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it's thursday, february 11th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." back on dry land. passengers from the cruise ship that sailed straight into a storm are in their own beds this morning, after three days of misery at sea. southern charm. the presidential contenders head to the palmetto state where south carolina voters could make or break their campaign. and a standoff surrounded, as the fbi closes in on a wildlife refuge, armed protesters stand their ground and broadcast their demands worldwide. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. this morning, inspectors are taking a close look at a cruise ship that had been battered by a powerful atlantic storm.
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seas docked in new jersey last night. some of the 4,500 passengers departed the ship and several said they didn't think they would make it and now there are calls for a federal investigation. don is dockside. good morning. >> reporter: a florida senator is questioning the decision to even set sail last weekend when the ship's captain knew there was a storm brewing out at sea. last night, when the ship returned to port here, many passengers admitted they are still shaken by their experience. after a nightmare at sea, passengers of the anthem of the seas cruise ship are back on solid ground, sharing tales of a dream caribbean vacation gone wrong. >> the wind was coming through the doors. we thought it was going to break the glass. we slept on the sofa because we didn't think we was going to make it. >> reporter: the 200,000-ton liner set sails for the bahamas
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major winter storm in the atlantic. the vessel was battered by 30-foot waves and hurricane force winds. >> i was on the deck and could see the water coming up to our balcony. >> reporter: dennis mars was on the cruise with his family and they spent hours on lockdown while the captain navigated out of the storm. >> my family was pretty distraught. my mom was okay. they opened up the minibar. that was good for her. >> reporter: royal caribbean officials say they are viewing the storm policies to ensure something like this never happens again. >> it should never happen. we have to do better. we can't ask our guests who are coming to us for a dream vacation to experience those kinds of conditions. >> reporter: some rattled passengers say they are done. >> i'm not going to hold it against them, but i'm never going to cruise again. >> reporter: the coast guard will inspect the ship before it head out on its next voyage this weekend. passengers are not walking away empty-handed. they are being given full refunds.
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off their next cruise. >> that will not help the gentleman who said he'll never go on a cruise again. that is a good effort. don champion, thanks a lot. most of the republican presidential candidates are hunting for votes in south carolina this morning. more than 700,000 people could cast a ballot in the gop primary nine days from now. for some candidates, the vote will make or break their campaign. at marc mark albert reports, donald trump is hoping to cement his front-runner status. >> reporter: donald trump told a packed house in south carolina, that south carolina is next on his march to the gop presidential nomination. >> if we win here, after winning so big in new hampshire, all of these characters are going to give it up. we are going to run the table and we will make america great again. that, i can tell you. >> reporter: carly fiorina and chris christie dropped out on wednesday after disappointing finishes in new hampshire.
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facebook saying the following. senator ted cruz won the iowa caucus, but came in third in new hampshire. he says he can still win the presidential nomination. >> one of the most important conclusions coming out of these first two states is that the only candidate who can beat donald trump is me. >> reporter: ohio governor john kasich finished second in new hampshire. >> everybody had counted me out and then, all of a sudden, i like rise up and, okay, so then next week, they will count me out again. >> reporter: he now becomes the leading candidate in the establishment crowd to take on trump and cruz. but that means he has a target on his back from the other mainstream hopefuls. >> i'm a big kasich fan, but i think i'm a better candidate to take on hillary clinton. >> reporter: senator marco rubio is hoping to fix what went wrong after his fifth place finish in the granite state. mark albert for cbs news, the white house. the south carolina democratic primary will be held
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primary voters. yesterday, bernie sanders courted the black vote with a meeting with reverend al sharpton in harlem. sharpton did not endorse sanders but said hillary clinton has to earn black votes. starting next week, clinton will campaign with the mother of sandra bland, who was the black woman who was founded hanged in texas while in police custody. sanders told scott pelley yesterday he'll appeal to black voters the same way he appeals to all americans. pelley also asked sanders about his tax plan. >> my tax plan is that at a time of massive income and wealth and inequality, the top 10% owes almost as much wealth as the wealthiest people in this country and the largest corporations to start paying their fair share of taxes. >> sanders says the majority of tax increases would come from families making $250,000 or more. now coming up on the "cbs this morning," we will talk with
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anchor of "face the nation" john dickerson who will moderate saturday night's gop presidential debate from south carolina here on cbs. the last four occupiers of that national wildlife refuge in oregon say they will turn themselves in this morning. the fbi surrounded the refuge late yesterday. an armed group seized the refuge january 2nd. last night, the remaining occupiers communicated with the fbi and a nevada lawmaker acting as an intermediary. >> we have agreed to meet with you and reverend graham in the morning, probably 8:00, and we are going to turn ourselves in. we are not surrendering, we are just turning ourselves in. >> no! >> the nevada legislator michelle furry tried to keep the occupier calm. she is expected there this resolution. breaking overnight, at least 69 people were injured when a train derailed in southern egypt.
