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captioning funded by cbs it's monday, january 8th, 2018. this is the "cbs morning news." fire and fury fall joutd. president trump's team rallies to his defense after an explosive new book. the author is a garbage author of a garbage book. the warmup begins but the blast from the arctic cold is still causing problems. a water main break at kennedy errant and ice for drivers in boston. and -- i want all the girls here
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watching to know that a new day is on the horizon. >> oprah winfrey steals the show at the golden globe and makes history. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. he regrets not responding sooner to a book in which it slams the president and his family. they took every opportunity to undermine the book and bannon, and the president is defending his fitness for office. hena doba is here in new york. good morning, hena. >> good morning, anne-marie. the president will spend a good part of the day talking about plans to boost the development. in the meantime he's calling that book "fire and fury" a fake book by a totally discredited offer. president trump is back at the white house after huddling with
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republican leaders at camp david over the weekend. they were discussing the gop's legislative agenda for 2018 while much of washington was still talking about "fire and fury," a new book that's harshly critical of the trump administration. >> reporter: allies took to the airways to talk on the book's assertion that the white house has doubts. >> i can tell you he's got the wherewithal to do things no politician has been able to do and in a good way. steve bannon is quoted extensively in the book. he used the words "treasonous" and "unpatriotic." on sunday he took back some of what he said and he said his support is, quote, unwavering for the president and his agenda. some democrats dismissed the idea that the book is a work of
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fiction. >> i don't think there's any party in congress if at least privately who has not expressed those concerns. >> reporter: today the president will be at nashville to speak at a farmers convention. tonight he'll go to georgia to watch them play in the college football championship. and the president had planned to announce his fake news awards today. he said, quote, instead the losers will be unveiled on wednesday." "fire and fury" is number one on amazon's best-selling list. ahead on "cbs this morning," we'll talk to the author of "fire and fury" michael wolff about steve bannon and the president's response to his book. the focus of this year's golden globes was the sexual harassment scandals that turned the business industry upside down. they wore black and called for gender equality and a safe work
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environment. chris martinez has that and more on the winners. >> three billboards -- >> reporter: the film won four golden globe awards. >> my daughter angela was murdered seven months ago. >> reporter: "three billboards outside of missouri" is about justice. "ladybird" won for befl picture. and "big little lies" took home four awards. actress natalie portman noted the lack of women in the best directing academy. >> reporter: host seth meyers kicked off the night addressing hollywood's sexual harassment allegations. >> good evening, ladies and remaining gentlemen. >> reporter: the red carpet was a sea of black. nearly every celebrity wore black for "time's up."
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meryl streep and amy poehler were among several actresses to bring activists including tennis great billie jean king and the leader of the "me too" movement. >> that a new day is on the horizon. >> reporter: and oprah winfrey became the first blackwoman to be honored with the cecil b. mill award for her contributions to tv and film. chris martinez, cbs news, los angeles. this morning delays continue at new york's kennedy airport following a water main pipe brake that shut down one of the terminals. the break appears to be weather-related. this was on top of thursday's big snowstorm that stranded thousands of passengers. >> having the arrivals out of commission for four hours on a
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business sunday particularly given the flights had been rescheduled, inconvenienced and will inconvenience many, many people and that is totally unacceptable. >> the authority which runs the airport says the storm and extreme cold created a cascading series of problems. some jets were stuck on the taxi ways for hours. those cold temperatures on the east coast are expected to moderate today. the gradual warmup begins following another frigid night. meg oliver reports. >> reporter: days after massive snowstorm's stinging temperatures continues sunday from south carolina to maine -- >> i never anticipated we'd get this cold and stay this blue for so long. >> reporter: new york city has added a cold blue for the homeless and shelters added beds. >> it's really been very demanding on us, and then you think about those that we serve.
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it's a matter of life and death literally for them on the streets. >> reporter: in dorchester, massachusetts, flames on a five-alarm fire. firefighters frosted over during the fight. in the nation's capitol, power outages and ruptured pipes are delag classes monday at howard university for at least a week. >> you don't want us to go there and start freezing and take away from the learning environment. >> reporter: the cleanup could take daus. in boston, major on stam calls, streets that have turned into rivers with floating ice chunks. with gusting winds at more than 100 miles an hour, new hampshire was the coldest on saturday. >> right now we're at 14 degrees below zero and 55 below. really cold instead of bone-chilling cold out there on the summit this morning. >> that was mel oliver
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reporting. >> in southern california this morning, heavy rain and wind threatened to trigger mudslides. residents prepared sandbags. areas were recent wildfires burned vegetation are particularly vulnerable. up to 4 inches of rain could fall in the foothills around los angeles. evacuations have been issued for parts of santa barbara county. overseas, they're expected to hld official talks tomorrow. they would be the first high-level countries to hold talks in more twhoon years. the talks are going include talking about the winter olympics in the south. president trump said on saturday he would absolutely be willing to talk by phone with north korean leader kim jong-un. the u.s. navy is helping in the search for 32 crew members of an iranian oil tanker. they've been missing since saturday when the tanker collide
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it caught fire. it was carrying nearly a million barrels of light oil. coming up on the "morning news," i phone warning. and a secret mission. what was on board spacex's classified flight last night. this is the "cbs morning news."
