigation even without the dossier. >> it involved members of the fbi and the department of justice. on friday president trump was asked if he still had confidence in him. >> you figure that one out. >> while the memo largely focuses on carter page, it also revisaed the fbi was triggered in the july 2016 based on information about another trump foreign policy aide named george papadopoulos who has since pled guilty to lying fbi agents. norah? >> all right, margaret, thank you so much. a new report says the fbi was slow to pursue former usa gymnastics doctor larry nassar while he abused patients. it was for more than a year after the federal investigation
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began. nassar's latest sentencing hearing resumes sentencing today. dr. jon lapook is following this story. good morning. >> good morning. fbi agents were disgusted by the video of dr. nassar where he reached in between the legs of girls called the handshaking thing. usa gymnastics said it first told fbi about nassar's abuse in july of 2015 informing them of allegations against larry nassar and giving them contact information for three elite athletes including maggie nichols. >> why didn't the authorities contact us till a year later. >> reporter: gina nichols is her mother. she said the fbi did not reach out until june of 2016. >> i asked him why did it tack so long to contact me when i reported this a year ago. he said he had just got the
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assignment the day before. >> reporter: the norm times reports some of the delay has to do with questions regarding federal versus state jurisdiction as well as jurisdiction within the fbi itself. >> i have question wls the fbi had any jurisdiction to again. >> reporter: ron hosko said they're typically handled by local police. >>dy did they have discreet information and do nothing else with it. that's problematic and i'm sure they're looking at it. >> reporter: anger boiled over last weekend. randall margraves, father of three daughters sought to impose his own justice. >> i did not think about wanting to kill him, but i didn't want to inflict some pain. >> the judge said she wouldn't punish the father for being in contempt of court. meanwhile the fbi released the statement saying the magnitude
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of allegations brought against mr. nassar transcended jurisdictions and we worked with our law enforcement partners to identify the relevant information that pertained to violations of federal and state laws. >> what have you learned, john, about what the fbi told uaa gymnastics during that whole investigation? >> usa jim nas tirks said the reason they didn't alert michigan state about nassar's abuse is in july of 2015, don't do anything to interfere with our organization. when i spoke to maggie nichols' mother, she said when the fbi finally reached out to maggie, they said, you can tell anybody you want, you can talk to anybody you want. there are requests that remain. >> thanks, yes. the number of people hospitalized with flu-like symptoms is almost the highest it's been. it shows an estimated 51 out of
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100,000 americans have been admitted for the flu this season. our dr. tara narula is here with the impact of this unrelenting epidemic. good morning. >> good morning. the elderly are being hit the hardest and the death toll continues to rise. at least 53 children have already died. 16 of those died last week alone. >> everybody is devastated. you'd never expect it to happen to you. >> reporter: an indiana family is shocked after the sudden death of 7-year-old savannah jessie. she tested positive for influenza, strep throat, and scarlet fever before she died. courtney is her aunt. >> so smart. smartest girl. funny and fun-loving. she was a free spirit. >> reporter: her father found her unresponsive one day after taking her to the hospital. >> after they left the hospital,
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he took hem home, put her in bed and found her friday morning. >> reporter: these cases are becoming more frequent. in virginia kevin baines died one day after testing positive for the flu and f-year-old emily died three days after an influenza diagnosis. both children did not get the flu shot. >> it's very important if you notice that a person is getting better and suddenly gets worse to seek medical attention. the signs of getting worse would be difficulty breathing that suddenly comes on or a spike in the fever. >> reporter: a dominant and dangerous strain of the flu virus h3n2 is largely to blame for the recent outbreak. a canadian study found the flu vaccine is only 17% effective. >> it wouldn't surprise me that we would find in the u.s. we think it's very important to be vaccinated. >> there have been more than
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this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news." >> good morning, i'm rahel solomon, it is a great day for eagles fans, the birds are super bowl champions for the first time in team history. mvp nick foles through three touchdown passes cents and caught one himself. that was on attributing play at the end of the first half. tight-end zach ertz dove into the end zone for the touchdown the birds defending, claiming the lanes lombardi trophy. >> fans spilled out into the street after the game. chopper three over frank forwards and cottman into mayfair, many say they could not contain the excitement. some even popped champagne in the street to celebrate.
