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be a lot worse. >> thankfully we're here. thanks for watching. captions by: firstname.lastname@example.org good morning to our viewers in the west. it is wednesday, november 19th, 2014. welcome to "cbs this morning." a deadly snowstorm strands travelers on the highway for hours. all 50 states face bitter cold. israel takes action after a deadly synagogue killed three americans. >> plus con artists are stealing billions from the elderly. how prosecutors are now using the grandkids to stop those scams. >> but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> we are having difficulty in obtaining enough tow trucks to clean the roads of cars that are abandoned. >> a deadly storm creates a snow emergency.
>> in buffalo, this is time lapse video. those clouds dumping snow at up to 5 inches an hour. >> the niagara university college basketball team is stranded on their bus. >> this is part of a nationwide system -- >> this is absurd. i've never seen anything like this. >> a police officer becomes the fifth to die after an attack on a synagogue in israel. as for the response, prime minister netanyahu has ordered the attackers' homes to be demolished. >> postponing bill cosby's special -- >> -- new allegations of rape. >> this time janice dickinson. >> he gave me wine and a pill and the next morning i woke up and i wasn't wearing pajamas. >> an immediate appeal of the season-ending suspension of viking, star adrian peterson. >> a bill to approve the keystone xl oil pipeline was narrowly defeated in the senate causing an outburst of singing and chanting. >> order in the gallery. >> more people could be in danger from faulty airbags. highway safety officials are
calling on takata to greatly expand the recall nationwide. >> the groundhog charged a man. >> out of his backyard through his garage and up to the door. >> all that -- >> a wild crash as a suspected drunk driver plowed into a liquor store. >> after the beatdown -- >> i was hoping that was vodka. >> and all that matters -- >> the second open enrollment period for obamacare is under way. >> now it offers you a choice of insurance plans rather than lunch options for a denny's in kalamazoo. >> -- on "cbs this morning." >> chris hemsworth was named "people's" sexiest man alive. >> is there anyone you want to thank? >> my parents for putting this all together. >> yeah. i think we're all very grateful. welcome to "cbs this morning."
charlie rose is on assignment, so jeff glor is with us. >> good to be here. >> boy, your hometown is getting hit this morning, hammered with a lot of snow it as you wake up in the west, california is getting much needed rain. on the other side of the country, a monster snowstorm is being blamed for five deaths. this solid wall of clouds shows the power of the lake effect storm around buffalo, new york. >> some people spent two nights in their cars and some areas could see up to 100 inches by the weekend. jericka duncan has more. she's in west seneca, new york, just outside buffalo. >> reporter: good morning. this is not a sight you're used to seeing in the west, mounds and mounds of snow. we're in one of the towns hit hardest by the lake-effect snow. on our way here we passed dozens of cars that were buried stuck, abandoned, because of the snowstorm, and this is just the beginning. blinding lake-effect snow
squalls and gusting winds pummeled the area around new york on tuesday dumping 5 feet of snow in some spots, falling at rates unto 5 inches an hour. this time lapsed video shows a wall of snow advancing toward the city. the snow began piling up tuesday burying people in their homes and leaving drivers stranded along stretches of roadway. close to 150 cars were stuck on a four-mile stretch of the new york state throughway and six miles south of buffalo, the niagara women's basketball team were stuck on their bus for more than 24 hours. >> we're stressing to people not to drive if you don't have to. we see multiple people who have no reason to be out who are now stranded in their car, injured. >> reporter: new york governor andrew cuomo issued a state of emergency in ten counties. first responders scrambled to assist as many people as they could, but near whiteout
conditions brought deadly consequences. >> sadly, we have to announce we found an individual today, a 46-year-old male in the town of alban. his car was buried under approximately 12 to 15 feet of snow and he was found deceased. >> reporter: clearing a path under these conditions is even stopping snowplow drivers in their tracks. >> plows can no longer plow the snow. there's so much snow it's like plowing a brick wall. >> reporter: it's no lock longer snowing right now but by tonight another system is expected to move in and dump more snow on the areas hardest hit by the first lake effect system. by friday, 100 inches of snow could be on the ground. that's a year's worth of snow in just three days. >> all right, jericka. thank you very much. this morning, the women's basketball team, as she mentioned, is out of danger. their bus left for home at 10:00 p.m. monday after playing a game in pittsburgh. they got stuck in the storm in
lackawanna. the bus was stuck for 26 hours from 2:00 a.m. tuesday until just after 4:00 this morning. we talked to niagara's coach before they got out. >> you know, it's been over 24 hours that we're on the bus. we had just had the conversation with our team, hey, we're going to ration our water, ration our food. we just filled our water bottles up, you know, our gatorade bottles up with snow so that could melt so we could have water in the morning. if there are people in cars running out of gas and have no heat. we have heat and we're together and we have what we need to survive right now. we're consistently telling our players to text or call your parents, let them know what's going on, let them know they're safe. both of my boys are on the bus, a 1 1/2 and 3-year-old. you know, i think they're a little stir crazy, but when they get hungry and cranky, it won't be so much fun. the longer it goes, the harder it gets, but, you know, our team does a great job of perspective.
