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news and be sure not to miss "cbs this morning." from the broadcast center in new from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm scott pelley. captioning funded by cbs it's friday, october 14th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." these claims are all fabricated. they are pure pickion and they are outright lies. >> after several women came forward, accusing donald trump of sexual assault, he is slamming back and slamming journalists and assaulting his accusers. >> take a look. you take a look. look at her. look at her words. you tell me what you think. i don't think so. i don't think so. an impassioned plea. first lady michelle obama trashes trump, without ever
beings behave and this is certainly not how someone who wants to be president of the united states behaves. the suspected new york and new jersey bomber makes his first appearance before a judge from his hospital bed. 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. well, trump has declared all-out verbal war on just about everybody. in his first speech since several women accused him of sexual assault, trump attacked his accusers, the political staeb stability, the media, and hillary clinton. a new "wall street journal" poll of likely voters finds clinton leads trump by four points in north carolina. trump lead clinton by one point in ohio.
after the tape of trump using lewd language surfaced. hena daniels is here in new york. >> reporter: good morning. just 24 days until the general election and donald trump says these attacks by clinton and the media is a conspiracy to derail his presidential campaign. this as the republican nominee continues to deny a series of sexual assault allegations against him calling the women who came forward in various publications this week horrible liars. donald trump spent thursday on the defensive, amid a slew of sexual assault allegations leveled against him by several women this week. he took particular aim at one of them. a writer for "people" magazine who says the republican nominee forcibly kissed her during an interview at his florida estate in 2005. >> you take a look. look at her. look at her words. you tell me what you think. i don't think so. i don't think so. >> reporter: yesterday, melania
an episode from the article, claiming the writer had a conversation with her outside trump tower following the incident. >> these attacks are orchestrated by the clinton's and their media allies. the only thing hillary clinton has going for herself is the press. >> reporter: as running mate mike pence came to trump's defense. >> i can say with certainty that donald trump has denied that any of those actions that have been alleged have ever occurred and i believe him. >> this is disgraceful. it is intolerable. obama issued her most searing attack yet of the republican nominee. >> it doesn't matter what party you belong to. no woman deserves to be treated this way. none of us deserves this kind of abuse. >> reporter: clinton's campaign continued to be dogged by hacking yesterday, as wikileaks published more e-mails to links to her campaign. some of the exchanges reveal tension between top aides and issues over how to deal with
trail again today, holding a fund-raiser in seattle. trump will hold two events in north carolina. the two candidates faced off in their third and final debate in five days. anne-marie? >> hena daniels here in new york, thank you so much. for the second day in a row, president obama will campaign for hillary clinton in ohio. last night, the president spoke to democrats in columbus and said republicans who are now disavowing donald trump stood by silently for too long. >> at the very last minute, when finally the guy that they nominated and they endorsed and they supported is caught on tape saying things that no decent person would even think, much less say, much less brag about, much less laugh about or joke about, much less act on, you can't wait until that finally happens and then say, oh, that's
>> the president accused republicans of creating a swamp of crazy by not challenging unfounded and hateful rhetoric. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk about donald trump's latest outburst with his running mate, indiana governor mike pence. the man accused of setting off bombs in new york and new jersey made his first public appearance since last month's attacks. yesterday's hearing concerned a shoot-out with police. ahmad rahami is being held on over $5,000 bail. kenneth craig reports. >> reporter: ahmad khan rahami appeared on video from his hospital bed in new jersey. he pleaded not guilty to the attempted murder of police officers during a shoot-out last month that ended with him in custody. his attorneys were at his bedside in hospital scrubs, as rahami answered the judge's questions. >> total bail on the amount of complaints is the amount of
>> yes. >> reporter: two policemen were injured in the shoot-out. rahami has separately been charged of planting the bomb that exploded in the chelsea neighborhood of manhattan, injuring 31 people, as well as the pipe bomb that exploded at a charity race in new jersey. the 28-year-old is a u.s. citizen but born in afghanistan. investigators say his blood-stained journal included references to rahami has been in the hospital since his capture during which he was shot between eight and ten times, but authorities have not released details on his condition. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. well, it appears there was no loss of life or serious injury in bermuda where recovery efforts are under way following a direct hit from hurricane nicole.
from bermuda this morning, still packing 100-mile-per-hour winds. nicole surged across the island yesterday knocking out power and flooding homes and peeling off roofs. winds up to 115 miles an hour rocked the island, snapping trees and tearing boats from their moorings. hurricane force winds are possible in the pacific northwest the next few days. a pair of storms is hitting the west coast with a potential of wind gusts up to 100 miles an hour. in seattle, heavy downpours last night caused roadway flooding. emergency shelters were open and the storm is expected to be the most severe tomorrow night. the governor of north carolina says his state has a long recovery ahead following hurricane matthew. flooding remains a big problem. the town of princeville is under water. surging water went around a dike that was supposed to protect the town. some 55,000 north carolina residents remain without power. the storm hit last week. at least 22 people have died in
southeast. a new zika zone has been established in miami. little river is a one square mile area just north of little havana. five people have been infected there. the wynwood neighborhood has been cleared. it's the third miami area neighborhood where mosquitoes have transmitted zika to people. pregnant women are advised to avoid travel to the outbreak area and the cdc says they should suspend nonessential travel to the rest of miami-dade county. challenging chris christie over the 2013 bridgegate traffic jam scandal. a judge, yesterday, said the man's criminal complaint against the governor can go forward. the man says christie knew about the lane closures and didn't stop them. >> chris christie did everything that i alleged he did and everybody knows it. it's frightening. how are the government is being turned against the citizens and
>> a christie spokesman said the governor was not told. it now goes to a prosecutor appointed by christie. two former christie aides of accused of closing the lanes to punish a political rival are now on trial. in baseball. the dodgers called on their ace to wrap up the national league division series. >> the los angeles dodgers are headed to chicago. >> clayton kershaw came in with runners on first and second in the bottom of the ninth to get l.a. beat the washington nationals 4-3. it was kershaw's first major league save and first relief appearance in seven years. the dodgers open the national league championship series saturday against the cubs in chicago. coming up on the "morning news." airlines tackle the risk of fire from phones. we will show you how planes are being equipped with special containment bags, amid the rash of overheating devices. a party like it's 1999 for a
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peace deal with the leftists but the voters rejected it. the cease-fire will last until the end of the year until talks resume. "the new york times" reports on the release of 21 nigerian girls who were kidnapped by islamic militants and among 100 girls seized from a school in 2015 by boko haram. it is believed the rest of the girls have died. airlines are taking steps to handle mobile devices that overheat. planes are being stocked with fire containment bags. a phone that caught fire forced the evacuation of an airliner earlier this month. m-live of michigan shows how a judge tossed off his robe to subdue a belligerent suspect. >> put your hands behind your back! [ bleep ] right now! >> the suspect rejected after a judge gave him a year in jail for stalking. the prosecutor said he appreciated the help.
