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hido50 eto m democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders go head to head in their fifth debate tonight, the first since martin o'malley dropped out of the race. but, as weijia jiang reports, the leading republicans are still battling over victories in iowa. >> reporter: republican senator 10 crews -- ted cruz met with potential voters saturday. while he continues his work with donald trump.
interested in a temper tantrum, or you could call it, a trumpertantrum. >> reporter: in a series of tweets, donald trump accused ted cruz of fraud in the iowa caucuses. the republican party disagreed and made the results official. overnight, trump to do it again, suggesting cruz's tactic was a misdemeanor at minimum. >> these politicians are brutal. >> reporter: democrats hillary clinton and bernie sanders are preparing for debate tonight, the first head-to-head showdown since martin o'malley dropped out of the race. at a town hall event last night, the candidates continue to spar over which one of them deserve to be called a progressive. >> there can't be a moderate or progressive. >> it's very hard to see how be achievable. >> reporter: sanders is win. >> he understands the fact that things aren't easy. >> reporter: young volunteers
>> women's rights or something that secretary clinton strongly vote for. >> reporter: 40% of voters in new hampshire are not party. primary night. weijia jiang, cbs news, manchester, new hampshire. note. the federal aviation after donald trump had airplane rally to arkansas. the second antiabortionists activist indicted after making undercover videos about planned parenthood is expected to turn himself into texas authorities today. david daleiden is scheduled to appear in court in houston after posting bond. the other indicted actress, sandra marat, turned herself in mystery. both are charged with tampering with the government record. this claimed that plan parenthood sold fetal tissues for profit. they investigate planned parenthood but consider they did no wrong doing. president obama says faith is the great cure for the fear that sometimes leads people to do, quote, fun things.
at the annual national prayer breakfast in washington. in his final address as president to the annual nondenominational gathering, the president said fear could also lead people to give in to despair, and they can be man's most selfish impulses. the taliban claimed responsibility for an 11-year- old afghan boy held a hero for fighting him in his hometown. he gained notoriety last year after he helped protect his family against the taliban fighters who attacked their home. after local authorities praised his bravery and evacuated his family, he was on his way to school yesterday when he was killed by a gunman on a motorbike. wikileaks found that julian assange may surrender to police. the un is investigating whether he has been illegally detained. he has been living in an ecuador embassy in london since
asylum. assange is wanted for questioning about an alleged sexual assault in sweden. he says the charges are an attempt to extradite him to the u.s. because he published sensitive diplomatic communications online. five children are recovering from minor injuries after a crash involving their school bus. police say a school bus and suv collided about 7:40 this morning in jersey. the school bus overturned, the driver of the suv died. the bus driver was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. no word yet on what caused the crash. use already considered a hero to his country for his service, now this iraqi war veteran is being praised for o a
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else unless a user decides to share the presentation. that's so cool when men do that kind of stuff. >> next commercial break. >> check it, yeah. dictated for companies that accused apple is doing its patent. a jury ordered apple to pay $626 million to the company verntech. i'm not familiar with that company. they accused apple of stealing patents for facebook -- face time. apple appealed the case, and one on the technicality. and then, the case was retried, and now the jury says apple owes the company even more money. apple has since revised its i message, facetime and other sophomore. -- software. a good resume aren't the only things job applicants have to worry about these days. as hena daniels reports, your social media account completet a huge role in getting your job.
olds, anita benjamin spends a fair amount of time on social media. >> i use linkedin, facebook, instagram, snapshot, all of that. >> reporter: when the college graduates are looking for a job last year she was careful about what she posted. >> i was thinking i should definitely keep it professional, because it's all online and everybody can see everything you are doing. >> reporter: new research shows that is a good idea because businesses are looking. a report from the society for human resource management pounds one third of companies have disqualified a job candidate in the past year. because of information found on their social media account. in another survey, office team asked hiring managers the most common social media mistakes, job applicants make. 45% said posting negative or inappropriate comments. 35% said posting were being tagged in inappropriate photos. >> if you are too opinionated, too negative, it could really come off to some individuals that you could be a problem in the workplace. >> reporter: a beating staying
again. 17% of hiring managers question job applicants who don't post regularly or don't have a social media profile at all. having a professional presence online works for benjamin. >> the way the people perceive us is very important. >> reporter: she recently got a corporate job, her first out of college. hena daniels, cbs news, new york. >> and it's not just job applicants, a kaplan test found 45% of college admission officers took a look at potential applicants on social media as well. that is quadruple the percentage from just eight years ago. >> pay attention to that. important stuff. amazon is redefining express shipping in the triangle. >> i'm telling you what, this is unreal. starting today, some members in the area can get one hour delivery. one hour! find out if you qualify coming up. plus --