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to fall toward freezing, many americans see their first flakes of snow since last winter. a scathing report on secret service failures that allow an armed intruder to make it inside the white house. >> i'm feeling a lot better now on the ground definitely. and high-rise rescue. we'll hear from one of the rescues saved from the side of one of the nation's tallest buildings. captioning funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, november 14th, 2014. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. it is starting to seem like there is nowhere to go in this country to escape the early taste of winter.
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by tonight much of the nation will be feeling temperatures either at or below freezing, and that is without factoring in the windchill. and on top of the bitter cold temperature, some areas are also getting their first look at snow weeks before the official start of winter. don champion is here in new york city where a snow alert was issued last night, don? >> reporter: yeah. good morning, anne-marie. that alert was more of a precaution. we did not see in flakes here. there was some rain. there was some in the east. more than an-inch fell north of new jersey. this is part of a system that's expected to be gone by the start of the morning commute here. a heavier coat of snow came down on the philadelphia suburbs in less than a day after temperatures were in the 70s. in ohio highway travel became hazardous. highway road conditions in cleveland led to several road delays and a flight made an emergency landing minutes after
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takeoff when it was struck by lightning. a different storm system socked the northwest. several inches of snow fell in oregon and while portland did not see much accumulation, there was enough to cause problems for drivers there as well. this morning texas will likely not see any snow, but they're getting ready for frigid temperatures. temperatures will be at or below freezing today in cities like houston, austin, and dallas. anne-marie. >> it will be an interesting morning commute. don champion here in new york. thank you, don. well, meteorologist eric fischer of our boston station wbz says folks down south need to bundle up this morning. >> we've been watching the cold make progress. it's now along the deep south. many of you waking up along the gulf coast, it is zriemly cold. all the way down to texas, places like corpus chris it is and all the way to the florida panhandle. it will be about the same saturday morning. a longlasting chill in the
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forecast. way below average. we've also got a snowstorm making its way into the northwest. a visual of saturday. it goes across the plains and pops out in the midwest. in terms of snow totals, we're looking at pretty significant amounts. as it spreads out across the plains it's mainly a three- 6-inch. it will actually go deeper and farther east. temperatures, again, 25 to 30 degrees below average for much of next week. we're talking historic cold at this point. i'm meteorologist eric fisher for cbs news. president obama's trip to asia continues in myanmar this morning but he's making headlines by signaling he's ready to take action on a key domestic issue, immigration.
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susan mcginnis is in washington. susan, good morping. >> good morning, anne-marie. the president spoke a short time ago, mostly about bringing democracy to myanmar, but when it opened to questions, the discussion turned to battles back here at home and comments on bypassing immigration. they met today to talk about democratic reform in the country and the challenges keeping her from running for president next year. >> it's time for the voice of the people of burma to be heard in a fair transparent election. >> they met at the home where the opposition leader spent 15 years under house arrest for challenging rulers. she has since risen through parliament and reformed what was formerly known as burma. >> in the end it is the people of burma who will decide where this country is going and which way and how. >> but even halfway across the globe president obama was forced to address challenges he facing
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here in washington on a range of issues including his plans to reform the immigration system with or without the help of congress. >> if congress failed to act i would use all the lawful authority i possess to try to make the system work better, and that's going to happen. >> the president plans to use his executive powers to shield 5,000 working in the u.s. the republicans will stop him. >> our goal is to stop him from violating the actions of the oval office and the constitution. but the timing of that action appears to be directly related to talks here on capitol hill about funding the government. it expires on december 11th. some want the white house to wait on immigration reform until they're sure the government is fund for another year. some republicans on capitol hill want to use the opportunity to try to refuse government funding
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on a long-term bill in order to cut spending on immigration. anne-marie? >> all right. susan mcginnis in washington. thank you, susan. it has been reported that the government is secretly receiving information from cell phones. it is designed to track criminal suspects but it collects information from innocent americans. small planes are equipped with the divide that trips cell phones from trance mating identifying location. tens of thousands of phones can be tapped in one flight. and there are new details about how an armed fence jumper made his way into the white house. a homeland security investigation of the secret service found a shocking combination of errors an poor training. craig boswell reports. >> reporter: the white house fence and omar was the biggest
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obstacle. that's because security flaws and white house security allowed gonzalez to make hetz way through the front door and make his way inside. they blamed it on communication problems, muted alarms, unlocked doors, and inadequate training of secret service officers. they found that after gonzalez jumped the fence enirritable radio reports were muffled and they couldn't see because of a construction view and fading daylight. another didn't hear because he was on his personal cell phone. his backup radio was in his locker. an officers by the north portico doors raised his weapon but did not fire because he did not see an arm or pose a threat. the report also found that an emergency response team did not follow gonzalez inside because they were unfamiliar with the
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layout of the white house. he empowered the lone female officer inside but was eventu eventually subdued. the homeland security says based on the initial findings in the report, it's implea meanting changes in training, equipment, staffing, and communication systems. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. a doctor working in west after friday cal and working with ebola is going to be transferred to a hospital in the united states. it's expected he'll be flown to the nebraska medical center. he'll be the third. he's a citizen of sierra leone but a permanent u.s. resident. and an audio recording that appears to have be made by the leader of isis has pleaded them to plead holy war.
