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for others, check back later for the morning ns and of course "cbs this captioning funded by cbs it's monday, february 11th, 2019. this is the "cbs morning news." >> that's why i'm not going anywhere. >> embattled virginia governor ralph northam vows to stay in office. this as the lieutenant governor could face articles of impeachment today after two accusations of sexual assault. the race for president heats up. more democratic hopefuls throw their hats into the ring. and music's biggest night showcasing its biggest stars. the best performances at the grammy awards and the winners.
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>> "shallow," lady gaga and bradley cooper. [ cheers ] good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. today a virginia lawmaker plans to initiate impeachment proceedings against lieutenant governor justin fairfax. it is the latest trouble to hit the top leadership in the state. meanwhile, virginia governor ralph northam told "cbs this morning" co-host gayle king he's not going anywhere in the wake of a yeabroke photo. that's why i'm not going anywhere. >> reporter: more than a week after admit he wore blackface in college, he told "cbs this morning's" gayle king he intends to finish his term. >> yes, i have thought about resigning. i've also thought about what virginia needs right now. and i -- i really think that i'm in a position where i can take virginia to the next level.
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and that it will be very positive. >> reporter: the governor said he has grown since this picture appeared on his 1984 yearbook page. he said the same about attorney general mark herring's use of blackface. northam refused to call for the resignation of lieutenant governor justin fairfax, accused of sexual assault by two women. fairfax says he's innocent. >> i think we need to get to the truth. the truth is important. and certainly if -- >> he, too, is calling for an investigation. >> he is th >> he is, and i support that. if the accusations are determined to be true, i don't think he's going to have any other option but to resign. >> reporter: last week it looked like fairfax would succeed north amtr amtrak as governor. he's -- northam as governors. heha no call but for resignation. rig >> reporter: if he doesn't resign, there will be articles of impeachment against him on
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monday. richmond, virginia. ahead only on "cbs this morning," more of gayle king's interview with virginia governor ralph northam. president trump is holding a rally in el paso, texas, tonight, as he makes his case for funding for a border wall. the white house is not ruling out another government shutdown if a compromise is not reached by friday. lawmakers negotiating a deal disagree over a number of issues. former democratic texas representative beto o'rourke is considering a run for president and holding his own immigration rally today about a mile from the president's rally. the feels of democratic presidential contenders has grown. minnesota senator amy klobuchar launched hear campaign, while elizabeth warren formally announced her presidential bid. marc liverman is here with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the list of presidential candidates seems to be growing by the day. some have gone straight on the attack against president trump. he, too, wasted no time punching back.
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>> i stand before you as the granddaughter of an ironer mooiner. >> reporter: the rate for presidency got more crowded. sunday democratic senator amy klobuchar made her announcement. a day earlier, senator elizabeth warren threw her hat into the ring. >> i stand here today to declare that i am a candidate for president of the united states. [ cheers ] >> reporter: warren spent sunday campaigning in iowa and didn't waste any time attacking president trump. she addressed robert mueller's ongoing russia investigation. >> by the time we get to 2020, donald trump may not even be president. [ applause ] he may not even be a free person. >> reporter: president trump took notice, and on twitter went after both senators. he again derided senator warren for claims she's part native american and mocked senator klobuchar for talking about global warming in a snowstorm.
