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cbs 2 this morning. breaking news overnight about a nuclear test in north korea. the latest developments about how easy some experts say it would be to hack into the 2016 election. the presidential candidate taking care of a warrent for her arrest before an appearance in iowa this weekend. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin barry. barry. let's get a welcome to "cbs 2 news" this morning. we are looking at i380. and h avenue.
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traffic on the ground, road conditions are looking pretty good. turn the headlights on, though, not ideal driving conditions. our next cold front. for now, we have some patchy fog in the area and temperatures in the 60s. it will be cloudy today with a few showers possible north of highway 20 this morning and a better chance for storms area wide after 3
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developing right now tensions are espeicially high in the korean peninsula.north korea just had their fifth and largest nuclear test. test.it was first detected as a five-point-three magnitude earth quake in the same spot as a nuclear test in january. state media in the isolated country touted the successful
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arsenal.they also say it was in reponse to stronger international sanctions handed down earlier this year.leaders in china -- japan and south korea all condemned the nuclear test. that comes as president barack obama is leaving a nearly week long trip to asia.he arrived in washington early this morning after he was briefed about this latest test on air force one.white house press secretary josh earnest says the president will continue to work with u-s allies in asia to make sure there are ser consequences. at the capitol -- president obama has invited the top four congressional leaders to a meeting next week. week.it hasn't been officially announced -- but sources in the white house say republican leaders senator mitch mcconnel and speaker paul ryan -- along to a meeting next week. nancy pelosi have all been invited.the meeting is expected to focus on the agenda for the final months of the year -- especially the presidents push to ratify the trans-pacific partnership and
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in the race for the white house - donald trump will make another visit to iowa next week.the republican nominee will hold a rally at the seven flags even . >> >> donald trump will make another visit to iowa, holding a rally at the seven flags event center in clyde on tuesday. doors open at 9:00 in the morning and the event is scheduled to start at noon. this is trump's third visit to you the state since july. for ticket information, head to our website. have hillary clinton took time attacking trump on the campaign trail a day after the two par participated in the commander in chief forum. she blasted his praise for russian president. state republicans are defending trump's comments about puten. trump called him a strong leader, critics say his remarks were insensitive.
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gop chairman that tried to separate the policies from the qualities. >> i think talking about leadership, i don't know that is a valued judgment on that particular person. this week on "iowa in focus" we dig deeper, taking a look at the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks federal officials are dismissing the idea hackers could easily manipulate this year's election, officials say incidents involved foreign hackers. the fbi direct tried to calm the fears. >> the american voting system disbursed on the 50 states and it's clunky. a lot of people have found it
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that it's not a swift part of things, so, it is hard for an actor to reach our voting processes >> department of homeland security secretary said it would be difficult for cyber hackers to change a ballot related to vandalizing construction equipment. equipment.she and her running mate have been charged with criminal trespass and mischief. the charges stem from their she and her been charged with criminal mischief. stein said she is not the real criminal. >> we will go there to face our charges and i'll just say that the real criminal here, the real vandalism is the the desecration of the lands that had just taken place. it's the release of attack dogs onto peaceful protesters.
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the pipeline will detroy their ancient burial sites. protests are expected to continue along the pipeline's route. the nearly $4 billion project will carry oil from north dakota to illinois. this is video from a demonstration last weekend in sioux city. and go to an undisclosed spot to protest dedication ceremony for a cedar rapids post office to recognize a fallen member. iowa's congressional delegation pushed for the name change it was passed by congress and signed by president obama earlier this year. is scheduled for saturday --
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americans were introduced to the original star trek.this weekend -- fans from around the world -- will celebrate five decades of the space franc. franchise.riverside -- in washington county -- is known as the future birthplace of captain james t. kirk.to honor the 50-th anniversary -- the town's post office will dedicate the new star trek forever stamps.fans say it's about time the series gets this kind of honor. for them to be able to come up with something like this to commerate this i think it's a great thing and i wish they'd done it a lot sooner. this weekend's stamp event gets underway at 9 tomorrow morning at the riverside post office.for more information -- just head to our website, cbs 2 iowa dot com. it's and right now in it's de. degrees.coming up next...the summer treat that's great for adults -- but that you need to keep away from the kids. kids.in your cbs 2 weather first forecast we have...