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>> looks look good party to me we send it over to katie for a look at the forecasts. >> really got to wore bit icing out there this morning, the temperature dropped off and stayed relatively steady near the freezing mark through the overnight now as we a are approaching and past the dawn time frame. don't really lose too far on the thermometer for the rest of the day, in short, do you have worry about the possibility of black ice, i know there are a lot of traffic incidents because of that. slick slow travel is an issue for us out there this morning. and you may also need the extra time just to scrape the ice off your windshield let alone to get into your car, i heard reports of people's vehicles being frozen shut. thirty-five is the actual air temperature, so close to freezing not quite there but the grounds nice and cold for the rain that fell yesterday, didn't have chance to totally dry out, now re-frozen. looking forward though, we do have another storm system already moving in. that will bring us another mixed bag starting off with the snow and ice, on wednesday morning, and then eventually as temperatures climb it will change over to rain as we look
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ahead to thursday, very chilly day, just 34 degrees, with the windchill taking back in all over again, meisha. >> katie just a piggyback back , yes, seeing a lot of problems, especially in new jersey, because of those icy conditions, take a look at this, we have three accident, 295 southbound ramps, 130 closed then we have 295, left lane, then westbound near 42, left lane. those are all accident. plus, new jersey turnpike speeds reduced to 45 miles per hour, plus this accident is still out there in east falls, henry avenue near the henry avenue bridge. icy conditions here, as well. rahel, over to you. >> meisha, thank youment next update 7:55, up next on cbs this morning, arc logical break through as researchers discovered hidden mine ruins in guatemal a i'm rahel solomon. good morning.
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♪ i've got this feeling inside my bones ♪ ♪ all through my city, all through my home ♪ justin timberlake returned to the half time super bowl show. he faced critics. they say his show was way too busy. the show paid tribute to late minneapolis native prince. he sung the song from "purple
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rain. "you now how hard he worked on it? i thought he did a very good job. >> the critics are stirring up a giant cup of haterade. >> very, very nasty. "the new york times" said his songs are fit for aerobics or soulcycle. number one, you forget how many hits he has and he deserves to be there. what do you say, john dickerson? >> i'm going to stay out of this. >> jump in, jump in. >> i don't share your view. >> oh, you don't. >> it was fun. it was just fun. >> i liked it. >> the game was good. >> we can all agree on that. i'm trying to be like switzerland. welcome back to "cbs this morning." here are three things you should know this morning. some american forces are reportedly being redeployed to afghanistan. dozens of troops have been leaving on daily flight over the
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last week. they're taking weapons and equipment with them. baghdad declared victory over isis last year. this morning a military spokesman told "cbs this morning" the number of troops is, quote, condition-based. the dow fell 666 points friday on inflation fears and disappointing quarterly results from some technology and energy companies. >> today is the first day on the job for the new chairman of the fwed real reserve, jerome powell. he takes over from janet yellen. this morning after the big game some are calling it super sick monday. they predict that about 14 million americans will call in sick today. the survey found that the most popular excuses are this. fever, sore throat, or i got a headache. most of them are in pennsylvania. we'll see. >> dochblt they call that the blue flu when you've had too
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much to drink? to this story, the hollywood manager who helped launched the career of halle berry is now accused of sexual harassment. the "washington post" interviewed nine women who say vincent cirrincione made strong advances against them. jericka duncan has the story. >> good morning. two accusers said he was known to market black victims. they say it was his status as the industry gatekeeper that allowed him to take advantage of so many women. manager vincent cirrincione was there when hallry barely became the first to win an academy award for best actress in 2002. >> you've loved was up, but more importantly you've loved me when i've been down. >> reporter: it was his
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reputation for boost halle berry and taraji p. henson. tameka lam ison said he took a call on speaker phone before her audition. >> in the middle of the poem, he grabbed me and kissed me, stuck his tongue in my mouth. we us shocked. i pushed him away. >> reporter: she then said he offered to take her on as a client only if she was available for sex. >> reporter: another accuser pepper chambers said she felt she had no choice but to continue working with cirrincione because she was doing a burlesque show. >> i sacrificed my integrity to produce a she i believed in. >> reporter: he admitted to affairs while in committed relationships but said he never used favors, sexual or
