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in your career you were mentored by sean combs, p. diddy, puff daddy, the p. diddy puff. >> everybody is a monday tor. >> james: is this true, because of him you either don't sleep or you have trouble sleeping srk that right? >> insomniac, yeah t is hard to sleep. the motto is you get enough rest when you are deadment but recently i sent him a text, yeah, keep it going, you know, don't get any sleep until you're dead. he is like that doesn't work any more. >> james: so how many hours of sleep do you get a night. >> with a child who keeps me up until 2 in the morning, sometimes, man, i might get, who knows, like four hours of sleep. >> how can he look like that. >> james: i know, lack at him. >> great, thank my mother, man, thank my mother. >> reggie: >> james: regie, do you have a question for any of our guests tonight? >> reggie: you know it. tonight's question goes to everybody on the couch. if you were playing a board game that cr
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between friends, would you attack the friends outside of the game and say never play that game like that or i will excommunicate you or would you just be like if is just a game, come on man. (laughter) >> what? the second one. >> yeah, the second one, whatever that was. >> reggie: i think you're correct. >> james: they're absolutesly correct. please thank our incredible guests, usher, luke ever ans, lindsey buckingham and christine mcvie are here when we come back. 7 ♪ one look at you and i can't disguise ♪ ♪ i've got hungry eyes ♪ applebee's 2 for $20. now that's eatin' good in the neighborhood.
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helen: fand every year,, we get a giwe split it equally. except for one of us. i write them a poem instead. and one for each of you too. and one for each of you too. helen: cool. that actually yours... that one. yeah. regardless, we're stuck with the bill. to many, words are the most valuable currency. last i checked, stores don't take words. man: some do. oh. (alert beeps) not everyone can be the poetic voice of a generation. i know, right? such a burden. pay back a friend day is october 17th. get the bank of america mobile banking app today.
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for words left unsaid ♪ the rains came and washed away my fear ♪ i heard you whisper in my ear ♪ i won't lay down lay down for free ( cheers and applause ) ♪ i won't lay down lay down for free ♪ for free ( cheers and applause ) ♪ for free ♪ ♪ i touched you ♪ but you were not alone
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♪ for free ( cheers and applause ) ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ( cheers and applause ) >> james: ladies and gentlemen, what about that! it's beautiful, thank you so much. what an incredible performance, lindsey buckingham and christine mcvie, tickets to their tour out right now. come on back, everybody. (applause) ♪
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y2i1vy y16fy tonight, harvey weinstein in seconds rehab? >> i'm not doing okayment i got to get help. >> what we just learned about his treatment. why the nypd is now involved and the new a list actresses speaking out.
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>> beyonce's fierce new music video with her mini mes. >> i went on a bender. >> demi lovato on her addiction and how she stayed clean. >> i feel like a their miss at times. hove over, "carpool karaoke" -- >> i think i got my wish list, which pokemon is this. >> inside the new show pitting stars against stars. >> it's all right. we're dropping mike on "entertainment tonight." >> kate beckinsale joins the list of ever growing women sharing her story of an inappropriate with harvey weinstein. >> he's under investigation by police in new york and london. meanwhile, weinstein had plenty to say when he faced the cameras before he headed out of town. >>
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i'm trying. i got to get help. we all make mistakes. second chance, i hope. >> weinstein spoke publicly for the first time since the sexual harassment scandal broke. >> i'm hanging in -- i'm trying my best. >> the 65-year-old was at his daughter's house yesterday afternoon before taking this private jet to arizona. >> get some help, man. >> that's where weinstein had planned to go to an inpatient treatment center for sex rehab, but a source tells us today that's not happening. instead, weinstein will receive treatment at a private arizona residence where therapists will come to him. meanwhile, kate beckinsale is the latest actress to speak out about weinstein's startling behavior. she says that when she was 17, she was told to go to weinstein's london hotel room where he opened the door in his bathrobe. she writes, after declining alcohol and announcing that i had school in the morning, i left, uneasy but unscathed. a few years later he asked me if he had tried anything with me in that first meeting. i realized he couldn't remember
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if he had assaulted me or not. so far, by our count, at least 30 women have come forward publicly to say that weinstein sexually harassed or assaulted them. after "the new york times" broke the story, weinstein's lawyer called the reporting saturated with false and defamatory statements. "e.t." has confirmed that both london's scotland yard and the nypd have launched investigations into allegations against the producer. and look at this -- "time" magazine, out tomorrow, with the headline "producer. predator. pariah." today actor ryan gosling weighed in, tweeting, i'm deeply disappointed in myself for being so oblivious to these devastating experiences of sexual harassment and abuse. a lot of young women in hollywood are hoping the attention will lead to change. >> i think that it's very important that people speak up, >> so many woman are so bravely coming forward. i think the culture has to change. >> now an
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picture arts and sciences is holding a meeting. to breech academy of film is tv already suspended his membership. >> beyonce dropped her new video. a youthful twist to her global girl power track. ♪ im-a keep running 'cause a winner don't quit on themselves ♪ freedom freedom ♪ i can't move >> an empowering reimagination of beyonce's anthem, "freedom." ♪ i break chains all by myself >> the video was released on "international day of the girl." it features fierce young females from around the globe lipsyncing to beyonce's battle cry. ♪ i'm-a wade, i'm-a wade through the water ♪ >> hoping to raise awareness for issues like domestic violence, human trafficking, and lack of education, the video benefits beyonce and salma hayek's "chime for change" initiative. >> it's all about women and independence, and it's called independent woman, as a
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♪ all the women independent >> beyonce is coming up on two decades of writing girl-power anthems. ♪ who run the world >> her lyrics have evolved from her perspective as a single lady ♪ if you liked it then you should have put a ring on it ♪ >> to now, as a wife and mother. blue ivy actually appeared in the original video for "freedom." beyonce did not appear in the new version, but today she released these confident new photos. it's been nearly four months since giving birth to twins sir and rumi. >> beyonce's good friend gwyneth paltrow also celebrating international day of the girl, posting a shot with 13-year-old daughter apple, writing quote, everything i do in my life, i do for this girl, and her brother. very sweet. >> keltie knight joining me. another woman all about her kids angelina jolie. >> yeah, but angelina was flying solo last night. but there was a silver lining topping tonight's "know and tell" -- angie and j-law's oscar collision.