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. bob kidder, owner, new england shirt company: this factory has been here since eighteen eighty-three. we have over sixty people here making shirts labled made in america. s from mexico, his coats from india. trump's products have been made in twelve other countries because he says there's no place in america that he can make them. well there is. you know donald trump says he'll make america great again while
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it feels comfortable now.. but the humidity will be rising throughout the day today. warm air is welcome back. good morning, happy friday. it's 6:11, right n unfortunately, we do have some more rain to deal with for today and we also have more another front moving through tuesday increasing the chance for rain... then we cool down
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two favorite summer treats have now been combined. combined.brook silva braga shows us the challenges in making alcohol-infused ice crea. cream. pkg(nats melissa tavvs giving samples)"it's liquor infused ice cream, it has alcohol in it."before melissa tavvs could hand out samples of her tipsy scoop ice creama&(nat/sot)"it
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rum" she had to solve a riddle of chemistrya&how to mix booze into ice cream and get it to freeze.(sot melissa tavvs/founder and ceo, tipsy scoop) i think the first recipe was basically a milkshake which isn't bad (brook:) no, it was probably delicious(melissa:) but we really wanted it to be a true ice cream after dozens of tasty missteps she mixed up a batch with especially high butter fat. it froze and tipsy scoop was born.(melissa tavvs/founder and ceo, tipsy scoop)"this is raspberry limoncello sorbet"tavvs isn't alone snobar sells alcohol infused ice cream and popsicles in nine states, they also ship thema& mercer's wine ice cream is available in more the code. snow bar serves it in 20 states. tipsya& chemisty and the law keep the alcohol content to 5% by volume. shoppers have to be over 21a& getting in stores has been a state-by-state struggle(sot melissa tavvs) "it's still kind of iffy. they're still working out the
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for about 10 dollars at markets including some whole foods-six-packs ship for $75a& a luxury for times when dessert or a drink isn't quite enough.(sot melissa tavvs) "this is kind of good for a post-break-up kind of treat." brook silva-braga, for cbs news, new york it's now on this morning.and if you're in it's degrees. degrees.after the it's 6:16 on this friday morning, if you are waking up with us -- coming up after the break, we check in with the guys from eye on the hawk for the most important story lines to watch out for during this
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the wind brought water to prairie farms. then windmills went away, but the wind remained. chuck grassley thought it was time to bring the windmill back. without the grassley legislation, and his effective leadership, the wind energy industry would not have succeeded. now, more than thirty one percent of all the electricity in iowa comes from wind. these turbines don't just produce clean energy,
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and good paying manufacturing jobs have come to iowa for that energy. iowa produces more of its energy from wind than any other state. it started with a simple idea and the renowned work ethic of one senator. senator grassley is literally the father of the modern wind industry. grassley works.
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tomorrow all eyes will be on >> >> welcome back. it's 6:19 on this tri-morning. tomorrow, all eyes, iowa state and iowa time. "cbs 2 news" sports writer -- previewing the rivalry game last night on "eye of the hawk"
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"i on the hawks" airs every thursday over on fox 28 at 6- thirty - but if you missed this week's episode - you can watch it agai the game - at 8 a-m - also on fox 28. it's right now it's degrees in just ahead...one of the friday morning, 67 degrees, mostly cloudy in waiverly, just ahead on "cbs 2" this morning, one of the biggest story lines coming out of the that has nothing to do with what happen during the game moisture is on the move, we have showers and thunderstorms starting to approach the northern border of the stay and
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6:26 on this friday morning, it is foggy out there, especially along an south of highway 30 this morning. visibility has reduced in lynn county and is reduced below a right now. in venton and near johnson and iowa counties, so take it slow on the road, turn on the headlights, give yourself extra time. north of highway 20, likely seeing showers and thunderstorms moving through and we could have rain persist there for several hours. everyone will see a break in the afternoon hours and then another line of showers and thunderstorms will start to develop after about 4:00 or 5:00 in the afternoon.
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this weekend and temperatures will be cooling down for saturday and sunday, including for the sky hawk game on saturday and we warm up by monday, rain chances increase by tuesday and we are cooling down wednesday and thursday of next week east coast already has plenty of traffic to deal with. this tractor-trailer crash did >> pennies were on the truck. they are being stored until they can be made into money. >> copper spread out all over the place. turns like the whole truck is
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morning...the developing story about the backlash fo right now on "cbs 2" this morning, the developing police are reacting to one n-f-l quarterback the latest details about how police are reacting to one nfl qb protesting the national anthem. >> welcome to "cbs 2" this morning. a live look at the river, south of cedar rapids, plenty of fog coming down the roadways. be sure to turn the lights on. leave following distance.
