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captioning funded by cbs it's monday, september 26th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." the stage is set for the first presidential de clinton. the controversy over the faces in the front row and a look at what each candidate needs to do to call it a win. seven majors, an army of fans, three civilian honors, and one signature drink. the golf world loses the king as arnold palmer dies at 87. watch the kids play little league, something like that,
>> he was more than a miami marlin. jose fernandez was the pride of cuba and a symbol of strength. the tributes around the league to the young ace who was killed sunday in a boat crash. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm meg oliver in for anne-marie green. the tv ratings could reach a super bowl level and its potential impact can't be measured. tonight's be the pivotal event of the tumultuous presidential campaign. jamie yuccas is at the site of the debate in hempstead with a look at tonight's showdown. >> reporter: good morning, meg. i have to show you we are 17 hours away and the student body is pumped up here at the hofstra university to host the first of three presidential debates, but these are two of the least liked
take a the stage at a debate. they will have 90 minutes to overcome big hurdles with no breaks. a new "the washington post" abc news poll has hillary clinton and donald trump in a dead heat heading into tonight's debate. experts say the outspoken republican nominee trump will have to demonstrate policy expertise. >> his best lines of attacks are anything that her trustworthiness. and global disorder. trump has to overcome people think the country is headed in a wrong direction and a huge disadvantage there. >> reporter: it hasn't stopped the two candidates from going after each other before taking the stage here at hofstra university. clinton is putting mark cuban in the front row and trump threatened to bring gennifer flowers who said she had-affair an affair with bill clinton. now they say she won't be there. the vice presidential candidates
are the best scenarios for their running mates at the debate. >> need to hear from these two candidates and i hope and trust that the moderators will just facilitate that. >> fair is fair. you have to hold them to an even standard but we are going to see who can answer the specific questions. >> reporter: the buildup to the 90-minute debate could mean more viewers than carter versus reagan in 1980. with clintnd each other on the debate stage and ready to rumble. the momentum, too, meg, is just going to keep going over the next few days. hillary clinton is going to head to north carolina for a campaign stop. while donald trump heads to florida for a rally. >> jamie yuccas in hempsteady, new york, thank you. ahead on "cbs this morning," a debate preview with our "face the nation" political experts, current moderator john dickerson and former host, bob schieffer.
being remembered for how he played the game and how he changed it. palmer died yesterday of heart complications at a pittsburgh hospital. he lifted golf to a new level. >> a heartfelt thank you to our four-time masters champion, mr. arnold palmer. >> reporter: golfing trail blazer arnold palmer was known simply as "the king." he learned the game from his father who was a greens keeper at a golf course in pennsylvania. after serving in the coast guard, palmer returned to the game he loved. his first tour win was the canadian open in 1955. palmer is credited with making the game popular in the '60s and built a fan base known as arnie's army. >> i'd like to think and truly believe that golf and golfers are both some sort of human values that symbolize so many americans. >> reporter: over the course of his distinguished career, palmer would go on to win 62 pga titles
including four masters. in 1968, palmer became the first golfer to reach a million dollars in earnings on the pga tour. and he was more than a golfer. he was also a drink. the namesake of the refreshing mix of lemonade and ice tea. palmer was also the first athlete to be awarded three civilian honors -- the presidential medal of freedom, the congressional gold medal, and the national sports award. >> i have had some feeling about awards, members of congress and, in fact, i'm particularly proud of anything that the house and the senate agree on. >> reporter: following the news of his death, golfer jack nicklaus said in a statement the arnold transcended the game of golf. he was an icon. arnold palmer was 87.
