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it's tuesday, february 2nd, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." the first votes are in, and the race is on. iowa caucusgoers deliver a victory for republican ted cruz over donald trump while democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders are locked in a virtual tie. as the candidates pull out of iowa, wintry weather, storms, snow, and ice blows into the plains from the rockies. and countdown to kickoff. super bowl week gets under way as the broncos and the panthers talk pigskin in prime time. captioning funded by cbs good morning from the studio 57 newsroom in studio headquarters in new york. i'm anne-marie green. good to be with you.
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surprises and frustration. senator ted cruz was the republican win bier while the race is historically close, hillary clinton is declaring victory. according to the numbers, vermont's bernie sanders is in a tie with hillary clinton. truz marco rubio had a stronger showing right on cruz's heels. >> he turned out according to evangelical and conservative leaders and it paid off. >> tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across iowa and all across this a great nation. >> reporter: cruz parlayed a strong turnout to overtake a humbled donald trump. >> we finished second. i want to tell you something. i'm just honored. we'll go on to get the
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we will go on to easily beat hillary or bernie or whoever they throw out there r it was a employee for trump. attracted those disenchanted angry inway. others attended their first caucus. most supported trump. cruz won the caucus growers who described themselves as conservative and evangelical. the other story last night, marco rubio. >> we have taken a first step but an important step. >> reporter: rubio is seened a a more alternative conservative. that may play a role in more
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former mike huckabee suspended his campaign. on the democratic side, hillary clinton and bernie sanders will likely bit iowa delegates. for your sanders it represents a huge comeback while for clinton it's yet another signal of a long campaign ahead. nancy cordes is following the democrats. >> reporter: hillary clinton was defeated eight years ago by barack obama and this time she saw her lead against bernie sanders evaporate over the past few months. this caucus last night revealed not just a generational gap among democratic voters but a real divide over which way the country should be headed. >> i stand here tonight breathing a big sigh of relief, thank you, iowa. i know we can create more good paying jobs and raise incomes for hard-working americans again.
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of universal health care coverage for every single man, woman, and child. >> reporter: nearly two-thirds of caucusgoers were over the age of 40 and among them, clinton enjoyed overwhelming support. bernie sanders, a self-described democratic socialist rivalled immense support against young caucusgoers. >> i think the people of iowa have sent a very profound message to the political establishment, to the economic establishment, and, by the way, to the media establishment. >> reporter: 76% of his supporters in iowa want to see more liberal policies out of washington. >> this fight continues. >> reporter: a marginal showing from martin o'malley here prompted the former maryland governor to suspend his campaign before all of the votes were even counted. i thinks won't get any easier
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she trails by as much as 20 points. the two of them will both start campaigning there today. nancy cordes, cbs news, des moines. cbs political news director and "face the nation" moderator john dickerson with more on whatting this means. >> ted cruz the first to take on donald trump and come out a victor. for donald trump he has to hope his improvements will improve in new hampshire. ted cruz, marco rubio now owns that title. he can claim his support was -- he was validated by the voters of iowa as he heads into new hampshire. on the democrated side they
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way for bernie sanders who was far way in the poullls. he was hoping for a bigger spark out of iowa. now they'll be even tougher because they don't have as many the race continues. from des moines, iowa, i'm john dickerson, cbs news. coming up on "cbs this morning," we'll have more on the iowa caucus results and look ahead to the primary. this morning a large winter torm is pounding the area to the great lakes. heavy storms are predicted from colorado to michigan. blizzard warnings from nebraska, to south dakota, to iowa. it's the first big storm in colorado where a third of the flights in denver were canceled. in kansas overnight temperatures dropped and snow accumulated. the world health
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virus a global emergency. >> the causes of microcephaly and other neurological complications constitute an extraordinary event and others around the world it's spreading rapidly. the world health organization expects as many as 4 million cases in the americas by next year. coming up on the "morning news," escape plan. new details on how three prisoners made a violent escape out of a jail. and adens the
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shifted in heavy seas. new details about how three california inmates escaped from a maximum security prison, and the findings in an amtrak crash investigation. those are some of the headlines on the "morning news" stand. the "washington post" reports on the release of documents in the investigation into the deadly amtrak crash last may. the accident in philadelphia killed eight people and injured more than 200 others. investigators describe the cooperative. they have so far been unable to pinpoint the cause of the crash. the "los angeles times" reports on new details in the orange county yale barack. investigators say the three inmates got help from an accomplice on the outside who gave them tools and a ride to freedom. they also allegedly kidnapped a taxi driver and later got into a fight about what to do with him.
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duong have a fight. the information we have is the fight was about whether or not to kill the taxi cab driver and bury the bun. >> one of the escapees turned himself in, the other was taken into custody after being spotted outside a whole foods. the comedian's lawyers are expected to ask the judge to throw out the criminal case. they argue cosby had a deal with the d.a. in 2005 that he wouldn't be prosecuted. at the time cosby admitted giving his accuser pills before an encounter in his home. and "the wall street journal" says the cdc considers the e. coli outbreak at chipotle to be over. it drove the stock down over the past three months.
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singing to himself this morning "we could have had it all." in the run-up to the iowa caucuses, trump has used adele's "rolling in the deep" as his rally song but not with the superstar's permission. when asked about the republican's song selection. the camp put it simply adele has not given permission for her music to be used for any political campaigning. they did not elaborate whether or not they would ask trump to stop using the song. coming up, super bowl 50. we'll go live to san francisco and hear from the players on media day. and the popular madden nfl game makes its pick for the super bowl winner.'ll itsctio (text tone) me. ne t again? right
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yrbeay be right for you. t myq.colere. here's look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. the denver broncos had a bumpy ride leaving practice last night. three team buses were involved in a chain reaction crash near santa clara. it all started when a car cut off the team's motorcade. a trooper involved in the crash has minor injuries.
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nfl rapped up its media day with a preview. they both took part in the show. jamie yuccas is in san francisco. jamie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. opening night did not disappoint. a leprechaun. >> super bowl 50 kicked off with a huge production. the denver broncos took center stage first. >> it took me a minute. i didn't know it was a bridge we were standing on until i got here. >> reporter: the big question, will peyton manning retire after the big game. he says he doesn't know. then came the carolina panthers. reporters swarmed all 11 booths set up for all the key players and coaches for each team. when trying to get close this is
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then try to jockey for position. >> how much fun are you having right now? >> not a lot of fun. >> how much fun do you plan to have? >> a lot, a lot. >> the nfl wanted to take away from the craziness of past years but there was still a lot. von miller was expected to put on a show. >> you're a fashionable guy. >> i walked into the locker room and they said this is what you're going to wear. >> you don't get to do anything crazy? >> it's all about the team and putting focus on my teammates and the super bowl 50 coming up. >> reporter: a spectacle for fans who left soaking in some of the biggest names in football ahead of the biggest game of the year. >> reporter: the team gets the day off. some coaches will go to community events and do more media and it's back to practice tomorrow, anne-marie. >> looks like a fun.
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thanks, jamie. we're counting down. super bowl 50 is here on cbs. kickoff is at 6:30. looking ahead to next season, cbs will bring you five thursday night games in 2016. super bowl 50 will be one for the ages. if you believe what a video game has to say. ea sports simulated this year's game on madden '16. the game for dix carolina will win on a last touchdown by cam newton. if you're wondering how accurate these games are they predicted
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