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protesters. now a major battle is looming out west. speaking out. herman cain's wife breaks her silence against the sexual harassment allegations against her husband. >> i know that is not the person he is. he totally respects women. the night at the ball. justin timberlake keeps his promise to a very happy marine. this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, november 14th, 2011. captioning funded by cbs good morning, everybody. good to see you this morning. i'm terrell brown. we begin with the occupy wall street protests. trouble brewing in oakland this morning for the third time in three days. city officials have warned demonstrators they face immediate arrest if they don't move in front of city hall. meanwhile, the anti-wall street protesters in portland, oregon, are considering their next move. more than 50 demonstrators were
removed yesterday. >> reporter: police in riot gear pushed anti-wall street protesters out of their camp site in downtown portland, oregon. officers carried out demonstrators who refused to leave on their own. authorities starting tearing down tents and cleaning the area, while fences went up to block protesters from getting back in. >> if they want to take it over, they can have the tent, just don't take me! >> reporter: portland's mayor ordered police to shut down the site, saying conditions were unhealthy. protesters started clashing with police early sunday morning when officers first arrived to evict them. >> it was actually a fairly controlled movement and although it was noisy and confrontational, our officers performed in an exceptional manner. >> reporter: after a day-long standoff, demonstrators marched to a new location to regroup. >> there is a large group of people who are saying just take a breath, back off, let's
reboot, let's do occupy portland 2.0. >> reporter: this weekend, similar confrontations happened around the country. in salt lake city, police arrested more than a dozen people who refused to leave a camp they had lived in for three weeks. in denver, riot police moved in on demonstrators illegally setting up tents at their protest site. and in albany, new york, officers handcuffed two dozen people. occupy wall street protesters say they are a peaceful movement, demonstrating against corporate greed. danielle notingham, cbs news. "the washington post" grants will go to doctors and community groups and others who work with patients and federal health care programs like medicare. the president is in hawaii
this morning. mr. obama defended his efforts to contain iran's nuclear program. he said economic sanctions have enormous bite. the president said that china should, quote, play by the rules when it comes to currency valuation and other economic affairs. leaders from 21 countries attended that summit. to politics now. for the first time hermian cains wife is speaking out. >> reporter: gloria cain who that now been mostly out of the spotlight so far in this campaign is talking and she is defending her husband. hermin' cain's wife says she doesn't believe the sexual harassment allegations that have been leveled against her husband. gloria cain and her family talked to fox news. >> to hear such graphic allegations and know that that would have been something that was totally disrespectful of her
as a woman and i know that's not the person he is. he totally respects women. >> reporter: four women have accused the republican presidential candidate of sexual harassment while he was in charge of the national restaurant association. but gloria cain says her husband, of 43 years would have to have a split personality to do the things that were said. despite the allegations against him, cain remains a front-runner for the republican nomination, and some of his comments during the last gop debate grabbed the attention of president obama. during the cbs news national journal debate both cain and congresswoman michele bachmann said they would reinstate waterboarding as a interrogation technique. >> i would return to that policy. i don't see it as torture. >> reporter: president obama responded at a trade summit in hawaii. >> let me just say this. they are wrong. waterboarding is torture. >> reporter: a new poll out
today says cain is still leading among republicans but in a head-to-head matchup with president obama, people surveyed favored the president. same goes for mitt romney. in a head-to-head matchup, that poll shows the president would win but in a generic contest against a republican, they would win. yesterday, nfl great franco harris defended his college coach. >> he did his job. people higher than him. fit went all the way to the president, that is stuff they should do, they should take care of. a civil suit is being prepared against the university. pennsylvania's governor wouldn't be surprised if more alleged victims come forward. >> reporter: the pat attorney general, department of education and the school itself have all launched investigations into the child sex abuse scandal,
focusing on penn state's response to allegations that former star defensive coach jerry sandusky repeatedly molested, raped, or abused eight young boys over a 15-year period, dating back to 1994. interim president rodney ericks erickson. >> we will be completely open, transparent, cooperative in any investigation that is launched. >> reporter: under heightened security, more than a hundred thousand fans wore blue in a blue-out in support of all abuse victims. a pregame gathering on the field by both teams leading to a moment of silence that stilled an entire stadium. >> the whole thing was very emotional. the prayer, i thought that the idea of nebraska to get together midfield was a very special moment. >> reporter: gone, but certainly not forgotten, legendary head coach joe paterno. one of five university officials either fired or sidelined over issues relating to their handling of the scandal.
