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robbers masquerading as police tied her up and made off with a ring priced at $4.5 million and jewelry box containing around $6 million worth of valuables. a spokesman for kardashian-west physically unharmed after the robbery. husband kanye west performing at the meadows music festival in new york at the time. >> i'm sorry. family emergency. i have to stop the show. and canceled the show mid performance. kardashian-west in the french capital for fashion week and attended a show sunday evening where kendall jenner was on the catwalk. there are no details on how the star's bodyguard dealt with the robbery.
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? ? scientists say the sea ice over the arctic ocean is melting so fast that in 15 years or so you will be able to take a boat right across it in the summer. the big thaw is also expected to unlock trillions of dollars worth of oil and gas and minerals. and the united states is jus one country staking a claim. lesley stahl paid a visit for "60 minutes." >> reporter: the arctic ocean sits on top of the globe encircled by russia which encompasses half of its coastline. norway, greenland, canada, and the united states thanks to alaska. we flew as guests of the navy,
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miles in the direction of the north pole. over fractured thinning ice, to a spot where the ice was still thick enough to support this base camp. it was a small temporary village, disrupting the peace and the purity of the ice, white as far as the eye can see. the camp was built for scientific military exercise called ice-x, 2016. >> hi, everyone. nice to meet you. >> welcome. >> welcome. for five weeks this no-man's land of ice was home to an ex scientists and engineers. whose mission was to understand how to survive in maybe the most hostile conditions on earth. the navy says those taking part in this exercise are the first humans ever to set foot on this part of the planet. it is actually beautiful beyond belief isn't it? >> it really is. >> reporter: chuck mcguire one of the first to arrive. he is an engineer with the university of washington's
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from scratch. so you get off the plane. there is nothing. there is no shelter. there is no indoors. just ice. >> ice everywhere. that's right. >> you say how am i going to survive? >> you pick up a hammer and start building. >> reporter: they built a make shift city, called sargo for roughly 60 people, consisting of a command post. tight living quarters. mess hall stocked with food air lifted in weekly. very primitive toilet facilities. >> that outhouse is really cold. >> outhouse is awful. what about water. can't just eat the ice? >> you can if you know what you are looking for. >> this ice mining team knows what to look for. old sea ice baking in the sun long enough that the salt leached out. >> ice team, we are returning back to camp.
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drinking water. >> all of the things you take for granted in normal civilization, shelter, food, ease of going to the bathroom. that is all different out here. >> reporter: what qualities do you think it takes to state here and, and survive out here? for weeks? >> i think maybe you have to bea little off. initially. really understand that everything outside trying to kill you here. >> reporter: if the ice and wind don't get you. polar bears might. an armed sentry patrols if one comes looking for food. >> good evening. another successful day. >> reporter: a daily briefing in the command post to coordinate the various researchers who are studying and trying to understand this part of the world. as they plan for a more
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>> the ice moved nine miles to the west northwest today. >> reporter: how climate change is affecting the way the ice here drifts and migrates. it feels like you are on land. you get the sense that you are on land. it is very firm. you know, plane could land. but we are moving. which is kind of astonishing. >> every day you wake up. and recognize you are eight or nine miles from where you were the day before. looks the same. but pretty interesting to figure that out. >> reporter: the ice moves tha in unpredictable directions because of the currents underwater and the wind above. >> done here we are -- 23 degrees celsius. >> reporter: also unpredictable is the weather. we met a team of meteorologists, using balloons to help with forecasting which is key for any military operation. >> these balloons measure temperature, dew point, the
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parker, meteorologist with the navy atlantic submarine force says there is virtually no weather data collected up here. in other parts of the world. meteorologists rely on satellites for forecasting. up here near the north pole, satellite coverage is minimal. >> how cold does it get up here. right now. don't know if people can see? >> the lowest we had is 26 below. fahrenheit. and today is actually our warmest day. >> come on. >> right now, 6 below. >> with the wind-chill factor. the wind is blowing. >> it is. terrible. 25 below with the wind chill. >> you are telling me this is the warmest day? >> this is the warmest day so far. >> do you want to go inside? >> i do. let's go. >> reporter: the temperature can drop as low as 50 below. that can wreak havoc on just about everything. weapons, communication systems,
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were here to test their latest cold weather gear and their endurance in the frigid water. these robotics engineers are conducting underwater experiments in a temperature controlled tent. when we were there, doug horner and his team were field testing underwater drones for the first time in the arctic. >> when weep first put it in -- we checked the ballast. >> the drones are collecting scientific data about the arctic where the water gets warmer the deeper you go. they're also getting a picture what it looks like down below. >> my primary emphasis here is ability to map the under ice. so we have sensors, sonar, specifically, sound. which is focused upwards. what we hope to do with -- with continually putting sound upwards is to make a map. >> you're mapping the bottom of the ice? >> yes, the underneath portion why is that important?