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flowing poncho look supporting the makers of the documentary "faces places," but was she upstaged by j-law? check out her custom made $2,300 l. wells wedding dress. >> she and boyfriend, director darren aronofksy, have been dating for just over a year. and while jennifer looked the part of a blushing bride, no ring on that finger yet. margot robbie, hollywood's newest chameleon. >> i've been wearing '90s like sort of style all the time lately. >> stuninning in vintage versace from the '90s last night, margot's been living through many decades, transforming into both tonya harding and queen elizabeth i for upcoming films. her latest role? playing the wife of winnie the pooh author, a. a. milne in "goodbye, christopher robin." >> she wasn't so well documented a. a. milne was, so i felt like i have a lot of liberties. >> pooh's vice is honey. what is margot's? >> probably burgers. or ice cream. i don't know it's like a
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>> he wanted advice for the movie industry. >> i don't know who said that, that's some weird story that they made up. we just hung out. ♪ >> at last night's premiere for "the meyerowitz stories" starring adam sandler and dustin hoffman, sandler did confirm he and justin recently had dinner together. >> your stock must have went up as a dad. >> that was a good thing at home. but he's a great kid. he's funny as hell. ♪ despacito >> favorite justin bieber song? >> who is he? >> ooh! >> is that wrong i put him on the spot like that? >> a little bit, but i liked it. >> the american music awards definitely know who justin bieber is. >> they scored four nominations, including one for despacito. their sunday november 9th on abc. >> jordan fisher just drop
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new song, but he's already a smash hit on "dancing with the stars." >> jordan and lindsay are at the top of the leaderboard with the highest score of the season. and carly steel joined their celebration. >> first ten of the season! >> that's pretty good. i'm not going lie. pretty cool to see that. >> disney week's a big one so tell us -- break it down, lindsay. >> we are doing a foxtrot to jordan's song from moana. i'm very excited. he did a version of "you're welcome" with lin-manuel miranda. ♪ you're welcome >> must have some meaning for you. >> constant for jordan fisher, for me, is that i am a massive fan of disney. i have a peter pan tat tee on my arm. on my shoulder. >> it's peter pan. >> i am thrilled about the night. >> you guys don't have any days off. any injuries so far? >> no.
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yeah. >> we both get sick. i was a gymnast for a long time, for a decade, and i have destroyed my hips. i've got tendinitis, i've got a bad right knee, a bad shoulder. >> you wouldn't be able to tell by how this 23-year-old dancing in this just released music video for his song "mess." >> i cannot believe you have all those injuries. you cannot tell. i'm shocked. >> good. >> we try to hide them. >> we do we do. you should see me get out of my car. it's not pretty. >> jordan also says on top of all the rehearsals, he also goes to a physical therapist three to four times a week. >> he told me he had no injuries. >> coming up, our thursday throe bag with viola davis. >> looked like cleo pat ra on stair roids. >> then, why miley's covered in pup puppies. >> then james
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number three and how demi lovato is helping drug addicts. >> i started out a patient there.
