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it's still autumn, but it feels like winter is here. millions of americans brace for cold as an arctic weather system from alaska starts to deliver heavy snow and plunging temperatures. president obama starts his trip through asia today, and while he hopes to deliver a trade deal sought by republicans, he still faces a deep divide with the new gop majority in congress. fire in the sky. cameras capture a meteor streaking across the texas skies. deep, open, caught! touchdown, jordy nelson. >> old rivalry route. aaron rogers and the green bay packers hand a record-setting defeat to the chicago bears. captioning funded by cbs packers offer a defeat to the
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chicago bes. this is the "cbs morning news" for monlds, november 10th, 2014. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. winter is not set to arrive for more than a month, but today much of the country will start getting hit with bitterly cold temperatures, and some parting will start seeing heavy snow. it's already snowing in north dakota. a massive storm is being pushed by the remnants of a major pacific typhoon. winter storm watches and warnings are posted from idaho to michigan. in minnesota, they're getting ready for the snow. folks in minneapolis could get a foot with below freezing temperatures that could last for days. some parts of the country could see single-digit temperatures and meteorologist eric fisher of our boston station wbz says the cold weather is moving south. well, a lot of cold air is working its way across the border across the arctic and canadand a it's starting to work its way deeper toward the south.
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as we head toward the middle of the week, not just the rockies and the plains but deep down across parts of the ohio valley and well into south tsx. we'll look at temperatures as much as 40 degrees below normal. as we head toward friday will end up being florida, a little cooldown but certainly not what the rest of us are expecting. wednesday's highs as we head toward the midweek and cold air is really entrenched. single digits expected across wyoming including shy yen. teens in denver. temperatures in the high 20s in the twin cities. when you talk low temperatures by thursday morning, look at this map. it looks like the middle of winter. 20 in nash ville and little rock. freezing mark in atlanta. freezing digits and subzero numbers across the northern plains. snow coming along with this. a big band of the snow will continue its way eastward right into the twin cities into wisconsin around rhinelander, monday, monday night into tuesday morning. this will have a big impact on
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air travel and road travel. in terms of totals, many seeing a foot. to the east, we could see one foot or up to 14-inch snowfall totals. winter coming very early and this pattern is going nowhere. i'm eric fish eric meteorologist for cbs news. president obama is in beijing, part of a three-nation tour to center on trade. the president announced a major deal to extend short-term deals between the u.s. and china this morning as the asia-pacific economic cooperation forum, but his asian counterparts are wary of his ability to deliver following the midterm elections. he begins a three-day trip to china. susan mcginnis is in washington. susan, good morning. >> anne-marie, good morning. in addition he'll be visiting myanmar and australia. the president arrived in china this morning. when he meets with the chinese president, two issues will
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likely top the agenda, trade and human rights. republicans tend to support it but they continue to be at loggerheads over immigration. yesterday during a pretaped interview on "face the nation," president obama defended his plan to use executive power to move forward if congress doesn't act. >> i'd prefer and still prefer to see it done through congress, but every day that i wait, we're misallocating resources, we're deporting people that shouldn't be deported, we're not deporting folks who are dangerous and should be deported. >> the president also discussed the midterm elections and why he thinks the republicans won big. >> there are times, no doubt about it, that we have not been successful in going out there and letting people know what it is we're trying to do and why this is the right direction. so there is a femalure in politics that we've got to improve on.
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>> the president says he hasn't been persuasive enough and takes responsibility for the weak democratic showing. now, the president also said his decision to send an additional 1,500 troops into iraq shows that the battle with isis is entering a new phase. he says the air strikes have been effective but now it's time for the iraqi ground troops to go on the offensive and that the u.s. will man four centers where the iraqis will train. anne-marie? >> susan mcginnis in washington. thank you, susan. just before the president left america two captives were released. this morning kenneth bae and todd matthew miller are getting used to life back in the united states. >> reporter: home at last kenneth bae enjoyed late-night pizza and breakfast with his family who tweeted out this celebratory picture. arrived late saturday, he walked off the plane into his mother's arms. matthew todd miller then took his turn stepping onto american soil. afterward they thanked president obama and others who orchestrated his release. >> it's been an amazing two years. i learned a lot.
