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it's friday. sound good to me. next. super bowl 50. captioning funded by cbs it is friday, january 29th, welcome to "cbs this morning." donald trump tries to own the night, despite boycotting the republican debate. gop rivals take aim at ted cruz. a female teacher accused of helping three inmates escape from a california jail. manhunt intensifies. more than 100 walmarts closed for good last night. communities across the country we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds.
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not in the room. >> for my personally, a good thing, a bad thing? will i get more or less votes? nobody. who the hell knows? >> reporter: donald trump rivals the gop debate. >> like the academy awards. this is like the academy awards. >> everyone on this stage is stupid, fat, and ugly. now we have gotten the donald trump portion out of the way! >> i kind of miss donnell trump. he was a little teddy bear to me. >> he is debating right now and maybe doing great and probably looking for me and saying has anyone seen trump? >> one person thrilled with last night's debate. >> we may have been given a gift from the lord in the presidential race here. the fbi has released dramatic video of the death of an oregon militia member. >> they say they did not kill him running away. >> california authorities say
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given google maps to inmates who escaped. >> the sound barrier broke the sound barrier. >> a man in south carolina is a hailed a hero. the suspect gave up and ran off. >> one thing i say every year on my birthday i don't want gifts. let me smo how you what oprah sent. nothing from gayle but that is okay. >> are you the best presidential candidate in the history of the world? >> and all that matters. >> distraction came back to opposing free-throw shooters. michael phelps got involved. by god, will be this this. >> will there be anything like donald trump? >> no. you would have to take pieces of -- >> perhaps frankenstein? i'm afraid we are out of time. i got an answer out of you. >> tell me about about a benevolent thing that was built
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>> the united states of america. announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by toyota. let's go places! welcome to "cbs this morning." gayle king is off and vinita nair is with us. presidential candidates are making their final push in iowa after one of the strangest nights in the campaign so far. seven republican candidates met in the last debate before monday's caucuses. at the same time, front-runner donald trump held a rally two miles away in des moines. >> it was strange, indeed. trump kept his promise to boycott that fox news debate. major garrett is in des moines where the other republicans characterized trump and each other. major, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. donald trump defied persistent lobbying from fox news chairman roger ailes escaped the debate and held a rally to raise funds for veterans organizations.
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another first of this campaign, trump proves he makes news where he is and even where he isn't. >> let's address the elephant not in the room tonight. >> reporter: physically absent but first on the debate agenda, gop front-runner donald trump who lamented his own decision not to show. >> i didn't want to be here, i have to be honest. i wanted to be about five minutes away. you have to stick up for your rights. when you're treated badly, you have to stick up to your rights. you have to do it. >> reporter: trump said he raised $5 million for veterans groups and then wondered allowed what skipping the debate might mean. >> is it for me personally a good thing, a bad thing? will i get more votes, will i get less votes? nobody knows. who the hell knows? >> reporter: one thing was of the night. >> 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. >> it's not about donald trump.
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he is the greatest show on earth. >> i kind of miss donald trump. he was a little teddy bear to me. >> jeb bush wasn't far from trump's mind either. >> he is probably looking for me. he is saying, has anyone seen trump? where is trump? where he is. >> reporter: at center stage for the first time and running neck and neck with trump in iowa, ted cruz became a target. >> the last four questions have been rand please attack ted and marco please attack ted and jeb, please attack ten. gosh. if you guys ask one more main question, i may have to leave the stage! attacks? on immigration and the definition of amnesty. >> he is the king of saying, oh, you're for amnesty. everyone is for amnesty except to ted cruz but it's a falseness and often and authenticity problem. >> ted, you've than willing to do or say anything to get votes. >> marco chose to go the
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because he thought it was politically advantageous. i honored my commitment. >> reporter: it taxed chris christie's patience. >> i feel like i need a washington english dictionary diverter. stop the bull and get things done! >> reporter: fox said that trump offered to appear at the debate if the network would put up $5 million for veterans causes. the network said it doesn't pay ransom. hostaged debate proceeded and left in the wake of what nontrump campaign described as the most substantive conversations on the issue of the nation seen so far. "face the nation" moderator john dickerson is in nashua, new who won? was it donald trump, was it fox candidates, or was it the american people? >> was it america?
