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gold medal for the u.s. >> have you thought about a wheaties box? >> what is that? >> what's a wheaties box? >> yeah. >> reporter: i told you he was young. steve hartman on the road in beaufort, south carolina. >> that is the "cbs overnight news" for this monday. for some of you the news continues. for others check back with us a little later for the morning news and "cbs this morning." from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm jeff glor. captioning funded by cbs it's monday, january 11th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." legendary and influential singer and songwriter david
battle of cancer. >> el chapo was captured following a month-long hunts prison. and the largest lottery jackpot ever. wednesday's powerball drawing now worth an estimated $1.3 billion. 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. we are following breaking news from the music world. pop icon david bowie has died after a battle with cancer. he was 69 years old. mark phillips is in london with a look at the singer's groundbreaking career. mark, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the announcement was a brief one this morning and it caused shock, not just in the music world and the broader cultural world, but right around the world, in fact, such was the influence of david bowie's character and characters over
he died yesterday, according to a family release on twitter, surrounded by family and after, as you say, an 18-month battle with cancer. reflections about david bowie's career have been coming, not just from the music world but the political world. any appreciation of bowie's life any obituary has to deal with more than one character but with a series of rock and artistic characters he created over the course of his career, beginning probably with the one people find most familiar, the ziggy sar dust, major tom character which was one of his major hits, but his influence and his career through two or three more decades of rock and pop is just beginning to be appreciated now. the shocking news that he has
truly shocking. he just put out a cd on friday and no one expected this and very few people knew he was battling cancer. mark phillips in london, thank you. the cartel leader known as el chapo was captured friday after a dramatic manhunt. we are learning new details about actor sean penn's role in the apprehension of the world's most wanted drug lord. don champion reports. >> reporter: drug kingpin guzman is back in prison that tumbled out of six months ago but had he days may be numbered. mexican authorities have begun the process to send him to the united states. while most of his lawyers are exciting extradition, a news source told cbs news el chapo to
six weeks. he was captured friday after a violent shoot-out with mexican greens. he had been on the june since july and always managing to stay one step ahead of investigators. his downfall may have been a meeting with actor sean penn in october. mexico's attorney said he wanted to make a deal about himself. actress kate del castillo brought penn and guzman together in a jungle and after years of denying he was in the drug trade, guzman told penn and "rolling stone" magazine, quote, i supply more her owen, methamphetamine, cocaine and marijuana than anybody else in the world. those words may come back to haunt guzman if he eventually faces trial in the u.s.
york. lottery officials say the powerball jackpot has grown to the most in world history. it is an estimated $1.3 billion. brian webb reports on the growing excitement ahead of the next drawing. >> reporter: do you feel lucky? the largest lottery the world has ever seen is up for grabs this wednesday. >> i think i'm the one. i'm a lucky guy. i'm a lucky guy. >> reporter: no one matched all six powerball numbers after saturday's drawing, even though lottery official say about 75% of all possible number combinations were used. the odds of winning the $1.3 billion prize? 292 million to 1. powerball signs like this one are stuck at 999 million because they can't register into the billions. it's never been done before. the powerball has ballooned since its november 4th starting point of $40 million. >> get my ticket now. thanks to you. >> reporter: the winner can
over 29 years or a lump sum cash payment of $806 million, with a chunk going to federal income taxes. that kind of cash is bringing out young and old veterans and beginners and powerball players dreaming of what they would do with all of that cash. >> i'd pay off my kitchen, houses, like, take them all on a vacation. >> actually, probably change my name and move to some island somewhere. >> reporter: people living in 44 states, as well as the district of columbia, the u.s. virgin islands and puerto rico can play powerball. the next drawing is this wednesday. good luck. brian webb for cbs news. >> good luck, indeed. well, police in italy vow this morning to capture the killer of an american found dead in her florence apartment. the body of 35-year-old ashley olsen was discovered saturday. her neck was bruised and scratched. back home in florida, friends say she was adventurous and full
>> she had her special spark and anyone that met her, loved her. she never met anyone that didn't like her. >> police have questioned olsen's boyfriend who is a local artist in florence but police say they have no suspect. a possible new threat. a tipster tells police the gunman behind the ambush of an officer in his car last week is part of a larger group of radicals. they may be planning more attacks. police and the fbi are investigating the credibility of that tip. southwest florida, residents are cleaning up this morning after a dangerous tornado roared through saturday evening. the twister damaged homes and scattered debris for miles in cape coral. it ripped down trees and power lines but no serious injuries. hollywood's biggest stars gathered last night for the golden globe awards.
indicator who might take home an oscar next month. chris martinez has more on the night's surprises and big winners. >> reporter: and the golden globe goes to "the revenant." >> taking home the statues for best picture, drama, best director, and best actor. leonardo dicaprio. >> i want to share this world with all of the nations represented in this film. >> oh, i can't believe this! >> reporter: brie larson took home the best actress for a drama and jennifer lawrence won for best actress for "joy." matt damon. but it was sylvester stallone won best supporting actor for his reprisal for rok balboa in the movie "cream."
rocky balboa for being the best friend i ever had! >> reporter: the globes honor the best in television and this year, for the first time, streaming services like netflix garnered more nominations than cable and broadcast networks. amazon's "the jungle" took home two awards for best tv series and best supporting actor. >> relax. i'm going to try to be nice. >> reporter: ricky gervais returned this year to host the award's broadcast. chris martinez, cbs news, beverly hills. coming up on the "morning news." the road to iowa. a poll shows a new leader in the race among the republican candidates but donald trump says he is not worried. this is the "cbs morning news." each day is a game of chance. pi wanted to put the odds in my favor. pso my doctor told me about botox an fda-approved treatment that significantly reduces headache days for adults with chronic migraine.
