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be a weekender and book weekeyour stay at hampton. it is thursday, november 6th, 2014. welcome to "cbs this morning." republicans warn president obama not to poison the well after a crushing midterm defeat. 72 hours after this violent abduction, a philadelphia woman is found alive. and a young boy loses the desire to eat. holly phillips on the history baffling the doctor. but we begin this morning with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 skojds. >> great wsne. carlesha freeland has been rescued. >> she was found with her
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accused abductor in his car in jessup, maryland. >> thank you for being there for us. i'm taking my baby home. >> i would enjoy having some kentucky bourbon withch mit mcconnell. >> i think it's a little disingenuous at this point. he's had six years to work with republicans. ray rice is due to appear at a hearing today. rice wants to be instated. the drummer of the rock group ac/dc has been detained. >> luke bryant. >> miranda lambert, album heof t year. i'll be the first obamais not concerned about taylor swift's
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-- >> a terrible accident caught on camera. an suv smashed into a aurestrant. >>hall tt. >> new reports say alex rodriguez admitted to using performanchae-engncin drugs. >> prince charles and his wife camilla in mexico. >> and all that matters. >> do i have to write all these downjo, mar? >> you're very familiar with these. >> major works me, man. >> -- on "cbs this morning." >> as a conservative, it is tempting to gloat. i'll be humble about this. get all the victory music out of the speakers. come on. get it out of there. whoo! >> this mornings ee "eye opener" is presented by toyota. let's go places. captioning funded by cbs
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welcome to "cbs this morning." president obama says the republicans' sweeping electorate victory will not change his priority or his staff. he told the reporters tuesday's vote means, quote, the democracy is working. the gop will control the senate and house for the first time in eight years. >> the president did say he's optimistic that washington will become more productive. major garrett is at the white house where president obama held his post-election conference. major, you got in a nice long one. good morning. >> good morning. it's no secret. president obama and mitch mcconnell don't know each other very well and have a long history of talking past instead of to each other. that's going to have to change if they intend do anything more in the next two years but squabble. president obama has a well deserved reputation for keeping
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congressional republicans at arm's length. after another midterm pasting, mr. obama said that will have to change whether he likes it or not. >> i'm certainly going to be spending a lot more time with them now because that's the only way that we're going to be able to get some stuff done, and i take them at their word, that they want to produce. they're in the majority. they need to present their agenda. i need to put forward my best ideas. >> clashes are inevitable over immigration, health care, and energy policy, though mr. obama and the gop senate leader mitch mcconnell both said they might be able to cut deals on expanding trade in asia and europe and building roads, bridges, and ports at home. mcconnell found few words to describe mr. obama, labeling its cordial. o cf1 o >> there's no -- not a personality problem here or anything like that. i think my attitude about all
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this at point is trust, trust but verified. >> the president rejects the idea that if he simply spent more time informally be republicans, deep partisan decisions would dissolve. >> some folks still don't think i spend enough time with congress. why don't you get a drink with mitch mcconnell, they ask. really? why don't you get a drink with mitch mcconnell. >> but tuesday's ballot box route forced the pr to belly up to a new political reality. >> you know, actually i would enjoy having some kentucky bourbon with mitch mcconnell. i don't know what his preferred drink is. my interactions with mitch mcconnell, he has always been very straightforward with me. to his credit he has never made a promise that he couldn't deliver. >> the president will meet with
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mcconnell and other congressional leaders here on friday. the president has one positive memory of mcconnell on capitol hill when he helped dissolve fiscal default in 2013 when he put that deal together with vice president joe biden. the only problem is that deal came months after gridlock that jeopardized the entire u.s. economy and nobody here, gayle, is eager to repeat that particular political sequel. >> now it agains. we'll see. misch mcconnell and john boehner spell out their priorities this morning in "the wall street journal." they criticize legislators for blocking things in the senate. they say, quote, we will make it our job to prove the skeptics wrong. nancy cordes is on capitol hill with changes coming in the senate. nancy, good morning to you. >> good morning. mitch mcconnell is not mincing words about the body he's about to head up. he says it doesn't work, doesn't function, they don't do
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anything, and he's going to make changes right away. >> the senate in the last two years doesn't do anything. >> in kentucky the man who will likely lead the senate says he wants to work with president obama abu a fight is already brewing over immigration. >> it's like waving a red flag in front of a bull to say if you guys don't do what i want, i'm going to do it on my own. >> president obama says he will take unilateral action to fix part of the nation's broken immigration system unless congress acts quickly itself. >> what we can do is keep on waiting. there's a cost to waiting. there's a cost to our economy. it means that resources are misallocated. >> mcconnell vowed to move swiftly on other issues and said he plans to send legislation to the president's death that approves the keystone xl pipeline and approve a medical tax that helps to pay for obama care and he made this promise. >> there will be no government shutdowns. >> he also vowed to hold
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hearings on the irs to investigate claims of partisan bias. but even with the his own party, mcconnell will need to vote with members he wants to move further to the right like ted cruz of texas who along with a handful of his gop colleagues is looking to make a splash as the clock counseleds down to 2016. mcconnell says he's not worried. >> i have no problem with people's ambitions. i serve in a body with a bunch of class presidents. they're all ambitious or they wouldn't be where they are. >> mcconnell says he wants to trust but verify. democrats say they want to trust but verify but they're going eliminate some of the gridlock around here. they argue that he's been responsible for a lot of that gridlock and in the times he has tried to work with the president, norah, often his conservative members have yanked him back again. >> all right, nancy. thank you. a kidnapped philadelphia woman is safe with her family.