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professor mars den in the wonder women, luke evans
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>> i hate being a failure. >> okay, but isn't losing your license because you took a drink worse? >> that's a sneak peek at tonight's "how to get away with murder" on abc. jimmy smits ramping up the drama. >> but we're going to take you back to 1996, because that's when viola davis guest starred on jimmy's hit show, "nypd blue." and there is actually still one thing about that appearance that
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>> oh, my god. are you serious? >> the other cop, she was in on it >> i don't know who thought of putting that wig on my head. it looked like cleopatra on steroids. i mean, that is a mess. but i remember that day perfectly because i thought i had made it. i literally had a whole conversation with dennis franz. i didn't interact with jimmy at all. i'm sure that if i saw him, i'm sure i froze up. he's a cutie pie. >> viola's finally getting her chance to work alongside sexy smits. he's playing her therapist. >> i'm participating. >> you're hiding, for two sessions now. >> there's a scene that we were shooting, i know a couple episodes ago, where i was thinking, who are you? what are you going to come up with? you're going to pull some kind of dirty rabbit out of the hat. >> the show is notorious for its shocking reveals and keeping it's plot twists secret from the cast. >> you do a read through, and you're like, oh, my god, oh, my god.
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especially the sex scenes, that's always the most shocking part. >> but the 52-year-old tv veteran says she's just lucky the show's still going strong. >> before this, i was the failed tv pilot queen. i did so many tv pilots that made it on the air, was cut after two episodes, four episodes. and, um, i just got to the point of saying -- you know, four seasons with "how to get away with murder" is more than i could ever even hope for. >> she can also hope for a grammy. she has ego, the status. coming up -- >> this is the only way i do interviews these days. >> miley's puppy love and what she's begging her phenomenon say for. plus, demi in tears. >> i lay it all out on the line. >> james corden dropping the mike. >> no one the more shocked than i. closed con
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♪ how good was that, right? lineal richie, kenny rogers singing "lady." that was in 2012. >> lionel is returning the favor. she joined the all-star tribute, all infor kenny rock 'n' rollers. it's in nashville. dolly parton and reba mcentire
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speaking of that, you were with the man that could make that happen -- james corden. >> he is everywhere. he's got another spinoff in the works, "drop the mic" from his popular late night segment. last night, we talked about the show, his rap skills and his ever-expanding family. even though it's the third time around, james is in awe of wife julia. >> i just spoke to her. she's getting in the bath. and to think she's getting in the bath with a human being in her stomach and we're going to meet and we're going to fall in love with it, it's all too much for me. >> and if he wasn't busy enough, he's an executive producer on the new tbs show "drop the mic," where celebs face-off in a rap battle of insults. james takes on nicole richie. >> i asked about nicole, and i think i got my wish, but answer me one question -- which pokemon is this? >> you know something, james? you really are the worst. and i liked your show better when jimmy fallon did it first. >> how do you do all this? >> i don't know. i don't know. it's as mystifying to me as it is to anyone else.
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trust me, no one is more shocked than i. >> "the big bang theory's" kunal nayar and mayim bialik also have a go at it. >> it's my pal mayim. isn't that awesome? she's the former child star who never quite blossomed. >> also on tbs, snoop dogg is hosting a revival of the classic game show "the joker's wild." it features guest stars like michael strahan, who's also an executive producer. >> identify the dance he's doing. roll the clip. >> do you think people are ready for this? >> no. but you know i am always -- i am the unexpected. i get you ready when you not ready. >> and i couldn't leave james without a rap challenge. >> so tbs, and its alright 'cause we'll drop the mike on "entertainment tonight." >> boom! i love that dude. by the way, this week, "carpool karaoke" with james and miley had already been viewed more than 400 million times online. >> it seems like miss miley is everywhere these days promoting her new album "younger now."
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and miley isn't one to shy away from the tough questions and that's especially true when puppies are involved. >> no, don't do this to me. you are just the sweetest. my little puppy. okay, i cant. this is the worst way to have me do an interview. >> miley's right at home, surrounded by a bunch of rambunctious puppies, while trying to answer questions from fans for buzzfeed. >> that's my shirt. what advice would you give your 14-year-old self? never google yourself. i read one time that if you trust and love your decisions, the less you care what other people think about them. >> the 24-year old's always been a big animal lover. >> hi, sammy. >> right now she practically has her own petting zoo with seven dogs, four cats, and three pigs. and she's so attached to her pets, she's skipping out on touring because she doesn't want to leave her pigs at home. ♪ >> i treat them better than my own f
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is teaming up with her dad billy ray, who's a mentor for her all female team. >> he brought tears. he's always had the gift of knowing what someone needs to hear. >> so what would miley do if she weren't a singer? >> this, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365. i have to keep the angel. but liam would be so mad. look at you. come on. send to liam. send to liam. please, please. just the little one that's chilling. >> cutest thing i have ever seen. >> i have a feeling they have a new puppy. >> now to your exclusive sit-down with demi lovato. >> i love this woman so much. she is the epitome of confidence these days. and her new youtube documentary "simply complicated" proves she's sorry, not sorry for the journey that got her there. ♪ baby i'm sorry, not sorry >> i just feel like i have a bigger purpose than just singing, and i want to make sure that i use what i have for good.
