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morning. from the broadcast center in new rk city. it's tuesday, january 29th, 2019. this is the "cbs morning news." the mercury is dropping, arctic air invades the midwest bringing life-threatening subzero temperatures not seen in nearly a quarter century. heading to court, former trump adviser roger stone facing charges of obstruction, making false statements and witness tampering. and countdown to super bowl liii.
the l.a. rams and the new england patriots are in atlanta, for the first of many events for the big game this sunday. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters right here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. some of the coldest weather in decades is set to hit the midwest today and the temperatures are life-threatening. windchills in some areas to plunge to 47 degrees below zero. and the dangerous cold is sticking around for days. michigan governor declared a state of emergency. chief meteorologist from wjdz has what to expect. >> well, the arctic air is on the move it will grip the midwest, tuesday, wednesday, into thursday and possibly friday. the problem with this arctic air, it is slow. it's like syrup. and it does not want to move out rather quickly.
windchills that we're concerned about. this cold air mass, by the way, the midwest has not like this s. the windchill is expected to drop to 50 below for wednesday morning and the problem with this arctic air, it will slowly move, but then move across the northeast late wednesday into thursday. and friday. with that cold air moving all the way across the gulf coast, there are winter storm warnings in mississippi, alabama and northern parts of georgia, believe it or not, to the north of atlanta, and then also some additional winter storm warnings to the north of boston and to the north of new york. so going throughout your tuesday into wednesday, several inches of snow expected from jackson to birmingham. folks that are going early for the super bowl in atlanta could pick up maybe an inch of snow. and that snow will be tracking tuesday into wednesday, across the northeast. about an inch in new york, boston and washington, d.c. but then some higher totals to
the northwest of the boston area. i'm meteorologist drew bourgoyne for cbs news. president trump's former campaign adviser roger stone will appear before a federal judge today. stone faces charges that he obstructions an investigation into russian interference in the 2016 presidential campaign. marc liverman is here with more on what stone is saying publicly before his court hearing. marc, good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. roger stone has been speaking to the media basically nonstop since he was arrested on friday. the message that he's putting out there that he's not guilty but that's not what special counsel robert mueller says. >> reporter: former trump campaign adviser roger stone faces prison time, but you wouldn't know it when he arrived in washington for his arraignment monday. >> it's not a bad day. >> reporter: late last week, stone was indicted on lying, obstruction and witness tampering. it alleges he was in contact with several trump campaign officials about wikileaks
release of hacked democratic e-mails. last night on fox news's hannity show, stone insisted he's done nothing wrong. >> there is no russian collusion. >> i had no collaboration with wikileaks. they want to silence me because i want to stand up for donald trump. >> reporter: sarah sanders was asked whether stone, the sixth trump aide reds a threat to the presidency. >> the more this goes on, the more and more we see none of these things have anything to do with the president. >> reporter: when asked whether the president would pardon stone, sanders would not offer a definitive no. she said, quote, i'm not going to get into hypotheticals that are just ridiculous. and yesterday acting attorney general matt whitaker said the special probe and he's also been fully briefed on the investigation. >> marc liverman in new york. thanks a lot, marc. president trump accepted a
new date of february 5th to give his state of the union speech. house speaker nancy pelosi invited president trump to give his address next tuesday. he was originally scheduled to give the speech today, but pelosi postponed it due to the partial government shutdown. margaret brennan will sit down with the president for a wide-ranging interview. yotch it he on cbs er bowliii. and this morning, china's government called on washington to stop the unreasonable crackdown of a chinese tech company huawei. yesterday, the justice department announced indictments on 23 departments of the company. from t-mobile and obstructing justice. >> in 2012, huawei began a concerted effort to steal information about a robot secretly taking photos of the robot, measuring it. and even stealing it -- stealing a piece of it. >> a case filed in new york
alleges huawei committed wire and bank fraud in violations of u.s. sanctions against iran. the new york indictment seeks the extradition of huawei's chief financial officer meng wanzhou from canada. where she was arrested last december and later released on bail. today, china called on washington to withdraw the extradition request. the u.s. is imposing sanctions on venezuela's state-owned oil companies and urging the military to accept a peaceful transfer of power to the interim president. violent protests erupted in recent weeks over the country's failing economy. demonstrators demanded president nicolas maduro step down. national security adviser john bolton said yesterday that maduro and his allies could no longer meet the assets of the venezuelan people. four houston police officers were shot while serving a drug-related search warrant. two of them, the most seriously hurt are in serious but critical condition after being shot in the neck yesterday.
