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? ? the race turns to race. >> there has been a steady stream of bigotry coming from him. >> it's the oldest play in the democratic playbook. you're racist, you're racist, it's a tired, disgusting argument also tonight, surviving a tornado. >> he told everyone close the door, it's coming. a drug so powerful it's used to tranquilize elephants. >> you've got tears in your eyes? >> yes. >> because? >> because i'm here and alive and i shouldn't be.
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and theings national park service turns 100. >> we really like watching the wilderness and the animals and yeah, it's fun. ? ? >> announcer: this is the "cbs overnight news." the presidential campaign may have hit a low point yesterday and there are still 74 days to go. the two major party candidates, hillary clinton and donald trump accused each other of bigotry. we have two reports, including with major garret covering the trump campaign. >> reporter: donald trump met with many minority supporters, many brought by the republican campaign. continuing a pattern of taking a minority outreach message to mostly white audiences, he went to new hampshire. >> when democratic policies
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this one tired argument. you're racist, you're racist. >> reporter: it was an attempt to preempt hillary clinton's attack today that trump's campaign plays on racist themes. >> she's not just attacking me. she's attacking all of the december pt people of all backgrounds. >> reporter: and he tries to deflect attention from this comment in mississippi last night. >> hillary c >> reporter: kellyanne conway offered this explanation. >> have you seen what he is called by her and others on a daily basis? >> reporter: and pastor ira said trump's what have you got to lose speech insulting. >> it was ridiculous to think he could appeal to the african-american vote by talking in a condescending way. >> reporter: trump supporter jamall ali said his message
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race. >> if you can talk money, you can relate to donald trump. conway said he's speaking to mostly white audiences because h it can't change. >> major garret, thank you so much. now to what hillary clinton said today and nancy cortes is covering her campaign. >> he is taking hate groups mainstream and helping a radical fringe take over the republican party. >> reporter: clinton sought to tie trump not to the white, but to the alt-white, a white nationnation nation nationalest movement flourishing online. >> this is not conservatism as we know it, this is not
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>> reporter: she argued there are alt-right echoes in his ban on muslim immigrants. >> they'll be out of there so fast your head will spin. >> reporter: and she sited his recent hiring of breitbart chairman, stephen bannon who has described it as a platform for the alt-right. >> to give you a flavor of his work, here are a few headlines they've published "birth control makes women unattractive crazy." "hoist it high and proud, the confederate flag proclaims a glorious heritage." his latest paranoid fever dream is about my health. and all i can say is donald, dream on . >> reporter: trump and his campaign manager accuse hillary
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here, but don't say how. and say it's a way deflect from when she was secretary of state. in italy, the search for survivors continues in three tiny resort villages flattened by yesterday's magnitude 6.2 earthquake. it's been slowed by hundreds of aftershocks. at least 250 people were killed >> reporter: the extent of the devastation in pescara del tronto is seen from above. centuries of history collapsed. in nearby accumoli we joined the few who have a home to return home to. authorities allowed residents a quick trip to salvage what they could.
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francesca dibastiani came to get medicine to help her dad. "i'm frightened but hope to live here again." this afternoon, a strong 4.3 tremor in amatrice stirred up dust and the number of aftershocks is slowing the rescue and recovery effort. each time there's a significant after shock, they have to stop, wait and assess the damage before moving forward. areas called "red zones" are off limits due to the perils state of the structures. you're scared. why? she briefly returned home for
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imagine living here as long as the earth keeps shaking. this mountainous area is prone to seismic activity, but there was almost no earthquake proofing for the buildings. and only 1/3 of beds have been occupied. many are staying with friends and relatives. and the "cbs overnight news"
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? indiana governor, and vice presidential candidate, mike pence left the campaign today to visit kokomo, which was slammed yesterday by tornados. at least one was an ef 3 with winds of more than 150 miles per hour. remarkably, no one was killed. j jericka duncan is in coke no. sfwlrks s >> reporter: a manager told them to run into the bathroom because a tornado was headed their way. >> he saw the funnel and then she shut the door in the bathroom and told everyone, shut the door, it's coming. >> reporter: 21 people were
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twister collapsed the building around them. >> it was devastating and also a relief to know that i came out alive in that. and really, really i shouldn't have. sfwlr >> reporter: as many as 15 tornados touched down across indiana yesterday leaving behind a trail of damaged cars, broken windows and entire neighborhood in shreds. >> neighbors found my dog. she's alive. that's all you can ask r. left of 54-year-old becki sweeney's home where she's lived the past 16 years. >> it is overwhelming but you got to do what you got to do. you can't just lay down and die. god let you live through it for a reason. >> reporter: hannah harris told me she had a guardian angel inside that starbucks with her, her father who died a year ago and she gained another one.