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>> demi's new doc is real and raw. >> i'm coming up on five and a half years of sobriety. it's so weird to talk about this on camera. >> seven minutes in, you look at the camera and you say, i was seventeen the first time i tried cocaine and i loved it. how did you find that bravery in yourself? >> when i said that and i looked in the camera and said i loved it, that's the type of honesty that people need to hear in order to protect themselves from possibly going down that road, because drugs and alcohol is so tempting. i went on a bender of two months where i was using daily. i want to prevent my fans from going through the things that i went through. i'm on a journey to discover what it's like to be free of all demons. >> demi is so passionate about helping others live a better life, she's now co-owner of the treatment center she credits with getting her sober. >> i actually was in cast
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went to sober living, so i started out as a patient there and i now co-own it, so it's kind of come full circle. i feel kind of like a therapist at times, and it's really cool. that i get to be hands on, and i get to be totally honest with these people and help them out in the best way i possibly can. >> and if life gets a little complicated, demi's found the perfect retreat. >> i do have a huge love for brazilian jiu-jitsu. it's like -- it's a new passion of mine. >> do you think you can tap out nick jonas? >> yes, absolutely. >> 100%? >> 100%. >> hilarious. i asked her ant her ex, and could they get back together. she said, you never know. still hope for them. our interview with rock star mama tomorrow, pink. >> i want my kids to see what it looks like to have a mom that's a boss. >> pink telling it like it is on motherhood. >> i would love to get rid
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some of the mom guilt. no matter what, it's not good enough. that's how we mom now. >> what about marriage? >> i'm hoping carriy asks me for a date soon. >> find out why she never wants to be the queen of pop. >> not going happen.
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is. >> before we go, a tune in alertment don't miss the run down with robin thede. >> she is a smart and funny, funny lady. here's what you should expect from her twist on the late night game. >> sketches, music, special guests, and free cocoa butter for everybody. >> your dream guest on the show? >> beyonce. >> isn't she everybody's? >> there's no question. beyonce answer is the -- that's my heart, and it's true. and i'm a bit of a stalker. >> tonight, robin, we will be stalking you. and your new show. >> bye, everybody.
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to control anything but the flow of information to our president, so that he can make the best decisions. >> reporter: but it was clear kelly does not always agree with those decisions. of the president's fiery rhetoric on north korea, kelly said he hoped to avoid military conflict. >> if it grows beyond where it is today, well, let's hope diplomacy works. >> reporter: kelly's marching orders would have put a positive spin on the trump white house. despite his denials, we know that kelly is fatigued by the president's twitter habits and his temper. kelly, a retired marine general, called this the toughest job he has ever had. "cbs overnight news" will be right back.
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this is the "cbs overnight news." pakistani soldiers have rescued an american woman and her family held by militants with ties to the taliban. david martin reports now. their ordeal began during a hiking trip in afghanistan. >> reporter: american caitlin coleman and her canadian husband joshua boyle have three children during their five years in captivity. raising them under what white house chief of staff john kelly described as nightmarish conditions. >> they've essentially been living in a hole for five years. that's the kind of people we're dealing with over there. >> reporter: in a proof of life video last december, caitlin coleman described her treatment at the hands of the kidnappers. who had
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while they were backpacking in afghanistan. >> we can only ask and pray somebody will recognize the atrocities carried out against us as socalled retaliation in their hypocrisy. my children have seen their mother defiled. >> reporter: they were freed after u.s. intelligence alerted the pakistani government the family had been moved from afghanistan into pakistan. boyle's parents got the news at their home outside ottawa. >> we actually talked with josh. that's the first time in five years we got to hear his voice. >> reporter: boyle's father said his son told them they were being transported in the trunk of a car when pakistani troops opened fire killing their captors. an account u.s. officials could not confirm. the u.s. military had a plane standing by to fly the family home, but joshua boyle turned down the offer, explained by the fact that the brother of his first wife had been held as a prisoner in guantanamo bay for ten years.
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exactly how the family was freed remains unclear. but u.s. officials praise pakistan for having acted so quickly on the intelligence tip. president trump claimed it's a sign pakistan is starting to respect the u.s. anthony? >> david martin at the pentagon, thanks. in syria, the u.s.-led coalition has stepped up the bombing of raqqa, hoping to drive isis fighters from their remaining hideout. hundreds of civilians managed to escape today. holly williams got a rare look inside what was once considered the isis capital. >> reporter: this is the shattered heart of raqqa. laid waste by three years of isis rule, and a siege that lasted four months. on this front line, these u.s.-backed syrian militiamen decided to put on a show for our camera. isis gunmen are hiding in the ruins of a nearby apartment building.
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progress here is grindingly slow. they know exactly where isis is, in a tiny sector of the city. but they can't flush them out. around 250 fighters are thought to be dug in, some of them in this stadium, the others around the square which isis once decorated with severed heads. but amongst the fighters are civilians being used as human shields. they have women and children with them, this commander told us. he used to be an electrician in raqqa and claims to have killed dozens of isis extremists. he took us to see a long dead corpse. the only signs of life in most neighborhoods, apart from the fighters, are stray cats. they're trying to stay alive, like everyone else in this beleaguered city.
