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influencers, and losing likes won't change the type of engagement they' already seen. the "overnight news" for this tuesday from the it's tuesday, november 12th, 2019. this is the "cbs morning news." novem-brr. reco much of the nation today and tomorrow. it is already impacting air travel. hospitalized. former president jimmy carter is scheduled to undergo a procedure this morning. and impeachment inquiry countdown. newly released transcripts show the pentagon was kept in the dark about withholding ukraine dark about withholding ukraine aid. captioning funded by cbs good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. we begin with that arctic storm
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that has put much of the country in a deep freeze. it is now moving east. winter storm warnings, advisories, and freeze warnings are posted from texas to maine. cod get up to a foot of snow. the snow and ice also caused major problems at chicago's o'hare airport. a plane skidded off a runway. a ground stop was issued, and more than 1,000 flights were canceled.boe this is only the beginning of a chilly week set to impact more than 222 million americans. chief meteorologist kate bylow of kyw has the forecast. we are tracking a very strong arctic cold front which is ushering unseasonably cold air to really the entire eastern half of the country today and into your wednesday. the cold has already settled in across the great lakes in the wake of the snow. as far as precipitation is concerned, the heaviest snowfall
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rates up across the highest elevations of portions of new england. the main cities up and down the eastern seaboard mainly looking at rain possibly changing over to a brief period of snow. that's the midfternoon hours on tuesday. then it moves off the coast later this afternoon and into wednesday. and then we unleash the brutal canadian cold well below average for the time of year. as far as snowfall is concerned, you see the band of 6 to 12 inches, the dark blue, over northern new york state, up into vermont, new hampshire, maine. most of the eastern seaboard will not see any appreciable accumulation. light accumulations possible, crow, across portions of virginia.aty temperatures more than 20 greew anwe're talking windchills in as wt ouesday sitake a l the wi ndchilthe teens even in by wednr neyork a philaa.
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former president jimmy carter will undergo surgery this morning to relieve pressure on his braiain. according to his spokeswoman, it was caused by bleeding due to his recent falls. carter was hospitalized last night at emory university hospital in atlanta. carter has fallen at least three times this year. he is reportedly resting comfortably with his wife. carter is the oldest living ex-u.s. president. last month he celebrated his 95th birthday. an israeli air strike targeted a senior islamic jihad commander in gaza this morning. video from gaza city shows a building being hit by rocket fire. israel says that this was a rare and targeted assassination of the islamic jihad commander. the israeli army accused the commander of coordinating rocket launches over the past year. meanwhile, syrian state media
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said an israeli air strike in damascus targeted another islamic jihad commander, but he was unharmed. > the first puea top peagon offto lawmakers that defense department officials were in the aid to ukraine. laura podesta is here in new york. laura, who gave the testimony, and what are lawmakers saying about these documents? >> reporter: that would be deputy assistant secretary of defense laura cooper. she's responsible for overseeing u.s. military assistance to ukraine. and she said the delay of the release of nearly $400 million in aid raised alarm bells. president trump is pushing back as congress gets set for the first public hearing of its impeachment inquiry. after observing veterans day in new york city, the hoax, writing on twitter, "just like schiff fabricated my phone call, he wil fabricate the transcripts that he is making and releasing."
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three more transcripts were made public monday. the testimony shows evenen the pentagon didn't know why the white house had stopped sending military aid to ukraine. deputy assistant secretary of defense laura cooper told lawmakers the funds were held without explanation. immediately deputies began to raise concerns about how this could be done in a legal fashion. cooper also testified that the aid was being withheld against the advice of career officials at the pentagon and the state department. the funds were sent to ukraine three weeks before their deadline.ond witch-hunt. the public hearin st tomorrow, and wepublics want taf hecling joe biden's hs the anonymous gont whistle-blower who spahenquiry
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agretoequests,nd an-marie?>>ra podesta here in n york. thank you so much, laura. cbs news will bring you public hearings in the impeachment inquiry. "cbs evening news" anchor and managing editor norah o'donnell will anchor special reports from washington tomorrow and friday. you can also watch continuous coverage on our 24-hour streaming network, cbsn. today the u.s. supreme court will take up the trump administration's effort to end the deferred action for childhood arrivals program come childhood arrivals program which shields children from deportation. people started lining up outside the supreme court yesterday to get into today's hearings. the program has provided a reprieve for roughly 660,000 undocumented immigrants brought to the u.s. as children. a ruling on the program is expected next spring. just months before the 2020 presidential election. foowing the massacre of american citizens.