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it follows last week's report that he may have been killed or injured in an air strike. it's not clear when the message was recorded but there are references to this week. coming up on the "morning new news", back on the ground. a window wash e who got stranded on a skyscraper tells how he managed to hang on while he waited for rescuers. this is the "cbs morning news." ...we're going to need you on the runway. (vo) don't let a severe cold hold you back. sir? (vo) theraflu starts to get to work in your body in just 5 minutes. (vo) theraflu breaks you free from your worst cold and flu symptoms. (vo) theraflu. serious power. sometimes come out with spots? well, those spots are actually leftover food or detergent residue. can we help prevent this?
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on the "cbs moneywatch," congress look at defective airbags and virgin's ipo gets ready to take off. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. the airbags can deploy with too much force, sending pieces of metal flying toward drivers and passengers. the problem is linked to at least five deaths. the issue has led to the recall of nearly 8 million vehicles in the past year in the united states. the hearing will also look at the government's recall process. richard branson's virgin america airlines starts trading today on the nasdaq. virgin price's initial public offering at $23 a share, 13.3 million shares are for sale.
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brought out from under the underground and appropriately moderated. >> thanks a lot, jill. in sports the miami dolphins are thinking playoffs after a come-from-behind win over buffalo. miami outscored the bills in the final 18 minutes. kol fins' quarterback ryan tannehill throws two late touchdown passes and the dolphins win. they're now 6-4. that is their best record after ten games since 2008. in baseball los angeles is home to both of this year's mmp's. the dodgers' clayton kershaw is the first pitcher to win in nearly half a century. he also one this year's n.l. cy young award. trout was the choice in the american league. when we return, prescription for trouble. man called an architect over obamacare is in hot water over comments about americans buying the insurance. graveyard.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. uninsured americans will be able to sign up for coverage under the affordable care act starting tomorrow. the open enrollment peer yoed begins amid controversy for obamacare. wyatt andrews shows us the comments giving wide question. >> he was an architect of obamacare but here at a conference last year he said the law was written to hide crucial details from american public too dumm to understand. >> lack of transparency is a huge political advantage and bsically, you know, call it the stupidity of the american vote or whatever but that was really,
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really critical to get anything to pass. >> reporter: for example, gruber said the penalty for not buying insurance, the very heart of the individual mandate, was labeled as a penalty and not a tax. embarrassed democrats quickly distanced themselves from gruber. the white house pointed out he did not work at the white house. minority leader nancy pelosi turned gruber into a stranger. >> i don't know who he is. he didn't help write our bill. >> reporter: maybe. but when the bill was being written, the administration paid gruber almost $400,000 for technical advice on drafting the law. republicans for their part turned group sbeer an all important player. here is senator mitch mcconnell. >> and what this insider is saying, confirms, that they were spinning tales from beginning to end and they couldn't tell the truth about obamacare. >> gruber says he regrets making those comments but with
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a surveillance camera at a florida lawn care store catches a thief in thing at. a man appears to look at a display before picking up a chainsaw. he then walked behind the tall counter to block the employee's view and with no one looking he slides the chainsaw into his shorts and pulls his shirt over. employees did give chase and, of course, they caught the man. you can write your own jokes on that one, folks. ground controllers are considering moving the spacecraft that made a historic landing this week on a comet. they're trying to get its solar panels to catch the sun and charge its batteries. as charlie d'agata reports, it came to rest in a place scientists had not planned. >> reporter: these are the first pictures ever taken from the surface of the comet.
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philae snapped the 360-degree view from its stark and jagged new home. but it missed its target landing and is now resting in the shadow of the cliff. >> we sort of get close to the place we are, where we think we are, which is not very close to the one we wanted to but not very far away. >> reporter: after a ten-year chase on the solar system, philae landed on a comet wednesday in a cosmic first, but the lander didn't stick to the surface. project manager stefan ool mick told us it bounced off tries. >> it bounced after light and then the second was longer. >> the first one was two hours. >> at least. >> reporter: the comet's weak gravity meant the 220-pound lander about the size of a
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dishwasher drifted off into space about a mile from the comet. amazingly it settled back only about a mile from its intended target. philae was meant to fire its harpoons into the comet but it didn't work. >> would you try to fire it? >> i wouldn't do it again because the harpoons trigger so much inertia that it may push away. >> reporter: there's another concern. the philae relies on the solar panel to recharge its batteries to nan its instruments. but because it's settled in a cliff it's unlikely to do that and it's unclear how long it can survive. charlie d'agata, cbs news, darmstadt, germany. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on the latest message from the leader of isis. we'll hear from former cia
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deputy director mike morell. we'll also sit down with former navy s.e.a.l. robert o'neill who claims he fired the bullet that killed osama bin laden. and we'll have a preview of the hollywood film awards. that's all for "cbs morning news." i'm anne-marie green. thanks for watching. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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. >> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". and today is friday, november 14th, good morning, i'm ukee washington. >> i'm erika von tiehl. these are stories we're following today, little taste of winter for folks across the region, of course courtesy of the polar vortex. what's the weekends have in store in katie has the answer. >> a jewelry heist in philadelphia, four thieves caught on camera just before making off with hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of merchandise. we'll have the latest on the search for the suspects. >> and manna cured of kidnapping a philadelphia woman and trying to escape through maryland is set to face a judge once again. right now, though, we want to get back to the snow and the chilly temps. >> yes indeed, look at it. that was something else. here's katie. what's it looking like, katy? >> thankfully i can report we are watching this system m


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