was generous to others. thanks for the memories, arnold. tiger woods wrote thanks, arnold, thank you for your leadership, counsel, and a lot of laughs. your philanthropy and humility are a part of your legend. it's hard to imagine you in golf about you or anything morning the king. shocked miami marlins fans are mourning the death of pitcher jose fernandez. the 24-year-old and two other men were killed early sunday when their boat struck a jetty in miami harbor. investigators who pulled the going full speed. brook silva-braga has more on his rise from cuban defector to big league all-star. >> jose fernandez was remembered across the baseball world sunday as an all-star pitcher. but even more so, for the spirit of brought to the game. >> when you watch kids play little league or something like that, that's the joy that jose played with. >> reporter: the 24-year-old and
morning after their 32-foot boat crashed into a miami jetty. >> it does appear that speed was involved due to the impact and the severity of it. >> reporter: the miami marlins ace was named rookie of the year in 2013, just five years after defecting from cuba. fernandez failed to reach the florida coast three times. on his fourth try at age 15, he had to rescue his mother from the sea after she fell overboard. they made it to mexico and tu >> it's just a dream. all of south florida and all of the cuban americans, his story is representative of hope and of love and of faith and no one will ever let that story die. >> reporter: a moment of silence was held before each major league baseball game sunday, except in miami, where the marlins game was cancelled and fans left tributes outside. brook silva-braga, for cbs news, new york.
killing five people at a washington state mall will make his first court appearance today. arcan cetin was captured saturday evening. he has not yet been charged in the shootings. a neighbor who knew him in high school says he is creepy and obnoxious. >> i put a taser on my desk right next to my door because i didn't -- i didn't feel safe and if i would see him and he would say something, i wouldn't say anything. or i'd scoff a i wouldn't look at him. >> officials say cetin immigrated from turkey and a legal permanent resident. more than half a dozen criminal cases have been filed against him the last three years. protests persist over the killing of a black man by police in charlotte, north carolina. several hundred demonstrators marched through the city. police released video excerpts on saturday showing the fatal
but people are demanding all video be made public. protesters scuffled briefly with football fans leaving panthers football game at bank of america security. local police were reinforced by the national guard. the curfew imposed by the city on thursday when the protests turned violent was lifted last night. iowa communities are donating filled sandbags to cedar rapids as it braces for flooding. the swollen cedar river cuts through the heart of the city and is expected to crest waterloo and other cities up north already weathered the flooding. the river goes through the heart of the city and expected to crest tomorrow. high water shut stores and roads in cedar falls as the river reached its second highest level on record. coming up on the "morning news." home hometown hero. we will tell you about a homeless man who saved hundreds of lives after finding pipe bombs at a train station. and here at last. the opening of a new museum essential to the history of
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the ringing of the 130-year-old freedom bell, president obama officially dedicated the smithsonian national museum of african-american history and culture on the national mall this weekend. >> it is an act of patriotism to understand where we have been. >> on hand ceremony, celebrities and dignitaries, including former president george w. bush who signed legislation authorizing the construction of the museum in 2003. >> this museum tells the truth that a country found on the promise of liberty held millions in chains. that the price of our union was america's original sin. >> the 400,000 square-foot
3,000 artifacts on display. >> a homeless man who discovered bombs in new jersey is hailed a hero. the fight in aleppo is set to take a bloody turn. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. "the new york times" reports that the u.n. security council fears that russia and its allied are remobilizing to roo take the city of aleppo. the council believes it's a street-by-street flight. fight back. aleppo is home to about 2 million people. 250,000 of them in rebel-held territory. the buffalo news reports the ntsb will be at the crash scene today of a mid air collision in western new york. the two small aircraft collided sunday over north collins. three people were killed. they were the only ones aboard the planes. the wreckage left a debris field over a quarter of a mile long. the las vegas review journal says a suspect is in custody in
suspect's credit card was declined at the drive-thru. witnesses claim the man came inside the store where he got into an altercation with the victim. "the washington post" reports the homeless man who discovered bombs last week at a train station in new jersey is getting off the streets. they were among several allegedly planted by ahmad khan rahami. they have found lee parker an apartment. parker and his friends discovered the explosives inside a backpack and go fund me page has raised money to split between the men in the coalition. a food company has reached out to parker about a job. up next, a thrilling sendoff. legendary sportscaster vin scully calls his final game at dodgers stadium. >> and would you believe his
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the team's big moments for 67 seasons. vin scully made the call yesterday as los angeles won their division. scully thanked the fans before his final game at dodgers stadium. >> believe me when i tell you, i've needed you far more than you needed me. >> regarded as baseball's poet laurie laureate, the is the longest tenured broadcaster with a single club in pro sports. on the cbs "moneywatch." jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good monday morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning. wall street back to work this morning. the fed's decision not to raise interest rates boosted stocks last week despite a slump on friday. the dow gained 140 points for the week.