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this is the idea of being able to navigate an underwater robot accurately without gps. because the then the ice you don't have the opportunity to come up to the surface for a gps fix. >> he says the drones could also be used to patrol the waters of the arctic looking for enemy subs for instance. the way drones hover in the sky over a battlefield. the navy is testing this technology and amassing all of this research to prepare for an expanded presence in the arctic as the ice continues to melt. the russians are already there in force. last year, they staged a military exercise in the arctic, as seen in this russian ministry of defense footage. it involved about 40,000 troops, 15 submarines, 41 warships, and multiple aircraft. no one disputes their right to do that on their own territory.
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>> we preannounce ours. no one is surprised by them. where as the the exercise that russia did was a snap exercise. which is a bit destablizing. >> until may of this year, retired four star general, phillip breedlove, the commander of nato with responsibility for the arctic. what else is destablizing he says is russia's military build-up along something called the northern sea route. skirting the coastline. the route could become saving time and money for the commercial shipping industry. >> heard as much as 2 days decrease in transit northern european markets to asian markets. that is an incredible economic opportunity. it could be a very big boon to, to business around the world. >> you can see the full report on our website.
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across rome tourists see spectacular monuments, while the cash strapped city sees spectacular expenditures it cannot afford. rome has drawn up a wish list of monuments rand asking for help in preserving history. hardly a quick power wash. we watched earlier this summer as workers painstakingly scrubbed away years of grime. and leveled the steps. >> bulgari, ceo, says his company who has a store down the street spent more than $1.5 million, refurbishing the 135 baroque steps at the heart of the city of 3 million residents. >> when you have it on one end and relatively few people. it is the mission of the the largest company in the city. make sure the city is at its best. >> american archaeologist and
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offers tours of this ancient capital. it is likely no coincidence that bulgari chose to work on something close to their stores. >> location, location. location. >> reporter: the scale of restoration work that need to be done is staggering. >> gives you an idea of one, why rome can say we have more world heritage than any place in the world. on the other hand understand clearly that they need help. >> reportehe in renovation work before it can reopen. the fenced off mausoleum of augustus, needs $10 million fix. you can see the broken bridge now -- students on aria's college program were surprised by the state of some monuments. >> wonder what happened to the sites. why they are on the back burner. >> where claudio pressi comes in. >> 21 million euros for this. 16 euros for that. he is rome's superintendent of
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draw up a very big half a billion dollar wish list. of 100 monuments to fix. it is just the beginning. >> we have 574 archaeological area. we have 400 monument, fountains. we have 900 sacred monuments. >> reporter: they have had some success. todd's paid to restore the coliseum. while fendi cleaned up trevi fountain. as t corporations and individuals and other countries to subsidize public restoration work. is there a danger with all of this? do you run the risk of having the xyz companies, xyz monument. >> you don't see huge obscene banners on any of the sites. so the state, city, they're very much concerned about preserving the integrity of the sites and not to commercialize them. >> the cbs "overnight news"
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china reopened its latest tourist attraction. the highest and longest class bridge in the world. was originally opened earlier this year. they had some trouble with it. which has reportedly been fixed. adriana diaz took a stroll across. >> reporter: both breathtaking and terrifying at the same time. for th00 come each day, a view they will likely never forget. it's got everyone acting like they're kids again. china's newest tourist attraction. is a selfie dream come true. that is if you can handle it. shh. >> it's okay. >> it's okay. >> reporter: the grand canyon glass bridge in central china is
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stretching more than 1,400 feet. churning stomachs. >> trying to rationalize it and tell my brain it is safe. it just doesn't feel right. and leaving visitors amazed. >> are you scared? >> translator: no, i think it is great said this man. >> i feel a little scared. but i am strong enough. so, no. i am superman. >> reporter: this scenery inspired the floating mountains in the blockbuster avatar. the bridge could have been an inspiration for hitchcock's "vertigo." to protect the glass. booties are required. high heels are banned. and tickets are limited. after opening in august, the bridge closed for a month because of overcapacity. last year, a different class walk way in china shut after a panel shattered. >> once you get used to it. not that scary. >> reporter: here vice general manager, joe chen says they're
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three layers of the glass panels. each layers can with stand more than 40 tons. >> reporter: to prove it. this summer officials had visitors try to smash the glass with the ledge hammer and ride a car over it to drive hope the point. but chen says the bridge is more than just a tourist attraction and symbolizes an ascending china. does that make you feel proud? >> yes, this bridge will represent the creativities and inventive power of new china. >> reporter: the bridge is home to the world's highest bungee jump which thankfully isn't open yet. also marketed as the longest fashion runway. watch out, fashion week. a new catwalk in town. that's the "overnight news" for tuesday. for some the news continues. for others check back later for the morning news and "cbs this morning." from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm don dahler.
