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? ? it's tuesday, december 13th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." president-elect trump announces his selection focr state today. exxonmobil ceo rex tillerson. but the pick is causing concern over the next administration's relationship with russia. >> he does massive deals in russia. he does massive deals for the company. not for himself. for the company. meanwhile, president obama weighs on the suggestion russia worked to get mr. trump elected.
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moving across the country this morning. a look at how low temperatures will go. t how low temperatures t how low temperatures will go. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. this morning, president-elect trump plans to announce that exxonmobil chief rex tillerson is his choice for secretary of state. questions about tillersos to russia come as congressional leaders say they support investigations into the possible russia cyber attacks to influence the election. hena daniels is here in new york. good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. overnight, russian president vladimir putin said he's ready to meet with the next president of the u.s. in fact, he wants to give mr. trump time to form his administration first. >> reporter: president-elect donald trump hinted at his secretary of state announcement in a tweet.
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ceo rex tillerson in an interview with fox news. >> he's much more than a business executive. i mean, he's a world class player. >> reporter: the development came moments after top contender mitt romney a strident never-trump voice during the campaign confirmed in a facebook post that he was out of the running. saying, quote, my discussions with president-elect trump have been both enjoyable and enlightening. tillerson who has no government experience is expected to face an uphill climb inni given close ties to russian president vladimir putin. lawmakers on both sides of the aisle say they support calls to investigate the ceo's assessment trying to get trump elected. >> i think we ought to approach all of these issues on the assumption that the russians do not wish us well. >> reporter: sources tell cbs news that president-elect will also nominate former texas governor rick perry to serve as
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the very department he said he would abolish. after post post -- postponing his first meeting as president-elec mr. trump took to social media last night to address plans for his business dealings. writing two of my children, don and eric, plus executives, will manage them. no new deals will be done during my years in office. president-elect is selected to announce mr. romney's niece for rnc chair. much. last night on the late show with trevor noah,resident obama addressed the alleged russia interference in the presidential election. >> this was not a secret running up to the election. the president-elect in some of his political ev specifically said to the russians, hack hillary's e-mails. so that we can finally find out what's going on. and confirm our conspiracy theories. >> now, it was at a campaign
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mr. trump encouraged russia to spy on hillary clinton. >> russia, if you're listening, i hope you're able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing. >> mr. trump said he was only joking. he continues to dismiss reports that russia did anything to help him get elected. but the cia is standing by the assessment that russia tried to smear the election by leaking embarrassing e-mails. jeff pegues has details. >> reporter: the evidence that russia was trying to influence the election goes back to midjoin with private e-mails, opposition research and campaign information stolen before the democratic national committee appeared online. u.s. investigators said the russians were to blame. did their actions impact one candidate over another? >> i would say that the actions definitely were more detrimental to one candidate than the other.
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for crowdstrike, the cyber security firm that investigated the hack and that works closely with u.s. intelligence. what did you see? >> imagine somebody breaks in a bank and they used some kind of special saw to cut through the safe. we found that saw as they were using it. >> reporter: so you caught them in action? >> we did. >> reporter: myers says the cyber attacks began with russian backers he and cozy bears. the information they obtained was passed on to wikileaks and made public. the hackers also gained access to some republican files but that information never became public. even after being exped, the hacks against democrats continue. this is pretty bold, pretty brazen in a lot of ways. >> it's very russian. >> reporter: what do you mean by that? >> i don't think that the russians are shy or would necessarily pull back after something like that happens.
