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good morning to our viewers in the west. it is wednesday, november 12th, 2014. welcome to "cbs this morning." a cold snap sweeps east across the country. >> an historic mission to land on a comet. the world is watching with the touchdown just hours away. no shirts, no service, no shoes, but guns, no problems. why one restaurant wants its customers to be locked and loaded. but we begin this morning with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> a space probe is on its way to attempt the first landing of its type on a moving comet. >> the world watches history in space. >> it could price information on the comet's
composition and answer questions about how life began on earth. >> the first major storm of the system. temperatures in some areas plunging. >> it was just pretty bad. >> this is a major milestone. >> president obama and chinese president xi announcing a historic climate change agreement. >> ferguson missouri is on edge, waiting for the grand jury's decision in the fatal police shooting of michael brown. >> missouri's governor says he will send in the national guard if necessary. >> violence will not be tolerated. >> new york city police are searching for two men in a brazen jewelry heist in manhattan's busy diamond district. >> the man who says he killed osama bin laden opens up about firing the deadly shot. >> but two navy s.e.a.l.s have come forward with conflicting stories. >> the lava flow from the big island's kilauea volcano. is advancing in new directions. more residents there are now getting ready to evacuate. >> two city employees in dallas came to the rescue of one of their colleagues. i guess we got there just in time. >> all that --
>> bruce springsteen, rihanna, and eminem were among the stars. who honored our nation's veterans in a huge concert. >> martin jacobsen's poker's 2014 world champion. $10 million. >> -- and all that matters -- >> obviously there's a lot of speculation on jeb. he ought to run for president. would be a great president, should he win. >> i understand you want to make a big announcement about your wife today. >> she's the happiest grandmother in the world. >> -- on "cbs this morning." >> for the first time radioshack will open at 8:00 a.m. on thanksgiving morning. which opens a very important question. that question is radioshack is still in business? >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" presented by toyota. let's go places. welcome to "cbs this morning." as you wake up in the west an enormous arctic cold front
covers more than half of the lower 48 states. nearly 20% of the country has snow on the ground after this week's major storm. that is unusually high for mid-november and it is expected to increase. >> the real issue for tens of millions of people is the cold. temperatures are below freezing this morning for seattle. it is below zero in montana, wyoming and the dakotas. barry petersen is in denver where you can see the conditions are just brutal. barry, good morning. rr rr. >> reporter: it is not just cold, but it is also blowing snow out here. as if the miserable cold wasn't bad enough temperatures are plummeting and temperatures are falling. denver hit 16 yesterday. now, the forecasters talking about getting below zero. that could take out some more records. so this is an area braced and bundled up for a lot more miserable cold. >> just a little bit of snow. >> reporter: heavy snow and
strong winds pounded the country's midsection tuesday. in colorado, an invasion of arctic air sent temperatures plunging, producing slick snowy roads. that led to spinouts and accidents. >> nobody knows how to drive on them because we haven't had them in a while. but no winter's here. >> reporter: it may be to blame for this deadly crash in jefferson county. the driver of this car died after a head-on collision with another vehicle that slid across the icy road into oncoming traffic. four people were sent to the hospital in critical condition. and in colorado springs, a record amount of snow on tuesday didn't help matters. a driver lost control and went barreling through this neighborhood. >> so i pulled up paed walked up to the door and the car came slamming through, hit the house. >> no one was seriously injured, but police say the driver acted recklessly. >> the bottom line is people have to slow down, take their time getting to wherever they're going. >> reporter: it was slow moving
for plow operators in south dakota who have run into trouble cleaning off the roads. bone-chilling temperatures have turned the streets here into sheets of ice. >> we're having a little bit of trouble peeling some spots off, it will take some sunlight to burn some things off. >> reporter: there's kind of a silver lining to all this. or maybe you'd call it a white lining. the forecasters say there could be 5 to 10 inches of snow up in the rockies. so the smiles that you're seeing are in the faces of skiers because now colorado's resorts say they'll be open for the weekend and the season. >> some would say that's the good news. barry, let me say you look dapper in your hat. does that help? >> thank you so much. i love being dapper but i love betterening being warm. that's where i'm headed right now. >> thank you very much. more than a foot of snow on the ground in minnesota, setting
new records for this time of year. meteorologist danielle niles of our affiliate wbz is tracking the chill and the new storm taking aim at the northwest. danielle, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, good morning to our viewer in the west. it is a brutally cold start in parts of the rockies. windchill values are 15 to 30 degrees below zero this morning. the snow has been a big story as well. thin band from denver to kansas. another storm going to be coming into the west coast later on today. that will spread rain from comfortable california back to the pacific northwest. snow from east during the day tomorrow and in terms of snowfall accumulations, lesser amounts in the valleys, 1 to 3 inches, but as much as a foot or more in the cascades and rockies. temperatures struggle to get out of the 20s today and tomorrow. >> danielle, thanks. an historic moment this morning. in just a few hours a spacecraft
is set to land on a moving comet. it is the first mission of its kind. charlie d'agata is at mission control in darmstadt, germany, where scientists are waiting to see if ten years of preparation will pay off. charlie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. there was a huge cheer this morning here at mission control of the successful launch of the craft. but trouble too. overnight, we learned that the thrust system that they pinned down has failed. it does have another system to keep it from flying off. the decades-long dream of landing on a streaking comet came one step closer to reality today. one small step separating from the unmanned mother ship, one giant leap, a seven-hour drop to the comet below. this selfie with the comet was captured in october from 10 miles away. this image taken today is the first from the final stretch of its 4 billion mile journey. catching up to a comet traveling 84,000 miles an hour meant using
the gravity of the earth and mars as a sling shot, building up speed by swinging around both planets before swinging off toward its target. it finally caught up in the comet in august and began looking for a place to land its probe. this is exactly the size of the landing craft, and they're aiming for a flat, relatively smooth surface. when they caught up to the comet, they were expecting something about the shape of a potato it instead, they found this, which has been described as closer to awe rubber duck which makes it much more important to find the exact landing location. scientists say if that landing craft is even by even half an inch at launch it could veer several hundred yards off course and into an icy peak or crevice. although it's the european space agency that's making history nasa's director of planetary science jim green says some of nasa's equipment is on board for the ride. >> it's not them versus us in planetary science, it really isn't. >> is it not a rivalry? >> it's not. there's no rivalry like that