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the debate breaks the tie. our first post-debate poll shows clinton taking the lead. as leaked tax returns give her new ammunition against trump. >> what kind of genius loses a billion dollars in a single year? laws to my benefit. and to the benefit -- of my company. >> also tonight, hurricane matthew batters the caribbean. we'll tell you where it is headed. police give themselves a strategic advantage to catch distracted drivers. >> you have to pay over $100. so, don't look at your phone. and she rose from poverty to
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>> hope wins in everything you are doing. >> now hollywood is telling her story. ? ? >> announcer: this is the krb "overnight news." 35 days before the election. hillary clinton has taken the lead over donald trump. a cbs news poll has clinton up 4 points before the first debate last monday they were tied. of voters who watch the de. 32% said their impression of clinton improved. while 36% said their opinion of trump got worse. on monday, trump defended his use of the tax code to legally pay as little in taxes as he could. here is major garrett. >> i have legally used the tax laws to my benefit. >> reporter: in colorado, donald trump was unapologetic after "the new york times" report heed claimed a business loss of nearly $916 million on his 1995
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those losses could have shielded trump from federal income taxes for years. >> i understand the tax laws better than almost anyone. >> reporter: trump not released any tax returns and a trump lawyer threatened the times with legal action for unauthorized publication of trump's records. the documents were mailed anonymously, susan craig and david barstow. >> i was walking by my mailbox. an envelope from the trump tower. >> to have them tumble out of an envelope, your first reaction is skepticism. >> reporter: in february trump pra bragged to us. you work hard to pay the least amount of taxes? >> i want to pay the least amount. >> reporter: trump said when clinton raised his tax history at last month's debate. >> he didn't pay any federal income tax. >> that makes me smart.
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clinton supporter, ordered trump's charitable foundation to stop soliciting contributions in new york because it is not properly registered with the state. schneiderman is investigating charges trump used charitable funds for personal gain. trump's campaign send the foundation will comply with the order. earlier today in northern virginia trump was asked about mental health care for veterans and said those who suffer from post-traumatic stress are not as strong as those who do not. scott for years have tried to erase the stigma of weakness once associated with post-traumatic stress. >> major garrett following the campaign tonight. major, thank you. off to day hillary clinton tried to turn trump's financial losses to her political gain. here's nancy cordes. >> what kind of genius loses a billion dollars in a single year? >> reporter: trumpp's tax plan gave clinton a chance to chip away at his biggest selling
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dollar let alone a billion dollars in the casino industry is kind of beyond me, right? >> you work hard. you pay your taxes. >> clinton and top democrats quickly cut ads to capitalize on the news they had been anticipating for months. >> i want a president who is proud of our country. not a president who is proud of getting out of paying taxes. >> reporter: her stops in akron and toledo marked clinton's first visit to ohio greeted by a new poll that shows her trailing there by five points. though she did pick up a new endorsement from the state's best known athlete, cavaliers' star lebron james. >> i mean our kids are our future. and i believe barack started it. i believe hillary is going to continue it. >> here in ohio, lebron will always be the king. clinton's biggest challenge in ohio is the outsized share of white working class voters.
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favor trump by nearly 2:1. ohio is not a must-win for clinton. the way it has been for other candidates in years past. that's partly because she is leading big in other battleground states like this one, virginia, and colorado, where another new poll today scott showed she is leading there by 11. >> nancy cordes, thanks. with insight into all of this, turn now to john dickerson, our cbs news political director of course john, the tax controversy, what effect is that likely to have on the race? >> well this is a distraction for donald trump. at a time when he really can't afford it. on any given day a campaign wants to drive the news not be reacting to it. today donald trump was reacting again. been doing that for about a week since that first debate. when a campaign is reacting not able to court new voters. in this case those reluctant college educated republicans donald trump has been going after.
