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qust it's friday, november 20, 2015. and this is the "cbs morning news" the united states stays on alert. the fbi monitors potential threats, while a hunt continues for one of the suspects in last week's attacks in paris. lawmakers strike a blee against refugees fleeing isis. the house voting to restrict entry to myigrants from syria and iraq. a food some are calling franken-fish could be coming to your dinner table. the fda approved genetically
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modified salmon. i must have called a thousand times and the world says hello, to adele's new all bum today. but the pop star is saying good-bye to music streaming services. good morning, from the studio 57 news room at cbs news head quarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. there's beefed up security here and abroad as new threats of attacks heightens concern. isis released another video, this time threatening the white house with suicide and car bombings. the fbi is tracking dozens of people in this country who might be prone to carrying out a copy cat attack. the fbi's director says there are no links between anyone here in the u.s. and the paris attacks. and the man hunt for salah
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abdeslam expanded. authorities say it's unclear if he's in france or belgium. tina tina kraus begins our coverage. >> reporter: that's right. as salah abdeslam remains at large, we're learn mrg about how french authorities were able to track down the master mind. he was caught on a security subway camera not long after the attack. possibly within an hour after the attacks. french detectives found a discarded cell phone in a trash bin near the bataclan theater. that led them to the apartment where abaaoud where he and his cousin, the french suicide bomber were hold up. police are focused on hunting down suspected terrorist salah
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on thursday, french authorities confirmed the apparent ring leader, abdellhamid abaaoud. a woman said she saw him social yiz yizing on the streets. >> my sister said, isn't that the guy? we just said hello to him the other day. >> reporter: french officials thought abaaoud was in syria. until they received a tip that he was back if france. as the hunt for the terrorists continues, isis released new videos threatening attacks in france, italy, and the u.s. the fbi says it's not aware of any credible threat of a paris-style attack. >> we're acting aggressively to diffuse threats as they emerge opinion. >> reporter: in malaysia, president obama arrived overnight.
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thursday warning at least ten suicide bombers affiliated with abu sayef are in kuala lumpur. more than 100,000 police and troops are on guard across fans against another attack. and u.s. officials are warning americans this morning that terrorists could be planning further attacks in italy and the cities of rome and milan. anne-marie? >> thank you, tina kraus. in mali this morning, gunmen attacked a hotel. the attackers stormed the hotel in mali's capital. there was some gunfire. authorities are securing the area. in this country, a bill that would block syrian and iraqi refugees from entering the u.s.
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background checks is on its way. 47 democrats defied the white house and voted for the measure. don champion is here in new york with more. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. the bill is a response to the terrorists attacks in paris. it puts on hold the president's plan to admit 10,000 syrian refugees to the country next year. the house bill would create the strictest screening of refugees ever in the u.s. >> let me explain why we passed this bill in two days. >> reporter: speaker paul ryan called it an urgent matter. to make sure something like what happened in paris doesn't happen here. all but two of his republican colleagues agreed. >> there is a real possibility that a terrorist, particularly one from or claiming to be from syria or iraq will attempt to gain access to the united states
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>> reporter: the bill requires strict new fbi background checks. three high-ranking officials would have to sign off on each applicant before any refugee from ear ya or iraq can enter the u.s. >> it slams the door on desperate mothers and children fleeing isis' unspeakable violence. >> reporter: attorney general loretta lynch says the imposed screenings are impractical. the measure faces an uncertain future in the senate. harry reid says there's no way it will pass. >> more of these refugees. they're not our enemyiesenemies. they're expelled from their homeland by the same evildoers we're fighting. >> reporter: and the rhetoric is even louder on the campaign trail. speaking in alabama yesterday, ben carson compared syrian ref rue gees to rabid dogs. >> if there's a rabid dog running around your neighborhood, you probably are
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not going to assume something good about that dog. and you probably are going to put your children out of the way. >> reporter: and donald trump who suggested closing mosques and increased surveillance on muslims now says he would create a national database to register muslims living in the u.s. >> i would certainly implement that. absolutely. >> reporter: >> reporter: conservative house republicans say they will not support the government's spending bill that congress has to pass by december unless it includes the stricter refugee language. the senate is expected to take up the measure after the thanksgiving break. hillary clinton says it's time for a new phase in the fight against isis, including ground troops. clinton laid out a more aggressive approach in her plan to defeat isis, including a