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i grew a lot. i lost a lot of weight in a good way, but i'm very strong because of you. >> reporter: north korea accused 25-year-old miller of spying after he allegedly tore up his visa and demanded asylum seven months ago. the regime charged bae, a missionary with anti-government plans. he served hard labor. james clapper brought the two men home. during his secret mission he didn't meet kim jong-un who mysteriously disappeared from the public this summer but he brought a letter from president obama for the regime's young leader. he certified he was obama's personal envoy sent to negotiate their release. an obama administration official said north korea floated the possibility of a release several weeks ago and requested a senior u.s. statesmen. in his first term president obama sent former president
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clinton to secure the release of two journalists, but clapper is the highest ranking current american official to visit pyongyang in 14 years. an administration official emphasized his plan was to free the two men but with his national security role he did discuss the north korea nuclear program with seniors there. this was an unusual mission for national intelligence director, but clapper rarely publishes his schedule, which made it easier for him to travel in secret. julianna goldman, cbs news, washington. the v.a. health care system is getting ready for the biggest overhaul in american history. bob mcdonnell told "60 minutes" he could fire over a thousand employees in the agency who violated the agency's values. it comes after long wait times of care at v.a. facilities. and the main nurse at the center of the ebola quarantine
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fight says she's looking forward to returning to normal life. tonight marks the end of the 21-day incubation period since casey hicks cox had contact with an infected patient. she said she will continue to speak out how health care works are treated upon their return from west africa. a student who reported memory loss after drinking punch at a brown university frat party tested positive for date rape drug. the test resulted were published over the weekend. tests on another student have not been released. students said they became rapidly intoxicated at a party last month. the fraternity has been suspended, and one of the students also reported being sexually assaulted. well, coming up on the "morning news," laundry pod warnings. those paths are being blamed for putting hundreds of children in the hospital. and shooting stars spotted across the lone star state. this is the "cbs morning news."
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days in space. time to head home. before departing he tweeted a time-lapsed view from the space station. it shows the sun is setting as they orbit the earth. wiseman has more than 365,000 followers on twitter. well, hundreds of thousands across texas reported seeing a fireball across the skies on saturday. one family caught the possible meteor on dash cam. the bright light streaks down over the highway. a parked police car pointed out another view. they say it was clearer than the sun. they received more than 200 reports. on the "cbs moneywatch," warning about laundry pods and a cartoon heroes conquer the box. good morning. a new warning about laundry pods. hundreds of children have been hospitalized in 2012/2013. at least one child died. the squishy packeths can be
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mistaken for candy or food and experts say they should be stored away from children. u.s. stocks opened this morning after finishing last week higher across the board. both the dow and s&p finished at record highs. the dow gained 180 points last week. the s&p finished the week over 13 points higher. the nasdaq closed over a point higher. well, the next signup period for the affordable health care act opens up soon, but this morning consumers can go to the website healthcare gov to see health care plans. website security is better. open enrollment runs until february '16. gas prices continue to drop. they're down 13 cents in the last two week. the average price for a gallon of regular gas is $2.94. the drop is driven by a decrease in the price of crude oil.
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new york city's largest subway center is open for business. fulton center is open to commuters this morning. it costs $1.4 billion and links the new world trade center to the rest of the city. up to 300,000 riders are expected to use that station every day. and the big box office winner this weekend was a team of animated marvel characters. "big hero 6" centers on a robot. it debuted in first place with $56.2 million in ticket sales. "interstellar" about astronauts in search for a new earth debuted in second and "gone girl" came in third with $6.1 million. >> jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. thanks, jill. straight ahead, political predictions. george w. bush offers his odds that brother jeb bush will run for president in 2016. get healthier gums in two weeks. innovation and you philips sonicare
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in sports the nfl's oldest rivalry turns into a route on saturday night. the green bay packers get a game's worth of production out of quarterback aaron rodgers. in just a single half he throws six touchdowns in just 30 minutes, tying an nfl record, giving the packer as 42-0 lead over chicago at halftime. it doesn't go much better as the green bay backups bottle up the bares. the parkers win, 55-14. it was another great day for peyton manning. he throws five touchdown passes. it's the ninth time in his career he's achieved that career. the broncos top oakland, 24-17. and the seattle seahawks
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mascot usually flies around the stadium. but on sunday he makes a pit stop on top of man's head. the man gives him a pat when he hops on top of another's shoulder. meanwhile seattle's marshawn lynch scores four touchdowns and seattle wins, 38-17. and the arizona cardinals have the best record in the nfl but are facing the rest of the season without their starting quarterback. carson palmer left sunday's game against st. louis with what appears to be a serious knee injury. his backup, drew stanton, came in to throw the go-ahead touchdown pass in the fourth quarter. the cardinals improve to their first 8-1 start since 1948 with a 31-14 win. we'll be right back. and what turkey dinner is complete without the delicious taste of ocean spray cranberries? it has been a tradition at our table for generations, and we hope you enjoy it too. so, from our family to yours... both: happy thanksgiving!