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the defensive which risks lashing out. or reckless acts which are, an attempt to change the story, sometimes prolong it. and this is also happening with about a month to go in the race. and the days are more precious than if this happened in august. finally, donald trump has other stuff on his plate. namely he has to focus for that big next debate that is coming up. >> now, few minutes ago broke the news on the new poll. what else in the poll struck you? >> well, what's, in debates w don't usually see a group of voters who switch from one candidate to another. biggest group of people watching debates know who they're going to vote for. but what a candidate can do is take that group and make them more enthusiastic. get them to volunteer. vote early in the states that have early voting. get them to cheer for a candidate on social media. if we look at hillary clinton sunny won enthusiasm gain. the percentage of voters very enthusiastic for voting for her rose 7 points since the first
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opinion of hillary clinton after the debate. compared to donald trump, 22% of republicans felt that same way about him after the first debate. >> john dickerson, watching facing the nation sunday. thanks. this is a picture from farmville, virginia, the site of the vice presidential debate. that is coming tomorrow. john, nancy, major, bob schieffer will be there for cbs news live coverage tomorrow evening at 9:00 east colleague, elaine quijano of our streaming news service, cbsn. the cbs "overnight news" will be right back. ?
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even dim hope for syria was extinguished. the state department ended talks with russia to end syria's civil war. a u.s. russian cease-fire agreement collapsed just last month. the u.s. is blaming the russian military assault on the besd syria's civil war has killed nearly half a million people since 2011. most of them civilians. tonight, people from cuba to the carolinas are getting ready for potential impact of hurricane math uchlt the powerful category 4 storm is blamed for four deaths. this its the view of matthew from space. as the it aims to make life miserable for millions.
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>> reporter: jamaica has felt hurricane matthew's outer band all weekend striking fear of its fury into residents. kingston, the nation's capital, home to almost 600,000 people, is a virtual ghost town. annette gerald headed for a shelter. >> my roof is not solid. the hurricane is coming. so -- >> reporter: mudslides a major worry. this mountain road has washed away which could cut off but matthew's bull's eye could be nearby haiti. sometime tomorrow, winds around 140 miles per hour could flatten a landscape of flimsy homes. flash flooding, mudslides and storm surge threaten people living in the poor ers country in the western hemisphere. matthew will then move north to eastern cuba, where it could linger for ten hours. 350,000 cubans have been
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guantanamo bay, destructive weather might force relocation of detainees. susanna labratta, manages a store in santiago. she says we are getting ready for the hurricane and evacuating everyone who needs to move. jamaica has roughly 1,000 fub lick schools. all have been closed indefinitely. scott, most have been turned into emergency shelters just in case. >> mark strassmann. thanks. eric fisher chief meteorologist at our cbs eric, what is coming next? >> scott, very powerful, dangerous hurricane. moving northward throughout the course of the day today. it has its eye on haiti. during the evernigovernight. watches extending northwestern bahamas. the latest track maintains the strength. stays a major category 3 or stronger hurricane. slowly moving through the bahamas, wednesday, thursday,
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bring it right up along the florida coastline, the georgia, south carolina, north carolina coastlines as we head towards end of the week and into the weekend. so the imminent threat here across cuba, hispaniola, jamaica, move towards florida, southeast atlantic coastline. late week period. north of north carolina where uncertainty is, scott, go out to sea or move up the close. more claritien the next couple days. >> changes in our climate are dominating president obama's final days in office. tonight on the white house lawn, the president is taking part in an ideas festival. that includes a discussion of the dangers of a warming planet. the president has called global warming a slow motion catastrophe. scientists worried about how the human race will feed itself, are working on a radical new idea. mark phillips has the fruits of their labor in the netherlands for tonight tea "climate
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>> reporter: if rising sea levels and more flooding are the inevitable future of climate change. there is a place in the world that may have found at least part of the solution. nobody knows more about dealing with the encroaching waters than the dutch. where more and more salty water has been seeping through the dikes on to agricultural land. on this experimental farm they're trying to see what might grow in the conditions. how are you finding out what works? tell us which is salt and which isn't. >> reporter: which is why they call marc van rijsselburgh, the potato whisper. heave speaks potato. >> if they die they give you a statement. and for, unfortunately we don't hatch off to kill our scientists before nthey give a statement. >> they don't all, the potatoes.
