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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 targeted on twitter last month with racial slurs 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. on august 18th, an suv ended up
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. 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
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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. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the "los angeles times"
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 thursday stabbed to death in their home. they may have been victims of a break-in. police have recovered r 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 durability and softness and is
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 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, cover with a water block clear bandage
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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. mobile messaging service 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. starting on august 31st, the
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, according to "forbes" magazine. chinese superstar jackie chan took the second spot. 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. >> seriously.
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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 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. >> for me, that was just my
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 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. ile! >> reporter: smith named her charity lenses for love, because she says love is unconditional. weijia jiang, cbs news, annapolis, maryland. >> what a great idea. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a dog that that sniffs out super bugs. i'm anne-marie green.
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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. debora patta reports from nice. >> reporter: the 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 isis-inspired militant.
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, who chooses not to cover up, says she still feels targeted by the ban.
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 highesur 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," a look at hillary clinton's ties to the clinton foundation. and concerns over possible
by gunfire. what were learning about that troopers condition. ((kirsten joyce)) >> plus... rescue efforts continue in italy after a devastating earthquake. how aftershocks are piling on more problems for crews. ((brian loftus)) >> and... the chances for rain the valley is facing this weekend. ((kirsten joyce)) 8 news now good day, the valley's news leader, starts right now./// ((now, live...this is 8 news now good day.)) you're looking at a live shot near boulder highway and u-s 95 as n-h-p troopers investigate an officer involved shooting. ((kirsten joyce)) >> police say this started at a traffic stop just after midnight. they say a man took off from the back seat.. during the foot pursuit the suspect fired at the officer but the bullet apparently hit his badge. he was not hurt and refused medical attention. ((brian loftus)) >> the officer returned fire