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the train hit a cement wall. two cars overturned. the train was en route to cairo and it's reported a train conductor was arrested. two maryland sheriff's deputies were shot and killed by a gunman. one was killed inside a restaurant about 20 miles northeast of baltimore. the deputy was talking to the suspect when he pulled out a gun and shot the deputy in the head. the other deputy and the gunman died in a shoot-out near the restaurant. a standoff between ferguson, missouri, and the federal government is headed to court. attorney general loretta lynch says the justice department is filing a civil rights lawsuit against the city over its police and courts. the suit is in response to a vote by city leaders to revise an agreement with the government they say is not affordable. >> what we did last night was take out some things that we felt were immaterial to constitutional policing.
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the attorney general says the vote delays justice for residents. coming up on the "morning news." against the odds. a little dog is rescued from a collapsed building days after a deadly earthquake. and, later, fiery demonstration. we will show you what happens when a hoverboard battery overheats. this is the "cbs morning news."lry. 45-55% off colorful new dress shirt for him... or sleepwear, loungewear and robes for her. for the kids - find jumping beans tops and bottoms for only $7.49 each. plus - take an extra 15% off - on top of these already great sale prices! everyone gets kohl's cash too! this super saturday at kohl's. our next item is a genuine "name your price" tool. this highly sought-after device from progressive can be yours for... twenty grand? -no! we are giving it away for just 3 easy payments of $4.99 plus tax! the lines are blowing up!
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suicide bombers killed 56 people at a camp for those escaping a jihadist group boko haram. a camp is home to 50,000 refuges. a third bomber did not detonate her vest and was arrested. the new york "daily news" reports a man waved a gun during a live news broadcast on the trial of a police officer. michael george was reporting outside a brooklyn courthouse yesterday. a man behind him displayed what appeared to be a silver pistol. police are searching for that man. "the new york times" reports designer is back home in the u.s. aeromexico denied him boarding because he refused to remove his turban for seat security check. he posted this image of new york city on instagram yesterday writing in the caption, home
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the honolulu star advertiser reports 42 sailors abandoned ship after it left hawaii after the ship caught fire. the screw escaped with the help of life rafts and work boats and a skiff. a coast guard airplane flew from oahu to organize the takeover. a nearby oil tanker picked up most of the sailors. the rest reboarded on a ship. the olympian in washington state reports search teams found a missing hiker alive days after he van issued. wallace took off on a hike on saturday and reported missing monday when he didn't show up for work. search and rescue teams found him tuesday. >> they found him! he is safe. and this many organizations involved today and last night means a lot! >> no word on what happened to wallace during his disappearance. still ahead, streaming with
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a hoverboard pops and begins to smoke before exploding into flames moments later, the fire is a demonstration by a company called ul that puts its safety stamp on products. the company heated the battery to show firefighters how fires begin. ul said it's now testing and certifying the self-balancing scooters for safety. on the cbs "moneywatch," new hints from the federal reserve and how making it netflix official is the next big step in a serious relationship. modern love. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. new worries about global banks sent asian stocks down again. hang sang dropped 4% and japan's nikkei and shanghai composite are closed for holidays. on wall street, the dow lost 99 points. s&p slipped less than a point but the nasdaq did gain 14.