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was an illumination of an important issue for republicans in that debate and so for those who care about immigration and that immigration debate was about immigration, but it was also about the claim and you heard rand paul make it and marco rubio is making it too, that ted cruz is not shooting straight with people and cruz got a chance to defend himself on that. i think for donald trump, trump, you can either talk about what your campaign is about or you can show it. what donald trump did by getting out of that debate and holding his own counterevent is showing he is not going to take something that he finds offensive and he is going to fight back and kind of been the message of his campaign. >> trump said this event counter programming was about the veterans. was that what it was about, veterans? >> well, it was about the veterans, but it was also about him trying to assert some strength and him pushing back against fox, which he believes treated him unfairly. some portion of it was also perhaps doing something that he
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the debate which could have been either a wash or it could have been a problem. he knows certainly that the fox moderators were not going to ask him soft and gentle questions. so i think it was the veterans were somewhere in that mix. they were not the only driving force. >> what is the campaign, the trump campaign say where this money is going to? what veterans will benefit? >> right now, we don't know. i'll be interviewing him later and i'm going to ask him about that. he has taken the money and he is holding onto it for the moment. and then he'll have to announce where it's going, but right now, we don't know which organizations it's going to. >> one last quick question. does anybody win going into the iowa caucus? does this help anybody? >> i don't think so. i mean, it's all about your closing argument and that is going to have to come over the next couple of days. but i think -- so i think this probably things are where they were before we went into the debate.
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you can watch his interview with donald trump and marco rubio on "face the nation" on sunday on cbs. hillary clinton and bernie vote. their differences are getting sharper and so is their campaign rhetoric. nancy cordes is in des moines where clinton will hold her first campaign rally of the day. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. yeah. depending on the day, each candidate is trying to claim the moral high ground, arguing they are the ones with the positive campaign. truth is that with just a couple of days to go, they are weaknesses. >> my goal as your president is to raise your income. taxes. >> reporter: in two iowa towns on thursday, clinton argued he is the democrat with her feet on the ground on the ground. >> i'm going to try to get people to vote for me so that i can say when i get there to the congress, i put out my agenda. it wasn't, you know, just high in the sky.
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"the washington post" editorial. they say you're misleading americans about what you can get done in a bipartisan system. >> really? i don't believe that. >> reporter: you think you can convince republicans to raise taxes? >> i think we can convince the american people to get involved in the political process. >> hillary clinton! >> reporter: clinton also criticized his medicare for all health care plan. >> he wants to start all over again and plunge our country back into a very divisive debate. >> reporter: sanders struck back with an ad that didn't name clinton but it didn't have to. >> how does wall street get away with it? millions in campaign contributions and speaking fees. our economy works for wall street because it's rigged by wall street. >> reporter: at a bloomberg politics breakfast, sanders cried foul. >> this is a lie, an absolute lie. >> reporter: after clinton allies suggested he might be planning to bust in caucus-goers from other states. >> really? is what they are saying?
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this is -- you talk about negative stuff. really? every day, you're being flooded by all of this negative stuff from the secretary clinton's super pac. the first i've ever heard of it. i don't want my integrity and honesty to be impugned. >> reporter: there is a lot of selective moral outrage right now from both sides accusing the other of playing dirty but the truth s charlie, that their attacks seem almost affectionate compared what we hear from the gop candidates about each other. the investigation of a mid air bombing that brought down a russian airliner is purportedly focusing on an airplane worker. the crash killed 224. rotors is reporting that the mechanic was planning on plotting a bomb and his cousin
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a female teacher is under arrest for helping prisoners break out of a orange county jail. ben tracy is outside of the jail in santa ana with a search for the fugitives. good morning, ben. >> reporter: this has taken quite a turn. police believe these three men are still in southern california. they have been on the run for a week. they think they might be living in a van and they have not split up. and we now know they may have had help on the inside. the three escaped inmates had help from a tutor. ravaghi taught english as a second language inside the maximum security jail. variations believe the 44-year-old developed a friendship with nayer inchts i. >> we know there was a relationship and how far it went
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>> reporter: the. >> i don't know what she knew. we know she provided him some information. >> reporter: hallek said the men may be living inside a white utility vehicle. they believe duong stole the van on thursday after taking it for a test drive near los angeles. after last friday's head count, they broke out. they weren't reported missing until roughly 16 hours after they repelled to freedom from the jailhouse roof. ravaghi's involvement in this jail break has echo of last summer's manhunt for two escaped prisoners and joyce mitchell pled guilty for smuggling jail that sweat and matt used to break out of prison. now investigators here at the jail say that the teacher denies giving these men any other tools to help in their escape. there is still a $2 hundred,000
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leading to their arrest. >> ben, thank you. a graphic new look at the deadly confrontation between police and armed occupiers in oregon. newly released video shows the moment the officers opened fire on a protester during a traffic stop. carter evans is in burns where several protesters are still holding out. >> reporter: good morning. it's extremely rare for the fbi to release this kind of video just 48 hours after a shooting, but they are trying to dispel rumors that lavoy finicum was on his knees when he was shot and i want to warn you, the video you're about to see may be disturbing. video from an fbi airplane shows oregon state police and federal agents with their weapons drawn on the white truck driven by the group's spokesman lavoy finicum.
