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program. when i went after him on behalf of what the republican cause should be, conservative principles, believing in limited government, believing in accountability. and leading by fixing things that are broken. my dad, greatest man alive, was president of the united states and my brother who i adore, a fantastic brother was president, fine, i'll take it, i guess i'm part of the establishment because barbara bush was my mom. i'll take that too. but this election is not about our pedigree but about people that are really hurting. >> the cbs overnight news will be right back. olay regenerist renews from within... plumping surface cells for a dramatic transformation without the need for fillers.
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it is carried through mosquitos and can make healthy people sick with fever and rash and for pregnant women, could lead to miscarriage or severe birth defects, ten cases already this month come from people who travelled to caribbean or latin america. we spoke to director of national institute offal ergy and infectious diseases. >> we now have over 4,000 suspected cases of babies born with brain defects in brazil, the question everyone is asking is could this effect the united states. >> we do not believe that there will be a major outbreak of zika in the united states, we don't want to be cavalier about it. we want to take it very seriously but if zika acts like the other types of viruses that are mosquito born that we have had experience with, we will see little mini outbreaks like in florida or texas that can be
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vector control. hopefully we will not see but we have to be very vigil ant. but we have to be very vigilant again we don't expect a major despite the fact there's considerable problems in south america, particularly in brazil where there is a widespread tbreak of zika. >> i know is overwhelmingly one case come from cdc it was spread another way are you concerned about that. >> we don't believe apart from mosquitos bite. there's no major of way of spreading this. right now the considerable thing you're well aware is the devastating devastating sequela you see in pregnant women to avoid unless absolutely necessary travel to those
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spread and outbreak of zika. >> important information, doctor, thank you so much. >> you're quite welcome. a new report shows women are often charged more than men, on average women's version of services cost about 7% more than for men. michelle miller thought it was more than that and did her own investigation. >> cbs went undercover, one female and one male producer visited a handful of drycleaners in new york city and brought in identical shirts in comparable sizes to request the same services. our female producer was charged at least twice as much. in more than half the businesses
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in one she was charged 7.50 and her male counter part -- more. it happens at more than just dry-cleaners the new york city study found differences in clothing like these jeans, care products like razors and toys like these scooters, women paying more than men 42% of the time. todd marks, senior product editor for consumer reports has been researching this issue for years. >> you don't realize how badly you're being ripped off or being taken advantage of as a woman because you've become so conditioned to pay more. >> it's these pressers used after clothing is dry-cleaned. they are designed for men, but
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is not a justification. >> having a shirt laundered and machine-pressed does not exist for women's tops. >> just for men. >> it's only for men. >> because the shirts just don't fit. >> that's right. because of that women are getting penalized for that. >> while there is no federal law that bans this practice, gender price gouging is illegal in new york, miami and california. california outlawed it after a study found gender tax cost each woman $1351 annually but no laws aimed at preventing it in retail. >> we can't legislate differences in products because it's about the market, there's a long supply chain and we don't really know who is responsible for it. >> he's a trade lawyer who says part of the problem is extra cost of women's products tacked
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clothing, shoes, and gloves often enter the country with higher import tax than mens. one example men's sneaker taxed at 8.5% and women's 10%. >> it might be $5 you pay uncle sam but by time it hits retail could be $10 or $13. >> this dates back to late 1800s when women's hats and gloves were taxed higher. and he says ultimately it will be consumers who hold the key to reform. >> it has to be a market response. a written campaign. vote with your purse and pen. that's what's going to change it. well the national zoo in washington reopened after being hit by nearly two feet of snow in blizzard of 2016 the storm turned this panda into an