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otherwise, as a reason for managing anyone and that not one of those relationships were anything but consensual. but lam ison and chambers say it was his perceived influence in hollywood that allowed him to exploit other minority actresses. >> given what he did and the way that he preyed on women, obviously they felt that there livelihood was in jeopardy. >> cirrincione did not tarajip. henson said the allegations shocked, hurt, and offended. we reached out to see if he is still her manager. she has yet to respond. >> it seems like a lot of men in these stories have a problem with the definition of the word "consensual." they all come back and say, yeah, we had sex, but it was
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consensual, but the women always come back and tell a different story. >> that's a good point. >> thank you, jericka. south korea has reportedly banned 36,000 foreigners to the country because of security issues. the game starts on friday in one of the most intense areas of the world just 50 miles from the north korean border. ben tracy is in the host city pyeongchang with how security forces plan to keep everyone safe. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. tensions in this region were quite a bit lower and north korea did not have nuclear weapons thought capable of hitting the united states, so a lot has changed and now the security concerns here involve everything from terrorism to war. a terrorist has taken athletes hostage and is about to ram a vehicle into an olympic stadium. a chemical bomb exploded in a trash can as spectators run for
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their lives. in a drone-carrying explosions is shot out of the sky. these are just some of the terror drills security forces have been conducting near olympic sights. this law enforcement center is monitor security in south korea. they're monitoring with 60,000 person security force including 50,000 soldiers. that includes south korean marines who in an odd display with their american counterparts tested the cold. >> a cold weather mountainous environment. >> reporter: of course, one of the biggest concerns is north korea. in 1987 ten months before south korea held the olympics in sole, north korean placed a bon on a
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south korean air flight k everyone on board. across the demilitarized zone separating north and south. this is what is known as the joint security area of the dmz. this is where north and south meet. you literally have south korean into north korea, which is just beyond those blue the u.s. and soekt korea delayed their annual military exercises so as not to provide north h's decision to send a large delegation to the games is thought to reduce the chance of disrupting the event with a missile launch or nuclear test. another big concern here at the olimb pilks is some sort of large-scale cyber atact that would disrupt the games and that is something that north korea is particularly adept at. they have hired a private security firm here to try to prevent that kind of attack. gayle. >> that's good to hear. scribe activities make
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ancient zivl civilization in central america may be bigger than once believed. the high-tech mapping surveyed about 800 square miles of guatemala. david begnaud is here with what we're learn about this mysterious civilization. good morning, david. >> good morning, gayle. explorers would go through looking for mayan ruins. now they're able to pinpoint exactly where thousands of hidden archaeological treasures know existed.
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indiana jones could have only dreamed of this. archaeologists are using high-level mapping technology to virtually unearth a massive network of mayan runs hidden for centuries in the thick jungles of guatemala. >> as far as the eye can see, this jungle -- >> reporter: albert lin is a geographical engineer. >> it says there's a massive temple just around the corner. it gives you chills up your back. >> reporter: the uncovered landscape views previously unknown cities and more than 60,000 interconnected structures including houses, farms, highways, and even pyramids. scientists and archaeologists discovered the ruins by shooting lasers down from a plane to penetrate the dense jungle canopy. it's called light detection and
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ranging or lidar. marianne hernandez. >> it will provide empirical proof of the sophistications and complexity. >> reporter: francisco estrada-belli discovered pacunam. n they start looking at -- through that telescope they found thousands of galaxy, and that's what we're seeing. we' parts of the jungle that we thought was empty are full of towns we didn't expect were there. >> previous assessments were that one or two lived there but now it's believed as many as 20 million people live there.
