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captioning funded by cbs captioning funded by cbs it's monday, january 2nd, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." the hunt is on for the killer who slaughtered at least 39 people at a nightclub in turkey. >> i also know things that other people don't know, and so they cannot be sure of the situation. >> president-elect trump is promising a revelation about the russia/u.s. presidential election hacking scandal. ♪ mariah carey's new year's eve ends with a performance disaster. good morning from the studio
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57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. turkish police are looking for a gunman who opened fire at a packed istanbul nightclub. at least 39 people were killed and another 70 wounded early sunday morning. one of the wounded is an american, but most are foreigners. riley carlson has more. good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. that new year's eve nightclub was jam packed with people. now, nearly two-thirds of the people who were killed in the attack were actually foreigners who spent the night in istanbul to ring in the new year. jake raak of pennsylvania was shot once. the bullet ricocheted off his cell phone and struck his leg. >> i told one person, they're shooting, i'm hiding. >> chris raaks his older
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brother will come home soon >> it's really sad with the rest of the world and what's going on with the things. we just pray for their families. >> the family says raak played dead in hopes he would survive. as victims recover, a manhunt as police search for the killer. surveillance video shows people running for cover as bullets ricochet outside the club. then the gunman enters and another camera records the chaos inside. >> i saw a mob coming outside and people were falling down because of the shooting inside. >> club reina is a swanky nightclub popular with local residents and tourists. about 600 people were inside when the gunman opened fire on new year's day. the club's manager said it had increased security after u.s. intelligence warned of an attack less than two weeks ago. outside next to police barricades red carnations are laid out to remember the victims. terrorist groups have carried out devastating attacks in
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turkey over the past year including a double bombing at a soccer stadium just last month that killed 44 people. anne-marie? >> rylee, before we let you go, i'm wondering, do we know anything more about the person who carried out this attack? >> we don't know much more, anne-marie, particularly because he's on the loose and the manhunt is still ongoing. now there is obviously the investigation into which group this man might be a part of, which terror group might have had any hand in helping him carry out this attack and help him get away. the turkish media is reporting, remember, he went into the club in that santa claus outfit yesterday, but now they're reporting he changed clothes, which may have helped him slip away from authorities. >> rylee carlson. thank you so much. the turkish prime minister visited the hospital where some of the wounded were taken. one victim said the attack happened very fast, they heard gunfire and got on the floor right away.
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president-elect donald trump is back in new york city after spending the holiday at his florida resort. speaking to reporters saturday night, mr. trump expressed skepticism about computers and reports of russian hacking and as kris van cleave reports, he has inside information he'll share this week. >> reporter: a plane carrying russian diplomats expelled by washington took off from dulles airport early sunday morning. donald trump talked about russians interfering with cyber attacks. >> i want them to be sure because it's pretty serious and hacking can be hard to detect. it could be somebody else. >> reporter: trump alluding he had insider information about the hacking. >> i know things others don't know. you'll find out on tuesday or wednesday. >> if he's going to have any credibility as president he needs to stop talking this way.
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>> reporter: adam smif schiff is the ranking delegate on the intelligence committee. >> none of us have any questions about this. the only one who does, apparently, is donald trump. >> reporter: this comes as burlington electric announced malware linked to russian hackers was found on one of its computers. still trump promised improving relations. >> hopefully we're going have many relationships with countries. and that includes russia and it includes china. >> reporter: kris van cleave, washington. the technology at the white house is getting an upgrade. president obama ordered the modernization including new computers and faster internet. that may not win over the president-elect though. mr. trump says no computers are safe and if you have anything important, write it out and send it by courier. mr. trump tweets, but he doesn't write e-mail or surf the internet. coming up we'll talk to mark
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leibovich about trump's doubts and russian hacking and what we can expect from the new congress, which gets sworn in tomorrow. north korean leader kim jongion says testing for the intercontinental ballistics missile has reached the file stage. in his annual new year's address, kim threatened to boost his capabilities. launching a ballistics missile would be a big step. the new year in chicago got off to a bloody start. two fatal shootings at a bar in the early hours of new year's day continuing a trend that dramatically escalated last year. last year was one of the most violent in chicago history. 762 homicides, more than new york and lamb combined. that's compared to 485 in 2015, the largest spike in 15 years. chicago's police superintendent say criminals have little fear from the criminal justice
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system. >> we have to send a message to these individuals to not pick up a gun in the city of chicago. if you do pick up a gun and you use it, you'll be held accountable, and right now we don't do that. >> overall there were 1,100 more shooting incidents last year in chicago than in 2015. federal aviation officials are investigating the collision of two small planes over texas. three people were killed. the planes collided over mckinney near a small airport about 30 miles north of dallas. witnesses say one plane hit the tail of the other. one plane came down on a storage facility, the other on a busy road, and it's reported that two of the victims were a father and son, tim and greg barber. well, coming up on the "morning news" now, stadium standoff. protesters dangle above thousands of viking fans. and mariah carey's times square meltdown. >> well, happy new year.
