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>> announcer: the following is a paid advertisement for the all-new shark rocket powerhead brought to you by shark/ninja. vacuums designed to have more power are built bigger, heavier, and more difficult to maneuver. >> my other vacuum was huge and bulky. >> it doesn't go, like, under the sofas and the couches and the chairs. >> announcer: and those light, compact vacuums are convenient, but don't come close to giving you real cleaning performance. >> my other vacuum didn't have enough power. >> i have to go over the same surfaces two and three and four times. >> announcer: traditionally, in order to provide deep-cleaning power with powerful suction, vacuums were made large and heavy because, until now, powerful has meant big. but hold on, because shark is about to take the impossible and make it possible. shark has done it again! introducing the high-powered, super-light shark rocket
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breakthrough that delivers huge deep-cleaning power... >> it has more suction than any vacuum i've ever used. >> with the powerhead, as small and compact as it is, it still it blew me away. >> announcer: in a no-loss-of-suction upright that weighs only one pound in your hand as you use it... >> i cannot believe how light it is. i can get really close to my furniture, and i can just do it one-handed. >> announcer: ...with effortless maneuverability... >> the powerhead was so easy to maneuver. it was just a flick of the wrist that i was able to go around furniture >> announcer: ...and offers a radically new way to complete-clean your hard floors. >> the powerhead has the gentle brush that dusts the floor and has enough power to get it clean. i love it. it is fantastic. >> announcer: so, how did shark create a vacuum so incredibly powerful and yet so light and convenient? they started with one of their most powerful full-size uprights and brought all of that incredible deep-cleaning power
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creating a deep-cleaning vacuum that is shockingly lightweight in your hand and exceptionally maneuverable. there is simply no comparison to today. on carpets, the shark rocket powerhead brings tremendous suction together with a deep-cleaning brush roll to pull out the ground-in dirt buried deep within the fibers, every time you use it. on delicate bare floors, the shark powerhead is extraordinary. many other vacuums that recommend turning off the brush roll leave you with suction alone. but suction alone isn't enough to remove that stuck-on layer of dust, so your floors are left looking dull and dingy. but the shark powerhead gives you both incredible suction plus direct floor engagement with a unique gentle-touch hard-floor brush roll, removing that stuck-on layer of fine dirt to give your floors a true complete clean. on hard wood, suction alone leaves that dusty layer behind, but not the powerhead. on tile, suction alone can't do
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it all and makes it shine. >> with the softer brush that comes with the shark powerhead, it just sweeps up that real fine dust and makes a nice, polished-looking floor. >> the gentle brush roll is great at polishing up after it pulls up all of the hair and dirt, which was amazing. >> announcer: and the powerhead solves a problem that stops other vacuums in their tracks -- furniture. but the sleek and agile powerhead goes wherever the dirt is without moving the furniture. i've never been able to get under this table with a vacuum. this is perfect. >> announcer: the powerhead is more than just muscle. it's super lightweight and so easy to carry. but its breakthrough design will amaze you because you only feel one pound of weight-in-hand when you use it. this thing is a breeze. there's no effort. it goes by itself. >> announcer: for pet owners everywhere, the shark rocket powerhead is a dream come true. >> the powerhead is the absolute perfect vacuum for people who have pets. i have a long-haired golden retriever. with the powerhead, i can go
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quickly, and it sucks all the hair up. >> i can get in those nooks and crannies and really get out all that pet hair that's lurking everywhere. [ chuckles ] >> announcer: the powerhead pulls so much dirt up from carpets and up from the floors. to empty the dust cup, you just pop, lift, and empty. it's like no other vacuum you've ever used before. compared to dyson's latest cinetic, both have no loss of suction, both have deep carpet cleaning, but only the new shark powerhead gives you one pound weight-in-hand at a third of the cost. shark c.e.o. mark rosen is so sure you'll love the powerhead, he's going to do something shark has never done before. when you purchase the powerhead, mark is going to give you an additional shark vacuum, free! everyone is familiar with shark's top-rated lift-away vacuums that retail for up to $350. they offer incredible portable cleaning performance. now you can have that same portable, above-floor cleaning
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$350, because when you order the powerhead, you're going to receive the shark rocket lift-around, free! there is simply no easier way to clean above the floor and throughout your home -- bookshelves, furniture, shutters, drapes, perfect for the car. and the lift-around is yours to keep even if you return the powerhead. the powerhead is the first and only of its kind. it's the most powerful, deep-cleaning, no-loss-of-suction vacuum with only one pound weight-in-hand convenience. >> i literally am doing the whole house in half the time it took me before. >> announcer: prove it to yourself by taking the shark powerhead 60-day challenge. if you don't agree it's the most powerful, lightweight, best-cleaning vacuum ever, then shark wants you to send it back for a full refund. they'll even pay the return shipping, no questions asked. >> i don't think i could go back to another vacuum. >> the powerhead is definitely the best vacuum that i've ever had. >> i'll never go back.
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it because it's so great. >> hi. i'm amy motta, and i'm here with the c.e.o. of shark, mark rosen. and mark, i know you've got a big announcement to make, so let's just get right to it. >> amy, you know that we've spent the past few years in what i'll call a friendly rivalry with dyson, and i'm proud to say that now, compared to dyson, twice as many americans choose shark vacuums. >> mark, that's huge news. congratulations! >> here is the original shark rotator professional. it's been one of our best-selling, five-star-rated uprights. but i challenged my engineers to take all the incredible shark technology and magic that went into creating this, and put that winning shark mojo into something really compact and lightweight. now, take a look at the new shark rocket powerhead! look at this! it weighs only about nine pounds! it's amazing! >> i cannot believe how light it
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>> this is awesome. >> it was so light but so powerful. >> this has got to be the lightest weight vacuum with the most power that i've ever experienced. >> now, check out this mess. there's sand, there's potting soil, there's crackers, but look at what happens when the shark powerhead meets this challenge. look at that. >> wow! >> look how wonderful this is able to deep-clean your carpets. >> this is unbelievable. >> i'm amazed. >> i was shocked at the amount of power. >> to have that much power coming out of such a small product is an engineering marvel. and it's so maneuverable. >> let's talk about maneuverability. the powerhead has only one pound weight-in-hand when you use it. can you believe that? look how easily i can maneuverer the vacuum. look how easily i can get underneath furniture. this is simple. >> it looks so easy to use. >> we call this dynamic power steering.