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you can watch it this tuesday on "national geographic." i love that kind of stuff. >> that's one to record for the kids. >> i love discoveries hidden for so long. >> researchers said they had been walking on them and didn't notice it until they saw it from the air. >> and they found that secret room in the great pyramid? >> nerd alert. i'm going to watch it too. i'm going to watch it too. >> let's watch it together, norah. >> right there with you. up next, a look at this morning's other headlines including nbc's explanation for 26 seconds of black during the super bowl coverage. was wondering about that. plus l president trump's tariffs on solar
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good morning, i'm jim donovan, the eagles are expected to head home from minnesota later today after winning super bowl lii over the defending champion new england patriots. this is one of the super bowl mv picks, nick foles three touchdown passes cents this one to alshon jeffrey, also cents caught touchdown pason trick play in the first pass, the underdog eagles beats the patriots of course 41 to 33. to claim the vince lombardi trophy for the first time in franchise historiment some celebrations got out every hands, we spotted this car on fire one of few acts every vandalism that lever the city
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cleans up for days, so far no word on the eagles championship parade. but we will keep you posted. meantime, we send it right over to katie for a look at the forecast. >> definitely cold out there this morning, jim. thankfully any wet weather has made its exit. >> the aftermath is left behind leading to problems. theid overlooking center city from the distance, clouds still rolling on through, you're predominantly seeing sunshine throughout the day today. but the wind picking up, that's why you can see the clouds moving through this spot. very calm looking scene out there. but it feels awfully chilly. down into the teens, down to reading, lancaster, still feeling more like the two's, most everywhere else. but aside from the wind and the cold, you have to worry about icing from yesterday's rain. now re-froes end. so a lot of black ice reports out there. you might need the ice scraper on your own car windshield before you can go anywhere safely. keep that in mind, wednesday another storm comes along, this is going to likely start with some ice as well as some snow in the northern counties, especially, and then eventually as temperature
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climb it will turn over to rain. but that's the next big storm headed our meisha? >> and several accidents in new jersey, because of all of the icing new jersey really get hit, seeing about 20 minutes ago, still out, there and they keep coming. new accidents, 295 north at route 73, this one moved to the shoulder, 295 before burlington-mt. holly left lane compromised there, speed restrictions? play, as well, just heads up, new jersey turnpike down to 45 i were you, i might even take it a little slower just because of how icy it is around that area. also, henry avenue, closed right now, near henry avenue bridge. your alternates that the, wissahickon avenue. take look at the schuylkill, all moving in the westbound direction, very slow moving out there, jim, back over to you. >> thank you, meisha. coming up on cbs this morning, eagles tight-end zach ertz talks about the birds super bowl win, i'm jim donovan, make it a gre
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good morning. it'smond, february 5th, 2018. welcome back to "cbs this morning." ahead, zach ertz, the eagles' tight end talks about sealing the victory with two minutes to go. first on "cbs this morning," the founders to keep technology users to keep from getting addicted to their devices. but first here's today's "eye opener" at 8:00. one of the franchise owners is finally the winner of the
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super bo the "at last." >> reporter: they weren't predicted to win a single game. >> they headed down parts of d victory. >> this is the t deadly hs. the tra countering a switch that was in the wrong position that put the train on a deadly collision course. >> usa gymnastics said the reason they didn't alert michigan state about nassar's abuse is because fbi said in 2015 don't do anything to interfere with our investigation. four days from now government funding may run out, but much of the focus in washington is on that memo, which accuses the fbi of political bias. >> phillies in the building. phillies in the building. >> can i get a fly, eagles, fly. >> i'm ott cloud nine. >> and kobe bryant was watched.