because we want to see their program succeed because when it does, we all gain from that. >> reporter: if successful, the probe will begin analyzing the stuff the comet's made of, shedding light on the formation of the solar system, the origin of water on earth. maybe even life itself. you can feel the tension here as miss mission control. there's no knowing if the ice is going to be too hard or too soft for the ice drills or the harpoons to take hold. >> charlie, thank you. president obama arrived in myanmar this morning after striking a major deal with china on climate change. the two countries vowed to cut greenhouse gases over the years. the goal is to set an example for other nations. major garrett is in beijing where the two leaders couldn't find common ground, though, on everything. major, good morning. >> good morning. president obama and chinese president
xi jinping ironed out some big differences on climate change and made progress about cooling tensions about military patrols in the pacific. but the two leaders could not have been farther apart on political reform in hong kong or human rights overall. the two presidents reviewed troops before the great hall of the people and mixed with children to embellish the supposedly cheerful mood of cooperation. there were big agreements. china said it would cap and eventually reduce its greenhouse gas emissions and have 20% of its energy supplied by nonfossil fuel services by 2030. the u.s. vowed a one-quarter reduction from the existing greenhouse gas emission targets by to 25. by 2025. >> as the world's two largest economies, energy consumers and emitters of greenhouse gases, we have a special responsibility to lead the global effort against climate change. >> reporter: the two countries also promised to inform each other about military exercises in the south china sea. >> translator: the pacific ocean
is broad enough to accommodate the development of both china and the united states. >> reporter: but the two leaders were starkly divided over the peaceful student protests in hong kong. an issue mr. obama raised directly with president xi. >> i described to him why it is so important for us to speak out for the freedoms that we believe are universal. right, we believe that are the birth right of all men and women, wherever they live whether it's new york paris or hong kong. >> reporter: for the first time xi publicly branded the protesters, organized under the name occupy central, as criminals. and told america to back off. >> translator: hong kong affairs are exclusively china's internal afirs and foreign countries should not interfere in those affairs in any form or fashion. >> reporter: xi was also asked about restrictive rules here regarding journalists.
xi, who is also head of the communist party, said the reporters are getting too much heat for reporting aggressively and said they need to change their behavior because he's not going to change his. >> draws a line, doesn't it? thank you, major. the former navy s.e.a.l. who claims he fired the shot that killed osama bin laden is releasing additional new details about that mission. robert o'neill said he thought they were going to die in that raid. bin laden was killed in his many could pound in pakistan three years ago. o'neil said the more s.e.a.l.s trained, the more they realized it was going to be a one-way mission. >> we're going to go and not come back. we're going to die when the house blows up, we're going to die when he blows up or we're going to be there too long and be arrested by pakistanis and we're going to spend the rest of our short lives in pakistan prison. >> o'neill said they were still eager for this mission. on friday we will hear from
o'neil right here on "cbs this morning." more than a week after election day republicans have picked up another senate seat. alaska's dan sullivan claimed victory overnight against democratic senator mark begich. the gop has a 53-46 edge in the next state. one seat in louisiana will be decided by runoff next month. >> ferguson, missouri's awaiting anxiously this morning for the grand jury announcement in the michael brown case. jurors will decide whether police officer darren wilson will face charges for the killing. jericka duncan is here with how residents are being warned to stay calm when the decision comes. >> the grand jury is likely to reach their decision in the coming days or weeks. what happened in ferguson has ushered in a national conversation about police tactics and race. and local officials have made clear they are prepared for any scenario. >> violence will not be tolerated.
>> reporter: governor jay nixon made it clear tuesday that he'll take any steps necessary to protect the people of missouri. >> when we make a determination, it's necessary to provide support and i'm prepared to issue that order. >> reporter: he hopes to avoid a repeat of the chaos that erupted in the days and weeks following michael brown's august 9th death. nixon also said multiple law agencyies will form a unified front to patrol the streets when the grand jury's decision is announced. one police agency not mentioned in the unified front, the ferguson police department. >> i don't want to speak to the future of the department. that will be dealt with by local officials. >> reporter: governor nixon said more than 1,000 officers have had extended crowd control training. police in ferguson drew criticism over the summer for their militarized approach. and for using tear gas and rubber bullets on the crowds. st. louis county police are prepared for more protests with around $100,000 worth of new riot gear.
>> we would prefer to just be as relaxed as often as we can. when you put riot gear and different things on like that, it agitates us, but frankly we haven't had anybody with the riot gear on yet. >> reporter: the governor and state agencies prepare for their response. community leaders last night met for a plan of their own. >> in spite of our differences from color creed or race we are united for peace and we're united for justice. >> several school districts have asked the prosecutor's office to make the grand jury announcement fall on a weekend when classes are not in session. meanwhile, the community is also waiting for the results of a civil rights investigation by the justice department. norah. >> thank you. a dallas hospital is paying for mistakes this morning in a handling of the first ebola case diagnosed in the united states. the family of thomas eric duncan says it has reached a settlement
with texas health. details will be released. duncan was misdiagnosed in the beginning and later died from the virus. meanwhile dr. craig spencer is ebola-free this morning. he was released from a new york hospital yesterday. the doctor contracted the disease treating patients in west africa. >> please join me in turning our attention back to africa. ensuring volunteers and other aid workers do not face sigma and threats upon their return home. >> spencer returned home to his fiance in harlem. his fiance's quarantine ended yesterday. packed the mall last night for concert for valor. chip reid was at the concert. he's now on the national mall where crews are cleaning up. chip, good morning. >> reporter: they sure are. you can see the stage about three blocks away in front of the capitol. they're getting ready to turn that down. this concert had something for just about everyone.