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january >> it took the zoo four days to weather the storm. during that time this panda had a bunch of fans show up hoping to get a glimpse of the panda is reminding us snow can be a lot of fun. >> with much of the east coast socked by winter storm this was a jolt of joy a giant panda having one heck of a snow day. he goes out and goes crazy. >> the facebook video of him rolling in the snow got nearly 60 million views. brandy smith is charge offer the animal care at the zoo. >> he is 19-year-old bear. but acts like a cub the first snow fall but second and third snow, he's a little less interested. >> sure enough by third day the
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delighted his fans. >> came face to face with online sensation. we showed his video to these three. [ giggling ]. >> snow is panda time. it's their natural habit. around this time last year they had another big storm. >> this is the best thing for pandas, it's their favorite time of year. as much as we're hating it, they're enjoying it. >> not every animal appreciates the white stuff like these flamingos. >> it could be too much. this pool is heated but can't keep their feathers from freezing. >> so during the blizzard the birds moved inside, a perfect opportunity for a zoo biologist to snap a selfie with
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the day of reckoning is upon us. my brothers what is life if not to die a glorious death. >> that's one of the commercials you will see next week when the superbowl returns to cbs. it's not from a giant corporation but rather a small
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was lucky enough to win a prize. michelle miller has the story. >> intuit quickbooks sought submissions from small businesses nationwide for a chance to get big business exposure and that dream came true for death wish coffee. a company that recently expanded to 11 employee to take on its greatest challenge. >> we started in unit 500 over here it was only 1500 square foot warehouse. >> every year you've taken on another one of these. >> yep and then the next year we moved in this one. >> something's brewing at death wish coffee. call it a taste for success. >> smooth. >> we started in 2012, every year year after year since we've doubled in size in revenue. >> michael brown started with a small upstate new york shot in shop in 2008. >> my customers came in and said
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of your coffee and that got the gears turning, although we had strong coffee the dark roast weren't always the most caffeinated. >> fast forward to 2012 and the birth of death wish coffee. >> it's like mike's baby, to watch that baby grow and develop is a cool thing. >> he hired his childhood friend as production manager because that's what small business owners do. >> what did you know about coffee before you came on board this venture? >> i knew i liked it. >> you like coffee. >> yeah. >> with team trust and knack for promotion death wish became a quick hit on the online marketplace and is best seller on amazon. >> we are selling upwards of a
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>> that was all before this. >> congratulations. >> like, for real. >> winning a small business contest for a superbowl ad sponsored by intuit quick books. >> it will fast forward us ten years down the road in 30 seconds. >> he ramped up production, and a team from intuit quick books and rpa advertising set out to produce the 30 second superbowl ad. >> death wish coffee is a revolutionary brand and the ad brings to life the spirit of that brand. >> after this commercial how many do you expect to sell. >> we are attempting to ship quarter million pounds for the day of the big game. >> with roasting operations going 20 hours a day, michael brown is feeling good about meeting demand. >> this is a big moment for mike and his team.
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sponsor. >> we are very confident death wish can handle this. they are on the cusp of a huge moment and have been preparing for years. >> they are very hands on. pretty much every step of the way. i get e-mails daily. they don't want this commercial to be a hindrance to the business, they want it to help the business. >> my brothers, what is life, if not to die, a glorious death. >> this superbowl ad will be seen by more than 100 million people. and for the team of death wish a good amount of coffee drinkers
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>> and welcome death. british tv is putting together a movie about the life and times of michael jackson but eyebrows were raised on both sides of the atlantic when it was announced the star of the show joeseph fiennes who is
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he gamed fame in the movie "shakespeare in love" but playing the king of pop, well, we have the story. >> when oscars went another year without nominating black actor. the decision sparked widespread criticism. now a legendary pop entertaining played by a white actor. >> it appears he was shocked by the casting. >> it appears one british tv company may have taken these words to heart. joeseph fiennes is best known for playing william spakes spear in the movie shakespeare in love and admitted he was surprised. >> i'm a white middle class guy from london.
