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captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, january 10th, 2018. this is the "cbs morning news." heavy rains slam southern california, triggering deadly mudslides, leaving more than a dozen dead. >> the fire was bad enough, but never did we think we were going to go through the mud. the daca program will go on as president trump and lawmakers try to come to an agreement on immigration and border security. a federal judge temporarily revives the program that protects young immigrants. >> that is
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and a teacher is arrested after questioning the school board's pay policy at a school board meeting. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. this morning folks in southern california are trying to dig out after mudslides killed at least 13 people. helicopters rescued more than 50 people from rooftops like this family in santa barbara saved by the coast guard. an unknown number of residents are still unaccounted for. dozens of homes were swept away or damaged by the fast moving flood or water that uprooted large rocks and entire trees. thousands were ordered to evacuate in santa barbara, ventura, and los angeles counties. tom wait has our report from ventura, california. >> reporter: rescue workers continue to pick through mud and debris as they look through
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survivors. as night fell, an unknown number of residents remained unaccounted for following monday's mudslides. >> so loud, it was just a constant roar. >> reporter: there have already been son-in-law dramatic rescues made of people trapped in the mud for hours. >> it looked leaker known a battlefield. it was literally a carpet of mud and debris everywhere. >> reporter: this disaster began with a storm that dumped nearly 9 inches of rain in just 15 minutes. the water triggered mudslides on the hills left barren by wildfires. >> this is way scarier than that. at least fires, you can see them coming. >> reporter: evacuation orders had been ordered below the santa ynez mountains but it's unclear how many heeded the warning. >> when i heard about the evacuation yesterday, i thought, i couldn't
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i didn't think it would be this bad. >> reporter: several roads were covered beneath mud including this one, the 101. it's now closed until further noticed. today's forecast calls for clearer weather in the region, but the cleanup and recovery is expected to go on for weeks if not months. tom wait, cbs news, ventura, california. late last night a federal judge temporarily blocked president trump's efforts to block daca. california and others have sued to prevent the president from ending the deferred action for childhood arrivals program. daca and immigration reform top the agenda during a meeting between the president and congressional leaders yesterday. hena doba is here in new york with the details. good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. president trump appeared to be open to hashing out bipartisan immigration reform on tuesday, suggesting lawmakers focus on daca first. but late last night a
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president trump's decision to protect daca or so-called d.r.e.a.m.ers. >> this should be a bipartisan bill. this should be a bill of love. >> lawmakers face a march 15th deadline to address the end of the program to alowell lou so-called d.r.e.a.m.ers, brought to the u.s. illegally as children to stay and work. >> house republicans have a bill ready to go. >> it's going address daca in a permanent way, not a temporary short-term thing. we're going to address the border enforcement and security. >> president trump says daca deal will only happen if it includes a green light to build a border wall. >> there's not a democrat that is not for having secure borders. >> the trump administration is
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for more border security and to build a wall. >> if you don't have the wall, you cannot have security. it just can't happen. it doesn't work. >> democrats pressed hard to get the daca deal done first. >> what about a clean daca bill now with a commitment that we go into a comprehensive immigration reform? >> we're going to come up with daca and then we can start immediately on phase 2. >> president trump suggested to lawmakers they focus on daca first before tackling comprehensive immigration reform, which has been an ongoing challenge in congress. and adding to the pressure, an ma reerks republicans need democratic votes by january 19th to prevent a federal shutdown. >> all right. hena doba, thank you very much. well, questions this morning about the treatment of women -- a woman by a louisiana school board. deyshia hargr
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removed from monday night's vermillion parish school board meeting. we're going have that story a little bit later for you. as the president signals his willingness to work out his reform deal, his hard-lined former chief strategist steve bannon left his job. bannon left the right wing website just days after his comment about the president and family publish in a book led to a very public falling out with the pr and hesident and his all and the testimony of the key figure in the fusion probe has been rehired. fusion gps hired a former british spy christopher steele to do that work. fusion founder glenn simpson testified that steele had
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concerned the russian spies had information on president trump. it was california senator dianne feinstein who released simpson's testimony. >> i think people are entitled to know what was said and the lawyers also wanted it released. i see no problem with releasing. >> the president has maintained all along that there was no collusion between russia and his campaign. alright. back to that story about that teacher. questions this morning about the treatment of a woman by a louisiana school board. middle school teacher deyshia hargrave was forcibly removed from monday night's vermillion parish school board meeting. >> that was it. >> you just pushed me to the floor. >> she was handcuffed and jailed after she questioned pay policies. the school board said she talked out of turn. she was released and no charges file
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investigating. spacex falcon 9 said it did everything correctly and suggestions otherwise are categorically false, but the mission failed. david martin has details. >> mission, lift-off. >> reporter: the launch was success. >> we've had successful lift-off of falcon 9 zuma. >> reporter: but it died. the satellite code name zuma failed to achieve its intended orbit and crashed into the indian ocean, a total loss. it was launched sunday night by a rocket made by spacex. elon musk said he's out to revolutionalize space technology. the second stage carried the satellite toward what was supposed to be a low earth orbit from which it could carry out its intelligence