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manager, his name is angel. >> jericka duncan in kokomo. today the makers of the epipen responded to the out cry of the soaring price of allergy treatment. it said it will provide more financial assistancepatients. >> look, no one's more frustrated than me. >> reporter: mylan broken health care seystem is te reason. >> our health care system is in a crisis. it's no different than the mortgage financial crisis. >> reporter: a webcast transcript shows in may 2016, she said "i think you'll see opportunities for us to have that price per pen increase." when she bought it the it price
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and in 2016, increased to $606. the fda rejected a generic and the main competitor was pulled from the market. today celebrity endorser, sarah jessica parker ended her relationship with the company saying "i'm left disappointed, saddened and concerned by mylan's actions." >> seems like a lot of talk, not that sfwlr >> reporter: is it normal? >> there are very few products that go up 30% a year. >> reporter: so this to them was a great drug? >> their single biggest drug is their single biggest profit driver. >> reporter: since 2007, her salary increased from 2.5
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year. the cost of epinephrine in each injecter is about $3. today ohio released a troubling report on drug related deaths. more than 3,000 people died in the state last year from accidental over doses. more than a 1/3 involve fentanyl, a powerful opioid often mixed with heroin. and an even more dangerous drug is now hitting the streets in hoy hi. how long have you been >> almost a month, this time. >> reporter: long time addict, adam mckuchen took what he thought was heroin and almost died. addicts often don't know what's mixed into the heroin they get from dealers but he believes the most recent dose contained
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a french court is expected to rule tomorrow the full body bathing suit worn by some muslim weomwomen, callit a religious display not compatible with french values. >> reporter: the place to see and be seen, the french riviera, but not for tourist, imal. she took pictures from the promenade instead of on the
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"i can't go to the beach with my childr children. i'm by the sea but can't go in it." nice banned the burkini after last month's terror attack by an isis-inspired militant. police can find any woman wearing a burkini or force them to disrobe which is what happened earlier this week when they ordered her to remove her tunic. deputy mayor says wearing a burkini is how is banning the burkini going to make nice more secure and safe? >> the feeling of the people is very important. if you see like that, islamist or something looking like islamist, on the beach, everywhere, you don't feel safe. and so we have rules. >> reporter: he claims the ban has overwhelming support but many beach goers cannot
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about. would you feel scared if someone sat next to you wearing a burkini? >> no. >> reporter: her muslim friend who chooses not to cover up says she still feels targeted by the ban. "i think people should be free to do what they want" she said "i don't see why it should bother anyone." it's sparked huge which is probably why the police, when we were watching and these women arrived, did nothing. they said as a religious symbol has no place in this religiously secular country. up ? your heart loves omega-3s.
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these riences all the time, especially if you take a political stance, if you are a feminist. >> reporter: for months now she has been inundated by online attacks by a hero of the white nationalist movement, alt-right and writer for breitbart news. he disproved of the all-female cast in the remake. his offensive tweets whipped up many of his 300,000 followers into a frenzy and as a result was banned from twitter. >> hate speech and freedom of speech, two different things. >> reporter: after this latest attack, celebrities like katy perry rushed to jones' defense. neither jones or ian opilous
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? ? we end tonight with a priceless feature and treasure. you can help yourself to it. take as much as you like and anytime that you want. it's our national park system and the agency that runs it celebrated a milestone today. >> reporter: in 1872, thomas moran's spectacular paintings of a fantasy-like yellowstone helped lead to the creation of
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park. but it wasn't until 1916, 100 years ago today, that the national park service was created to protect the natural wonders from development. today it oversees 413 sites including 59 major national parks, covering 84 million acres, from great smokey mountains -- the most to the grand canyon, the everglades, and the newest addition, katahdin woods and waters national monument in maine designated by president obama. >> if you're a science person, you can go to edison and be in his lab, as if he had never left. if you're a rock climber, you can hang upside down on yosemite national park on 4,000-foot cliffs.
