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a new weather threat in buffalo. after last week's historic snowfall, warming temperatures puts the city at risk of dangerous flooding. >> and a new storm system could discorrupt your travel holiday plans. after they clear the wrongdoing of the attack in bengha benghazi, some in the gop are blasting the report. i think the report's full of crap. and an nfl rookie makes a stunning catch. some are calling the best they've ever seen. >> are you kidding me. that is impossible. that is slb impossible what he just did. captioning funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, november 24th,
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2014. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. folks in buffalo, new york, are holding their breath this morning. all that snow, seven feet, is melting and could lead to flooding. it rained yesterday and more is expected today. temperatures are expected to reach 60 degrees with winds gusting. evacuation plans and emergency shelters are being readiyed and schools are closed. mayor andrew cuomo says it's dangerous for a number of reasons. >> it's a toxic flood. it has sewage in it, all sorts of runoff, and it does tremendous damage with anything that it hits. >> a strong line of storms moved through the south. a suspected tornado ripped through a farm in georgia. meteorologist eric fisher of our boston station wbz says it's
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part of a larger esystem that will affect your travel plans. >> we continue to watch the threat. until the morning hours watch g watching. we could still see an isolated tornado and damaged windfall and i went gusts. on the backside, cold air wrapping in asnowfall, the chicago end. also looking at very warm temperatures up into the 60s that woeshlt last for two long. a lot of folks this week on an east coast storm that starts in the southeast, runs up the coastline and looking at strong winds and heavy rainfall along the coast. snow in the interior. what we'll be doing the next couple of days is finding out exactly where that rain line will be. you want to keep an eye on this forecast. we could see some significant delays on a very busy day. i'm meteorologist eric fisher for cbs news.
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the missouri grand jury deciding whether to indied a white police officer for killing an unarmed black teenager is expected to meet today. protesters marched last night in ferguson where 18-year-old michael brown was shot and killed by police officer darren wilson more than three weeks ago. ferguson is a town on edge. >> reporter: many who went to church in ferguson sunday got a special message with their sermon. >> we have vary varying views. >> reporter: the community is on edge once the 12 jurors make a decision on darren wilson. he shout 18-year-old michael brown in august. protesters have demonstrated every day since the shooting. some of the events have turned violent. residents are bracing for more
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protests regardless of what the grand jury decides. more than a thousand local law enforcement officers have received special training. local and national leaders are urging people to keep their demonstrations calm. >> we're calling upon our members, members of the community to respond to this decision in a nonviolent fashion. >> reporter: the grand jury has been deliberating for more than three months. a decision could come any day. danielle nottingham, cbs news, ferguson, missouri. cleveland police are investigating the fatal shooting of a 12-year-old boy. he died last night. he shot by police when he pulled out what turned out to be a bb gun from his pants after police told him to raise his hands. vicente arenas reports. >> reporter: the shooting happened at a cleveland recreation center after this 911
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call. there's a guy with a pistol. >> reporter: the officers, a veteran and rookie responded to the call. they never got the information that the gun might be fake. they say when they arrived they saw the boy pick the gun up off the table and put it in his waistband. >> the young man had a weapon in his waistband, he pulled the weapon out. one of the officers fired two hots striking the young man. >> reporter: it was only after the boy was shot they learned he was 12 years old and that his gun was an air soft replica bb begun. he never pointed the gun or threatened them. it was a rookie officer. the boy's name was tamir rice. he lived across the street with his mother. the officer has been placed administrative leave. the cuyahoga sheriff's office is
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investigating the shooting. today's the deadline to reach a deal with the iran nuclear program. they're making a final push in exchange for lifting tough economic sanctions. it's been reported that secretary of state john kerry told iranian officials it's time to consider extending the talks if no deal is reached. an american executed by isis is being remembered. he was captured last year in syria while delivering relief supplies to refrefugees. and a new report is drawing fire from republicans. a gop-led committee conducted the investigation. it was meant to answer allegations from republican lawmakers about how the white house responded to the attack. four americans were killed including ambassador chris stevens. susan mcginnis is in washington. susan, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie.
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this report follows a handful of others that looked into the attack on benghazi and it came largely to the same conclusion. no wrongdoing on the part of u.s. officials. a two-year-long investigation into the 2012 attack in benghazi is finally over and it has cleared the white house of wrongdoing. >> there was no standdown order, no political interference. no effort to spin the talking points. >> the committee led by republicans found that they acted proper will i in their response and it did not miss an opportunity to rescue four americans killed in the attack. >> i think the report's full of crap. >> lindy graham continues to believe the white house has withheld information. >> the people who looked at benghazi in a stovepipe fashion have not come up with a reasonable explanation for all the shenanigans. >> the report found the compound
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was not adequately protect and there was contradictory evidence about who carried out the attack. >> it began spontaneously in benghazi. >> it led susan rice to say it was an attack as a result of someone who posted an anti-muslim video on life. they say no one intentionally mislead the public about the nature of the attack. after six government reports now, this is still not the last word about benghazi. there's another investigation going. they say that one will be the final definitive accounting of what happened. anne-marie? >> thank you, susan. coming up on the "morning news," rape allegations shut down a greek fraternity. and the gas prices at the pump.
