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captioning funded by cbs it's monday, november 9th, 2015. this is the "cbs morning news." protests over racial incidents at the university of missouri grow. now members of the football team are calling on the president to step down. the 6-year-old louisiana boy killed during a police pursuit will be buried today. and the eagles soar. a 41-yard touchdown pass gives philadelphia an overtime win and sends dallas to its longest
losing streak in 26 years! good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. thanks for joining us. i'm anne-marie green. this morning, protests over racist incidents at the university of missouri are growing. faculty members say they will walk out of class today in solidarity with students. the protesters, led by the football team, are demanding the reremoval of the university's president tim wolfe. they say his lack of action to the racists episode has produced a toxic environment on campus. don champion is here in new york with more. >> reporter: last night about 150 protesters gathered on the campus, concerns over race and discrimination have been building for years at mizzou and got a big boost over the weekend when members of the football team took a stand with a student who is holding a hunger strike. locked in arms in a picture, football players at the university of missouri have
threatened to walk out over concerns about racial incidents at the school. >> all stay together as a team and we all made this decision as a team to not talk to the media. >> reporter: over the weekend the team said it would not take the field any more until university president tim wolfe resigns or is removed. for months, campus groups have complained about wolfe's handling of recent racial harassment consents incidents on campus. graduate student jason butler has staged a week-long hunger strike. >> the administration has failed to take tangible actions to really make campus safer but not just bulk students but for all students. >> reporter: a swastika was found in a resident hall drawn with human feces. students reported having racial slurs yelled at them in at least two students. mizzou's student body president says recent racial incidents have been building for years. in 2010 before wolfe was head of the school two students were
outside the black culture center with cotton balls. >> the students were charged with littering, not as a hate crime or something biased or sdrim that tore but for littering. >> reporter: wolfe issued a statement on sunday saying he is dedicated to addressing what he calls complex societal issues but has not said whether he will step down. now, over the weekend, the history department tweeted that students who take part in the walkout today won't face any penalties for doing so. in the meantime, if the school's football team forfeits its game against byu this sunday, the university could be out more than a million dollars. >> wow. don champion in new york, thank you. the family of a 6-year-old louisiana boy killed during a police shooting is prepared to say good-bye today. jeremy mardis will be burr why wered this afternoon in mississippi. two charges are being charged in the shooting that also wounded the autistic boy's father. >> reporter: the shooting
tuesday night in the central louisiana city of marksville. it ended on a dead-end road. a third officer's body camera recorded the shooting. mike edmondson is head of the state police and his agency is leading the investigation. how key to this case is that officer's body camera? >> the video is compelling. it gave us some clear information of exactly what we saw at the time that they affected utilizing the gunfire. did you guys intend to kill that father and son? cbs news has learned both officers initial told vegetablearies that christopher few tried to ram his truck into their patrol car. this is that car. the damage appears to be a 4-inch cut to the hood. it doesn't look like they tried to ram the police car. >> there is nothing that is coming up saying, based on what austin has told us, why they affected that stop. it's in theout not materializing right now. >> reporter: your words and i don't remember what they were
deserve this. >> that little boy doesn't deserve to die the way he did. >> reporter: i heard you say that boy did not suffer. do you believe that? >> he did not suffer at all. and i'm thankful for that. >> reporter: state police investigators say christopher didn't have an outstanding warrant for his arrest. so why the officers tried or wanted to pull him over is unclear. 18 shots were fired. five of them hit that little boy. two hit his father. were 18 shots excessive, in your opinion? >> if it's not justified, it's excessive. >> reporter: david begnaud, cbs news. this morning, the fbi is preparing to join the investigation into the plane disaster in egypt after a request from russia. officials say a noise in the final second of the cockpit voice recorder could point to an isis bomb bringing down the jetliner. cbs news senior security contributor michael morrell says if it is a terror attack, it