you know we know there are people who need first responders even more than we do. we are a team. we're together a lot. you know, we're -- we know how to handle adversity and i think our group has done a great job. >> wow. >> just wild, right? >> yeah. >> we're happy to report police reached the team early this morning. they put them in patrol cars. they were able to drive away safely. they boarded another bus and now they're on their way back home. >> she painted quite a picture, didn't she? >> glad they're okay. >> not the team-building exercise they had in mind. >> all 50 states, they say, yep, even part of hawaii could see below freezing temperatures again tonight. meteorologist danielle niles of cbs station wbz is tracking this cold snap and the epic lake-effect snow event. danielle, good morning. >> good morning, and good morning to our viewers in the west. lake-effect snow, the big story across the country. mild lake waters and the cold air blowing over it wind direction very important. it's that persistent wind coming
off the lake that creates instability, picks up some of that moisture and creates localized bands. one city or town could see a couple of inches. we're talking about feet and counting. in fact, by the time we get to tomorrow morn additional bands of snow will drop 1 to 2 feet with some isolated amounts of three feet. so it's the cold air the story as well. it is a little bit milder here on the west coast. we've had pockets rain all the way from rain up through seattle. 53 degrees for a high today. 46 in portland. we will be in the 60s to near 70 when you get back to l.a. 48 in salt lake city. and 44 degrees in denver today. only in the 30s from billings to 21 in fargo. >> all right danielle thank you. this morn, israelis are demanding retribution after two palestinians kill five men in a synagogue in jerusalem. four rabbis and a police officer died. three victims were american.
allen pizzey is in jerusalem where tension is rising quickly. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. much of the violence is blamed on the ongoing problem of israeli occupation of palestinian land. this latest outrage highlights the other equally explosive side of the problem. in the aftermath of the carnage, there are dire warnings being billed here as a wave of terrorism taking on the overtones of a religious war but not in this ultraorthodox neighborhood where the four rain by rabbis lived and worshiped. at the synagogue where the attack occurred, there are now four widows and 21 orphans on one street. this morning, this worshiper summed it up this way. "our future in this world is dependent on god, he said "a man can never know what will happen to him." but israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu said there will be harsh retaliation for what he termed despicable murders. this is an example of what he had in mind. overnight, israeli security
forces destroyed the home of a palestinian who rammed his car into a commuter train stop last month killing a woman and a young baby. the homes of the two palestinians who attacked the synagogue will also be knocked down. what particular grievance inspired them to commit the outrage is still unclear. but a relative is quoted as saying he was sure they acted alone, not as part of an organized plot. security officials say such lone wolf attacks are the hardest to predict or prevent. the issues that fuel them range from israeli occupation of arab land to settlement building and the disputed site sacred to both muslims and jews. what occurs behind me, most are from a segment of society in israel that takes no part in the security operateationoperatations. they're only interested in prayer. jeff. >> allen, thank you very much. takata is pushing back against federal regulators who want to expand the recall. inflaters in those airbags can erupt and send metal fragments flying inside cars.
a nationwide recall would affect millions of vehicles made in 2008 or earlier including ford, honda, chrysler, mazda, and bmw. it could bring a total to more than 20 million vehicles. >> the acting head of the national highway traffic safety administration says takata is resisting the government's new demand to expand the recall nationwide. >> if they fail to work with us, we will force them to do so. >> after reviewing data from crashes and tests, nhtsa says the concern is the driver side frontal air bag can fail even outside areas of high humidity. >> the problem has mushroomed. >> reporter: initially nhtsa only ordered a recall in southern states because takata believes the air bags are more likely to rupture there. why not recall these air bags in every single state? >> money. >> reporter: takata was alerted about the problem as early as 2004 but
didn't notify nhtsa until 2008. what began as a small amount of recalled reached 11 million by this summer and now could double in size. all of this in advance of a senate hearing on thursday. representatives of honda, chrysler, and takatawill testify, along with stephanie. >> i had no idea it was a piece of the air bag embedded in my face. no one had any real clue. >> reporter: exploding takata air bags have been linked to five deaths and 100 injuries. bergman nearly died in her honda civic last year. you all got a recall notice three days after the accident? >> yes, sir. >> reporter: if that had arrived a week earlier? >> it would have been a lot different. a lot different. i would not have been riding around in my vehicle with a pretty much loaded gun at my face. >> overnight, takata responded, insisting they are staying with a regional recall or they want to at lead because a national
one could, quote, divert potential air bags from where they're needed. regulators say if takata does not agree, they will be forbesed. efforts to put the keystone xl pipeline are stalled at least for now. the senate failed to approve construction of the controversial project that stretches from canada all the way to the gulf of mexico. supporters fell just one vote short of the 60 needed to send the bill to the white house. but the incoming republican majority vowed to take the issue up again next year. >> we're going to be back on this bill in the new congress early on, and it comes down to the merits. it is about energy, it is about jobs. it is about economic growth, and it is about national security. >> president obama signaled he planned to veto the bill. he wants to wait for a state department review to end before making a final decision. rehabilitation for terrorists. that's what saudi arabia is doing with captured militants. but the results are missed.
