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nate's one-two punch. the fourth hurricane in six weeks, makes landfall twice on the gulf coast. swamping streets and homes, knocking out power across the deep south. also tonight the battle for raqqa. syrian forces backed by the u.s. military, make the final push to drive out isis. >> and one week after the las vegas massacre, the handwritten note found in the sniper's nest, calculations aimed at maximizing the carnage. ♪ the country star on stage when shots rang out, pays tribute to the victims. ♪ and i won't back down >> one of the 58 killed was a
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wife, mother and kindergarten teacher. >> she was the best teacher and i'm sorry. ♪ welcome to the "overnight news." i'm elaine quijano. for the fourth time in six weeks, americans are mopping up after a hurricane. this time, it's nate. the storm made landfall in louisiana saturday night and again sunday morning in mississippi. this morning, nate's deflating and rolling north, still bringing heavy rain and strong gusts. the storm killed more than 30 last week in central america. but the deep south was spared that level of rudectflstn.ded.io and many are without power. mark strassmann is in biloxi. >> nate's sprint into biloxi was second landfall in three hours. the first for a hurricane in mississippi, since katrina in
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2005. 85 mile per hour winds and rains buffeted this coastal playground for families and gamblers. this is the churning gulf of mexico in downtown biloxi. nate is a night hurricane and night storms can be killers. you often can't see rising waltewalt water until it is too late. forecasters are calling for up to 11 feet of storm surge. >> at several coastal casinos here the house took a beating. waist deep floodwater poured into the resort. in the hard rock casino parking lot. the storm slammed cars into each other. by then the gamblers were long gone. the state's gaming commission ordered casinos to close. but many residents rolled the dice. and chose not to evacuate. restaurant manager -- >> i can remember ka tree nacim. this isn't as the bad. >> in mobile, alabama
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firefighters rescued a family of four who drove into trouble. and from cooper riverside park, one person tweeted hard to tell where the river ends. but, nate's fury largely spared florida and louisiana. including new orleans. good news for fema strained by a summer of major storms. fema director, brock long. >> nearly 85% of my agency is deployed right now. we are still working, massive issues in harvey, irma as well as issues in puerto rico and virgin island. >> no one was reported killed or injured. but in alabama and mississippi, more than 100,000 customers spent at least part of their sunday without power. more than 50,000 in mobile, alone. this its the biloxi lighthouse pier battered by the storm. but nate was no harvey, no irma, no marie yeah. there is damage. there will be clean-up. but nothing extreem. for that, elaine, all along the gulf coast, there is also
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relief. >> all right, mark strassmann. thanks. there were fears that nate could overwhelm the troubled drainage system in new orleans. michelle miller says the big easy its breathing aeds tonight. >> the sun has been shining all day here in new orleans. a far cry from what many expected to wake up to. residents had hunkered down, fearing hurricane nate would drench southeast louisiana and repeat the august fifth flash flooding, that dumped 5 inches of rain here in as many hours. that uncovered deficiencies in city's drainage pumping system. right now, 109 of the city's 120 water pumps are working. nate veered east, producing very little precipitation for the big easy. much of louisiana breathing a collective sigh of relief. october storms are unusual for this part of the gulf. and, with a month and a half left before the end of hurricane
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season, folks around here are hoping the worst is over. elaine. >> michelle. thanks. >> one week after the las vegas massacre, 60 minutes reports tonight on a handwritten note that shows the gunman made calculations to maximize the carnage. 58 were killed. nearly 500 wounded. here is jamie yuccas. ♪ today, parishioners at churches across las vegas came together hoping to heal from last week's terror. but for sarah reiter, the wound is still raw. >> it is just, really hard this week. >> and, i don't know about you, felt like i was kicked in the gut. >> at this church, the pastor says he has been counseling church members all week who were at the shooting. he says, some are experiencing survivors guilt. i have heard that phrase said maybe half a dozen times.