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irrigating with increasing salty water. they found plenty that love the stuff. but there would be no point unless those survivors were also edible. >> try the brown one first. >> first. yeah. >> tastes like a good potato. >> yeah. >> the other one tastes like? a good potato but different. i'm betting this is the salty one. >> you are absolutely right, mark. >> reporter: so far, so but there are real current applications for this discovery. in this salt affected region of pakistan, one of many such regions around the world, they have given up trying to grow anything. until the dutch showed up with their salt resistant potatoes. the result, bumper crops. amsterdam university bottle annist, arjen devos runs the project and says it works for
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>> use half water seawater salinity. >> they should be dead already. but these carrots can feed many people worldwide. >> reporter: the potato whisperer not only provides the ingredients he has the recipe. >> we can make onions, carrots, and potatoes for the people in bangladesh and -- and pakistan. then hey have a meal. >> little curry spice you are talking. >> yeah. >> reporter: they are talking about break n mark phillips, cbs news, texel island, the netherlands. >> coming up. police go to new heights to catch drivers who text. >> later the inspiring story of the chess queen and the game that changed her life.
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patrol semi. he radios a trooper to pull hayes over. >> people know they sthunt be texting while they're driechlgt they're sneaky aren't they? >> people are holding the phone down. that's really even more dangerous because, they're taking their eyes complete plea off the road. >> in the time it takes a driver to look down and send a text, a vehicle could travel the distance of a football field. driver brandy hayes. >> do you think about the safety aspect of that? >> i do. buu you are above it. you know you are not going to be the one to have an accident. >> but those accidents are rising. fatal distracted driving crashes. jumped nearly 9% last year. over 2014. prompting this startling anti-texting ad. >> they're driving, just like a drunk driver. you've will see them weaving. you will see them go over the center line.
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>> she's texting. >> reporter: officers in san bernardino, california posed as panhandlers. even though their signs warn they're looking for cell phone violat violators. drivers don't see them and are pulled over by motorcycle cops nearby. in moscow, idaho, they use a yellow school bus. in westbridge water massachusetts they're using bicycle officers. chief victor >> in three hours, the guys will stop 100 cars. >> reporter: sending a message, an old-fashioned way by a handwritten ticket. >> you have to pay over $100. so, don't look at your phone! >> reporter: national safety council estimates roughly 1.6 million crashes last year could be attributed to cell phone use. scott, that's about a quarter of all accidents. >> keep your hands on the wheel. kris van cleave, thanks very much.
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boy who allegedly shot him was upgraded to murder. he is charged with murdering his own father and the attempted mur murder of a teacher and two students. jacob's parents are asking mourners to honor him at his funeral by dressing as super heroes. engineer of the new jersey transit train that crashed in hoboken last week has told investigators he has no memory of the accident. thomas gallagher says he does remember the train was going ten miles an hour when it enter some witnesses say it was moving much more quickly. one data recorder on the train was not working. the other has not been recovered yet. one person died. more than 100 were hurt. up next, her life had a most humble beginning, but now, kings
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our final story is a real life fairy tale with a holly wood ending and a most unlikely beginning. here is jericka duncan. >> reporter: 20-year-old rjts phiona mutesi found a new way of thinking through chess. the dreams started here in one of the largest slums in uganda,
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sold corn to help her family survive. >> i dropped out of school at 6. >> reporter: you dropped out of school at 6? >> yes. we didn't have anything. my mom had no money. >> reporter: when she was 9 she stumbled upon a church chess program. at first it wasn't the game that interested her. >> just going back i wanted a meal. >> reporter: you were going back to play because you needed food? >> yeah. >> reporter: things began to change when mutesi, met robert katende. he started the chess program to empower children in katwe. >> what was it about phiona. >> the determination to survive. she was grasping every concept you would teach her and fry to use it well. against other players. >> reporter: he signed her up for tournaments. she began winning. and became the first female chess champion of her country. by 14, she competed in the olympics of chess, beating adults, achieving status as an
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would person right here at this level. i am a person from nowhere. >> reporter: mutesi's journey is a movie. >> check mate. >> she won. >> reporter: disney's "queen of katwe" featuring lupita nyongo and david oyelowo, plays her coach. >> what message do you have for other young people in similar situations as yourself? >> hope wins in everything you are doing. >> reporter: hope wins? >> yeah. it is up to you to wake up. stand and then do something. >> spoken like a winner who says she never loses. she just learns. jericka duncan, cbs news, new york. that's the "overnight news" for this tuesday. for some of you the news continues. for others check back with us a little bit later for the morning news. and be sure not to miss cbs this morning. from the broadcast center in new