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phenomenal. >> one flick of the wrist will get me into any little corner that i need to. >> it's so easy to get around into the places where i need to go without having to move all the furniture. >> announcer: to prove that the lightweight and compact shark rocket powerhead can pick up what other vacuums leave behind, we asked people to first vacuum with their own bigger, heavier uprights on their own carpets. these folks did the same thorough job vacuuming they normally do, and they were completely satisfied with the results. but then we asked them to try the rocket powerhead for the first time and vacuum the same area. once they tapped the lever and removed the dust cup, well, they just couldn't believe how much dirt the powerhead was still able to pull out of the very same carpets they just vacuumed with their current vacuum. >> oh, my gosh. this weighs nothing, and it still was able to get all of that. >> i would have never imagined that we would be able to pick up this much dirt in this area,
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so, i'm just shocked. i'm shocked and embarrassed. [ chuckles ] >> okay. >> now first, have you ever seen anything like this? >> no, i haven't. >> it's a brush-roll garage, and it makes cleaning or changing your brush roll so simple. look how easy it is to pop out >> nice. but wait. there's something different about this brush roll. >> this is our exclusive gentle-touch hard-floor brush roll. this is going to change hard-floor cleaning forever. other vacuum brands advise you to turn off the brush roll when you're doing hardwood floors, so you're left with suction only. but suction alone doesn't get all the dust. there are actually two layers of dirt on your floors -- the top loose layer of debris and that stubborn, stuck-on layer of fine dust. suction can pick up the loose, larger particles, but it can't
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dust, so your floors are left dull and dingy. but look at the powerhead handle that same mess. its gentle-touch hard-floor brush roll keeps turning. you have incredible suction pulling up the larger, loose dirt and the direct engagement of those soft filaments that buff away that thin layer of stuck-on dust to give you a complete clean. just take another look at this. which do you want for your home? >> the really nice thing about the powerhead, in addition to picking up all the particles and the hair, it also dusts the floor and gives it a very polished look. >> i don't have to worry about the powerhead scratching the floors with the soft bristles. it's vacuuming and dusting the floors at the same time, which i love. >> with the shark rocket powerhead, we've created something really special -- a lightweight, compact vacuum for everyday use that is designed to truly deep-clean carpets and complete-clean all your hardwood floors.
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perfect vacuum. it's small, it's lightweight, it's easy to move, but at the same time, it has incredible suction power and incredible cleaning power. i don't think i could go back to another vacuum. >> i am a true believer. i was a little skeptical in the beginning. i said, "how can something so lightweight and so small and so compact be that good?" and i was pleasantly surprised. it's the most amazing product i've ever had. >> announcer: introducing the ground-breaking shark rocket powerhead -- the most powerful, deep-cleaning, no-loss-of-suction vacuum with only one pound weight-in-hand convenience. pure cleaning power plus effortless maneuverability -- the powerhead features shark's exclusive dynamic power steering. with just the flick of your wrist, you can go around, in between, and under furniture with ease. on carpets, the powerhead brings tremendous suction together with a deep-cleaning brush roll to pull out the ground-in dirt buried deep within the fibers.
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gives you a totally new way to clean. other vacuums can recommend using suction alone, but the powerhead's unique gentle-touch brush roll slips in this quickly and easily, giving you both tremendous suction plus the direct floor engagement of soft filaments that remove the stuck-on layer of dust other vacuums can leave behind. with shark, you can get that complete clean with your vacuum with no need to sweep or dust-mop ever again. this is the kind of convenient cleaning power that makes the powerhead the perfect choice for pet owners. the shark rocket powerhead also features powerful l.e.d. lights, an extra-long 30-foot cord, and a telescoping handle for easy carrying and storage. and now, through this very special television offer direct from shark, you can own the new shark rocket powerhead for just six payments of $39.95. but hold on! order right now and we'll make one payment for you. that's right! the new shark rocket powerhead can be yours for only five payments of $39.95.
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receive the one-of-a-kind gentle-touch hard-floor brush roll along with the handy brush-roll caddy. and this deal gets even better! be one of the first 500 to order, and you'll receive your shark rocket powerhead with free shipping. >> i know you're going to love my revolutionary shark rocket powerhead, but if you don't agree it's the most convenient, easy-to-use vacuum you've ever tried that also deep-cleans carpets better than the vacuum you're using right now, then send it back. i'll even pay the return shipping. but if you do purchase direct from shark, i'm going to give you my incredible five-year v.i.p. service guarantee. if anything goes wrong in the next five years, we'll take care of everything, even the shipping cost, both ways. you pay absolutely nothing guaranteed. >> announcer: but hold everything, because shark is about to make this the greatest deal they've ever offered.
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you'll also receive the shark rocket lift-around! the lift-around is guaranteed to be the most powerful, most versatile, no-loss-of-suction, corded portable vacuum you've ever used. now you can get shark's tremendous suction for cleaning above the floor throughout your entire home quickly and easily -- bookshelves, furniture, shutters, drapes, the car. this kind of portable power is available in shark lift-away vacuums that retail for up to $350. but today, the lift-around is yours free. just pay separate shipping. and the best part -- the amazing shark lift-around is yours to keep even if you return the powerhead. so go ahead and take the shark powerhead challenge and put the most powerful, deep-cleaning, no-loss-of-suction vacuum with only one pound weight-in-hand convenience to work in your home. if you don't believe the powerhead is the most powerful, lightweight, best-cleaning vacuum, then return it for a full refund. shark will even pay the return shipping. but go ahead and keep the
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just for trying the powerhead. you get all this, including the five-year v.i.p. in-home service guarantee plus the free shark lift-around. with a full 60-day money-back guarantee, you have nothing to lose. that's a total value of $410, all yours for just five payments of $39.95. and don't forget to ask your operator about special discounts on the pet & allergy accessory kit for your free lift-around. it's the perfect combination of total-home cleaning power, only from shark. call now. >> earlier, we brought in some adorable puppies. those little cuties rolled and played and shed their hair all over the carpet. and now, just look at this mess we created for you. [ chuckles ] >> we all know that pet hair can be a big challenge to clean up. this is the kind of concentrated
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favorite spot. watch what the shark rocket powerhead can do when it comes across pet hair. look at that. just back and forth. >> it's beautiful. >> the suction power is close down to the carpet. you also have that brush roll digging deep into the carpet. look at that. >> [ chuckles ] wow! >> look how wonderful this is able to deep-clean your carpets. it's able to pick up everything. look at that. the shark rocket powerhead is taking care of all that pet hair. >> the pet hair pick-up on the powerhead is amazing. >> with the dog, you have to have great suction power because all of their hair and their dander get into the carpet. the powerhead is getting everything sucked up. >> cleaning up the pet hair with the shark powerhead is a really easy task to do. the vacuum is light, easy to maneuver.