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i feel like i could have done more. should have done more. you remind people. then start doing what you can now. >> last week's deadly shooting left 58 dead. more than 500 injured. ♪ well i won't back down >> country star, jason aldean opened "saturday night live" paying tribute to the victims. he head lined the las vegas show and was on stage as gunfire rang out. >> look everyone, i'm struggling to understand what happened that night. how to pick up the pieces and start to heal. >> investigators are also still struggling to figure out the motive for the shooting. in an interview, airing on tonight's "60 minutes" three police officers who steamed stephen sppaddock's hotel room, they fund a handwritten note in his room. >> i can see on it he had written the distance, the -- the elevation he was on, the drop of
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what his bullet was going to be for the crowd. so he had -- had that written down and figured out. so he would know where to shoot to hit his targets from there. >> while investigators are still working to determine a know tiff, law enforcement officials are starting to return belongings to the victims. elaine, they have gone through seven truck load of items and have more to process before everything can be returned. >> jamie, thanks. >> the cbs "overnight news" will be right back. ♪
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vice president mike pence walked out of the indianapolis colts game today after players on the visiting san francisco 49ers took a knee during the national anthem. the game was in pence's home state indiana. pence left saying, he will not dignify any event senate disrespects our soldiers, flag or national anthem. players have been kneeling against racial injustice. errol barnett now on president trump's weekend. >> reporter: president trump was all thumbs up saturday night returning from a gop fund raiser. but before he left, he explained his plan to work with democrats on health care. >> if we could do a one-year deal or two-year deal. i say temporary measure. he'll have block granting to the state which is what the republicans want. >> reporter: it serves as a warning to congressional
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republicans that after failed attempts to repeal and replace obama care the president is willing to cross the aisle. the commander-in-chief is also signaling a willingness to take action against the nuclear threat from north korea. the president was asked about his tweets ridiculing 25 years of di policemplomacy with pyong. >> we are going to see what happens. we are going to see what happens. >> reporter: mr. trump needs to show voters he is winning at something. most americans continue to disapprove of his performance. holding at 5 a7%. with only 38% approving. >> an issue the president says is in his wheel house is tax reform. he sold his plan on formershow go>> tax cuts. we are cutting taxes of people. and i'm really focused on the middle-class. really focused on companies. because companies create jobs. >> president trump needs
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unanimous republican support in the senate for his tax plan to pass. despite that, he took to twit today attacking retiring republican senator bob corker for his recent criticism calling him a negative voice who didn't have the guts to run. well, corker responded saying, it's a shame the white house has become an adult day-care center. >> elaine. >> errol, thanks. >> syrian forces backed by the u.s. military are beginning what is being called the final push to drive isis out of raqqa. isis has controlled the city for more than three years. holly williams is in northern syria. the u.s. backed syrian militia group that is leading the fight on the ground in raqqa says that victory is just days away. isis is thought to have around 250 fighters left in the city and they're holed up in a handful of buildings including city's main hospital and the sports stadium. we have just spent two days in raqqa with american backed fighters and we saw, a skeleton
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of a city. just block after block that has been left devastated, by months of fighting as well as u.s. u.s commander here in syria, told us that around 2,000 civilians are still trapped in the city. they are unable to escape, the small area still controlled by isis gunmen. now, raqqa was a place where isis revelled in its own brutality. carrying out public beheadings and revealing its leaders to be blood thirsty killers. it is a twisted version of islam that is unrecognizable to most muslims. the loss of raqqa is obviously symbolic because it was the so-called isis capital. but along with the loss of other towns and cities in syria and iraq, it may also weaken the group's ability to carry out terror attacks here in the middle east and elsewhere. elaine. >> holly williams. thanks. the fourth u.s. service member killed in west africa last week identified.