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she was found 100 miles from where she was taken. the surveillance video was key to cracking the case. vinita nair are telling us why police are thanking tipsters. good morning. >> good morning. carlesha freeland-gaither was released from the hospital where she was treated for minor injuries. her mother was one of the first people to speak with her over the phone. >> she was very upset. she was crying, and she just was asking for me. she told me she missed me, come get her. >> reporter: last night she was released. she survived this vicious abduction and nearly 72 hours with her captor. the nursing assistant wasn't just blocks from home when she was snatched sushld night in north philadelphia. >> as of now, there's no relation that they know each other. >> 37-year-old delvin barnes was arrested in maryland. he's being held on six felony warrants in virginia unrelated
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to this case for attempted capital murder and assault. >> hopefully he'll be in jail for the rest of his life. >> reporter: on tuesday they released this surveillance video and called this man a person of interest. it was taken from a gas station in aberdeen, maryland. police say he used freeland-gaither's atm card. federal authorities tracked him to this strip mall in maryland. they spotted him inside his ford taurus and moved in. carlesha's mother thanked the philadelphia police and she said she was buoyed by a promise made to her by detective jim sloane. >> he sat in front of me at the kitsch and he said i'm bringing your daughter home and he brought my baby home. >> thank you. >> he brought him right home. >> such a wonderful ending to this story.
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>> police say barnes will be charged with this federal crime. police say a car salesman parentally put the extra feature on the car because he was worried about barnes' alleged bad credit. >> wow. that's interesting. >> interesting twist. >> vinita, thanks. tensions are on the rise this morning in israel after two separate palestinian attacks. militants drove cars into crowds of people. the reason for the violence may have been prayer routes at the religious site. allen pizzey is there where they're trying to ease the friction. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the issue is as much political as it is religious and authorities believe their own right-winged politicians must bare some of the blame for the unrest. overnight a van was driven three israeli soldiers.
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the attack was caught on camera and all three were injured. earlier on wednesday in another attack a policeman was killed and 13 people were injured when a palestinian man slammed his car into a train station and bus stop in jerusalem. he then attacked pedestrians with an iron bar before being shot dead. this morning a cement barrier was put in place to prevent future attacks. police say there were ties to the palestinian group. israeli riot police moved in to clear barricades set up by protesters after right-winged politicians prepared to pray on wednesday. the area is sacred to both jews and muslims but jews are only to pray there under strict conditions. despite cautions to thread cautiously, right-wingers have
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been making a point to push limits prompting fears by palestinians that they were prepared to take over the sight. palestinians in jordan urged thd them stop these violations at the site. a short while ago a palestinian man surrendered saying he was the one who ran down three soldiers on the west bank but nobody expects that to be the end of such attacks. >> thank you. isis is out with new video that appears to be the first footage of fighters using surface-to-air missiles. isis says it recorded the video in iraq. it also claims to show the downing of an iraqi military helicopter. former baltimore ravens player ray rice will appear in
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court. he answered questions more than two hours yesterday. he wants to overturn his future punishment for knocking out his wife. >> good morning. ray rice's appeal is being heard by a former federal judge. it happened one day after another does graced former nll star, vikings adrian peterson. ray rice was not very talkative before the hearing but during the hearing the man who kicked him out of the nfl said plenty. according to espn roger goodell was grilled. he had already serve add two-game suspension when tmz released the video of rice punching his then fiancee, prompting the baltimore ravens to cut him and nfl to suspend him indefinitely.
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goodell told norah in september. >> what did you see on the tape of ray rice punching her in the face? >> no, we certainly did. i'll tell you what we saw in the first videotape was troubling in and of itself and that's why we took the action we took. as i said before, we didn't feel that was sufficient. we didn't get that right. but what we saw yesterday was extremely clear, is extremely graphic, and it was sickening. >> the arbitrator hearing rice's appeal is expected to render her decision quickly and with the charges of adrian peterson, running back, resolved earlier this week, the nfl could soon face the possibility of both men suiting up. >> they have to find a way going forward so if you're arrested, charged, convictioned, you know exactly what you're getting and the teams know too.