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can walk through the steps of jackson and lee in the civil war. >> reporter: decades ago, some politicians wanted to turn this old towpath and canal in maryland into a highway. but nature lovers prevailed. today it's the c&o canal national historic park. it runs 185 miles, all the way from west virginia to washington, d.c. and it gets almost five million visitors a year, including the determan family, whose frequent visits have made nine-year-old astrid wild about wildlife. >> we love to see the animals, the turtles, the salamanders, the egrets. we really love nature. >> reporter: but keeping the parks in pristine condition is a struggle. there is a $12 billion maintenance backlog. congress did increase the budget this year, and entrance fees from about 300 million visitors a year do help. but this weekend, there will be no charge for admission, giving all americans a chance to experience a national treasure for free. chip reid, cbs news, washington. that's the overnight news for this friday. and for some of you the news continues. for others, check back with us a little later for the morning news and "cbs this morning."
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york city, i'm james brown. captioning funded by cbs it's friday, august 26th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." he is taking hate groups mainstream. >> the war of word heats up between donald trump and hillary clinton. clinton says trump as a racist while trump doubles down on his claim that clinton is a bigot. >> her policies are bigoted because she knows they will not work. two days after a devastating earthquake, search teams are still looking for signs of life in italy. this morning, the nun who became
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from the rubble. and ryan lochte's legal troubles are mounting this morning. rio police charging the swimmer with filing a false report. 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. in the race for the white house, the focus turned to race. accusations of racial bias were made both by hillary clinton and clinton accused trump of fanning the flames of racist ideology. trump said clinton and other democrats had betrayed black and hispanic voters. a just released quinnipiac university poll shows clinton with a ten-point lead over trump nationally. among nonwhite voters, clinton holds a 62% lead, but among white voters, trump leads by 11 points. weijia jiang has our report. >> reporter: in new york, trump
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and in new hampshire, the gop nominee repeated his minority outreach message and played defense on hillary clinton's accusations his campaign is racially charged. >> hillary clinton isn't just attacking me. she is attacking all of the decent people of all backgrounds. >> reporter: on thursday night, trump doubled town on a comment he made wednesday. >> she is totally bigoted. no question. she has been extremely, extremely bad for african-americans. i think she has been extremely bad for hispanics. >> reporter: clinton referred to trump as a bigot too. accusing him of pandering to the so-called alt right movement mostly made up of white supremacists. >> he is taking hate groups mainstream and helping a radical fringe take over the republican party. >> reporter: the clinton campaign also released this web video linking trump to ku klux
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>> donald trump would be best for the job. >> reporter: weijia jiang, the white house. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk about the election and these latest personal attacks with gerald seib, the washington bureau chief of "wall street journal." this morning, another strong after-shock slammed central italy. it is the latest in over a thousand aftershocks following wednesday's powerful earthquake there. at least 267 people are dead. funerals begin today. nearly 400 others are still hospitalized. for survivors, but hopes are fading. thousands are homeless and a state of emergency has been declared in the quake zone. johnathan vigliotti has more on the recovery efforts. >> reporter: emergency workers in three tiny italian villages are working around the clock, going through mountains of debris, looking for survivors of wednesday's massive magnitude 6.2 earthquake. the scope of the devastation is clear from above.
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hardest-hit town, amatrice before the quake and then after. the area continues to be pummeled by hundreds of aftershocks. a strong 4.3 tremor caused a news camera to shake and sent debris falling from already damaged buildings. for those lucky to survive the quake, this is their new home. these tents have been placed near the towns hit the hardest. some survivors were allowed a quick trip to their homes to salvage what they could. other areas e in. this sister was rescued from a collapsed building. this photo captured the albanian nun after rescuers pulled her to safety. i started to send messages to my sisters that i was safe, she said. i had said good-bye and in the end, it wasn't a good-bye. johnathan vigliotti, cbs news, italy. in this country, governor
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no one was seriously injured when as many as 15 tornadoes rolled across central indiana. some of the worst damage is in kokomo, north of indianapolis. a twister there had winds as high as 152 miles per hour. hena harris was in a starbucks when the storm hit. she and 20 others took shelter in the bathroom. the building collapsed around them. >> it was devastating. it also was just a relief to know that i came out alive in should not. >> entire neighborhoods were leveled. at one point, some 2,500 customers were without power. snorng weather forecasters are keeping a close eye on a tropical system headed toward the gulf of mexico. the area of low pressure is currently located between the bahamas an cuba. the national hurricane center says it could strengthen as it approaches the gulf and florida
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overnight, a car bomb exploded at a police checkpoint in southeast turkey. the blast, in a province that borders both syria and iraq, reportedly caused severe damage to a police station. the health minister says more than 70 were injured. and at least eight officers were killed. turkey state-run news agency says kurdish rebels are behind the attack. there has been another encounter between the u.s. and iranian navy and this time shots were fired. yesterday, a u.s. warship fired three warning sh iranian boat that came within 200 yards of another american ship at high speeds in the north arabian gulf. it was one of three incidents. on wednesday, four iranian boats approached u.s. warships. ryan lochte is charged with falsely reporting a crime by the rio de janeiro police. lochte initially said he and three others were robbed at gun
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he later apologized for poor behavior during an incident at a rio gas station. lochte will be summoned to brazil, but can send a lawyer in his place. if convicted, he faces up to 18 months in jail. the department of homeland security is investigating the breach of comedienne leslie jones' website. the hackers allegedly broke into jones's website exposing naked notes and personal documents. she was ta month with racial slurs and obscene photos. apple has issued a fix for a security flaw in its operating system. the hack is the first-known case of software that can remotely take over a fully up-to-date iphone 6. it's capable of turning on the phone's camera, microphone and snoop and download personal data and track movements. this is just released video of a highway accident in athens, georgia.