after a heartbreaking loss, paterno'sson jay, an assistant coach, broke down. >> dad, i wish you were here. we love you! >> reporter: armen keteyian, cbs news, state college, pennsylvania. three fresh crew members are on their way to the international space station. they blasted off this morning. they are aboard a soyuz. daniel burbank will arrive at the station on wednesday. a russian mars probe stuck in earth orbit is slowlily losing altitude. it will fall back to earth within two weeks. experts aren't sure when or where. just ahead on the "morning news," researchers learned of an explosion of diabetes cases. we will tell you why. plus a picture worth way more than a thousand words. the world's most expensive photograph. this is the "cbs morning news." i had enough of feeling embarrassed about my skin.
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in health news this morning, a new report warns of a looming explosion in diabetes worldwide. international diabetes federation says by the year 2030, 1 in 150 adul10 adults co have one form of the disease. the report says people age 40 to 59 are most at risk. it blames high calorie diets and sedentary lifestyles. ashley morrison has more in this morning's cbs news "moneywatch." >> reporter: asian markets finished higher today as europe moved closer to revolving its debt crisis. in italy incoming prime minister mario monti is putting together work on a new government to tackle the country's finance problems. silvio berlusconi submitted his
resignation over the weekend. last week stocks finished higher after a big rally on friday. for the week, the dow gained almost 1.5%. the nasdaq edged down a fraction. just because banks are backing away from debit card fees, it doesn't mean they won't get their money. "the new york times" is reporting the industry is quietly putting new fees into place. there are new charges and higher fees for everything from cash withdrawals at atms to wire payments to higher charges for checking accounts. at the movies, greek gods conquered the competition. the 3d action adventure took in $32 million to win at the box office and a stronger than expected debut weekend. adam sandler's drag comedy "jack and jill" opened in second place despite brutal reviews. last week's number one "puss' n
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here's a look at the weather in some cities around the country. time now for a check on the national forecast. the latest satellite picture shows clouds rolling down the west coast and moving up from mexico toward the great lakes. light showers are moving into the ohio valley and the pacific northwest. later on today, montana and idaho with a couple of inches of snow. a cold front will push to the ohio valley bringing hail, wind, and a possible tornado. some thunderstorms are likely today in south texas. in sports, a big day in the nfl. the new england patriots take control of the afc east and do it on the arm of tom brady who threw for 329 yards including three touchdowns. on the other side, new york jets quarterback mark sanchez had a tough night. intercepted twice and sacked
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on the "cbs morning news," here's a look at today's weather. the ohio valley will see gusty winds and small hail and a possible tornado. severe thunderstorms will range across southern texas. the southeast will have warm temperatures under partly cloudy skies. here is another look at this morning's top stories. more than 50 anti-wall street protesters were arrested
in portland, oregon, after police evicted the demonstrators from two city parks. the city of oakland is preparing to soon kick out protesters there. herman cain's wife is breaking her silence about sexual harassment allegations made against her husband. gloria cain says her husband respects women and she doesn't believe the charges. an american who helped fight rebels in libya is back home this morning. mooj view vimagine view van dyk never told his mother or his girlfriend he was going. our affiliate in washington, d.c. talked to this rebel with a cause. >> people say why did you do this? and i say why didn't you do it? >> reporter: matthew van dyke, happy to be home where he grew up in south baltimore. but not for long. >> my girlfriend made me commitment to three months and when she said three months, i was thinking that's it. yes, no problem. i got off easy. this is the lock off my prison cell.