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all of the furniture. and so, it's really easy to clean up the pet hair. >> amy, we developed an ingenious brush roll that allows you to clean your bare floors in a whole new way. we call it the gentle-touch hard-floor brush roll. you see, traditional vacuums use suction alone on hard floors, and while suction picks up loose debris, it can leave behind a stubborn layer of dust and dirt. with the gentle-touch hard-floor brush roll, we combined incredible suction with gentle agitation that allows you to pick up not only the loose debris, but the stuck-on fine dust as well. this is something that no other vacuum has. the shark engineers put together the brush-roll garage. that means no belts, no screws, and the brush roll pops out that easily. now, look over here. i've got the gentle-touch brush roll, and just as easily as the
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one pops in, and you're done. let me show you this in action. >> okay. >> this is a great demonstration of hard-floor cleaning. look, see that? we've got some loose dust on top, but underneath we have some stuck-on dust. look at this. >> oh. >> now i want to show you how well the shark powerhead cleans compared to this dyson cinetic. >> okay. >> now, don't forget to shut off the brush roll, because dyson explains that on delicate floors, you got to shut off the brush roll. >> shutting it off. all right. >> all right. here we go. >> here we go. >> look at this, amy. my gentle-touch hard-floor brush roll means you can leave the brush roll on even on delicate surfaces. and look at the powerhead. it's not just getting the top loose layer. it gets it all. >> okay, mine still looks a little dusty, like it just got the surface. >> exactly. you were able to pick up that surface dirt while i picked up everything.
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>> yeah, yours is very shiny. >> when you're using the gentle brush roll in the powerhead, it does a great job of not only picking up those particles that are on there, but it's almost like buffing a car. >> when i use the powerhead with the brush roll, i don't have to worry about scratching the floors because all it does is clean the floors and give them a good dusting at the same time. >> announcer: introducing the ground-breaking shark rocket powerhead -- the most powerful, deep-cleaning, no-loss-of-suction vacuum with only one pound weight-in-hand convenience. call or go online right now and the new shark rocket powerhead can be yours for only five payments of $39.95. you'll also receive the one-of-a-kind gentle-touch hard-floor brush roll and the brush-roll caddy. be one of the first 500 to order and you'll receive your shark rocket powerhead with free shipping. with your order, shark will also include their famous five-year v.i.p. service guarantee. if anything goes wrong in the
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care of everything, including any shipping costs both ways. you pay absolutely nothing guaranteed. if that's not enough to convince you, order in the next eight minutes and you'll also receive the super-powerful, no-loss-of-suction, portable shark rocket lift-around for incredibly thorough and easy cleaning above the floor. it's yours free. just pay separate shipping. and it's yours to keep even if you decide to return the powerhead. you get all this, including the five-year v.i.p. in-home service guarantee plus the free shark lift-around. and remember -- you get to keep the lift-around even if you return the shark rocket powerhead. shark will even pay return shipping. with a full 60-day money-back guarantee, you have nothing to lose. that's a total value of $410, all yours for just five payments of $39.95. it's the perfect combination of total-home cleaning power, only from shark.
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the shark rocket powerhead is packed with so much deep-cleaning power, we put it to the test that goes far beyond demands of regular house cleaning. we took it to this busy restaurant -- nonstop traffic, endless carpet, and the never-ending need for clean. >> my name is steve. i'm the owner of keno's restaurant in anaheim hills, california. we never close. >> it is very busy in here. there are people filing in here all day long. >> over the last 23 years, we've tried about every vacuum you can try. we are always looking for an affordable vacuum that can handle the wear and tear of a very large place. >> when we turned it on, i screamed with delight. >> i was shocked at the power. >> when i saw what the powerhead was sucking up, i thought, "holy moly, this is the ticket." >> one of my favorite features is the dust cup. it's a big game changer. >> i just can't imagine us ever
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vacuum cleaner. >> you know, mark, what i can't get over is how light and agile the rocket powerhead feels. i mean, you say it's only nine pounds, but when i'm using it, it feels even lighter than that. >> exactly, amy. but that's by design. you see, that's what we call "weight-in-hand." it's the weight you feel in your hand when you're using the vacuum. you see, we set out to make an incredible, lightweight, and easy-to-use vacuum. plus, we gave it a telescoping handle so it's incredibly easy to carry. you can also make it fit your height comfortably, and you can store it in any closet, no problem. >> i've never had a vacuum that was as lightweight as the >> it's so lightweight. it just moved around the furniture with just the greatest of ease. >> mark, with the shark rocket powerhead, it's like you've created a whole new category of vacuum. >> actually, amy, we really have. it's an ultra-light that works like a full-size upright.