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another truck but finicum's occupantants digital. >> while commands were being given the occupants of that those commands. >> reporter: finicum takes off and speeding down the highway and swerves to avoid a road block and exits with his hands up but moments later seen reaching to his jacket and a killing him. >> he makes a movement toward the inside right panel of his jacket where there was located a loaded semiauto pistol. actions have consequences and the fbi and oregon state police tried to affect this arrest peacefully. >> reporter: ryan bundy was injured in the shooting and taken into cust. in all, 11 people have been arrested and face felony charges of conspiracy to impede officers. >> this is a free for all armageddon!
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still remain inside the malheur federal wildlife refuge. >> we don't need felony charges. we are camping out here. who are we hurting? who are we threatening? four people remain holed up at the wildlife rechlg fuge and federal agents are negotiating with them to come out peacefully. ammon, through his attorney, is urging everyone who remains to give themselves up. the number of americans infected with the zika virus is growing. scientists say the virus is spreading at an explosive rate in central and south america. our chief medical correspondent threat. >> reporter: good morning. the world health organization says in the next year, the zika virus could affect 4 million people worldwide and the symptoms include fever rash and eye pain. four people infected with the
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>> it is now spreading explosively. >> reporter: there is no treatment and no vaccine for the rapidly spreading zika virus. >> we need to get some answers quickly. >> reporter: the virus spread by mosquitoes has been detected in americans traveling abroad and so far no one here has gotten the virus from an infected mosquito in the united states. zika is especially dangerous for pregnant women and linked to children being born with a serious condition called micro microcephaly where the head and brain are too small. ana traveled to brazil in early november and newly pregnant with twins. >> i wasn't aware how serious it was. >> reporter: concerned she could be affected, the 35-year-old cut her trip short and back in new york. >> i want to be a first-time mom. i went crazy because i want my babies to be safe. >> reporter: south america's
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detected in brazil in 2015 and from there spread throughout the continent and into the south america and caribbean. the type of mosquito that carries zika exists in the united states but is not likely to spread as widely here as places like brazil which is set to host the summer olympics in august. >> here in the united states, where most people have screens on windows, many people have air-conditioning, we don't expect to see explosive outbreaks of the zika virus. >> on monday a commission appointed by the world health official will meet. a vaccine trial is likely to be started at the end of this year but a widely available vaccine could take several years to develop. >> thank you, jon. new developments this morning in michigan's toxic water disaster. state workers in flint received
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before residents were offered filters. this was revealed in e-mails released by the watchdog group progress michigan. a state building received water coolers last january. residents were offered water filters nine months later. the water coolers were, proceeded, provided as long as the public water does not meet treatment requirements. cbs news reached out to the governor's office for comment but we have not heard back.
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a super slip-up by the ground crew at levi stadium in santa clara as they prepare for the super bowl. they painted the broncos logo on both end zones! whoa! forgetting about the carolina panthers. the denver blue and orange was eventually scrubbed from one end zone and the panthers colors filled in. >> i'm sure is there a very logical reason but how does that happen? how does someone not glance over and see the other side? >> that was a big mistake to make. the debate battle between fox news and donald trump, we explore what is next in the escalating feud. plus, walmart closes stores in dozens of small towns last night but not before shutting
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that is ahead. time to show you some of this morning's headlines. "the new york times" says pentagon officials believe hundreds more troops from the united states and its allies are needed to fight isis. they would be sent to iraq and syria. administration official says president obama is willing to consider raising the stakes in those countries. "usa today" reports on xerox announcing it will split itself into two companies. one is a document technology company. the other, a business services company. the transaction is said to be completed the end of the year. >> politico says donald trump is claiming victory over his fight with fox news. they say roger ailes spoke with trump three times before last night's debate. he offered to join the debate after fox news donated $5 million to veterans charities.
