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app on your cell phone or connecte it is 23, 2021. this is the cbs morning it is tuesday, november 23, 2021. this is the cbs morning news. waukesha mourns. a community remembers the people tragedy as new details emerge about the suspect criminal's past. >> and why there could be relief to gas prices. it wasn't kyle rittenhouse on trial, it was the right to self-defense on trial. good morning. good to be with you.
i'm anne marie green. we begin with that christmas parade tragedy in wisconsin. the driver who allegedly plowed into a parade and killed five people will appear in court inedn a icurball h posted $1,000 ble an two w ago for anoth od mng >> reporter: investigators say brooks has a criminal record that dates back to 1999 and was faced with criminal charges. he was accused with running over his child's mother with his suv. >> facing five counts of homicide for killing five people in the parade.
>> 10 to 15 people down in the street. >> last night, community gathered. >> this is a small first step in healing. >> five people were killed. four part of the performance group called the dancing granies. others injured include several children. >> i remember the sounds of an engine revving as if the motorist was flooring it. jo brooks had been involved in a domestic incident minutes before h drove into the parade. >> we had barricades up and he drove right through. >> he has a criminal regard that dates back to 1999 and includes three felony gun charges.
earlier this month, he was accused of running over his child's mother with his suv. >> the youngest of the victims battling injuries this morning is just three years old. alise from new york, thank you. jury deliberations expected today in the hearing. the defense says they were trying to make a citizens arrest. >> ahmaud arbery's mother wept. one step closer to closure as closing arguments in the trial of the men accused of murdering her son. >> all three of these men made assumptions and made their decision to attack ahmaud arbery
in their driveways because he was a black man running down the street. >> prosecutor told the state's side that three men charged with murder could not have made a citizen's arrest because arbery could not have committed a crime. while chasing arbery through the neighborhood and confronting him. it was travis mcmichael, the man who pulled the trigger who committed a felony. >> imagine if armed robbers came in and said i had to protect myself. >> defense attorneys argued they were just defending themselves when they tried to detain arbery. >> travis trying to yank this gun. is there any question he is assaulting mcmichael. >> defense says he didn't pull the trigger and it was arbery's
actions that lead to the confrontation. he said he didn't know what was happening or that mcmichael had a weapon. >> if found guilty, they could fies life in prison. at least 48 million americans are expected to travel by car this thanksgiving holiday and they may get help with gas prices. a senior white house official confirms that president biden will announce today he's tapping into the strategic patrol petroleum reserve. to counter rising gas prices. the administration has been pushing countries including china and japan do the same. the national average has risen to $3.41 a gallon according to triple a. >> in the meantime, 41 million americans plan to fly. tsa says it is not concerned with staffing issues.
as of er 93% of tsa employees are at least vaccinated. >> i thought the airports are not as busy. i came really prepared. it is nice and crowded which i'm happy about. >> the top u.s. destinations this year are orlando, anaheim and new york city. a congressional committee investigating the january 6 insurrection has issued subpoenas for five more people. former trump ally roger stone and alex jones.
demands for documents and testimony about whether they had prior knowledge about the attack. for the first time, we are hearing from kyle rittenhouse since he was acquitted. the 18-year-old told fox news channel he's not a racist person. he supports the black lives matter movement. he said his case had nothing to do with race and everything to do with the right to self-defense. >> it wasn't kyle rittenhouse on trial, it was the right to self-defense on trial. if i was convicted, no one would be able -- no one would be privileged to defend their life against attackers. >> rittenhouse shot dead two men and wounded another following a police shooting of jacob blake in wisconsin last year. coming up, extreme weather condition. one region will get hit by more powerful hurricanes in the decades to come. >> lebron james learns his
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almost all the families of those killed and wounded in the 2018 parkland massacre are reached a settlement with the federal government. the families of 16 of those killed at the high school sued over the fbi's failure to follow on a tip that cruz intended to attack. he pleaded guilty last month and faces a possible death sentence. lebron james learned his punishment and donald trump's former fixer has been freed. those are some of the headlines. routers reports michael cohen, donald trump's former attorney completed his three-year prison term. he walked out a free man. sentenced in 2018 after pleading guilty to several crimes.
cohen spent more than a year in prison before serving 18 months in home confinement in his home apartment. he said he would continue to cooperate with law enforcement. a report there is a call for action against groups of thieves who ransacked high-end stores and marijuana stores and pharmacies. the groups consisted of dozens of people armed with hammers and crow bars swarmed storz. in some cases, thieves used gun fire to storm their way into stores. the governor promised stronger police presence. >> you will see substantially more starting today in and around areas highly trafficked coming into the holiday season, black friday and shopping malls. >> the thefts are believed to be part of a sophisticated criminal network that recruits mainly
young people to steal merchandize. and nba suspends lebron james one game for striking another player. he elbowed isaiah stewart in the face.bld came pouring from his . stewart had to be held back un at james. the league suspended stewart for two games. the first suspension for james' career. up next, the great turkey debate. how long do you keep eating left overs after thanksgiving. a cbs poll is serving up answers. cbs poll is serving up answers.