holly williams talked to a former al qaeda member at this reform center. she's in jeddah saudi arabia. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. saudi arabia is a fert tile recruiting ground for both al qaeda and isis. we vitted edvisited a facility in saudi arabia where they're rehabilitating convicted terrorists. with swimming pools, a gym, and comfortable rooms, saudi arabia's terrorist reform center looks like a hotel. its inmates take classes in positive thinking and do art as therapy. this is a painting of guantanamo. they've all recently served jail time for terrorist offenses and aren't allowed to appear on camera. but colonel omar al salal gave us a tour of campus. it's quite luxurious. >> well, you know, we are muslim. we believe in human rights. i mean they're not animals
overall. >> reporter: the inmates get free health care a monthly allowance and conjugal visits and if they pass their exams, there are more incentives, like government scholarships and even help paying for their weddings. over lunch, we met a star graduate who's now studying engineering. al qaeda? >> yes, al qaeda. >> reporter: he told us he joined al qaeda because he was angerred by the u.s. invasion of iraq. i'm an infidel. if you had met me at that point, would you have tried to kill me? >> of course. [ laughs ] >> you would have tried to kill me. i would have killed you, he said, but now i see you and i can live together in peace. those who don't reform in three months are sent back to prison and the saudis claim they have a success rate of over 80% but they've also had some embarrassing failures. when saudi police arrested 88
suspected al qaeda operatives in september, they discovered that 59 of them had been through reform programs and were then released. norah? >> all right, holly. thank you so much. this morning netflix is postponing the launch of bill cosby's new comedy special. "bill cosby 77" was due to premiere next friday. the announcement follows repeated allegations of sexual misconduct by the comedian. don dahler is here with the newest high-profile accusation. good morning. >> good morning. it's not going away. former supermodel janice dickerson said cosby raped her 32 years ago. dickerson had an exclusive interview with "entertainment tonight's" kevin frazier. >> the last thing i remember was bill cosby in a patchwork robe, dropping his robe, and getting on top of me. >> reporter: janice dickinson recalls meeting bill cosby in lake tahoe in 1982.
the pioneering supermodel was interested in a role on "the cosby show" and the two had dinner together. >> after dinner in my room he had given me wine and a pill. the next morning i woke up, and i wasn't wearing my pajamas. and i remember before i passed out that i had been sexually assaulted by this man. >> reporter: dickinson is the second woman to publicly accuse cosby of sexual assault this week. those sexual assault claims have dogged the comedian for years. the most recent wave of accusations was sparked last month when comedian hannibal burress called cosby a rapist on stage. the recent allegations have threatened upcoming feature projects starring the comedian. late last night netflix postponed the launch of a comedy special "bill cosby 77" due for release later this month. in a statement to cbs this morning, cosby's publicist said
he was in agreement with the decision. still, dickinson says she's not backing down on releasing her story. >> i'm doing this -- it's because it's the right thing to do and it happened to me and this is the true story. >> nbc has a sitcom starring cogs buy still in development. cosby has not yet personally commented on the accusations but in a statement, his lawyer assures fans that at age 77 cosby is doing his best work. gayle. >> don, thanks. this morning pro football star adrian peterson is appealing his season-ending suspension for abusing his young son. commissioner roger goodell told peterson in a letter quote, while an adult may have a number of options when confronted with abuse to flee fight back or seek help from law enforcement, none of those options is realistically available to a 4-year-old child. peterson said in court this month he takes full responsibility. the players union says the nfl needs a consistent policy for off the field behavior. >> the league has an obligation
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good morning. first, just a quick note. we are getting word of a fatal crash in the santa cruz mountains near ben lomond. southbound lanes of highway 9 near california drive, completely blocked. let's go out the door and show what you it looks like now in milpitas. the westbound lanes of 237 obviously very crowded right now, very heavy to zanker road. the drive time is actually nearly double from average and early to see this slow traffic between hayward and downtown oakland. with the forecast, here's lawrence. the showers probably aren't helping much. we are seeing scattered showers around the bay area now. another band of rain just making its way onshore. unsettled throughout the day, temperatures only in the 60s. another storm on the way for tomorrow.
you've got audience members. they're going to let some of the members of our studio audience yes or no questions and then you can answer. your question. >> were you born in the usa. >> yes. >> have you ever played a superhero in a movie? >> yes. >> has your superhero used a hammer? >> yes. >> are you chris hemsworth? >> yes. >> wow. >> that was great. last night jimmy kimmel unveiled "people" magazine's sex yefts man alive. chris hemsworth from australia joined adam levine channing
tatum and bradley cooper and ryan reynolds. i thought it was creative. he asked if there's anyone should be given credit. he said my parents. >> you think he's cute. >> yes. >> i wouldn't have kick him out of bed for eating crackers. oh, hi jeff. >> he's probably relieved. coming up in this half hour this is norah o'donnell who loves her husband jeff tracy. let's be honoropen about that. >> brittney ended her life this month. a top official at the vatican criticized her position. he's helping his granddaughter with an emergency but he became the victim of kuhn artist who stow. we'll show you how they used grandkids to stop that.