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>> today ray rice and his wife are expected to testify and they will do so separately. that's dramatically changed from when they were first questioned together in the same room. charlie. >> thank you, don. the drummer of the rock band ac/dc is accused in an alleged murder plot. phil rudd was charged in a new zealand court for attempting to hire a hit man to kill two people. he's also charged with a drug possession. if convicted he could face ten years behind bars. police raided his home this morning. the names of the victims were not released. he's out on bail. ac/dc was to release an album next month. it was on display last night at the cma awards big time. jan crawford with the lights. it was a great show. good morning.
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>> it was. just seeing these legends of country music right there with today's music. last night pop stars gathered for the industry's biggest event of the year. music city, tennessee, last night was the center of country universe. brad paisley and carrie underwood hosted for the seventh stekive year with a mix and reverent humor that spared almost no one. >> this one goes to a feisty little nurse in maine who's probably riding her bike right now. ♪ quarantine, quarantine, quarantine ♪ ♪ what part of stay inside don't you understand ♪ >> they also joked about being abandoned by former country diva singer taylor swift who switched over to pop. >> this has hit nashville the hardest.
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>> that's right, brad. and, of course, we're talking about postpartum taylor swift disorder. >> bile the first to say president obama doesn't care about postpartum taylor swift disorder. >> i'm pretty sure it's why he lost the senate. >> taylor swift joined the party. megan smith deemed up with miranda lamb burt and ariana grande sang alongside them. brad paisley stirred up a little with this joke. >> if any of you tune in to abc tonight expecting to see the new show "blackish," yeah, this ain't it. in the meantime i'm hoping you're all joining whitish. >> but tonight was about the music and the awards. >> miranda lambert. >> with country music power couple blake sheldon and lambert taking home a combined five
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trophies including album of the year honors for lambert. >> damnit, i cry every time. >> garth brooks returned to the cma stage for the first time in a decade to crown luke bryant with tonight's top award with entertainer of the year. >> there's another big announcement. as you know, carrie underwood is pregnant. last night paisley did resheel she's going have a boy. norah? >> that was sweet. >> brad and carrie have such good chemistry. i always think the country people are some of the nicest, aren't they? >> it's 7:19.
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oprah released a list of favorite things for 2014 and one of them is a book that she wrote. yes. it's true. the book is called "i'm oprah, and you'll like what i say you'll like." >> is that true? >> is he making fun of oprah? >> yes. >> well, there is a book called "what i know for sure." it's a bunch of columns from the magazines that is on her list of favorite things. i personally don't see a problem. do you? >> i don't see a problem. >> okay, conan. but that was funny. >> it was. welcome back to "cbs this morning." rebelling against the thanksgiving start of black friday. mellody hobson looks at a store
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that says no to holiday weekend that brings in nearly 60 million dlurs. some of the best doctors are at a loss for answers. his parents share the battle to save him with our dr. holly phillips. that's ahead. the "san francisco chronicle" says voters in berkeley, california, approved a tax on soda. it's the first city in the country to do so. the tax adds 12 cents to the price of a can. a two-liter bottle will cost 68 cents more. it will promote healthy eating. they say it will deter people. >> etihad, emirates, and qatar boosted their sales by 48%. they saw their biggest growth of passengers in 2014. they now serve 11 major cities
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including philadelphia, new york, miami, and texas. >> souerss say the online retailer experimented with the taxi service fly wheel. amazon charges as little as $5 a package for delivery within an hour. yankee slugger rodriguez admitted to using steroids. he told dea agents last january. he said he use them while playing for the yankees. that is something he repeatedly denied. when contacted, major league baseball had no comment. "new york times" says the failure of russian-made engines is behind it. the unmanned rocket blew up shortly after takeoff from its virginia launchpad last week. it was carrying cargo.
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the engines were decades-old. orbital sciences which built the rocket said it will likely now switch engines. >> virgin galactic said it could resume test flights as soon as last summer. that follows last week's crash of one of its space ships. john blackstone shows us how the odds were stacked against anyone survi surviving. >> reporter: this is what was supposed to happen when virgin galactic spaceshiptwo broke the sound barrier. instead it disintegrated. onboard, peter siebold and al alsbury. what he didn't know as the plane broke into pieces is sea boeld
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was plummeting through air without oxygen and some of the deadliest things known to men. >> when you get up to the high altitude. you don't have any time. >> reporter: 92-year-old bob hoover has been in five crashes and is one of the few people who has survived a similar plunge. >> it's terrifying experience to say the least. >> reporter: hoover says it's a miracle he made it back alive with little more than a parachute. >> obviously he did everything correctly. the mystery is how he could survive long enough in that inner atmosphere where you can't breathe properly and freefall at the kind of temperature his body was exposed to. >> reporter: investigators are trying to determine exactly how see bold got out safely while his co-pilot did not. hoover considers them both heros.