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in flames after hitting a tree. when officer dan whitney arrive, a passenger was trapped in the rear seat. despite the intense heat, whitney bent back the door frame and pulled the man to safety. just then, the car exploded. the passenger was saved. but the driver was killed. police in omaha, nebraska, say a nearly naked man who rammed a truck into a parked southwest jet is in custody. a witness photographed the pickup wedged under the southwest plane. police say the suspect had led officers on a bizarre chase after stripping down to his boxers. the pickup crashed into a plane as the passengers were boarding and three people were hurt. the motive is unclear. coming up on the "morning news." changing course. the judge at the center of the stanford rape case asks to be reassigned. photo shop fail. a fashion magazine is under fire for making models look like paralympians.
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? what do you make of, you know, trump's softening his stance on immigration? what do you have to say about that? >> i don't buy it because -- [ speaking in foreign language ] >> vice presidential candidate tim kaine appeared on the late show with stephen colbert. while there is no full translation of his response, it is clear that he ended with spanish for idiot. a fashion magazine is criticized for its paralympics promotion. new fallout for a california judge at the center of a controversy.
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reports the judge in the stanford rape case has requested a move from criminal to civil court. judge aaron persky was harshly criticized for the leniency for a six-month jail term for former stanford swimmer brock turner. turner sexually assaulted an unconscious woman. persky later faced a recall campaign. jackson mississippi clarion ledger reports on the killing of two nuns. police say the 68-year-old women were found thursdast they may have been victims of a break-in. police have recovered their missing car. the nuns worked as nurses, helping the poor in rural mississippi. "wall street journal" reports on new questions about the authenticity of egyptian cotton sheets sold by walmart and other stores. the retailers are investigating whether a major supplier provided imitation cotton. egyptian cotton is known for its
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massive reports that brazil photo shop on models. able-bodied models two actors look like they had disability. it is part of a feature story on the paralympics in rio. both models are reportedly ambassadors for the paralympics committee. the editor and publisher of the "hartwick gazette" wants to retire, so he launched a essay contest. the winner gets the 127-year-old paper. not enough people entered the contest. now the deadline has been extended in case you're interested. still ahead, inspiring images. we will meet a photographer who is on a mission to show the beauty of some special children. because covering heals faster. to seal out water, dirt and germs,
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to ranier national park in w. state. on the cbs "moneywatch." amazon helps you research cars. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning. janet yellen speaks to the world meeting of world bankers in jackson hole, wyoming. some economists believe she will use the speech to signal the fed will resume raising interest rates soon. stocks here on wall street fell on light trading yesterday. the dow lost 33 points and s&p down about 3 and the nasdaq finished five points lower. >>mo whats app says it will share some user data with facebook. whatsapp was bought by facebook two years ago and at the time said the move would not affect user privacy, but yesterday, whatsapp will disclose user phone numbers and data facebook. it allows businesses to contact customers directly through its platform. jetblue is beginning regularly scheduled flights to cuba.
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nonstop service will go from ft. lauderdale to cuban city of santa clara. fares begin at 99 one way. other airlines will begin services to cuba after that. duane johnson, also known as "the rock" was the world's highest paid actor this year. johnson earned $64.5 million from june 2015 to june 2016, ac chinese superstar jackie chan took the second spot. matt damon with 55 million and tom cruise with 53 million and johnny depp with 48 million rounded out the top five. amazon launched a new hub to help customers research cars. amazon isn't selling the cars at least for now. but amazon vehicles include manufacture pricing. customers can compare cars and read reviews. what is not on amazon? i do not know.
