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little later for the captioning funded by cbs it's thursday, january 26, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." >> that wall will cost us nothing. >> day seven of the trump administration and the president sheds light on his latest executive action. >> i want to build a wall. we have to build a wall. we have to stop drugs from pouring in. we have to stop people from just pouring into our country. we have no idea where they're from. >> this morning's mexico's president and america's sanctuary cities respond. ♪ who can turn the world on with her smile ♪ ♪ and a trailblazer on and off
screen. we remember mary tyler moore. >> you've got spunk. >> well -- >> i hate spunk! captioning funded by cbs good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at studio headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. the president of mexico says he regrets president trump's order to begin building a wall along the u.s. mexico border. mr. trump says it will begin in months. it was one of the steps he took to tighten immigration policy. more is expected today including a temporary ban on refugees from predominantly muslim countries. roxana saberi is here with more. red sox na, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. the president is promising to push forward and crack down on illegal immigration and build a
wall on the border of mexico, but he'll need help to pay for his plans. president trump's sweping executive orders are likely to dominate his agenda as he meets with congressional republicans in philadelphia. >> beginning today, the united states of america gets back control of its borders. >> among them, a directive to jump start the construction of a wall along the u.s./mexico border and add more border patrol agents and detention centers in the area. congress would have to initially fund the $10 billion project but in an interview with cbs news -- >> it will be a payment, perhaps a form, perhaps a complicated form. >> the mexican president enrique pena nieto immediately fired
back saying his country will not pay for the wall. >> we are going to get the bad ones out, the criminals and drug dealers. >> he faced pushback from politicians in so-called sanctuary cities after ordering the federal government to slash the funding for protecting undocumented immigrants. >> if necessary wheel use the city hall itself to shelter and proekt anyone targeted unjustly. >> as hundredss of thousands gather gathered -- >> all i can do now is make my voice heard and protest. >> activists walked to philadelphia where they're gathering for their annual retreat. but the president and vice president are expected to face thousands of demonstrators in the streets today. he's also looking at orders to temporarily ban refugees and those who travel from predominantly muck limb countries. anne-marie? >> thanks a lot, roxana. in his first interview since becoming president mr. trump
reiterated torture works. but he told abc news before he would order so-called tactics, he would confer with the cia director and mike pompeo. >> i spoke as recently as 24 hours ago with people at the highest level of intelligence and i asked them the question, does it work? does torture work? and the answer was yes, absolutely. if they don't want to do it, that's fine. if they do want to do, then i will work for that end. i want to do everything within the bounds of what you're allowed to do legally. do i feel it works? absolutely i feel it works. >> pompeo said he'll abide by the u.s. laws which limits interrogation techniques. >> ahead on "cbs this morning," we'll talk about mr. trump's immigration with moves with fran townsend, homeland security adviser for president trump. on wall street the dow
opened at a record high. the dow closed 'above the elusive 20,000 mark for the first time yesterday. strong earnings and reports and gains by financial companies lead the way. mr. trump said he's proud in that the business world loves him. italian firefighters now say 29 people were killed when a powerful avalanche buried a hotel. the final bodies were recovered from a hotel. the search effort lasted a week. the landslide buried the hotel in central history. nine people were pulled out alive. a criminal effort is under way. firefighters in washington state are battling a massive fire at an apartment complex that's being built. the fire broke out in lynwood north of seattle. no one was living in the buildings, but a nearby apartment complex was evacuate. two firefighters sustained
nonlife-threatening injuries. mary tyler moore is being remembered the morning by fans and colleagues for her grace and ability to make other people laugh and her groundbreaking way to pave the way. moore died yesterday at the age of 80. ben tracy has a look at her life and career. >> reporter: her name was a bit longer than most, but in the 1970s, she only needed a one-word introduction. >> mary. >> mary. >> mary. >> reporter: she was born in brooklyn in 1936 and began her career in the 1950s in commercials as happy hotpoint. her big break came from carl reiner who remembered her as the girl with three names and cast her as laura petry in the comedy "the dick van dyke show."