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saying anything but a guy doesn't have to answer to inwindows. fraternities are closed this morning. it's in response to a rolling stone article of a brutal sexual assault. >> reporter: the article published last week goes into graphic detail about an alleged gang rape of an 18-year-old woman at a phi kappa psi fraternity party in september 2012. the woman identified only as jackie says some of her friends encouraged her to not report the rape because it might tarnish the school's reputation. she said, quote, one of my roommated said do you want to say something that's going to paint the university in a debate. >> we have this honor system where we do trust and if we leave our book baek or laptop out that no one will steal it.
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but if we go in to a party, greek or not, we do not trust we're not going to be sexually assaulted. >> reporter: uva is one of more than 80 schools under investigation for alleged title ix violation including the mishandling of sexual assault. it's also one of a dozen of schools under a repliens review, the most serious kind the didn't conducts. on saturday uva president teresa sullivan issue add statement saysing she's asked the charlottesville police department to address the 2012 incident. this will require institutional changes cultural change, and legislative change, and it will not be easy. we are making those changes. the university's governing board meets here in charlottesville on tuesday to discuss the school's policy regarding the sexual assault including the latest
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on the "cbs moneywatch" gas prices drop and budweiser try as new ad without the clydesdale. good morning, anne-marie. people hitting the road this holiday season, more good news at the gas pump. the average price of gasoline is down 10 cents over the past two weeks. the nationwide average is now $2.84 a gallon. the price of gas has fallen 88 cents a gallon since may. it's the plummeting price of oil that's driving the prices down. this thursday leaders meeting. the price of crude oil has dropped 25% over the past year. stocks here on wall street opened at record highs. the dow gained over 171 points last week finishing at a record high as did the s&p which
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finished the week 23 points higher. the nasdaq gained over 11 points. today apple launches a two f h week campaign to help in the battle against aids. the campaign is called apps for red. started by singer bono. proceeds from 25 top-selling apps will go to the global fund. apple stores will offer customers buying special products a red gift card, a portion of which goes to the global fund. and budweiser is reportedly keeping its famous clydesdales in the barn for the holidays. it's trotted out its favorite hor horses for holiday advertising but according to "the wall street journal" budweiser's ads won't feature the horses. they're trying to target younger consumers to drink over beers. >> at least i don't have to worry about bursting into tears while watching tv. thanks a lot, jill.
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forecast in some cities around the country. football fans are still talking this morning about what might be the highlight of the nfl southbound. in the second quarter against dallas, odell beckham jr. makes a one-handed catch as he tumbled into the end zone. the ball seemingly sticks to his hand. it was beckham's second touchdown of the game and it left nfl commentator cris collinsworth in awe. >> oh, my goodness.
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this is sick. put this to music. i don't think he stepped out either. that may be the greatest catch i've ever seen. >> and that thought was echoed by nba superstar lebron james who tweeted, man, i just witnessed the greatest camp ever possibly by odell beckham jr. wow. beckham stopped about the famous grab after the game. >> i hope it's not the only time. i hope i can make more. >> but dallas would have the game's most important highlights. the cowboys come from behind twice in the second half and they take the lead for good with dez bryant's second saskatchewan of the game. they win. one direction took home the award for artist of the year at last night's "american music awards." the band won three other awards. taylor swift was given the award for excellence and started off a
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two chicago women are being rescued this morning after being rescued if there a building collapse. firefighters swarmed the rubble and also saved a dog. they don't believe anyone else was trapped inside. the cause of the collapse is under investigation. and a russian capsule docked with the irn ter natiinternatioe station. the crew of six will be prepared the station for the arrival of new u.s. commercial taxis starting in late 2017. and back on earth bears are heading into hibernation this winter. among them, a little cub named cinder. she was wounded by a wildfire but has made a remarkable
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recovery and now she's reach add huge milestone. carter evans reporting. >> reporter: this summer's carl tochb complex fire was the largest ever to hit washington state. nearly 300 homes were destroyed as well as 400 square miles of wildlife habitat. it's unknown how many animals may have died but somehow this little cub survived. her rescuers named the baby black bear cinder. her paws singed with third degree burns. her face and chest were also badly burned. cinder's road to recovery began when she was airlifted. she was scared and mall nourished when they began rehab with lots of tlc. bandages were changed every day and she consume add steady diet
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of fish and berries. on friday came the announce nnlt via facebook, cinder is going home. first stop, a rehab center in idaho and then come spring back to the woods of washington. the landscape here has changed significantly, but at least one resilient cub is proving you can go home again. carter evans, cbs news, los angeles. and iconic piece of hollywood history goes on auction today. the cowardly lion costume from "the wizard of oz" is going on sale in new york. the owner says it's been authenticated as being worn by bert lahr in the movie. another costume sold for close to a million dollars in recent years. and the latest installment of "the hunger games" posted the biggest box office opening of the year. "mockingjay" part 1 made ov$1 ma
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million. the second part is due for release a year from now. the animated adventure "big here rowe" moved into second place and "intersterile" came in third. we'll be live from the scene. that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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>> we begin with breaking news, i95 northbound completely shutdown through chester as police investigate a fatal accident we're told. this is expected to caution major problems during the this is expected to caution >> the forecast just about information it right now. storm scan3, shows, rain, but there is also a warming trend. and then a dramatic change, the possibility of snow, just as you head out, ready for your thanksgiving dinner. >> also, disturbing discovery in south philadelphia. now the man who found a woman's body is talking to "eyewitness news". >> and back on the road to victory, the eagles score early and often to beat the titans and stay on ton of the nfc east.


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