>> reporter: van dyke was captured by gadhafi's forces a week after arriving in libya to fight with his rebel friends. >> when i went missing, my friend nori, who i had gone to fight with, he these posters made that he put up. >> reporter: he spent five and a half months in solitary in gadhafi's notorious prison. >> i heard late at night, sounds of people being violently interrogated. i thought my might was coming so i trimmed down my fingernails and toenails so they couldn't pull my nails out. >> reporter: his mom desperate to find him. >> most people were convinced that he was dead at some point. >> it never entered my mind. >> reporter: but when he got out. >> it was a prison break. >> reporter: he went right back to the front. >> i came to this country willing to take people for freedom. yeah, it's something i struggle with and maybe i just did. i don't know. >> reporter: van dyke was on the other side of sirte when rebels
captured gadhafi. >> it was sad the way that -- that the world had to see his death. he put people through hell for 42 years. >> reporter: with libya freed. >> i'm a hundred percent confident it will be a democratic capitalist country. >> reporter: his mom and girlfriend reassured. >> a book written first so he has some money but he'll do something else, i'm sure. >> reporter: van dyke is preparing to join the next rebellion, perhaps in syria. >> i'm very patriotic and i'm a citizen of this country primarily, but i'm also a citizen of the world. >> reporter: a world on the march, he thinks, towards freedom. >> pretty amazing story. this morning, on "the early show," doctors say kids should be screened for high cholesterol. i'm terrell brown. and this is the "cbs morning news." there's only one place that has the new kardashian kollection. apostrophe, uk style by french connection, structure, and bongo...
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good morning and welcome to 9news now. today is monday, november 14th, i'm andrea roane. >> good morning. we're glad you're here. monika samtani is off this week. we have beverly farmer in for her. you'll hear her voice in a bit. >> a familiar voice. >> howard bernstein has your weather first. happy monday. >> happy monday. nice weekend. really mild start today. we're in the 50s. last week, we had mornings in the 30s. that won't be the case for the first half of the week. warm air mass in place. today's going to be on the warm side. could be 70 in spots. here's a look at the day planner for you this monday
morning. temperatures in the mid-50s. there is a slim, slim chance of a shower. i've kept it off the board. by midday, mid-60s. breezy at times this afternoon with highs in the upper 60s to low 70s. sunrise at 6:49. it sets at 4:55. we're watching some clouds pushing through the region. that will be the case over the next few hours. any showers and strong ones in indiana, ohio from i-70 north into pennsylvania. not 70 down here but 70 in ohio and pennsylvania. 40 in frederick and cumberland. that's about it. petersburg is 59. 59 also in annapolis and southern maryland. lots of areas in the mid-50s this morning. it will be a warm afternoon for this time of year. upper 60s to low 70s out there. that's about 10 to 12 to 13 above average. beverly farmer is standing by with the latest timesaver traffic. >> howard, pretty good start for those headed out early on. just the overnight roadwork to
worry about still in place. 66 eastbound as you approach the beltway. the roadwork is still in place there which leaves you with access to both the inner loop and the outer loop. one lane is open for the next few minutes. inbound 14th street bridge. volume light to head downtown. gw parkway open now, northbound getting past spout run. that weekend roadwork is done. montgomery county beltway, working each way on silver spring and bethesda, the last of the paving operation. for the first time, herman cain's wife is speak out about the sexual harassment allegations against her husband. >> susan mcginnis has more on her interview on fox news. >> reporter: herman cain's wife says she doesn't believe the sexual harassment allegations that have been leveled against her husband. gloria cain and her family talked to fox news's brett van sist trend. >> to hear such graphic
allegations and know that that would have been something that was totally disrespectful of her as a woman and i know that's not the person he is. he totally respects women. >> four women have accused the republican presidential candidate of sexual harassment while he was in charge of the national restaurant association. but gloria cain says her husband of 43 years would have to have a split personality to do the things that were said. >> despite the allegations against him, cain remains a front-runner for the republican nomination and some of his comments during the last g.o.p. debate grabbed the attention of president obama. during the cbs news national journal debate, both cain and congresswoman michele bachmann said they would reinstate waterboarding as an interrogation technique. >> i would return to that policy. i don't see it as torture. >> president obama responded while at a trade summit in hawaii. let me say this, they're wrong.
water boarding is torture. >> a new poll out today shows cain is still leading among republicans but in a head-to- head matchup with president obama, people surveyed, favored the president. susan mcginnis for cbs news, washington. as she said, a new poll showed president obama would beat mitt romney in a head-to- head matchup. u.s. park police have issued an arrest warrant for the man they say is responsible for a shooting near the white house. >> park police say 21-year-old oscar ortega fired an ak-47 along constitution avenue between the white house and the monument. he's charged with carrying a dangerous weapon. police say his right hand has a tattoo with three dots on it. his upper back has the name ortega. on the left side of his neck, the word israel is at that time today. call police if you have any information on his whereabouts. d.c. poliar
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