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2016. this is the cbs >> wicked weather hits. bitter cold temperatures, heavy snow and whiteout conditions are making roads treacherous. tough talk on china. >> they haven't played by the rules and i know it's time that they're going to start. >> president-elect donald trump takes aim at the communist country during his victory tour. it's now clear that so called fake news can have real world consequences.
false propaganda littering social media. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york, good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, this morning the weather report for a lot of folks is bone chilling cold and a lot of snow. heavy snow and freezing temperatures stretch from the sierras to the great lakes to the northeast. by the weekend single digit wind the snow and freezing temperatures making travel difficult and dangerous. hannah daniels is here in new york. good morning. >> good morning. two separate snow systems have triggered blinding snowstorms that have led to several deadly pileups in several states. the heavy snow whiteout conditions and subzero temperatures are expected to last throughout the weekend. as snow plows got to work in upstate new york crews in ohio
vehicles involved in a major pileup along interstate 90. >> pretty aggravated about it, you know, i'm trying to get home. it's cold in this weather. >> reporter: the chain reaction crash that injured more than a dozen people was one of many triggered thursday by a lake effect snowstorm that brought whiteout conditions to the midwest. in michigan cars and semis were seen smashed together in a deadly pile up along i- involving 40 vehicles. >> there are three confirmed we have not yet identified those victims. 11 other victims were transported from the scene. >> reporter: the moving storm system dumped more than a foot of snow an hour north of syracuse, new york, yesterday and caused more crashes. >> we want you to get to school, we want you to get to your job safely. so please take your time in the snowy conditions. >> reporter: another system out west coated mountains in california with snow and roads in oregon with ice.
collision. >> there's a lot of people planning on shopping or getting stuff for the christmas season but right now it's not worth it. >> reporter: winter doesn't officially begin for another 12 days. and this winter weather has already led to the cancellation of hundreds of flights. anne-marie. >> hannah daniels in new york. thank you so much. chief meteorologist eric fisher of our boston station wb sfwlchlt says the extreme cold will be around for a while. >> the cold has seeped acr the country this morning from windchill values near 20 below zero across north dakota close the freezing mark down towards new orleans saturday morning that's what we will wake up to start the weekend, single digit and teen wind chills down into the deep south. by saturday morning we will see some 20s across north florida, the city center a little milder, certainly frost and freeze warnings there. 20s across north georgia, much of mississippi, alabama, and
snow, continues to crank, a couple more feed are possible and the heaviest bands downwind of the great lakes through saturday. we're watching the next storm system moving in by this weekend. by sunday the snow stretching across the midwest, rain on the south side of it. this storm will move toward new england and the northeast as we look toward monday, a sloppy start to the workweek. i'm meteorologist eric fisher. president-elect donald trump continues his thank you tour in grand rapids, michigan today. last night he was in iowa where protests as he visits states that helped get him elected. mr. trump selected andrew pud zer to lead the labor department. he is a union krit nick who opposes large minimum wage increases. he also announced he's nominating terry branstad to be the u.s. ambassador to china. mr. trump says china has to start playing by the rules.
intellectual property, putting unfair taxes on our chps, not helping with the menace of north korea and the massive devaluation of their currency and product dumping. >> it was announced mr. trump will keep his executive producer credit on the tv show celeb brit apprentice. >> coming up on "cbs this morning" we will talk with paul manafort donald trump's former campaign manager. hillary clinton is calling on congress to fight what she described as a fake news epidemic. du retiring senate minority leader harry reid clinton said the issue is a danger that must be addressed quickly. >> it's now clear that so called fake news can have real world consequences. this isn't about politics or partisanship. lives are at risk. >> clinton's speech follows an incident in which a gunman occupied a washington pizza restaurant mentioned in a false report linking a child sex
secretary of defense ash carter made an unannounced stop in afghanistan this morning. carter is there to consult with senior afghan officials and u.s. military commanders concerning the fight against the taliban. he is also deliver a pre holiday p talko the approximately % 10,000 u.s. troops stationed there. the president of south korea was impeached peechd the morning, she is south korea's first democratically elected leader to be removed from office. south korea's prime minister will serve as acting president. critical video was played at dylann roof's murder trial in charleston. roof is charged with gunning down nine black church goers in a racially motivated attack. s. err video shows roof pulling into the church parking lot and entering the church. 45 minutes later he's seen cautiously leaving the church
it was revealed roof's mother suffered a heart attack in court as prosecutors described her son's actions in their opening remarks. this morning john glenn is being remembered for his courage, patriotism and intellect. glenn was the first american to orbit the earth. he also served this country in war and as a united states senator. he died yesterday at the age of 95. >> reporter: from the cosmos to capitol hill and then back again. >> reporter: john glenn was an astronaut, a politician and a patriot. >> i had i guess you could say 47 years of federal years, and we're proud of this country and what it provides for people. i still think we are the example for the rest of the world. >> on february 20th, 1962, john glenn famously became the first american to orbit the earth.