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army special forces sergeant ladavid johnson. 25, was from miami gardens, florida. he was killed along with three green berets. two other soldiers were wounded. the americans were ambushed on wednesday during a counterterrorism patrol in niger. al qaeda is suspected but other mill gaitant groups in the area. >> political crisis unfolding in spain, catalonia region expected to declare independence this week. many complain that they live a lot more to the spanner government than they receive in return. seth doane is in the regional capital, barcelona. >> those who opposed last week's vote, found their voice today. chanting vive espana, hundred of thousands poured into the streets calling for unity. many in the crowd are telling us
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their voices were not heard during the october 1 referendum. the people are marching here in barcelona in favor of catalonia remaining part of spain. >> we don't agree. we are spanish. we are catalan but spanish. >> they call themselves the silent majority. to they were hardly quiet. polls suggest public opinion is split. last week, 43% of eligible voters here cast their ballots. and overwhelming 90% of them voting in favor of independence. despite draconian measures ordered by madrid to try to stop the voting from taking place. spanish police smashed their way into polling places. confiscating ballot boxes and removing voters. some, by the hair. if they're so sure they're the majority, what's the problem with voting about it? >> liz castro is an american and resident of barcelona. who volunteers with a grassroots group, pushing for independence.
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>> i call this spain. >> yes, i don't. there is a different culture. a different language. different food. different customs. >> plus catalonia is relatively well off and contributes 20% to spain's gdp. americans in 1776 felt like britain was not listening to them. >> spain's prime minister threat tuned take control of local governance saying any declaration of independence here would be unconstitutional. seth doane, cbs news, barcelona. coming up, a key adviser for harvey weinstein jumps ship as the hollywood mogul confronts sexual harassment allegations.
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different. the 65-year-old producer and co-chairman of the weinstein company said in a statement this week, that was the culture then. and so began weinstein's public response to decades of complaints, first published by "the new york times" that he sexually harassed or exploited younger women including actors ashley judd and rose mcgowan. weinstein reportedly reached settlements with eight of them. >> textbook sexual harassment. >> it's gross. >> it is illegal. >> yes. i agree. >> lisa bloom had been a legal adviser for weinstein until she resigned saturday after a new woman came forward accusing weinstein of cornering her and explicitly touching himself without her consent. he apologized generally for the way i behaved with colleagues but denied one of the specific allegations against him. at the same time. a lawyer for weinstein described "the new york times" article as
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new car you may have found yourself want a co-pilot to help with the dashboard. a aaa report find advanced technology is driving us to distraction. kris van cleave reports. >> reporter: taking your eyes off the road like this for as little as 2 seconds doubles the risk of a crash. >> 4050, salt lake city, utah. >> reporter: aaa foundation study found the systems in all vehicles tested led to potentially dangerous distraction made worse by frustration over system errors. >> stupid touch screens. >> 23 of the systems generate hide or very high demand on driver's attention. none of the 30 vehicles were found to have low demand. programming the navigation system, was the most distracting task. taking on average, 40 seconds at 25 miles an hour, a driver would travel 4 football fields during that time. 40 seconds is too long to be engaged in some kind of nondriving related activity. >> university of utah professor,
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david strayer was the lead researcher on the study. >> just need to keep your eyes on the road if anyone suggesting that it is okay to take your eyes off the road that's not consistent with sound >> lloyd ecker drives a tesla, s, one of the cars ranked as most demanding of a driver's attention. >> because i am distracted. it was too much. i mean there is like 500 things on this, this board. >> so you put up a screen savor so you wouldn't be distracted? >> absolutely did on purpose. >> reporter: the auto industry is pushing back through trade association saying while it will carefully review the findings, it has long standing concerns about the research methods used. one example, the jeep grand cherokee and dodge durango scored differently in the study. fiat chrysler says the systems are functionally identical. kris van cleave, cbs news, new york.
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up next, she was one of 58 killed in the las vegas >> dr. stanley: remember this: cannot change the laws of god. when he has visited you in some form of adversity and he brings you through that, that's like he has increased the strength of the foundation of your life and your faith in him. [music] who are these people?