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u.s.-backed forces continue to say that they are just days away from victory in raqqa. but they've already opened up a new front further to the south, where isis is being squeezed into a shrinking area in the desert. so the fighting will continue. anthony? >> holly williams in northern syria. the associated press has obtained what it says is a recording of the acoustic attack on u.s. diplomats in cuba. at least 22 were hurt. some suffered brain injuries. here's a bit of that sound. the cuban government denies it was behind the attacks. new york city police said today they're searching their files for any complaints against hollywood producer harvey weinstein. at least 32 women accused him of sexual harassment or assault. jericka duncan is following the case. >> reporter: this has been part of our world, women's world, since time immemorial.
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>> reporter: emma thompson sounded off on the harvey weinstein sexual assault allegations and hollywood culture. >> i spent my 20s trying to get old men's tongues out of my mouth. because they thought, well, she's up for it. >> reporter: thompson said weinstein never assaulted her, but believed harassment of women in the industry is an epidemic. >> do they all have to be as bad as him to make it count? you know? does it only count if you really have done it to loads and loads of women? or does it count if you do it to one woman once? i think the latter. >> reporter: the fallout continued today with more actresses coming forward. kate beck ensdale revealed on instagram what happened to her at age 17 when she met weinstein at a hotel. he opened the door in a bathrobe. after announcing i had school in the morning, i left. she goes on to say, let's reme
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emblem of the system that is sick and that we have work to do. one of the most outspoken voices since the allegations broke is actress rose mcgowan, she started a petition against the weinstein company. late this afternoon, she tweeted at jeff bezos, i told the head of your studio that h.w. raped me. over and over i said it. he said it hadn't been proven. i said i was the proof. amazon did not respond to cbs's request for a comment. mcgowan reaped a $100,000 settlement with weinstein in 1997 according to "the new york times." overnight, twitter temporarily shut down her page, telling cbs news they locked her account because one of her tweets included a private phone number which violates terms of service. the presidenof the cannes film festival condemned weinstein and the group terminated its publishing agreement with the weinstein company.
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the latest police time line of the las vegas massacre is being questioned again. this time, by the owners of the mandalay bay hotel. jamie ukis is in las vegas. >> reporter: for the first time mgm which owns
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providing specific details about how the shooting went down. police have said that six minutes passed between the time stephen paddock shot at a security guard and when he fired into the concert. but in a statement, mgm said it wanted to correct some of the misinformation being reported, and we know shots were being fires at the festival lot as the same time as or within 40 seconds jesus campos first reported shots were fired over the radio. this afternoon a law enforcement source told the associated press the mandalay bay had waited up to six minutes before calling police. after the first shots were fired. anthony, we still don't know when hotel staff called police, but law enforcement officials are expected to hold a formal press conference tomorrow to help clear up that time line. >> more confusion in las vegas. thanks, jamie. up next, an experimental therapy that's getting results for a rare form of blindness.
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it was devastating. we were alone. we were completely alone in this. >> reporter: until four years ago, when she found dr. jean bennett and her husband dr. albert mcguire. they have been dedicated to reversing hereditary blindness for two decades. they said the new treatment may be the turning point. >> we took the normal copy of that gene and delivered it to the cells that were defective. >> reporter: after providing treatment, researchers tested their 41 patients' visual ability with an obstacle court like this. christian nailed it. >> he could navigate the obstacle course using dimmer light levels than he had ever been able to do it, and he was able to do that both accurately and quickly. >> reporter: patients have reported being able to lead more fulfilling lives. for christian who loved to sing since he was a little boy, that meant performing on "america's got talent." ♪
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>> i walked out on that stage all by myself. all those judges, i saw them, and i saw their reaction. >> reporter: errol barnett, cbs news, silver spring, maryland. >> that's encouraging news. up next, cops and the family they saved from a wildfire reunited.
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ople take action against housing discrimination? my friends were told they might be more comfortable in another neighborhood.
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d to pay her rent with sexual favors. my neighbor was told she needs to get rid of her dog, even though he's an assistance animal. they all reported these forms of housing discrimination. when you don't report them, landlords and owners are allowed to keep breaking the law. housing discrimination is illegal. if you think you've been a victim, report it. like we did. narrator: if you suspect that you've been discriminated against because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, familial status or disability, report it to hud or your local fair housing center. visit hud.gov/fairhousing or call the hud hotline at 1-800-669-9777. fair housing is your right. use it.
