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it was able to capture the crazy dysfunction in all of our relationships, the sequel keeps it real too. thanks guys for the s behind the scenes selfie. and mia based this one on her role as mom of her son eleah. >> the only -- she was like, mom, she's almost 11, mom, get -prid of the kissing scenes, nobody likes kissing. >> keep your eyeballs open now for a nice greek boy, so one day you can make baby. >> dad, you can't say that to her. >> i fought very hard not the wear makeups in the opening scenes of the film because that's what i look like when i drive my daughter to school. i say i drag the same brush over my teeth and hair. i have gotten out of the car to put her band stuff into the car to put her band stuff inside the car and the panels my dress are flying and i'm like oh, my god, i'm that drunk mom. >> obviously you play a long-time married couple. what do you credit long lasting relationships in real life? >> do that
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thing and not, you know, have it go in one ear and out the other. >> you agree with that and anything you would like to add? >> i would say give presents, big preseets. >> like diamonds? >> what a amazing journey for her and her entire fam our "e.t" birthdays.
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the city" without cliff noth? welcome back to the show and tonight's "e.t" birthdays, whic big bang theory star was in a college frateenity? jim parsons. i was 100% wrong. he's 43 today.
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we are out of time. but we have one more thing for you to check out as we say good night. >> take care, everybody. >> here's your first look at fish moody con tomb.ack in her -- costume. and you're going to see paul ruben back in another season of the penguin's father. >> i couldn't believe it but all the costumes were made in budapest, this old thing? compared to this, i'm styling in everything. >> am i
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attack. one that uses cyberto perhaps soften the target, shut down control systems, or security system thousands, create openings, that provide opportunity for physical attackers then to -- to come on, on site. >> while extradition from iran seems unlikely, the fbi director said the world is small and our memory is long. scott, last year government accountability office told congress more needs to be done to secure the nation's power plants. kris van cleave, thank you very much. >> there was a measure of justice today for thousand of victims of murder. a u.n. court found the former leader of the bosnian serbs guilty of europe's worst mass slaughter since the holocaust. 70-year-old radovan karodich was sentenced. during the breakup of yugoslavia, karodich oversaw a campaign to drive all nonserbs from bosnia. in 1995, 8,000 muslim men and boys were rounded up and executed in cold blood in the
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he was behind the four year siege of sarajevo, a city that once hosted the olympics reduced to ruin by artillery and sniper fire. he defended himself, saying that bosnian serbs were fighting for his survival. his policy known as ethnic cleansing killed an estimated 100,000 victims. many muslim and roman catholic. and we'll be right back.
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issues of war and peace, immigration, and tax policy are on the minds of american voters this primary season. but not front and center for some of the candidates apparently. this day was about which republican could appear more macho defending the virtue of his wife. chip reid didn't find much virtue in any of it. >> donald you are a sniveling coward, leave heidi the hell alone. ted cruz responded angerly after donald trump retweeted pictures. cruz's wife heidi next to melania trump, the images are worth 1,000 words. >> let me be absolutely clear, our spouses and our children are off bounds. it is not acceptable for a big, loud, new york bully to attack my wife.
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exchange in a war of personal insults involving the two candidates wives. it began tuesday when this 16-year-old gq magazine photo of melania was posted by a super pac that supports cruz but not affiliated with his campaign. meet melani trump your next first lady, the caption reads or you could support ted cruz. trump fired back with this tweet. be careful, lying ted, or i will spill the beans on your wife. >> cruz responded the naked picture of melania didn't come from his campaign. he added -- donald, if you try to attack heidi you are more of a coward than i thought. heidi cruz campaigning for her husband wednesday said she wasn't worried about trump's threat to spill the beans about her. >> you probably know by now that most of the things that donald trump says have no base in reality. >> the tone of the campaign is leaving establishment republicans flabbergasted. spr
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>> when passions flare, ugliness is some times inevitable. we shouldn't accept ugliness as the norm. >> reporter: according to this week's cbs news "the new york times" poll trump is leading cruz among women republican primary voters by 14 points. but, scott, the news is not so good for trump among registered women voters nationwide. where only 19% view him favorably. >> chip reid, thanks. >> would a new law allow discrimination against gays? we will have that next.