patriotic, country, rock, rap, and even heavy metal and all of it was focused on our veterans. ♪ o say can you say ♪ >> reporter: jennifer hudson's powerful rendition of "the star-spangled banner" kicked off the night. ♪ the bombs bursting in air ♪ ♪ wait a minute tell you ♪ ♪ bang bang ♪ >> reporter: nearly a dozen top performers including rihanna and the zac brown band honored america's veterans. ♪ i thank god for my life ♪ ♪ for the stars and stripes ♪ ♪ may freedom forever fly ♪ ♪ and let it rain ♪ >> reporter: country star carrie underwood got a little help from the singing sergeants of the u.s. air force. ♪ at the other end of the spectrum was the heavy metal band metallica.
>> we finally get to play for our heroes! ♪ >> reporter: joined on stage by a wild throng of dancing vets. thousands of seats on the national mall were reserved for veterans. many of them came with veterans service organizations. brandon young is with team red, white and blue, whose vision is to help veterans by connected them with their communities. >> the military does a very good job of teaching us how to put our armor on but never ever teaches us how to take our armor off. >> reporter: a highlight of the evening, bruce springsteen's version of the protest song against the vietnam war. this was no protest. this was a celebration of the brave men and women who know what it's like to wear the boots on the ground.
one big theme last night was that veterans day shouldn't be just one day on november 11th. every day should be veterans day. norah? >> well said. >> good point to make. >> what a really nice concert. >> i love when he said a wild throng of dancing vets. can you imagine? it was great. >> very beautiful to see. it's 7:19. ahead this morning, a new round in the battle between taylor swift and spotify. online music giant's $2 billion we've storm system off the coastline. so far no rain but later on this evening, that's all going to change. out the door, at ocean beach cloudy skies. kind of a mild start to the day. 50s and 60s out the door now but that storm system going to change everything a little later on today. the better part of the day going to be okay. you're going to see some sunshine and some clouds rolling in and thickening up into the afternoon. and then it looks like 60s for
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your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. good morning. here's what's happening around the bay area right now. police are searching for a hit-and-run drive though killed a 14-year-old boy on a scooter last night at east 14th and ashland in the unincorporated area of san leandro. a description of that vehicle is not known at this time. overturned big rig carrying several tons of frozen turkeys closed the alcosta boulevard off-ramp from southbound 680. this is in san ramon. chp says the driver had minor injuries. the turkeys did not spill out of the trailer and another truck has arrived to assist with the transfer. traffic and weather coming up.
slowdowns on southbound 680 have nothing to do with the overturned turkey truck. it's because of another crash farther south in sunol that's now cleared but we are still seeing major delays from pleasanton and it's also affecting the commute on westbound 580 through livermore. bay bridge stacked up east of the maze may see. that is traffic. here's lawrence. and we have seen a lot of clouds out there this morning and a nice look this morning as we look from our mount vaca cam. the sun just coming up. the clouds rolling in. we are going to see more of those throughout the day. looks like we could see showers this evening. temperatures will be cooler generally in the 60s. showers tonight, spreading to the south into early tomorrow morning. dry on friday and saturday. more rain next week.
that's it. fight back. >> it's almost disturbing to watch. this is a dramatic fight for survival. a young elephant separated by his mother was attacked by a pride of 14 lions in zambia last week. as you can see, it did not look good for the elephant. several lions were on his back. well he fought and fought and he eventually beat the lions away. look at this. kicking them off. today he appears to be okay and has since reunited with his herd. it's like what's going to happen in washington as the senate comes back to work this week. >> that was hard to watch though.
you're right. he got away. welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour president obama is barely out of china but there's talk there were awkward memories. what can go wrong when power players try to be social. plus, the restaurant where you can get 10% off your meal. just within catch. you have to bring your gun. they're sending a message. that story is ahead. time to show you this morning's headlines. the wall street journalist says uber is popular with lawmakers on capitol hill and the number of trips to join the national committee is rising. they hit 128. two years ago there were fewer than 100 trips. "usa today" says five major banks were fined more than 3$3 billion this morning. it's a story that they tried to manipulate the foreign exchange market. the fines were issued to
jpmorgan jpmorgan citibank hsbc rbs, and ubs. the actor reportedly suffered from a condition called dementia. it can cause a decline in mental abilities abilities in mental patients. it often affects those with parkinson's disease. a new study in the public library of science finds that as children get older their internal biological clocks cause them to stay awake later. research says the start time should be moved later but parents are saying no way. let's get them out the door. >> i wish they'd do that with the news. one hour would make such a big difference. >> spotify is responding to taylor swift pulling her music.
anthony mason shows us how spotify is trying to find some harmony. good morning. >> good morning. spotify claims it's paid more than $2 billion in royalty to musicians and their labels but the company took pains to say it agrees with taylor swift, desperate to patch things up with the star. ♪ don't say i didn't say i didn't warn you ♪ >> the message in her latest single "blank space" seems pretty clear. don't mess with taylor swift. and spotify says it understands. in a blog post ceo daniel eck wrote taylor swift is absolutely right. music is art, art has real value and art deserves to be paid for. spotify pays musicians less than a penny per stream on average.
for someone with swift's star power spotify says that could mean more than $6 million in royalties, adding artists make money off all of its 50 million plus listeners. not just the $12.5 million who paid for subscriptions. earlier this month after the company catalog. joshua bloomstream. >> it's difficult for spotify as well. right now it pays about 70% of the revenue it brings in out to artists, so we'd have to live on that other 30%. >> reporter: in the past swift's record label delayed released her new albums on spotify by several months so that her most devoted fans didn't feel ripped off. >> if this fan went and
purchased her record tv itunes, whatever and her friends go why did you pay for it it's free on spotify, we're being completely disrespectful to that super fan. >> spotify still wants swift back. whether it will get another chance remains to be seen. >> following taylor swift's lead, jason aldine on monday pulled his latest album on spotify. swift's album "1989" is a wonderful success. "shake it off" is the second most streamed song according to billboard. >> what would bring taylor back to spotify? >> what she's proving is you can still records if you're a certain kind of star. she's waiting to get past the point where her sales start to die down a bit and then she'll make it available on spotify.