>> it was like being in the college for comedy. >> "the dick van dyke show" made mary ann award-winning superstar and in 1970 it was her name on the screen. as mary richards she played a single career-driven women who juggled friends at work and at home. >> you've got spunk. >> well -- >> i hate spunk! >> reporter: besides being funny, it was also a boost for feminism. it was one of the first shows where the lead female was succeeding in a male-dominated business. "the mary tyler moore show" won a peabody. its finale in 1977 was one of the most watched show of all times. >> i think i'm going to need some kleenex. >> there's some on mary's desk. >> reporter: yet moore's life had its share of pain. she fought diabetes and fought alcoholism. her only son richie accidentally shot himself and died when he was 24.
shortly thereafter mary tyler moore was nominated for an academy award for her role in the 1980s movie "ordinary people." she later found success on broadway and in 2013 reunited with some of her "mary tyler moore show" castmates on the cable show "hot in cleveland." >> hello. >> it looks like she made it after all. >> reporter: for her, it was all about making us smile. >> there was nothing so rewarding as laughter when you've been responsible for it. >> reporter: and so to the girl with three names, it's hat's off for life well lived. ♪ you're going to make it after all ♪ >> reporter: ben tracy, cbs news, los angeles. ahead on "cbs this morning," we will talk with dick van dyke, mary tyler moore's co-star and longtime friend.
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the australian open finals since 2003. in another blast from the past venus will face her sister serena in saturday's final. 35-year-old serena cruised past lucic-baroni. the last time they met was in 2009 at wimbledon. well, elon musk has an underground idea to ease traffic and mr. trump's reported voter fraud story. those are some of the headlines on the "morning news" stand. "the new york times" relates an anecdote mr. trump told to lawmakers to justify investigation of voter fraud. he claimed noted golfer bernhard langer he was blocked from voting in florida but saw three natives of latin american countries cast ballots. however, langer is a german sit zan and cannot vote in the u.s. and his daughter said langer and the president are not friends. t"the san francisco chronicle"
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the company says this is what astronauts would wear on the starliner spacecraft it plans to build that would plan cruises to the space station. a little body con, stylish. on the "cbs moneywatch" blackberry dials up a new smartphone and a snickers commercial could be unwrapping super bowl history. hena daniels is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, hena. >> good morning, anne-marie. being big gains on asian stockmarket. as you reported, the dow broke the 20,000 mark, but the s&p and nasdaq also touched record highs for the second day in a row. the dow gained 155 points, the s&p rose 18 points and the nasdaq added 55. amid growing demand for green goods, retail giant target introduced broad new guidelines governing chemicals in the products itself. by 2020 the new target guidelines will push suppliers to list ingredients in
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event on u.s. tv. anne-marie. >> well, adam had better nail it. i think it's like $5 million for 30 seconds, right? >> yeah. and the commercials are so much. that's not a bad paycheck at all. >> all right. hena daniels at the new york stock exchange. thank you so much, hena. still to come, a child's message to the president. she used social media to show the violence of war in her homeland has a request for mr. trump. request from mr. trump. whatever you want, it's just making smart choices about eating. bring on the food! we're having it all! i feel good about myself. yeah! best decision of my life. it always feels good when somebody says you look good. aren't we glad we did it? yes! we're doing it! (cheering) in the first two months, members have lost 15% more weight than on our prior program. join for free and get one month free. hurry, offer ends february 1st.