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the country's security secretary did not say how many people were taken into custody. three women and six children were gunned down last week in northern mexico. mexico has said it believes that a drug mexico said it believes a drug cartel may have mistaken the family for members of a rival gang. relatives maintain the victims were deliberately targeted. and boeing hopes to resume delivering of 737 max jets next month. yesterday the company said it is hoping the faa will allow airlines to restart the 737 max has been grounded since march after two crashes killed 346 people. boeing says that it demonstrated changes in the plane to federal regulators using a flight simulator. the faa says that it has not set a time frame. southwest and american airlines say they don't expect the max to carry passengers until march of next year. and coming up on the "morning news" now, a student at san diego state university dies
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a meteor lit up the my sky over st. louis last night. a few homeowners shared security camera video of the meteor blazing by. hundreds reported seeing it across the area, and many also reported a loud boom. it was part of a meteor shower that reached its annual peak yesterday. the national weather service could not confirm if the meteor touched down or burned up in the atmosphere. police are expanding the search for a florida girl, and another fraternity-related tragedy. those are some of the headlines on the "morning newsstand." "the san diego union tribune" says a san diego state university freshman died after a fraternity party. 19-year-old dylan hernandez went
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to a frat party wednesday. the cbs affiliate in san diego, kfmb, reports several students said he was drinking heavily. hernandez was in his dorm room the next day when he fell out of his bunkbed and hit his head. he was rushed to the hospital where he died on sunday. it's not clear if alcohol was a factor in the student's death. on friday, san diego state placed all 14 school fraternities on suspension. >> everyone's heard about it. you know, frats are suspended because of it and whatnot. and i think everyone just has to be more aware of situations like that. >> the school says possible misconduct took place but didn't go into detail. university police are investigating. the "montgomery advertiser" reports that the search for a missing 5-year-old florida girl has expanded into alabama. authorities say taylor williams was reported missing from her home in jacksonville last wednesday. the girl's mother said she last saw her daughter in her bedroom tuesday night. investigators say her mother is a person of interest in the
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case. >> taylor's mother, brianna williams, remains uncooperative with this investigation. she has not spoken to us since wednesday, and she was the last person to see taylor. >> authorities have also been searching for the girl in georgia. the "detroit free press" reports doctors at henry ford hospital performed what they believe is the first double-lung transplant on a patient whose lungs were damaged by vaping. no otherdetails of the transplant have been released. hold a news conference today. the unidentified male patient has asked him medical team to share photos, and an update on his condition to warn others about vaping. more than 2,000 people in the u.s. have been sickened by vaping since march. at least 40 have died. "the seattle times" reports for the second time this year, seattle children's hospital has closed some operating rooms because of mold. three operating rooms were shut down all 14 operating rooms will be
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closed later this week as the hospital investigates. it has postponed some surgeries and moved others to different hospitals. previous mold outbreaks at the hospital caused six people to become ill. one person died. and "the miami herald" says singer madonna is making her fans angry by starting her show so late. one fan filed a class-action lawsuit. he's suing madonna and concert promoter live nation for changing the time of the show next month in miami. he claims that he bought three tickets last august for more than $1,000. he says the start time was 8:30 p.m. when he bought the tickets, but in october it was changed to 10:30, and he could not resell the tickets. madonna was booed during a concert in las vegas last week why google is collecting medical data of millions of americans. ericans. you too, have a great day. bye,bye.
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extinguish the flames, and witnesses say the homeowners had problems with their propane furnace on sunday. on the cbs "money watch," why google may be scooping up your personal health information, and the latest in the fight over president trump's tax returns. diane king hall is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, diane. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. well, investors will be closely watching for comments from president trump today. the president will speak at the economic club of new york where he's expect e ed to tout strength of the economy. investors will also be paying close attention to any comments on trade. meanwhile, notable companies reporting earns today include cvs, tyson foods, and cannabis company tilray. on wall street the dow closed at another record high yesterday largely due to gains by boeing. were blue rose 10s, ile ths&p 500 lostanderajudgs
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issed presid lawsuit against new york officials that was aimed at preventing the release of his tax returns. the house ways and means committee sued the treasury department and the irs in july to obtain mr. trump's federal income tax returns. the president could file a similar lawsuit in another court. google is working with one of the biggest health care systems on a once-secret initiative. the project reportedly dubbed "project nightingale" is in partnership with ascension. google says it's an effort to cleth information from -- collect information from patients who streamline technology to provide better care. before google revealed the project, more than 100 employees had access to millions of americans' lab results, diagnoses, and hospital records. the company say the initiative complies with federal health law. twitter is asking for public feedback on its deep fake policy plans. deep fakes create realistic videos of a person that appears to do something they did not do. twitter's new proposal includes putting a notice next to tweets
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help us at is heading east, bringing flow -- bringing snow and bitter cold temperatures. by thursday, more than 222 million americans will see temperatures below freezing. forecasters say more than 300 records could be shattered from the plains carter will undergo a procedures on his brain caused by bleeding. the bleeding was caused by carter's recent falls. he was hospitalized last night at emory university hospital in atlanta. the 95-year-old carter is the oldest living former u.s. president. and new transcripts of a closed door testimony in the impeachment inquiry were released. a top pentagon official told lawmakers that defense department officials were in the dark
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while there was a delay in military aid in ukraine. public hearings in the inquiry begin tomorrow and continue on friday. u.s. forces are ramping up firepower in northern syria. cbs news has learned that the move is to combat new threats on the battlefield. charlie d'agata reports from the region. >> reporter: u.s. forces brought out the big guns, bradley fighting vehicles, at a remote base in northern syria, significantly ramping up u.s. firepower. major general eric hill told us their arrival is to counter new threats on the battlefield. how has it changed over the past couple of months? >> we've been conducting a withdrawal, and we've been resetting ourselves here in the east. as we do that, we t hicl and co por he to sustairs >> reporter: combat power to match not isis but the militaries of the syrian regime. the russians, even militias amera and its kurdish allies here.
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essentially force protection? >> sure, force protection is always something that u.s. forces will ensure. >> reporter: but u.s. forces protecting oil fields face renewed threats after russian foreign minister sergei lavrov insisted that syrian forces must soon take them back under their control. a reminder of the constant terror threat here, too. dual car bombs in the northern city of kamishli. the carnage adding to the chaos of a relatively peaceful region of this country that now grows more volatile by the day. charlie d'agata, cbs news, northe s coming up on "cbs this morning," anthony mason talks with helen mirren and ian mckellen about their movie. your retirement savings might be lagging behind despite record gains in the stock market. we'll have tips on closing the gap. and in "ideas that matter," with ted, the growing concern
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over deep-fake videos, especially as the election i'm anne-marie greenhave great .
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