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welcome to "cbs 2". i'm kevin barry. kelly has the morning off. let's take a check of our forecast, it doesn't look great out there no, we'll have fog that it feels comfortable now.. but the humidity will be rising throughout the day today. warm air is moving back in ahead of our next cold front. for now, we have some patchy fog in the area and temperatures in the 60s. it will be cloudy today with a few showers possible north of highway 20 this morning and a better chance for storms area wide after 3
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an update on a story cbs 2 news told you yesterday about a casting controversy in the an actor who can hear will play a deaf character in theatre cedar rapids' october show called "tribes". "tribes".cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson joins us now live at the theatre kevin, tcr is getting a lot of pushback from the deaf community because they beleive the theater did not do a good job promoting it to them. the theater's choice to use an actor who can hear has caused a lot of conversation on social media among the deaf
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- no deaf actors auditioned. but members of the local deaf community tell cbs 2 news---the casting call was written in english--the deaf community uses american sign language to communicate. they say the theatre didn't do enough to reach out to them. we believe that any injustices tcr may have committed were not intentional. we think it just comes with lack of awareness, lack of understanding what resources are available and not undesrtanding options today t-c-r's artistic director will artistic today t-c-r's artistic director will meet with members of the deaf community in cedar rapids. both parties hope to form a partnership to improve the play and the portrayal of the main deaf character "billy." "billy."the play opens october 21-st.covering the corridor in cedar rapids stephanie johnson
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the university of iowa is celebrating a big milestone tod. today..the new hancher auditorium will open its doors to the public for the first time since the original building was destroyed in the the new auditorium will open their doors to the public for the first time since the original facility was destroyed in a flood in 2008. there are 1800 seats in the auditorium, a new dressing area the ribbon cutting will be followed by the open house. right now, there are performances schedules. university of iowa hosted a speaker that stopped 200 people from taking their lives at the golden gate bridge. kevin briggs is visiting during national suicide prevention awareness month. he said an important part of
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out there. if you or someone you love needs help, say something. >> don't suffer don't suffer alone. get some help. there is alot of people out there if you need help, we have resources or our website the count is finished, while college students dig in for the fall semester, iowa state tops the list again for state enrollment with more than setting another record. university of iowa checks in at 33,000 students, 1,000 more than last year. enrollment at uni is down a little bit. students and fans from the both schools will flock to the city. last night, hawkeyes and cyclones came together to fight a common foe.
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the homeless. so far, they have donated 5,000 meals. >> all we have felt this week is love. we feel that iowans come together with love for their neighbors. they see the people around them with a need and they step up. the goal is to collect 10,000 meals if you are going to the game tomorrow, wear the right color. fans in the odd section are asked to wear black. fans in the even section are asked to wear gold the nfl is finally back. season kicked off with a rematch of superbowl 50 in denver. carolina jump out to the early lead, leading in the half. broncos came back, scoring 14 in the fourth quarter, carolina
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game to win. this field goal to the a little. broncos win on opening night 21- 20 before kickoff, all eyes on the national anthem and the one bronco that stood with collin kaepernick, not standing. number 54, you see him there. >> my fraternity exteammate. i believe in what he is trying to do. i believe in his action. he said he isn't against the police or military and he plans to make donations to the programs that promote veterans. the 49-ers just built their new stadium.about 70 officers from the department usually work at each home game and are paid as stadium security.the union says
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claira police department work the home game. some officers may boycott security duties. >> board of supervisors voted against expanding a hog farm on wednesday. joe explains they -- that does not mean the operation won't grow. >> reporter: they have had pigs for a long time there have been on this farm for 50 plus years. we are a family operation. >> reporter: that depends on your definition of "big" and they are hoping to double 5,000 to 8,000 is the normal. we are at 1,500 females. they are going to 3,000. >> reporter: county supervisors voted against the expansion, saying it's just under the number of animals that require
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>> this is roughly two miles away from the city -- it would impact neighbors, schools. to have odors drift by you every once in a while that's absolutely the case but when you're talking about a concentration of mass animals it changes things11brett shulista s >> when you are talking about a congregation of mass animals, it requires changes. we have been existing with this operation for 10 years and no issues, expect any issues going forward. >> reporter: and he doesn't need county approval for that >> forwarded onto the highway department of natural resources. they review it and are the ultimate decider on whether or not this family farm can expand their operations. >> reporter: he said his farm has to grow to stay competitive. as long as he gets the dnr approval, he plans to move forward with the expansion this
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there are still some "cbs 2" to come, but we are taking a look at what is going on fox 28 morning live. the big way drones a making construction workers safer and the major slipup that has some questioning the legitimacy of representative johnson. that's coming up right now, moisture is on the move, humidity is starting to rise and we have some fog in the area reducing the vi highway 20, now starting to reduce visibility in blackhawk county near waterloo.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. he wears it like a crown.