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here's his reaction. >> yes, yes. >> i'm john dickerson with gayle king and norah o'donnell. not recommended to do that with babies. >> i saw one interview where a man said it was the best day of his life including when he got married and had children. i thought, if i was your wife or children, i'd be upset. >> into the end zone. zach ertz with the touchdown. >> the eagles knocked off the new england patriots last night beating the defejding champions, 41-33, in super bowl lii. >> but the eagles fans had to hold their breath until tom ady's last pass fell incomplete in tend zone. a long time in they waited a long time for thi
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streets of philadelphia to celebrate. some of them climbed on anything they could find including an awning that collapsed outside a hotel. demarco morgan is in phnup is under way and parade plans are in the works. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. after decades of heartbreak, last night set arch a celebration this city hasn't seen in years. >> the game is over. the philadelphia eagles are super bowl champions. eagles fans everywhere, this is for you. >> reporter: the joy heard by long-time oughout the city of philadelphia. >> this is just insane. it's just insane. >> one of the best days of our
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life. >> e "a" "-a-g-l-e-s, eagles! >> reporter: frustration was released on the streets. fans set off fireworks, toppled cars and damaged buil actually burn down the city. i don't know. they seem to be celebrating in the streets. >> reporter: the city has suffered more than their fair share of defeat. joe carter broke their1993 worl. and they came up short against the philadelphia egles, the long drought is >> r place, even hometown celebrities like kobe bryant couldn't contain their excitement. sylvester stallone posted a celebratory picture and wrote,
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"yo eagles, you did it. just like rocky." >> this wasn't the moment improbable. a lot of people are wrong and now they've got to deal with that. >> reporter: now comes the cleanup and they might want to wait until after wednesday. that's when eagles fans will celebrate their team with a parade. gayle, back to you. >> demarco, thank you. eagles' tight end zach ertz scored the game-winning touchdown in super bowl lii. you saw it, i know. it came with just over two minutes left in the game, finishing a 75-yard drive to put the eagles in front for good. minnesota.joins us from i bet you haven't slept. congratulations. so glad you're hear. >> thank you. thank you for having me. >> you were the underdogs. somebody forgot to tell them go
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>> we were expected to be the underdogs at home. two weeks ago we were underdogs and in this game again. i think it was kind of a rallying thing for our team, for the city. the city of philadelphia is all about the underdog. >> it was fun to watch you guys. i wondered what you were thinking, watching as the refs were reviewing the call. it seemed like thigh were taking a very long time. i don't know they were looking at at the time. it seemed to me pretty obvious. when they were reviewing it for that long, that's when doubt seeps in just a little bit. >> reporter: on a play like that and you had a crucial fourth down play, are you reacting and it goes by in a blur or what wu you thinking when you caught the ball and saw the end zone in front of you? >> that's all the preparation.
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it started in april of last year and it's been a continuation of things. we practice so hard each and every day as a team. i think we practice harder than probably any nfl team. it's pretty remarkable what we do on the practice field each and e'er week. >> you know, tom brady is the king of comeback. what was going through your mind as the patriots took the lead for the first time with nine minutes to go? >> yeah. i mean any time you get in a shoot-out with that guy, that's definitely not the ideal situation. that guy is the greatest quarterback to ever walk the earth. he probably will be for a long, long time. i mean when they score and we're down one with i tnke minutes to go in the game, we had all the confidence in the world. >> we have to talk about wife julie because she's a champion too. i love the video of her crying when she found out you guys made it to the super bowl. at one point you said she' the
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best athlete in the family. i'm dying to know what you guys did last night. she was so happy for you. >> she was so happy. she was able to be in minnesota for the game. obviously two weeks ago her not being there was extremely tough and then watching her show how happy she was for me, it was definitely emotional for me as well.she was out here. we were able to celebrate together. >> that's great. i know your teemt pt. did you have son dilly dilly? >> oh, yeah. we had some philly philly for sure. we're excited to get back to philly and eoy all of the fans. >> enjoy, enjoy, enjoy. people you this morning.agine what the doing in philly today. zach ertz. thank you very much. >> thanks, guys. thank you very much for having me. >> he's a great guy. >> yes. >> and his wife too. >> i'm just reading because brady threw -- tom brady -- >> we know which brady you're
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talking about. you didn't think it was brady washington. >> or the brady bunch, here's the story. what did tom brady do? >> he threw for over 500 yards, but both teams -- both teams threw for 1,100 yards. that's the most yards in any nfl game including any game in playoff history. they both played in spectacular fashion. the president says his new tariff on solar products will create more jobs in the u.s. we'll take you to a solar farm to learn why some industry leaders believe the move will actually lead to
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the white house says a new tariff on solar products will create more jobs in the united states, but some industry leaders disagree. a new law places a 30% tariff. it will decrease by 5% each year over a four-year period. it ooh tess second largest in the world behind china. in 2016 americans spent $23 billion on solar projects. don dahler is at a solar farm in branchburg, new jersey. good morning. >> reporter: good morn state-ofr facility in branchburg, new jersey, on about 50 ach acres.
