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public so we can hopefully be erbetter co-exist. >> reporter: carter evans, los angeles. >> and that's the "overnight ♪ it's tuesday, january 22nd, 2019. this is the "cbs morning news." a second round of know for people in the central u.s. as a new winter storm system makes its way across the country and the deep freeze continues in the northeast. with the government shutdown now in its second month, workers prepare to miss another paycheck. and teachers in los angeles return to the picket lines this morning, after strikes begin a morning, after strikes begin a second week.
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captioning funded by cbs good morning from the rocki lakes. there's a blizzard warning east colorado. it will bring heavy rain and travel. frigid temperatures will brace those in the east and the mid-atlantic. and advisories for delaware, parts of virginia and north carolina. the cold weather comes on the heels of a that killed at least seven people from coast to coast. and it's day 32 of the partial government shutdown. and 800,000 workers are set to miss another paycheck this week. senate republicans plan to vote
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on president trump's immigration proposal later this week. in an effort to end the shutdown, democrats are not going for it. marc liverman has the latest. good morning, since president trump announced the plan, as the partial government shutdown rolls on with no end in sight. >> the shutdown hopefully will not last long. >> reporter: that was president trump on twitter, just hours before the longest government shutdown in history began one month ago. yesterday, he ignored questions about the ongoing shutdown at the martin luther king jr. memorial. but he stayed active on social media, telling democrats to stop playing games and give america the security it deserves. >> we are aghast that he wants this giant 30-foot wall to be the symbol of america. >> reporter: democrats have rejected the president's latest proposal. three years of legal status for
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some refugees and immigrants brought here by undocumented parents, in exchange for $5.7 billion in wall funding. >> he's now holding the american people hostage over a vanity project that he calls the wall. >> reporter: the senate is expected to vote on the president's plan this week. meanwhile, house democrats will vote on their own legislation to reopen the government without any wall funding. >> if thi carries on until february, march, it's going to be mad for everybody. >> reporter: nancy anderson and about 800,000 other federal workers face a second missed paycheck this week. many are relying on donations and food banks to survive. >> when you're running ought of food, you got to feed your family. it's tough. >> reporter: tsa ssunday. many due to financial limitations. and according to s&p global u.s. chief economists, the weekly direct and indirect costs of the
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shutdown add up to $1.2 billion. if the government doesn't reopen by the end of the week, those costs are expected to be roughly $6 billion in total cost damage to the economy. anne-marie. >> wow, marc liverman in new york. thank you so much, marc. a new caravan of nearly 2,000 central americans is making its way into the u.s. they started crossing into new mexico last weekend. adriana diaz is with them. >> reporter: the line to mexico stretches so long, it stretches all the way to guatemala. thousands of hondurans left honduras a week ago that far is was on facebook. an influx overwhelmed mexican government, creating a bottleneck on this staple bridge where some jumped to swim to mexico instead.angh grants tore fence in a clash with police. this is that very spot where those fences were knocked down.
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and as you can noen. you just have to wait on a really long line. it's the result of mexico's new open door immigration policy that's just a week old. every migrant that enters legally first gets a bracelet. this is their golden ticket to be able to enter mexico legally and go through the process to eventually get a humanitarian visa. that process is about five days. once inside, migrants are photographed, interviewed, fingerprinted and even get iris recognition scan to keep track of who is entering. marcos alonso who earned $4 a week ago, left honduras with a group. he says he doesn't think the wa. it doesn't affect him, it doesn't matter, he's going to be there. though he can stay in mexico under the new policy, he's u.s.
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bound. at the u.s. border in tijuana, less than 700 migrants from the october caravan are still waiting in hopes of getting asylum. tijuana is more than 2,000 miles from where we are right now. we asked officials if mexico is north by facilitating the process. the question is what the migrants will be here in mexico will head to the u.s. border. adriana diaz, cbs news, ciudad hidalgo, mexico. rudy giuliani is walking about comments on the russia project. gg commented sunday that mr. trump was involved in discussions about building a tower some moscow, quote, right up until the election. that is well beyond what the president has acknowledged. then yesterday, giuliani acknowledged that his comments were hypothetical. and a mock-up proposal was in the earliest stage and did not advance.