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facebook comes to your tv and a big holiday hiring spree at amazon. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning. concerned about the world's second largest economy sent stocks lower on wall street yesterday. bank stocks plunged after a steep climb on china's exports. layoffs continue at hp. it's cutting about 4,000 jobs next year. hp cut 3,000 jobs this fiscal year. more people are using smartphones. the company hopes to build business by selling more high-end computers. now you can watch facebook video on your own tv. facebook added apple tv and chrome cast support so watch a facebook video using your smartphone and then send that video to a supported device hooked up to your tv. facebook is starting with ios and plans to add android
amazon is planning to add 120,000 workers this year. 20% increase from last year. the seasonal positions are at sorting centers and other sites and will be in about 27 states. the national retail federation expects that online shopping will rise 7% to 10% over last year. if you haven't booked your holiday airline tickets, you may have missed the cheapest fares. christmas flights were at their lowest prices last week. the window for thanksgiving flight is a bit larger to surprise are expected to be stable this month, but you should be sure to book by halloween. >> get on it. grandma wants to see you! jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. still ahead, turning your finger into a phone. we will show you how new technology uses your body to
phone companies used to urge people to let their fingers do the walking. if you know what that reference is, then you're showing your age. now technology lets the fingers do the talking. marlie hall shows us how it works. >> it's a little hard to believe. >> very awesome technology. high-tech watchband on your wrist. >> it's so weird. how can you do it? >> reporter: can turn your finger into a phone receiver! >> it's amazing! and if i take it off, it stops! >> reporter: the signal band can attach to a smart watch or a classic watch. blue tooth connects it to your phone and when someone calls, the sound travels from your wrist to your finger. a mike in the band picks up your voice.
device in south korea. >> it translate into a vibration so it can pass through your hand and your finger all the way up to your ear so then it becomes a sound again. >> reporter: the technology is still being perfected. right now, the sound is a a little while muffled, especially in places like here in times square. several tech companies have come up with ear devices making it easier to talk, like apple's the another one you can nod your head. an ear piece can be controlled by pushing a button or even nodding your head. >> you'll find increasing ways to interact through the phone. >> reporter: the signal device is not for sale yet. you're actually hearing through your finger? >> yeah. yeah. that is weird by itself. good invention. >> reporter: it's expected to be available next year, with a price tag around $150.
there is a growing consensus inside the u.s. government that russia is behind cyberattacks on state voting systems. jeff pegues takes us inside arizona's effort to counter the threat. >> reporter: the hacking attempt on arizona's voter database st when an elections worker opened an e-mail attachment. >> very scary staff. >> very scary stuff. >> reporter: michelle reagan, arizona's secretary of state, >> very scary stuff. >> reporter: michelle reagan, arizona's secretary of state>> . >> reporter: michelle reagan, arizona's secretary of state, says it was malware meant to attack these servers holding the voter information of 4 million people. >> we had a cybersecurity team in place. >> reporter: reagan was alerted by the fbi. experts believe the russian government is to blame. what was your initial reaction?
we have never had a worry about foreign invaders coming in and trying to mess with our confidence in our election system. >> reporter: arizona, illinois, florida, and nearly two dozen other states have seen similar scanning, probing, or breaches of their election systems. >> the russians have a different doctrine than what we do. >> reporter: for over a decade, jim lewis has visited the u.s. government on cyber attacks. >> they are using information as a way to achieve their political goals. they don't need the red army any more. they have the internet. >> reporter: president vladimir putin and other senior russian officials have denied involvement, calling u.s. accusations nonsense. >> the biggest thing we were worried about was did they take any information? >> reporter: reagan says she is confident the voter database wasn't compromised. but she says the attacks continue. in september, alone, officials here say that there were 192,000
about 11,000 of them posed a serious threat. reagan and 32 others secretaries of state have asked the homeland security department for help. >> i liken when you're being invaded by russia, you don't call in your national guard. "i need the army. at some point you have to say, "i need the army." >> reporter: voting machines are not connected to the internet. but throwing confusion into an already contentious election, that is a lot easier and that is what officials believe the russians are trying to do. jeff pegues, cbs news, phoenix. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," our new series "campaign 2016, issues that matter." today, we talk about national security with former cia and nsa director michael hayden. plus, the emotional reunion of two women whose shared history go back to the holocaust.