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the u.s. installed billions of in fact, all of the panels you see here were made in china, but the president is hoping his tariffs will bring more manufacturing and jobs to the american solar industry. not everyone agrees with that plan. drone footage showcases the seemingly endless rows of solar panels in south carolina. jamie carlson showed us around the property. she's the executive vice president of operations at cypress creekee newables, the company backing the solar farm. >> do you understand the concerns that the government that subsidizes these solar panels to send them to the u.s. is the unfair competition of them trying to level the playing field. >> i this i that's wha we're considering. it's not just focused on
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penalizing others. >> my administration iscommitte companies. >> reporter: presintruiff into g a 30% tariff on solar products and making this promise. >> we're going to benefit consumers and create a lot of jobs. >> reporter: solar world helped petition the white house to hel >> theng field. >> reporter: the it laid off300 ofployees last y. bring js backeojuergen stein to america.oss hopper disagrees with the administration's approach to creating solar jobs. >> if add a tax, cost to something, there fewer people able to buy it. >> if they pass on the price to
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consumers, they're worried it will impact association, 250,00 americans working in the solar city at the end of 2016. they estimate the tariff wl cost 23,0 jobs this year. >> it 'going to be all kinds of different people. electricians, construction workers, engineers, developers. >> these racks aren america. >> absolutely. >> tom kosto's construction company installing the panels on the farm. >> do you think there's the fear that the tariffs might stop you from getting new jobs? >> there is that risk. >> reporter: according to one piece of research, there's a concern. hopper believes the industry will grow but at a slower pace.
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>> it will not level the playing field but puts an cessary ine. the solar panels used are imported but only 10% of those actually came from china. t, don. thank you very much. ahead, forget those super bowl touchdowns. ho now i had the time of my owe i♪ >> that was one of the best ones. we'll take a look at what scored with viewers and critics and which ones you didn't like. you're watching "cbs this morning." we'll be right back.
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many of you tuned in to watch the super bowl commercials. amazon is getting high marks with this ad. >> we have the replacement ready. just say the is going to work. >> yeah. >> not very convincing. "usa today" found alexia digital it featured celebrities like carly b. >> ram trucks is being criticized for using the voice of dr. martin luther king jr. in its commercial. it was celebrated the 50th anniversary of the sermon of dr. martin luther king. >> if you want to be recognized, wonderful f you want to be great, wonderful, but recognize
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that he who is greatest among you shall be yourself. >> ram's twitter feed posted a statement saying it worked official licencer is.s estate, they found that true greatness is achieved by serving others. >> go ahead. >> i really liked it. >> i bet we're thinking the same thing. i was actually touched when i was watching it. the same with the mass mutual ad where they used the song "i'll stand by you" people coming together in disasters. >> once things starts playing, i lost contact to what was being sold they're so powerful. >> i said, guys, listen up, at tend it was powerful. it's always nice to hear his voice. >> i think so. >> and did you like tanything?