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there's no shortage avenue democrats who want to run for president. ed o'keefe reports on the growing number of candidates and how they're trying to rally voters in 2020. >> that's why i'm running for president of the united states. >> reporter: senator ka mall lal harris jumps right into the race. she's the fourth to enter the presidential race and so far, the only black candidate. her decision to announce her candidacy on martin luther king jr. black numbers didn't turn out in consistency like they did in 2008. what does your party need to do differently in 2020 to ensure that they show up? >> well, for all voters, we've got to reach out to folks. we've got to go where they are, understand who they are. >> reporter: across the country, other democratic hopefuls also went to mlk events to appeal to black voters who cast 1 in 4
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democratic ballots in 2016. >> don't tell me things can't change. >> reporter: although socioeconomic matters were a hot topic, much of the focus was on president trump. >> we now have a president of the united states who is a racist. >> he is tearing apart the very fabric of who we are as a nation. our very common decency. >> we should point out senator harris is also the first indian-american to serve in the u.s. senate. several democrats we expect to jump in soon are still on the sideline. among them new jersey senator cory booker who said today he's not that far from making a decision. ed o'keefe, cbs news, washington. teachers in the nation's second large evidence school district are expected to strike for a sixth school day today. tens of thousands of educators walked out on january 14th. hundreds of firefighters are expected to march with them today. educators are demanding
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increased salaries and more support staff. at a rally, the mayor said he's optimistic they have momentum. new developments about a rape victim who gave birth at a nursing facility in phoenix. and deadly mall shooting. a man is killed near a food court in suburban, chicago. this is the "cbs morning news."
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at a suburban shopping mall. investigators say a 19-year-old man was shot inside the food court. he died later at the hospital. a bystander was grazed on the leg. >> next thing i know, five more shots came out of the gun. and people were screaming and yelling all over the place. >> police say the victim knew the shooter and was targeted. authorities say security video shows the suspect fleeing the mall, but it's unclear if he continued on foot or got in a vehicle. "the boston globe" reports that police are searching for a missing 23-year-old woman. olivia ambrose was last seen outside of hennessey's bar saturday night. her twin sister said olivia was dancing with a man. >> the guy she was dancing with was the one who got kicked out of the bar. >> security camera shows olivia ambrose leaving the bar with that same man. she never returned to her apartment and did not call anyone. the family says that is completely out of character for her.bls
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two doctors who cared for an incapacitated woman who was raped and gave birth at a phoenix nursing facility no longer work there. one doctor at hacienda health care resigned. another was suspended. the 29-year-old patient had been in a vegetative state. workers at the facility say they didn't know she was pregnant until she gave birth to a boy on december 29th. investigators have collected dna from men who work there. reuters reports british scientists are developing gene-edited chickens in a bid to halt the next deadly human flu pandemic. researchers are altering dna with a technique known as crisper. it's supposed to generate poultry that can't get the flu. doctors say the deadly flu strain could jump from wild birth to poultry in a pandemic. in 2010, it killed 500,000 people worldwide. and "time" says avon
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. well, the extreme winter weather in the northeast is giving kids some new ways to play outside. who doesn't love hockey in new england, especially when there's an ice lake pretty much everywhere. two children were seen skating and playing hockey on their driveway at a boston home yesterday. not good for the cars, though. -on-"cbs moneywatch" google is hit with a big fine and a gloomy outlook for the world economy. diane king hall is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, diane. >> good morning, anne-marie. well, the international monetary
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fund cutting global estimates down from 3% to 3.5%. global estimates down from 3.5%. warning the global economy is growing more than slowly than expected. 2020's estimate was revised down to 3.6%. keep in mind yesterday, china reported its slowest annual growth in nearly three decades. the projections from the imf seemed to affect asian markets which closed lower this morning. futures also reporting lower territory. asian markets were closed yesterday in observance of martin luther king jr. on friday, the dow rallied 336 points. s&p 500 gained 34 and the nasdaq rose 72. france is hitting google with a $57 million fine. the company's data protection agency accuses google with lack of transparency with users with regard to how their personal information is collected and
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used. and it also said the web giant failed to give content about user personal ad personalization. google said it's deeply committed to transparency after following the european union's new data protection rules. tesla will start delivering its model 3 vehicles in europe. market for their electric carmaker. first deliveries are expected in february. the model 3, tesla's least expensive vehicle, shares the news of layoffs as part of the cost cutting meth. facebook's whatsapp service allow limiting the message to five. previously a whatsapp user could forward a message to 20 individuals or groups. the new level is an expansion of a measure put in place in india last summer after mob violence incidents were lynched to
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messages circulating on whatsapp. anne-marie. >> diane king hall at the new york stock exchange. thank you very much, diane. >> all right, thank you. still to come, super bowl sticker shock. if you want to go to the big game in atlanta, expect to shell out big bucks. we'll tally your tickets, hotel and food. and may increase yourf infections. before treatment, your doctor should check you for infections and tuberculosis. tell your doctor if you have an infection or have symptoms such as: fever, sweathills, me bere startg trema® tell your doctor if you plan to or have recently received a vaccine. tremfya®. stay clearer. janssen can help you explore cost support options. we know that when you're >> tspending time with thelass grandkids... ♪ music >> tech: ...every minute counts. and you don't have time for a cracked windshield. that's why at safelite, we'll show you exactly when we'll be there. with a replacement you can trust. all done sir. >> grandpa: looks great! >> tech: thanks for ch safelite. >> grandpa: ! >> child: bye!