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saying after review of all data to date, falcon 9 did everything correctly on sunday night. but northrop grum monday which made the zuma satellite remained silent saying it could not comment on a classified mission. it appears the satellite failed to separate from the rocket second stage. an airline pilot took this picture of what is believed to be the second stage over africa as it descended toward earth, presumably taking the satellite with it. the spiral-like effect is commissioned by fuel. we don't know the value of what was lost or how much minute cost. david martin, cbs news, the pentagon. coming up on the "morning new news", from lawman to lawmaker. a former sheriff launches senate aspirations. and vacations go downhill. thousands of tourists are trapd in
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heavy snowfall traps thousands of tourists in the swiss alps. it closed roads, trains, a skeend slopes. those who wanted out were airlifted out by helicopter. north carolina's district will soon be redrawn, and a controversial sheriff runs for office. "the arizona republic" says former sheriff joe arpaio is entering the u.s. senate race. the 85-year-old is entering a republican primary battle to take the seat of senator jeff flake who is retired. arpaio lost his re-election to his post. president trump later pardoned him. "the charlotte observer" said judges in north carolina struck down the state's election
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districts in congress for gerrymandering. they claim they drew district lines to favor their party in elections. lawmakers have until january 29th to draw new maps for approval. "variety" says norm times canceled an event today with james franco over allegations of sexual misconduct. women made the allegations against the actor. this comes after he won a global globe award sunday in for his role in "the disaster artist." the "times" said it was no longer comfortable with discussing his event on the move. on monday the astronaut tweeted he had grown 3 1/2 inches since arriving in space last month and yesterday he made a mistake and said he stretched only 0.7 inches from his earthbound
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here's look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. some schools close in cold weather, but one nursery school in britain nerve shuts its doors because it didn't have any. teri okita takes us to the first outdoor spring school. >> reporter: when it's story time at dandelion nurs
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students take a seat in the mud. and when it's time to play, the only toys children have are the ones they make themselves. two former primary school teachers created this unique outdoor school experience. >> the amount of learning, you can hit every area in the foundation stage. >> reporter: 3-year-old george has been coming here for the last year. his favorite part? >> get mucky. >> get mucky. is that fun. >> yeah. >> reporter: from building forts to forging friendships. teachers say the learning never stops. >> you want a big huge bus or car, then you have to get your friends to help you drag the logs and move the straw bails. >> reporter: philosophy is part of the curriculum.
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students wiggle their fingers when they want to speak in order to be heard. >> you can silence them because they think it's the right or wrong answer. >> reporter: rain or shine, everything happens outdoors including lunchtime. >> roy's your favorite food to eat? >> bananas. >> reporter: teachers say their students are resilient and learning more independence each day. ter teri okita, cbs news, norfolk, new england. john dickerson will join norah o'donnell and gayle king. >> i'll go from starts sunday morning to starting early five days a week. the prp will be politics which i'm studying now and everything else that's happening in the country and all the things that we deal with on ctm. so it will be a lot more varied and a little earlier, but it will just as fun.
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again and we are in the 40s today but 60s by friday and mary is standing by with a first look at your forecast midweek. good morning. we are tracking all of these weather changes for you. 43 0 outside right now with a few clouds and winds around 5 miles per hour. temperatures will get up to around 45 0 today. it will be cloudy by 6 p.m. this evening with temperatures down to 39 0. the better rain chance is tomorrow around lunchtime. we will also begin to see clouds taken up by 8 a.m. thursday morning. by thursday afternoon showers will sneak into the area. by tomorrow evening
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this get closer toward dc. the drive tomorrow afternoon will likely have showers. we have a few construction but for now we are just looking at a disabled vehicle on the outer loop of the beltway. the construction is up on the top side and comes back to normal after the holidays. a federal judge blocks president trump's decision to and the daca program. >> california is another state to have its decision overturned. daca was designed for people who brought into the u.s. illegally as children to stay in the country . president trump's lawyer filed a defamation lawsuit against
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russian dossier last year. the lawsuit comes after senator dianne feinstein received -- released a transcript of that interview with colin simpson. he cofounded fusion gps who paid for the dossier. today we could learn with mike pence who has been tapped to for the winter olympics. president trump could amount -- and out the others as soon as today. the state department says there is no plan to meet north korean officials. good wednesday morning everybody. thank you for joining us. >> thank you for waking up with us this morning. we are going to get
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40s today. let's check in with mary marshall who is standing by. good morning everyone. most of us are waking up with temperatures in the 30s. this is what we have in store today. 45 0, still cool but not quite as cold as the previous days. 41 0 by noon and warty five 0 by 3 p.m. with clouds. temperatures will fall to 39 0 by 6 p.m. this evening. the better day to get rain will be late thursday heading into friday and i will show you what that looks like. thursday morning it is cloudy and dry. by the afternoon a few areas will be some of the first places to get rain drops in the afternoon. during the eventh
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45 0 today and 54 0 tomorrow was showers late. friday is a washout but warm with high temperatures at 64 0. out on the roads it is looking okay, 95 northbound we are starting to see some volume out there. armor commute is starting to pick up already otherwise we do not have any accidents. there is a disabled vehicle on the outer loop and an issue on the top side which is construction. two officers have minor injuries after a chase and crash involving a stolen police cruiser. it all started when a suspect stole that cruiser, an officer chased the suspect


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