"the wall street journal" looks aet the growing standout between tech companies encrypted phones. apple, google and others use new technology to make it harpder for law enforcement to look at data. yesterday whatsapp has encrypting as well. in may the payload of a russian rocket carried something mysterious. experts are tracking the object but struggling to explain it. they think it may bring new capabilities to space that may threaten space. >> reporter: time will start tracking streaming sites like netflix for the very first time. netflix has refused to reveal features like house of cards and orange is the new black. there a are huge racial disparityies in arrest rates. african-americans are far more likely to be arrested. that goes from serious to minor
crimes. 70 police departments arrest blakes at a rate 10 times heiler than everyone else. this morning brittany maynard maynard's mother says criticism from the roman catholic church caused unspeakable pain. maynard took a deadly dose of doctor-prescribed medication earlier this month. jan crawford did the first tv interview with maynard and her mother. good morning. >> good morning. the pope on saturday called you than nay that nay shah a sin against god. on tuesday brittany's mom delivered a sharp response. >> i'm not ashamed to attach my name to it. >> reporter: when we talk last month to brittany maynard, she was preparing to take her life and death into her own hands. brittany was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer and
decided to die as she put it with dignity, instead of leading the disease slowly kill her. >> to the people who would say you're choosing to end your life, that's suicide, you would say no. >> no. cancer is ending my life. i am choosing to end it a little sooner and with a lot less pain and suffering. >> reporter: brittany made that choice on november 1st surrounded by her family. on saturday pope francis denounced the right to die movement calling you that nay shah a sin against god the creator. those comments follow those of a senior vatican official condemning brittney's decision. in an interview the catholic church's top official says assisted suicide is an absurdity. dignity is something different to putting an end to your own life. adding society does not want to shoulder the cause of disease and this risks becoming the
solution. brittany's mother deborah responded to the vatican and other critics tuesday in a strongly worded letter online. such strong public criticism from people we do not know have never met is more than a slap in the face. it's like kicking us as we struggle to draw a breath. it continued. the right to die for the terminally ill is a human rights issue, plain and simple. the imposition of belief on a human rights issue is wrong. when we spoke last month with deborah, she told us she had come to terms with her daughter's choice. >> as an adult, you are in charge of how much pain and how much suffering and how much plodding forward that you want to do. >> now, this statement was the first time anyone from brittany's family has commented since her death. today would be her 30th birthday. gayle? >> boy. thank you, jan. there's a new blow this morning for fans of tracy morgan. his lawyers says the 30 rock
star is still struggling with severe brain injury after this summer's highway crash in new jersey. they're not certain he will be, quote, the tracy morgan he once was. he's suing walmart after crashing into his limbo van carrying the comedian and his fans. uber is facing a wave of criticism this morning. one of the ride-sharing top executives is backtracking. john black-tone tells us he had a plan to silence any journalist who criticized the company. >> reporter: uber has built an aggressive ride-sharing business by battling its competitors. now it's taking the same approach to silenceing its critics in the media. >> we were one of the first publications to be concerned about some of the more dubious things uber was doing.
>> reporter: she recently wrote a sharply worded takedown of uber accusing its management of sexism andisogynymisogyny. >> there's becoming a pattern that's getting worse and worse. >> reporter: buzzfeed reports that at a private dinner in new york last week michael planned to quote, spend a million dollars hiring a team of opposition researchers to dig up dirt on them in the media. they look into your personal lives, families and give you a test of our own medicine. she was one of their targets. >> i was terrified because there are no repercussions. >> reporter: michael is still with the company. he released the statement. the remarks attributed to me at a private dinner do not reflect my actually views. they were wrong no matter the circumstances and i regret them. uber responded we have not, do
not, and will not investigate journalists. its ceo tweet an apology directly to lacy. late tuesday they saidhe for tracking an uber writing journalist without her knowledge. he tweeted and deleted his photo of employees dancing to taylor swift's "shake it off" with the quote, haters going to hate. >> i think there's a line though. i think what uber has done is cross had line time and time again. right now uber getting a are lot of negative press, but it doesn't mean people will stop using uber. it means uber looks bad. >> for cbs this morning, john black stone, cbs san francisco. ahead, scammers targeting grandparents.
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they're known as granny scams. they pretend to be relatives of loved ones. >> the ammunition comes from a place much closer to home. peter greenberg has the story. >> reporter: last january art hermy, a retired government worker received a frantic phone call from someone he thought he knew. >> it didn't sound quite right, but i have these hearing aids and i don't hear so good. i said who is this. and she said don't you know. and so i said my daughter's name. kiersten. >> on the phone was a woman who said she was art's daughter.
