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that are so good, the sellers can't even tell them apart. for more news, downl d our a it is tuesday october 26, 2021. this is the cbs morning news. covid vaccine meeting. in hours the fda panel will meet to discuss shots for kids as young as five. a deadly mall shooting in idaho. at least two are dead after shots ring out. what authorities know about a motive. wicked weather. the northeast gets slammed today. we head out west to see what was left behind by that bomb cyclone. one of the strongest storms in that region's history. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne marie green. today, a key fda panel could
pave the way for 28 million children to get vaccinated. the advisory committee will meet to discuss emergency approval for pfizer shot for kids ages 5 to 11. laura, this is a decision parents across the country have been waiting for. >> they sure have. the decision comes as some adults continue to push back against the vaccine including here this new york city where police officers are suing the mayor for being forced to be inoculated by friday. >> the panel could give a green light for the vaccine for children as soon as today. >> it will make it a lot safer for me to go outside and have fun with my friends and family. >> jarren monroe is already vaccinated as a trial participant.
if the cdc endorses the lower dose vaccine, about 28 million children would be eligible. those shots could go into the arms of 5 to 11-year-olds as soon as next week. scores of adults continue to push back. >> we apparently live in the land of the free, home of the brave. so how free are we? >> new york city has filed a lawsuit against the mandate which would require all officers and city workers to get at least one shot by 5:00 p.m. friday or take an unpaid leave of absence. >> and more mandates for visitors to the u.s. a new order states starting november 8, most foreigner's entering the country must be fully vaccinated and show proof before boarding an airplane and have to test negative for the virus before the flight. >> getting back to children
getting vaccinated. it is pfizer looking at approval first. and moderna will be next. saying its vaccine produces a response similar to that in adults and adolescents. a horrifying scene in a shopping mall in idaho. a flurry of gun shots left two people dead and four injured. among injured is an officer responding to the scene. >> gun shots rang out in the mall. initial reports of shots fired were made to police before 2:00 p.m. units on the scene in minutes. >> officers encountered the suspect and there was an exchange of gun fire resulting in the officer's injury and the suspect being taken into custody.
>> the mall was cleared while officers went store-to-store searching for other victims. >> we believe there is no other threat to the community at large. >> no idea why the gunman targeted the mall. >> we really cannot speak to any motivation behind it. >> the entire mall was closed after the incident. it was not immediately clear if the victims were customers or employees. police say the alleged shooter is listed in critical condition but that person has not been identified. today, the northeastern united states will be slammed by a northeaster following a storm that hit the northwest.
>> what blue through northern california and the northwest is being described as epic and historic. it left behind a major rock slide covering a high way in california that could take days before it is cleared. listen to these gail force winds ripping through the golden gate bridge if san francisco. it even lifted up this semitruck. >> thousands without power and over a foot of water. all of that from an atmospheric river, so it is called. all the way from hawaii to northern california right in the bull's-eye. march than five inches of rain fell in sacramento making it the wettest day on record and in
fran francisco, the fourth highest rain day since ever recorded >> the dixie fire north of sacramento had been burning since mid-july. scorching nearly 1 million acres and destroying nearly 13 million structures. last night, finally, it was declared contained. president biden says he's hopeful congress will reach a deal this week on his build back better agenda after his administration proposed new taxes on billionaires and certain corporations to pay for it. senator joe manchin whose vote is critical seems to be on board. >> we are all working in good faith. i think we've got a good understanding of each other now better than we ever have. >> the president was in new jersey touting his proposal to
address climate change and social programs. he heads to europe later this week to attend a global climate change conference. new details are emerging about the assistant director on the shooting on the set of alec baldwin's new movie. learning dave halls was fired from a movie in 2019. halls let go after a gun unexpectedly discharged on the set. halls told investigators he did not know live rounds were in the prop gun he handed to baldwin. baldwin is cooperating with investigators. new internal facebook papers reveal top executives new the platform spread misinformation and failed to act at times. interventions to cleanup the site were stifled by key decision makers.
it finds a researcher set up bogus account and saw only conspiracy theories and lies. the documents were provided to congress by whistleblower francis haugen. facebook denies any wrongdoing. and joaquin "el chapo" guzman wants a new trial. he claims jurors were tainted by media coverage of the trial. sentenced to life in prison after found guilty of running one of the world's largest and ruthless drug smuggling operations. the un emergency council is holding a meeting today on the coup in sudan. hours after troops arrested the prime minister. thousands of people took to the streets to protest the coup that threatens the country's shaky progress towards democracy. the biden administration has
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our top stories this morning. an fda advisory committee is set to meet today for emergency approval for the pfizer shot for kids ages 5 to 11. this could pave the way of the vaccine being available to children as early as next week. and two people killed and four injured at a shooting in a mall in idaho. among injured is an officer. the suspect is in critical condition. no immediate indication about a motive.
the most common surgical procedure, appendectomy. now showing patients can delay removal and receive treatment with antibiotics instead. >> years ago, she ended up in the emergency medical center. >> i was in so much pain, so much so, i wanted to vomit. >> usually, appenidicits. now saying anti-biotics can be a first line treatment. >> if you present to the emergency department, you have options. from surgery or antibiotics. >> a coauthor on the largest ever randomized clinical trial. 1,500 patients received either
an appendectomy or antibiotics. in the first three months 7 to 10 avoided surgery. four years out, half had surgery. creating this online tool helping to discuss pros and cons. >> we are hoping this helps empower people to have discussions about the option that makes the most sense. >> heather chose antibiotics. >> they didn't make me feel great. i was tired and there was a metal test. but after i finished, i went on and feel fine. life went back to normal. >> she is grateful she was able to make an informed decision about her health. coming up, tony award winner
alan coupling talks in his first tv interview about his new memoir. and filmmaker ava duvernay joins us to discuss her new collaboration with colin kaepernick. >> and discussing with priya krishna and her new book about cooking at home. that's cbs this morning. i'm anne marie green. have a great day. his morning. have a great day.