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tv editor for the hollywood reporter is with us. good morning. extortion by trump with fox news canal? >> unprecedented? >> he only asked jeff zucker $10 million. to be fair. >> last night was extraordinary. not only about he they had a breaking news banner saying trump lands in iowa. >> gold and black leather 757 landing flying over two states as ted cruz said for now not known. i think ted cruz can be in two places at one time because he dominated the debate stage when with everybody was getting the elephant not in the room out of the way. and then he had this other event, which, of course, cnn is covering wall-to-wall. >> he said it was a snarky comment made earlier in the
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do you think fox might have made a mistake saying that? because allegations they weren't fair to him? >> well, i think that you're not going to see a comment like that coming from any other news outlet besides fox news. it is very much in keeping with roger ailes withering sense of humor. i think that trump also wanted to actually avoid tough questions and if you noticed the video questions that they used last night on cruz and on rubio showing them in their own words flip-flopping on these issues and i'm sure they probably had one ready for trump about abortion. >> how do we determine who won? >> i think when the tv ratings come in. >> that's it? the tv ratings? >> in iowa, the voters, the voters. i think if donald trump wins in iowa and he did it without even taking place in sanctions with rnc event, i think he shows, you know, once and for all we have some empirical evidence to show he knows what he is doing. >> his idea is he prepared to take on anybody? he is that tough?
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he is not going to let fox news tell him where to be. >> what are the overall ramifications of that? you look at the debate's first numbers, 24 million. is there any threat it could lose conservative viewers? >> i don't think -- fox is going to be around long after trump. even if trump gets elected, they are still going to be a fox news, right? so i think that -- >> yeah. >> for them -- and if trump doesn't get elected, maybe he doesn't even want to be president. maybe he doesn't have anything to lose. that's why he is behave this way this, which, you know, truthfully is not about the issues, it's all about him. >> does it suggest that there may have been a mistake made by roger ailes? >> in pushing trump out? i think if you are roger ailes, trump is not doing the debate kelly. it looks better for fox news. >> clearly. >> and trump is not doing the debate because fox news and
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>> but, clearly, he wanted trump to be there very much and he is pushing three phone calls evidently leading up to the debate. >> sure, sure. >> to try to get him to come. >> yes. i think -- what is interesting about trump is he completely unpredictable. i think when he first said, i'll probably boycott, he has threatened to boycott debates before. so, you know, i think a lot of people thought, oh, he'll show up. and there was a lot of shock and surprise when -- >> he didn't. >> he didn't. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> good to see you. world's largest retailer is walmarts on thursday. they shut their doors forever. many in small towns and rural areas with few other shopping options. the retailer cites a down grade in performance. david begnaud is in white good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it happened at 7:00 last night.
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a woman in the parking lot who sat with her arms folded and she watched as managers put brown paper on the front door. decision. happening across the country but you talk to the people in this small texas town, and they will tell you it's personal. >> it's maddening! because walmart chose to do this. >> reporter: mrs. thompson feels betrayed by walmart's decision to leave whitewright, texas, 12 months after its grand opening. >> they chose to come here! and then when they put the other grocery store out of business, they want to close down and leave! i'm mad! >> reporter: she is talking about the mom and pop grocery that was a mainstay in this town for nearly 60 years. larry deeds was co-owner. what made you close? >> business. it just quit coming. >> reporter: walmart stole your business? >> yeah.
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nine months after walmart opened. will worked here since he was 16. >> it brings a tear to your eye to see these shelves empty. >> reporter: when walmart moved in last year, whitewright's mayor said a little competition from walmart was a good thing. now that it's leaving. >> going to hurt the city financially and hit the citizens economically and it's not good for their mental status. >> reporter: walmart is closing 154 stores in 27 states and many of them are in small towns. in a statement to cbs news, walmart says the decision was not easy and we share in the >> communities are finally getting a look at not only the effects of a walmart coming into town but when they leave. i think that is a double blow for a lot of people. >> reporter: and now that walmart is closed, mrs. thompson has to drive a half an hour to the closest grocery store. where are you buying your groceries now? .
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i'm done with walmart. >> reporter: mrs. thompson had two daughter-in-laws who worked here. they were given an offer to work at another walmart. that was a decision given to every employee in this walmart. the man who owns that mom and pop shop? he says he is not reopening. >> disappointing and her daughter-in-laws worked there. it's sad because the small businesses were squeezed out by walmart and the communities are hurt. >> and then they have nowhere to go without driving 30 minutes or more. >> maybe it will mean a resurgence for some of these small mom and pop shops. "48 hours" is tracking an heir who may have confessed at the end of a tv miniseries. >> a new twist in a bizarre case of suspected killer and multimillionaire robert durst who is now demanding to go on trial for murder.