immigration. we have all the details on the president's plans. plus, local elected leaders, not backing down... as president trump threatens sanctuary cities all across the u-s. their plans for protecting our cities. and celebrities and fans are mourning the death of actress mary tyler moore. how they're remembering her. join us for kpix 5 news this morning... beginning at 4:30. good morning. it's th,,,,
the protesters remained on the crane for most of the day. one said they hoped to get under the president's skin. well, social media sites have become the battlefield in the fight over president trump's ideas. his campaign pledge to register all american muslims brought this tweet from former secretary of state madeleine albright. i was raised catholic, became episcopalian and found out later i was jewish. i stand ready to register as muslim in solidarity. and a syrian gerl who helped to make america aware of aleppo's horrors is reaching out to president trump. her message, america must keep her door open because children just like her are suffering. >> reporter: this 7-year-old bana alabed is taking her message of peace to the new american president. in an open letter written just days before the inauguration, bana alabed implored president donald trump to help young victims back in her homeland.
she wrote, they're suffering because of adult people, so can you please save the children and the people of syria. bana penned the note from her new home in turkey where she's lived since being evacuated from aleppo last month. she called her former hometown a city of death and told her, you must do something for the children of syria because they are like your children and deserve peace like you. bana amassed an international following of more than 360,000 when she and her mother launched a twitter account highlighting the violence in syria. president bashar al assad claimed it was fake and called it propaganda. it's still unclear what actions mr. trump will take in the war-torn country but little bana wrote if you promise to do something for the children of syria, i'm already your new friend. for a little girl whose friends have died the stakes are high. terry okita, cbs news, london.
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who are registered dead in one, two, three states, we have a lot to look into. >> president trump says he'll order a major investigation into voter fraud. mr. trump said there were up to 5 million illegal votes cast in the election and none of them went his way. he said this is what cost him the popular vote. there is no evidence to support the president's claim though. and an executive action signed by mr. trump yesterday cracks down on so-called sanctuary cities. there are hundreds that use local ordinances and policies to
shelter illegal immigrants from federal law enforcement. carter evans reports. >> reporter: when it comes to taking on president trump's immigration policy, california has drawn a line in the sand. >> in california immigrants are an integral part of who we are and what we've become. >> reporter: governor jerry brown's message this week was blunt. >> let me be clear. we will defend everybody, every man, woman, and child who has come here for a better life and has contributed to the well being of our state. >> reporter: california has 18 sanctuary cities. brian abarco was brought here from mexico at age 3. are you worried about getting pulled over for speeding and getting detained? >> yes. that's everyday life. >> reporter: he lives in los angeles where mayor eric garcetti has instructed police not to enforce immigration laws. >> reporter: even if it threatens federal funding in los angeles? you stand to get up to $500
million this year. >> these are dollars that protect our port, airport, keep veterans off the streets. >> you're saying pulling federal funding could hurt the rest of the country. >> exactly. >> there's anxiety going around, a lot of worry. >> reporter: pedro trujillo's parents both undocumented immigrants brought him to the u.s. when he was 7. >> are there going to be raids coming our way in the coming months, we don't know that yet. >> but you're prepared to stand up and fight for that? >> we have to be prepared because this is our only country, our only home. >> reporter: he also says the city is starting a legal fund to help undocumented immigrants defend themselves from deportation. carter evans, cbs news, los angeles. coming up on "cbs this morning," more on president trump's proposed border wall. we'll take you to the mexico/texas border to look at the challenges of constructing barrier.
plus a massive renovation job for the houses of parliament in lauchblt we'll show you inside. and we'll take you to a bakery in new york city that specializes in raw edible cookie dough. mmm. that's the cbs news for this thursday. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
has taken over. can't see it now. good morning, it's thursday, january 262017, i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. >> the fog is in the bay. when you get that little fickle finger of fog that moves toward emeryville that's what's happening. >> i love how you explain that. >> i wanted to jump into it and talk about today foggy start cold start temperatures 30s 50s, topping off into the 50s. a little bit of clouds friday, as well. sunshine for sunday and monday. we are going to talk about the chances of rain pushing back into the bay area. but first here's roqui with traffic. >> thank you, roberta. we have some things to update you on this morning. this closure on westbound 37 since a couple of weeks ago after all these storms thinks still closed d