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no-loss-of-suction vacuum that cleans carpets even better than the 16-pound rotator professional upright. it's almost half the weight of the dyson cinetic, and just a third of the price. plus, it's a total game changer when it comes to cleaning hard floors with the gentle-touch hard-floor interchangeable brush roll. we have truly broken new ground today with the shark rocket powerhead. i am so proud of it. i urge you to call and order yours right now. >> announcer: just imagine the huge deep carpet cleaning power you want in a full-size upright, but without the bulk or weight... >> definitely, hands down, the easiest vacuum i have ever used. >> announcer: ...a totally new way to clean your hard floors, going beyond suction alone, to remove that stuck-on layer of dust... >> i never had that in any kind of vacuum that i've ever owned. >> announcer: ...a super lightweight vacuum with effortless maneuverability... >> it's a lot easier to use, both in weight and maneuverability. >> announcer: ...so convenient, it has the power to make
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>> i don't think i could go back to another vacuum. >> the powerhead is definitely the best vacuum that i've ever had. >> i'll never go back. >> it really is the best of everything in one small, compact, little unit. >> announcer: introducing the ground-breaking shark rocket powerhead -- the most powerful, deep-cleaning, no-loss-of-suction vacuum with only one pound weight-in-hand convenience. pure cleaning power plus effortless maneuverability -- the powerhead features shark's exclusive dynamic power steering. with just the flick of your wrist, you can go around, in between, and under furniture with ease. on carpets, the powerhead brings tremendous suction together with a deep-cleaning brush roll to pull out the ground-in dirt buried deep within the fibers. on hard floors, the powerhead gives you a totally new way to clean. other vacuums can recommend using suction alone, but the powerhead's unique gentle-touch brush roll slips in this quickly and easily, giving you both
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direct floor engagement of soft filaments that remove the stuck-on layer of dust other vacuums can leave behind. with shark, you can get that complete clean with your vacuum with no need to sweep or dust-mop ever again. this is the kind of convenient cleaning power that makes the powerhead the perfect choice for pet owners. the shark rocket powerhead also features powerful l.e.d. lights, an extra-long 30-foot cord, and a telescoping handle for easy carrying and storage. and now, through this very special television offer direct from shark, you can own the new shark rocket powerhead for just six payments of $39.95. but hold on! order right now and we'll make one payment for you. that's right! the new shark rocket powerhead can be yours for only five payments of $39.95. when you order, you'll also receive the one-of-a-kind gentle-touch hard-floor brush roll along with the handy brush-roll caddy. and this deal gets even better! be one of the first 500 to
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shark rocket powerhead with free shipping. >> i know you're going to love my revolutionary shark rocket powerhead, but if you don't agree it's the most convenient, easy-to-use vacuum you've ever tried that also deep-cleans carpets better than the vacuum you're using right now, then send it back. i'll even pay the return shipping. but if you do purchase direct from shark, i'm going to give you my incredible five-year v.i.p. service guarantee. if anything goes wrong in the next five years, we'll take care of everything, even the shipping cost, both ways. you pay absolutely nothing guaranteed. >> announcer: but hold everything, because shark is about to make this the greatest deal they've ever offered. order in the next four minutes and you'll also receive the shark rocket lift-around! the lift-around is guaranteed to be the most powerful, most versatile, no-loss-of-suction, corded portable vacuum you've ever used.
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tremendous suction for cleaning above the floor throughout your entire home quickly and easily -- bookshelves, furniture, shutters, drapes, the car. this kind of portable power is available in shark lift-away vacuums that retail for up to $350. but today, the lift-around is yours free. just pay separate shipping. and the best part -- the amazing shark lift-around is yours to keep even if you return the powerhead. so go ahead and take the shark powerhead challenge and put the most powerful, deep-cleaning, no-loss-of-suction vacuum with only one pound weight-in-hand convenience to work in your home. if you don't believe the powerhead is the most powerful, lightweight, best-cleaning vacuum, then return it for a full refund. shark will even pay the return shipping. but go ahead and keep the lift-around as your free gift just for trying the powerhead. you get all this, including the five-year v.i.p. in-home service guarantee plus the free shark lift-around. with a full 60-day money-back
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lose. that's a total value of $410, all yours for just five payments of $39.95. and don't forget to ask your operator about special discounts on the pet & allergy accessory kit for your free lift-around. it's the perfect combination of total-home cleaning power, only from shark. call now. the preceding was a paid advertisement for the all-new shark rocket powerhead brought
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we are thrilled to welcome back to the evening news a man who has covered every presidential election since 1968, our very own bob schieffer. bob, how does this one look to you? >> thank you, scott. i have to say, primary campaigns are like weddings. they bring out the best and worst in families. if this campaign were a wedding we would be halfway through the weird uncles long unfunny and toast. the participants in this
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and that may be the scariest part of all. people are madder than ever. the partisan divide is wider than ever. and we are seeing a campaign reflecting the changes in our culture brought on by social media. nasty, illogical, ill tempered strong on attitude light on issues. too many times people have not just opinions, but their own set of facts. the campaign narrative has gone from inane, to profane, more like a blog. you are a jerk, you are a bigger jerk. no you are a blank, blank, jerk. inspirational, not just yet. there is light at the end of the church. iowa tonight, as the candidates begin their long walk down the aisle of the caucuses and primaries, we'll finally start to hear from another group voters. scott, that's a good thing. >> you will be with us on the long walk to election day.
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snow on the way tonight in iowa, but not until after the caucuses. california got hammered by weather, the past two days. and san diego an 8-foot-wide oak fell on a car and killed a woman. wind gusts reported as high as 115 miles an hour. to the north, i-80, was shut after a pileup of 29 vehicles. this system could dump a foot of snow on denver. in another major story tonight, the world health organization took the rare step today of declaring zika virus and its suspected link to severe birth defects an international public health emergency. the outbreak started in brazil and our dr. jon lapook is there tonight. jon. >> reporter: scott, i spent the day at the hospital in recite which has seen the most number of cases of microcephaly in all of brazil. the couple i spoke to was anguished as they try to figure
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their baby. alice bezerra depaz had a healthy first baby, but two months ago, her second child, joao heitor was born with microcephaly, a birth defect linked to the zika outbreak. babies with microcephaly had a unusually small head and developmental delays. we never expected to have an infant like this, she said. but we will care for him the same way. today, the parents came to the hospital in recite where doctors have seen 300 infants with microcephaly since september. before that this region only saw an average of nine cases a year. dr. angela rocha heads up the effort to understand and manage the crisis. in her four decades as a pediatric infectious disease expert she has never seen anything like it. this is different she said.