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>> somebody has to do that legwork of experimenting. it's our future. >> reporter: a future for space flight that is now uncertain as the investigation into the crash continues. for "cbs this morning," john blackstone, san francisco. thanksgiving is only three weeks away. for shoppersing black friday starts earlier than ever. jcpenney opens 5:00 p.m. thanksgiving night and that's one hour sooner than most rivals. >> but some stores are not giving in to the hype. mellody hobson, what's going on here? >> good morn, charlie. >> what's the reason some aren't doing it. >> let's start with the high end retail, the tiffany's, nordstrom's, neiman marcuss, they're not going to open. they want to avoid the commercial frenzy is that occurs during that. they want customers to come in and pay full price for the
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merchandise and they don't want to race to the lower price which means lower profits for them. then you have the clubs, sam's club, costco. they make money on the memberships. they don't need to be oh. the homebuilders, lowe's, home depot, they're not expecting you to do home improvements that day and regional players won't be open as well. >> what about the boycott? >> the boycott has been individuals who don't like this idea. so the majority of americans say they want thanksgiving to be a holiday for fajly, not for retail. and so as a result of that, there's been a growing movement to get companies not at to open and we've seen that. and so some of these retailers are doing a little bit of tongue and cheek with that as well. the nordstrom's facebook page says we choose to celebrate one holiday at a time. >> is this strategy working? it must be if they're opening earlier. people are still coming to the stores. >> 33 million people are going
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to shop on thanksgiving. here's the thing. are they going to shop at a brick and mortar or the web? that's the issue. the web is always open. they're open in response too that. this is not their most profitable day because in many situations they're paying their people time and a half to be there. >> mellody hobson, thank you so much. ahead, a family turned upside down by a mysterious disease and a search for answers for why their son has no appetite. our dr. holly phillips with their first tv interview. that's next on "cbs this morning." ♪ people with type 2 diabetes come from all walks of life. if you have high blood sugar, ask your doctor about farxiga.
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doctors are baffled by a boy's mysterious illness.
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12-year-old landon jones woke up one day with no desire to eat or drink. since then several different specialists have examined him but no one know as what's causing his condition or how to cure it. holly phillips sat down with the family for their first tv interview. >> good morning. although he can taste things. he's no longer hungry or thisty. desperate for answers, they're speaking out. tell me, what has this last year been like for you? >> it's hard to explain. you have a child who is running and playing and laughing and then wake up one night and our world flipped upside down. >> did you eat your cup of applesauce? >> for 12-year-old landon jones meal time has become anything
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but routine. all right. not bad. >> it all began last fall just days after celebrating his 11th birthday. landon woke up one morning with absolutely no urge to eat or drink. he was dizzy and severely congested. an x-ray revealed bacteria in his left lung and although that went away, his ability to feel hungry or thirsty never returned. >> what kind of eater is he now? >> he's not. wants nothing to do with it. >> you can put food in front of him. he won't touch it. he'll sit there all day and all night. >> reporter: over the past year the sixth grader last lost 40% of his body weight. plummeting to 67. not even trick or treating with his brother helped with his appetite. the jones' search for answers has take enthem to five didn't
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cities including rochester, minnesota, where pethe doctor sd -- >> this is something i have not encountered before. >> patterson believes the problem could lie in the portion of his brain that affects hunger, thirst, and body temperature. >> functions that are automatic for all of us have become voltaire or need to be voltaire in landon's case. >> the way we see it as parents is we're being his brain, telling him to eat or take a drink. r they sit with landon at every meal encouraging him to eat and drink. his mom debbie stocks their kitchen with healthy food as well as high calorie and protein snacks hoping something will help landon maintain his weight and health.
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>> even boost or weight gainers, he still is continuing to lose weight. >> the illness has not only changed landon's body but also his personality. transforming him from chatty and energetic to lethargic and withdrawn. >> how has it been for you to see him change during this time? it's very frustrating as a mother. i miss my little boy. i just miss landon. >> we can't just sit back and watch our son deteriorate over time. and that's what he's doing. he's deteriorating. because of his condition, this child is being robbed. i want him healthy. that's it. i want him healthy. >> along with their doctors, the family has reached out to the national institutes of health hoping landon will be considered for evaluation. the agency has an undiagnosed diseases division that accepts
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50 to 100 cases every year. >> and, holly, what about psychological cause? >> well, you know, landon has been evaluated by a number of psychiatrists and eating disorder specialists who don't feel this is psychiatric or an eating disorder ought all. they feel something fairly physical is causing his condition. that being said this is emotionally challenging for a 12-year-old. he's going need a lot of psychological support. >> i've never heard of anything like it. what happens if he keeps losing weight? >> the next is inserting a gas tros tomy tube where food goes right into his stomach. the family sees this as a last resort. >> thank you, holly. coming up, president obama responds to michael
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president obama is hitting back at michael jordan. you knew this was coming. last week the basketball great took a swing at the president's golf game. the commander in chief responded monday on a wisconsin radio station. he says jordan should maybe focus on those charlotte hornets. that's the nba team he owns. >> there is no doubt that michael's a better golfer than i am. >> okay. >> of course, if i was playing twice a day for the last 15 years, then that might not be the case, you know. he might want to spend more time thinking about the bobcats or maybe the hornets, but that's a whole other issue. >> ouch. jordan's team is off to a slow start. they have just two wins in their first five games. >> and they changed the name,
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michael did from bobcats to hornets. >> that's right. i forgot about that. >> let's remember who's commander in chief. >> do you see the two of them playing golf? >> i think the president has a point. >> there you go. >> church attendance is falling. so why are so many people standing in line for this service? we'll show you the church with a fresh approach to faith. that's ahead on "cbs this morning." pillsbury crescent rolls. ♪ make dinner pop.