shows the growing capability of isis. >> this is a very big deal. a largest loss of life in a plane brought down by a bomb since pan am 103 over lockerbie, scotland. i think the complication complications is isis is winning and that is a key strength of theirs in terms of attracting followers and attracting recruits recruits recruits. >> all 224 people died on the crash more than a week ago. a fiery collision of a pickup truck and a church van in maryland. witness video captures the vehicles engulfed in flames moments after the incident. the crash injured 14 people and eight in critical condition. as the republican presidential candidates prepare for their next debate tomorrow night, one of the front runners faces growing scrutiny. ben carson is on the defensive
his inspiring story. it's provided a new avenue of attack for rival donald trump. weijia jiang reports. >> reporter: dr. ben carson's life story helped him surge to the top of the polls. but now critics are questioning whether some of carson's statements in his 1996 auto biography "gifted hands" are true. >> the whole point is to distract the populous and distract me. >> reporter: the retired neurosurgeon is accused of lying about his hard knocks upbringing and a circular to attend west point military academy. carson claims the cuba is on a witch hunt. >> every single day or aever there week, they will come out you said this when you were 14. >> reporter: carson is running neck and neck with donald trump in recent polls who is flying high off of his "snl" hosting gig on saturday night. the show received its best rating in three years. >> if you think that is how it's going to be when i'm president,
it's going to be even better! >> reporter: appearing on nbc's "meet the press" sunday morning, trump took a swipe at carson. >> he has to explain a lot of things. >> reporter: carson and trump face off tuesday night on the fourth republican debate in milwaukee, wisconsin. weijia jiang, cbs news, washington. coming up on "cbs this morning," "face the nation" moderator and cbs news political director john dickerson on the republican race and the gop debate. this morning, president obama hosts israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu at the white house. the meeting will be their first face-to-face in more than a year. ties have been strained over the iran nuclear deal. but the effort to mend fences is complicated by netanyahu's choice of a spokesman who suggested that president obama is anti-semitic. a manhunt for a gunman in the shooting of a texas judge outside of her austin home.
judge julie kocurek was ambushed in her driveway friday night and authorities say her injuries are not life-threatening. investigators are reviewing possible suspects. coming up on the "morning news." a parking lot collapsed. cars are swallowed up by a deep hole that appeared from nowhere. later, starbucks new holiday cups grufed accused of being a grinch? this is the "cbs morning news." now the #1 selling brand for frequent heartburn. get complete protection with the new leader in frequent heartburn. that's nexium level protection. there's something out there. it's a highly contagious disease. it can be especially serious- even fatal to infants. unfortunately, many people who spread it may not know they have it. it's called whooping cough. and the cdc recommends everyone, including those around babies, make sure their whooping cough vaccination is up to date. understand the danger your new grandchild faces. talk to your doctor or
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union leaders from ford will meet today whether to agree to a contract with the automakers. the automakers struck a deal with ford on friday. the unit won't release details of the proposal until after the vote today. the markets reopen this morning after ending in the black last week after a surprisingly strong october jobs report. last week, the dow gained 247 points and s&p ended up 19 points, the nasdaq finished the week 92 points higher. lufthansa airline workers extend their strike today including walkouts in germany. they canceled flights to and from those airports affecting 1,130 passengers. the walkouts will continue through the week at different airports. the price electricity companies are charging for power might shock you. "the new york times" reports txu
50 utilities that offer free electricity at night when demand is the lowest. the nightly oversupply is due to the abundance of wind power in te lone star state. starbucks new holiday coffee cups design is stirring up some controversy. critics accuse the company of waging a war on christmas. starbucks unveiled a simple red design and some say it doesn't give the christmas feel. starbucks said it wanted to offer a clean design this year. the 24th james bond series easily captured the top spot at the box office. >> why should i trust? >> because right now, i'm your best chance at staying alive. >> "specter."