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start the relief. ditch the misery. let's end this. it just don't get any better. mariah carey was a show stopper literally during a live new year's eve rockin' broadcast in times square. the broadcast malfunctioned while she was singing. she asked the audience to sing and then just gave up before moving on to the next song. afterward she tweeted here's to making more headlines in 2017 and more tweets too. pipeline protesters get the attention of viking fans and an update on the search and recovery. those are some of the headlines on the "morning news" stand. "the columbus dispatch" reports that the search for a private jet will resume this morning near cleveland.
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it vanished and they say debris has been found along the shore. the "star tribune" reports the arrest of two after a banner was unveiled. a banner hung from the rafters of u.s. bank stadium and it urged the company to stop investing in the dakota access pipeline. the pair and the banner were removed after the game. "the new york times" looks back at the career of an actor who won fame for his role in "mash." william christopher died saturday in california at the age of 84. he's best known for playing father mulcahy on the long running comedy. "time" reports the queen missed church on krimm for the first time since 1988. the 90-year-old monarch is recuperating at her estate. the union tribune reports on
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the address of pope francis. he addresses thousands telling people they need to reject hatred. the pope said 2017 will be a good year if each person works every day to reject hatred. and "the arizona republic" explains why twin boyce in arizona have different birth dates. sawyer shay was born nine minutes on new year's eve. his brother everett was born at 12:01. his father called him stubborn for hanging out until after midnight. still ahead, workers win the right to disconnect from their work e-mail after hours. ♪ i don't want to lie down. i refuse to lie down. why suffer?
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here in new york city a subway is finally open for business. the first three stations opened on sunday and for residents in manhattan on the east side means the end of long walks to catch a subway. they first envisioned it back in 1929 and ground was first broken in 1972. if you are tied to your work by your devices, listen to this. france workers rang in the new year with the right to disconnect law. french workers now have the legal right to ignore work e-mails or texts outside of typical working hours. now, the idea is to cut down on work-related stress that leaks into workers' personal time. the united kingdom will start circulating its new one-pound coin in march. the new 12-sided coin has a gold outer ring and silver colored inner ring. it's harder to counterfeit, but it also won't fit into vending
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machines. the current legal coin will remain as legal tender until october 15th. and "rogue one: a star wars story" topped the box office. it took in $50 million for the three-day period. "sing"le a talent competition for animals came in second. and the sci-fi romance "passengers" came in third. i saw "sing," and it was a lot of fun. still ahead, a look at the extra security measures in place for america's new year's celebrations. ra security measures in place for america's new year's celebration. see me. don't stare at me. see me. see me. see me to know that psoriasis is just something that i have. i'm not contagious. see me to know that... ...i won't stop until i find what works. discover cosentyx, a different kind of medicine for moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. proven to help the majority of people
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join us for kpix 5 news this morning... beginning at 4:30. good morning. it's monday, january 2nd. ,, ,, here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around p a long-time indianapolis
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colts fan sees his team play for the first time thanks to a technological breakthrough. scott reese is legally blind thanks to an optic nerve defect. but yesterday he could see the action using electronic glasses. >> this is my miracle that i waited almost 38 years for. >> the team connected him with the maker of the device, esight. the glasses record the view in front of the wearer and transmit the images on screens in front of the eyes. how cool is that. a disappointing case of deja vu yesterday for detroit fans. longtime line lions' nemesis erin rodgers of green bay snatching away the nfc title. >> in the corner of the end zone. touchdown. >> rodgers threw four touchdown passes in green bay's 34-21 win on the road, but both teams will
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make the playoffs. and an old hand takes the controls as dallas roars into the playoffs. tony romo took over but the dallas cowboys lost. they rested rookie sensation. dallas was 13-3 on the season and will be the top playoff seed. the san francisco 49ers make changes at the top after sinking to the bottom of the nfl standings. the team yesterday fired head coach chip kelly and general manager trent baalke. the niners tied the record this season by losing 14 games. >> while the rose parade's "never on sunday" rule moves the event to today, mireya villarreal looks at how they'll keep the crowds safe.