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good morning. it is thursday, november 6th, 2014. welcome back to "cbs this morning." more ahead, the president speaks to the republican route. we'll talk with major garrett about his exchange at the president's news conference. but first here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. ta i have a long history of lking past instead of to each other. >> mitch mcconnell is not mincing words. he says the senate is does not aworknd he's going to make changes. >> the 22-year-old survived a violent abduction and was with
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him for three days. >> surface-to-air miss. iles >>he drummer to the rock band ac/dc is charged with hiring a mahit n tol kil two people. >> what was great was seeing country music legends with today's staroms, se pop stars. >> ariana grande is here tonight. are you a fam of ariana grande? >> although landon can taste, d d swallow, digest food properly he's not hungry. >> he admit head used steroids. >> he had to admit to it because during the meeting he had two home runs and three rbis. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" at 8:00 is presented by benefiber. >> i'm charlie rose with gayle
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king and norah o'donnell. president obama says he's not mopey. the president said he will try to find middle ground with the new republican majority. >> i like that word "mopey." the president took questions from reporters yesterday. several of those questions came from our major garrett. major, good morning zbhood morning, gayle. some context. i was the eighth reporter called on. eighth. by then the president has already dissected as much of the midterm results he could stomach. we had already heard his and other's cotton candy by parti n partisansh partisanship. i thought it was time to get to the nitty-gritty, immigration and other issues. >> let me ask you -- >> do i have to write all these down, major? >> you're very well familiar with these. keystone xl pipeline. they sent you legislation on that. they will ask you to repeal the medical device tax as part of faunlding mechanism of the affordable care act and they have said they would like to
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repatriate some maybe $2 million of offshore revenue, reforming the former tax code without touching the original tax word. to use your words, mr. president, are any of those three lines you cannot cross and perceived to be republican attitudes about immigration? >> i think, major, i answered the question on immigration. i have no doubt that there will be some republicans who are angered or frustrated by any consecutive action that i may take. those are folks -- i just have to say -- who are also deeply opposed to immigration reform. in any form. and blocked the house from being able to pass a bipartisan bill. >> there are republicans who say the republicans were a
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referendum? >> as i said before, i don't want to try to read the tea leaves on election results. what i am going to try to do as president is to make sure that i'm advancing what i think is best for the country. major, you know -- conceivably i could cancel my meeting on friday because i've heard everything from you. i think i'd rather let mitch mcconnell -- i'd rather hear from mitch mcconnell and john boehner what ideas they'd like to pursue and we'll have a conversation on that. whew. major works me, man. >> reporter: that may or may not be true. what is true is the president was dismissive of the xl keystone pipeline. republicans disagree on. he was vague on appealing the medical tax rate. he said he's open to any idea
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including details. i tried to find him some. >> yes, you did. i wonder when your invitation to the white house might be coming. you might now be the 15th person called on. thank you very much. and we are very proud to announce this morning that president obama will sit down with bob schieffer for his firnfirst interview since the election. you can see it right here on "face the nation" on sunday on cbs. >> must-see tv. >> i'll say. a teenager kidnapped on a street in philadelphia is safe this morning. the police arrested the man who forced her into the car. 37-year-old delvin barnes forced her into car. she was found in a baltimore suburb more than 100 miles away. >> we've got to great, great
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news about the cincinnati bengals devon still and his daughter leah. you know the story. we introduced you to her dad back in september. >> i'm going to ask you today. are you ready for today? are you ready to get this cancer about you? let's do it. fist bump. let's do it. >> i think they're doing it. leah's getting treatment away from home. she's traveling. for the first time leah gets to see her dad playing in a football game in person. >> we'll be watching that. >> we want them to win. the bengals are playing the browns tonight on nfl network and tomorrow we'll show you more of leah and devin still at the game together on "cbs this morning." >> looking forward to that. ahead on "cbs this morning," men and bones. our dr. david agus is in the toyota green
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a boy's curiosity giving a helping hand to the blind. how one child's question got the attention of some of silicon valley's biggest names. that's ahead on "cbs this morning."