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durst a multimillionaire suspected in a series of deaths and disappearances is about to get even stranger. he will admit to a gun charge in a plea deal and that will land him in a los angeles courtroom on trial for the murder of his best friend. more moriarty. >> reporter: susan and robert who met in college remained friends for 33 years, until christmas eve 2000 when police say he shot and killed her. now 72-year-old durst is pushing by august to prove his innocence. like o.j. simpson, robert blake, and the man who called himself
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will likely cause a sensation. why does robert durst want to go to california? it sounds crazy that he would trial. >> well, it's not for the weather. it's because he's innocent. he did not kill susan berman. >> reporter: his attorney defended durst in 2003 in galveston, texas. durst was charged of killing his neighbor and dismembering the body. jeannine pierr says -- >> this guy is a murderer. he cuts up bodies like your local butcher. >> reporter: but the jury believed durst of self-defense and acquitted him. >> not guilty. >> reporter: is it possible if he goes on trial for susan berman and he'll get away with
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>> i hate to say, yes, it's possible. i believe in karma. sooner or later, it's got to happen. >> reporter: pirro writes about the cases "he killed them outline." she believes durst killed berman because she knew too much about his disappearance of his first wife kathy in 1982. the most damming evidence may be from come durst in "the jinx." steve coolie, l.a. district attorney who berman was murdered believed the jury is likely to see and hear portions of the documentary, including what sounds like a mumbled confession recorded when durst, stale wearing a microphone, went into the bathroom. >> i killed them all, of course. >> reporter: that bit of evidence is significant. it is hearsay but it's
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something that he, of course, attorneys will have to explain. >> we have always known that he mumbled to himself. i'm not concerned about that part of it. >> erin is with us now. good morning. >> good morning. i think this is kind of interesting. i think some people wonder if he can get a fair trial. so many people know robert durst name. they realized only a small percentage of americans saw "the jinx." we all think it's a big deal and very few know who he is. they are absolutely convinced they can get a fair trial in l.a. and they are going to be able to win, that he will not be convicted of murder. >> they just said he is not concerned about the admissibility of the mumbling. >> well, it should get in in the sense it could be an exception of hearsay, which is an admission against interest. but is there a real question about what he really said. did he really say kill them all? or kill them all. even some of the investigators
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have been the "e-d" the past tense. you go in the bathroom and you're mad at someone, are you confessing i killed them are? or these people made me so mad, i could kill them all. it does make a difference. >> erin, thank you very much. you can watch her full report tomorrow night on "48 hours." 10:00/9:00 central on cbs. her neighbors will help pick the next leader of the free world. we will go inside the iowa caucus process that can also be confusing to outsiders.
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it is friday, january 29th, 2016. welcome back to "cbs this morning." more real news ahead, including the republicans debating without presidential candidates are campaigning in the final push for votes in iowa. we will show you what actually happens at a caucus. "eye opener" at 8:00. donald trump defied persistent lobbying from fox news chairman roger ailes skipped the debate and held a rally. >> he wents take on't take anything he finds offensive and fight back and the message of his campaign.
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accusing the other of playing dirty. >> police believe these three men are still in southern california and we now know they may have had help on the inside. it's extremely rare for the fbi to release this kind of video. they are trying to dispel rumors that lavoy finicum was on his knees. >> the zika virus could come to the united states but four of five do not have symptoms. you talk to the people in this small texas town and they will tell you walmart closing its doors is personal. >> they want to close down and leave. i'm mad! >> does it suggest that may have been a mistake made by roger ailes? >> trump is not doing the debate because he is afraid of megyn kelly but better for fox news.
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presented by prudential. the gift that keeps on giving. i'm chilly seven republican presidential candidates grabbed one last chance to talk to iowa voters from a debate stage in prime time. the party's front-runner did not. donald trump held his own event at the same time of fox news debate and happened two miles apart. trump says his rally raised $6 million for veterans. >> look at all of the cameras like the academy awards. this is like the academy awards. once this ball started rolling, we couldn't stop it and you see the house is packed. listen. i'm not going to do the debate at out of respect for myself. i won't do it because it would just be wrong. >> now even though trump boycotted the debate, people were still thinking about him. google says its users searched trump's name far more than any other candidate.