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the next closest contender, marco rubio, is at 14. on the cbs "moneywatch." "cbs this morning" reveals its chinese made car and a home of the -- the home rather of the playboy bunny is up for sale. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. shanghai kos composite dropped 6%. the nikkei is closed for a holiday. the markets in the u.s. reopened in a few hours after a tumultuous week on wall street that left the indices in the red. dow plunged 1,082 points last week and s&p 500 dropped 122 points. the nasdaq fell 364 points, or more than 7%. we are getting our first look at general motors buick and vision crossover. the first new vehicle that is in
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. in sports, so far, the nfl playoffs, each wildcard team has advanced to the divisional playoffs. green bay's aaron rodgers threw for a pair of touchdowns and the packers ran for two scores. green bay beat the redskins 35-18. in minnesota, the game time temperature was minus 6 with a minus 24 windchill. the game came down to a 27-yard field goal attempt by the vikings blair walsh with 26 seconds left. he had made three previous attempts but missed this one. the seattle seahawks hung on to beat minnesota 10-9. and so here is what the playoff picture looks like going into this weekend's divisional round.
the broncos will see the pittsburgh steelers. both of those matchups are right here on cbs. seattle will go on the road against carolina. and green bay plays arizona. in hockey, a milestone goal for washington's alex ovechkin. he notched his 500th and 500 and first career goal as the caps pounded ottawa 7-is. ovechkin is the 43rd player and fifth fastest to reach the 500 goal mark in history. four teenagers are in custody in new york for allegedly assaulting a young
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here is another look at this morning's top stories. legendary singer david bowie died sunday after an 18-month battle with cancer. his five decade career was marked by innovation and a string of hits, like "fame" "heroes" and "let's dance." bowie was 69. mexico was begun extraditing king ping el chapo to the united states. the process could take months. he was recaptured after an intense manhunt. mexican authorities say a meeting with actor sean penn helped lead to his capture. president obama revisited his guantanamo pledge and four teens he are in custody for an alleged assault in new york. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstands. four of the five people accused of gang raping a teenager, surveillance video in a store captured the teens before the attack. police say the group assaulted
brooklyn park thursday after forcing her father to leave at gunpoint. two suspects are 15 and one is 14 and the fourth is 17. the "atlanta journal-constitution" reports on the arrest of a woman accused of stealing $4 million worth of jewels. police arrested 24-year-old abigail lee kemp outside of atlanta on friday. the fbi says she has been linked to jewelry store robberies in five southern states. "the hill" reports the white house renewed its promise to close guantanamo by the end of the president's final term. u.s. terrorist detention facility in cuba is expensive and, quote, bad for our national security. the u.s. army corps of engineers opened a spillway in louisiana two divert part of the rising mississippi river. it's draining some water from the river, sending 1.25 million
lake pontchartrain every second. mass transit riders around the world thumb their pants while riding mass transit on sunday. the annual no pants subway ride was born here in new york back in 2002 as a prank and since has spread across the nation and to 60 other countries. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we remember music legend david bowie. i'm anne-marie green. and this is the "cbs morning news." our digestive systems handle a lot over the holidays. 20 hours of anxiously fighting crowds to find the perfect gifts. cooking for family meals where we eat over 15 pounds of turkey and sides. no wonder after all that our digestive systems can act up. so try activia for 2 weeks! enjoying activia twice a day for two weeks may help reduce the frequency of bloating, gas, discomfort or rumbling. try activia. dannon shoulders don't just carry pads. they carry your fans' passions, hopes, and dreams
was delivered in october. last night, "60 minutes" took us to the syrian base where russia is launching air strikes to support the syrian regime. >> reporter: it was almost midnight when our plane took off outside of moscow. as we started to take pictures out the windows, we were told no. something we heard often during the next three days. what is this? >> no, no, no. >> reporter: this was the first face we saw after landing. that is syrian president bashar al assad. this once was a syrian airport. since the summer, the russians have built barracks and brought in 4,000 personnel, paved roads, rolled in truckloads of equipment and munitions, erecting a bit of russia in the heart of a assad controlled syria. this is mostly friendly territory. at least 20 miles from the closest front lines. but the russians aren't taking
helicopter gun ships constantly patrolled the perimeter. they took us out along newly extended runways to watch a steady series of planes taking off. the roar was decimating. the russians invited about a dozen news organizations on this tour of the latakia air base. they especially wanted us to take note of their newest fire bomber the su-34. our russian guide in syria, major generally igor shenko is the chief spokesman for the ministry of defense. over the previous 24 hours, he said, 320 insurgents and 34 armored vehicles were destroyed. independent monitoring groups told us some of the planes we saw taking off did bomb isis targets, but most bombed more
regime, groups like the u.s.-backed free syrian army and the syrian arm of actedship al qaeda. >> to watch the rest of bill whitaker's report, logon to cbsnews.com cbsnews.com cbsnews.com. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a major government announcement that could dramatically reduce crashes on our roads. we will have the exclusive details. plus, norah speaks with the new acting secretary of education john king about the future of common corps. and music mogul russell simmons joins us in the studio. that is the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green.