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american airlines and pay pal among corporations critical of the new law in north carolina that they say will lead to discrimination against gays, lesbians and transgender people. georgia is considering a similar law and is feeling similar heat. david begnaud is there. >> reporter: atlanta is often called the hollywood of the sout
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>> cut it! >> reporter: because of tax incentives companies like disney film movies here. last year alone, georgia took in $2 billion from the film industry. but now at least nine corporations including disney have expressed concern with some threatening to pull their business out of the state if georgia passes the controversial law. it allows religious officials to refuse to perform same-sex marriages and would let faith based organizations deny services or employment to people who violate their "sincerely held religious belief." georgia joins 21 states that have passed similar laws. >> we believe it is very bad for business. >> reporter: ceo of atlanta's convention and visitors bureau. he says 20 companies have called him to say they will cancel their conventions if that bill becomes law. >> how much business does the city stand to lose? >> that would be close to $1 billion worth of economic impact to our city. >> are most companies waiting to see what the governor does? >> we believe heave will do the right thing. we asked our customer to let the process go thr.
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>> georgia's republican governor, nathan deal has not said if he would sign the bill. he spoke about it earlier this month. >> i don't think we have to have anything that allows discrimination in our state in order to protect people of faith. >> state senator greg kirk is a sponsor of the bill. >> give me an example of what your bill would do for somebody in georgia? >> say my wife and i want to start an adoption agency, faith based organization, we want to adopt out to traditional couples. it would protect us. >> georgia a governor has until may 3rd, to decide what he will do, he could veto the bill, sign it into law or do nothing at all. scott if the governor does nothing the bill automatically becomes law, july 1. >> david begnaud, thanks. comedian, actor gary shandling died today in los angeles. best known for playing a neurotic tv talk show host in the larry saer
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we end tonight with gloria gaynor because the library of congress chose her disco anthem for preservation as a key artifact of american culture. jim axelrod took a trip back in time to new jersey. >> 05, 03. >> reporter: when you are in gloria gaynor's rec room listening to her jukebox. what song do you think you are going to hear? ♪ at first i was afraid i was petrified ♪ ♪ thinking i could never live without you by my side ♪ ♪ then i spent so many nights thinking how you did me wrong ♪ ♪ i grew strong and i learned how to get along ♪ ♪ so you're back >> reporter: her 1978 hit "i will survive." what is it about the message
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that struck so many people? >> that song taps into the inherent survival instinct. and it taps into tenacity of the human spirit. ♪ i will survive ♪ but >> she wasn't singing lyrics off a sheet of music she was singing her own life story. growing up in poverty, the victim of childhood sexual abuse, she had an accident six months before recording the song that left her temporarily paralyzed from waist down heading into the studio. >> i am in a back brace here to below my hip. >> reporter: when you record "i will survive" you are doing it with a back brace on? >> yeah, yeah, yeah. that's why i was able to sing the song with such conviction. ♪ now i hold my head up high >> reporter: the song changed her life.
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number one in five countries. i will survive won gaynor a grammy while becoming the universal anthem for all those struggling to overcome challenges. ♪ now i'm saving all my loving for someone who's loving me ♪ >> was there any part of you that ever wish everything wasn't bound up in one song? >> i used to. but with this song, am i able to give people something that they take home with them? thsomeing that they make a part of their lives? >> you're describing a blessing. >> absolutely. it is absolutely a blessing. ♪ you think i'd crumble >> reporter: for the singer and for any one who has ever needed to hear her message. ♪ i will survive >> jim axel rod, cbs news. >> that's the "cbs overnight news" for this friday. for some the news continues. for others check back with us just a little bit later for the morning news and of course, cbs this morning. from the broadcast center in new york city. i'm scott pelley.