>> isn't it like the radio? if you hear it on spotify, then you buy it. >> it doesn't happen that way. these days kids will looking to get it for free. other moments from this meeting are getting a lot of attention. seth doane is inthe changes and interactions can be well awkward. there are the planned photo opportunities and then there are those impromptu at times cringe worthy moments. the much anticipated handshake between china's president and japan's prime minister seemed to define uncomfortable. the countries have been at odds over territorial disputes and the handshake seemed as chilly
as the waters of the east china sea. when president obama donned a chinese silk suit likened to a fancy star trek costume, his gum chewing managed to overshadow his outfit. online some chinese bloggers called it vulgar and late night hosts shared too. >> in grade school you learn if you want to chew gum, you bring it for everybody. that's 1.3 billion. i assume they like big red. >> reporter: marked by sanctions and disagreements over ukraine played out in frosty language between the two leaders. >> they eekt're both in china at the same time. it's like running into your girlfriend on vacation. >> adam quickly shed it but not before the exchange went viral,
this being china, the video was sensored and comments about a seemingly flirty move were delighted. it's harley the first time summits have show cased awkward interactions. there was the time president bush gave german chancellor a quick back rub and who can forget in 1982 when the president became ill. >> ultimately this is all about diplomacy and a said apec hat, quote achieved perfect success. norah? >> you've got to love the
chinese government's take on everything. >> there's always a spin. >> some of the body lang between obama and putin was fascinating to watch indeed. ahead, the place where diners bring an appetite and ammo. >> reporter: restaurants often have discounts for seniors, students, and the military but at this one in louisiana, what you pay at the register depends on what you wear on your hip. i'm mark strassmann and that story's coming up on "cbs this morning."
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it's legal. but a restaurant in louisiana is taking the opposite approach. mark strassmann went to a grill where guns are encouraged. >> bergeron's restaurant is called the home of god, gumbo, and guns. there's a 10% discount to anyone with a firearm. not just cops. anyone. owner kevin cox started the gun discount six weeks ago. >> what do you have to do to get a discount? >> show a weapon. >> either on your hip or -- >> out of your purse, your back pocket. show it to me. show that you have one so if something goes wrong here today i know you're here to help protect me. >> reporter: the restaurant's lunch business has jumped 25%. he's also add add dinner menu and hired four more employees. he said his customers are helping send a larger message. other stores that have banned guns like target are making themselves targets. >> that's where bad people with
guns are going to go. dumbest thing i've ever heard of. i'm trying to prove it's the right way to go. somebody gets robbed every day. not me. >> this 65-year-old salesman now eats here three time as week. >> it's not about the money. it's about the freedom to go out and have some really good food with really good people and be able to carry your firearm with you. >> reporter: smith showed up with his .22 smith & wesson, this one with a large barrel. >> i feel calm. i'm going to take a picture from behind you. i don't want to scare you. you don't scare me. i'm going to scare you. i've got a gun. >> reporter: cox estimates of his 500 lunch customers, 20 brought their guns often worn on their hips. >> what is this you're carrying? >> that's a little .38 smith & wesson. >> do you always carry it?
>> mm-hmm. >> she drove 20 minutes out of her way to eat here. >> it makes me feel like we're finally standing up as a group of people and saying, now, you're not taking our guns. >> many turn down the discount or say give the money to charity. >> some say look at it. this is crazy. >> certainly they think it's crazy. they may scare some soccer mom that gets off the interstate that comes in here to get a hamburger and she's from california, yeah, but as a rule most people here are very cool with it. >> and that means many of bergeron's customers pack more than an appetite for jambalaya. for "cbs this morning," mark strassmann port allen, louisiana. >> good character can make a piece. >> that falls into the different strokes for different folks. he raises a good point.
he'll never get robbed that. will never happen to him. >> there's stuck and there's really stuck. we'll show you how we have a storm system off the coastline. so far no rain but later on this evening, that's all going to change. out the door, at ocean beach cloudy skies. kind of a mild start to the day. 50s and 60s out the door now but that storm system going to change everything a little later on today. the better part of the day going to be okay. you're going to see some sunshine and some clouds rolling in and thickening up into the afternoon. and then it looks like 60s for the afternoon, rain later on this evening. "cbs this morning" sponsored by jcpenney. jingle more bells this holiday season.
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looking for the hi driver who killed a teenager. th good morning, it's 7:56. i'm michelle griego. police in san leandro are looking for the hit-and-run driver who killed a teenager. the 14-year-old was crossing the street on his scooter around 6:00 last night. police were chasing the car that hit him. the north bay city of belvidere will take a license plate photo of every car entering or leaving town. the goal is to cut down on crime. cameras will be installed in a few months costing about $15,000. the two-day northern california nurses strike wraps up today. close to 18,000 kaiser nurses struck yesterday to protest what they call inadequate training to treat ebola. all kaiser hospitals and clinics are open. stay with us. traffic and weather in just a moment. this is where i met your grandpa.
good morning. we'll start you in san jose northbound 101 pretty heavy from capitol expressway into your approach to the 280/680 interchange and backed up on northbound 280 itself. there's been a crash approaching saratoga still blocking one lane. san mateo sluggish behind the pay gates heading on the san mateo bridge westbound 92 and obviously past the toll plaza. slow going on the flat section of the span and just beginning to see some brake lights now northbound 880 in oakland. that's traffic. here's lawrence. >> all right. we have some clouds rolling on in now. looks like some rain may not be far behind. so dry headed out the door right now. looking cloudy toward the golden gate bridge. but that storm is brewing off the coastline going to take the better part of the day to get here. showers this evening starting out in the north bay spreading to the south. highs cooler today only in the 60s. rain developing tonight into early tomorrow morning. drying out on friday and saturday.