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need, even needs you didn't know you had yet. >> taking over the world. >> yeah. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. still to come, britney spears is back. she breaks out the school girl uniform with james corden for some retro hits in carpool karaoke. ? karaoke. dave, i'm sorry to interrupt. i gotta take a sick day tomorrow. nighttime, sniffling, sneezing, coughing, aching, fever, best sleep with a cold, medicine. ? ? with ingredients like roasted hazelnuts and cocoa, nutella adds a smile to any morning. nutella - spread the happy! today you can do everything in just one click, even keep your toilet clean and fresh. introducing lysol click gel.
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forecast in some cities around the country. ? ? hit me baby one more time ? >> britney spears did it again,
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girl version of james corden in the latest installment of carpool karaoke on "the late late show." james, maybe a couple of buttons you might want to do there. eight months ago, a maryland woman started offering free photo shoots to families with special sneeds and -- needs and received an overwhelming response. now she is expanding this project. weijia jiang has reports. >> reporter: when stephanie smith looks through her camera lens at 6-year-old asante allen, she doesn't see a child with special needs, she sees a special side. >> the strength and resilience from these kids has been far more inspiring and touching and moving than any other normal child that i've ever been able to shoot. >> reporter: the 28-year-old says eight months ago, she read a blog post about another photographer who turned down a job because the client's daughter has down syndrome.
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wake-up call. >> reporter: it inspired her to offer photo shoots to families of children who have diseases and other conditions for free. >> turn your body to me a little bit. >> reporter: asante has dwarfism and his twin brother does not. the allen's say people treat their kids differently, but not smith. >> someone is seeing us the way we actually are, rather than as a spectacle or some people to gawk ago. this is a time for asante to show his humanity and to show his funny side and that is the most important thing, to show us as a family, not a special need family. >> reporter: she is a mother herself and watched her sister battle cancer twice which also inspired the project. >> i always knew, like, when that happened, i wanted to find a way to give back. smile! >> reporter: smith named her charity lenses for love, because she says love is unconditional. weijia jiang, cbs news, annapolis, maryland. >> what a great idea.
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a french court is expected to rule today on the burkini that is a full body bathing suit worn by some muslim women. more than a dozen french cities have banned the burkini. debo p >> reporter: the glamorous french rivera, the place to see and be seen. but not this tourist. she took snapshots from the promenade instead of on the beach and afraid of being caught by the police if she wore her burkini. i can't go to the beach with my children, she told us. i'm here by the sea but can't go in it. nice banned the burkini after last month's terror attack by an
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police can fine any woman who wears a burkini or force them to disrope, which is what happened earlier this week when police surrounded a woman here and ordered her to remove her tunic. he says wearing a burkini is a provocation. how is banning the burkini going to make nice more secure and feeling? >> the feeling is important when you go to a place if you see like that, it's something looking like islamists on the beach on the streets, everywhere, you don't feel safe. and so we have -- we have rules. >> reporter: he claims the ban has overwhelming support, but many beach goers cannot understand what the fuss is all about. would you feel scared if someone sat next to you wearing a burkini? >> no. >> reporter: her muslim friend,
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the ban. i think people should be free to do what they want, she said. i don't know why it should bother anyone. the ban has spakred huge controversy, which is perhaps why when we were watching the police and these women arrived, they did nothing. the french says ban of the burkini says it oppresses women and the religious symbol has no place in this country and now the highest court in france will ruled on whether, in fact, the burkini ban is legal. debora patta, cbs news, nice. here is another look at this morning's top story. donald trump says accusations by hillary clinton that his campaign is unleashing the racial fringe in the republican party is an insult to his supporters and an old democratic ploy. clinton says trump is releasing racial ideologies and conspiracy theories. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning,"
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to the clinton foundation. and concerns over possible conflicts of interest. plus, we will meet a unique dog that is helping a hospital battle so-called super bugs by sniffing them out. a globe trotting photographer tells us why the celebration of the national parks has special meaning for him. that is the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching.
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right now on cbs 2 this morning...the new flooding concerns this morning - as iowa rivers swell up. how one couple was able to survive - even though they were caught in the middle of flash flooding. and the new war on words on the campaign trail between hillary clinton and donald trump. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kelly d'ambrosio.kevin barry has the day off. off.

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