weekly performance more than two months. the nasdaq rose 61 points. a speech by elon musk tomorrow could conjure echoes of john f. kennedy moon mission pledge. he is expected to speak tomorrow in mexico. spacex outline his idea for a decade. musk previously mentioned plans for a spaceship that can carry 100 people to the red planet. google's new messaging app is off to a flying start. users apparently aren't both by privacy concerns raised by tech watchers. the app collects a lot of data and info from users. edward snowden calls it google surveillance and warns against using it. snapchat is introducing glasses that will record and share video. spectacles can record what you're seeing in ten-second video clips and then upload it to snapchat. they will go on sale later this
name to snap because it has more than one product. the old west is the new thing at the movies. "the magnificent seven" topped north american box offices. the remake of a classic 1960s western. "storks" was second with more than 21 million. and "sully" was third. >> jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. still ahead, a great run >> sunday morning has been, without a doubt, the most satisfying 22 years of my life in broadcasting. >> charles osgood signs off from "cbs sunday morning" one last time and introduces us to his
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i will see you on the radio. i want to thank you all. you're a wonderful audience and i also want to thank all of these people. >> a changing of the guard for the cbs news family. charles osgood hosted his final "cbs sunday morning" yesterday. osgood retires after 22 years as anchor of the award winning broadcast. succeeding osgood is jane pauley, a decorated in her own right. >> thank you so much, charlie. i am honored, beyond words, to follow in your footsteps. but enough about me. i have news about your bow tie. the bow tie you are wearing right now is bound for the smithsonian national museum of
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the revelation that a new san francisco skyscraper is leaning and sinking has added new concerns about the safety of other tall buildings, especially in a city prone to earthquakes. john blackstone reports. >> reporter:is the naked eye, of course, but the 58 story millennial tower is leaning six inches to the northwest and it's been sinking. so far, by 16 inches. it's just one of the new skyscrapers that have risen above san francisco in the past decade and it's raising questions about the others. >> i have a growing set of concerns. >> reporter: aaron pesky on san francisco board of supervisors held a hearing to determine what
other new skyscrapers. >> the answer today when i asked that question was an honest answer -- we don't know. >> reporter: one issue? a 2009 letter that shows city inspectors knew the building was sinking and leaning before it was occupied. >> i do not recall exactly what precipitated my writing of that letter. >> do you ever recall seeing any similar kind of a letter ever written by the department saying it's come to our attention that your building is sinking faster than expected and tilting? >> not in my recollection. >> reporter: although both city inspectors and the developer knew the building was sinking, it was not disclosed to buyers of the million dollar plus condominiums. yvette davis represents the homeowners. >> my testimony originally said we hope all of those who are called will come to participate in the spirit of cooperation and truthfulness. i'm sorry to say what i heard
mayor is creating a task force to study the city's high rise building codes. the millennium tower and other new skyscrapers here are largely built on land that was once under water, part of san francisco bay, and it was filled in more than a century ago, but it's the kind of land that can be particularly unstable in an earthquake. john blackstone, cbs news, san francisco. here is another look at this morning's top stories. golfer arnold palmer is being remembered for how his brilliant playing career popularized the sport. palmer died yesterday of heart complications at a pittsburgh hospital. he was 87 years old. and we are just hours away from what could be the turning point of the presidential campaign. the first face-to-face debate between hillary clinton and donald trump. a new poll has the two in a dead heat heading into tonight's debate in hempstead, new york. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on donald trump's possible ties to russia, as questions
live, from colorado's news channel, this is cbs 4 morning news. >> 4:30 right now. good morning, everybody, this is the news, monday sachet 26, i'm alan gionet. >> i'm brith more eveno. monday morning now. forecast is looking like what we are starting off with cool temperatures, frost advisory for 9:00 a.m. for areas to the north and south and east of denver. all that kind of blue on the screen. temperatures between 32 and 36 degrees this morning. a little chilly to start the day. 46 here in denver, 45 in boulder. 37 this morning in wray. 47 in limon. 34 in avon and aspen this