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the next day the national policy institute held a conference to celebrate donald trump's election. >> hail, trump! hail, our people! hail, victory! >> the group's website says it advocates for the identity and heritage of people of european descent in the u.s. yesterday, a statement released president-elect trump has continued to denounce racism of ki because he will be a leader for every american. we will take a look at donald trump's business holdings. a an accused of gunning down a san antonio police officer is under arrest, police say tyrone mckane.
>> we will rest a little easier knowing that the suspect who killed one of our officers is in custody. >> mckane said he was angry with the court system from preventing him from seeing his son and he took it out on the officer. a powerful earthquake hit northern japan this morning, briefly shutting down a system that shut down newly fuel. this morning's quake small tsunami waves, but there are no reports of significant injuries or major damage. authorities in north dakota say they won't rule out using water cannons again against oil pipeline protesters. they defended their decision to use the water cannons in subfreezing weather and tear gas sunday night into monday. some 400 protesters tried to
the highway. 17 were occurred. and kanye west is being evaluated at a los angeles hospital. multiple reports say he was yesterday afternoon. the rapper ended the show on saturday night after three members and cancelled the rest of his current tour. the recent shows have been marked by rants, rivals and donald trump. coming up on "morning news," a judge's comments trigger protest. >> he is your president and he will be your president. >> a federal judge has tough advice for immigrants that don't like mr. trump. and a drunk driver is caught on video falling out of his truck before running over his leg. this is the "cbs morning news."
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a florida man faces charges after a night of partying ended badly. he fell out of his pickup while leaving an orlando strip club late last month. the man hit a house and into a woman. the man fled but police tracked him down because he left his driver's license at the bar. chipotle is wrapped up in a towering controversy and a texas judge is under fire. those are someth on the morning newsstand. a federal judge is being reviewed for remarks he made about donald trump. >> and he will be your president. and if you do not like that, you need to go to another country. >> john primomo had just sworn in the citizens last week. the discuss will discuss it today. he said his comments were misconstrued.
that a brooklyn man was accused of trying to support isis. he is a resident and citizen of yemen. authorities say he has family in yemen. the detroit free press reports that a former usa gymnastics team doctor is charged with sexual abuse. prosecutors say the three charges against larry nassar involve a child under 13. nassar has denied the los angeles times says the coach of the u.s. men's soccer team was given the boot. juergen klinsmann is expected to be replaced by l.a. galaxy coach bruce arena. the team is in danger of missing the world cup for the first time in more than three decades. fortune said three chipotle customer filed a class action suit.
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on the "cbs moneywatch," instagram introduces disappearing video. and cheetos caters to the upper crust with cheesy merchandise. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. u.s. stocks closed at record highs in part hoping that opec wi production. just under 4%. the dow jumped 88 points. the s&p finished 16 points higher. the nasdaq jumped 47. apple is replacing faulty batteries on its iphone 6s smartphones. some have unexpectedly shut down even though half of the battery life remains. apple says there's no safety issues and only phones from
are impacted. amazon is working on a deal for a live sports program. amazon wants to create a premium sports programming package for prime subscribers and is currently talks to the national football league, major league label and the national basketball association. instagram with a twist. designed to disappear after being viewed. visitors will find it at the top the digital disappearing feature is expected to roll out in the next few weeks. a painting by norman rockwell sold by $6.5 million at auction. which one? undecided man in voting booth. it shows a man pondering who to vote for in the 1944 presidential election. by the way, franklin roosevelt seeking his fourth term beat
and the cheesiest snack brand cheetos is out with a holiday catalog. it's called eye of the cheetah. items for sale include jewelry for $20,000. clothing and furniture. it's all available on the online store. its flaming hot pants and chester cheetah lounge paw are already sold out. >> how about the per assume. do you really want to smell like cheetos? >> i think there's some people who might actually. >> probably. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. still ahead -- "toy story," from "star wars" merchandise to hatchimals. we'll show you the hot toys that parents will be scrambling to
what toys will be the hottest sellers this holiday season? our marlie hall channels her inner child to find out. >> whoa! my aim is awesome. >> awesome! >> reporter: for the young and young at heart, there are plenty of holiday toys that hit the mark. including the death trapper. >> this is a robotic dog. >> reporter: lori schhat is at toy world. >> we know that the "star wars" toys are going to get on the shelf and fly right off. >> reporter: from oversized action figures to this customizable light sabre, "star wars" toys come in all shapes sounds and sound. >> this is the voice changing
do your homework. >> reporter: and there's also a flying millennium one of many drones on the market. this one is voice activated. but the breakout toy this holiday season is hatchimal. the creatures hatch and break out and eventually learn how to play games. the toys selling for $50 are sold out at most stores but people are selling t for more than $100. >> if you see this on sale, buy it, don't think twice. in fact buy as many as they have and tonight think twice. >> reporter: with so many popular toys on kids wish lists, the industry is expected to have its best year in more than a decade. marlie hall, cbs news, new york. >> i think marlie wants to take a few of those home.
the far right new movement known as alt-right latched on the trump campaign. and some say given them a boost. jericka duncan has more. >> reporter: since 2008 the alt-right or alternate right movement lived mostly on message boards. it gained more momentum after trump appointed steve bannon. seen as the largest platform for the alt-right message with more than 300 million views in the last month. 38-year-old richard spencer president of the national policy institute.
bannon acting as the strategist for donald trump because breitbart has been an open place for a lot of ideas that i care about. >> reporter: ben has denied being alt-right. it's members are usually educated right wing males with wide range of views. they're difficult to find because of wide range of members those who believe america will look out for who believe in white domination. >> instead of asking what's good for the world, they ask what's good for us. >> reporter: thomas mane at baruch college in new york city has been following the movement for years. he said after the great recession that the country's increasing minority population, many white men begin to feel left out of the political process. >> i think what happened is, all of those shocks to the system
say, gee, our current way of thinking is not working for pus. >> what do you say to people who call groups like yours racist? >> the word "racist" doesn't have any meaning anymore. it's basically calling me a mean old guy. >> do you discriminate against people because of the color of their skin? >> we're discriminating in all sorts of things of life. i discriminate all the time. discriminating is living >> that was jericka duncan reporting. coming up on your local news on "cbs this morning," facebook under fire for fake news. we'll see what's going on behind the scenes. plus actor neil degrasse tyson tells about his new book "the cosmos." about turning state laws into
>> that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. but before we go, a journalism school named for walter cronkite honors a successor of the legendary news man. cbs news anchor scott pelley was cited yesterday by arizona state university for excellence in journalist. pelley has reported on politics and from war zones in his 37-year career at cbs. thank yoso and congratulations to scott. i'm anne-marie green.
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