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york city, i'm scott pelley. it's tuesday, february 16th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." the race for south carolina simmers. donald trump steps up his attacks on ted cruz while a former president tries to pave a path to the white house for his brother. wild weather sweeps through the southeast, damaging twisters touch down in two states, while the same system delivers another dose of snow to the northeast.
all-star cast who strike gold at the grammys, while music's biggest night pauses to say good-bye to rock and roll legends. captioning funded by cbs 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, days before the south carolina republican primary, the race for the presidential nomination is becoming increasingly nasty and personal. the primary is this saturday and the latest cbs news tracker poll finds donald trump maintaining a commanding lead followed by ted cruz. campaigning in south carolina yesterday, trump blasted out at cruz. trump called cruz unstable and threatened again to sue cruz over his eligibility to serve as president if he doesn't pull his what trump calls false ads.
long. i've been in it since june 16th. i'll tell you i have never, ever met a person that lies more than ted cruz. >> cruz doesn't seem particularly upset. >> he was just going on and on about how i'm the most horrible person in the world because i keep repeating the things he says. >> cruz said trump had gone off the deep end. former former president george w. bush for the most part has stayed out of politics since leaving office. that changed yesterday when mr. bush campaigned for his younger brother in south carolina. he never mentioned donald trump by name but left no doubt who he was talking about. >> i understand that americans are angry and frustrated, but we do not need someone in the oval office who mirrors and inflames our angeand frustration. >> jeb bush remains far behind trump in the latest south
well, coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk with jeb bush about his campaign and what's at stake for him in south carolina. the white house says president obama held preliminary discussions about whom to nominate to replace justice antonin scalia. scaliaia death has set off a political firestorm. more senate republicans are now saying that they will not confirm any obama nominee. hillary clinton made her position clear during a campaign stop in nevada. >> i am absolutely adamant that the president under our constitution has a duty to send forth a name to be considered by the senate, and the senate has a duty to consider that! >> the nevada democratic caucus is this saturday. clinton's democratic rival bernie sanders campaigned in michigan. it was sanders' first campaign in michigan.
michigan university, sanders said the flint water crisis was beyond incomprehensible. the panhandle and mississippi is trying to recover this morning after a tornado. the twisters were part of a wide-ranging winter storm systete that stretched up the e st coast. don champion has our report. >> reporter: not even this fire station in alabama could escape the wrath of a storm. an apparent tornado plowed through the town of johnsonville monday tossing debris everywhere. in florida dash cam video from a car of a sheriff's deputy showed another twister on the ground. >> it sounded like trains comingng >> r rorter: across t south monday, at least 16 tornados were reported. in alabama, a man rode out the storm in his hallway. >> we heard a rumble and just
>> reporter: in mississsspi it damaged the roof of this school, terrifying students. >> we could hear the water coming through the roof into the hallway. >> reporter: the same massive storm system covered roads and streets from the carolinas to new york and snow and ice making travel tricky. >> cars off the road everywhere. a car wrapped around a telephone pole right up here. >> reporter: in baltimore this ambulance flipped responding to a call. everyone inside e rvived. warm temperatures are now on tap for the northeast raising concerns over possible flooding. in the washington, d.c., area several school districts are closed today, and the federal government is opening three hours late. even as we contend with slush and ice on the sidewalks like this, several places in n e northeast could flirt with the 60-d-dree mark, anne-marie the winter weather roller coaster continues. >> roller coaster is the best way to describe it. and i know. i'd have a tongue twister as well because the weather is just all over the place. don champion here in new york. thanks a lot, don.
are under arrest in the small gulf nation of bahrain. anna day and her camera c cw werereaken into custody on sunday. bahrain police say day was detained for providing false information that she was a tour tourist. day was covering the anniversary of the arab spring protests. the protests weree vlently put down by the bahrain government. pope francis has been speaking to some of the most marginalized individuals in mexico. yesterday it was the impoverished. today he visits the city where warring drug gangs cook much of the methamphetamines in the u.s. >> reporter: pope francis travels to the city later this
routes chanted "long live pope francis" in chappa. a teenager told pope francis about his struggles with muscular dystrophy. i know god has blessed m mwith this special c cacity. i trust him, he said. the pope walked over and gave him a blessing. he gave his homily in three different languages to more than 100,000. it highlights hundreds of thousands of central americans heading to the u.s. many try to hitch a ride across a a rthbound freight trara known as the b bst. along the way we found a group from guatemala. this individual has been traveling for a month. he asked us not to show his face or use his hand. he said many lose their feet and hands because it goes so fast but it's worth the journrn. he was deported from houston six years ago and is trying again and hopes to join pope francis at the u.s. border.