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some interest in jeb bush but chris christie and rand paul didn't make the chart at all. issues. >> i will apologize to nobody fight terrorism. >> the only vote ted was voted for is a budget that rand paul that brags about cutting. >> i am not the candidate of career politicians in washington. >> we need people who think out of the box and can solve problems. >> i do not support -- >> you went on -- >> i did not support amnesty. >> you said more than that! you said earned path to citizenship is code to amnesty! >> we will not round up and deport 12 million people and not
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parliamently tricks. has is the difference! >> one question in last night's debate centered around the cbs news investigation into the wounded warrior project. former employees told cbs news the charity has spent lavishly veterans. >> just today, a wounded warrior organization designed to help wounded veterans and their families is coming under fire for raising tens of millions of dollars, but spending almost half of that on travel and hotels and dinners and luxury lavish conferences. taking care of veterans is, obviously, a huge issue in the country that so many have served and sacrificed so much. if you were president would you police these charity organizations that say they are helping vets? >> of course. all things can be done at the state and local and federal level to do that. the first duty of the next president of the united states
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department of veterans affairs. >> the wounded warrior project has strongly rejected several of the claims in our report and its ceo has declined multiple requests for an interview. the iowa caucuses have started every presidential primary season for decades. and with three days to go, candidates are rallying supporters to get out and vote. but for anyone living outside iowa, what actually happens at a caucus remains a bit of a mystery. so nancy cordes is in des moines to make sense of it. nancy, good morning. what is a caucus? >> reporter: good morning. okay. here is your caucus 101. 7:00 p.m. monday night in more than 1,600 precincts across the state, people will gather in church basements and school gyms and even private homes. like a primary, whoever gets the most votes, wins. but it's how they get there that is a little different. >> wherever i go in iowa, you know the crowds. they are always packed. >> god bless the great state of iowa!
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supporters show up at their rallies. >> i am thrilled hob here in marion. weather. thank you, iowa. count that really matters is on caucus night. west des moines. >> reporter: in des moines, clinton supporter jewel couch is captain. >> our ultimate goal and it says on a number of different papers, is get more people for hillary. how are you. >> reporter: they need training because caucuses are oo little >> what is a caucus? why not just vote? >> it's a word that means a meeting of cheeses. >> reporter: the good wife tried to explain the concept in a recent episode. >> literally a gathering of neighbors trying to convince each other to support their candidate. >> this is a caucus room. >> reporter: even the sanders' campaign attempted to sum it up in this facebook video. >> prove them wrong and caucus for bernie. >> it's going to be [ bleep ] awesome! >> reporter: here are the basics. for republicans, it's simple.
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and the process and there. where democrats, though, it's on more complicated. iowans separate into camps, according to the candidate they support and any candidate who doesn't hit about 15% in that precinct is eliminated and that candidate's supporters can then choose to back someone else. >> approach them with a show of respect for their candidate and for them. >> reporter: a unique process where neighbors convince neighbors to switch sides. >> had you heard about bernie sanders at all? >> reporter: the more precincts you win, the more delegates you get and plays into the strategy. some are taking college students from their college town to their hometowns to caucus and that way, large base of youth support will be more spread out across the state. >> thank you, nancy. there was an emotional
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>> you wonder about emotionally, how do you recover with your captors telling you that? >> that he had been abandoned. coming up, coldplay is gearing up for one of its hottest gigs. frontman chris martin tells anthony mason how the group's dream to headline the super bowl halftime show became a reality.
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male characters. anna werner is here with a deeper meaning behind the dialogue. >> reporter: good morning. for decade, disney has been making full-length animated features and creating iconic characters, many of them female. but it turns out, men may be dominating those movies more than we realize. >> keep singing! >> reporter: in disney's 1989 film "the little mermaid" ariel loses her voice to an evil sea witch. but according to new research, she isn't the only disney princess left speechless. >> the most thing i was surprised by was the complete predominance of male roles. >> reporter: this professor and her team found --
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most empowered feminist role model you can imagine for a girl, she can't be the shop keeper or the person in charge of lighting the candles in the castle. >> reporter: and the men do much more of the talking. >> not right for a woman to read. as soon as she starts getting ideas and thinking. >> reporter: in 1991 "beauty and the beast" the male character spoke 71% of the time. in "the magical world of aladdin" men nabbed 90% of the line. >> listen to me. >> reporter: but that wasn't always the case. you. >> reporter: female characters spoke as much, if not more than males, in disney's very first three princess films. >> it's midnight! >> when they went over from "sleeping beauty" to "the little characters and most of new characters were men.
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own in recent disney movies. in the 2012 hit "brave" female characters spoke 74% of the time, more than any other disney princess film. let it go let it go >> reporter: a near later in "frozen" it was just 41%. even though it's a story about two sisters that was written and codirected by a woman. >> back up. deal with this crook here. >> reporter: how much of a problem is that? >> you need to take that artwork as a whole. >> reporter: "time" contributor said it's not only about word count. >> we are seeing more women in charge and more women taking chances, more women being active in the roles that they fulfill and in their ambition to get those roles. >> reporter: but they are looking at what is being said, whether it's commands, apologies, or compliment. >> you fight good. >> people all over the world, they are watching these movies and they are incredibly popular. what message are they getting? >> listen!
