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captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, november 23rd, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." a blast of the cold snowy, and wet weather will hit parts of the u.s. today, just as millions of people hit the roads for thanksgiving. so love and comfort to these families. help and hold them in their weakest hours. >> a community is mourning the loss of five children killed in a school bus crash and heartbroken parents are speaking out. and shifting positions.
his campaign promises, including his threat to investigate hillary clinton. 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. if you are traveling today for thanksgiving, odds are the weather won't be an issue. weather in most of the country is calm, but there are a few exceptions. overnight, more snow fell in eastern minnesota. the storm over the plains will move to the great lakes by tomorrow morning. in the pacific northwest, there is snow in the mountains, but the big concern is more rain. and in upstate new york, they are cleaning up what was a record snowfall in some areas. chief meteorologist eric fisher of our boston station wbz has more on the holiday weather. >> reporter: we continue to track the storm system which is slowly moving across the country, brought some snow yesterday to the upper midwest and now it heads eastbound and
will still see showers and a few thunderstorms and a wintry mix the graks and move into the northeast on thanksgiving day. a lot of that rain, unfortunately, in the southeast all dries up which is good for travel but not necessarily for the drought that continues there. stormiest area is the pacific northwest and strong moves in on late thanksgiving and mountain snow reaching down into northern california and also bring f snowfall in for the thanksgiving holiday. cascades upwards of three feet of snow in the highest elevations. airports hubs, wednesday, minor delays around minneapolis, chicago and seattle. on thanksgiving itself watching places like new york, light precipitation, maybe a few delays and, again, seattle will be the story and coast-to-coast, your thanksgiving looks like this. pretty mild and dry across the southern states and a light
cities but a little stormy science around the twin cities. today is a busy travel day of the year. 48.7 million americans are expected to travel more than 50 miles this thanksgiving, that is according to aaa. the vast majority of travelers, more than 43 million will be driving. that is nearly a 2% increase over last year. gas prices are the cheapest in nearly a decade. well, more than 3.5 million americans are expected to travel by air, an 1.5% from last year. they are advised to get to those airports early. coming up on "cbs this morning," more on your thanksgiving travel outlook. president-elect donald trump is taking some heat this morning from some of the people who helped get him elected. they are upset because mr. trump is backing off of some of the things he promised during the campaign. he is in florida to celebrate the holiday. he is apparently offered a cabinet post to a former rival.
york. >> reporter: president-elect donald trump is inching closer to naming more cabinet picks even as he celebrates the thanksgiving holiday with his family in florida. mr. trump has reportedly offered the post of secretary of housing and urban development to ben carson. several outlets are reporting mr. trump could select south carolina governor nikki haley as u.s. ambassador to the united states as early as today. president-elect donald trump landed in florida on night with several key roles in his administration yet to be filled. among them housing and urban secretary and a position ben carson says he is up for. >> i'd say it's on the table. it certainly has been a long-term interest of mine. >> reporter: earlier in the day, the president-elect met behind closed doors with reporters and editors at "the new york times" and seemed to back away from some of his most controversial campaign rhetoric.