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and do your thing. we end in palm dale, california over the mountains north of los angeles. jennifer parks lived there with her husband and two children. she was killed last sunday in the las vegas massacre. mireya villarreal tells us, mrs. parks also leaves behind a class of kindergarteners. >> we were having an amazing time. >> for bobby parks this picture is truly worth 1,000 words. taken ten minutes before the chaos, it captures the last happy moment he had with his wife, jenny parks. >> when did you know that something was wrong? >> the music stopped. and then people started panicking and running. and, just getting down. that will undoubtedly leave a
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scar -- for for the images of that night are permanently burned into his memory. >> what about you and jenny? >> she kind of fell to the floor. >> jenny was hit. where? >> hit in the head. >> jenny and bobby parks met when she was 5 and he was 9. they have been together for 30 years. married for 17. and have two children. that's why the thought of leaving her behind even though he knew she was gone, never crossed his mind. >> i hate to say this, but -- there was a point where i thought, i would probably be better off taking a shot as well. you know, immediately my head went to the children. i knew she would be so mad at me if i wasn't there for the kids. >> news of jenny park's death traveled quickly to the small town of palm dale, california, where she worked as a kindergarten teacher. even at 5 years old, students realize mrs. parks will never be coming back to class.
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>> i love her and she was the best teacher. and i'm sorry. >> memorials cover the walls and line the fences of the elementary where shannon rossel is assistant principal. >> she was sort of the heartbeat of our school, of our spirit. and, so, right now all of our hearts are a little bit shaltered. >> reporter: with so many young lives up ended by her death, bobby parks is focusing on family. and holding his children a little tighter every day. >> what did you tell her before you had to leave her? >> that i loved her. and that i promised i would take care of the kids. >> mireya villarreal, cbs news, palm dale, california. >> that's the "overnight news" for this monday. for some of you the news continues. for others check back with us a little later, for the morning news and cbs this morning. from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm elaine quijano.
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>> announcer: this is the cbs "overnight news." welcome to the "overnight news." i'm elaine quijano. for the fourth time in six weeks, americans are mopping up after a hurricane. this time it is nate. the storm made landfall in louisiana saturday night and again sunday morning in mitts miss. this morning, nate is deflating and rolling north, still bringing heavy rain and strong gusts. the storm killed more than 30 last week. in central america. but the deep south was spared that level of destruction. streets, holes ames and busines are flooded many without power. mark strassmann is in biloxi. >> nate's sprint into biloxi was its second landfall in three hours.
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the first for a hurricane in mississippi since katrina in 2005. 85 mile-per-hour winds and rains buffeted the coastal playground for families and gamblers. this is the churning gulf of mexico in downtown biloxi. night storms can be killers. you often can't see rising walt water until it is too late. forecasters are calling for up to 11 feet of storm surge. >> at several coastal casinos here the house took a beating. waist deep floodwater poured into the resort. in the hard rock casino parking lot. the storm slammed cars into each other. by then the gamblers were long gone. the state's gaming commission ordered casinos to close. but many residents rolled the dice. and chose not to evacuate. restaurant manager -- dee viera. >> i can rim remember katrina. it was terrible. i know this isn't as bad.
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we have to take everything seriously for sure. >> in mobile, alabama firefighters rescued a family of four who drove into trouble. and from cooper riverside park, one person tweeted hard to tell where the river ends. but, nate's fury largely spared florida and louisiana. including new orleans. good news for fema strained by a summer of major storms. fema director, brock long. >> nearly 85% of my agency is deployed right now. we are still working, massive issues in harvey, irma as well as issues in puerto rico and virgin island. >> no one was reported killed or injured. but in alabama and mississippi, more than 100,000 customers spent at least part of their sunday without power. more than 50,000 in mobile, alone. this its the biloxi lighthouse pier battered by the storm. but nate was no harvey, no irma, no marie yeah. there is damage. there will be clean-up.