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>> i liked the toyota ad. >> first responders. >> mass mutual. you know her as the rogue cia agent carrie mathison. claire danes will be here to disclose what will be revealed in the next season and we gearing up for a big announcement from oprah. >> hey, everybody. i can't wait to reveal my next book club selection. that's going to be tomorrow on "cbs this morning." >> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news." good morning, i'm rahel solomon. cbs-3 will broadcast the eagles press conference from minnesota this morning at 9:30 >> and here is a little video to show you why foles was
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named%g[ mvp. he threw for three touchdowns including one to alshon jeffrey in the first quarter, foles even caught a touchdown at the end of the first half. eagles beat the champions, 41 to patriots. >> the super bowl win inspired many to celebrate in the street of philadelphia. chantee city where some fans left behind damaged property, chantee? >> good morning, rahel, some of the damaged property is right here behind me, macy's building on the corner of juniper street, and market street on the east sidemp of ha. you can see, there is the wall boarded upls, i want to go ahead and show you some video of the ritz awning, that fans actually were standing on and fell through, no word of the conditions at this time. but, back live out here, something else i want to show you, people are using these
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cross-walks with no actual signs, that is because those polls were ripped out by eagles fans, celebrating here, last night, after the super bowl win. now, city crew workers did pull out those polls, still need to be replaced and police have been out directing traffic all morning long, and will continue to do that until everything is back up and running. that is the very latest, live in center city, chantee lans, cbs-3, "eyewitness news," rahel? >> all right, sean tee, thank you, and also a check on the force cast with katie fehlinger. chilly out there. >> very much so. a lot of black ice reports, as well for our area motorists cents, so the other thing you may come up against not only some icy roadways out there, from yesterday's rain having refroze end on the roads, but also having refroze end on your car. so, r now, storm scan totally empty, save for few cloud cover, light rounds, you are going to see more sun than anything. see you've got to be cognizant of the fact temperatures so close to freezing even abovefrer
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some icing i passes here, slick and slow travel is the name of the game here. the winds is really beginning to pick up too out of the northwest, so cold breeze. and it is strong as 23 miles per hour in a couple of spots here, that's going to mean the win chill values are stuck in the 20's, teens at best through the rest of the day. actual air temperature not that much better anyway. staying pretty stemmed i with volume, mid 30's, cop wednesday though we jump ahead a day here, next storm comes along and it may be a similar scenario. start with ice, snow, turns to rain, for the rest of the day, meisha? >> busy all week it looks like , thank you so much. so the icy conditions really posing a problem for us on the roadways, they have been for quite some time basically all morning long. so here first, henry avenue is closed, still closed near henry avenue bridge. you will have to use an alternate, wissahickon avenue is your best bet, icy conditions reported around here. plus, another accident in swenksville, still out there route three, skippack pike,
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examined and deciding whether any action against her would appropriate. she sai tarantino forced her to drive a car she thought was faulty. it crashed and she was injured. tarantino fwhoultd reply to the comment. reports labor departmay it would require they pay the minimum wage. the employers would be able to use the waitresses' tips for any purpose. it wou millioners and 200ders. it would aft affect cosmetologists and hairstylists. >> rob is not committing to pl next season what? he scoretw touchdowns in last night's loss to the eagles. an interview after the game and
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it's b of siliconlley most prom companies. t t abo tech engaging tech companies,ealthlawmer and consu >> goodng. >> great to be here. worked onh media. what's the central goal here? >> the central goal is to do a multi-year that affects parents and kids. and come up with that includes going with tristan to the industry and saying case >> is the key the psych lolg do?
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is it hard-wired intoheain? >>yes. we miss theru abo what's happening on the other side of the screen is this is happening by des bunch of techniques that are deliberately used to keep the auto play watching on youtube or keeping you to keep kp kids hooked to feel like they have to keep the streak going. >> you were google, tristan. when did you realize there was responsibility of shaping people's attention.not, you're going to bump their elbow and there going havext people t wouldn't have done if you hadn't made it that way. how do we ethically and give parents better parental
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my kids are 10. are 10. the iphone is ten years what are the studies showing us as the effects? >> basically more than 50% of kids admit that they're addicted. that's a pretty amazing thing. as you can imagine, over 60% say their kids are gts have to look mirror at their own behavior. all of us need help. we really need to take this on. th this is changing interpersonal relationships. i thit's time to have important national conversation that starts with families, schools, an going directly to the industry and saying you have >> don't you think they're on board? >> we've certainly made an
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enormous momentum since "60 minutes." we've been partnering, working on a lot of this as all together. i think we can model this with the truthpaign about tobacco. it's not whether or not it's hurting people. it's showing that you're holding on to and grabbing onto attention. it's hooked to how much attention i get. >> we're not anti-tech. you know commonsense media. we rate everything. this is changing our culture and this is happening -- this is not a part of an issue. so our point is how do we help people at home, in school, and then if necessary, going directly to the companies and saying change your practices. >> tristan, we reached out to a bunch of tech companies and apple told us, we thinkpl used the impact on users and the people around them. what can technologic will i be done to break the addiction to help with this? >> well, first thing, we can see the companies like apple and
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samsung are our friend. they can do a lot more because they make the device. they don't have to maximize the team obscene. >> what can we do? >> they can do better at parental controls and default seths. a way to disconnect without missing something important. the key thing is you can set your phone to gray scale. that helps. if your set your phone to gray scale which i can pn the screen, you go to -- settings, general, accessibility, display accommodati accommodations, and then you say set the colors to gray scale. what this does is when you look at your phone, it's all gray. normally you get the colorful icons and all the red dots. >> i'd bet doerr something. >>'d bet doerr something. you take the gray out -- make it gray, suddenly it's less compelling. it reminds you it's just a tool.