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intelligence, and more air strikes. she says that will not be enough. >> we should be honest that air strikes will have to be combined with ground forces actually taking back more territory from isis. >> clinton says she's not proposing to put 100,000 americans on the ground. but it's clear that regional forces will need help. coming up on "cbs this morning" a look at american veterans who have yoined is tight against isis. an american teenager was 1 of 5 people killed in attacks in israel. 18-year-old ezra schwartz was delivering food to israeli soldiers on the west bank when a palestinian man opened fire at traffic. at least seven others were wounded. the migration of mexicans to this country is reversed. more mexicans are leaving than
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the pew research center found more than 1 million mexicans and their families left the u.s. for mexico from 2009 to 2014. that includes american-born children. during the same period, 870,000 entered the u.s. resultings in a net flow of 140,000 to mexico. one reason, an improving economy in mexico with greater opportunities for work and education. coming up on "the morning news" a record drug bust. we'll take you along as authorities seize tons of cocaine at sea. and late ir, facebook offers a new feature to help the heart broeken. this is the "cbs morning news." ask your pharmacist for fast, powerful advil cold & sinus.
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part of a record seizure. the coast guard unloaded 50,000 pounds of cocaine. a candlelight vigil is planned outside a minneapolis police station. protesters demonstrated for a fifth day thursday. they're calling for a federal investigation of gentleman mar clark's death. >> we've been on the ground. we've talked to witnesses. we have serious concerns about the nair tifrs that are out there that are inconsistent. with what many witnesses in the community say happened. >> the minneapolis police union says clark grabbed an officer's gun during the confrontation. and two teens and a 21-year-old are behind bars this morning, accused of killing a southern california police officer. fellow officers lined up thursday to honor ricardo galvez. he was shot and killed in his car on wednesday.
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police say galvez was many plain clothes. it appears to be a botched robbery. still to come, the singer adele goes offline. she drops her new album today but streaming fans won't be able to hear it. details in "money watch." what if there was another way to look at relapsing multiple sclerosis? this is tecfidera. tecfidera is not an injection. it's a pill for relapsing ms that has the power
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the fda approved newly developed genetically modified salmon for public consumption. i think we have a picture of the genetically modified fish. there it is. there you go. >> that's not right. on the cbs "moneywatch." more on what some are calling franken-fish. first, adele goes against the flow. good morning, hannah. >> good morning, anne-marie. as expected. adele decided not to stream her hot new anticipated album "25." i must have called a thousand times >> "25" will be released today. expected to be the biggest seller of the year. streaming issues of royalty payments and control. adele is one of the few artists popular enough not to stream
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u.s. stocks closed slightly lower yesterday. down four points. the s&p 500 down 2. the first genetically altered animal cleared to your table may be there soon. the salmon grows twice as fast as normal salmon. the fda says there are no relevant differences between that and gnash ral sal mom. and facebook wants to ease the pain of breaking up. facebook is offering a new feature in the u.s. designed for people who want to avoid seeing their ex-partner's post and pictures on their feed. after changing your relationship status, you can remove your maim from past posts linking you to your ex. the feature is designed for people who won't want to make the final move of blocking an
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ex-lover from their facebook network. >> how will you cyberstalk in the middle of the night when you have had too much wine? >> it's a gleszing in disguise. in sports, the golden state warriors looking to remain unbeaten. when things are going well, stuff like this just happens for you. harrison barnes sinking a shot while falling to the court. things get better for golden state. despite trailing by 23 points. warriors rallied to beat the clippers, 124-117. they're now 13-0. the jacksonville jaguars have the first winning streak in more than two years. a big punt return by green late in the game sets up bortless' touch crown pass. jacksonville tops tennessee, 19-13. it's unanimous. bryce harper received all the
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he's the youngest unanimous mvp in baseball history. toronto's josh donaldson took home the award for the american league. they're the first players from either team to win an mvp award. still ahead, hover-board warning. they could get you into big trouble in new york city. details on our morning news stand. what did you order coach? a big mac for me, and fries for lil' ditka. great choice, partner. mcdonald's and the nfl are teaming up like never before. we're giving away millions of instant win prizes and tickets to super bowl 50. just peel, win instantly or text in your code and you could win tickets to the super bowl or $500,000 guaranteed every week. it's time to play game time gold. who's your team? does your makeup remover take it all off? every kiss-proof, cry-proof, stay-proof look? neutrogena makeup remover does. it erases 99% of your most stubborn makeup with one towelette.
