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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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illegal in 40 states. kris van cleave has our report. >> reporter: brandy hayes doesn't know it yet but she's about to get a ticket. >> ticket on my right. >> reporter: lieutenant kerry hopkins spotted her from up high, riding shotgun in the tennessee highway patrol semi. he radios another trooper to pull hayes over. people know they shouldn't be texting while kind of thinking about it, right? >> people are holding the phone down and that's even more dangerous. >> reporter: in the time it takes a driver to look down and send a text, a vehicle can travel the distance of a football field. >> you always think you're above it. >> reporter: but those accidents are rising, fatal crashes jumped
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texters are getting creative. >> she's texting. >> reporter: even though the signs warn they're looking for cell phone violators, drivers don't see them and they're pulled over by motorcycle cops nearby. in moscow, idaho, they use a yellow school bus. in west water, massachusetts they're using bicycle officers. the city 100 times. >> reporter: sending the message the old-fashioned way with a $100 ticket. >> you'll have to pay $100 so don't look at your phone. >> reporter: the national highway safety commission stilted 1.6 million accidents last year. that's nearly a quarter of all accidents. kris van cleave, washington.
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news," train tragedy investigation, authorities rule out a key element as they search for a cause in the deadly new jersey crash. and facebook fury, an atlanta educator is fired for posting about the first lady. this is the "cbs morning news." when we breathe in allergens, our bodies react by overproducing 6 key inflammatory substances. most allergy pills only control 1. flonase controls 6. with flonase, more complete relief means enjoyment of every beautiful moment. flonase, six is greater than one, changes everything. ? i love bread. i love ice cream. pizza! tacos! i love ramen. members are still eating the foods they love and have lost 15% more weight in the first two months on the beyond the scale than on our previous program. join for free and lose 10 lbs on us. man: i accept
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rezaian said he was physically tortured there. ny.com says track problems have been ruled out as part of the train crash. a woman was killed and more than 100 people were hurt in the crash last week at the terminal in hoboken, new jersey. >> the atlanta journal constitution reports the firing of an educator who called michelle obama a gorilla in a facebook post. georgia said it would not tolerate racism. the same principal suspended a high school educator about racial comments. and the columbus dispatch reports ohio judge asks to okay drugs. most companies have stop making or providing drugs tour executions. ohio's last execution was in-n 2014. "time" magazine reports a
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? well, there is no broadway musical for aaron burg, but you can own the house who once killed hamilton in a dual. a study and a manhattan. location, location, location. the price tag, $5.1 million. and henna daniel is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. real estate and utility stocks and bond prices also fell. the dow jones lost 55 points.
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nasdaq down 11. the state of illinois suspended $30 billion in investment activity with the bank for a year. wells fargo served as a broker dealer for state investments and the move is likely to cost the bank millions. california made a similar move last week. bass pro the outdoor retailer is buying rival cabelas for $4.5 billion. the two companies are known for superstores. it's not clear how many jobs will be lost in cabela's home state of nebraska where cabela's employs about 2,000 people. google holds its hardware today. the voice assisted programs. the phone comes in two sizes with different backs. google is also expected to unveil a head set and controller
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well, british researchers are raising hopes for the 37 million people worldwide who have the virus that causes aids. details from sky news. >> reporter: joe josh contracted hiv in 200. he said being diagnosed was heartbreaking. >> it was awful. i would like to say, oh, i took it in my stride, but that just isn't i was isn't a state of shock. i couldn't believe it. >> reporter: the treatment today has come a long ways but despite major medical advances there is still no cure. now, that could be about to change. for decades the use of anti-viral therapy has fallen short of ridding patients of hiv as the virus can hide out of the drug's reach in the t-cell. researchers have tried a so-called kick and kill technique. using a vaccine to train the
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protein. and then another drug is used to kick the dormant cells awake allowing it to kick the cells. the trial is in early stages that already one man in his 40s has tested hiv-free. he's just the first of 50 people to undergo the pioneering treatments being led by uk university that could have a global impact. >> internationally, there are 37 million people with hiv. only around half are on a treatment. >> reporter: scientists say it could be years before we know for sure that a new treatment works, but if the breakthrough is proven it could change the lives of millions living with hiv and save the lives of many more. coming up on "cbs this morning," comedian samantha bee. i'm anne-marie green.
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well, hollywood is celebrating an unlikely test champion. jericka duncan has her story. >> reporter: discovered a new way of thinking through chess. though dreams started here in one of the largest slums in new agenda, katwe helped to sell corn to help her family survive. >> i dropped out of school at 6. >> reporter: you dropped out of school at 6. >> yeah, my mom had no money.
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stumbled upon a chess program. at first it wasn't the game that interested her. so, you were going back to play because you needed food. >> yeah. >> reporter: but things began to change when matessy met robert. she started the game as to empower children. he signed her up tour tournaments she began winning. and by 14, she competed in the olympics of chess, beating adults, achieving status as an expert player. matessy's journey now a movie. >> she won. >> reporter: disney "queen of katwe."
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people who are in similar situations as yourself. >> hope wins. >> reporter: hope wins? >> yeah, wake up and do something. >> reporter: spoken like a winner who says she never loses. she just learns. jericka duncan, cbs news, new york. >> pretty amazing story. here's another look at this morning ease top story. matthew, dangerous category 4 hurricane, 145-mile-per-hour winds is battering haiti this morning. there life-threatening rain and storm surge. the storm is moving north and may pose a threat to the southeastern soft coast of the united states. tonight is the only debate of the vice presidential nominees. tim kaine and mike pence will face off in virginia. a new poll shows hillary clinton holding a 4 percentage point lead nationally over donald trump. they debate for the second time sunday in missouri. and coming up after your local news on "cbs this
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vice presidential debate. we'll talk with "face the nation" moderator john dickerson. plus, we'll hear from a whistle blower in the wells fargo controversy. and the potato whisper. that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green.
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thank you for joining us i'm brian loftus. ((michelle mortensen)) >> and michelle mortensen in for kirsten now that the presidential nominees have had their first debate it is time for their running mates to take center stage. ((brian loftus)) >> republican mike pence and democrat tim kaine will face off in farmville, virginia for the only vice presidential debate of this election. scott mclean is live from the site of the debate . in an election year when the focus has been at the top of the major party tickets, the vice-presidential candidates will get their time in the spotlight tonight. mike pence and tim kaine will take part in their only debate.

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