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pigmentation issue, i do believe that. he was probably closer to my color than his original color. it's in no way malicious but actually endearing. the more i looked at michael the more i kind of fell in love with him. >> the decision has raised eyebrows from those both confused and upset by the casting, coming at a time when scarity of roles from minority actors is under scrutiny, when for the second year in a row no actors of color nominated. in 1993 michael jackson spoke to oprah winfrey. >> there was a story about you wanting to have a little white boy play you in a pepsi commercial. >> that is so stupid. that's the most ridiculous, horrifying story i've ever
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i mean, why? number one it's my face, me when i was little, why would i want a white child to play me. i'm a black american. i'm proud to be a black american. >> that's the overnight news for this friday. for some of you the news continues for others check back later for the morning news and cbs this morning. more americans come down with zika virus as the world health organization warns --
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>> also tonight, trump counter programs the republican debate with an event of his own. a public icon shows off her surgery. and. >> how many times did you have to call for assistance. >> we called the coast guard 29 times. this is the cbs overnight news. >> donald trump hogged the debates last night. while most of the gop candidates werere in des moineses, here's what some of the candidates had to say at both events.
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have to be honest. i wanted to be about five minutes away. and i've enjoyed that. all of the online polls said i've done very well with the debates and i've had a kick with it. but you have to stick up for your rights, when you're treated badly, you have to stick up for your rights. have to do it. whether we like it or not. it's what our country has to do. as an example, irans the way they are treating us with this deal, one of the worse deals i've ever seen negotiated under any circumstances and we just take it. we have to stick up for ourselves as people, and we have to stick up for our country when we're being mistreated. remember that. [ cheers and applause ] and i have to go a step further and say fox has been extremely nice, the last number of hours,
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and they've want med there. they said how about now. how about now. can you come over. i said hasn't it already started. we actually thought we would let them start and we wanted to be about 15 minutes into that hour so by now they are all tuned in. look at all the cameras, it's like the academy awards. [ cheers and applause ] this is the academy awards. we're actually told we have more cameras than they do by quite a bit. so that's something. and you know what, that's really in honor of our vets. but they have been very nice. they want med to go and apologize and everything else. once this started, it's for our vets, there's nothing i can do. and you know what, i don't know, is it for me personally, a good thing, a bad thing, will i get more or less votes, nobody knows, who the hell knows, but
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going to like it because we raised over $5 million in one day [ cheers and applause ] over $5 million. so. >> before we get to the issues let's address the elephant not in the room, donald trump has chosen not to attend this evening's presidential debate what message do you think it sends to the voters of iowa. >> let me say i'm a maniac and everyone on this stage is stupid, fat and ugly and then you're a terrible surgeon, now that we've gotten the donald trump portion out of the way. [ cheers and applause ] i want to thank everyone here for showing the men and women of iowa the respect to show up and make the case to the people of this state and the people of the country why each of us believe we would make the best commander in chief. >> and cbs news will bring you the next gop debate, on saturday
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from greenville, south carolina. john dickerson is the moderator. now to the democrats. today the underdog got whacked with a newspaper. >> we should move to a medicare for all single pay out program. >> his unapologetic liberal views attract supporters by the thousands but in a stinging take down of bernie sanders the washington post editorial called it an act saying he is not a brave truth telling but a politician selling his own brand of fiction by ab securing the cost of his proposals. >> do voters have right to know how much ore taxes they would pay in sanders administration. >> voters deserve as much
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>> he did say he would finance free public tuition, and medicare for all health care plan by charging businesses 6% premium and individuals 2%. >> you think you could convince americans to raise tax snz. >> i think we can convince the american people in the year 2016, all of our kids should be able to go to public colleges and university tuition-free. >> the editorial plays into a case that clinton makes in campaigns like this one all the time. she argues that his ideas look good on paper but will never work in the real world. by now roughly half of iowa democrats are siding with him. >> nancy, thank you. today, teachers in detroit sued the school district over what they say are unsafe conditions. they had been staging sick-outs
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close, many of the parents are with them. >> after weeks of protests over dilapidated buildings, a lawsuit was their only choice. ivy bailey is the interim president of detroit federation of teachers. >> educator have been snubbed, ignored, disrespected, and punished when they inform the school district of specific safety and health problems. >> the teachers cite mold, maggets and mushrooms as common problems, risking the children's health and safety saying some students covering from chronic fatigue and stomach pain. the lawsuit calls for repairs.