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hoferboard's take an illegal turn. and an ez really spy walks out of prison today. the new york times reports on the release of jonathan pull lard from prison. he'll be paroled today after
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the former navy intelligence analyst received a life sentence. he wants to renounce his u.s. citizen ship so he can move to israel. the indianapolis star reports a judge sentenced former subway pitchman jared fogel to almost 15 years. he pleaded guilty yesterday. and traveling across state lines to have commercial sex with a minor. josh minkley responded opinion. >> no sentence will give back the lost innocence of the victims. no sentence will relieve the pain of the victims and families. >> fogle also is to pay $100,000 to each of his victims. the united states plunged to 28th place in a ranking of gender equality. the report dropped the u.s.
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eight spots from last year. it cited the wage gap and fewer women holding government jobs. iceland ranked as the most equal country for the seventh year. and the new york daily news reports new york city police say the increasingly popular hoverboards are ill legal in the city. many new yorkers use the self-balanced scooters to get through streets. but riders risk a $200 fine. the nypd says they're not street legal. and the wall street journal reports the second largest diamond ever was discovered this week in botswana. it's more than is 1100 carrotkarats and the size of a tennis ball. coming up, sal kahn. founder to the kahn academy.
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an alligator getting pretty comfortable at the university of florida student picnic. the gator crept up to the blanket. grabbed a sandwich. before the picnickers shooed it back into the lake. a 12-foot alligator caused a scare at richmond, texas, at a richmond, texas, golf course. a woman known as gator girl was dmauld to wrangle it up. grace white of our houston affiliate met her on the job. >> hey, big boy. hi, sweetheart. >> reporter: there is no fear. >> people are like, a girl if they sent you to get it? it's okay. >> reporter: a little hiss doesn't scare this gator girl.
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until we have them taped up like this. >> reporter: and this call was no different. >> he's 12 foot. >> reporter: chrissy helped haul this guy in. >> we believe he came from the brazos river with all the rain. >> reporter: they had to use a tractor to get him off the 17th hole. >> that's cool. >> i wouldn't do it. >> i mean, why not? boys get to have all the fun. we should, too. >> reporter: it's not her first rodeo. she helped wrangle this one at a shopping center. >> i'm trained. we're licensed to mess with alligators. >> reporter: who runs faster, me or these guys. >> you would probablyout run them. >> reporter: but i learned quickly. sorry. holding a gate sr. not just for any girl. >> good boy. it's okay. good boy. >> reporter: but it's thrilling enough this girl is quitting her day job as a dental assistant. >> we're going to take you to a new place.
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we're just your ride. >> reporter: a ride that keeps this gator girl coming back for the next adventure. >> dental assistant? that was grace white reporting. a broadway legend making the trip to the ed sullivan theater last night. composer andrew lloyd weber joining stephen colbert. he's the man behind classics like "cats" and "phantom of the opera." colbert sang a few bars of the opening number of "jesus christ superstar." at last, i'll do well i can see where we all, too, will be >> you gotta go for it now. jesus you've got to believe the things that say of you >> lloyd weber was on to promote his new musical, "school of rock." coming up on cbs this
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morning, the battle of tech company es and the government. and maureen dowd on discrimination of female directors in hollywood. and online education star sal kahn joins news the studio.
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