she claimed to have been arrested for drunk driving in los angeles more than 125 miles away from her home in virginia. i said you don't drink. she said, well we went out for a party. okay. that seemed conceivable. >> despite his initial doubts about her, the woman on the phone, his so-called daughter sounded desperate. >> they wanted $3,000 to drop the -- >> drop the charges. >> -- reckless charges. said, well that sounds like bribery. he said, do you want your daughter out of jail tonight or not. >> reporter: art followed the instructions and purchased $3,000 worth of gift cards and relayed the account information over the phone. hours later art's wife sally, herself an expert in fraud protection knew what happened. >> i know full well once you
wire money to these professional criminals, the money is absolutely gone. >> reporter: the granny scam accounts for a growing part of an estimated $2.9 billion seniors lose in financial scams every year. scammers now use social media to zero in on their potential victims. they often strike during school holidays when students are traveling and post pictures of their trip. now law enforcement in one state has decided to battle these scammers much closer to home. >> prevention is really important when it comes to this skam. >> reporter: in new york state, prosecutors have launched a campaign where grandkids are being enlisted as virtual fraud fighters. new york attorney general eric schneiderman says the goal is to have grandparents and their grandkids prepared before the scammers hit. >> part of this is trying to get them to take down some of the
information they leave hanging out on social media but the other is simply having a password. look if i'm ever in trouble, grandma and grandpa, i'll use the following word or phrase. if you don't hear it it's not me. >> reporter: after he was scammed art hermy got to work, reading up on the tactics used by the scammers and when they tried to dupe him again, he was ready. >> they called me up like a day or two later and said that my son-in-law had vandalized a car or a house. >> and what did you do? >> click. never heard back. >> reporter: for "cbs this morning," peter greenberg, arlington, virginia. >> that was good advice peter just gave that. you should have a code word for your parents. you did it when you were little. ours was teen age mutant ninja
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good morning. we have some slow traffic trying to get out of milpitas right now. westbound 237, there's an accident reported approaching zanker road. it was backed up any way so that drive time is nearly double what it should be at this time of the morning. also the delays continue along the eastshore freeway. westbound 80 approaching willow, an accident was just cleared to the shoulder. but look at the backups jammed solid all the way to cummings skyway. and even past the accident scene, pretty heavy now into richmond and berkeley. a fatal accident in ben lomond, southbound 9 closed approaching california in the santa cruz mountains. with the forecast, here's lawrence. still seeing those showers outside in fact another band of rain just making its way onshore. as we take you out there now, toward ocean beach, we have the clouds moving in and some rain, too. in fact, looks like we are going to see the showers on and off throughout the morning. hi-def doppler radar showing you that rain now just making its way into the north bay. and headed toward the peninsula. more showers on the way,
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♪ good morning to our viewers in the west. it is wednesday, november 19th, 2014. welcome back to "cbs this morning." more real news ahead including drones. could lead to punishment for unsafe operators. but first, here's a look at today's eye opener at 8:00. >> mounds and mounds of snow. dozens of cars that were buried. stuff abandoned. >> happy to report police reached and now on their way back home. >> not the teen building exercise they had in mind. >> it is a little bit milder on the west coast. we had pockets of rain all of the way from california back up through seattle. >> what happened is most of the irk victims are from a segment of society that takes no part in the security operators. >> nationwide recall in 2008 or
earlier could bring a total to more than 20 million vehicles. >> details, the alleged assault. >> the last thing i remember is go cosby, dropping his drawers and getting on top of me. >> one of the key components of these scams is the notion of long distance travel. now law enforcement in one state has decided to battle these scammers much closer to home. >> people magazine's sexiest man alive in 2014 31-year-old australian chris hemsworth. >> i wouldn't kick him out of bed. >> glad i could join this discussion today. >> hi. >> thanks. >> time for soup and pet tricks. whoa! just the kind of thing you can see when you've been drinking pure grain alcohol. >> this morning's eye opener at 8 presented by benefiber. i'm gayle king with norah o'donnell. dharlly rose is on assignment today. parts of upstate new york are buried this morning and more is on the way. nearly six feet of lake-effect
snow is on the ground in some areas. at least 150 vehicles got stranded in whiteout conditions. in a storm is now blamed for five deaths. another wave of heavy snow is expected to move in tonight. up to 100 inches could fall in some spots by this weekend. in some places that's an entire year's worth of snow in a normal year. >> wow. israel this morning is responding to a deadly attack on a synagogue by saying it will destroy the killers' homes. four rabbis and a police officer died tuesday after two palestinian men barged into the building guns knives and meat cleavers. the victims included three americans. the attackers died in a shootout with police. israel's prime minister vowed revenge as the victims' funerals took place last night. a chicago woman is being called a hero for helping a neighbor escape when a plane slammed into the house. 82-year-old roberta and her was were sleeping when the small plane went down yesterday just
after takeoff. that's when the neighbor went into action. she rushed in to pull the woman from the bedroom. >> i put my arms we got to go out, we got to go out right now. and she was like in shock. i helped help. if that saved their lives, i'm happy. >> thanks goodness. police found her husband and red cued him from the home too. the cause of that crash is still under investigation this morning. tiger woods is furious this morning over a "golf digest" column making fun of his recent troubles. author dan jenkins what he calls" my fake interview with tiger," asked about long-time agent mark steinberg. why haven't you fired steiny? answer, i will probably get around to it, i like to fire people. steinberg wants an apology.
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skully prize last night. they praised charlie for pro mosting architecture and design throughout his tv career. >> at the table with novelists and poets and filmmakers and historians and teachers certainly there is a place there for architects who bring so much of those same skills a vision for the future a sense of art, and their effort to leave us something that has permanence and that is what is about the continuity of civilizations. >> 17 others have won the vincent scully prize including prince charles. so he's in good company. he looked dapper last night. >> he did. congratulations to charlie for that. great distinction. ahead on "cbs this morning," from a bullied teenager to fashion industry staple.