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>> one reason the cia believes russia was trying to tip the scales to trump. they've used similar tactics to favor candidates before. most recently in the elections in ukraine. no one was saying that the actual vote count in the u.s. was hacked. jeff pegues, cbs news, washington. well, coming up on "cbs this morning," we'll discuss donald trump's choice for secretary of state with cbs news political director john dickerson. now, to the weather surge of arctic air is spreading dangerously cold temperatures from the northern plains into new england. the storm system that hit the midwest is just the beginning. some areas will see windchills that register 30 degrees below zero. brutal. chief meteorologist erik fisher of our boston station wbz has our forecast. >> well, the arctic air is reload yet again. it's been a theme this december. and the next batch is moving
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by the end of the week. these are your whirl values as you look towards wednesday evening. nearly 30 below zero, international falls and bismarck. 20 some marquette. and heading to chicago, by the time we get to thursday morning, that cold is sliding east. by friday, windchills 30 below zero in vermont, maine and even the higher elevations of massachusetts. actual air temps also very impressive. close to record low territory. about 15 below in in chicago by wednesday morning. 16 in st. louis. the core of that cold sliding east as we head into thursday. the coldest temps northeast arriving on friday. so, a really frigid stretch. also a bit of good news, moving to the west coast. the next storm system moving into california, heavy rainfall and snow up into oregon midweek. and then sliding back down the coast as we head into thursday. and that rain will get all the
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california and could cause flash flooding and much needed rainfall there. >> i'm meteorologist erik fisher for cbs news. a lufthansa flight diverted to new york following a bomb threat was given the all clear. the lufthansa flight called into headquarters in germany. the pilot went in as a precaution last night. passengers and crew were evacuated on the airbus. no one was injured. dragged a woman off a delta airlines flight. delta said she did not comply with proper boarding and tech procedures. one witness said she blew by the agent without checking in. she refused to leave the airplane when asked. the woman was taken into custody following the incident. dylann roof, the man accused of killing nine people in a charleston church had a list of otr black urches in his car.
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the emanuel ame church to do any more. the fbi found evidence taken from roof's father's home espousing white supremacist beliefs. the trial resumes today. and coming up on the "cbs this morning" -- a sign of solidarity. lebron james makes a political statement with a safety pin on his jacket. hazing ritual end.p, a baseball- this is the "cbs morning news." keep from having another one. for people who've been hospitalized for a heart attack. i take brilinta with a baby aspirin. no more than one hundred milligrams as it affects how well it works. brilinta helps keep my platelets from sticking together and forming a clot. brilinta reduced the chance of another heart attack. or dying from one. it worked better than plavix. >>don't stop taking brilinta without talking to your doctor since stopping it too soon increases your risk of clots in your stent, heart attack, stroke, and even death. brilinta may cause bruising or bleeding more easily,
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a court appearance in maryland by incoming first lady melania trump. she has filed a defamation against a blogger and a british tabloid for saying she once worked as an escort. both publications restraktstrac story. lebron james makes a statement on the cover of "sports illustrated." the cavalier star is wearing a safety pin, the new social media showing support for those who feel threatened by donald trump and his supporters. philly.com reports the sentencing of a former congressman for a killing. he was given a ten-year prison term. the democrat represented a philadelphia district for two decades. the "san francisco chronicle" reports that a sinkhole closed the beach south of the city. erosion washed out the beach
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here's a look forecast in some cities around is the country. a new device from panasonic redefines the old saying it's in the bag. it's a check out machine for convenience stores that calculates and then bags items by itself. shoppers still need to scan an item before putting it in their basket, though. the company is now demonstrating it in a store near its headquarters in japan. on "cbs moneywatch" bill gates launches a clean energy fund. and phoning it into santa claus. jill wagner is here. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. crude rose 2.5% pushing energy
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here on wall street, stocks finished mixed. the dow with another record high, though. 15 since the election. the dow gained 39 points. the s&p lost 2 points. nasdaq was also down, losing over 32 points. the federal reserve starts a two-day policy meeting today. it's expected that the fed will raise short-term interest rates for just the second time since the financial crisis. the fed has held interest rates at record lows since the great recession hoping to drive economic growth. a group of 20 investors headed by bill gates is starting a $1 billion fund to develop clean energy. gates said the fund called breakthrough energy ventures plans to make its initial investment next year. the money will initially go to reducing greenhouse emissions, agriculture and manufacturing. quest diagnostics said its been hacked. quest said the health information of about 34,000
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the data includes names and lab results but not social security numbers or any financial information. affected quest customers have been notified by mail. american express says it's giving workers 20 weeks of both parental and mental leave. and also offering $35,000 for adoption services and infertility treatments. and there's a to find out what kids want for christmas. trulio has set up a santa phone. parents set up a call during the website. that call is recorded and sent to parents' e-mails. anne-marie. >> i may call them up to cover my bases. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. thank you so much, jill.