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with disability. which is a huge social, economic and public health problem. tell me what it is like to have a conversation with a mother and tell her that her baby has microcephaly? >> a situation with stress, panic, worry and insecurity she told me. that's because these parents and even health experts here are trying to figure out what services these infants will need. today the president of brazil gave public health officials the right to enter any home or business to eradicate mosquito breeding ground. scott, we'll be reporting on this in the days to come. jon, thank you. amtrak is trying to find out what hit a high speed acela train last night in philadelphia. window. the train was taken out of service. nobody was hurt. this is eerily similar though to last may when a commuter train was hit by something just before an amtrak regional train crashed in philadelphia.
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injured nearly 200. today federal investigators gave us an update on their investigation. here is kris van cleave. >> reporter: newly released camera show the moment the speeding train left the tracks. 8 dash engineer brandon bostian told investigators a minute before the accident he realized he was going ten miles too slow and began accelerating. his next memory was feeling as though i was going too fast around a curve. the train's event recorder found bostian applied full throttle a mile and a half from the curve. the train reached 106 miles an hour before bostian hit the brakes. he said i remember holding on to the controls tightly and feeling like, okay, well this is it. i'm going over. toxicology reports found no evidence of drugs or alcohol in bostian's blood and not using his cell phone at the time of the crash. lawyer tom kline represents several of hundreds injured. >> the train was being operated
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and there was a system that could have been in place and in fact was on place going the other way on the tracks. which could have prevented it. >> that technology, positive train control or ptc is now active along amtrak's heavily used northeast corridor linking boston to washington, d.c. >> i am actually going to try to put full power on the train here see how fast i can go. >> amtrak's chris jagodzinki showed us how ptc prevents a train from going too fast. >> what happened here -- brakes. taking away all the power on the locomotive. now applying the brakes. >> regardless of what you do? now, the train -- >> i can't do anything. >> i can't do anything. the computer has taken over. >> reporter: investigators found no issues with the train, tracks or signals. scott, we still don't know definitively if and when an object may have struck the train's windshield and if that could have contributed to the crash. a lawyer for bostian declined to comment. >> 106 miles an hour was double
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practice. nobody hurt. bronco's quarterback, peyton manning addressed a documentary last month that linked him to human growth hormone, performance enhancing drug banned by the nfl. manning spoke with cbs analyst, bill cowher of "the nfl today." >> you vehemently denied allegations of hgh. i know the nfl is doing an ongoing investigation. have you talked to them. do you plan on fully cooperating with them? >> absolutely. as far as i know that is going to start after the season as far as my role. i welcome that investigation. i understand when an allegation is made that the nfl has no choice to investigate it. i get that. but i can tell you what they're going to find. a big fat, nothing. it's been completely fabricated as far as allegations what they suggested i did. it has been nothing but pure
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i welcome that investigation. i think that will start after the season. >> the quarterback on the other side, sunday, cam newton. describe his style? >> boy he is fun to watch. >> last week his longest run was 14 yards. yours was 12. >> the difference it took him, you know, 1.2 second to make 14 yards. it took me 10 second to get 12. >> it felt like i ran a lot longer. felt like a 30-yard run. 12? only got 12? >> you can see the interviews with peyton manning and panthers' cam newton this sunday on cbs during coverage of super bowl 50. the pregame begins at 2:00 eastern. there is an update on the e.coli outbreak traced to chipotle restaurants.
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if you google most valuable companies, google's parent at the top of the list. after trading to day, alphabet was worth $571 billion. $33 billion more than apple. >> today chipotle restaurants got the all clear from the cdc. over the last few weeks, 60 people in 14 states got sick from e.coli bacteria linked to chipotle. the government says there hasn't been a new case in two months. this cargo ship loaded with wood, construction equipment and fuel started listing off france. rescuers couldn't reach it for five days because of the weather. today they towed her to safety. in a moment, the opening shots in the battle for the
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>> announcer: this is the cbs "overnight news." freshman senator ted cruz of texas has done it. he won last night's republican caucuses in iowa. democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders, split the vote. cruz beat archrival donald trump who finishes second after skipping the last gop debate. surprisingly strong showing by florida senator marco rubio gives him third place and a claim to the title, establishment alternative. mike huckabee who won iowa eight
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>> tonight is a victory for millions of americans. who have shouldered the burden of seven years of washington deals run amok. tonight is a victory for every american who has watched in dismay as career politicians in washington in both parties refuse to listen and too often fail to keep their commitments to the people. tonight is a victory for every american who understands that after we survive eight long years of the obama presidency, that no one personality can right the wrongs done by washington. to the revolutionary understanding that all men and all women are created equal. that our rights do not come from
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republican party or even from the tea party. our rights come from our creator. and the federal government's role, the federal government's responsibility is to defend those fundamental rights, to defend us. and while americans will continue to suffer, under a president who has set an agenda that is causing millions to hurt across this country, i want to remind you of the promise of scripture. "weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning." >> and we finished second, i want to tell you something.
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i want to congratulate ted. i want to congratulate all of the incredible candidates including mike huckabee who has become a really good friend of mine. congratulations to everybody. [ applause ] congratulations. we have had every indication, we are going now on, we have a poll we are at 28 points ahead. new hampshire. we love new hampshire. we love south carolina. and, we're leaving tonight and tomorrow afternoon we'll be in new hampshire. that will be something special. a great week. up here next week. i think we are going to be proclaiming victory, i hope. i will say this -- i don't know who is going to win between bernie and hillary, i don't know what is going to happen with hillary has got other problems maybe bigger than the problems she has in terms of nominations.
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different indications and polls that we beat her and we beat her easily. we will go on to get the republican nomination and we will go on to easily beat hillary or bernie or who ever the hell they throw up there. iowa, we love you. we thank you. you're special. we will be back many, many times. in fact, i think i might come here and buy a farm. i love it. okay. thank you. thank you, everybody. thank you. >> for months they told us we had no chance. for months they told us because we offered too much optimism in the time of anger we had no chance. for months they told us because we don't have the right endorsements or the right political connections we had no chance. they told me that that we have no chance because my hair wasn't gray enough and my boots were too high. they told me i need to wait my turn.