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and their bones, osteoporosis is often considered a woman's problem, yet one in 50 will break a bone because of this disease. >> a new study finds that men are three times less likely to have a scan after a wrist fracture and they're less likely
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to receive treatment for the condition. our dr. agus is here. good morning. >> good morning, charlie. >> what does the new study tell us? >> our new study tells us when a person presents to the emergency room with a broken wrist, we have to check with a bone density. it really is a wakeup call that doctors when seeing patient'ses with broken bones need to start screening them. >> why don't they? >> women go through menopause and bones start breaking down. a lack of a study means people just aren't doing it. >> do you think men are reluctant? do you think they're afraid or men don't like doctors? >> i think it's all of it. some men like me and talk to me. i think it's all of them. they're not aware of it. when you say osteoporosis, it's a woman's disease.
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>> it's the responsibility of the medical community. >> we failed. one in four men with a major fracture. when you have a hip fracture, that's going to aect your quality of life from then on out. >> what about the role of vitamin d and calcium? are those areas where men are deficient? >> it's interesting. if you take it, that prevents bone fractures. >> what about bone density? >> it improves bone density but doesn't prevent bone fractures in a large study. so by itself it doesn't do it. >> what is one of the most important things men and women can do to improve bone density and prevent fractures? >> well, there are two buckets. weight-bearing exercises. do it, do it, do it. number two, avoid things like alcohol, tobacco, and sedentary lifestyle that will promote it. build, don't break down. >> should men get a test at a certain age've if they have not
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had a fracture, and what is that age? >> normally at age 65 we recommend a test. if you have a family history so your mother, father had a fracture, get it earlier. at 65 see where you fall. and then at that point we can decide, well, we just need to follow it or treat it and reverse it, which we can do. >> yeah. and the test doesn't hurt. >> it doesn't hurt. >> no needles. thank you, dr. david agus. ahead, the unconventional preacher bringing young people back to the church. >> all i know is that no matter how mad i am or how crazy my life is, when i start to pray and talk to the healer and talk to only one and talk to the savior of the world, the last thing i want to do is leave and hold a grudge. >> announcer: cbs "morning
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few americans are going to church these days while 80% call themselves christians. only 37% say they regularly go to services. falling attendance is often blamed on discord of social
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issues like same-sex marriage. they're bucking the trend without shying away from the tough questions. jericka duncan has more. good morning. >> good morning. >> we got a first hand look how a megachurch is making its way to the united states and it's finding no shortage of young christians eager to join the ranks. >> what's the point of all this? religion is a handshake, make a lot of noise, show how good you are. >> inside manhattan's grand ballroom carl is electrifying the audience but this is not the latest blockbuster on broadway. >> take a shot and letting the ruler rule. ♪ >> this is new york city's church and lynch, the 35-year-old husband and father of three is not your average pastor. >> you preach six to seven sermons on sunday.
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is it tiring? >> it's tiring but you're refreshing because it's what you were born to do. >> reporter: he graduated. by 2010 he began preaching in new york city nightclubs. it was a start of hillsong in the u.s. nowadays a largely young crowd of 7,000 people line up to attend one of seven services offered each sunday. what do you think separates you from other megachurches? >> people often talk about the trendy aspects of our church. it's a small portion. there are a lot of people in our church who dot care about fashion or what looks cool. we say come as you are and there's going to be place for you. >> we have the passion do something significant. senior pastor brian houston found hillsong 30 years ago. >> when we started we mad no id had no idea we would have campuses and churches around the globe like we do today. >> young people are drawn to
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hillsong's music. the church has its own record label that sold $16 million worldwide and earned $100 million a year. every week and 12 countries, 75,000 faithful fill hillsong churches. 10 million follow hillsong on social media including justin bieber and nba star was baptized by pastor lins. >> they didn't know churches could do that, which is sad. thing that's why it opened so many doors because it's so good. >> reporter: while the concert-like atmosphere differs from a traditional christian church hillsong says its religious principles are the same. >> we're bible christians. with don't want to turn our back, we try to connect with
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people. >> do you shy away from social issues? >> no, there's not an issue we would never run from or not preach about, not one. >> what are your thoughts on premarital sex? >> it's the higher question. what does god say about purity, valuing. >> what do you say? >> sex is for marriage. >> abortion. >> life is sacred. but whatever you do, this is still home for you. we're not going to kick you out of the house. you have to make your own decision. this is what we believe. life is still sacred but we love you. >> women can serve any role in the church. openly gay couples are welcome but hillsong does not support same-sex marriage. >> why don't you support same-sex marriage. >> >> you read the bible. the scriptures, that's the stand we take. >> it's not we're against anything. it's that we're for what the bible says. i have the right to have my
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belief like you have the right to have your believe. >> they remind worshippers they're part of family and by making faith fresh, hillsong believes this crowd will continue to embrace its christian method. >> >> the method isn't going to change. >> i know what we do. love god, love life, love people, leave the church where we have it and let the chips fall where it may. >> it opened its first church in los angeles and it tells us 2,500 people are attending the church each sunday and they'll hit it on easter weekend. >> is this a case of about preachers or preachers who entertain. >> he said his message is about love and getting to people to come to church. he's drawing a lot of people to the church. that's the whole thing. >> pastor carl is great.