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? it's tuesday, october 4th, 2016, this is "cbs morning news." hurricane matthew is bearing down on it life-threatening rain and wind. and this morning, preparations are under way here in the u.s. as the storm strengthens. donald trump's tax records continues to take center stage in the race to the white house, but tonight, the vice presidential candidates face off to heir running mates. mike defense and tim kaine squaring over in their only
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that's not stopping drivers. now police departments are getting creative to catch getting creative to catch drivers in the act. captioning funded by cbs good morning from the cbs news news rude at studio 57, here in new york, good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. the national hurricane center says the threat to the southeastern part of the united states to hurricane matthew has increased. the storm is surging through the caribbean sea expecting to p over or near the island of haiti. matthew is headed north with life-threatening wind, rain and surges, with winds of 145 miles per hour. hurricane warnings are in effect for haiti, cuba and the bahamas. haiti to get up to 40 inches of rain. pounding flash floods, mudslides and storm surges are possible. the blunt of the storm is set to
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winds, the makeup took a hit. schools have been closed indefinitely, some turned into shelters. this is matthew as seen from the national space station. the governors of north carolina and florida have declared states of emergency. later told, it is likely a hurricane watch will be issued for florida's atlantic coast. and now to the latest political storm, hillary clinton and donald trump going at it following a report that trump may have avoided paying taxes for years. um advantage of tax fraud. tonight, the focus is on the running mates. the first and only vice presidential debate. craig boss well, good morning. >> reporter: tim kaine and mike pensz not only have to introduce themselves on the national
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mike pence took aim at hillary clinton's record as secretary of state in a complain event in virginia. >> our allies are less secure and our enemies are more emboldened and that all changes the day that donald trump becomes president. >> reporter: >> reporter: both nominees are expected to go to great lengths defending their running mates. in the newspapers recently about trump's tax returns and other issues that he's raised regarding the past public lives of various public people in public lives, i think mike pence has a tougher job in terms of making up for lost ground. >> reporter: pence also with controversy last night. >> we can parse that, you with me? he tweeted this. then they turn on the television
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than ever before and fighting for the american people. >> reporter: tonight's vice presidential showdown here in farmville comes a little bit after the week of the first presidential debate. since that poll taken since the debate, clinton has a 4% lead on the republican rival. >> just got to be myself. >> reporter: clinton and trump meet for their second presidential debate this sy in missouri. the state from tonight's vice presidential debate is different from the first debate. tonight, the candidates will be sitting at the same table as opposed to standing at different podiums. and, anne-marie, the first question goes to tim kaine. the trump campaign says it will cooperate with the new york state secretary-general who
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a trump spokesman said the issue may have been set for political reasons. cbs news political director john dickerson said controversy like those over his tax returns does not help trump. >> this is a distraction for donald trump at a time when he really can't afford it. on any given day, a campaign wants to be driving the news, not reacting to it. today, donald trump is reacting to it again. he's been doing that for about a week. wh c it's not to go court the new voters. they think he's too risky. but it also puts the campaign on the defensive which risks lashing out or reckless acts which are an attempt to change the story, but sometimes, just to prolong it. and this saul happening with about a month to go in the race. and dates are more precious as if this happened in august. finally, donald trump has other stuff on his plate, namely, he
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coming up on "cbs this morning," we'll talk about latest polls with clinton campaign manager robby mook and trump manager kellyanne conway. the u.s. has done all it can to destroy the atmosphere. that's a reaction with talks with russia on implementing a cease-fire deal in syria. the talks collapsed following syria's stepped-up offensive supported by syria against rebreblg rebel-held areas. the los angeles police chief defended the fatal shooting of 18-year-old carnell snell. last night, several dozen demonstrators protested the police action and march through the streets of south los angeles. police say snell pulled a gun following a chase saturday and turned towards the officers.
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has forced the evacuation of a small colorado community. beulah is located south of colorado springs. more than 500 buildings were evacuated there. the fire is spreading in two directions and spreading to at least 3,000 acres. several buildings have been destroyed. no injuries have been reported, though. president obama says it's a race against time to combat climate change. yesterday at the white house, the president teamed actor leonardo dicaprio to make the case. dicaprio said the dangers are clear and disputable. >> if you do not believe in climate change, you do not believe in facts or in science or empirical truth and therefore, in my opinion, should not be allowed to hold public office. >> that was a dig to donald trump who called climate change


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