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ed captioning funded by cbs it's monday, january 25th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." digging out. epic blizzard buries the east and leaving dozens dead and hundreds struggling to dig out of the snow. >> everything went flying. >> a mid air scare. seven people are hurt after being tossed by violent turbulence on a flight from miami to milan. prison break. three violent california inmates spend months plotting an elaborate break from prison. the massive effort to get them back behind bars. the matchup is set. super bowl 50 will be a battle
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guard. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm near gen millions of people in the east begin the workweek digging out from this week' monster storm. at least 30 deaths are blamed on the weather. the system dumped nearly 30 inches of snow in baltimore. new york central park recorded over 26 ixs einches. philadelphia and washington both got more than 22 inches. the storm, coupled with high tide, brought flooding to parts of the new jersey shore. residents of pennsylvania and across the region got to work sunday clearing sidewalks and streets. brian webb is in queens, new york, where they saw nearly three feet of snow. brian, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the big dig has begun but there are still thousands of cars buried under snow like this one. officials really don't want
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they don't want the snow back out on the roads and they don't want people to get hurt. already this weekend, several new yorkers died with a snow shovel in their hand. federal offices and schools in the nation's capital remain closed this morning as people in the area continue to dig out from under two feet of snowfall. crystal lucas got a hand uncovering her buried car from a good samaritan. >> even on a sunny day, they probably wouldn't say hello, but in a team of need, people are here to help. >> reporter: they chip away the mounds of snow ahead of the start of the workweek. steve minecoff spent hours shoveling out his driveway only for passing snowplows to undo what he had done. >> i'm liable to have a stroke now thinking about it. >> reporter: while much of new york city came back to life after record snowfall totals,
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still dealing with unplowed roads. >> we are all wondering what happened to the sanitation department. why didn't they care about these blocks? they took care of the main roads. >> reporter: the impact is also being felt at many of the nation's busiest airports. this family is trying to get home to new jersey in time for her milestone birthday today. airports along the east coast are slowly getting back to normal but hundreds of flights have already been cancelled for today. and so far, more than 1,200 domestic flights have been cancelled for today and many new york city buildings have barricades around them to keep people safe from falling ice. >> i tell you, brian, if you didn't tell me there was a car behind you, i would not have even known. >> i know, right? >> pretty intense. >> it's in there somewhere. we will have the latest on the cleanup from this massive storm that is coming up on "cbs this morning."
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campaign's first votes. donald trump has regained his lead in iowa. the latest cbs news battleground tracker shows the billionaire mogul atop the republican field with 39%. senator ted cruz is second with 34%. senator marco rubio is a distant third. and the race in iowa is neck and neck on the democratic side. senator bernie standards has 47% support compared to 46% for hillary clinton. to mix things up a bit, former new york mayor michael bloomberg is exploring a third-party presidential bid. cbs news has confirmed bloomberg is considering to enter the race if sanders and trump are nominees. seven people were injured on sunday when their americanairlines plane was hit by severe turbulence. the plane from miami to milan, italy, the plane made an emergency landing in newfoundland.
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moments when the plane hit the rough air and suddenly dropped. >> everything went flying and people and -- yeah, it was pretty intense. >> reporter: were there people screaming as a result of the bumps? >> american says three flight attendants and four passengers were taken to a hospital. alaska residents are cleaning up this morning from a powerful earthquake. the 7.1 magnitude quake rattled southern alaska early sunday. it knocked products off store shelves and triggered gas leaks and explosions or fires after the quake and destroyed four homes. there are no reports of injuries, though. the usgs says a 6.6 magnitude earthquake hit overnight in the mediterranean sea. it was felt along spain's southern coast but no reports of any major damage. hundreds of residents in morocco reported damage. a furor asmanhunt is under way for three dangerous inmates
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southern california jail. the police are asking for the public's help and offering $50,000 in rewards. mireya villarreal has the elaborate escape. >> reporter: authorities say tieu and duong and nayeri. sheriff jefferson. the planning was meticulous says sheriff lieutenant jeff halak. >> it seems the inmates cut through the steel bars and cut their way through the plumbing tunnels and ultimately gained access to an unsecure area of the roof. . from the roof the inmates repelled down to the ground. >> reporter: authorities say it's likely they used bed sheets and other clothing to fashion a make-shift rope. after what tools they used to escape, how they got them or if they had help, all those
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>> we are still looking into that. >> reporter: they are also looking at whether a disturbance inside the jail just prior to the nightly head count may have been aroused by other inmates to authorities don't believe they have left the country. they say tips have poured in, sightings. mireya villarreal, cbs news, los angeles. new video from isis purports to showhe a before their deadlyup o m killed 130 people in paris in november. they can be seen carrying out
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including online shopping and renting movies. gas prices continue their plunge. they are now way below the $2 gallon mark. aaa found the national average of gallon of gas is $1.83. it's 17 cents lower than the past month. experts caution the price drop may not be here for long as crude begins to rebound. there is a major management shake-up at twitter. the senior executives are reportedly leaving. the company is also hiring a new chief marketing officer. twitter is expected to make the announcement today followed by plans to add two more board members. twitter declined to comment. the private space company blue origin foundy amazon's ow jeff bezos landed a rocke
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landing and equipped with a crew capsule one day will take people on a orbital space flights. the company began offering flights from the salt lake city airport on thursday. the next day the county sheriff demanded those flights stop. on saturday, uber agreed, despite arguing that there is no permit needed for this flight. >> oh, no. jill, how will we make it to the theater? >> big suvs, i guess, right? >> i think my stretch escalade is in the shop so we will have to figure something out. jill wagner at the new york
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forecast in some cities around the country. here is another look at this morning's top stories. the workweek is off to a messy start for millions on the east coast. the weekend blizzard brought near record snow to major cities. roads are still slippery and transit service is spotty. at least 30 deaths are blamed onch the snow, one stunt man made use thsnowboard, a jeep, and a camera, this guy wenar the n. pretty empty streets.
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under a year to go before leaving office. last week, he spoke with lee cowen and reflected on his time in the white house. >> there are times where you get tired. there are times where you're frustrated. >> reporter: you wonder why you did this? >> absolutely. and, yet, there has not been a day that i have not walked into the oval office and understood that, at no point in my life, will i ever have the chance to do as much good and make as much of a difference in the lives of people as i do right now, and that is precious, and so i'm going to try to squeeze every last little bit of good work that i can while i still have
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for a third term, would you? >> no, i wouldn't. number one, michelle wouldn't let me. you know, this is a big sacrifice and a great privilege, but its takes a toll on family life. this is a process in which the office should be continually renewed by new energy and new ideas and new insights, and although i think i am as good of a president as i've ever been right now, i also think that there comes a point where you don't have fresh legs, and, you know, that is when you start making mistakes or that is when you start thinking that you are what is important as opposed to the mission being more important. >> reporter: how much time do you wonder or spend thinking about what you have done might be undone if a republican ends up in the white house?
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but you discover when you're president is that the institutions and programs and things that you have put in place and filled, if you've done a good job and you've done them sensibly, in some cases, may need tinkering with, can be improved, but if they are good things, they are harder to undo than you think. one thing i'm confident about and maybe why i don't feel obliged to yes or no for a third term is i'm very confident i'll be able to say that things are a lot better now than they were when i came into office, and, you know, it's a pretty good eight years worth of work. >> that was lee cowan reporting. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a look at gender pricing and how women often pay a higher price for the same product as men. plus the ceo of
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studio and we will show you a company that sets up workers on blind dates at the office. that is the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching.
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