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>> facebook said we take our responsibility seriously, we're committed to being part of the convon zuckerberg seemed to be reluctant in the beginning, do you think? >> i think he's coming here's the thing. i was talking about facefaceboo role in th if mark and sheryl sandberg get serious about this and chang some of the practices on facebook and instagram and the folks who run google and the platforms that are based on attention economy, if they change that and then the apples and the just change the design but dumb people like me how to use it properly, you can make changes next year, but we have to hold their feet to the fire. >> isn't thating the business model? >> look. facebook is an advertising is google.del. they want you to stay there.tha.
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that does modify the business model and society and kids are for more valuable than the business model. >> thank you, professor. we'll have to leave it there. the plots of "homeland" shifte won. claire danes is in the toyota n acting
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but for the past several year, claire danes has starred in "homeland" as carrie mathison. >> this upcoming season will take carrie back to washington, d.c., but without an official job. it airs on showtime, a division of cbs, and here's a preview of the season seven premiere. >> what did you bring you? >> nothing. you said. >> badge? >> i left everything. >> did you take off your jacket to go take a piss? mother -- you have a tail. we have to go. we have to go now. >> wow. claire danes. >> where aing, claire? >> welcome back. >> yeah, yeah. carrie in a wig.
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a little agitated, a little concerned. >> just to remind everybody, at the end of last sea he promised to carrie he'd arrest 200. >> where did we pick up >> last season carrie was very allied with the president to be and ultimately president and there was an assassination attempt that caused the president to , you know, pdeeply paranoid and carrie -- and, you knowso there's a reversal at the end of the season and they're estranged and that's where we find the two characters in the beginning of this season. carrie is living with her sister in d.c. and is quietly on the fringe of trying the president'. she's deeply suspicious of her anis worried tt aken this turn. yeah, she's kind of in her bedroom. >> which with her
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sistershe's run >> yeah. she's trying to beer as an unde going on. >> how is carrie'stal state? tenuous. >> still cra-cra, claire. that's what we like about r. ye. i know. it's her blessing and her curse. yeah, we discover fairly early on in the season her not reliable as she thought, so her sister -- she's been living with her aly awaremight should be. the deep steu play hand, that f around h far --
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>> right. we, itak lot of energy to play it convincingly, i have to say, but i think the writers have done a pretty excellent jo. obviously we have to take license. she's a superhero. there's no way she could be achieving all she's achieving. how many deaths she kind of thwarted in e seventh season. >> or caused. >> or caused. >> it's so interesting to see story line.renthape the you know, sometimes you're watching and you go, i can't believe it can happen and then it does and visa versa. so did the writers have to pivot after the electionf trump because weren't going in one direction? >> yeah. that was a challenge last season because, you know, obviously the focus was on the election and we wanted to refer but we were designing a season before th e so they created a who was really on a composite a lot of qualities
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so she had characteristics that and sanders, but she was a woman. that was a nod to hillary. she was malleable could point her in any direction that became suitable. but, yea that was -- that was a trick. >> and you meet with the intelligence community, right? did it change at all? >> well, totally. this is like the great gift of the show for me is that we spend about a week in what we call spy camp. one of our head writers who actually died about four years ago, his father was in the cia and his cousin was a anking cia retirement he spiked theurious for the inlub in georgetown and interviewed people in the intelligence community and the state didn't and journalists and get a reall
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to be germane and relevant in six months'ime or ayear's time. >> uma thurman released an article yesterday about harvey weinstein. we're having a moment of reckoning on the movement. what do you have to say about it? >> i think it's wonderful. i think it'snascent, all ing no millennial's worth, e're challenging this h in power, and i it's just just makine it.hink we're all and i think it's -- i think it's greai think it's having the conversation. >> i think it's wonderful and
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