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is shirts in bangladesh. his ties in china. and his suits in mexico. in fact, the real donald trump outsourced his products and jobs to 12 different countries. so don't believe the hat. you can't make america great again, if you don't make things in america. it feels comfortable now.. but the humidity will be rising throughout the day today. warm air is moving back in ahead of our next cold front. for now, we have some patchy fog in the area and temperatures in the 60s. it will be cloudy today with temperatures climbing close to 80 for highs. a few showers are possible north of highway 20 this morning.. there will be a better chance for storms area wide after 3 pm. some storms could produce locally heavy rain and gusty winds as they move through this evening. it will be dry it's 64:23 on there friday morning, we are waking up to fog in parts of eastern iowa. this morning, south of highway
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it's locally dense fog, but it is starting to spread. when you are heading out the door, be sure you give yourself extra time. leave plenty of 0 space between you and the car ahead of you. visibility is going down. it could be reduced below a half mile in spot. definitely use caution, take extra time out there. you might want to keep the rain gear handy as we head through the day. especially north there is moisture on the way and chance for showers and thunderstorms further down to the south. we are seeing evidence of warmer air with temperatures that have been rising throughout the morning. 70 in cedar rapids as i mentioned, there are showers and thunderstorms located to the north that have been ongoing in parts of minnesota, moving into wisconsin and starting to approach the northern parts of iowa and it is pretty slow moving, but does
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some lightning, could produce gusty winds as they move through and parts of really areas north of highway 20 could be seeing several hours of rainfall this morning and we could be seeing some rain, mainly at account that could continue up until about the lunch hour and could stretch as far south as waterloo, but is likely going to confined. parts of chick saw reemer counties this morning. later on is 4:00 is when everyone has a better chance of seeing showers and thunderstorms. that will start to move through the area after 5:00. we could see some impact to the high school football game later on tonight as the line of showers and thunderstorms moves through and reaches a central part of the viewing area, close to 9:00 or 10:00 and will continue to move out and we'll dry out for the night, tonight. for the football games, scattered showers and thunderstorms in the area and it's going to be pretty widely-
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some impacts if there is lightning out there. otherwise, cloudy, muggy, warmer, with temperatures close to 73 degrees by kickoff. this is all because of a warm front lifting across the area this morning and a cold front moving through later on today. behind it high pressure will be moving in and much drier and nicer air will be filtering in for this weekend, including the luck game that is on saturday evening and temperatures will be at 67 degrees. it's going to be very nice and comfortable and actually a little bit on the coolid well as temperatures fall really below average for this time of the year. today, we are going to be warm and muggy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms cooling down saturday, sunday, with highs in the 70s, lows to be in the 40s saturday night and the 50s for several nights in a row. we warm up close to 80 by monday rain chance back up on tuesday and temperatures back down wednesday, thursday thanks, rebecca taking a look at some of
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time.the department of corrections fired michael kane for alleged rules violations that haven't department of corrections fired michael cane after they accused him of rules violation. the state reversed that decision last month a new cedar rapids grocery store is starting to hire workers. the chain specializes in organic groceries, a grd opening is scheduled for november. the company has plans to open locations in iowa city and cedar falls next year. teaming up. bruegger's bagels and jamba juice. this is the first time those companies have opened a cobranded location good morning to you, 6:46 on this friday morning.