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[ applause ] but tonight -- tonight, here in iowa, the people of this great state sent a very clear message. after seven years of barack obama, we are not waiting any longer to take our country back. [ cheers and applause ] when i am the nominee, we are going to unify this party, and we are going to unify the conservative movement. >> now to the democrats where the race is too close to call. hillary clinton who once had a commanding lead is essentially tied with bernie sanders. martin o'malley is dropping out. and i am excited about really getting into the debate with senator sanders about the best way forward to fight for us
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i know that we may have differences of opinion about how best to achieve our goals. but i believe we have a very clear idea that the democratic party and this campaign stands for what is best in america. and we have to be united. [ cheers and applause ] when it is all said and done. we have to be united against a republican vision and candidates who would drive us apart and divide us. that is not who we are, my friends. i followed their campaign very closely. i understand what they're appealing to.
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it. i will not -- i will not let their divisiveness, their efforts to rip away the progress that we have made, be successful. because we can't afford that. so as i stand here tonight, breathing a big sigh of relief, thank you, iowa. >> iowa, thank you! [ cheers and applause ] nine months ago, we came to this beautiful state. we had no political organization. we had no money. we had no name recognition. and we were taking on the most powerful political organization in the united states of america. [ cheers and applause ] tonight while the results are still not known, it looks like we are in a virtual tie. [ cheers and applause ]
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money laundering is big business. states is no different. criminals turning ill-gotten gains into assets that appear legitimate, they do it by hiring attorneys to set up a maze offshore accounts. how easy it is, steve croft found out for "60 minutes." evidence than changing skyline of new york city where much of the pricey real estate is being
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but by anonymous shell companies with secret owners. there is nothing illegal as long as money is legitimate. no way to tell if you don't know who the real buyers are. one of the reasons global witness, london based nonprofit organization that exposed international corruption came to new york city 19 months ago. it wanted to see how helpful u.s. lawyers would be in concealing questionable funds. this hidden camera footage was shot in law firms across manhattan, without the lawyer's knowledge. by the man in the gray coat with the german accent. >> it's ralph? >> ralph kaiser. not his real name. an investigator for global witness, posing as representative of a government official from a poor west african country who wants to move millions of dollars into suspicious fund into the united states. he need the lawyer's help. >> tell me what country?
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it is one of those -- mineral rich countries in west africa. >> attorney gerald ross and other lawyers were told seek res was essential because the the african minister had amassed his fortune collecting special payments from foreign companies he helped obtain valuable mineral rights. so companies are eager to get ahold of minerals. >> yes. >> so they pay some special money for it. kaiser said it was all legal. he told attorney james silkenaught that the minister was shopping for a townhouse, a jet and a yacht. but his name must not be connected to the purchases. >> if his name now would appear real estate here and other items, it would look at least very, very embarrassing. >> right. presumably his salary and,
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the kind of acquisitions? >> sure, the salary of a teacher here. how can we make sure that he is being able to buy property here? and to live a nice life but his name being out? >> right. any guesses as to how much money we are talking about, for the brownstone and other items? >> for the brownstone, $10 million. for second hand gulf stream, $10 million, $20 million. a yacht would be at least $2 million, $3 million. >> reporter: the fictitious story of the minister was cooked up in global witness's london office based on a money laundering case. the investigator phoned 50 law firms with experience in private asset protection and got face to face meetings with 16 lawyers in 13 firms. >> i would say, gray money.
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>> reporter: global witness says the pitch was designed to to raise red flags and to give the lawyers good reason to suspect that the minister's millions came from official corruption. and they all did. >> i told you the money is a bit tainted. >> tainted. >> pretty much. >> okay. >> you gave another expression. so i have to be frank. how would you name it? >> some people call it bribes. >> no, not bribes. business deals. okay, bribe. bribe. >> the story, the african minister would have raised eyebrows for the average person on the street. >> co-founder of global witness, public advocacy group that exposes. corruption in the developing world. previous undercover investigations, exposed the african blood diamond.
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exposes flaws in the u.s. legal system that made it a hub for international money laundering. >> what the lawyers laid out for us in some detail was all the different possibilities and ways in which it could be done. >> reporter: if you want to get dirty money into the united states it is not that hard to do. >> i am saying there is an open door. and pretty shocking and pretty concerning. because, that money could be coming from anywhere. >> reporter: of the 16 lawyers that global witness recorded in the preliminary meetings, only attorney, jeffrey herman flatly declined to participate and showed ralph kaiser the door. >> i have some real questions about that -- under the foreign corrupt practices. >> right. >> under the foreign corrupt practices act, bribing foreign officials is illegal. >> by americans. >> by americans.