one is 50 years old. on the force for more than half his life. the other is a senior police officer with more experience, and he chose to be with his team in the line of fire, despite being shot on duty several times before. >> most people would call it a day after being shot and surviving. this man is 54 years old. he's a case agent on this case. and he was there in the front line. >> two others injured will go home tomorrow. two suspects were shot and killed by return gunfire from officers. the l.a. rams and the new england patriots are preparing to battle on super bowl sunday. but ahead of the big game, both teams have to face off with reporters. moa mola lenghi is in atlanta with an opening party kickoff last night. mola, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. yeah, weeks of festivities and super bowl parties kicked off in atlanta with opening night. a media frenzy as you describe it that's really become a
national spectacle. super bowl's opening night included cheerleaders, crowds and one very young reporter. they also turned to interviewing members of the new england patriots and the los angeles rams. the quarterbacks were very popular especially the legendary tom brady back for his ninth appearance in the big game. >> you know, you're playing football in front of the whole world. if you can't get excited about that, you probably don't have a heartbeat. >> reporter: meanwhile jared goff is making his first super bowl start. >> you just want to get it over with. >> reporter: rams defensive tackle michael brockers is ready to go. anything surprise you about this week? >> probably how relaxed we are. just as far as, yeah, we understand it's our first time being here. but for the most part, we always believed we were supposed to be here, you know. >> reporter: some players escaped from the annual media frenzy by playing a different game besides football.
this event seems to get bigger and brighter every year. it's now a nationally broadcast event and there are more fans here than ever before. patriots fans are ready for another win. >> come on, winning doesn't get old. >> reporter: while rams supporters think they have the upper hand. >> sean mcvay he's amazing. todd gurley, amazing. jared goff, amazing. >> reporter: it began with the team captains, head coaches and the coveted lombardi trophy which both teams will be battling for on sunday. it's still very early in super bowl week, obviously but based on what we saw yesterday and last night, new england appears to have a slight advantage, a little edge in terms of fan turnout. we've seen a lot more pats fans than rams fans. anne-marie, it's early, and not to mention rams fans have much farther to travel. >> very true. mola lenghi in atlanta, thanks a lot, mola. and you can watch super bowl liii on sunday right here on cbs.
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re> on the "cbs moneywatch," ll oanf e frkiuit hanalthl is york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, diane. >> good morning, anne-marie. well, with a rough start to the week for wall street, u.s. indexes dived last week after a weak forecast from two major american companies. four projections for industrial giant caterpillar and nvidia are investor anxiety about a slowing economy in china. the dow sank 208 points, s&p dropped 20 and the nasdaq 79. o market committee begins two days of meetings today. the central bank will discuss strategy around monetary policy. fed chair jerome powell and other members are expected to keep interest rates on hold, following a high glass december. another hike is not expected until midyear. fresh peaches, nectarines
to possible listeria contaminatn. the fda says vandenberg, inc., issued the warning. the recall affects thousands of fruit products distributed to companies including aldi, costco and walmart. 18 states were impacted by the recall. no illnesses were reported at this time. boeing may be nearing a $3.5 billion deal with japan's largest airline. the manufacturer is reportedly in talks with a & a airlines to sell 30 boeing 737 max jets. a deal would be announced later today. it would be the newest version of boeing best-selling 737 fleet. and sonic drivethrough restaurant is adding deep fried oreos to the menu. the new option called oreo a la modeludes hot battered and fried oreo cookie served with v.