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>> announcer: this is the "cbs overnight news." welcome to the "cbs overnight news." i'm jerika duncan. the manhunt continues in belgium for two suspects leaded to the deadly terror attacks in brussels. bombs at the airport and train station left more than 30 people dead and hundreds more wounded. but it could have been worse, there are reports that two of the suicide bombers originally wanted to strike a nuclear site. a police raid uncovered ten hours of videos, the pair shot of a senior official in belgium's nuclear industry. meanwhile the men at the heart of both the brussels and paris terror attacks says he is ready to tell his side of the story. salah abdeslam will not fight extradition to france. charlie d'agata has more. >> reporter: the sadness of the senseless tragedy that has overwhelmed this country is fast giving way to anger that it d
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already the investigation has begun revealing a catalog of mistakes and missed opportunities that may have cost lives. the alleged bomb maker, najim laachraoui on the top of the list of suspects. thought to be the man on the left in the security picture he apparently managed to evade the manhunt and get to airport with a suitcase packed full of explosives and blow himself up. two suicide bombers, and brothers alike, ibrahim el bakraoui and khalid el bakraoui, now reports indicate both men may have been part of a plan to target a nuclear facility. manhunts are now under way for the last unidentified suspect at the airport. the man in the hat. and accomplice to the train bomber who belgian media reports is depicted in this drawing. the suspects of the twin attacks have been linked to the alleged
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who has been behind bars since his arrest last week. his lawyer, sven mary spoke with us after the hearing. >> he wants to go back to france. i think it's whatever. he had to go back to france. it changed his point of view. the beginning. he wanted -- that, that -- extradition to france took some more time. he changed his mind. >> reporter: a growing sense that abdeslam's capture serve ed for a trigger of the terror cell to strike the brussels airport and train station in the center of the capital in near simultaneous suicide attacks. and yet, another development, turkey is now saying that its security forces grabbed ibrahim el bakraoui, one of the suicide bombers at the airport, at the border with syria last summer and warned belgian authorities that he was "a foreign terrorist fighter." investigators are learning more about the sophisticated bombs used ie
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allen pizzey has the details. >> reporter: the bombs they set off were designed to reach maximum civilian casualties. investigators believe the bombs were made, using a white powder, tatp, among the jihadi circles known as "the mother of say dan." tuesday in brussels. 33 pounds of it and bomb making materials and 150 liters of acetate, water, suitcase of nails and screws were found in an apartment used by the bombers. most hideous ingredients nails and screws. this x ray shows what appears to be a bolt embedded in the chest of a victim. the scene of the airport was worse than anything he dealt with during a tour in afghanistan, the military nurse jan vass said. >> war injuries. a lot of bleedings, by shrapnel. legs were ripped off. things like that. you wouldn't normally see that. not in, it's --
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[ indiscernible ] >> not the kind of thing you expect in a civilian situation? >> not at all. not at all. >> reporter: the jihadis consider everywhere a war zone. the boston marathon bombers used pressure cookers filled with nails and ball bearings. paris attackers, used suicide vests, and showed high level of sophistication and the input of a master bomb maker according to a number of ex-perts. the real worry is how many of them are still out there. a report by the associated press, quoting unnamed officials says there are believed to be as many as 400 isis trained jihadis in europe, and waiting for a time and place to strike. here in the united states, government scientists in a race to devise a machine that can detect the explosive tatp. so far, the job has fallen to sniffer dogs. kris van cleave reports. >> fire in the hole! >> three, two, one!
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>> reporter: dr. jimmy oxly director of the university of rhode island center of explosives detection. the university has been given a million dollar grant by the department of homeland security for the senator for the volatile explosive tatp. >> you don't need pounds to cause catastrophic failure. [ explosion ] it took only 1/10 pound of tatp to rip apart this car door. [ sirens sounding ] belgian police seized 33 pounds of the explosive. that's 300 times more. tatp is made with hydrogen peroxide and acetone, items easily purchased at a drugstore. for years, we relied on bomb sniffing dogs to detect tatp. but with long hours and fatigue, they have their limits. >> this is the digital dog. >> reporter: from this campus lab, otto gregory designed a
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sensor that detects tatp. >> electronic trace depect, system that can do and compete with a dog. it doesn't need a break. it detects, 24/7. >> gregory says in close spaces the airport can detect amounts as small as one part per billion. he held this vial which contained trace amounts of tatp. within second the computer graph spiked alerting to the presence of the explosive. >> the sensor is sensing what you are holding in your hand? >> correct. as we speak. >> reporter: do you feel renewed sense of urgency to get it out there? >> i do. i do. we would like to get it out there yesterday. >> the device will enter real world testing later this year. the goal its to get it down to the size of a smart phone, installed on a turnstyle or worn by a police officer. kris van cleave, cbs news, new york. >> still no confirmation that any americans were killed in the brussels terror bombings. several u.s. citizens are listed as missing. vladamir duthiers reports.