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>> reporter: the stands are set for the rose parade. police presence will be at an all-time high. you have 70,000 people expected to be here that have to come with security concerns. >> absolutely. incidents like berlin, nice, france, are stark reminders offing the security. >> reporter: the lieutenant says these barriers will be set up overnight and roads will be closed along the 5 1/2-mile parade route. >> we'll have heavy trucks, water barricades but some of these minor cautions to prevent vehicle incursions. >> reporter: he says this has to be the new norm. >> we're used to holding events like this and security is our number one priority and goal. it's just one more added layer of security that we've implemented, but it's something that we're accustomed to doing. >> reporter: the rose parade recently received one of the highest security designations in the country, putting it at the same level as the super bowl. with new threats to consider, more than 1,500 federal agents and officers will be patrolling this parade route starting sunday night and throughout
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monday. mireya villarreal, cbs news, pasadena, california. well, this 103rd rose bowl game will match the big ten conference champions penn state's nittany lions against the usc trojans at the pac-12 conference. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," tips on protecting your personal information from hackers. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." this is the "cbs morning news."
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the new year brings a new president and hundreds of new laws. tony dokoupil looks at some of the changes in 2017. >> reporter: at the dawn of 2017 the "o"s in "hollywood" were changed to spell hollyweed. a new congress will occur including dozens of new changes. of course, a new president follows on january 20th. donald trump will be the first commander in chief with no prior experience in any elected office. but it's not just washington that's changing. california is one of four states where the stroke of midnight brought the first tokes of legal
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recreational marijuana. nevada, maine, and massachusetts also voted to end pot prohibition in the year ahead bringing the national total to eight states. millions of workers are making more money this month as 19 states in the district of columbia bump up their minimum o wages. military will see a slightly fatter increase thanks to a 2.1% increase. 2.51% of the people in the country thought things got better. most americans, 55% said they believe things will be bet e at least for them personally in 2017. tony dokoupil, cbs news, new york. police are searching for the gunman who opened fire at a popular turkish nightclub. early new year's morning. at least 39 people were kill and 70 others were wounded including an american from pennsylvania.
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officials say the gunman escaped in the chaos. and president-elect donald trump continues to express skepticism about u.s. intelligence reports linking russia to cyber attacks aimed at interfering with the u.s. election. mr. trump says hacking is hard to prove and it could have been someone else. he also says he has inside information that he'll reveal later this week. and coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," tips on keeping your personal information safe from hackers in 2017. we'll speak with "wall street journal" columnist joanna stern. plus conor knighton shows us his yearlong trip to all 59 national parks. and we'll take you to tuscany where a wine maker is using music to help his grapes grow. that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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i'm kenny choi. 'm michelle griego. good morning. you're looking live, this is a live picture in levi stadium. it is rainy, dark, pretty much sums up the 49ers season this year. it
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ended yesterday. we'll talk about the raiders and their chances of the playoffs with our insider. good morning. >> hey, it's good to see you guys again. >> good to see you. >> the gang is back together. >> the band is back. >> that's right. >> welcome back >> thank you. >> from colorado. >> how was everyone's holiday? >> it was great. it was fun. . >> elton john, the legend, anybody wants to see his concert i highly recommend it. true performer. good morning. we do have a lot of rain and snow in the forecast, and yes, i said snow. radar picking up a little bit of precipitation right there getting a push within the next 20 minutes, look at that. that's moderate to heavy


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