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. i got him. >> rescuers braved freezing waters when they saved a dog that fell through the ice in a river in collingswood, new jersey. two first responders had to break through the ice as they slowly swam for the stranded dog. it took about 14 minutes to reach the dog and he's expected to be okay. a huge flock of starlings put on a spectacular show in england.
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the yorkshire wildlife said the formations happen every day when the sun goes down depending on the weather. this happened last week. bird experts say starlings exhibit this behavior before they roost for the night for many reasons including hiding from predators and exchanging information. and if you're looking to fly to the super bowl in atlanta, get ready to spend some big bucks. travel agents say even on a budget, expect to shell out about $7,000 for everything. that includes $700 for airfare. a hotel room out of the city runs about $1200 for three night. and $1500 for food and entertainment. oh, yeah. and the least expensive ticket to the game is going for about $3600. >> atlanta as a whole will win because of all of the businesses down there that will get extra income for the revenue for food and drink. ♪ >> or, of course, rather, you can just watch the game at home for free. the super bowl and all of the
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let's end this. support more victories for veterans, go to our top story this morning, bitter cold is gripping the northeast and the mid-atlantic thniove from the rockies. heavy snow is expected from the central rockies to the great lakes today. the storm system will then head east and bring heavy rain while making travel slippery. and it's day 32 of the partial government shutdown. 800,000 federal workers are set to miss another paycheck this week. senate republicans plan to vote on president trump's immigration proposal later this week. but democrats say it is inadequate. house democrats will vote on their own legislation without funding for a border wall. a new federal rule is supposed to make health care cost more transparent, but as
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anna werner found out, it's only adding to the confusion. >> reporter: nikki pogue's recent out of system made her more fearful for her hospital bill than her illness. pogue who is a cbs news contributor said her insurance company only paid $3,000 of a $13,000 bill. >> i never dreamed i'd be on the hook for $10,000. >> reporter: it's that type of sticker shock a new government rule requiring companies to pos% their pricesp bender, who runs website that can look up hospital prices says of the hospital's price list -- hard to interpt. there are no uniform standards for how procedures and prices are described. so on this new york hospital's website, if you go to find out how much treatment for an ear infection will cost, its page
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will give you several listings for ear. but no clarity on what you might actually pay. second, she says, those list prices are too high because they don't factor in insurance payments or medicare's rates which are lower. is there any useful information for consumers in these lists of prices at all? >> i think the most useful information is that the prices are wildly inflated. >> reporter: some hospitals like st. luke university network in bethlehem, pennsylvania have launched their own price-checking pages. >> a good next step for hospitals would be to provide greater transparency into what patients will actually be required to pay at out of pocket. >> reporter: one of the concerns pender raises over those generally posted prices is that people may see them and not they can't afford it. anna werner, cbs news, new york.
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coming up on "cbs this morning," the impact of cold weather on our body. dr. tara narula addresses myths and offers advice on how we can stay safe in frigid temperatures. plus, actress gina rodriguez joins us in the studio to tell us about her action movie "miss bala." and we'll meet 14-year-old ray emanuelle and how he uses rap to spread a positive message. that's it for "cbs morning news." i'm anne-marie green. have a great day.
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i'm kenny choi. live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news . we start this morning with a live look east from the sales force camera. it is a little bit brisk out there. good morning on this tuesday,
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january 22. thank you for waking up with us. i am kenny choi. >> i am michelle griego. how is everyone doing this morning? >> all right. i am actually awake, and hopefully you are awake. it is a beautiful day across the bay area, temperatures warmer than yesterday and we will continue with that warming trend through the week. concord at 40, oakland 50, livermore 42, 49 currently in downtown san francisco. 46 in san jose and santa rosa is coming in at 37. mpatures, sunshine this th mifr 3 degrees to 8


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