>> reporter: when he came back glenn became a national hero and received a ticker tape parade in new york city, the largest since world war ii. >> i got on this project because it would probably be the nearest to heaven i would ever get and i wanted to make the most of it. >> reporter: years before he made history aboard friendship 7 spacecraft glenn flew fighter planes for the marine corps wracking up 49 missions during world war ii and career. in the senate dplen was a key player in democratic but his hero status didn't translate into national political appear. >> i believe this nation of ours can be number one in in world. >> reporter: and his bid for the presidency in 1984 never really got off the ground. glenn's political career took another hit in the late '80s when he and four other senators known as the keating five were investigated for accepting hefty campaign contributions from savings and loan owner charles keeter. senator glenn was eventually
quote, poor judgment. after serving nearly a quarter century on capitol hill glenn retired from politics in 1998. that same year nearly 40 years after his first nasa journey glenn returned to the stars. >> lift off of discovery with a crew of six astronaut heroes and one american legend. >> reporter: at the age of 77 the first american to orbit the earth made history once again, becoming the oldest human ever to travel into space. the nation's senior returned to earth with a message for other americans his age. >> i think too often people set their lives by the calendar. old folks have ambitions and dreams, too, like everybody else and why don't they work for them? don't sit on the coach someplace. that's my attitude. >> reporter: and glenn followed his own advice staying politically active until the end, publicly opposing the decision to end the space shuttle program. president obama awarded him the
>> reporter: now as a nation bids farewell to a true hero americans for one last time can wish john glenn godspeed. >> reporter: nancy cordes. cbs news, washington. coming up on the morning news, in flight phone calls? regulators considering letting passengers talk on their phones mid flight. and plunging population. giraffes face an uncertain future. this is the cbs morning news. cb. how's your cafe au lait? oh, it's actually... sfx: (short balloon squeal)
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giraffes face extinction and an aviation official breaks his silence in a crash investigation. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the miami herald reports on claims made by a bolivian air traffic official about the charter jet crash last week in colombia. she says her superiors tried to cover up the flawed flight plan after the plane went down killing 71. investigators say the plane ran out of fuel. dallas news said several baylor officials are being sued for libel by a former football coach. art briles said they made false statements implying that he knew about and covered up alleged sexual assaults by his players. he was fired in may. the "washington post" reports grim new statistics about america's open joyed epidemic. federal stats for 2015 show that heroin deaths speed exceeded gun homicides nearly 13,000 and that is a first. the deaths from opioids topped
the denver post says federal regulators are softening their stands on inn flight phone calls. proposals released yesterday would leave the decision up to the airlines provided that passengers were warned that they might hear a little chatter. a final decision is years away. and national public radio says giraffes are now being listed as vulnerable to extinction. conservation experts say their numbers have fallen as much as 40% in the last 30 years. illegal huntingnd are blamed. still ahead, a new drink that will have pokemon go fans frothing. starbucks is offering an official frappuccino inspired by
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on the "cbs moneywatch" now mortgage rates soar and starbucks whips up a drink for pokemon go fans. jill wagner has hand that more. >> for the second day in the row major stock indices closed at all time high. tech and energy companies rose as the price of oil climbed. the dow jump 68 points, the s&p 4 points. mortgage rates climbed for the the average rate on a 30 year fixed rate mortgage hit 4.13% according to freddie mac. last year at this time it was 3.95%. long-term interest rates have surged since the election. next week the federal reserve is expected to raise its benchmark interest rate for the first time in a year. at&t has started paying out some $88 million in refunds in a bogus charge scheme known as cramming.
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here is another look at this morning's top stories. a pair of midwinter-like storms are blanketing much of the country with heavy snow and subzero wind chills. the weather has caused traffic pileups, over the weekend single digit wind chills are expected to reach the deep south. winter doesn't official if i know for 12 days. and president-elect donald trump continues his thank you tour in michigan today. last night he was in iowa, another state that helped him get elected. mr. trump nominated fast food ceo andrew puzder to head the labor department. he is a union critic who opposes large minimum wage increases. the u.s. surgeon general is
young people using e-cigarettes. dr. john reports. >> 17-year-old tara started using e-cigarettes three years as as a freshman. >> i thought they were water vapor and the majority of my friends thought the same thing. >> dr. murthi is the surgeon general. >> when i've traveled the country i've realized many people are confused about e-c e-cigarett e-cigarettes. they don't recognize these aren't harmless products. >> e-cigaretteson but not the cancer causing tar present in traditional cigarettes. nicotine is a highly addictive adolescent brain. the developin- >> there is no safe use of tobacco products for kids and those include e-cigarettes. >> e-cigarettes companies have rapidly increased advertising spending from $6.4 million in 2011 to $115 million in 2014.
high school students increased from less than 2% in 2011 to 16% last year. >> what we've seen is that the vast majority of kids seven out of ten are actually seeing these advertisements, whether that's intentional or unintentional that tells us that we're not doing a good enough job at protecting kids. >> do you think that bubble gum favor for e-cigarettes is unintentional? isn't it targeted right to kids? >> we do know that flavors have a 81% of kids when asked why they use e-cigarettes cite flavors. >> the doctor says more research is needed on whether e-cigarettes are a gateway to traditional cigarettes. industry groups are criticizing today's report because it does not highlight the possible role e-cigarettes may have in helping people stop smoking. cbs news, new york. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning,"
shot a knife wielding student at a reno high school. plus travel expert peter greenberg looks at emergency plane evacuations and why it's important for passengers to leave everything. and we'll meet four former marines who are unlikely fans of the tv show "gilmore girls". that's the cbs morning news for this friday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. have a great d. .
3 3 now at 4:30 - winter weather is causing concern across the country ...and right here at home. we're expecting a couple of inches of snow this weekend... while an arcitc blast continues to wreak havoc in other parts of the u-s. 3 plus--- milwaukee police need your help... finding ?this ma r say... he did. good morning! and thanks so much for joining us. today is friday december 9th.we're following a number of stories for you this morning... includingwhat mother nature plans to throw our way this weekend. parts of the country are dealing with a cold blast ... bringing ice snow ... and cold temperatures.the question is...are we getting that too? meteorologist justin thompson gee is in the weather center with jessica tighe to start us offgood morning! 3