>> a new study finds climate change is set to fuel strong hurricanes similar to what hurricane sandy caused in 2012. the northeastern u.s. will see powerful storms stay longer. due to changes in atmospheric patterns over the atlantic prompted by warmer air temperatures. on the cbs money watch, new cases of unruly airline passengers and the debate over thanksgiving left overs. diane king hall with that and more. >> stock futures are indicating a flat open during a mixed day. investors continue to maul the decision of powell's renomination to lead the central bank. the dow added 17, nasdaq dropped
202 and dropping 17. fines in the skies. alleged sexual assault against a flight attendant, smoking marijuana on a plane and yelling profanities at airline crews. the fines range from $8,000 to nearly $40,000. more than 300 reports of alcohol-related incidents this year. a big move by target. the nation's second biggest retailer says it will stay closed for thanksgiving from here on out. the early move of the plan to start black friday a day earlier. despite the closure in 2020, sales still rose by 8.2% compared to the previous year. before that, target stayed open for the day for a decade.
65% of americans will gobble down on turkey. 24% will have something else. most will chow down on left overs for three days after. 14% say they won't touch the left overs. are you in for leftovers? >> i'm out. i'm like those 14% people. with thanksgiving, i might make an exception because i live for stuffing or dressing. but i'm one of those. i just cook what i think will be eaten that day, the ideas of left overs turns my stomach. >> the next morning with eggs, over easy.
with the stuffing, dressing. that is good. trust me. i know you are anti-leftovers. try it. >> that sounds fantastic. follow diane king hall for other recipe ideas. up next, met debut we'll meet an opera singer promoting classical music with an unusual talent. opera singer promoting classical music with an unusual talent. ♪ ♪
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here is a look at today's forecast in some cities around president biden and the first lady are getting into the holiday spirit. they visited fort brag to participate in franksgiving at the army base. >> the thing that is amazing to me is how d i am to be your commander and chief. you are the most incredible group of women and men warriors. >> before leaving, president biden received her first white house christmas tree. the 18.5 foot fir arrived from north carolina.
the new york metropolitan opera is debuting a brand-new very versatile singer today. ♪ >> 30-year-old orlinski is a high tenor from poland. he's also an accomplished break dancer who showed off his skills in front of the opera house. >> when i was 18, i found breaking. it was sort of an enlightenment for me because it combines everything i love. the music, the physical and acrobatic stuff and art. >> he says opera is his career but he enjoys break dancing on the side. he's also modelled for such brand as nike and levi. actor jesse plemmons stops by to tell us about his new
movie "the power of the dog." this is cbs mornings. i'm anne marie green. dog." this is cbs mornings. i'm anne marie green. liz, you nerd, cough if you're in here! shh! i took mucinex dm for my phlegmy cough. what about rob's dry cough? works on that too, and lasts 12 hours. 12 hours?! who studies that long? mucinex dm relieves wet and dry coughs.
will announce he's tapping into the oil reserve. the latest national average for gas has risen to $3.41 a gallon. people in the u.s., 18 and older are now eligible for a covid vaccine booster. but many have questions of what to expect after getting the extra dose. >> reporter: mary ann is opting for another dose. >> i have chronic lyme. my infectious disease doctor advised me i would be a really good candidate for the booster. >> they are doing a good job against hospitalization and death. >> boosting gives you that bigger immune response from your original vaccine and helps you fight delta better. >> dr. swift says people getting a booster can expect side
effects like a soar arm. >> fatigue, general muscle achiness and headache are more common in younger people. the older you are, the less likely you are to have those side effects. it is very similar for boosters to the pattern seen in dose two of the mrna vaccines. >> after your shot, stay home and take it easy. drink plenty of fluids and take over-the-counter pain reliever. no side effects does not mean the shot doesn't work. >> our immune reaction is probably more robust than it has to be. not everybody feels the symptoms the same way. >> if you haven't received your first shot of the vaccine, now is the time. reporting for cbs news, new york.
coming up on cbs mornings, why it may be harder to find a christmas tree this year. looking at the shortage of real and artificial trees. taking us to washington state where conservationists are using new technology to monitor big cats in real time. >> and actor jesse plemmons stops by to tell us about his new movie "the power of the dog." thanks for watching cbs mornings. i'm anne marie green. have a great day. green. have a great day.