the treat mimics a decadent item that's usually found at a fair. it's available until march 4th. the fast food is also launching another from cinnamon called cinnasnacks. anne-marie. >> okay. so, i don't know how many of these you get, but i looked up the general calorie count for five of those oreos, it's nearly 900. i'm not saying you can't eat it. but i'm just saying plan accordingly. >> i guess, if peaches are out, fried oreos are in? i don't know. >> i like your thinking, diane king hall. thank you very much. diane at the new york stock exchange. still to come. seeing double. an oklahoma couple with twins gets another surprise the same year. ets another surprise the same year. but quilted northern is not a bouncy castle. it's just really nice toilet paper.
what that means for customers and wildfire victims. plus: the board has spoken. now... an oakland middle school will be forced to close down. this morning: parents and teachers react. and a san jose sunday school teacher hit and killed by a driver. this morning: the suspect still on the loose. the big lead police are following.
in oklahoma, a couple is seeing double twice. college sweethearts asia mccauley andvis daliet sr. had two sets of twins in the span of one year. that is really rare. they had their first set of twins in april 2017 when they were students at langston, university. the twins were born 23 weeks early and spent three months in a neonatal icu. another set of twins were born premature, 11 months later in march of last year. all four kids are said to be happy and healthy. and their parents are very busy. an ohio couple is showing off their team work. they're two of the employees making every football by hand for sunday's super bowl. donna and mark conley are one of å0 people working at the wilson sporting goods factory in aida. every football has been made there. they met at the factory 30 years ago. >> we met making autographed
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learn the signs at autismspeaks.org. our top stories this morning, some of the coldest weather in decades is set to hit the midwest today. and the temperatures are life-threatening. arctic air will grip the midwest all week. windchills in some areas could plunge to 47 degrees below zero. the frigid air will slowly move across the northeast and affect the gulf coast. president trump's former campaign adviser roger stone will appear before a federal judge today. stone faces charges that he obstructed a congressional investigation into russian interference into the 2016 presidential campaign. stone insists he's done nothing wrong. and the l.a. rams and new england patriots face off with reporters on super bowl's opening night.
the quarterbacks were very popular, especially the patriots' tom brady who is back for his ninth appearance in the big game. rams' quarterback jared goff is making his first super bowl start. in killeen, texas, people came f mes a say icanve net. janet shamlian has more. >> reporter: it was bumper to bumper outside of a texas cemetery as more than 1,000 strangers put their lives on hold to honor an air force veteran. 72-year-old joseph walker died alone. but people were determined he would not be laid to rest alone. >> today, we're not strangers. today, we are family. i don't have a whole lot of information, but it doesn't matter, because once upon a time, like a lot of us other vets, he signed a blank check for our nation. >> reporter: a state agency put
out this all-call for the funeral hearing no one would attend as the veteran had no family or known friends. they need not worry, the appeal went viral. a plane performed a flyover. the flag draping his coffin carefully folded and presented in his memory. as the man of whom little is known, just that he served in the air force in vietnam, was buried with full military honors. even without loved ones, he would get the sendoff every service member deserves. in fractured times, the best of america, ensuring no hero is forgotten. janet shamlian, cbs news, houston. coming up on "cbs this morning" former starbucks ceo howard schultz joins us in studio on more on his potential independent run for president. plus, new developments in the lawsuit that takes aim at
the makers of the oxycontin. and members of the family who own the company. and a super bowl preview, dana jacobson talks with philadelphia eagles coach doug pederson and ron rivera on what it's like from the inside. that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. ♪
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interesting day. we've had sunshine for so many days and today coming in to work, i actually had raindrops on my windshield. >> had to use the wiper. >> it is 4:30 on the dot. let's get this tuesday morning started with a check of traffic and weather. a little bit of rain. we can handle it. no big deal. at least the not two week of it. >> yeah, we'll catch a bit of a break during some parts of our week. how about that? >> good. >> we are looking at a few weather systems moving in that will bring the rain. high-def doppler and you can see that light in moving across the bay area. so we're getting some sprinkles, very light rain. you might need some windshield wiper going for you as you head out the door. we are looking at light rain for the north bay. you can see that from petaluma, novato, down through mill valley, richmond there and then down across th