from el paso, texas, wednesday. adriana diaz, cbs news, mexico city. well, it once of the most anticipated moments of the night, but adele's grammy performance hit a sour note right off the t t. >> the incident seemed to follow dale through the performance which had twitter lighting up. as cool as ever, adele shrugged it off,f, tweeting the piano might have fell on the piano strings. that's what a guitar does. because of it i'm treating myself to an in and out, so maybe it was worth it. referring to the west coast burger chain. coming up on the "morning news," more frfr the grammys. we'll show you all of f st night's winners, and the
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and ray. episode 8 won't hit theaters until december 2017. on the "cbs moneywatch," coca-cola bottles get down-sized, and the only place where you can listen to kanye west's new album. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and morere good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. trading resumes on wall street yesterday's break for presidents' day. last week the dow lost 234 points. the s&p finished 15 points lower, the nasdaq drop edped. the price of gas continues to slide driven by low oil prices. drivers are saving on average more than $1 a gallon compared to last year's peak prices. according to aaa the average is $1.69. that's 59 cents less than a ar ago. the obama administration has given the okay for the first u.s. owned factory in cuba since the cuban revolution. a company from alabama has been granted approval to build an assembly plant for small
the factory will be located in a special economic zone starting to attract foreign investment. the tractors will be sold to cuban farmers. the u.s. established diplomatic relations with cuba in 2014. at coca-cola, less is more. less as in less soda in smaller cans and bottles and more as in higher profits. the mini cans, 7 1/2- and 8-ounce bottles means coke saves more money on aluminum and glass. consumers pay more. it appears it pushes consumers to buy more. kanye west's new album "the life of pablo" will only be available on the streaming title. he urged his friends to sign on to title. title claims to pay the highest percentage of royalties to songwriters and artists. anne-marie. >> that's the least controversial thing he's tweeted
>> good point. >> jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. thank you, jill. coming up, grammy glory. taylor swift shakes off the naysayers with a message on empowerment more young women. the thinly veiled message she wants alwomemeto hear. (baseball on tv in background) with heart failure, danger is always on the rise. symptoms worsen because your heart isn't pumping well. (water filling room) about 50 percent of people die (dog whimpering) within 5 years of getting diagnosed. but there's something you can do. talk to your doctor about heart failure treatment options. because the more you know, the more likely you are... (dog whimpering)
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good morning, teri. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. taylor swift is the first woman ever to win two album of the year-awards. she shares the night's big wins with her friends and music collaborators kendrick lalar and ed sheeran. pop queen taylor swift opened the 58th annual grammy awards and ruled the show, winning the top prize. swift's "1989" earned the singer her second career grammy in album of the year. she urged young women to not let naysayers get in the way. >> just focus on the workk and don't let those people sidetrack you. >> reporter: mark ronson and bruno mars won "uptown." you can't read braille, na, na, na, na, na, na >> reporter: ed sheeran's "thinking of l ld."
back tears after thanking her family. this year stirred up a lot of emotion. others used the mike to make a statement. kendrick lamar sent a powerful message about racism with a rap that won him five grammys. the audience was brought to its feet by tributes that honored ededed ed earth, wind andfire fire's maurice white, eagle's glenn frey, and legend bb.b. king. and lady gaga brought the late david bowie's work back to life. rihanna was also scheduled to rform but she canceled her performance reportedly due to bronchi sis. anne-marie? >> teri okita in los angeles. thanks a lot, terrii. hitched a ride with james corden.
and yes, your children will have breakfast. every 8 minutes the red cross responds to a disaster and makes this promise. help us keep it. ee r '80 gs pop starr vanity has died. she was discovered by prince and led an all-girl brand. her real name was deniece matthews. she battled kidney disease for years. she died in california at the age of 57. the 140th westminster kennel dog show is on its way in new york city. yesterday a borzoioi named lucy won the hound group. a shih tzu named panda won toy
dog won. well, the red carpet at last night's grammy award showed plenty of showmanship and glamour. suzanne marquez talked with some of the stars. >> reporter: the grammy's red carpet all about social media. have you been tweeting and instagramming? >> oh, yeah. it's crazy. i'm going to keep i going. keep it alive. while i do that, let me charge my phone up. >> reporter: we live for all of your posts. >> thank you. >> reporter: who did they bring as dates? some musicians kept it all in the family. >> i have my little sister with me on the red carpet. this is little sis, my sister kelly. >> reporter: it's family affair. it is. i have them alalaround me. >> my mother and i have a sixth nse. shshs wearing sparkles o oher shoes, and i'm wearing sparkles on my suit.
>> and we didn't even try. >> and we didn't even try. >> reporter: kendrick lamar won behind michael jackson of 12. >> michael jackson will be the greatest to ever do it. to even be close, i'm not even nowhere near the mike, but being in the room is a great feeling. >> reporter: he talkededbout how he normally does grammy nighgh >> i'm alwayayat home, watching it, waiting for trtrfic to die down and go get tacos, and now i'part of the traffic. >> reporter: last year he may have been getting tacos. this year he went home a grammy winner. i'm suzanne marques, cbs news, los angeles. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we'll speak with republican presidential candidate jeb bush. plus, a miracle recovery for a tiny baby. alaya was born last september 23rd 14 weeks early. shshweighed 10 ounces and head to toe measured 10 inches long.
the size of a small kitten or smaller, maybe a baby bird. and more from last night's grammy awards and the ongoing feud between taylor swift and kanye west. that's all ahead on "cbs this morning." and that is the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. i'm anne-marieiereen. have a great dayay we'll leave you with more of lady gaga's tribute to david bowie at last night's grammys.
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