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>> listen! >> disney didn't respond to our question for a comment but thought says she and her team are taking a look at the pixar film and they are equally surprised how many roles go to men in those movies than women. >> we can't catch a break. >> we make less and we pay more. >> the "time" contributor said what is the context of the role? are they strong independent characters or like sleeping beauty where they sleep the whole movie. >> i think gayle and i get to speak more than charlie and i think he would like that. >> i would encourage it, by the way. >> it's sometimes overpowering. >> i like the odds. >> yes. >> thank you so much. how about a super bowl
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one of the biggest rock bands in the world is getting ready to hit the largest stage on the planet. coldplay will perform during the super bowl 50 halftime show right here on cbs. anthony mason talked with lead singer chris martin for cbs'
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preview. >> reporter: you got kind of a big gig coming up, okay? >> yeah. we have this -- this -- this you could call it that. >> reporter: does it feel something different than a gig? >> it feels like something you've been building up your whole life. i didn't expect it to feel quite so like that but it's a once in a lifetime thing. >> reporter: yeah. for ages. >> reporter: you have? >> yeah. >> reporter: something you've always wanted to do? >> yeah. if you grow up in the countryside in england, the super bowl is, like say you're landing on mars tomorrow. >> reporter: what is the audience like this? a gazillion people? >> i think three gazillion if you include the outskirts. >> the outer boroughs? >> yes. you can see anthony mason's interview with chris martin this weekend on sunday morning and catch coldplay at the super bowl 50 halftime show, along with the big game, sunday, february 7th,
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talk about a wipeout. surf surfers braved these waves and some didn't make it. on oahu, this wave lived up to its name. >> that's a wipeout. >> get ready for this weekend, everybody. welcome back. in this half hour, pope francis used fiats to help him deliver his message of faith.
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>> a pairing wine with football. hee e plus how some of the game's biggest names are tackling their passion for grapes. that is ahead. time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. "the san francisco chronicle" remembers paul kanter of jefferson airplane who died yesterday. he was 74 years old. the "los angeles times" reports on a student in l.a. who got a perfect score on his advance the placement calculus exam. he was only one of 12 in the world to do that. the 17-year-old is a son of a salvadorian maintenance worker and his mom is a nurse. he hopes to become an engineer at cal tech. congrats on the perfect score. >> i read the article and it said i always stress him to read, read, read. i said regardless of what you do of your grades, i'll love
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>> "time" reports on the pope and leonardo dicaprio meeting at the vatican. pope francis gave a leather-bound version book that talks about the environment to dah icaprio. >> one of the fee iats he rode in will be auctioned off in just hours. jericka duncan is at the pennsylvania convention center in philly with a little car that is generating big bucks -- big buzz. i should probably say big bucks. >> reporter: good morning. as you mentioned, this is actually the fiat right here that the holy father used. now, the other car will be on display for the nine-day event. but i can tell you among the hundreds of bigger, faster, more luxurious cars, the small humble
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simple and modest. this fiat 500 l. hatchback seems to embody the spirit of its previous passenger, pope francis. chuck heating and bobby hill were honored to follow in his holy footsteps and rolling out the fiat at the philadelphia auto show. >> i thought it was awesome! >> fun! >> reporter: the two were standsouts during the pope's visit to philadelphia in september for the world meeting of families, where moments like this became the hallmark of the pontiff's first u.s. visit. the people's pope blessed keating's 10-year-old son michael who has cerebral palsy. >> i just had to turn away because my emotions took over. the wife and i have very strong faith but it just seemed like this was the pinnacle. >> reporter: and young soprano bobby hill exchanged gists fts with
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performance at the festival of families. >> he is a really nice guy and just regular. >> reporter: and so is his ride, now up for auction. >> i think by far we will break the biggest attendance ever for the philly show. >> and because of the car? >> no doubt about it. >> reporter: the chairman of this year's show. >> it's going to range 435 miles. so besides the fact the holy father sat in the back seat. >> reporter: since that visit, no one has been allowed to sit in those sacred back seats. the only significant change, the windows have been tinted back to factory standards. during the pope's visit, there was less shade between the pope and the people. is there a starting point for these vehicles? >> there is no starting point but a base car like this sells for $25,000 but the value of the pope will sell more than that. >> reporter: the proceeds will go to several catholic charities
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bishop hopes it will rekindle the goodwill generated during the pope's trip. could you ask for a better reminder months after the pope has left? >> i don't think so. it tells us how we are living and what our priorities are and what about the people who don't have all that we have? >> reporter: as for keating and hill, they were having the time of their lives in the fiat! dancing queen >> reporter: jamming to the beat, thankful for the blessings of two chance encounters. one with the pope. the other in his ride. >> reporter: that's right. and, of course, this auction, again, will be happening later this evening. now you don't have to be at the auto show to make an offer. you can also bid online. organizers tell me that they are hoping by the end of the night,