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the music is great, the message is even better. it's a fantastic
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longest living set of triplets are door very well after 100 days old. they're now 100 pounds each. visitors are able to see them for just a limited time every day. >> these just adore snoobl you can't get enough cuteness in the morning. here we are, me, norah, and charlie. we're always talking about cuteness with the pandas. welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up this half hour, at just 13 years old he's the youngest to get capital funding. jim blackstone meets up with him
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and his invention with legos. beth behrs from "two broke girls" is with us in the toyota green room that's ahead. >> if you want to tell your friends about your fabulous vacation, don't boir. they probably don't want to hear it. a study looks a what happened when a group of peeshl socialized. they prefer to chat about an ordinary experience they all had. >> so you don't want to hear about my trip? i've got pictures. >> i'm sure. "the daily show's" jon stewart apologized for not voting tuesday in the midterm election. >> i was on christiane an an pour's show. >> did you vote? >> no. i just moved. i don't know where it is. >> i did vote today. didn't know where -- i was being
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flip and it kind of tipped off -- and i want to apologize because i shouldn't have been flip about that because i think i wasn't clear enough that i was kidding and i sent a message that i didn't think voting was important or that i didn't think it was a big issue and i do and i did vote and i was being flip and i shouldn't have done that. that was stupid. >> that's good that he cleared it up that way since it meant so much to him. i think it's good he cleared it up. >> i agree since he has so many young viewers. >> and the cincinnati inquirer has new details on lauren hill. remember we told you about her struggle? slook at this. hill is featured on her own wheaties box. on sunday she took the floor with her mteam. >> i love that story. over the next week britain
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wraps up events. queen elizabeth led the dedication but you can find the biggest and perhaps most emotional tribute at a much older landmark. mark phillips is at the tower of london which balance tranhas be transformed by flowers. >> reporter: good morning. the challenge was to commemorate the outbreak of the first world war, the war to end all wars but didn't but it's been a commemoration of death that has taken on a life of its own. ♪ ♪ for a hundred years the simple poppy has been a symbol of wartime loss and remembrance in brittain and it has now become the subject of a remembrance like no o'. the idea was to plant ceramic poppies which was once the moat near the historic tower of london. not just a bunch or bouquet, but a poppy for each british and
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commonwealth soldier who died in the first world war and the result has astonished and stunned the nation. a river of remembrance, a sea of s sacrifice. it has drawn crowds in the hundreds of thousands. >> it just brings home the number of lives that were lost some might say wasted. >> these are only the british commonwealth losses. they're not the german losses, they're not the american losses. these poppies, each one, represents a life. >> reporter: 888,246 lives. what began as a memorial has become a phenomenon. authorities have had to warn people to stay away but the warnings and even the weather haven't kept the crowds down. it's as if the memories of the dead of a war that began 100 years ago have been brought to life. the crowd's gather into the
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evening when the names of the dead are read out. ♪ >> reporter: and london goes silent as the bugler plays the last post. ♪ armistice day is next tuesday, the british day, the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th movt. this display was supposed to be up rooted and the flowers given to the people who paid for them, proceeds to go to charity. now there's call to continue the display for a while so more people can feel it and see it. >> that's incredible. 880,000 poppies. >> i see why they want to leave
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it up. you'll never see enough. work the trip. >> we'll never know the lives lost so we could remain free. a 13-year-old boy is a new sensation. he came up with an idea while playing legos. john blackstone caught up with him. >> reporter: in a room full of investors, he may seem out of place, but in this crowd the eighth grader is already a star. the youngest person ever to get venture capital investments for a startup. it all began last year during a conversation with his parents. >> i just asked a simple quell, how do blind people read. they said go google it and i found that they cost $200. >> reporter: so using legos he set out to create an affordable
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braille printer. >> where did you get the pins andweights? >> home depot. >> reporter: it was a science fair winner. >> how much did your first one cost? >> $350. >> reporter: it got so much attention he was invited to the white house. a bind person here took notice of it. >> it's really impressive and demonstrate as what's possible if you think outside the box. >> reporter: now he may be a big thinker trying to build a reasonably priced commercial braille printer often working until 2:00 a.m. on his invention, but to some people he's still a teenager, a teenager with a bedtime. >> my mom -- i don't want to be mean -- but she was like, no, you can't do it. go to bed, go to bed, but after i was done with it, after i finished it, my mom was like, oh, my god, i can't believe you did that, you know. she was pretty shocked herself. >> you built this at your
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kitchen table. >> i can't do that? secret's in there? >> the patent is pending. his father put up $35,000 to build a prototype. >> a lot of people believe in their kid's ability but $35,000 worth a belief? >> yes. i put in my own money without knowing what is going to be the outcome. >> reporter: he won't need to ask his dad for money again. >> i don't have to be a burden on my dad anymore. i don't want him to go bankrupt, you know. >> reporter: his startup is one of 16,000. >> he's using intel parts. his father works for intel. did that sway your decision? >> actually we were not aware of that. you know, you've seen the product. it's designed to reduce the cost of braille printers from $2,000 to $400. that's disruption.