♪ feel free to sing along. that's a perfect song to start this hour. good morning to our viewers in the west. it is wednesday, november 12th, 2014. welcome back to "cbs this morning." there is more real news ahead including one family two presidents. george w. bush honors his father and reveals a few secrets, but first, here's a look at today's eye opener at 8. >> it is a brutally cold start in parts of the rockies. windchill values are 15 to 30 degrees below zero. >> it's blowing snow out here. temperatures are plummeting. you can feel the tension here at mission control but they will have their answers when the craft touches down. the president obama and chinese president ping ironed
out big differences the two leaders could not have been farther apart on the issues of political reform in hong kong. the grand jury is likely to reach a decision sometime in the coming days or weeks. and local officials have made clear they are prepared for any scenario. this concert had something for just about everyone. >> usa! usa! usa! what do you think would bring taylor swift back to spotify? >> i think she's just waiting to get past the point where her sales start to slide down a bit. >> restaurants often have discounts for seniors, students and the military. but at this one in louisiana, what you pay on the register depends on what you wear on your hip. >> you look dapper in the hat. >> thank you so much. i love being dapper but i love better being warm and that's where i'm headed right now. >> okay. this morning's eye opener at 8 is presented by benefiber. i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell.
wintry weather is pushing across the country this morning. conditions in the northern rockies are down right ugly. temperatures are close to zero as millions wake up and go out. >> and guess what, it's going to get worse over the next few days. the mass of arctic air is going to spread east covering most of the country by saturday. it will be below freezing, low temperatures will dip to the 40s in northern florida. >> and there's high anxiety right now at mission control in germany as a european spacecraft continues its descent on to a moving comet. scientists have been waiting for hours to hear from the comet landing is success. the mission has been ten years in the making. if successful the unmanned probe will travel with the comet toward the sun. how cool is that? >> great. >> i know. the goal is to understand how comets and other celestial bodies form. >> how can you not love this. >> it's like having a gopro on top of a comet. >> good an jal nis. >> the thing about a comet, too. dallas city employee is in
stable condition after being pulled out of a lake. cellphone video shows the dramatic effort to break into his pickup truck. the rescuers say they had only minutes to act. >> with the pickup truck taking on water in chilly white rock lake, raul and brent english realized there was only one way to reach the driver using a hammer he smashed through the truck's window. >> we jump in the truck, the back of the truck, it was going down deeper deeper. it's like, as a co-worker, we are like a family. >> reporter: with a few others joining in to help the men were able to pry open the driver's side door. then they used a piece of rope to pull their co-worker to safety. he was awake but was unable to move after suffering what authorities said was a medical emergency while driving. >> he was mumbling but he wasn't really talking that much. he was conscious but i think he was just in a state of shock.
>> reporter: they were reluctant to call themselves heroes are just happy to have gotten there in time. >> everybody was working together. and it was really hard. in that moment you don't know is talking, herfully the co-worker is okay. >> reporter: the driver of the truck is recovering this morning in a dallas area hospital. for klt for" cbs this morning." >> nice to see everybody pull together to help him out. and this morning, we are hearing from the boston bombing survivor who lost her lower left leg this week. we followed rebecca's story since the attack more than a half a year ago. she had more than a dozen operations and also got married last march. she revealed on facebook that she decided to have her leg amp amputated below the knee. she told us that everything still looks positive. >> my priorities are more in order than they ever have been. i hug my son a little tighter, i love my husband a little more
and we just enjoy every new day. >> i am so excited for the next few months. i know that i'm not going to get a prosthetic right away but if i have anything to do with it i'm very stubborn so i will get one as soon as possible. i am excited to keep encouraging other people to keep fighting and just what the future holds. endless possibilities and a bucket list a mile long. so i'm ready to get started. >> her surgeon says she is quote, an inspiration to us all. >> she is. >> difficult journey she's been on but the strength that she has, remarkable. >> i marvel at people that can go through that and still come out and say, i want to help you, too. the woman behind that unmistakable voice on the cbs sitcom" the big bang theory" has died. >> howard, the phone is ringing! >> here's a crazy idea ma answer it! >> unmistakable voice.
character/actress carol ann susy, her face was never seen. she performed on many tv shows including "cheers" and "gray's anatomy." she died yesterday after a brief battle with cancer. she was 62. a new book claims jesus had two wife and secret kids. it features a savior figure named joseph. he was assumed dead but turned up alive. the authors argue that man is really jesus. >> all we know is that there were children. two sons according to the gospel. these may be code names because at that time people were going to -- the text says they were going to kill them so they may not have given their real names. >> the authors told "cbs this morning" they're not attacking anyone's religion, just reporting on a text. brazen robbers are carrying estimated $2 million in jewelry.