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>> want to come to brussels and see him, this is not the way i want to go see him. >> sheila shulz is headed to belgium to track down her son. the tennessee native and wife stephanie from kentucky were inside the airport during the attack. >> one minute they were there. then they weren't. and we have been searching and looking for them ever since. sascha and alex, who lived in new york are among the missing. karen northshield, works as a personal trainer in brussels reportedly on the way to the u.s. to visit family. she is in intensive care expected to live. three more more -- three mormon missionaries survived the strike. mason wells treated for burns and shrapnel injuries. his parents are traveling to brussels to see him. >> the first step him, is he okay, his well being, what is his medical care. how do we get him home. nba hall of famer, dikembe mutuombo was inside the airport too. a few hundred feet from the first blast. he arrived back in atlanta. >> i w
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clothes will never fade. woolite darks. the owner of the atlanta falcons is joining the growing chorus of critics opposing georgia's proposed religious liberty law. it could cost him a super bowl in his new stadium. the bill would allow companies to refuse to hire or serve people because of their sexual orientation. governor nathan diehl hasn't said whether he will sign the deal. david begnaud reports. >> it is all about business. you have entertainment come pans that will rekid doing business in georgia. if the governor signs the bill. take the nfl and the atlanta falcons. play at the georgia dome and have for years. on this side they're building mercedes-benz stadium. $1.4 billion project that the falcons owner hopes will bring the super bowl back to atlanta. but experts say those chances
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the tax man sure has been kind to ant man. and other eydisn movies filmed in georgia. the state's generous tax in send -- incentives have provided a warm welcome to filmmakers. but now, some studios say that southern hospitality is being tested by a proposed law they believe discriminates against the lgbt community. disney issued a statement saying, we will plan to take our business elsewhere. should any legislation allowing discriminatory practices be signed into state law. similar sentiments have been voiced by amc networks which films the walking dead in georgia as well as other corporations. viacom, delta, coke cola, unilever, intel, and reps for two of georgia's sports teams, the falcons and the braves. >> god loves everyone, sir! >> the vocal debate between
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focused on georgia governor nathan diehl who must decide to sign the free exercise protection act. it would not only allow religious officials to refuse to perform same-sex marriages and allow faith based organizations to deny services or employment to people who violate their "sincerely held religious belief." state senator craig kirk is a sponsor of the bill. >> give me an example of what your bill would do for somebody in georgia? >> let's say my wife and i want to start an adoption agency want it to be faith based organization. we only want to adopt out to traditional couples. it would protect us. >> opponents say the bill legalizes discrimination. >> movie studios are really thinking twice about whether or not they want to send their contractors and employees to work for an extended period of time. nobody wants to place their -- employees at risk for discrimination. >> the governor says he has until the first week of may to decide whether or he
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>> from georgia to alabama now where republican governor robert bentley is fighting off charges that he was having an affair with one of his top aide. bentley admits he may have engaged in improper conduct, but insists he will not resign. his wife has already filed for divorce. demarco morgan halls the story. >> i love many members of my staff. in fact all the members of my staff. do i love more than i dupe others -- that i do? you know, some more than others, absolutely. >> two term alabama republican governor robert bentley stood in front of a throng of reporters wednesday in montgomery and apologized for making sexually suggestive comments to one of his top political advisers. >> i have never had a physical affair with mrs. mason. i can assure the people of alabama that as their governor i have never done anything illegal. >> reports say 42-year-old
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rebecca mason, 30 years bentley's junior is a married mother of three. the governor referred to her as his closest aide. audio tapes obtained by alabama video group revealed sexually explicit excerpts said to be between bentley and mason. [ indiscernible ] >> there was a period of time i can't really say exactly the length of time. but it was over, you know, i didn't want to say, a period of months. i am not going to say that. i am just saying that, it was a period of time in my life. that i have made inappropriate comments. >> but despite the comments, which suggest a physical relationship. the governor maintains that nevepp
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absolutely. that's what i am saying today. the 73-year-old said his comments on the recordings were made at least two years ago and that he never actually heard the tapes. i have been told about the possibilities of tapes for -- for two years. and i have never heard tapes or seen tapes. >> until now. seven months ago governor bentley's wife of 50 years, filed for divorce citing their marriage suffered a breakdown. we have reached out to the governor and his aide, but we have yet to hear back from both of them. >> after four years of drought, the el nino rains swamping the west coast are called the march miracle. reservoirs are filling up. the snow pack in the mountains is healthy. but scientists don't want to be waiting for another miracle the next time the rainto
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carter evans has that story. >> reporter: rainfall like this is so rare in southern california that los angeles county is hoping to squeeze out every drop. by cloud seeding from stations like this one. >> there are ten locations throughout the san diego mountains. >> the l.a. county department of public works, which has paid half a million dollars to a cloud seeding contractor promising to make more rain. >> when you say the term cloud seeding, a lot of people think it is just hocus-pocus. >> this actually comes with a lot of science. >> cloud seeding works with silver iodide particles sprayed into a saturated cloud and act like a nucleus that is water vapor that freezes into ice. once the ice is heavy enough it falls and melts to become rain. is it wishful thinking. >> it is wishful thinking. >> gram stevens studies clouds and weather system for nasa.