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finally tonight, a family separated by the california
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thanks to heroes from above. here's don blackstone. >> reporter: they returned to the home he and his family fled. his 7-year-old son jesse, his wife, and her parents, both in their 70s, escaped the flames separately. >> it was close. it was really close. >> reporter: he almost didn't make it. a california highway patrol helicopter pilot was flying rescue missions through heavy smoke, darkness and strong winds. there was room in his helicopter for four. when they found five members of tomaio's family. >> i told these guys, please take my family. >> he was holding jesse up. they didn't want to leave his dad. i could hear him yelling, no, get in, it will be okay. >> i was crying. and my son, he was crying, too. and he was saying, mommy, i want
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to take care of you if dad doesn't make it. >> reporter: the helicopter left him behind and with fire closing in, tomaio called his older daughter. >> i called my daughter, i said, if i don't see you again, remember i love you. > reporter: the rescuers made two more trips before they found him again. much to the relief of flight officer whitney lowe. >> i grabbed him right above his left chest on his shirt and said you're coming with me. >> reporter: there were hugs all around when rescued and rescuers met again. completing a story of bravery and a father's duty. >> what else can i do. i got to save them first. >> reporter: cbs news, napa. that's the overnight news for this friday. for some of you, the news continues, others check back later for the morning news and cbs this morning. from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm anthony mason. thanks for watching.
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-- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com this is the "cbs overnight news." welcome to the overnigt news. i'm demarco morgan. thousands of firefighters are working through the night to contain catastrophic wildfires in northern california. as of thursday at least 22 large fires were burning across the state. they've been fighting the flames nonstop since this past weekend. >> we've got to get out of here. >> reporter: new video is emerging of the horror that californians faced as they fled the flames. >> i can't breathe. >> reporter: how many were unable to escape is still unknown, a reality check came today. >> i'm going to talk about something that's really sensitive now. it will be very hard for the families. >> reporter: sonoma county sheriff rob giordano spoke bluntly. >> we're moving into a recovery phase.
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we have found bodies that were almost completely intact, and we have found bodies that were nothing more than ash and bones. >> reporter: hundreds are still missing, or unaccounted for. the massive scale of the disaster was expressed in a surreal image, a mail truck with nothing but rubble all around. many who fled know they're lucky to be alive, including charity ruiz, who escaped her burning neighborhood by bicycle, her two kids hitched to the back. and all with a third child on the way. she's 8 1/2 months pregnant. >> to know that the baby's going to come into this world, and of course, be loved, and it's going to be wonderful and exciting. but i won't have a place to bring him home to. >> this is the front porch. >> reporter: these ruins were the former home of tom and sue fellbaum who lived here for 28 years. how much did you get to leave with when you left? >> nothing. clothes, ornaments. >> reporter: except for a few tiny treasures, everything e
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has what happened sunk in yet? >> no. it will probably take a few more days. >> reporter: this is what the fellbaum family home looked like just four days ago. the fire leveled it. now, they tell me the most painful loss was these old family movies here. but there are thousands of stories like theirs. and now tonight questions are being asked about how soon public alerts went out. if at all. president trump is hoping for a legislative victory on tax reform. this week the president called on congress to approve his sweeping tax plan while speaking at an event in pennsylvania. mr. trump said his overhaul would cut the number of tax brackets from eight to four, including income levels for the new brackets have yet to be rebilled. >> reporter: the president praised long haul truckers in pennsylvania and promised that his tax cuts still under construction will give the average american family about
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but that's the roughest of estimates. and the lack of detail has led outside analysts to question in the end whether these tax cuts will generate economic growth or boost wages. >> all i can say is, you'd better get it passed. >> reporter: as the president struggles to get votes in the senate for tax reform, his feud with senator bob corker isn't his only problem on capitol hill. the white house fears other republican senators may block mr. trump's plan. >> we're going to fight and we're going to get those republicans and maybe a few of those democrats to raise their hand, and you're going to have so much money to spend in this wonderful country. >> reporter: the president appeared confident, but according to a "vanity fair" story published wednesday, mr. trump told his former head of security and close friend keith schiller, quote, i hate everyone in the white house. there are a few exceptions, but i hate them. the report also claimed that
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and remains only out of a sense of duty. white hous officials denied the accounts and sources say the president's mood is as unpredictable and volatile as it always has been. kelly is also described as securing his job but fatigued by the president's temper. still, kelly had enough clout to persuade the president to nominate his deputy as homeland security. >> the calm before the storm, you're not going to talk about that either? >> i'm not going to talk about it. >> reporter: on fox news, the president said that vague statement which provoked days of speculation was about north korea. >> i'm not saying i'm not. we shouldn't be talking about it. >> that was the president's 16th interview with fox since taking office. he's given five to other broadcast outlets. yesterday he said those broadcast news outlets should have their licenses challenged or possibly revoked. that prompted the republican senator from nebraska to
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question on twitter whether the president was recanting his support for the first amendment. an investigation is under way into the hazing death of a freshman at louisiana state university. maxwell died last month after becoming highly intoxicated in a fraternity pledge event. now, ten current and former lsu students are facing charges, accused of forcing the 18-year-old to drink heavily. here's omar villafranca. >> reporter: the national organization has since terminated their membership. witnesses say gruber was targeted because he was often late to events and they forced him to drink because he had trouble reciting the greek alphabet during pledging. it took less than five hours for all ten current and former lsu students to surrender to campus police on wednesday. the men were arrested and brought to the local prison. all are charged with one misdemeanor count of hazing.