two men tricked their way into a store yesterday in new york city's diamond district. one of the robbers pistol whipped the owner. the second man stood watch. no one was seriously hurt but police are still looking for the robbers this morning. >> the tape is good so i don't think it will be long before we're telling a different story. >> where they'll see who did it. one of basketball's greatest players just set an all-time record but he's not bragging about it today. kobe bryant missed 16 of 26 shots last night. lakers lost to memphis. he's missed 3,421 shots in his 19 season in breaks the old nba record. he has made though more than 11,000 baskets. he is number four on the all time ba list. >> got to be hard if you're an athlete and they keep track of all the stuff you miss too. all right. ahead on "cbs this morning," russell brand like you have
never seen him before with a message for his younger self. >> of course i know that you're lonely, sad, and that you think too much. in fact, you do a lot of things too much. but you, too much is going to become a bit of a theme. at the moment it's too much tv but excess will be steadily gaining momentum and putting a new obsessions as it goes. this morning's eye opener at 8 sponsored by benefiber, the
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in today's "morning rounds" the rising popularity of fertility parties are attracting more and more women across the country. reporter kristin ayers of kpix tells us about egg freezing parties. a mix of cocktails and candid conversations. >> reporter: the women invited to this party all have something in common. they're successful in their careers with no immediate plans to have children but they know their eggs will never be as healthy as they are now. >> it feels like there's a lot of pressure to find the right person and the clock is ticking and you don't want to be rushing that. >> this is about fertility awareness. >> reporter: dr. amy is an ob/gyn specializing in fert fertility treatments. they listen to experts who tell them all about the medical and financial risks and rewards of
freezing their eggs now, to lose later when they're ready for children. >> almost like a cocktail party? >> it almost is and it's not about drinking drinks. it's just about hanging out and realizing that you're not alone. there are a lot of women out there just like you. >> who are you targeting specifically? >> anyone with a question about whether egg freezing is for them. >> reporter: the procedure is relatively simple. as many as eight to 12 eggs are harvested in a 20-minute outpatient procedure. they're flash frozen with liquid nitrogen. fertility doctors say it allows younger women to put off motherhood for a decade choosing when to thaw and fertilize their frozen eggs. the cost runs in the tens of thousands of dollars, but facebook and other companies are offering to pay for the procedure. apple says it will offer the benefit next year. the technology has improved greatly, but there are no guarantees. >> there is no promise of pregnancy from the frozen eggs that you retrieve. it's just a chance an
opportunity to give yourself an option that you may not have had. >> reporter: still the one-stop shopping aspect of these parties where both medical and occasionally money experts give advise is causing concern among some medical professionals. >> i really want to be careful, though, that women don't feel that they're being marketed to or that this is being sort of pushed. women should feel no pressure to have to freeze eggs. >> this isn't about marketing to women to get them to buy something. i say it's all about empowerment and knowledge. >> reporter: in other words, it's their party and they'll buy if they want to. for "cbs this morning," kristen ayers, walnut creek, california. >> i think this is fascinating, which is why i did that whole "60 minutes" piece on this. i think the feature of reproduction is changing. you know women wanting to freeze their eggs and have pregnancies later in life. what that means as they pursue their careers. >> i think it's nice too that it gives you the options.
women because of their clocks are ticking. men can have babies 90. that ain't right. >> so how do you feel gayle? >> we have this little window and they can go to 90. >> freeze it and it makes it all fair, doesn't it? >> that's right. coming up never-before-heard tales from inside the bush family. the two former presidents make a rare public appearance together with some wisdom from 43. that's next on "cbs this morning." cbs "morning rounds" sponsored by alka'. ll blown cold including your stuffy nose. (breath of relief) oh, what a relief it is. thanks. anytime. so we have some special guests today to tell us all about the season's hottest toys. who else? kids. this kj. kj, how are you enjoying leaptv? hmm? j-j-just say it-it's just for kids... it's a...it's educational...and... melissa?
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in texas, rare glimpse at the first and second president bush together. president bush says it's a love story to honor the finest one-term president the country has ever seen. jan crawford is in washington with family stories never heard in public until now. jan, good morning. >> well, you know charlie, they covered a lot of ground yesterday. it was heartfelt, often really funny between george w. bush and his former chief of staff as he unveiled this book about his dad which was, of course, his dad, who was the 43rd president and his parents were sitting just a few minutes away. the conversation was personal. stories of a storied family.
>> mother says to me your dad and i would like to take you to dinner. i was 18 years old. it really didn't happen that much. and so i thought dinner with mother and dad, sure, let's go. she can barely contain herself. she said i discovered an ashtray under your bed. you smoke. danld looked and dad looked at her and said, so do you. than was the end of the conversation. >> there were lots of stories about his mom barbara bush long known for blunt talk. that's when her son told her he was going to run for texas governor. >> hey, mom, i'm going to run against ann richards. she said, you're not going to be able to debeet her. she's too popular. >> he said it was his father's victory in 1982 when he won two years later. >> it would be difficult to get the kind of traction one needs
in order to, you know draw a contrast. and so in an interesting way, his defeat empowered both jeb and me to run for office. >> reporter: in the book bush focuses on his father the politician and how he shaped him growing up. >> i was playing with feeble looking toy soldiers and he said where did you get those, and i had to have a very good answer because i then stole them. >> a then 6-year-old george was marched back to the store to apologize to the manager. there's also talk of whether that other bush jeb, the former florida governor will make his own bid for the white house. >> i heard him say he doesn't like the idea of a political class. the idea of bush clinton, bush obama, clinton. said how does this sounlds, bush clinton, bush, obama,
bush clinton. >> he said it would be about a 50s 506789 he said he would chblt be pressured into it. he said both bush and clinton knew wait was like to be president. >> he's funny. bush is so funny. >> and easy to like. >> yeah. >> very easy. >> and he seems so relaxed. i love when he cracks himself up. that's pretty interesting. >> braush is soarbara is so amazing, the pateriarch of this family. >> we have "48 hours ahead." >> i'm troy roberts. he's trying to survive. a video diary inside
linda macdonald is captioning for you in real time. searching for the hit and run driver who killed a s happened last good morning, it's 8:25. i'm for some news headlines. police are searching for the hit-and-run driver who killed a boy on his scooter. this happened last night at east 14th and ashland avenue in unincorporated san leandro. a description of the vehicle is not known at this time. an overturned big rig carrying several tons of turkeys closed the alcosta boulevard off-ramp from southbound interstate 680 in san ramon. the chp says the driver suffered minor injuries. the turkeys did not spill out of the trailer and another truck arrived to help with that turkey transfer. stay with us. traffic and weather in just a moment.