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but nothing extreme. and for that, elaine, all along the gulf coast, there is also relief. there were fears that nate could overwhelm the troubled drainage system in new orleans. michelle miller says the big easy its breathing aeds tonight. >> the sun has been shining all day here in new orleans. a far cry from what many expected to wake up to. residents had hunkered down, fearing hurricane nate would drench southeast louisiana and repeat the august fifth flash flooding, that dumped 5 inches of rain here in as many hours. that uncovered deficiencies in city's drainage pumping system. right now, 109 of the city's 120 water pumps are working. nate veered east, producing very little precipitation for the big easy. much of louisiana breathing a collective sigh of relief. october storms are unusual for this part of the gulf. and, with a month and a half left before the end of hurricane season, folks around here are
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hoping the worst is over. elaine. >> michelle. thanks. >> one week after the las vegas massacre, 60 minutes reports tonight on a handwritten note that shows the gunman made calculations to maximize the carnage. 58 were killed. nearly 500 wounded. here is jamie yuccas. ♪ today, parishioners at churches across las vegas came together hoping to heal from last week's terror. but for sarah reiter, the wound is still raw. >> it is just, really hard this week. >> and, i don't know about you, felt like i was kicked in the gut. >> at this church, the pastor says he has been counseling church members all week who were at the shooting.
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he says, some are experiencing survivors guilt. i have heard that phrase said maybe half a dozen times. i feel like i could have done more. should have done more. you remind people. then start doing what you can now. >> last week's deadly shooting left 58 dead. more than 500 injured. ♪ well i won't back down >> country star, jason aldean opened "saturday night live" paying tribute to the victims. he head lined the las vegas show and was on stage as gunfire rang out. >> look everyone, i'm struggling to understand what happened that night. how to pick up the pieces and start to heal. >> investigators are also still struggling to figure out the motive for the shooting. in an interview, airing on tonight's "60 minutes" three police officers who steamed stephen paddock's hotel room, they fund a handwritten note in his room.
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>> i can see on it he had written the distance, the -- the elevation he was on, the drop of what his bullet was going to be for the crowd. so he had -- had that written down and figured out. so he would know where to shoot to hit his targets from there. >> while investigators are still working to determine a know tiff, law enforcement officials are starting to return belongings to the victims. elaine, they have gone through seven truck load of items and have more to process before everything can be returned. >> jamie, thanks. the massacre in las vegas spurred a push for gun control, especially the bump stops that turn them into machine guns. dianne feinstein and the ceo of the national rifle association. >> the nra put out ate statement thursday suggesting they would support looking into regulation that would keep the stocks from being sold. what did you make of that
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decision? >> i thought that is a step forward. and appreciated, regulations aren't going to do it. we need a law. it can't be changed by another president. right now, we are seeing, one president change actions of, of a president that came before him. and that would happen in this area. i hope that americans will step up and say, enough is enough. congress do something. >> she says this specific piece of legislation bans bump stocks. does the nra support that. >> illegal to convert a semiautomatic, atf need to do its job. they need to look at this and do the job. and the argument, they can't, it is out of their purview. it has to be done in legislation. is it, the nra position it can't be done through legislation, oppose it, where are you? >> no, we think atf ought to do its job. look at this. and draw a line. if i am a republican, fan of the
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vice president mike pence walked out of the indianapolis colts game today after players on the visiting san francisco 49ers took a knee during the national anthem. the game was in pence's home state indiana. pence left saying, he will not dignify any event senate >> far-fetched. >> some times. can't believe it. >> he was a star receiver at the university of toledo, but then failed to make an nfl team.
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>> somebody, and i was like. i can do that. >> like that went from running ruts to driving routes for a company called, care ride, that transports clients with limited mobility. >> thank you very much. >> it paid $11 an hour. and, he didn't seem to mind. >> i seen it was the thing i could do. >> he kept driving when the buccaneers invited him to camp. stopping when in a surprise he made the team. his first nfl game was scheduled for september 10th. it turned out to be the same day hurricane irma hit. >> this is serious stuff. you will die. >> care ride was called to help in evacuation of tampa. but his old boss, johnson had a problem, many of his drivers evacuating. johnson called reading. >> i said you got to come to work this afternoon. he said i will get right back. >> an hour later he was help eeg
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evacuate the town. >> helping out. don't get home. >> i mean, he is making more money than i am ever going to make. >> nearly half a million dollars this season. some may be surprise to hear bernard still plans to drive. >> will you go back this off-season. >> yes. >> never forget where you started he said. rock star pink has a new album out this week, called beautiful trauma. the singer took time out from her high wire touring schedule for a chat with tracy smith. >> reporter: season rocker she is, pink know house to work an arena. because no one sees her fans quite like pink does. spinning and snarling, equal parts, pixie and bad ass.