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charged with a felony count of negligent homicide. according to the affidavit, he was the most aggressive during the alleged hazing incident. his bail was set at $10,000. nine of the suspects were released on bond in less than 24 hours. >> i don't think he'll be pleading guilty at this point. >> reporter: this is an attorney for sean. >> i don't know what happened in that fraternity house. i have my client's version of the story. i'm looking forward to hearing everybody else's version of the story. but we're going to do it in a court of law. >> reporter: it shows pledging received a text message on december 13th, ordering them to bible study at 10:00 p.m. at the chapter house. once there, pledges were quizzed about the fraternity's history. if they answered a question incorrectly, they were forced to drink 190 proof alcohol. around midnight witnesses say gruver was highly intoxicated and left on a couch. nine hours later he waun
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fraternity members took him to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. an autopsy revealed his blood alcohol level was .495% at the time of his death, more than six times the legal driving limit, and nearly two times what's considered to be a life-threatening level of alcohol. justin franklin shared a suite with him in the dorm. >> people who have life lasting relationships, why did his life have to end so early. >> reporter: if convicted of hazing, the suspects could get 30 days in jail and also expelled from lsu. now, if convicted, nokham could get five years in prison for the negligent homicide charge. the district attorney plans to take over in the investigation and says more charges could be filed. the "cbs overnight news" will be right back.
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this is the "cbs overnight news." it costs nearly twice as much as regular milk. it's called a2 milk. it was first developed in australia. it only has one kind of protein while regular milk has two. the makers say it's easier on the stomach. but the dairy industry is not so sure. >> reporter: four years ago lisa said her grandson nicholas stopped drinking milk after being hit with severe stomach pain. >> the symptoms went away after he stopped drinking milk. >> reporter: when he saw a commercial for a2 milk, he told his grandmother he wanted to try it. >> i got it for him, and he has absolutely no problems when he
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>> reporter: blake walters is the chief executive of a2 milk in the u.s. >> there's a1 and a2. we simply go and find the cows that produce only a2 proteins and that's what we have in our milk. >> reporter: he said for some people it's the a1 protein that makes it difficult for milk to digest. >> everything points to the intolerance is to the a1 protein, not to lactose. >> reporter: they think they're lactose intolerant, but they have problems with the a1 protein. >> that's correct. >> reporter: a study funded by the a2 milk company claims that when the a-1 proteins are broken down in the gut, they form a protein fragment called bcm-7 that triggers inflammation and symptoms like bloating and abdominal pain. but the national dairy council said at this point, a2's claims are merely theoretical. >> it's just a theory at this point in time. there's no signs that really
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says that there's any value in this a2 protein relative to conventional milk. two studies done were with a small number of subjects. it doesn't give us the answer we need to be able to tell whether or not this is really true or not. >> reporter: some of the a2 milk sold in stores is produced here at prairie land dairy in nebraska. where the milk from hundreds of cows have produced the a2 protein is collected. interestingly, the cows that produce a2 milk are not genetically modified. a simple dna test is performed on newborn calves using hair follicles. they are then separated from the rest of the herd so there's no cross-contamination. the milk lines must be separated and cleaned thoroughly. once bottled, the product must be tested again. the testing isn't cheap. >> no, it isn't cheap, but it's reflected, you know, in bringing this product to market.
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>> reporter: a2 milk is sold at a premium price, roughly $9 per gallon compared to around $5 a gallon for regular milk. these calves have all been bred for the a2 protein. >> that's right. >> reporter: dan rice is the farm's owner. despite skepticism from the dairy industry, he predicts that the a2 milk is the way of the future. >> i think the industry will eventually be all a2. >> reporter: but for now the process is time-consuming and costly. yet despite the higher cost, lisa says she still doesn't feel milk for her money. >> for anybody who says they can't drink milk, i say try it. it's worth it. the "cbs overnight news" will be right back.