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two other presidential candidates spent the weekend campaigning in south carolina. u.s. senators cory booker and kerstin gillibrand were both preaching a message of unity. >> we're not just a red america or blue america, but we're red, white, and blue america. >> i'm going to govern and call that the way you get ahead is by tearing other people down. >> reporter: there are now ten official candidates for president. there are five women officially running for president in 2020, half the total field. it's been an historic 12 month for women in politics. the number of them serving in congress is now the highest it's been in u.s. history. anne-marie? >> interesting times. marc spreading toward california, the midwest, and slamming parts of the east
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coast with snow and rain. a weekend storm made for treacherous travel across the midwest. seven people were hurt in a crash involving 40 vehicles on senate 94 in wisconsin. some people took advantage of the snow and had a little fun. [ cheers ] several hundred people showed up for a snowball fight in takoma, washington, on saturday. performances. we have more in from los angeles on the big westerns. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. what a night here in los
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parton sang along performing on the grammy stage for the first time since 2001. >> reporter: and we can't forget diana ross. she took to the stage, as well. she looked gorgeous in her red dress, and she celebrated her 75th birthday. in los angeles from the ritz carlton, i'm stella escobeda, cbs news. >> thank you very much. coming up on the morning news, the latest developments in the jeff bezos scandal. how the "national enquirer" reportedly got access to private messages sent by bezos. and kidnapping caught on camera. a woman in miami is forced into a car. this is the "cbs morning news." ,
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a fire destroyed a frat house nearly georgia college campus. authorities say the fire broke out last night at the theta ki house in millageville. the house is shown fully engulfed in flames. no one was hurt. no word on the cause. a woman's abduction is caught on camera, and new questions in the jeff bezos messaging scandal. those are some of the headlines on the "morning newsstand." "the daily beast" reports the brother of jeff bezos' mistress, launch sanchez, leaked the couple's private texts to the "national enquirer." "the daily beast" says multiple sources inside the publisher of the "enquirer," ami, say michael sanchez supplied the texts to
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the tabloid. michael sanchez reportedly has personal and business ties to prominent figures linked to president trump. ami has refused to identify the source of the texts and declined comment to the "daily beast." michael sanchez also declined comment. besz accuses ami of trying to blackmail him. "the miami herald" reports the woman whose abduction was caught on video is safe. the unidentified woman went into a tire shop friday to get away from a man. miami police released the video yesterday. a tire shop employee who didn't want to be identified witnessed the incident. >> takes her from the restroom and -- she's like 20 or 50 times. >> the man forced the woman into a car and then drove away. the worker says the woman was in tears and said she needed to hide because she feared for her life. police say they found the woman last night in good condition. they did not release her name or the name of her abductor.
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"the denver post" says all city schools will be open today as teachers go on strike for the first time in 25 years. they say the schools will be staffed by administrators and substitutes. classes for preschoolers do not have enough staff to take carem. several consumer goods companies including procter & is ballpark, cole gatt and palmolive have or will raise prices. companies are hosting to offset costs for raw material and transportation as well as boost profits. expect higher prices for such items as pampers and huggies diapers, bounty, and viva towels, and charmin and scott toilet paper. and our partners at the bbc say the movie "the favorite"
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took home seven british academy of film awards last night. "the favorite" was named best british film. olivia coleman won best actress, and rachel weiss best supporting actress. won four baftas including best film and director, "bohemian p rhapso rhapsody" won two. the others won one bafta. "a star is born" for best original music, co-star bradley cooper accepted the award. >> well, i got to fulfill a dream that i never thought would ever happen -- to compose and arrange music, and i got to do it with the greatest musicians in the world, lady gaga, and lucas nelson, who i share this with tonight -- >> his co-star, lady gaga, was not at the baftas because she was at the grammy awards. still to come, coke brings back some summer fun, and the company is releasing a new flavor that's going to remind popsicles. i head out the door ♪ ♪ it's what i'm lookin' for ♪ today's the daisy i do
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higher this morning with investors watching for developments on u.s.-china trade talks. negotiations are set to continue in beijing later this w week.k. the e u.s.s. andnd c chihina ar attempting t to mamake a deal be marcrch 1stn additional tariffs will be put on chinese imports to the u.s. earnings season will continue with dozens of s&p 500 companies gearing up to report this week. coca-cola, pepsi, cisco, and under armour are some of the biggest names reporting. a late rally on friday enabled wall street to erase most of the market's early losses. the dow still closed down 63 while the s&p 500 gained a point and the nasdaq added nine. paris is suing airbnb over a legal rental -- illegal rental ads. it says the company's ads violate a law designed to limit homeowners to renting no n 120 .
