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help is on the way to victims of the super typhoon in the philippines. the united states marines launches the first american relief mission to the region where thousands are feared dead after friday's storm. no deal on iran's nuclear program after talks in geneva end without an agreement, lawmakers consider more sanctions against iran's government. >> my actions were coming from a place of love. no matter how bad and how vulgar it sounds -- >> and bullying denial. miami dolphins player richie incognito opens up for the first time since his suspension for allegedly abusing a teammate. captioning funded by cbs first time since his suspension for allegedly
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this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, november 11th, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, this morning the situation for millions of people in the philippines is desperate. three days after typhoon haiyan made landfall, stunned survivors are pleading for food, shelter, and medicine. this morning haiyan made landfall in northern vietnam near the chinese border and has weakened to a tropical storm. in the philippines authorities say about 2 million people are affected. tens of thousands of homes have been destroyed. and two provincial officials say the death toll could reach 10,000. cbs producer barnaby lo is on the phone from the island. barnaby, good morning. how are you? >> good morning, anne-marie. i'm okay. but the city is a whole different story. the first batch of aid from the u.s. has arrived in the philippines and it is on its way
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now to the central philippines, the region hardest hit by typhoon haiyan. it's carrying two trucks and a forklift. this equipment will definitely be helpful in clearing the roads, which is impaerative so relief can hit the hardest hit areas. right now hundreds of thousands of survives especially in the city of tacloban are running out of water. because of this, there's looting. i spoke with a family who to told me they came from tacloban. they told me their grocery store had been ransacked and that looters had threatened their lives. they also told me at least seven people had been killed by looters in one of the biggest malls in the city. so the situation in tacloban city has gone from desperate to danger riis and that's why the region has been declared an emergency.
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there's one good piece of news. a 21-year-old mother gave birth to a baby at the airport in tacloban, and by all accounts this is a miracle baby. the mother survived the storm by swimming and clinging to a post until she found her way to the airport. an amazing story in the middle of this disaster. anne-marie? >> it is. even under desperate conditions, life goes on. barnaby lo on the island. thank you so much. at the same time some families here in the united states are waiting to hear from loved ones who were caught in the storm. susan mcginnis is in washington. susan, good morning. >> anne-marie, good morning. the president released a statement last night saying he and the first lady are deeply saddened by the loss of life but saying that the people of the philippines share a deep resiliency. meanwhile the storm is having an impact on communities across the country. in los angeles, home to the largest filipino population in the united states, a call to prayer.
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and call to action. >> we need to get the nation. >> reporter: at this church a fund-raiser was already planned to help with the earthquake in the filipino nation. now they have a long ways to go. >> they're a third world country so they don't have the things we here in the united states have. >> for many the typhoon affects family members back in the philippines. >> my uncle and mother were talking to their cousins and the last they heard was on friday. the only news they said is that one of my other uncles' houses was completely gone, completely destroyed. >> the storm impacted at least 2 million people and forced some 800,000 evacuations. the area has left devastation, leaving those cut off. >> if our families are okay, i think about those whose lives have been altered dramatically because of this.
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>> now, even the most basic supplies are needed, things like soap and toothbrushes and canned goods. the biggest challenge for relief workers will be getting to the areas that have been hardest hit. for all the people who want to help, there's a list of charities on our website at anne-marie? all right. susan mcginnis in washington. thank you, susan. new negotiations with iran are scheduled to begin next week. talks on the nuclear program broke down in geneva. skeptical lawmakers are considering new sanctions and are waiting to hear from secretary john kerry this week. marlie hall has the report. >> reporter: secretary of state john kerry will try to reassure skeptical lawmakers who want to keep the pressure on iran. >> we're not blind, and i don't think we're stupid. i think we have a pretty strong sense of how to measure on whether or not we're acting in the interest of our country and of the globe and particularly of
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our allies. >> reporter: kerry calls the talk between iran and the six parties a work in progress. the proposed deal would be a temporary arrangement that would have u.s. ease economic sanctions in exchange for some of iran's nuclear program including a freeze of its high-grade uranium production, but the talks broke down wednesday. it was called a fool's game and israel ease prime minister called the deal one-sided. >> iran maintains its ability to produce uranium enriched bombs. it also maintains another route, a blue tone yen water route to make plutonium bombs. >> iran's president said it will not give up the right to make uranium. >> they had a hidden enrich manhattan facility that we had to find out about. we have to make sure that even though we know what the next steps are going to be.