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vinita? >> for a very good cause indeed. >> that video of the guys singing helps it out. super bowl 50's journey to the san francisco bay area has an unlikely confession. >> if you had to have an official drink of super bowl 50,
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>> r this scary hit earned calgary's player wideman a suspension. he knocked the official into the ice on wednesday. wiseman said he was in pain after his himself and just was trying to get off the ice. he apologized later. >> rough sport. >> video too. for some watching football and drinking beer goes together but this year's super bowl is played in levi stadium, in st. clara, california. dana, good morning. >> reporter: wine is big business in california. napa and sonoma have a 40 billion impact on the state's economy and so it's no surprise
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draw for the team and even some of the players that are based in that area. for many football fans, suggesting an official gameday beverage other than beer would be considered blasphemy. not so no john york. if you had to have a drink of super bowl 50, what would it be? >> it would be wine. >> reporter: york is one of the owners of the san francisco 49ers. to him, location is everything. >> why do you think football and wine go together? >> well, because it is northern california and you've got access to some of the best wines in the world. >> reporter: there are nearly a thousand wineries within a hundred miles of levi stadium, host of this year's super bowl. york began hosting eight of them at every 49ers home game in 2014 in a program called appalachian 49. >> since wine is not associated with a sports event, no one
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throughout the building, so it really started here and, of course, there were four inexpensive wines that were down on the main floor, but as this has grown, better and better entire building. >> reporter: the stadium will serve 16 wines in the general concession area at the big game and 100 different california wines in a suite. but it's not just the spectators who are inviting. york sees a growing interest among nfl players. >> you can see on the tape people interested in knowing more about wine and some about how to make it and some get involved in the actual development and production of wine. >> reporter: you could say falling in love with wine is somewhat of a job hazard in the bay area. just ask former 49ers quarterback joe montana, former oakland raiders quarterback rick meier and this guy. >> super bowl ring on. >> reporter: you can't power
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super bowl ring on. >> reporter: after retiring from the league at the end of this season, charles woodson, the future hall of famer is now focusing on the wine label he started over a decade ago. >> this is our 2008. >> reporter: what do you like about it? >> 2008, man, is just -- it's very -- like my teammates would say, it's very smooth. >> reporter: very charles woodson? >> very charles woodson. >> reporter: as is his tasting room in the heart of napa valley. it feels like a sports bar than a wine lounge and nods of each of the stops in his prolific career, the university of michigan where he won the championship. the green bay packers, where he won a super bowl. and the oakland raiders. >> it's intercepted and it's picked off by charles woodson! >> reporter: where woodson both began and ended his professional career. >> charles woodson. >> reporter: where did your love
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>> my first, you know, stint with the raiders, i got drafted here in '98 and i knew nothing about wine. and, you know, i started -- somehow, i started drinking merlot. >> reporter: woodson like many in the raiders franchise, was introduced to wine while attending the team's annual training camp in napa. >> every time you went out, either at the restaurant or at the hotel, people were drinking wine and i'm coming out of college and it wasn't too much wine drinking, you know? >> reporter: he discovered that he likes it. and in 2001, during his fourth season at training camp, he met wine maker rick lewis who talked woodson to make a personal barrel and helped him create his own barrel. there would be athletes or celebrities saying i'm putting my name on it, it's going to be charles woodson wine but that is it. what is different about clarls harles? >> he wanted to be involved and i think why we are still here 16 years later because charles
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>> reporter: woodson's hands-on approach quickly paid off when his 2010 cabernet made the top 100 "wine spectator" list. >> i told charles, this is like winning the heisman. it's a wine heisman. >> it manhattan a great deal. that is respectability in a wine community. the wine business is a funny business. people don't drink it because of your name. it's all about what is in the bottle and it's about the "juice" as they say. >> reporter: the wine had to be a heisman trophy winning wine? >> absolutely. had to be a champion. that's what i am, a champion. so the wine had to be the same thing. >> reporter: woodson will be in the bay area next month and sharing his experiences and his wine. you might expect the entire wine industry is in on the super bowl festivities. among the highlights, the taste of sonoma wine lounge at super bowl city in san francisco and then the napa wine train and they are running this big game
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nfl players and even coach vermeil who are turned into wine loving people, will share their wine and more athletes on board sharing in the festivities as well. >> sounds like a good time! >> great to see athletes doing things outside of their sport. >> this is really a passion. this isn't, as we talked about with charles, put my name on a lible. label. he woke up early in the morning and did the regard vesting. first time somebody called him slow because he was laughed at by the guys doing the harvesting. >> thank you, dana. we are going to look back at some of the most unforgettable moments of the week coming up
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