good morning. well, an earlier crash near the sunol grade still has traffic backed up in all directions affecting 580, 680. in fact, the drive time out of the altamont pass is about double what it often is at this time of the morning. we'll take you a good hour to get out to 680 from those wind turbines but again, southbound 680 still remains heavy from pleasanton to sunol. that accident has long since cleared. it's even affecting traffic on eastbound 580 as you can see there through the dublin grade. here's a live look out the door. golden gate bridge traffic getting heavier getting into san francisco. but it's the commute farther north southbound 101 between
novato and san rafael, slow going no accidents just a lot of commuters this morning trying to head south. that's your latest "kcbs" drive to work. for your forecast, here's lawrence. we have seen numerous clouds around the bay area this morning. that's been able to hold temperatures up a bit a lot of 50s and 60s in spots and 40s in the north bay valleys. rain later this evening. and you can see why. look at that swirl of clouds off the coastline. we have a storm brewing out there and likely will bring some rain later on this evening starting in the north bay and spreading to the south as we head into the morning hours. in fact, we are going to see those clouds rolling on in throughout the day today. showers becoming likely as we head into the evening hours and more storms on the way as we head into next week. so looks like a nice rain tonight, maybe some showers for the commute early on tomorrow morning. and then more rain to come.
i'm broke. i'm not sleeping at all. and this play seems like a deformed version of myself. it keeps following me around. >> charlie is also following "bird man" around. he talks about where his career is four decades after that movie. and also russell brand. he reflects on notes to himself fortune and the quest for love. investors are looking at where they target retirees.
they feed 16 hot spots. four of the top five are in florida. fortt. lauderdale and boca raton are number one and detroit, las vegas, and california also made the list. google will open a historic field. they signed a lease. they're happy about a plan for a $200 million renovation. google will use the building to conduct research in space exploration, aviation and robotics. >> that's going to with interesting to watch. "usa today" says people are eating at restaurants less than they did five years ago. they eat eight to ten meals at home. they're not necessarily cooking more but eating sandwiches yogurt and fruit as part of their daily meal. >> don't forget tater tots. >> do you want to tell us something?
you don't know what a tater tot is? >> no. >> it's like a hash brown rolled up. >> i should get out more. >> or visit the frozen food section. >> you eat them at home. >> do you eat those at home? >> i do sometimes. i can't cook. >> no. they're good. >> come over to my house. >> are you inviting gayle over again? >> oh the places i could take that one. "new york daily news" says -- that's that's because of one of the signs. a mom took a photo. she said this year please give me a big fat bank account and a slim body. please don't mix up the two like you did last year. thanks. >> it's a great sign. the sign belonged in home decor, not the little girl's section. but it is a good sign. >> it's a good sign but not in a young girl's section. >> don't screw it up.
he was a successful reality show producer on "survivor." now his reality is surviving inside a violent mexican prison. bruce bareford is accused of murdering his wife on vacation in cancun. now he's got the first sit-down who's made an extraordinary diary inside prison. >> my name is bruce bare fordford redman. what you see is a glimpse into the prison. i agreed do these video diaries to give you a sense what life is like here in hell. >> it's like he's starring in his own terrifying reality show. >> i'm accused of the murder of my wife monica. >> monica's body was found in april 2010 naked, beaten, and suffocated at their hotel.
he's been on trial for her murder for almost three years. >> i've been accused of a horrible, horrible crime, and i'm innocent. >> you did not kill monica. >> i did not kill monica. >> mexican justice is a slow process and he remains locked in a pressure cooker of criminals and contraband. >> there is a very large riot going on right now. they tear gassed a couple of times. >> this is what it looks like to get tear gassed. >> there's fires everywhere. it's chaos. it's really really chaos. >> monica's sisters say bruce is exactly where he deserves to be. >> if he really killed my sister, which it looks like he did, i want him in jail. >> you're with people who have dem zrated poor impulse control and a number of them may have
impulse problems. >> his cell is open to the elements, rain and relentless heat. >> it's a very small cell. it's designed for three men and there are ten of us in here. >> court is chaotic too. unpredictable witnesses, lost or contaminated physical evidence. in fact, an independent expert finds no physical evidence to implicate him. >> if i am convicted, i'm facing a sentence of 30 years. >> reporter: pat faning with experience in court for 30 years says it's a strong substantial case. >> he had a girlfriend. the neighboring room heard them arguing. >> reporter: as monica's sisters wait for judgment he's locked in limbo. >> life is running through my fingers like water, and my kids are growing up. hi, good morning. how are you doing, buddy? how are you doing, sweetheart? i love you guys. i miss you.
be strong. and all i want is for you guys to have the best life you can. >> troy roberts joins us now from los angeles. let's start with the children since we just saw them. who has custody? >> they're with their grandparents. it's a challenge because they're elderly. monica's sisters have regular visitation. >> try how did you get access to the prison and how was he able to record a diary? >> that's a good question. i wish i could tell you everything. we managed to give him a camera a couple of months ago with the permission of the warden and we had tremendous access. we continues asking the warden if we could go inside the prison and after many years of begging, he gave us the permission. >> is prison there much different than say prison in the united states? >> i have to tell you, charlie, imagine a small rundown village
behind prison walls. during the day time the inmates can roam freely. they go about their day, do chores, clean, work in a mechanic shop they make hammocks. really they governor themselves. it's like "lord of the flies." i remember that story. i can't wait to see your show. you can see troy roberts on saturday night with a special "48 hours" beginning at 7:00 central. there's another one at 10:00, 9:00 central again on cbs. we begin with a story on the hollywood film awards. it will be televised here on friday on cbs. we sat down with michael keaton. the batman star picture as washed up actress. he tries to reinvent himself after years in the spotlight.