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jeff, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. >> that's cool jeff. >> reporter: it is cool. with more people buying and using these drones in this country the faa believes that ruling was a win for them. what this legal case means for them in their eyes is that anyone who is flying one of these drones recklessly or carelessly could be fined. the ruling stems from an incident back in 2011 but it could set a precedent for drones for a long time. the federal aviation administration is still considering how to regulate the commercial use of drones but the ntsb's ruling appears to give the aenlsgency the authority to punish those who don't fly drones safety. they compared drones to planes which are regulated by the faa. board members determined that an aircraft is any device used for flight in the air, a definition that include had manned or unmanned, large or small. that could apply to the drone that led to the court case in
the first place. it was flown above the university of virginia in 2011 by rafael perker. he was using it for commercial purposes to capture images of the campus. the faa fined him $10,000 but he fought it in court and won. the faa then appealed to the ntsb who ruled in its favor, sending the case back to an administrative law judge for further review. the uncertainty surrounding the regulations is having a ripple effect. >> we had a drone come within 50 feet of us. >> law enforcement officers can make arrests but prosecuting cases where drones fly in restricted airspace has been difficult. businesses large and small are also waiting for guidelines that would allow the use of unmanned aircraft to deliver packages and food. by some use when drone use really takes off, it will create industry that can support more than 70,000 jobs with an economic impact totaling more than $13 billion. but michael tuscano, the
president and ceo of the association of unmanned vehicle systems international says that won't happen until the faa's rules and regulations are in place. >> it's important to have regulatory structure in place to allow for the utilization of this technology. people say well the technology has outpaced the regulatory. that's true with any revolutionary type technology. so you hit upon what has to be done. we need to have rules in place. this is one of the few industries that wants to be regulated. >> do you think the perker ruling today was a step in the right direction or a setback? >> it does highlight that there's a lot of unanswered questions that still exist on how we're going to utilize unmanned aircraft systems or drones. >> today i'm going to show you a little bit about what we do. >> reporter: rafael perker the man who went to battle with the faa, declined our request for an interview but his attorney told us they disagree with the decision and are reviewing their options for the next step.
the faa believes that perker was operating his drone recklessly and that the penalty should stand. let's bring this drone down shut it off. ultimately a judge is going to make the final decision in this case. jeff. >> that was pretty magical with the hands there, jeff. well done. with drone vision. listen, i mean there's a lot more drones than people think. look at the video we showed earlier from buffalo today with the drone above some of the awful lake-effect snow that's come down. whether it's news crews, realtors farmers, everybody wants to deploy drones. >> whether it's boys that just like to play with toys. >> i'm there. >> there's that. it raises all sorts of interesting questions, to be continued. still ahead here discovering america's roots in culture one sip at a time. we will meet the man exploring the united states of drinking. that's ahead on "cbs this morning." >> what's he doing? >> that's what happens after a few.
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eden cheese. >> wow. >> hmm. >> strawberries. good, yeah. >> strawberry not the cheese. >> the movie "sideways" took us on a bizarre journey through central california. now a specialist of united states of drinking looks at some of the world's favorite drinks. he takes a spirited trip across the country. so this is where the liquid is separated from the grain. >> okay. >> so after this process, we'll have -- the dwran will be left over. >> it smells delicious. it's like a muffin. like a muffin when it's cooking. >> liquid bread. >> this mash is very similar to the corn beer i tasted at scott's whiskey distillery but they're going to use a different mask of grains. corn beer is really not very tasty. >> josh is here now. good morning. >> hey what's up.
>> what's up. >> a lot. what's in the coffee by the way. >> that i have to take the fifth on. >> where did the idea for this come from? >> well smithsonian and i were working together and like part of my job as "esquire's" food editor to go around the country. a big part of it is drinking. cocktails and all part of american life and really the kind of thing i find interesting to write about or kind of the coolest part of the show. >> i thought you had the dream job as food editor of "esquire" magazine but now you're on the road for alcohol. you said you were looking for something, the quintessential drink, now only what we drink but how we drink it. >> with this stuff, the beer wine, whiskey, there's such an integrated part of the american life, you know what i mean? wasty goes all the way back
practically to the dawn of time. george washington had to march, you know, with an army to put down the whiskey rebellion, the roots of moonshine or where we get nascar from. >> what do you mean where we get nascar from? >> they developed out of runners like junior johnson who were running away from sheriffs moonshine having been illegal and now in some ways. >> let's talk about moonshine. your first trip was in rural virginia. >> yeah, yeah. >> at 9:00 in the morning he said, yeah it's a good time for moonshine. >> you know what else is so hot? there was a distillery in washington. we went there. it was perfectly climate controlled. it was just the opposite. basically a wood shack on top of a mountain.
it was so fitsching. it was so hot. you can tell i'm from there. kind of found it inspiring. >> even more inspiring as you were drinking the moonshine. >> yeah. and i didn't stop when the cameras stopped rolling. >> there was one thing you said. not all ice is created equal. you say there's a lot to do with it. >> a big part of the modern cocktail movement is having the perfect ice. we did a segment with edmund freeman who's a mix logical genius. he had huge dominos, round ice cubes, round block, crushed ice. >> because it all makes a difference. >> how much does it water down the drink, how fast does it melt. >> they're spending ridiculous amounts of money for these proper ice cubes. >> it's well worth it. >> hey, i'm not going to argue. >> one thing you point out is the beer renaissance and that. it's a great craftsmanship.
>> to me it's very cool. very entrepreneurial, all independent. you have all these giant breweries making thousands of tons of beer and then you have these guy, one or two doing it basically. remember michael jordan had his love of the game club? >> yeah, yeah. >> they're making so many beers reflective of where they're from regions. >> i loved chatting with you. we've got to run. thank you very much. "the united states of drinking" airs tomorrow night on the smithsonian channel. ahead, jenna lions. >> do you do a hula dance when you see someone in j. crew? >> i do a hula dance in the airport when i see a coat. when michelle obama walked up it turned up a notch. straight ahead, the creative
mind behind your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. good morning, it's 8:25. time for some news headlines. police in san jose have safely removed six people including five children from a home where a man was reportedly barricaded inside. this began last night in the area of larch grove court and hayes avenue. there were no reports of any injuries at this time. nearby oak grove high school will remain closed until the situation is resolved. today the uc regents begin debate on a plan to raise tuition by up to 5% per year for the next five years. governor brown will be there for the meeting. he opposes tuition hikes. his budget plan would give an additional $142 million to the uc system if tuition remains the same. another woman has accused
bill cosby of sexual assault. former supermodel janice dickinson says cosby gave her a pill and glass of wine at a house in lake tahoe in 1982. she said she woke up without her clothes and in pain. several other women have come forward with similar allegations. stay with us. traffic and weather in just a moment.
