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it's tuesday, january 9th, 2018. this is the cbs morning news. bitter rivals come to an agreement. north korean athletes will compete in the winter olympics in south korea. calling on presint trump, special counsel robert mueller may be looking to talk to mr. trump over russian election meddling. >> touchdown, alabama wins! >> roll tide. alabama rallies to beat georgia in overtime to win the college football playoff national championship.
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good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie greene. this morning north and south korea held face to face talks for the first time in two years. south korea says the north agreed to send a delegation to next month's winter olympics in south korea. they met in the demilitarized zone. soldiers from both sides stare at each other just from feet away. ben, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. you know, this really was quite a diplomatic break through given that these two sides have not sat down and looked each other in the eye at a table there for more than two years and both sides got pretty much what they wanted. south korea wanted north korea to agree to attend the olympics. it's been a priority of the south korean president who has called these olympics the peace
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olympics. they said they will send a high level delegation, athletes, performing arts groups. south korea has asked that the two countries even march together in the opening and closing ceremonies although it's not clear if north korea agreed to that. north korea gets out of this looking fairly reasonable compared to their previous behavior of launching missiles and conducting nuclear tests. >> did the issue of north korea's nuclear weapons come up at all? >> reporter: yeah, you would definitely s say that was the nuclear elephant in the room. it did not come up besides just a very brief mention by the south koreans that they would like future talks that touch on issues such as military con fliblgts and the denuclearization of peninsula. we're told the north koreans did not respond to that statement at all, but they appeared to be listening closely. >> all right. ben tracy in seoul. thank you so much. in this country, special counsel robert mueller wants to
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interview president trump as part of his investigation into possible collusion between russia and the trump campaign. that could happen within the next few weeks. that's according to the washington post. meanwhile, democratic leaders are critical of the administration's decision to end protections for some 200,000 salvadoran immigrants. >> washington's announcement that nearly 200,000 salvadorans will lose temporary protected status who live in the u.s. is raising concern that a major source of income throughout the u.s. and families could be separated. since president trump el salvador the is fourth country to lose protection under the program. >> cbs news has learned that robert mueller wants to interview president trump as part of his investigation into russian meddling in the 2016 election. mr. trump's lawyers have already met with mueller's team to discuss possible arrangements. that development came on a day the president mostly spent outside of washington.
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last night the president was in atlanta to attend the college football championship game. mr. trump took the field before the kickoff and even sang along while the national anthem played. earlier the president spoke at a farmer's convention in nashville focusing on how his administration is helping rural americans. >> we're streamlining regulations that have blocked cutting edge biotechnology, setting free our farmers to innovate, thrive and to grow. oh, are you happy you voted for me. >> the president also restated his vow to crack down on immigration. >> we are going to end chain migration. we are going to end the lottery system and we are going to build the wall. >> today mr. trump will meet with senators from both parties to discuss those issues mplts the meeting comes a day after the white house revoked a special status granded to people from el salvador.
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they've been allowed to legally live and work in the u.s. now they have until september of next year to leave. >> on monday the president signed a pair of executive orders aimed at expanding broad band internet access in rural communities. >> thank you, hena. >> this morning some democrats are buzzing over speculation about oprah winfrey and the white house. the talk was sparked by winfrey's speech at the golden globes. >> reporter: to the casual observer the speech was vintage winfrey an emotional commentary on sexual harassment. >> for too long women have not been heard or believed if they dared to speak their truth to the power of those men. but their time is up. >> reporter: but fans thought they heard something more, the crescendo of a campaign address. >> so i want all the girls watching here and now to know
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that a new day is on the horizon. >> reporter: the internet lit up and her long time partner added fuel to the fire telling the la times that winfrey would absolutely run for president if the people want her to. a notable shift from last fall. >> she's lost her mind now. >> when winfrey, who is a special consider respondent for 60 minutes laughed off the notion on cbs this morning. >> there will be no running for office of any kind for me. >> but the democratic field in 2020 is wide open. which could prove enticing for a well known, well funded media mog a larry king in 1999 that winfrey would be his first choice for vp.