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of flint which is now having a contaminated water crisis is managing detroit's school system which is half billion dollars in debt. >> enough is enough. >> she blames early. >> they emergency manager stepped into a situation where there is no money. >> i'm not a millionaire so sometimes i have to shuffle things toornd make things work, things around to make things work. he should at the very least do it. >> in a statement he said he is working to reduce the school system's debt.
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lawsuit. today the world health
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zika virus is spreading explosively, by the end of the year could infect 4 million people. it is in 23 countries now, including the u.s., with 31 cases in 11 states and d.c. since last year. so far all of the patients here were infected by mosquitos abroad but that's likely to change. the virus first discovered in the 1940s is linked to serious birth defects dr. jon lapook has the rest. >> questions about we need to get some answers quickly. >> the organization will convene an emergency meeting on monday to plan its response. the zika virus linked to children born with small heads
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treatment, no vac ian. head of the infection disease branch says outbreak is an epidemic. >> you have multiple countries, by any definition it is concerned a pandemic. >> if you have this much zika in south america and caribbean, sooner or later we will see a local transmission. >> he says controlling the mosquitos carrying zika is key and united states has a big advantage. >> most of the united states goes through a real winter, and that's very, very important in containing mosquito-born viruses
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>> 35-year-old ana palazzo cut her trip short. >> i was very anxious about it, i didn't feel safe there. >> we are not likely to see the outbreak here like in brazil but there's a lot of unknowns and the health care community is watching this very carefully. >> dr. jon lapook thanks very much. another rickety boat today filled with migrants sank off the shore of greece, 25 drowned 10 of them children. they have not escaped the war and poverty. volunteers are setting out to rescue as many as they can. >> they were so desperate to reach europe that this group of 57 migrants abandoned their inflatable raft and stranlded themselves on a cliff on the greek coast. >> winter is normally quiet here
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have been taken by surprise? january 50,000 people made the dangerous crossing. over 20 times more than last january. this month's death toll is more than 170, including some who tried to make the risky voyage at night and drowned when their boat capsized. a swedish team helped a group of people stuck on a cliff who fled syria and iran and amongst them was a tiny baby and a disabled man who was helped down the cliff face. in the safety of the boat, he comforted his one-year-old son. and told us he was a christian and he and his family risked
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>> you have 50/50 chance to win or maybe lose your life. >> all volunteers helping. >> this is my way to give something to people that is in need. >> the swedish team found these migrants safe on a greek beach but so cold they lit a fire fueled by their life jackets. >> people are coming to support you within the next few hours. >> as politicians try to stop the migrants from coming, ordinary citizens are dealing with a more pressing need, keeping people alive. holly williams, cbs news. 30 years ago today, i picked up this press pass at the
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mission 51l. i remember how cold it was. it turned out america's first space disaster was triggered by a rubber gasket that froze overnight. in a flash we were reminded astronauts are heroes for a reason. we look back. >> the seven aft nowstronauts prepared for lift off in front of a national audience. >> there was a lot of excitement and camaraderie. hey this is the u.s. >> it appeared to be a text book launch but 73 seconds in, a seal failed on the right rocket booster causing a catastrophic explosion.
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>> confusion onto ground soon gave way to grief. >> what happened. what's going on? >> ron mcnair had flown on the challenger before. in 1984 he inspired americans with his sax playing in zero gravity jay, two years later he was gone in a national tragedy. >> the members of the crew were pioneers pioneers. >> what was it like to have the nation mourn with you. >> it was a beautiful part of coming back from all of this tragedy. >> she honors her husband by encouraging children to study science and technology. the same skill that's helped a man from the south to see the earth from above. >> he described it as so beautiful. baes peaceful, he said. as he thought the lord meant for us to live.