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♪ i'm not here for your entertainment ♪ >> pink has been making music for the better part of two decade. one critic at one point called your music tough chick music. >> in a box of crayons that's probably one color. because, some people think i am a tough chick. some people think i am the gooeyest, most sensitive, little delicate bird they have ever met in their life. just depend on the day. ♪ you got to get up and try >> reporter: and the truth is? >> the truth is it is all true. and then some. it is a very large box of crayons. ♪ we are search lights we can see in the dark ♪ >> reporter: the latest shade of pink is beautiful trauma, her seventh solo album which is out this week. ♪ now it's time to let them know ♪ >> reporter: its first single its "what about us."
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>> what about us? >> a protest song about people in this country and many countries that feel invisible. and, forgotten. >> for pink those feelings go all way back to her childhood. and her turbulent home in doylestown, pennsylvania. >> her parents split when she was 8. >> i pararayed for divorce. i wanted the fighting to end. her outlet was singing. ♪ you can't hurt me now >> this was her first public performance at just 9 years old. >> it was pretty bad. but it was sweet. >> at the time it probably felt. >> it was amazing. i played with a live band at 9. >> i had a crush on the drummer. it was awesome. >> back then, and to her friend today, she was alicia moore, but she chose her stage name, early on. >> there are differing stories on pink the name? >> there are? >> so what is it -- >> some more suitable than
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others. they're all true. >> g version an elementary prank made her blush. people start calling her pink. but, as they soon discovered, there was a lot more to her than just a catchy name. >> pink signed a deal with r & b producer, l.a. reid when she was barely out of her teens. and her very first album sold more than 3 million copies. ♪ don't come around and talk about that you love me ♪ >> still she knew she could do more. >> i was being put into this small box of you are our token white girl. that's not enough. i have a lot to say. i lived a lot in a short type. ♪ can we work it now the ♪ can we be a family >> i wanted to figure out what i missed out on in the 60s and 70s when people were hanging out together and making music and talking about real stuff. so, i did. i leaped. that was misunderstood. ♪ just as fast as i can to the
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middle of nowhere ♪ >> on her second album, pink collaborated with songwriters she chose making music her way. and the payoff was huge. 11 million records sold worldwide. in the years since what endeared her to critics and fans is what pink's music is about. ♪ you are perfect to me ♪ >> the theme of my music is living your life and -- and being who you are, and, speaking your truth. >> there is this empowerment which i think would. >> yeah, yeah, yes. >> spaeak to that message. >> fly your flag. >> in her concert, flying emotions are paired with, well, soaring. ♪ up high nobody can touch me >> her grammy performance in 2010 left just about everyone ls
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except pink herself. thanks to years of training with an aerialist t. ♪ have you ever held your breath ♪ >> she is like okay, we'll start at the jungle jim. and you are going to hang upsite down and i will punch you in the stomach while you sing. that's what you are going to ultimately feel like when you are singing. if you can do this, then i will start teaching you ak row baekts. a -- acrobatics. >> believe it or not. this is my idea. >> she may look fearless, she know where to draw the line. >> couple weeks ago i jumped from a construction crane. that was scary. that took me three songs to calm down. >> hey! >> i think i just stopped shaking. oh, my god. i don't like construction cranes. >> hi -- >> still what keeps pink up at night is booing a mom.
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her daughter willow is 6. >> the worry was the part i wasn't prepared for. the part they don't tell you about. i aadmire the parents that don't worry. it was only ten stairs. >> you who jumps off cranes. >> yeah, but i know what i am doing. it's me. i can't have her, her hurt herself. she's my little bean. and now he is my little meatball. >> ha. >> he is 9-month-old jamison. dad is her husband of 11 years, motor cross star, cary hart. >> sometimes i want to slap you in your whole face. >> reporter: the inspiration for many of her songs. >> he is my muse. he is a wonderful man. and a wonderful dad. and sometimes a terrible boyfriend. >> what keeps you guys together? >> i love him. i knew the, the second time we broke up that we weren't finished. we just have a story that we are writing together.