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>> both russia and briton maintain chances for a deal are high, but secretary kerry says he's determined this will be a good deal or there will be no deal. marlie hall for cbs news. coming up on the "morning news," skyfall. a large satellite runs out of fuel and plunges back down to earth. this is the "cbs morning news." runs out of fuel and plunges back down to earth. this is the "cbs morning news." . i tell them, "come straight to the table." i say, "it's breakfast time, not playtime." "there's fruit, milk and i'm putting a little nutella on your whole-wheat toast." funny, that last part gets through. [ male announcer ] serving nutella is quick and easy. its great taste comes from a unique combination of simple ingredients like hazelnuts, skim milk and a hint of cocoa. okay, plates in the sink, grab your backpacks -- [ male announcer ] nutella. breakfast never tasted this good.
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a european weather satellite about as big as a car came back to earth overnight. according to the european space agency, the satellite disintegrate high into the atmosphere and caused no damage. don dahler has more. >> reporter: the gravity field and steady state ocean explorer was launched in 2009. it ran out of fuel on october 21st and has succumbed to the very thing it was designed to study. gravi gravity. cbs analyst don dyer says -- >> they estimate that the odds of getting hit by a piece of space debris are about one in a trillion. to put that in perspective, your can chances of getting hit by lightning is 1.14 million. it explode into thousands of pieces before crashing into the pacific. in fact, that's where most unmanned spacecraft end up when they lose orbit. in recent years, a russian
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-- nasa satellite, a russian space probe, and a spice station all landed harmlessly in the ocean. >> every year dozens of objects return to earth in similar fashion, but this one is unique return to earth in similar fashion, but this one is unique as it's a large spacecraft as far as spacecrafts go. they skip along the outer layers of the atmosphere, much like a rock skipping across a pond. it create add first high-resolution boundary between the earth's crust and mantle, but it also reiterated what isaac newton declared 350 years ago. what goes up must come down. don dahler, cbs news, new york. on the "cbs moneywatch," an online shopping spree in china today, and the bank of america is hit with some big penalties. wendy gillette is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morn, wendy. >> good morning, anne-marie. federal prosecutors want bank of america to pay $864 million to
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cover bad home loans the government bought from countrywide financial. bank of america bought countrywide in 2008. last month a jury found bank of america liable for knowingly selling fannie mae and freddie mac thousands of bad loans during the housing boom. bank of america denied there was frad. asian markets were higher as economic advisers waited for word from a meeting in beijing. tokyo's nikkei added more than 1%. hong kong's hang seng gain 1.5%. this week wall street will be paying particular attention to comments from the federal reserve. wall street will be watching for hints the fed will be scaling back its bond-buying stimulus program. last week the dow finished higher by 146 points and the nasdaq composite finished two points lower. the owner of a tesla electronic
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car said he'd buy another. it was the third tesla to catch fire after an accident. the ntsb is investigating. the doctor said the car protected him. the tesla stock lost nearly 22% of its value last week. in china, the 11th day of the 11th month is not about veterans. it's about online shopping. it's about singles day, day singles engage in some online retail therapy. alibaba, china's biggest online retailer, projects close to $5 billion in sales. that's close to what americans spend on black friday and cyber monday combined. anne-marie? that's my kind of holiday. >> i thought you might like that. wendy gillette at the new york stock exchange. thanks a lot, wendy. straight ahead, a miami dolphin teammate speaks at length for the first time since his suspension. and on the field, an unbelievable catch with no time on the clock. was it enough to win the game for the cincinnati bengals. is . his day of coaching begins with knee pain, when... [ man ] hey, brad, want to trade the all-day relief of two aleve for six tylenol? what's the catch?