a christmas display at a mall gets an icy reception. and the mystery why a cruise ship passenger went overboard. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the daily mail" reports royal caribbean claims a passenger jumped overboard but his family disputes that. cell phone video shows the passenger, 35-year-old bernardo albaz cling to go a life boat before falling off into the sea. royal caribbean says albaz jumped off his balcony. the search for him was suspended on saturday. myanmar is waiting the results of sunday's landmark election. early results today show the position winning the city but
the overwhelming number of ballots were cast in rural areas which could take days to tally. "the charlotte observer" reports the largest shopping mall in the carolinas will finish removing a controversial holiday display. southpark is bringing back its traditional christmas tree after putting up a fake glacier. it costs tens of thousands of dollars but shoppers weren't impressed. >> you don't mess with christmas. some things you don't mess with and that would be one. i'm really excited. >> the mall says the idea was inspired by the north pole, the home of santa claus. "variety" reports a long lost guitar belonging to john million at auction. lennon used this guitar to record "i want to hold your hand hand" and "she loves you." the guitar disappeared and then
guitar collection. in sports a big overtime win for the eagles and another loss for dallas. eagles quarterback sam bradford hit jordan matthews for an overtime td in overtime handing the cowboys their sixth straight loss. the longest losing streak for the cowboys in 26 years. the eagles beat the boys. andrew luck passed for 252 yards including two touchdown passes as the colts beat denver 27-24. denver now 7-1 was the only weekend. and in charlotte, cam newton threw three touchdown passes and ran for 57 yards as panthers kept their unbeaten season alive with a 37-29 win over green bay. the packers were so frustrated by the fourth quarter they were going after each other. green bay called it a family issue. still to come, lending a hand. we will hear from the georgia police officer who helped an
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. here's another look at this morning's top stories. university of missouri faculty will walk out of class today to support activists protesting racism on campus. dozens of black football players announced this weekend that they won't participate in team activities until the university system's president is removed. cleanup continues today after a train derailment in southeastern wisconsin. the second in as many days. a canadian pacific railway train ran off the tracks yesterday afternoon. one car leaked less than 1,000
but on saturday, a railway train derailed in western wisconsin and spilling more than 18,000 gallons of ethanol. a georgia police officer is being hailed for having a big heart. sergeant john cain was seen helping an injured runner at a marathon in sfaen on saturday. cain said he saw robert mccoy fall onto his face just 200 yards from the finish line. >> while he was on the ground, he kept telling us that he had to finish the race, he had to finish the race. and my heart just bled for him. together. the photo of the two has been facebook. shoppers in sugarland, texas, got a scary surprise. a 12-foot alligator was caught saturday! they needed a forklift to remove the 800-pound gator. it was relocated to a state park and no one was hurt. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning,"
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about 50 million americans have tattoos. after making a mark in every segment of society, tattoos are now making a mark in the exclusive art world. michelle reports. >> often misunderstood, tattoos have been used as cultural tradition all over the world. brought stateside by swells of servicemen post world war ii, they came to signify rebellion, a badge of courage, and everything in between. >> when he came you, the only people who wore tattoos were people who lived on the other side of the tracks or in the navy. >> reporter: now they are getting the attention of
sophisticated art dealers in auction executives like arlen ettinger president of an auction >> i wasn't familiar with the notion of tattoo art on anything other than the body. when i went to view the material for the first time, i saw a nice coffee table looking book artist. >> reporter: that artist was the famous horacio iii. ett'inger called his office and he called him back. >> he said which do you want? there are ten of them. so it makes it very, very clear there is enormous followings. >> reporter: over 1,000 pieces from the prominent tattoo artists are going on the auction block. the eye catching visuals are painted on canvass and board and paper. the collection includes work from american traditional artist
artist phillip two and the notorious horacio iii. it's become to popular that 1 in 5 u.s. adults has a tattoo. even with the increase in popularity, it's still uncertainty who will be bidding in this auction. >> it's always a surprise. >> reporter: another surprise? the price. >> there are a number in the tens of thousands, you know, 30,000, 50,000, we think. i bet you that 50% of the work will get sold to people who don't have tattoos, but see the excitement, the beauty in some of these works. >> reporter: so you're saying you're starting something? >> we're starting something, baby, you know? something big! >> reporter: michelle miller, cbs news, new york. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," new outrage over the case of dallas cowboys greg hardy as