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and we are just never done. >> today they live on a sprawling farm in california. a model of domestic bliss. that has its limits. >> i give myself ten days before i am climbing the walls. but a really nice ten days. ♪ i don't want control i want to let go ♪ >> truth is with her new album, the party pink started is still very much on. so, where is all of this headed? well, pink has an idea. >> in a tutu in vegas. at 69. >> spinning around in the air. >> spinning around. don't know if it is going to be a good look. but it is going to be fun still. i main just be going very slowly. floating on something. ♪ i'm having more fun >> if that something is the adoration of her fans, pink will still be flying high. i love you, couch. you give us comfort. and we give you bare feet, backsweat,
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i knew tom for over 30 years. i never imagined i would outlive him. one week before his death. tom petty was on stage at the hollywood bowl playing the last show of his most successful tour. 2017 began with an all star music industry tribute to petty during grammy week. and continued with a 53 day, 40th anniversary celebration of tom petty and the heartbreakers. petty's final tour was joyful. he would have never known he was in severe pain. tom had fractured his hip, but he kept it a secret. he would not consider canceling the shows, to have surgery. he went out and played hurt. for months. tom petty had a tough upbring. his father did not know what to make of a skinny, long haired son who didn't care about sports.
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he didn't want his boy to be a sissy. so he tried to beat it out of him. it just made tom more determined. ♪ and i won't back down petty's songs full of defiance. don't do me like that. don't come around here no more. you've don't know how it feels. i don't scare easy. you don't have to live like a refugee. stop dragging my heart around. i won't back down. it took 40 years and soulsearching for tom to write the key song on his final album. ♪ ♪ ♪ i forgive it all >> tom petty wrote songs for anyone who felt lonely, and misunderstood. his message was simple, and profound. you are not alone. god bless you, tom.
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we end with steve hartman on a road america has traveled far too often. >> this may have been one of the worst mass shootings in history. but it still is a familiar script. we witness the nightmare, meet the heroes, who risked their lives. and honor the victims. ♪ ♪ >> now it is supposed to fall on me to say something hopeful. life affirming. right? that's what i do. it's what i have done after just about every mass shooting. at this point, i would say i'm
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out of words. but i already said that last year. i may be a writer, but i have got nothing for you today. which i was so struck by what the onion printed. it may be satirical. but this article was a serious gut punch. the headline read no way to prevent this says only nation where this regularly happens. a phony quote from a madeup person who said this was a terrible tragedy. but some times these things just happen and there is nothing any one can do to stop them. it seemed topical. until i real ied it is the same article they have pub leshed after nearly every shooting since 2014. they changed the town. and the body count. but that's about it. let's face it. our indignation has taken on a hollow sameness. we say we want to wash away this epidemic but all we do is pray, mourn, and repeat. we're on a treadmill, it is
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killing us. 58 at a time now. i keep hoping that some day a life will flash by that someone in this endless procession of funerals will make us say, that oth atne thifer ne.ot the special ed tea then maybe the nursing student. if not the devoted mom. then maybe the navy vet. who survived a war in afghanistan but couldn't make it out alive from a country concert. so, to those in charge, we know we will be back here again. no one is expecting you to actually stop the next shooting. all wear's asking is, more than anything, is that you try anything. steve hartman, cbs news, new york. that's the "overnight news" for this monday. for some of you the news continues. for others check back with us a little later, for the morning news and cbs this morning. from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm elaine quijano.
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we are following breaking news this morning. multiple fires burning right now in napa and so s good monday morning. it is october 9. we are following breaking news this morning. multiple fires burning right now in napa and sonoma counties. 101 shut down in santa rosa. and evacuations are under way. i'm anne makovec. kenny and michelle are off this morning. we want to show you some of the pictures coming into our newsroom overnight of that breaking news. here is napa county where crews are fighting fast-moving flames near atlas peak road. fires have burned at least 200 acres and forced evacuations and several road closures. we're talking about hundreds of people between napa and sonoma counties evacuated overnight

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