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was jonathan martin's best friend on the team. >> my actions were coming from a place of love. no matter how bad and how vulgar it sounds, that's how we communicate. that's how our friendship was. >> reporter: incognito admits in voice mails and text e-mails, he threatened his family and called him the "n" word, but it was taken out of context. >> i'm not a racist, and to judge me by one word is wrong. czech republic cbs sports nfl insider -- >> that's not locker room talk. i don't know that to have ever been okay for a white guy to say that to black guy on any time i ever covered. that blows me away. >> reporter: that kind of language and physical and verbal abuse is why martin said he left. one of them martin report lid says, just know i don't blame
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you guys at all. it's just the culture around football and the locker room has gotten to me is all. mart martin has not spoken publicly and he's being counseled for emotional issues. >> honestly right now i'd give him a hug and say, dude, what's going on. why didn't you come to me. >> reporter: he's scheduled to talk to nfl investigators this week in miami. terrell brown, cbs news, new york. on the field last night, the saints roll over the cowboys in new orleans. drew brees throws for 392 yards and four touchdown passes as the saints set an nfl record for first down and a franchise record for yards. new orleans improves to 7-2 with the 49-17 win over dallas. st. louis receiver tay vaughn austin might be a rookie, but he'll have a hard time topping sunday's performance for the rest of his career.
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austin returns a punt 98 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter. in the third quarter, he catches a short pass and streaks 81 yards to the end zone for another touchdown. in between he also caught a 57-yard touchdown. the rams shocked the colts in indianapolis, 38-8. and the play of the day belongs to bengals receiver, a.j. green. with no time on the clock he catches a deflected pass in the end zone for the touchdown. that would tie up the game for cincinnati. but the bengals lost the momentum in overtime. baltimore kicker justin tucker hits a 46-yard field goal to give the ravens a 20-17 win. when we return, class act. a look at how members of the military are returning to college in large numbers and adjusting to civilian life. new? your bristles are so slim! [ slimsoft ] my floss-tip™ bristles are up to 17x slimmer than other toothbrushes. they easily clean between teeth and along the gumline. wow! so slim! [ male announcer ] colgate® slimsoft™. floss-tip™ bristles for a deep clean.
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here's a look at here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. washington, d.c., sunny today with a high of 58. sunny also in atlanta, but cloudy in st. louis, 57 the high there.
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sunny in denver, seattle, cloudy with a high of 59. in record numbers. former military men and women are moving from the battlefields to the classroom. nearly a million enrolled in school last year. bee zbad shaban takes a look at unique challenges facing former servicemembers. >> reporter: 25-year-old tom lamar is part of a growing number of veterans going back to school as they struggle to return to civilian life. >> they give you a one-way plane ticket from wherever you came from and then from there you have to hit the ground running. >> reporter: lamar fought two wars in iraq. he still suffers from a shoulder injury and post-traumatic stress disorder. benefits from the g.i. bill enable him to attend ucla for free. in 2001, about 21,000 servicemembers and their families use the g.i. bill to go back to school. with more troops returning from iraq and afghanistan, the number more than doubled last year to
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945,000. what value do you place on education? pasadena trainer martin teaches them. they explore everything from financial aid to depression. as a vietnam veteran, martin understands the struggle. >> we as a country, we wrote checks that these men and women had to cash with their sacrifices. they were there for us. they expected us to do right by them. >> reporter: lamar now has one more reason to pursue his education. he and his wife are expecting their first child, a daughter. so you think your degree will inevitably shape her life too. >> definitely. that's the recent motivation in my life to continue my education. >> reporter: lamar works part-time at the veterans resource center on campus and hopes to become a clinical psychologist for the v.a. he wants to help others get back on their feet. bigad shaban, cbs news, los angeles. well, coming up after your local news on "cbs this
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4 minutes before 5:00 on this monday morning. lots of stars over head and a chilly day start. marty is over at first warning weather. let's take a look at the current temperature that is 38 degrees. 55 at lunch on its way to a high of 56. we're going to talk about the clouds coming in later and wet snow tomorrow morning. that's correct, you heard me correct. here's what we have our eye on today, baltimore police are investigating a fatal shooting at a barbershop. police say a man was shot several times then died. no arrests have been made.
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nearly 300 catholic bishops are here to celebrate mass before the annual fall assembly. it is america's first and oldest catholic cathedral. a march begins at 9:00 a.m. and will proceed from the washington monument to the plaza. already in the news, the death toll surges in the wake of a monster storm in the south pacific. the latest on a 911 call that caused police to evacuate dozens of people. why the person responsible could be facing felony charges. another late game roller coaster for ravens fans but this time there's a happy ending. wjz has complete coverage for you coming up. more news first warning weather and your first traffic report of the morning in a couple of minutes.
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