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>> she'd be fantastic. she's popular, she's brilliant, she's a wonderful woman. >> what she lacks is political experience, but so did mr. trump and he began mulling a bid back in the 1980s even talking it over with who else, oprah. >> would you ever? >> probably not. i just don't think i really have the inclination to do it. i love what i'm doing. i really like it. >> also it doesn't pay as well. >> no. >> here on capitol hill, democratic reaction to the speculation ranged from cautiously object mystic to downright jubilant. 70% of those respondents also said they didn't think that she should run for president. cbs news, capitol hill. >> well, for at least the next few days the folks in california are watching out for flash flooding and mud slides. heavy rain and wind are expected up and down the coast. some areas could see up to
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4 inches. in southern california more than 20,000 people were evacuated from neighborhoods beneath hillsides. areas devastated by wildfires are particularly vulnerable. >> when you look at it and you think, could these things like cars and things really come down, you know, the road or all the debris? i mean, i've got a house right above me that's totally burnt. >> many of the residents forced from their homes were also evacuated during the wildfires. new york's kennedy airport is still experiencing delays and cancellations due to a combination of rough weather and infrastructure issues. severe winter weather and a broken water pipe snarled air traffic stranding thousands for days. the head of the agency that runs the airport calls it a completely unacceptable performance and promises a thorough investigation. well, the college national football championship game ended with a come from behind overtime win for the crimson tide. >> fire to the endzone,
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touchdown! alabama wins! >> the quarterback connected with smith on a 42 yard walk off touchdown pass it was a freshman to freshman connection. alabama beat georgia 26-23 to capture its fifth national title in the past nine years and the coach's sixth title. i'm sure they're still celebrating. h and m's fashion faux pas. we will show you the hoodie that's causing outrage on social media. and billion dollar blunder. a top secret spacex mission failed. this is the cbs morning news. with office 365, we can all stay connected, from vietnam, to boston, to new york. now with whiteboard, we can all work together at the same time. and 3d in powerpoint shows clients exactly what our cards look like. yeah, having everyone working together on the new teams app is really awesome. seeing all these people react to our cards? that's what makes it
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space sunday is a total loss. it was launched across a spacex 9 rocket from cape canaveral. it failed to reach orbit and is believed to have plummeted back into the atmosphere. he said he can't comment on classified missions. spacex also said it cannot comment. h and m is apologizing for a hoodie and the prognosis for mitt romney. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the salt lake city tribune reports former presidential candidate mitt romney was successfully treated for prostate last year. the cancer was surgely remove and the prognosis is good. the 70-year-old romney is considering whether to run for the senate from utah. the new york times says a fraternity is banned from operating in pennsylvania after a student's hazing death. a judge banned the fraternity for ten years and fined it
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$110,000 for its role in the student's death in 2013. 18-year-old dang was blindfolded, forced to wear a heavy backpack and repeatedly pushed and tackled by members. he was knocked unconscious and died the next day. the washington post reports h and m apologizes for showing a black child wearing a monkey in the jungle sweatshirt in an online ad. it showed the child modelling the hoodie. critics calling it racist. h and m removed the image yesterday. and princess charlotte celebrated her first day of nursery school with pictures taken by her mom. the two-year-old daughter was photographed at kensington palace yesterday. she's headed to her first day at a nearby school in london.
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the s&p gained four, its fifth straight winning session and the nasdaq ended 20 points higher. americans wrapped up borrowing as holiday sales soared. they racked up nearly $28 billion on credit cards. it's generally a sign of confidence in the economy. all told consumer borrowing grew 8.8%, the most in more than two years. two former google engineers are suing the company. they allege google discriminates against white men and people with conservative views. the suit accuses google of shunning employees who deviate from the liberal agenda embraced by management. one was fired last year after he wrote a memo criticizing the diversi diversity programs. and amazon founder jeff bezos is now worth $105.1 billion.
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dessert. parts of the dessert were blanketed with up to 16 inches of snow over the weekend. stroke victims are getting much-needed help in the form of a new device. it just received the green light from the fda and can help improve recovery. >> reporter: 67-year-old oliver is getting back to his routine after a major health scare. >> i would never know you had a stroke. >> yes, i think i made a full recovery and the problem is just with the eyes. >> eighth months ago he was at work when suddenly he couldn't move the left side of his body. he was rushed to the emergency room where doctors used this portable visor to determine he suffered a severe stroke. it transmits radio waves through the brain. it takes just 30 seconds to analyze the fluids. >> the big thing is there's asymmetry when one of the arteries feeding one side of the brain is blocked compared to the
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align, press and unzip. our top story this morning. north korea and south korea held their first face to face talks in two years this morning. north korea agreed to send a delegation to next month's winter olympics in south korea. according to the south korean officials. president trump is defending himself following the publication of a sensational new book. major garrett has more. >> reporter: the people in the white house are like everybody else in the country. what's going to happen here? we don't know from day-to-day. >> reporter: on cbs this morning author michael wolff said there are times when members of president trump's inner circle are so alarmed by his unpredictability and temper they wonder if they should take extraordinary measures. >> they don't say the cabinet is going to remove the president,
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but they do say things like this is -- this is a little 25th amendmenty here. >> if a majority of a president's cabinet and the vice president agree the president is mentally unfit, a president can be removed from office. if the president objects, two thirds of the house and senate must support removal. white house insiders flatly deny wolff's report that they talk about the president's mental fitness. over the weekend mr. trump described himself as a very stable genius. and trumpeted his mental acuity. >> a very excellent student, came out and made billions and billions of dollars. became one of the top business people, went to television and for ten years was a tremendous success as you probably have heard. ran for president one time and won. >> senator lindsey graham ran against mr. trump and lost. >> i think he's a cook. i think he's crazy. i think he's unfit for office. >> and has since changed his
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mind. >> what concerns me about the american press is this endless, endless attempt to label the guy as some kind of cook, not fit to be president. >> we have a cop oi fire and fury at the store for you. >> wolff's book is flying off the shelves but he is not the first to raise questions about mr. trump's mental health. in this 2016 book about mr. trump's mental competency, numerous psychologists and therapists argue, delusional levels of impulse sievety and the come pulses of mental impairment when combined with contempt for the rule of law are ataxic mix. >> reporter: those psychologists and therapists admit they diagnosed from a distance. doing so, they said, out of an ethical obligation to warn the country. president trump will receive his first full physical as commander in chief on friday. a mental evaluation will not be part of the process.
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major garrett, cbs news, the white house. >> coming up on cbs this morning, a closer look at the shortage of iv bags as health officials face a flu outbreak. an actress producer from master of none tells us about her new drama series called "the shy." that's the cbs news for this morning. i'm anne-marie greene. have a great day.
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>> live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news " this morning. >> well if it is not your car windows that need scraping, allow extra time for travel. what it could mean for your morning commute. >> you should believe all of it, that's the alarming thing, that this is all true. >> the author of the explosive new book about president trump is not holding back in a interview with stephen colbert watch he learned during his time inside the white house. >> touchdown alabama. >> and epic over time win, alabama rallies to beat georgia taking home the national championship. well, today is tuesday, january 9th. good morning, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel solomon. it

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