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involved? so it is money from others, not american entities. >> it's not -- >> aside from one exception. 12 of 13 law firms, including 15 of 16 lawyers, not only heard kaiser out, they suggested ways that the suspicious fund could be moved into the u.s. without compromising the minister's identity. attorney james silkenaught was select by global witness. at the time he was president of american bar association. he and his colleague, provided what prosecutors said was a road map using layers of interconnected shell companies in multiple jurisdictions. >> presumably, set up a little bit of series of owners to tripe to have protect, privacy as much
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>> yeah. >> company a owned by b, c, d. and your party owns -- all of the majority of the shares of cc and d. >> create several companies all in new york? >> at some point. probably pretty quickly you go offshore. >> reporter: attorney john jankoff and partner, recommended variations of the same strategy. >> lot of people in africa use the isle of mann, some use liechtenstein, and just take his millions of dollars put it into a swiss bank account. swiss will have it. and then -- he comes to us. >> the attorney also suggested the minister could move his money out of west africa to europe where it could be scrubbed in anonymous corporate
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his name? >> it is different names. so it will come as -- different names. >> including his name. >> we have to scrub it at the location. >> how you do this? that means the bank in liechtenstein, luxembourg? >> we'll set up an appropriate called it clientoverseas.com. whatever. that will send money into the united states. >> reporter: if that was a banker talking instead of a lawyer. he could be in serious trouble. that's because under u.s. law, bankers are required to report suspicious financial activity to the authorities. lawyers are under no such legal
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banks in america are required to be cognizant of risk and report on it if there is an issue, or money laundering. yet, absolutely bizarrely american lawyers aren't. this is clearly an issue. i think our investigation has shown the potential for what could happen. because of that lack of regulation. >> reporter: global witness says that anomaly is one of the flaws in the u.s. legal system that helps facilitate money laundering. >> another is the ease with which anonymous shell companies can be set up here to conceal ownership of money and assets. last year, 2 million new corporations were set up in the united states, many with no offices, products, or employees. bank account. >> the in many states across america you need less identification to open an anonymous company than a library guard. >> anonymous shell come pans are get away cars for crooks. designed to put them as far away as possible from the scene of
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according to a world bank study, the u.s. was the favorite place to set up anonymous shell companies. >> there was a good academic study and the u.s. was easiest place to set up after kenya. >> did the study have anything to do with your decision to do these undercover investigations? >> it inspired us. we thought it can't be this bad, can it? what we found was it is. >> we'll have part two of steve croft's story, tomorrow. or you can see the full report on our website. cbsnews.com. the overnight news will be right back. music introducing new k-y touch gel cr me. for massage and intimacy. every touch, gently intensified. a little touch is all it takes.
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the world health organization declared international emergency over the zika virus. the virus carried by mosquitoes and running rampant through latin america and the caribbean. most people may not notice they have zika. for pregnant women it can cause miscarriage or birth defects. >> coordinated response is needed to minimize the threat in affected countries and reduce the risk of further international spread. >> dr. jon lapook has more from ground zero in the zika fight. >> brazil hardest hit by the zika virus. it may have arrived in 2014 in the u.s. soccer tournament since then exploded infecting 1.5 million people here in brazil alone. the fear is it could spread to another 4 million people across
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months. it's become an all too common scene. health officials spraying insecticide in the hopes of killing this. the mosquito responsible for the zika virus sweeping through latin america and the caribbean. the virus suspected of causing increase in microcephaly. children born with unusually small heads often with brain damage. more than 4,100 suspected cases of microcephaly have been reported so far in in brazil. pregnant women fear other side effects from the virus. >> the public doesn't know everything about the disease. we don't know, exactly the consequence of it only microcephaly. >> reporter: tourism will likely suffer despite officials downplaying risks to visitors. rio's carnival begins, february
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health workers here took to the streets armed with instruments and information. and brazil set to host the summer olympics in august. events like this wrestling match are already under way. athletes are using bug spray staying indoors. >> kind of scary. nothing really you can do.
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this is the cbs overnight news. freshman senator ted cruz of texas has done it. he won last night's republican caucuses in iowa. democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders split the vote. cruz beat donald trump who finishes second after skipping the last gop debate. a surprisingly strong showing by florida senator marco rubio gives him third place. and a claim to the title establishment alternative.
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years ago is dropping out. >> tonight is a victory for millions of americans who have shouldered the burden of seven years of washington deals run amok. tonight is a victory for every american who has watched in dismay as career politicians in washington in both parties refuse to listen and too often fail to keep their commitments to the people. tonight is a victory for every american who understands that after we survive eight long years of the obama presidency, that no one personality can right the wrongs done by washington. to the revolutionary understanding that all men and
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that our rights do not come from the democratic party or the republican party or even from the tea party. our rights come from our creator. and the federal government's role, the federal government's responsibility is to defend those fundamental rights, to defend us. and while americans will continue to suffer, under a president who has set an agenda that is causing millions to hurt across this country, i want to remind you of the promise of scripture. weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning. >> and we finished second, i want to till you something. i'm just honored.
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i want to congratulate ted. i want to congratulate all of the incredible candidates including mike huckabee who has become a really good friend of mine. congratulations to everybody. [ applause ] congratulations. we have had every indication, we are going now on, we have a poll we are at 2 points a 8 points ahead. new hampshire. we love new hampshire. we love south carolina. and, we're leaving tonight and tomorrow afternoon we'll be in new hampshire. that will be something special. a great week. up here next week. i think we are going to be proclaiming victory, i hope. i will say this -- i don't know who is going to win between bernie and hillary, i don't know what is going to happen with hillary has got other problems maybe bigger than the problems she has in terms of nominations. but we have had so many
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that we beat her and we beat her easily. we will go on to get the republican nomination and we will go on to easily beat hillary or bernie or who ever the hell they throw up there. iowa, we love you. we thank you. you're special. we will be back many, many times. in fact, i think i might come here and buy a farm. i love it. okay. thank you. thank you, everybody. thank you. >> for months they told us we had no chance. for months they told us because we offered too much optimism in the time of anger we had no chance. for months they told us because we don't have the right endorsements or the right political connections we had no chance. they told me that that we have no chance because my hair wasn't gray enough and my boots were too high.