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germany is celebrating 25 years since the fall of the berlin wall. nearly 7,000 illuminated balloons were released into the sky sunday night. they symbolize the night a quarter century ago when thousands of people from communist east berlin streamed through the wall. more than a million germans and people from around the world attended the celebration of freedom. and former president george h.w. bush will be honored by the european parliament today in connection with the anniversary. he was in the white house in 1989 when the wall came down. sunday on "face the nation," bob schieffer asked his son about george w. bush about the possibility of his brother jeb extending the family dynasty. >> if you had to make an estimate right now, what do you think is going to happen?
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do you think -- >> i think it's 50/50. he and i are very close. on the other hand, he's not here knocking on my door, you know, agonizing about the decision. he knows exactly, you know, the ramifications on family, for example. he's seen his dad and his brother go through the presidency. i would give it a toss-up. >> george w. bush saying he hopes his brother runs in 2016, and it's worth any difficulty faced by the family. a scary situation during sunday's baltimore ravens game. one of the team's cheerleaders fell to the ground during a stunt. she was treated with head, back, and neck injuries, but good news. she's already out of the hospital and left under her own power. coming up on the "cbs this morning," the science behind the sci-fi hit "interstellar." i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news."
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more protests in mexico city on sunday. thousands of people upset over the government's handling of an apparent massacre took to the streets. on saturday demonstrations turned violent. protesters tried to smash into the president's palace and set fire. the likely killing of 43 missing college students has become a rallying cry against corruption and drug violence. and queen elizabeth led britain's observance of remembrance day on sunday. her grandson prince harry made a surprise trip back to afghanistan. charlie d'agata has details. >> reporter: the nation stood in silence. from the tower of london and its spectacular sea of red, 800,000 ceramic poppies honoring the
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world war i dead to the memorial service where the queen laid her wreath at the foot of britain's war monument. she's taken these very steps every year for five decades, but this year is especially poignant, marking a century since the start of world war i. it also comes at a time of unprecedented security after counterterrorism police arrested four men this week suspected of planning an attack on british soil. that threat did not deter the queen from duty nor the thousands of spectators who stood for hours on crammed sidewalks. >> i think it's important for everybody to commemorate people who lost their lives in all conflicts, not just the world wars but all conflicts. >> reporter: the queen was joined by prince philip, prince charles, and prince william, all military veterans themselves. the only one missing was prince
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harry who made a surprise return to afghanistan to pay his own personal respects for more than 450 british soldiers who lost their lives, and where the prince himself served two tours of duty. the prince's visit to afghanistan is a reminder to britain of the conflict britain is still waging and a reminder of those lives lost over the past 100 years. and sunday is a day to honor all those soldiers who died in the line of duty. poppies are falling alongside big ben in tribute to all the soldiers lost in the line of duty. charlie d'agata, cbs news, london. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on the extreme cold front invading the upper midwest. we're live in minneapolis. plus the growing problem with elevators inside homes. jan crawford looks at the danger to children. and gayle sits down with fashion legend diane von furstenberg. finally "sesame street" celebrates a major milestone
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today. the longest returning children's show is 45 years old. big bird and bert and ernie made their debut in 1969. "sesame street" has evolved along the way. youtube has a million subscribers and 1.5 billion views. that is the "cbs morning news" for this monday brought to you by the letters cbs. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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griego. and i'm frank mallicoat good morning everyone, it's monday, november 10. i'm michelle griego. >> hi everyone, aim frank mallicoat. and lawrence and liz are here to answer the question, where had the weekend go?
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>> i wish i could. beautiful weekend it was. got some patchy dense fog out there again this morning and got a nice day coming our way but look off the coastline. there's a chance for showers headed our way too and talk about that coming up. the fog that lawrence mentioned you can really seat it very thick this morning across the golden gate bridge. so yeah if you are commuting today just a heads-up. visibility could be a problem there. but you know i think some kids have today off right? so we're hoping -- a smaller volume of traffic on the roads. i can even notice it a little bit on the road coming in. a man is found dead in a frat house already being watched by berkeley police. >> kpix 5's kristin harden reports police are calling it suspicious. >> reporter: no one at the zeta psi fraternity house was opening the door to answer questions hours after the body was found in an upstairs room. >> it's really tragic and terrible. >> oh my god


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