there blocking two lanes. it's in the eastbound lanes of 580 approaching north greenville road. right now no major delays in the commute direction. bay bridge has new raindrops falling now at the bay bridge toll plaza stacked up through the maze. the 24 approach looks okay before you 580 is jammed as you can see there. as well as the eastshore freeway. heavy from hercules. the golden gate bridge wet one still coming out of marin county into san francisco. still clear from san rafael. that is "kcbs traffic." here's lawrence with the wet forecast. >> the showers continuing another band of rain just moving onshore know so if you are stepping out the door be prepared for raindrops. looking toward alcatraz, we have rain over the bay right now and hi-def doppler is picking up on that. you can see that some pockets of moderate amounts of rainfall. sliding toward richmond and oakland. on and off throughout the morning. becoming more scattered in the afternoon. temperatures in the 60s. another storm headed our way for tomorrow.
who painted you? your brother did? you guys made a big mess downstairs. who's going to clean that up? brother? you guys have paint everywhere. >> in do i have any? >> yeah. in your hair. do you think i should not give you any more juice? what's so funny? >> nothing's funny. >> that's so funny. kids in paint usually i don't mix but take a look at these two brother.
they got out of control using each other as a canvas as you can see. their father who is i think pretty cool about the whole thing found them and put them in the shower while he tried to get some answers. >> what's so cute is how the two of the boys look at each other and say what's so funny and he says nothing's funny bud. that's a good dad. her vision helped form j. crew into a retail powerhouse. that would be creative director jenna lions. she is a badass. she sits down with norah o'donnell. see how bullies and blazers and 6 feet tall reached the height in the clothing industry. matt zukri is in our toyota green room with a big even soed sunday night. looking forward to that. bank of americans find
millennials want to save money can't. they pryor tight reducing staggering debt but staggering wages prevent them from saving. "wall street journal" says breakfast is replacing the meal. it's the rare moment in the day when many people are home. researchers say americans are eating their morning meal at home more than they did a decade ago. >> because there's nothing like -- >> it's just not us. >> there's not like sharing bake con with bacon with family. what texting does. measurable force staring at your phone. looking down at a 60 degree angle is the same as putting 60 pounds on your neck. that may cause stress on your spine and that may require surgery. i think about that guys the
next time you're texting it up. "washington post" sayings billy joel is racking it up. he received the gershwin prize. he was also recognized by the american society of composering, authors, and publishers. >> well deserved indeed. jenna lions is one of the most influential designers. she's credited with giving the brand a unique style catering everyone from celebrities and students. lions has her work cut out for her and she's more than game for the challenge. >> you wear 5-inch heals around the office? >> yes. >> why? >> i can see over everybody and i feel glamorous it's not like you have a height complex because you're over 6 feet tall. >> there's no height complex. >> if jenna lyons has no
aversion to hites it's because she's scaled a lot of them. lyons helped transform a once home spun mail order brand into a multimillion dollar retail powerhouse. >> coming in here it's a little bit like "beautiful mind." you have all the creativity and things lined up on the wall. why do you do that? >> i like seeing pretty things lined up. sometimes they look beautiful together and sometimes strange things happen. sometimes you come home and take off your blazer and throw it on top of the neck las you wore the day before. >> you just exposed your genius. you get your ideas from clothes piled on the floor. >> i'm not going to lie. that's the secret orr lyons grew up in california sewing her own clothes. she moved to new york to attend
parsons school of design and after interning at donna caron joined j. crew in 1990. >> you described you were an assistant to an assistant to somebody else's assistant. >> something like that. in the hallway with my compute were an extension cord plugged in. >> but you felt much more at home at j. crew than you did at donna karan. >> not being the cool kid at school and being an outcast, i remember the first couple of times i felt attractive or beautiful and i realized that was important for me to do that for everyone not just people who need to write a $2,000 check for a jacket. >> you weren't the cool kid in school? >> oh, my god. not by a long shot. i was incredibly call and skinny and i have a genetic disorder and the results of that means i have soft spots on my head which i didn't know i had until the girls were talking about me behind my back in school.