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dedicated to america's space pioneers, words worth remembering. cbs news at the johnsonon space center in houston. >> and we'll be right back. janet? cough if you can hear me. don't even think about it. i took mucinex dm for my phlegmy cough. yeah...but what about mike? it works on his cough too. cough! it works on his cough too. mucinex dm relieves wet and dry coughs for 12 hours. let's end this. here in the city, parking is hard to find. seems like everyone drives. and those who do should switch to geico because you could save hundreds on car insurance. ah, perfect. valet parking. hello! here's the keys. and, uh, go easy on my ride, mate. hm, wouldn't mind some of that beef wellington... to see how much you could save on car insurance, go to ah! (car alarm sounds)
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first name and pushing 60 goes public about plastic surgery. it's not the kind of story we usually report around here but we have to make an exception for barbie. >> the times may have changed. barbie, you're beautiful >> but barbie has changed little with the times. in recent years the icon ma trks el dolls have remained on the shelves and barbie sells declined eight straight quarters. >> we were hearing that many thought that barbie was out of touch. >> that typically blond-haired, blue-eyed doll with unrealistic proportions is getting a reality check. matel introduced 23 new dolls
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colors and curvy, tall and pet del i petite. they took them for test run for group of four and five years old. >> they don't look like barbie. >> what they noticed most were different shapes and sizes. >> i'm glad because we all got to pick the barbies that look like us. >> the next step for matel is getting parents to buy in. >> we don't live in a world how barbie used to look but in a world how barbie is now. i think it's a really good thing. >> barbie may be ageless but for her creators it was time for a long-over due make over. a white man has been cast to play michael jackson, that's next. thing about my baby, don't
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michael jackson sang that it don't matter if you're black or white, but should it matter in choose smung toing someone to play him? i'm going back to indiana >> he was a young black kid from gary, indiana. who became the biggest name in music. billy jean is not my lover >> that is why people are shocked they are choosing a white actor to play michael jackson. >> in this latest controversy
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received an oscar nomination for the second year in a row. his roll in beast of no nation was likely thought to be a nominee and was told about the racial imagination. >> i knew there wasn't enough for the industry to be seeing me as a lead. >> black or white he hopes his performance as an icon passes. >> the more i looked at michael the more i fell in love with him. >> this isn't the first time film makers cast white actors to play people of color.
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journey of a lifetime, a couple of old salts sail from nway to maine. they've been at it for months but haven't made much progress so we sent mark phillips to check on them. >> there's a reason stephen weiss and bob shapiro has been called the calamity crew, their boat isn't so much an accident waiting to happen but an accident that keeps happening over and over again. this was just the latest. firemen had to put out a blaze when a burning candle tipped over as the boat hit the bottom at low tie. or this time when rescue services had to be called out off scotland or here when steve and bob needed help off the coast of ireland. >> how many times have you called for help.
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>> that's just since the boat left norway last summer. norah has need the norwegian help, danish, scottish, the irish and now the english. >> i bought a boat in norway and i'm sailing it home. >> people are fed up. >> you are not capable of managing a ship, or a boat, shall i say. >> every time he goes out he's risking danger. >> steve from california, and bob from idaho, are both 71 years old, they've become famous here, but not in a good way. >> do you think they're taking it seriously enough? >> no. >> no. >> have you ever done a trip of this ambition before? >> no. never done it before. total diaper kid. >> luckily the weather's turn bad and northah is not going anywhere for a while.