come, right? i will appoint a special prosecutor. >> reporter: live said i don't want to hurt the clintons. she went through a lot and suffered greatly in many different ways. >> it's a hoax. >> reporter: the president-elect also reversed course on the issue of climate change, telling "the times" i think there is some connectivity between humans and climate change. mr. trump also stood by his pick for senior white house steve bannon, formerly head of the conservative website breitbart and once considered for the head of alt right a group popular with white nationali nationalists. trump told "the times" i don't want to energize the group and disavow the group. on bannon if i thought he was a racist or alt right i wouldn't even think about hiring him. when it comes to his involvement in his businesses as president,
telling the reporters the loss is totally on my side after laying out his plans for the first 100 days in a youtube video this week, mr. trump is expected to release another video message today. this one focusing on thanksgiving. >> hena daniels in new york, thank you so much, hena. chattanooga police say the school bus driver charged in a fatal crash was driving well above the speed limit when he lost control. five students were killed when the bus left the road and crashed into a tree on monday. charged with five counts of vehicular homicide. mateen had three sisters on the bus and one told him she could not get out and she was pronounced dead. >> she was trapped beneath the seat. that's it. all she did. >> parents said they complained about walker's driving in the past inspect he is due in court
critical condition. another police shooting. this time at wayne state university in detroit was shot in the adequate hen in critical condition. the officer was investigating possible theft last night and radio he is about to question someone. last night a man considered a person of interest was taken into custody and police say they have no motive. there are other police shootings building week in texas, missouri, and florida. four people were injured by a fire at a louisna refinery. the victims were rushed to a hospital in baton rouge listed in critical condition. the fire started when workers tried to restart the unit following repair work. the exxonmobil refinery is the fourth largest in the u.s. authorities say more wildfires are being deliberately set each day in the southeast. currently, there are 44 uncontained wildfires burning in the south. some of the largest are in western north carolina. firefighters are battling drought conditions and high
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those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the san antonio -- my san antonio reports on the remarks about a killing of a city police detective. from the man accused of the crime, otis mckane lashed out at somebody that didn't deserve it when he lashed out at marconi. he was married between sunday and th t a protester might lose her left arm. her father says she was injured by a concussion grenade thrown by police early monday when authorities confronted demonstrators in north dakota. police say no concussion grenade were used. philly.com reports a man was injured yesterday when a packaged delivered to his philadelphia home exploded. the 60-year-old man is hospitalized with injuries to
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. ? i've got plenty to be thankful for ? >> for >> the international space station is keeping with thanksgiving tradition even in orbit. like master chef, nasa astronaut shane kimbrough went through tomorrow's menu. >> here is turkey. this is our cornbread dressing and put water in and heat it up.
space. not even thanksgiving. the astronauts will put in a full day's work and then feast on their packets of dehydrated delicacies. feast? that may be a strong word. on on the cbs "moneywatch." millions lose out on overtime pay and a strike may delay your amazon package. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. >> reporter: the record setting wall street. the dow passed 19,000 mark for the first time ever. traders made these hats on friday and got to wear them yesterday. a little cheer on the floor when the dow hit that milestone. overall, the dow gained 67 points yesterday and the s&p picked up four and the nasdaq finished 17 points higher. opec could agree to a deal to cut oil production at its meeting next week but backing
crude lost 21 cents yesterday but the international standard rose 22 cents a barrel. a texas judge blocked a regulation that would have extended overtime eligibility to more than 4 million workers. it was supposed to take effect december 1st. 21 state attorneys general and a coalition of business groups sued to block the regulation. the injunction is temporary but the decision indicates the judge may side with the plaintiffs. wells fargous permission from federal regulators before handing departing executives called golden parachutes. the new restriction on operations is the latest fallout from the sales scandal that rocked the bank. wells fargo agreed to a 184 million dollar settlement after admitting employees opened up accounts that customers didn't ask for. the bank fired about 5,300 workers for opening those fake accounts. as the holiday shopping season gets into full swing,
carries packages for amazon and dhl walked off the job. about 250 pilots at abx air went on strike yesterday. the airline operates about 35 daily flights for amazon and 45 for dhl. the pilots say the airlines is understaffed and they are forced to work on days off without getting time in return. not good news for people who are ordering gifts. >> indeed. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. coming up on "cbs this cornell, as retailers gear up for black friday sales. but still ahead, a class of heroes. we will show you this year's honorees for the presidential medal of freedom. >> extraordinary americans who have lifted our spirits, strengthened our union, pushed us towards progress. gia, i kept on top of things. i was a doer. then the chronic, widespread pain slowed me down.