>> did you feel like you were bullied? >> oh yeah. i got beaten up quite a bit. >> you got beaten up? >> on the way home from school, yeah. it's traumatic but you can decide what to do with that. there's two ways to go. crawl under a rock or do something with it. >> reporter: lyons didn't seek out a rock though she did endure some hard places. her early career survived a decade of toil as j. crew suvled its looks and leadership. it took mickey rex ler, this so-called retailer king to find j cruz aesthetic and five years later to charge lyons with cure rating it. >> some people said you have this relationship they compare it to the relationship between steve jobs and isaac -- >> i always thought sonny & cher. >> don't be modest. >> there's no question. he gets excited to the same
level as when he first walked in here. >> reporter: in a few years it went from clois turfterred and collegiate to laid back. it started with michelle obama wearing something at an event. >> do you do a little hula dance when you see her show up in a j cruz outfit. >> i do the hulaet at the airport when someone shows all ss up in a coat. but michelle obama? >> it started in the single digits but can reach over $100. >> there are sweaters that are like $100 and a $800 accessible. >> we have some of the more expensive pieces in the catalog. that was something we got feedback on and we have changed. you know, we still have that
product but it's certainly not for everyone. >> it was recently in the news of course, that j cruz reviewed the triple zero size. >> some of said it was not small enough. there was an idea we were doing it for vanity sizing. that was not the case. we got a lot of negative feedback and a lot of positive feedback. no, it's for me for me, don't take it away are j. crew opened up in london and will open in paris. despite a bruising year in which second quarter profits fell almost 40%. >> when you have two pretty dismal quarters and falling profits, do you say has j. crew peaked? >> i've been incredibly fortunate, i have to say, oddly
enough, to be through this before. we've had tough quarters before tough moments. as much as it's hard to go through, i'm not worry. we have not peaked. >> says jenna lyons. like her so much. i really admire everything she does. >> she's incredibly charming and incredibly creative there's no question about that. and jay krewe. crew is going through what a lot of stores are going through. they're trying to go online where people are trying to do their shopping. >> and the glasses are always a nice touch. it's a big deal. >> whoo. >> big deal for olivia. i know her mom is watching. "the good wife" heating up. co-star matt zucry is in the toyota greenroom. matt, did i say it correctly? >> yes, you did. >> i've been practicing. >> well
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>> no. he's alive. he joins us at the table. last week i said he's gone. he's gone. because you know the show it's not unusual that they can kill off the main character, matt. >> that adds to the tension for the audience, i think. >> i know. i thought that was it for >> why not?development for the character. when you first came york, you were in competition. you were a little bit of a jerk. >> i would agree with that. >> now it's turned around we can see the heart of this character and see the heart of this guy that he is. and you know elisha. >> yeah, exactly. and that growth of the character speaks to robert king and michelle king, the writers in the show and the show runners. you know, you look at a season that's in the 60s and this particular character i play went from a jerk and elisha's
competitor and we open add firm and i'm in jail and she's fighting to get me out of jail. that growth of the character is why the audience has been sticking around for fortunately six seasons and why i still have a job. >> well this sunday's episode i understand is the last before january, so there's a little bit of a hiatus. everything is really coming to a head. >> it is. we've been following one case over the course of several episodes. i don't want to give it away how many we're going to go into but over the course of the first season -- excuse me the course of this first half of the season, we followed one course where usually we follow one case per episode, so this is coming to a head like you mentioned with the trial and that's episode ten, this sunday and basically personally and professionally kerry's life is imploding. >> you'd better pull out all of your acting skills on this episode. >> let's hope i've got a couple of good ones. >> you started as a california
raisin in a talents show and now here you are on "the good wife." >> moving up. >> maybe i should have stopped while i was ahead with the california rasn you never know. but seeing "the gilmores" clip was a before and after moment and it will be with "the good wife." >> i find it interesting. you learn to specific playlists to get ready for scenes. what do you listen to? how do you pick what you're going to listen to? >> this season has been a lot of depressing music because my character is going through so much emotionally. so it depending on the context of the scene and the tone of the scene. >> great songs. >> you like dave matthews band. >> i've seen them about 15 20 times live. they're kind of the glue from my childhood to adulthood. >> is taylor swift on your play
lift? i love taylor swift, so be careful how you answer this question. >> she's on my computer let's put it that way. >> stephen colbert recently tweeted obama brought back the iraq war and gilmore girls is coming to netflix. >> that's a pretty rare thing and i'm grateful for that. >> how are you handling the fame because when you walk down the street you're clearly recognized. how is that for you? >> it's part of the job, and in terms of getting recognized, i got into this -- to be an actor in terms of finding connections with people that i may never meet. so as an actor, you get a chance to do that and as fans come up to me i try to give them that time because, you know, there again, one of the reasons why i have a job is to do with them. so that's the way i look at that. >> in gotham magazineky point out he was new york's most
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oak grove high school in san jose will open at 9-15. it was closed this morning while police golf. it's 8:55. good morning. here's headlines around the bay area. oak grove high school in san jose will open at 9:15 in just a few minutes. it was closed this morning while police searched a nearby home for a barricaded suspect. last night a man with a gun was spotted near larch grove court and hayes avenue. this morning police safely removed nine people including 7 children from the home. no arrests have been made so far. oakland businesses are being warned about potential violence if a grand jury doesn't indict a missouri police officer in the shooting death of a teenager. police are also getting ready for a decision in the case of officer darren wilson. san francisco board of supervisors has a new interim
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we know they have been trying to run some traffic breaks to clear it. a bunch of sand barrels were hit and there's sand on the road. there is a delay. westbound in the commute direction is okay until you get to the dublin interchange. roads are still wet. here's a live look at the san mateo bridge. still crowded behind the pay gates on westbound 92. it's heavy on southbound 680 in walnut creek. that's "kcbs traffic." here's lawrence. we're now seeing some downpours around the bay area. out the door right now, plenty of clouds as the first in a series of storms is rolling on in. some showers into san francisco overlooking russian hill. hi-def doppler radar showing you some heavier downpours as we make your way into parts of the north bay. novato heavier showers into vallejo also into san ramon. more along the peninsula. things partly cloudy in the afternoon, sunny breaks and continued showers. temperatures in the 60s, more rain tomorrow.
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