>> let's go. walk. did i do something to disrespect you in. >> not yet. >> i have a lot riding on this. >> is that right? >> yeah. >> what's the story he's telling. >> it's about an actor. and i know it's a cliche but it really is about anybody. i found the character pathetic but at the same time really noble and courageous actually but it's a lot of things. it's about how you see yourself or what it all means to not just be an artist but what you are willing to lay on the line and not willing to lay on the line and ultimately are you being your true self to some degree. i think he explores that. it's a lot of stuff. >> why do you think there's been the response other than the fact brilliantly directed great performances, wonderful cast, all of that. but there's other movies that have that. this has hit some nerve, this
film. >> i know. i'm knocked out by what they say about it and what they want to tell you about it. >> so what is that? >> it kind of like hits this thing and makes everybody react to it. >> you can see michael keaton at the hollywood film awards friday night only on cbs. gayle will be co-hosting the show with mow rocca at 7:30. it follows at 8:00 and then norah and i will bring you a special with highlights. >> i know. a lot of people are swhag is that? it's the first time you're going to see them on tv. >> did we mention russe
his latest book. but in the new installment of our emmy nominated series note to self you'll see him like you've never seen him before. he writes to a younger russell brand about a rising drug addiction and the pit falls to fame. >> hello, young man, we've not spoken for a while but i've buried you beneelkt i have bra ta and glamour. >> i'm known as a rock star. >> it's good to have a chat though, because, of course, i know that you're lonely sad, and you think too much. in fact you do a lot of things too much. at the moment it's too much chocolate and a little bit too much tv but your success will be steadily gaining momentum and pulling in new obsession as it goes. drugs, porn booze, sex, fame
money, other people's approval are all going to be prized and pursued over the coming years. the problem is and i know you don't know this you're good at getting stuff you want. so everything you want on that list, each word for you an exciting pang and thrilling goal will come into your little life and it forces me to tell you that none of that is going to help with the loneliness, i thinkser thinksering, or sadness. you nope you want to show off for tv never be poor again and make people laugh. >> without fame this haircut just looks like mental illness. >> does it make sense we would stay here and have possibly the time of your life? >> i've not come to london to moan about celebrity, not in
these fantastic boots. >> i don't want to tell you about drugs and fame and girls and drinks. i hate telling people what what to do. drink as much as you want or get in there. it's going send o you to some dark places and you're going to meet desperate people in crack horses and whore horses and partly so glamorous they're lit by flashbulbs and other people's envious attention nchl all those places you'll see the same sadness and the same loneliness. through it all, go nuts. you're going to do it anyway. just know it can't make you happy. in fact, no external acquired thing can help you. just to take some of the pressure off let me tell you you're going to do some amazing things that are going to blow your mind. >> ladies and gentlemen, russell brand. >> you're going to get rich and
famous and travel the world and meet loads and loads of unbelievable girls and there will be moments you'll enjoy it. i know for a fact none of this is forever. the thing you're good at making people laugh and connecting with them, that, of course, is really cool. look after that. that's going to look after you. know too, not everyone's going to like you. that doesn't matter. the important thing is that you like you. i want to tell you you were right, you have everything you need already. try to listen to that quiet voice because that's the thing you're looking for. some people call it love. others call it con neckgativity. others call it god. it's there, it has always been there and will always be there. and if you look after it it will look after you. p.s., remember to pray do yoga
eat well and wear condoms. only during sex though. people already think you're weird. >> hi couldn't resist ending with a comedic note. >> russell brand has been through a lot. he meditates. he's a deep thinker but you knew it had to end with something. >> always to do with sex. the other thing is you have to like yourself. >> that's right. and acquired things current make you happy and don't help you. >> russell brand's book "revolution" is out and his show "messiah complex" is coming up. garth brooks has friends in more than low places. his surprise redownion after a local concert. oh garth. they're watching "cbs this morning." can't say thank you enough. you have made my life special by being apart of it. (everyone) cheers! glad you made it buddy. thanks for inviting me.
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garth brooks used a sign to catch his attention. mo this morning, garth tonight, enjoying the dance, referencing her famous song he sang its to her and gave her his guitar. they surprised garth with a reunion during an interview last night. ♪ i could have missed pain but i would have had to miss the dance ♪ so sweet. you are a stud. >> oh, thank you so much. thank you. >> that's so lovely. and the way he took off his hat and stood up when she walked in. he's such a great guy. >> way to go, garth. >> that's right. news, any time anywhere. here's a look behind the scenes
your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. good morning, it's 8:55. time for some news headlines. police in san leandro are looking for the hit-and-run driver who killed a teenager. the 14-year-old was crossing the street on his scooter around 6:00 last night. police were chasing the car that hit him. the north bay city of belvidere will take a license plate photo of every car coming into and going out of town. cameras will be installed in a few months and cost $15,000. the nurses strike wraps up today. close to 18,000 kaiser nurses walked off the job yesterday to protest what they call inadequate training to treat ebola. all kaiser hospitals and clinics are open. with the forecast, here's lawrence. all right. those clouds are rolling on in now. we have a storm brewing off the coastline. not any rain just yet. but may see some of that
developing later on in the evening hours. still, looking toward mount diablo we have clouds there. looks like that storm system taking its time getting here so really the better part of the day is going to be dry. showers possibly this evening around 7:00, 8:00 or so. we could begin to see a few showers developing in the north bay. temperatures with those clouds rolling on in will be cooler today. mainly in the 60s outside. about 64 in the napa valley. 67 in san jose. and 63 and cool in san francisco. next couple of days, chance of showers tonight likely into early tomorrow morning then drying out not a rainout tomorrow, more sunshine expected on friday. we're going to take a look at your "kcbs traffic" when we come back.
good morning. the bay bridge commute still backed up through the maze. the metering lights are on but the drive time is improving now about 20 to 25 minutes to get you on to the bay bridge. pretty slow as well still on the eastshore freeway between richmond and berkeley. you are heading a little farther south milpitas westbound 237, still a pretty heavy drive time especially for this time of the morning. about 14 minutes to get you between milpitas and sunnyvale. and a quick look farther north now 880 in oakland, slow near the coliseum.
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