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and in nightclubs but just before midnight on december 2nd, the dancing stopped. griffin was trapped inside the massive warehouse fire in oakland, california, 36 people died including griffin. saya was not there. in her grief, she remembered a moment the two shared in new york last year. they had just seen the "book of mormon" on broadway. on facebook she wrote, the city was so beautiful, amidst all the lights, i got to look at th brightest light of all. my sweetie. i cried and we kissed. a photographer nearby captured the moment. saya's red lipstick still on griffin's cheek. >> they looked like nobody else existed. >> reporter: arcan took the photo.
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new york for saya, this became everything. after the fire, she tried to track down the photograph to get a copy. maybe some facebook miracle could happen. please share, she wrote. thousands of people did. he saw the post and sent the picture. >> i can give her this picture as a memory of her loss of griffin. and i hope she will deep that forever. >> reporter: saya is not ready to talk about her loss. but she did write a tribute for griffin. i had been hoping for a miracle. a glimpse of my life, with the backing of my friends and ra and in this moment where time will always stand still, she never has to let go. ben tracy, cbs news, los angeles. well, coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," actress and pop star hailee steinfeld. i'm anne-marie green.
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dna evidence is freeing incident people from prison, but often after loosing decades of their lives. now, 30 states offer cosa of these former prisoners are ever paid. omar villafranca is looking the a case in tennessee. >> reporter: these days, lawrence mckinney can't seem to stay still. the 60-year-old has spent enough time sitting in one place. how long were you in prison? >> 31 years, 9 months, 18 days and 20 hours. >> reporter: you have it down to the hours? >> yes, sir.
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mckinney of rape and burglary in 1978. the victim identified him as one of two men who attacked her in her bedroom. he was sentenced to 115 years. what's going through your mind when you're hearing that now you're going to prison? >> i still could not believe because i thought that it was a dream or something. >> reporter: in 2008, dna testing of evidence scientifically excluded mckinney as a suspect. prosecutors said if this evidence had been available, there would have been no prosecution. >> i don't have no life. all my life was took away. >> reporter: in 2009, he was since then, mckinney has depended on odd jobs at his church just to pay the bills. under tennessee law, he could be eligible for up to $1 million compensation. but the parole board which hears such cases has ejected his request twice. >> in exoneration hearings, we
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convincing. she served on the parole board for 12 years. she heard mckinney's case. why wasn't the case by the district attorclear and convincing enough for you? >> because they didn't notice they didn't test everything that was ordered by the original judge to be tested. >> reporter: prosecutors say the two samples not tested either had no dna or were so degraded tests could not be performed. do you feel there's a guilty man walking? >> i have not been convinced he's innocent. >> it's not justice for him to not receive compensation for being wrongfully imprisoned. >> reporter: mckinney's lawyer jack lauerery has appealed the case to bill haslem who has the final say. >> there's been one mistake made where he was sent to prison. i trust that another one is not made that does not allow him exoneration. >> reporter: the governor could make a decision at any moment. afr waitin31 yearsor his freem, mckiny says he can wait a little longer. omar villafranca, cbs news,
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well, coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on exxonmobil ceo rex tillerson, donald trump's expected choice for secretary of state.f plus author talking about president obama's legacy on race. and you'll meet the new park service photographer. documenting part of o i'm on ellis island. coming up on "cbs this morning," we'll meet an old school photographer who sheds light by skillfully manipulating it. >> that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. thanks for watching, i'm anne-marie green.
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now at 4:30 - temperatures take aip overnight. it's frigid out there ... so get out your heavy coat, you'll need it. michael has your fforecast in just a couple of minutes. 3 plus--- president-elect onald trump"... comes to southeastern wisconsin today. it's his ?first stop? in the badger state... since winning the election. good morning! and thanks for joining us. today is tuesday december 13th. we're following a number of stories for you this morning...but we want to start with the bitter cold! you'll really want to bundle up this morning.we're feeling a drop in temperatures.and thisjust t beginning. jessica tighe and michael schlesinger are in the weather center this morning.morning! 3 3 ((???quick 30 second wx tease 5)

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