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and for the rescue crews, cornwall, england. >> that's the overnight news on this friday. for some of you the news continues for others check back for later news and cbs this morning. captioning funded by cbs it's friday, january 29th,
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this is the "cbs morning news." room for debate. with donald trump hosting his own side show, republican candidates share the spotlight in the final debate before the iowa caucuses. new video from the fbi puts you over the deadly standoff shoot-out in oregon, while more armed protesters are standing their ground today. and fighter bright. people across the northeast got a scare when the navy jets took to the air. 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. just four days to go until the first votes are cast in the 2016 presidential election. this morning, the candidates are making their closing arguments to iowa voters. where the republicans, a final pitch started last night in the
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latest twist in this sometimes surreal campaign, the republican front-runner did not join his opponents on the stage. marlie hall is in des moines, iowa. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. donald trump refused to take part in the debate and he is locked in a dispute with fox news over moderator megyn kelly. and now instead of facing off with his opponents, he took this opportunity to stage an event of his own. i'm going to make your head burn >> reporter: in his latest attempt to shred the political playbook, donald trump organized an event to raise money for veterans and support for his presidential campaign. trump told more than 700 people in attendance that he would prefer to be at the debate. >> you have to stick up to your rights. when you're treated badly, you have to stick up for your rights. you have to do it. >> reporter: trump said fox news
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attend the debate. the cable channel says trump wanted a $5 million charitable donation. >> let's address the he will font not in the room tonight. >> reporter: meanwhile, three miles away, trump's opponents was three niles away but still the center of the attention. >> i kind of miss donnell trump. he was a teddy bear to me. >> let me say, i'm a maniac and everyone on this stage is stupid, fat, and ugly. and, ben, you're a terrible surgeon. now that we have gotten the donald trump portion out of the way. >> reporter: trump's absence was a moment of opportunity for ted cruz and marco rubio, they are trump's closest competitors in iowa. the senators continue to spar over immigration. >> you said on the issue of people here illegally, we could reach a compromise. in the committee you said i want to bring people out of the shadows. now you want to trump trump on immigration. >> marco made the choice to go
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donors to support amnesty because he thought it was politically advantageous. >> i'm not sure rubio is actually a credible voice to criticize cruz as a conservative on immigration. >> reporter: but the republican focused much of their attacks on hillary clinton, instead of each other. >> she is completely unqualified to be commander in chief. >> reporter: however, trump still cast a long shadow in the sin room after the debate. >> did you miss donald trump out there tonight? >> not at all. man, that was the best debate we have had. >> this is not about trump and this is not about me. this is about america and the problems that we face. >> reporter: but trump's decision to boycott could >> it felt like he was running away from fox news a little bit. >> reporter: trump says his event raised more than $6 million for veterans. his campaign hasn't released which groups the money will go to. now despite being absent from the campaign stage, donald trump was still the most talked about
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night, but what really matters now is getting the votes out. monday's caucuses will be the first time voters have a say. >> marlie hall, in des moines, iowa, thanks a lot. cbs news political director and "face the nation" moderator john dickerson will analyze the debate and preview the iowa caucuses, that is coming up on "cbs this morning." president obama made clear his thoughts on november's election. speaking to house democrats at their annual conference, the succeed him because democrats focus on things that matter. vice president biden, considering the current republican front runners, was equally as confident. >> and, by the way, we may be given a gift from the lord in the presidential race here. >> bernie sanders releases a tough new commercial today and it's critical of goldman sachs and the use of speaking fees. it doesn't mention hillary
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receive $600,000 in fees from the wall street firm. this morning, a small number of armed protesters continue to occupy a federal wildlife refuge in oregon. they are negotiating with authorities. meanwhile, as danielle nottingham reports, the fbi released video of the shooting death of the group's spokesman. we have a warning for you -- this report contains graphic video. >> reporter: new video from an fbi plane shows law enforcement stopping ammon bundy and several of his followers in two vehicles tuesday. a white truck carrying the group's spokesman, lavoy finicum and bundy's brother ryan and two others speeds away but swerves to avoid a road block and narrowly misses law enforcement officers. shortly after, finicum gets out and is seen reaching for his jacket and one oregon state trooper opens fire and the shooter killed finicum and wounded ryan bundy. several weapons were found inside the vehicle. >> we did everything we could to bring this situation to a peaceful resolution.
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still holding out, refusing to end the armed occupation of the malhuer national wildlife refuge despite their leader ammon bundy repeatedly telling them to leave. >> ammon desires the occupation to end. >> turn yourself in. do not use physical force. >> reporter: bundy and two dozen others seized the wildlife refuge on january 2nd to demand the federal government turn public land over to public control. bundy and ten others are in custody and face a federal charge of conspiracy to impede officers of the united states through the use of force, intimidation, or threats. the fbi says the remaining occupiers want a guarantee that they won't be charged before they surrender. danielle nottingham, cbs news. on monday, the world health organization will hold a special session to decide whether to declare the spread of the zika virus a public health emergency.
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