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rbnb. the law prevents fines of more than 12,000 euros per involve posting. that could leave the company paying more than 14 million euros ry i deemed illegal. for the first time in a decade, coca-cola fans will soon have a new flavor to try. the company says orange-vanilla coke and orange-vanilla coke zero will hit the shemps. they're launching the flavors after seeing a rise in demand for flavored beverages with limited marketing. the flavors will be available february 25th. "the lego movie 2, number two was "what women
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here's a look at the forecast in some cities around the country. ♪ [ cheers ] [ horn ] talk about clutch. that's missouri state's jared dixon banking in a half-court shot last night at the buzzer to beat illinois state 66-65. illinois state was leading when it turned the ball over.
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the loose ball changed hands several times before dixon came up with it, took one dribble, and launched the shot. he was mobbed by some very happy teammates. an auction of paintings said to be by adolph hitler was a bust. five watercolors attributed to the nazi dictator from his early days failed to get any bids at a german auction over the weekend. there were fears that they could be fakes. last week prosecutors seized 63 other paintings reportedly done by hitler from the auction house to investigate allegations they were fakes. one of the paintings at the auction had a starting price of more than $21,000. and we've seen skiing and snowboarding, but how about snow shovel racing? [ cheers ] >> they held the 40th annual angel fire world championship shovel races at a new mexico ski resort on saturday. some competitors topped 60 miles an hour. coming up on "cbs this morning," more from last night's
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committees for the 2020 election. and at the grammy awards last night, kacey musgraves won album of the year for "golden hour." cardi b. made history as the first woman to win best rap album for "invasion of privacy." diana ross celebrated her 75th birthday performing a pair of her classics including "reach out and touch somebody's hand." new research out today shows more than half a million women's lives have been saved thanks to mooms and advances in treatment. kenneth craig reports on the findings. >> reporter: 43-year-old nicky cholia was diagnosed with stage-one breast cancer exactly a year ago after a mammogram detected tiny calcium deposits. she says if not for her annual screenings, the cancer may not have been picked up. >> i didn't have a family history. i didn't drink. i don't smoke. i work out. my lifestyle is relatively healthy. new rirch published in "cancer" finds that over the past 30 years more than half a
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million breast cancer deaths have been prevented thanks to screenings and advances in treatment. >> the amount of lives that are being saved is absolutely remarkable. >> reporter: those advances include better understanding of the science behind the disease and targeted treatments. when to start breast cancer screening and how often has become a source of debate. the american cancer society suggests women 40 to 44 should have a choice to start annual mammograms. women 45 to 54 should be screened every year. dr. kchnable at nyu center says women should know their breast cancer risk. >> screening plays a large role in early detection of breast cancer. to allow the patients who are diagnosed early to have better and more favorable treatment methods. >> reporter: for nicky, that meant avoiding chemotherapy. she chose to have a double mastectomy and reconstruction. she often shares her story with other women. >> look, in my case, it saved my
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life. it could do the same for you. >> reporter: nicki believes it's a simple test that shouldn't be put off. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. coming up on "cbs this morning," "daily host and author trevor noah joins us in the studio. plus, president george h.w. bush's service dog sully is preparing for his next mission. chip reid has details. more from the grammy awards. kevin frazier will have a wrap-up of the big winners. that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. ♪
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live from the cbs news bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. >> good morning as we take a live look outside at the bay bridge to start the workweek. hope you had a fantastic weekend. we have more rain for you this
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week. it's monday, february 11th. thanks for waking up with us. i'm kenny choi. >> and i'm michelle griego. let's get a check on the rain and the traffic. it's 4:30 and early but things are going on. >> we're back at it for sure. and we are looking at a few showers and a chance to see a few more isolated showers. a stronger storm is on the way. high def doppler and you can see some spotty isolated showers on our high def doppler radar screen especially across the peninsula from palo alto, woodside, los altos. and here's a live look at the bay bridge. the temperatures are on the cold side as well. looking at 30s and 40s to start off the day. 38 in concord. and oakland at 41. and 33, so close to freezing in livermore. san francisco 35


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