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>> reporter: and he plans to keep disrupting. do you think this is just your first product? >> yeah. there's going to be some more. >> another area? >> mm-hmm. >> you're not going to tell me. >> surprise. >> for "cbs this morning" jock blackstone, huntington beach, california. >> incredible. >> an american story. >> leave it to smart kids to figure it out when so many people worked on it for sure. grow. one of cbs's "two broke girls" is in the toyota green room. hello, beth be
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these toys, this is like looking back at my childhood, you know, before rainbows became political. oh, my god, oh, my god, oh, my god. a my size barbie. i had ten of these. not to play with. they were used as decoys in case of a hostage situation that and now your whole life is a hostage situation. >> ckat dennings and beth behrs are on their fourth season. welcome, beth and your bat sweater.
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>> it's not bats. it's bows. halloween is over. >> that's why i was teasing you. >> thank you for letting me clarify. >> it looks great. here we are. you're back again. i remember the last time you were here, i said, you guys have pushed the envelope. now you've abotorn up the envel, thrown it in the air. >> that's 100% correct. we push it every year. but it's still got the heart and same relationship between two girls. >> that's true. if you had to compare your partnership with kat are you more lucy and ethel or them pa and louise without the suicide? >> we get into this massive fight with two other girls. it really did seem like a real throwback to lucy and ethel and it was so cool to pull off. eight hours to film but it was so worth it.
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great physical comedy. >> your characters had a cupcake business in the past but she's branching out this season. >> she is. she has a new venture with cupcake t-shirts. i guess they're fashion designers now too. big old cupcake t-shirts that are rocker and cool. they have a still new venture going, still dealing with cupcakes but on the shirt. >> but it's fashion. >> fashion and cupcakes. >> what's going to be new? gayle talked about breaking it up and tloeg it up in the air and turning it up. what's the most interesting new aspect of that for you? >> wow. well, i mean for what we've done this year, we've actually gotten to see -- we just filmed an episode that has a lot of the oleg and sophie story line, they actually have a new romantic leading to a big story line. so it's been really fun.
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>> is romance what they're doing there, beth? >> their own version of a romance. >> yeah. >> did you watch the country music awards? i know you were on a flight. >> i got to catch at least the first half -- or second half of it. i was so happy for casey musgrave because i'm a huge fan of hers. >> and a big night for lady antebellum. >> you guys are friends. >> hillary is one of my best friends. >> and now you're talking about song writing for you, beth, and you sang? >> i've sung my whole life and i'm a songwriter. i'm so humbled by the talent and i have a lot to learn. i'm going to give myself some time. >> country music, you're from california. i grew up in virginia. i moved to california at 16. country's where my roots are. >> i get it. >> i used to say home and -- i totally changed my accent once i
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moved to california. >> and do you have taylor swift's 1989 -- are you one of the 1.9, close to 2 million to have it? >> i am. it is a great, by the way, workout album. it kept me going. i ran like five miles and i was like oh my god. i think she's also a great role model for young women. i was at a concert watching her. she's great role model for young women. >> i'm flying to seattle today. i'm thinking by the time i land i will know the words i am so psyched. >> awesome. >> good to see you. continued success on your fourth season. >> thank you for having me. >> give our best to kat. >> i will. >> you can see "2 broke girls" monday nights on -- >> cbs. >> thank you, beth. >> sorry, gayle. >> cbs is changing the way you can get your news. we'll talk to jeff glor about the very exciting interactive streaming news network. it's called b scbsn and that's t
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news. we're launching ccbsn. they'll deliver coverage you want to watch anywhere at any time with a single click. jeff glor is at our table with cbs's new and exciting venture. good morning. >> it's minutes away. >> how are you feeling? >> cbs at any time. i mean basically it's cbs news any time you want it. it's a recognition that people are busy so why not put out news in more places. this is smartphones, laptops.
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>> you can search for things segment by segment. >> you can. you can still watch this show as you would any other show but it's interactive that you can go back and watch in any order you want. >> there's you. >> that's me. that's what it looks like. you see the bar on the left-hand side. >> i think one of the exciting things is to see jeff glor. >> one button or two buttons. >> two always. >> two auls. >> thanks for the important detail. >> is it breaking news as well as original reporting? >> when breaking news is happening you'll see that. you'll see live events. longer interviews you wouldn't necessarily see on some of the broadcasts. it's highlights you might not see on cbs news but extra clips that weren't on air. >> jeff, very exciting. we'll be watching. you can check out cbsn at
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