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journal-constitution" says the naacp plans to protest president trump's appearance at tonight's college football championship game. mr. trump is expected to attend the game between georgia and alabama at atlanta's mercedes-benz stadium. the naacp is urging attendees to hold up white towels. the towel is to mock the snowflake white. "the new york times" reports is rile is reacting with its own black list in response to the boycott of the country. they listed 20 organization yesterday. they'll bar the leaders for supporting an economic, cultural, and academic boycott against the jewish state. it includes the quakers, friends conservative committee and the feminist group cold pink. they're urging them to address what they say is a growing problem of children getting
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lake city. dozens of flights have been diverted or canceled including into and out of the airport this morning. >> on the "cbs moneywatch" now, visionary glasses for alexa, and an airing bag recall expands. diane king hall is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. diane, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. well, wall street is off to the races in 2018 tallying its best start to a year in over a decade. this week the quarterly earning season kicks off. last week the dow gained 35 points. the largest automotive recall in u.s. history just got bigger. japanese airbag marek takata is recalling another 3.3 million faulty airbags. it's recalling vehicles from 2009 through 2013. they'll be called over the next
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it does. >> that full court 94-foot putt earned a clemson university student $10,000. christopher karnes sank a putt during half time at clemson's game against louisville on saturday. he jumped for joy after making the putt. he said he's never played golf before. the nfl is looking into whether the panthers flomed the concussion protocol after cam newton got an injure. he took a hit to his head in the playoff loss to the mean saints. he tried to walk off but took a knee. the team said he got poked in the eye. >> reporter: mariota for the line of scrimmage. maybe across the line. it deflects back to him for a touchdown for the bonus. >> tennessee titans quarterback marcus mariota threw a touchdown pass to himself in yesterday's
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playoff win against the kansas city chiefs. that's the first time it's happened in an nfl playoff game. and a florida cup sl asking the stream court to go out on a limb and decide the fate of their $30,000 treehouse. they built the treehouse in 2011. the city of holmes beach said they did not need a permit to construct it. after it was build they did need a permit and ordered them to tear it down. after a five-year court battle, they're turning to the supreme court. >> the supreme court is the last court of resorts, so -- >> and if it doesn't work out here -- >> if it doesn't work out, we don't even want to think about it yet. it's hard to think about it. especially when we knew we didn't do anything wrong. >> well, the couple estimated they spent more than $100,000 to
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our top stories this morning at the golden globe awards. women dressed in black. meanwhile "three billboards outside ebbing, missouri" won. and steve bannon is walking back comments published in a book slamming president's eldest son. he described a meeting in 2016 between donald trump jr. and a russian lawyer as trees onnous and unpatriotic. on saturday the president
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defended his fitness for office insisting he's a very stable genius. more than half the country is seeing a spike in the flu season. john blackstone has more. >> reporter: emergency rooms are packed. balan ambulances are being redirected. and medical officials from chicago to california are sounding the alarm. according to the centers for disease control and prevention, in the past week, regions experiencing high flu activity increased from 21 states to 26 states and new york city. the number of states reporting widespread flu activity rose and in california alone, at least 27 people have died. the volume of flu patients at palomar health in san diego county increased so much a tent had to be set up to manage the influx. >> every year we do see an
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increase. this year it hit very hard and very quickly. what we compare it to was 2009 when we had h1n1. >> how are the volumes today? >> it's been busy. >> reporter: dr. hanson runs palomar's emergency department. he said on the hospital's busiest day, over 400 patients came in with flu-like symptoms. >> during the week of the holidays there were about 1,000 new cases of flu. in the tent here, we're seeing upwards of 68 patients in a ten-hour time period. doctors are still encouraging vaccinations. >> even if you get flu and vaccinated, your severity is much less. lower risk of death. so even though it's not thought to have been quite as effective as in past years, it's still super, super important. coming up on "cbs this morning," surgery to correct blurred vision can sometimes do
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more than just provide better sight. how cataract surgery could lead to a longer life. plus, we hear from queen elizabeth for the first time as she reveals details about the day she was crowned. and mark phillips takes us to a test kitchen where they're altering your senses to enhance the taste of food. that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
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another rounds of winter weather on the way, this is live look at storm scan3, katie will tell us when freezing rain and sleet could make the roads icy today. >> more water main breaks than crews can handle. live with why officials say they won't immediately responds to some of the calls. >> that's male subject out in the middle of the river, attempt to go rescue a dog. >> rescued from the icy brandywine, how a man and a dog were pulled to safety on frigid night. >> new day is on the horizon. and making a big statement on big night for hollywood. me two movement takes center stage at the golden globe. today is monday, january 8, good morning, i'm j

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