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>> does cloud seeding work? >> it has been shown under certain circumstances it works very marginal way. difficult to prove how much increase has occurred. >> l.a. county officials insist they can get up to 15% more rainfall with no health risks. >> do people have to worry that their water systems may be contaminated from cloud seeding? >> absolutely not. cloud seeding is safe. >> how much more water do you think you can get out of the clouds? >> based on the 50 year study. 1.5 million gallons a year. >> that would be a welcome site in southern california's depleted reservoirs. carter evans, cbs news, los angeles. >> the "cbs overnight news" will be right back.
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elvis presley scored a big hit with "viva las vegas." these days the vegas strip seems to be turning its back on the king. john blackstone reports. ♪ one for the money two for the show three to get ready now go, cat, go ♪ >> reporter: for decade the las vegas strip. ♪ke roct man has been home to some of the biggest acts in entertainment. today performers like celine
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dion, jlo and britney play shows for weeks bringing crowd and cash to sin city. for that, they can say thanks to elvis. ♪ ♪ elvis really set the stage for artists to come to las vegas at the peek of their career and play extended period of time. we have so many artists that have followed. ♪ ♪ >> reporter: when elvis sang viva las vegas in his 1964 movie it became the city's unofficial theme song. ♪ viva las vegas >> reporter: the king's persona became a symbol of the city's excess. but he hasn't been here for 40 years. >> oh, i have had some elvis sightings recently. >> the former las vegas mayor and his wife, prefer to be driven by elvis on special occasions. >> people would come to las va
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he had a phenomenal influence on our community. his influence inspired so many impersonators that long after his death in 1977 it seemed hard to believe that elvis was gone. ♪ your kiss will lift me >> reporter: recently there are signs that vegas is leaving elvis behind. >> thank you very much. who is -- there is a time when there will be one or two elvises left. >> officiating vegas weddings as elvis for seven years. this year, business is way down. >> we have 15% of our weddings elvis. a year ago, doing 40%. >> pretty steep. >> that isn't the only place the elvis brand appears to be all shook up. ine viva elvis show was canceled 2012 after a relatively short
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elvis museum exhibit closed last month because of poor attendance and ongoing lawsuit. on the vegas strip, there are only two all elvis themed shows still playing. the star of this one at planet hollywood is energetic. audience enthusiastic. elvis fans aren't as young as they used to be. >> with the nightclubs and day clubs. you are seeing a younger crowd atacted to las vegas. the notion that you see elvis impersonator thousands up and down the strip is inaccurate. >> the younger crowd isn't looking back. neither is las vegas. mobsters are preserved in the mob museum. the liberacci museum, dedicated to a man a fix chur in vegas has closed. the only place with show girls in vegas on oscar goodman's arms. in a city so anxious to move into the future it routinely
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it may be surprising elvis lasted as long as he did. >> you miss him. nobody could take his place. right now. we replaced him with the people, finger on the record. i don't know what you call it, t ain't elvis presley, that's for damn sure. >> reporter: rest assured there remains those here that say while elvis may have left the building, he'll never leave vegas. ♪ viva las vegas >> john blackstone, las vegas. >> the "cbs overnight news" will be right back.
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it's friday, march 25th, 2016. this is the "cbs mornig news." the hunt continues for the remaining brussels attackers while belgian officials admit they missigned tuesday's terror attacks. >> you mess with my wife and my kids that will do it every time. donald, you're a coward and leave heidi alone. >> ted cruz takes a shot at donald trump as a twitter war over the candidates' wives escalates. >> garry shandling, the comedian


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