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up two days of testimony before congress today. she expressed confidence in the u.s. economy's continued growth but warned weakness in the global economy, particularly china and falling financial markets, could slow the fed's plan to raise interest rates. sears holdings, a corporate parent of sears and kmart stores, is speeding up plans to close 50 stores nationwide. most are kmart and they are expected to close the next few months. poor sales have forced sears to change plans. employees were told last month which stores were shutting down. the electronic automaker tesla says it lost $320 million in the fourth quarter. so that is more than double the same quarter a year ago in tesla's 11th straight quarterly loss. but tesla stock rose 9% in after-hours trading. on news that production of its lower priced model 3 sedan remains on schedule.
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jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. coming up on "cbs this morning," burger king adding grilled hot dogs to the menu. we will talk to financial contributor mellody hobson. still ahead, creature comforts. a new study tells you whether
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and around every curb. you can see from the kid's smile, it just made his day. the massive snowboarding ramp at boston's fenway park is just about ready to go. wednesday, skiers and snowboarders went for a test run and soaring high above the historic ballpark. fenway will host its first-ever big air competition over the next two days. you can blame it on the boss. an albany dad wrote an epic note for his daughter this week when she was late for class. the reason? blue springsteen's concert the night before. the show went late, so little isabel was late for school the next morning and dad compared the concert with being a face-to-face with god. a little bit after romance there. fans of "harry potter" can begin a countdown to a new book. the author j.k. rowling will release a new sequel to her seven-part series in july.
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child" for a play in london. new research challenges the conventional wisdom that pets is not beneficial in your pedestrian. animals in the bedroom are disruptive for sleep, a survey of sleep patients by the mayo clinic finds 41% say sharing their bed with pets is beneficial. >> if having a pet nearby helps them feel relaxed and gives them a sense of security, which permits them to fall asleep with less difficulty, then i think that is something that does deserve attention. >> bottom line -- make sure it doesn't have fleas. johnny depp is known for his dynamic performances and his latest role is no exception. >> i want you to spread every square inch of brass in donald trump towers. that is depp doing his best donald trump. the actor teamed up with funnier die for a mockumentry. this is the "cbs morning news." this is the "cbs morning news." and zero holding me back!
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why is that? is that penance for something? why travel in the middle seat, sir? >> because we couldn't get the aisle or the damn window. that is why. >> senator bernie sanders on "the late show" with stephen colbert. colbert a south carolina native gave sanders tips on winning the palmetto state. the secret eating boiled peanuts and washing it down with a cold beer. as love begins to fill the air in these days leading up to valentine's day, here is a romantic story that is 70 years in the making. as mark strassmann reports, a man and woman separated by war who rediscovered each other on opposite sides of the world. >> reporter: what does this photo mean to you? >> it means a lot to me. and if she looks at me like that now, i don't know what it would do to me! >> reporter: norwood taunis is now 93, never forgot his first love. in 1944, the 21-year-old g.i.,
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british 17-year-old named joyce durant. >> i knew she was the girl that i wanted to marry. >> reporter: the war couldn't wait. he headed to normandy and d-day. >> i said i'll see you soon and away i went and never saw her again. >> reporter: they swapped letters after the war, but communication broke down. they married other people. thomas, now a widower, always remembered the girl who got away. >> i had placed her on a pedestal, untouched, pure, and unobtainable, because in my mind, that is really what she was. >> yes, i'm here! >> reporter: last year, out of the blue, joyce's son tracked him down on the internet. and for the first time in more than 70years, the two talked to each other again via skype. >> i still dream of you. >> you do? >> i do. >> oh, my! >> reporter: joyce morris, now
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australia. >> the only one big problem is i can't take you in my arms and give you a squeeze! >> oh! >> reporter: problem solved. thomas landed in adelaide, australia. >> hello. >> give me a squeeze. >> to find somebody who loves you, you love them, would rather be special, wouldn't it? >> reporter: americans and brits have always had a special relationship. mark strassmann, cbs news, norfolk, virginia. >> what a sweet story. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we will have the first look inside the tsa's new training facility for airport screeners. plus, hunting pythons. the sometimes dangerous effort to rid florida's everglades from this invasive species of snake. and michelle miller sits down with lionel richie who is being honored with this year's grammy music cares person of the year award.
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for this thursday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. announcer: tom selleck stars
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a man who could be armed in roanoke county. what happened that led to state police chasing the man, and how that pursuit ended. a proposal is making its way through the general assembly that would allow school security guards to have weapons. what people on both sides of the gun issue have to say
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