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>> the reason i haven't had a burger before from shake shack is because of the lines. instead of simply asking yourself, is the burger so good, that you would choose to wait in line, i think the question is, what else are they getting out of the experience. i think what fast food hijacked was the notion that people actually want to be with people. their whole promise was basically, we're going to get you out of here so quickly you'll never have to see a person. in fact, we'll give you drive-through lines so you won't have to get out of your car. we're kind of doing the opposite of that. >> i'm going to get a cheese burger. >> a shack burger. >> a shack burger, excuse me, and a coffee and a milkshake and fries. the combination of the bun and the burger. >> you think about it, a hamburger is basically two things, the bun and the meat. what's great about the bun is it doesn't bite you when you eat it. >> it doesn't bite you? >> it doesn't bite your teeth. i think it's a mistake if th
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bun is too big or too hard. >> his attention to detail has made meyer a leader in fast casual dining, or what he calls fine casual. although not the largest, it is the fastest growing sector of the restaurant business. meyer believes many consumers want good food delivered in less time and at less cost than at a full service restaurant. >> i think what fine casual is doing, if you're willing to give up waiters and waitresses and bartenders and reservations and tablecloths and flowers, we're going to give you about 80% of the quality that you would have gotten in a fine dining restaurant. we're going to save you about 80% of the money you'd spend in a fine dining restaurant. we're going to save you about 60% of the time. >> reporter: fine dining is how meyer started in the restaurant business more than 30 years ago. he opened his first restaurant, indian square cafe, in 1985, in what was then a seedy neighborhood in lower manhattan. back then, people dined out less
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frequently and expensive restaurants were often formal and intimidating. danny meyer had a different vision. >> i said, let's create a restaurant where you can feel great if you're dining alone. so we created a bar for dining. at a time when you never got three-star food at a bar in new york city. i wanted to go to a restaurant where i can drink great wine by the glass. i was just looking to break as many rules as i possibly can. but ultimately to create a restaurant that at the age of 27, would have been my favorite restaurant if only it existed. >> reporter: meyer has been fascinated with food since he was a child. grew up in st. louis, the son of an entrepreneur and an art gallery owner who loved entertaining and cooking. do you think about food all the time? >> constantly. >> have you always? >> i think i have, for whatever reason, since i was a little kid. i would go to the st. louis cardinal baseball games, and i would get the whole hot dog like everybdy did, but i would go t
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little ketchup on this bite, a little mustard on this bite, a little onion here or pickle relish here so see which i liked better. >> i hate to ask this, but were you a chubby kid if you were eating all the time? >> i actually was a chubby kid by the time i got to be 12 years old. 12, 13, 14. and that's kind of how i always felt thereafter. and so it gives me great pleasure that today i can kind of eat as much as i want because i know how to exercise and i know how to balance it out. but it also probably put me in a position where i love seeing other people eat. >> reporter: today meyer's company, union square hospitality group, oversees 15 different restaurants, all but one in new york. they operate upscale eateries, casual bistros, a cocktail
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danny meyer's philosophy of hospitality which he pioneered but has since become a standard for the industry. >> tell me if that's the best chocolate chip cookie you've ever had. hospitality says that the most important business principle at work, way beyond that the food tastes great. by the way, if the food doesn't taste great, you're not coming back here. but if the food tastes great, that alone doesn't assure you will come back here. what hospitality does is it adds the way we made you feel to how good the food tasted. >> so the experience for dining out for you is the most important thing. >> i think the experience of how you're made to feel is the most important thing. >> reporter: the key, he says, is to hire people who are intuitive and empathetic. he has more than 2,000 employees, and he trains them to pick up on the customers' cues. >> everyone on earth is walking around life wearing an invisible sign that says, make me feel important. and your job
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the size of the font of this invisible sign and how brightly it's lit. so make me feel important by leaving me alone. make me feel important by letting me tell you everything i know about food. so it's our job to read that sign, and to deliver the experience that that person needs. >> reporter: this is the reservation system? >> yes. are there any folks here that i'm supposed to be saying hello to here today? >> reporter: in the restaurant business profit margins are razor thin and repeat customers are critical. meyer has made an art of making his customers feel welcome, tracking their likes and dislikes. i heard you say you always identify the boss at the table. i didn't realize there was a boss at each table. but how do you do that? >> there's no question in my mind that at every single table, there's somebody who's got the biggest agenda. if it's two people doing business, there's someone who's kind of trying to sell something to somebody else. if you can figure that out early
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what is it going to take for the boss to leave happy, it could be make sure that someone else gets to pick the wine. you've just got to pick up on those cues. >> reporter: meyer's most controversial innovation is also his riskiest. he's trying to eliminate tipping to combat paying equities between servers whose tips have gone up as many prices have increased and those who work in the kitchen who under most state laws can't share in gratuities. >> so the cooks, dishwashers, they don't get any part of the tip? >> they don't get any of it. what i noticed after being a restaurateur after 30 years, is the growing disparity between what you can make in the dining room where tipping exists and what you can make in the kitchen had -- the disparity had grown by 300%. >> reporter: meyer has so far eliminated tipping in nine of his restaurants. he's increased the base pay of those servers and ki
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and in some restaurants gives waiters a share of the weekly revenue. he's raised many prices significantly. on average, nearly 25%. when the bill comes, there's no line for leaving a tip. you call hospitality included, no tipping. >> i'm saying hospitality included, basically saying, you see that price? the cost to get the chicken? that includes everything. that includes not only the guy that bought the chicken, and the guy that cooked the chicken, but it also includes the person who served it to you and how they made you feel. >> for the customer, in the end, is the bill the same? >> the bill, by the time you get your bill, whatever shock you did or didn't feel when you saw the menu prices, should completely dissipate, because you should say, that's exactly what it would have been if they hadn't had this new system. >> that's the full report. go to our website and click on "60 minutes."
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