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i'm patty judge, and if you don't think washington has changed chuck grassley, try and ask him. the senate is broken. why are you leading all the obstruction? if you get your way and defund planned parenthood, where am i going to get my cancer screenings? if i'm paying more for medicine because your medicare plan passes, how do i afford that? are you even listening? i approved this message because, chuck,
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welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your??????? your??????? welcome back. 6:49 taking a quick look at the visibilities outside. it doesn't look bad as you go south. of a mile -- is that a quarter of a mile, rebecca? a quarter of a mile iowa city, davenport down to a half mile that's what you are dealing with on your morning commute. this is a live look at i380 and u.s. 30 south where those two roadways cross. not bad. we were taking a look further developing right now tensions are espeicially high
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developing, right now, tensions especially high in the korea peninsula. north korea had a nuclear test. it was first detected as a 5.3 earthquake in the same spot as the earthquake in january. state media is elevating the country's arsenal, saying it was in response to a stronger are international sanctions handed down this year. leaders in japan, all condemn the nuclear test >> >> that all comes after president obama left after a week long trip to asia. he arrived in washington, d.c after he was briefed about the latest test on air force one. white house press secretary said the president will continue to work with the allies in asia to make sure there are serious consequences at the capital, president obama has invited top four congressional leaders to a
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announced, but republican leader mitch mcconnell, speaker paul ryan along with harry reid and house minority leader nancy pelosi have all been invited. the meeting is expected to focus on the agenda for the rest of the year. federal officials are dismissing the idea that hackers could manipulate this november's elections. there have been sera concerns about recent threats to voter registration systems like arizona and illinois. both incidents involved foreign hackers. the fbi director tried to calm the fears. >> the american voting system, it is disbursed on the 50 states and it's clunky as heck. alot of people have found it
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beauty of that, it is hard for an actor to reach our voting processes. department of homeland security j johnson said it would be difficult for cyber hackers to change a ballot count even if they did, somehow, get into the data bases. green party's jill stein said she will head back to north charges from their role in tuesday's protest against the dakota pipeline. but stein said she is not the real criminal we will go there to face our charges. i will say the real criminal here, the real vandalism is the desecration of the lands that had just taken place. it's the release of attack dogs onto peaceful protesters
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said the pipeline will destroy their ancient burial and prayer sites. a federal judge is expected to rule today on this university of iowa students have a chance to step you to the challenge of being a police officer. every year, university police are hired to keep the campus safe. this year, their role is expanding. students can gain experience in law enforcement helping to monitor the building and campus. they have the along other law enforcement agencies during football and basketball games. they will be in uniform, but they won't carrey weapons. >> i feel it's good as long as the students don't have weapons. it will be fine. a little walkie-talkie -- i think that's effective university of iowa police said flynn with any major can apply. they are looking to fill 70 positions.
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. bob kidder, owner, new england shirt company: this factory has been here since eighteen eighty-three. we have over sixty people here making shirts labled made in america. but donald trump's brand of shirts come from china, his suits from mexico, his coats from india. trump's products have been made in twelve other countries because he says
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here are the three stories you he's taking the shirts right off our backs. need to know to start your frid. friday.a dedication >> welcome back here are the top three-stories you need to know to start your friday. a dedication ceremony for the cedar rapids police department to honor a iowa's congressional delegation pushed for the name same it was passed by congress and signed by the president earlier this year. sargeant pastor served several tours before he was killed in july 2011 a deputy prison warden that was fired has been reinstated, now and given $40,000 in back pay. he has been given a raise, an extra vacation and sick time.
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accused him of rules violations that have not been released. the state reversed that decision last month the new hansher auditorium will open their doors for the first time since the original building was destroyed in a flood of 2008. there will be a ribbon cutting this weekend we are going to weekend ahead. right now, we visibility issues on the road. we have a chance for showers and thunderstorms throughout the day, today. >> have fun at the hawk game if you are going. check to see what section you
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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is friday, september 9th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning.? breaking overnight. the world condemns north korea's newest nuclear test. the outlawed nat can now send a warhead on a ballistic missile. hillary clinton and donald trump accuse each other of dangerous foreign policy views. trump's campaign manager kellyanne conway and clinton's running mate tim kaine both here in studio 57. >> captain sully sullenburger returns to the hudson river and telling charlie how the flight 1549 changed his world. we begin this morning with a

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