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that i needed to wait in line. [ applause ] but tonight -- tonight, here in iowa, the people of this great state sent a very clear message. after seven years of barack obama, we are not waiting any longer to take our country back. [ cheers and applause ] when i am the nominee, we are going to unify this party, and we are going to unify the conservative movement. >> now to the democrats where the race is too close to call. hillary clinton who once had a commanding lead is essentially tied with bernie sanders. martin o'malley is dropping out. and i am excited about really getting into the debate with senator sanders about the best way forward to fight for us
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i know that we may have differences of opinion about how best to achieve our goals. but i believe we have a very clear idea that the democratic party and this campaign stands for what is best in america. and we have to be united. [ cheers and applause ] when it is all said and done. we have to be united against a republican vision and candidates who would drive us apart and divide us. that is not who we are, my friends. i followed their campaign very closely. i understand what they're appealing to. and i intend to stand against it. i will not -- i will not let their divisiveness, their efforts to
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have made, be successful. because we can't afford that. so as i stand here tonight, breathing a big sigh of relief, thank you, iowa. >> iowa, thank you! [ cheers and applause ] nine months ago, we came to this beautiful state. we had no political organization. we had no money. we had no name recognition. and we were taking on the most powerful political organization in the united states of america. [ cheers and applause ] tonight while the results are still not known, it looks like
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we are thrilled to welcome back to the evening news a man who has covered every presidential election since 1968, our very own bob schieffer. bob, how does this one look to you? >> thank you, scott. i have to say, primary campaigns are like weddings. they bring out the best and worst in families. if this campaign were a wedding we would be halfway through the weird uncles long unfunny and embarrassing rehearsal dinner toast. the difference here is all of
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campaign appear to be stone cold sober. and that may be the scariest part of all. people are madder than ever. the partisan divide is wider than ever. and we are seeing a campaign reflecting the changes in our culture brought on by social media. nasty, illogical, ill tempered strong on attitude light on issues. too many times people have arrived at this wedding wit not just opinions, but their own set of facts. the campaign narrative has gone from in in a ane, to profane, more like a blog. you are a jerk, you are a bigger jerk. no you are a blank, blank, jerk. inspirational, not just yet. there is light at the end of the church. iowa tonight, as the candidates begin their long walk down the aisle of the caucuses and primaries, we'll finally start to hear from another group voters. scott, that's a good thing. >> you will be with us on the
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bob, thank you. snow on the way tonight in iowa, but not until after the caucuses. california got hammered by weather, the past two days. and san diego an 8-foot-wide oak fell on a car and killed a woman. wind gusts reported as high as 115 miles an hour. to the nor, i-80. shut after a pileup of 29 vehicles. this system could dump a foot of snow on denver. in another major story tonight, the world health organization took the rare step today of declaring zika virus and its suspected link to severe birth defects an international public health emergency. the outbreak started in brazil and our dr. jon lapook is there tonight. jon. >> reporter: scott, i spent the day at the hospital in recite which has seen the most number of cases of microcephaly in brazil. the couple i spk to was
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out what the condition means for their baby. alice bezerra depaz had a healthy baby, but her second child was born with microcephaly, a birth defect linked to the zika outbreak. babies with microcephaly had a small head and developmental delays. we never expected to have an infant like this, she said. but we will care for him the same way. to date parents came to the hospital in recite where doctors have seen 300 infants with microcephaly since september. before that this region only saw an average of nine cases a year. dr. angela rocha heads up the effort to understand and manage the crisis. in her four decades as a infectious disease expert she has never seen anything like it. this is different she said.
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which is a huge social, economic and public health problem. tell me what it is like to have a conversation with a mother and tell her that her baby has microcephaly? >> a situation with stress, panic, worry and insecurity she told me. that's because these parents and even health experts here are trying to figure out what services these infants will need. today the president of brazil gave public health officials the right to enter any home or business to eradicate mosquito breeding ground. scott, we'll be reporting. >> jon lapook in brazil. amtrak is trying to find out what hit a high speed acela train last night in philadelphia. whatever it was it gashed a window. the train was taken out of service. nobody was hurt. this is eerily similar though to last may when a commuter train was hit by something just before an amtrak regional train crashed
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that crash killed eight and injured nearly 200. today federal investigators gave us an update on their investigation. here is kris van cleave. pictures from train 188 dash camera show the moment the speeding train left the tracks. engineer brandon bostian told investigators a minute before the accident he realized he was going ten miles too slow and began accelerating. next memory was feeling as the i was going too fast around a curve. the train's event recorder found that he applied full throttle a mile and a half from the curve. the train reached 106 mild an hour before bostian hit the brakes. he said i remember holding on to the controls tightly and feeling like, okay, well this is it. i'm going over. toxicology reports found no evidence of drugs or alcohol in bostian's blood and not using his cell phone at the time of the crash. lawyer tom kline represents several of hundreds injured. >> the train was being operated
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and there was a system that could have been in place and in fact was on place going the other way on the tracks. which could have prevented it. >> that technology, positive train control or ptc is now active along amtrak's heavily used northeast corridor linking boston to washington, d.c. >> i will fry to put full power on the train. >> amtrak's chris jagodzinki showed us how pdc prevents a train from going too fast. what happened here. brakes. taking away all the power on the locomotive. now applying the brakes. >> regardless of what you do? >> i can't do anything. the computer has taken over. >> reporter: investigators foubd no issues with the train, tracks or sig nalds. scott, we still don't know definitively if and when an object may have struck the windshield and if that could have contributed to the crash. a lawyer for bostian decloond to comment. >> 106 miles an hour was double the speed limit on the curve.
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bowl one of denver's team buses got into a minor accident after practice. nobody hurt. bronco's quarterback, peyton manning adressed a documentary last month that linked him to human growth hormone, performance enhancing drug banned by the nfl. manning spoke with cbs analyst, bill cowher of "the nfl today." >> you vehemently denied allegations of hgh. ongoing investigation. have you talked to them. with them? >> absolutely. as far as i know that is going as my role. i welcome that investigation. i understand when an allegation is made that the nfl has no choice to investigate it. i get that. but i can tell you what they're going to find. a big fat, nothing. it's been completely fabricated as far as allegations what they suggested i did. junk.
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i welcome that investigation. i think that will start after the season. >> the quarterback on the other side, sunday, cam newton. describe his style? >> buy, he oy he is fun to watch. >> last week his longest run was 14 yards. yours was 12. >> the difference it took him, you know, 1.2 second to make 14 yards. it took me 10 second to get 12. >> it felt like i ran a lot longer. felt like a 30-yard run. 12? only got 12? >> you can see the interviews with peyton manning and panthers' cam newton this sunday on cbs during coverage of super bowl 50. the pregame begins at 2:00 eastern. there is an update on the e.coli outbreak traced to
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if you google most valuable scum companies, google's parent at the top of the list. after trading to day, alphabet was worth $571 billion. $33 billion more than apple. >> today chipotle restaurants got the all clear from the cdc. over the last few weeks, 60 people in 14 states got sick from e.coli bacteria linked to chipotle. the government says there hasn't been a new case in two months. this cargo ship loaded with wood, construction equipment and fuel started listing off france. rescuers couldn't reach it for five days because of the weather. today they towed her to safety. in a moment, the opening
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