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no, it's not a new wing in a wax museum. the latest recipients of the presidential medal of freedom took the mannequin challenge yesterday at the white house. lots of famous faces in there. president obama lauded the contributions of the 21 honorees and our jan crawford found t after receiving the nation's highest civilian honor. >> i am the president, he is the boss. ? ? born in the usa ? >> reporter: in music, they reign supreme. on the silver screen, they are legends. >> you talking to me? >> no crying in baseball! >> reporter: there was the dean of baseball announcer vin scully. >> when that crowd is roaring,
greatest basketball players to ever play the game. michael jordan. >> michael jordan is the michael jordan of greatness. >> reporter: and kareem abdul-jabbar. >> physically and intellectually and spiritually, kareem is one of a kind. >> reporter: the president is saying that you are a person who is more than what you do with the basketball. >> absolutely. but i've always believed that can i do more than stuff the ball through a hoop. my greatest and i try to use it for the good. >> reporter: most of the honorees are long accustomed to picking up awards. >> the name de niro is unanimous with tough guy. >> reporter: but robert de niro says it's more. >> who would think i would be doing? i think someone who wants to do things in the arts and whatever
through it and try to do the same thing. >> reporter: not all were well known. maya lin. >> we all followed our passion. >> reporter: how big after deal is this? >> to get this medal, it's really significant. it's something that all americans can say that you done good. >> reporter: and that is something you can say about all 21 honorees. jan crawford, cbs news, the white house. the national hockey league's commissioner was ready when he was greeted by jeers in las vegas. >> no, no, keep the booing. that now proves you're an nhl city. >> gary bettman was in sin city yesterday as the new league unveiled its new name. the vegas golden knights will play next season as the nhl's 31st team. coming up after your local
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butterball turkey top flying. this is steve. how can i help you? >> i hope you can. this is really a question about stuffing. >> okay. do you call it stuffing or dressing? >> i call it >> okay. wrong answer. bye-bye! >> stephen colbert manning the butterball help line with only enough time for talking turkey. with emotions still pretty high after a divisive campaign season, this thanksgiving could be a cornucopia of anxiety and tension for many families. dr. jon lapook went in search of a holiday cure.
rang school in new york, students are singing about math but you don't have to understand algebra to know about the important equation being taught here. kindness equals tolerance. 13-year-old asha rob is in the fifth grade. >> one of the most important thing is to accept people's differences and know we will never be the same and to be proud of your differences. >> how is that squaring what you've been hearing this past election? >> i feel like many didn't respect each other's different views and different opinions during this election. >> reporter: what do your teachers tell you about communicating with each other? >> you have to be sure that you don't offender th them. you try your best not to offend them but still get your point across. >> if wurn persone person belie thing and you you believe
opinions. i'm okay with that. >> reporter: at international night, students learned to walk in other people's shoes. ? >> reporter: and appreciate customs' foods from around the world. >> may i try one of these? >> there you go. >> reporter: 13-year-old eighth grader william embry help emcee the event. people will what are your feelings about thanksgiving? >> a family stay true to what really matters is family and friends and you should always be kind to each other on. >> reporter: over time, stress can lead to serious health challenges, from anxiety and depression to heart attack and stroke, so this thanksgiving treating each other with a dose of kindness, tolerance, and common courtesy may you just what the doctor ordered. dr. jon lapook, cbs news, los angeles. >> sounds like a great prescription. coming up after your local
more on your thanksgiving travel, as millions of americans fly or hit the highway. plus, mo rocco has tips for politically divided families in getting through awkward family relations through the wake of the election and dr. david agus tells us whether eating a huge turkey meal can take a toll on your health. that is the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green.
takata airbags aren't defective. now more than 2 million cars will be allowed to stay on the road. is your safety at risk? your paycheck won't be getting a boost next month. the new overtime law has been blocked -- for now. stalked through an app, by a teacher. his sentence is upsetting parents. good morning and welcome to "10 news early morning." i'm allison kropff. lets get a look at #10weather with meteorologist ashley batey.