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captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, september 21st, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." charlotte, north carolina, after police shot and killed a man they say was armed with a gun. federal terrorism charges have been filed against ahmed khan rahami. suspected of setting off bonmbs in new york and new jersey. a hollywood power couple splits citing irreconcilable differences. angelina jolie files for divorce from brad pitt.
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57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm meg oliver in for anne-marie green. violent protests broke out overnight, after a black man was killed by police in charlotte, north carolina. dozens of demonstrators took to the streets in the northeast section of the city not far from a college campus. police were injured in the clashes. local reports say protesters threw rocks at cars on an interstate and a stretch of the highway was closed. hen aa daniels is here with more. >> reporter: city official in chart are calling for calm this morning after a fatal police shooting of a black man who sparked violent protests overnight. relatives of keith lamont scott say he was shot by officers while reading a book inside his car. but police maintain he had a gun. demonstrators knelt down with their hands up along the charlotte roadway overnight, steps away from officers in riot
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a moment of peace was brief. police fired tear gas and dispersed a crowd. some protests in attendance kicked the canisters back and others took turns hurling water bottles and rocks and damaging countless squad cars. chaos erupted hours after keith lamont scott was killed by police at this apartment complex yesterday afternoon. officers were there looking for a suspect with an outstanding warrant when they encountered the 43-year-old getting out of looking for. >> as they engage him, he is armed with a handgun that we found on scene as well. made some eminent threat to them. because of that, at least one of our officers fired. [ screaming ] >> reporter: this distraught woman, who says she is the victim's daughter, live streamed the aftermath on facebook for more than an hour. she shared a different view of what happened.
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[ bleep ] reading a [ bleep ] book [ bleep ] and because he is black. >> reporter: the victim's sister also spoke out. >> they jumped out of their truck and said "hands up." he got a gun, h got a gun. pow pow pow. >> reporter: the officer identified is brandon vincent, an african-american on the force since 2014. authorities say he has been placed on administrative leave. at least 12 officers were injured during last night's protests. one officer was hit in the face with a rock. authorities say they are interviewing witnesses as part meg? >> hena daniels for us in new york, thank you. meanwhile, oklahoma's governor is urging calm in tulsa after another case of an officer killing an unarmed black man. the city's police chief promises a fair and transparent investigation of terence crutcher's death. an attorney for the officer who shot crutcher last friday said she thought he was reaching for a gun. a lawyer from crutcher's family
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>> how could he be reaching into the car if the window is up and there is blood on the glass? >> reporter: the officer betty shelby is on paid leave. police say they found pcp in crutcher's suv. the justice department is also investigating. the suspect in the new york and new jersey bombings wrote that he hoped the sounds of bombs will be heard in the streets. ahmad khan rahami's handwritten journal was read in court yesterday as federal prosecutors charged him with terrorism. brook silva-braga reports. >> reporter: 28-year-old bombing suspect rahami now faces at least ten federal charges. in complaints filed in both new york and new jersey, investigators say he bought bomb making materials off ebay this summer. it also says he is seen on a video blowing up a device in his backyard at or near his home two
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rahami's father said he warned the fbi about his son in 2014. >> what did you tell them? >> reporter: the fbi says their meeting came after a neighbor overheard when the father called his son a terrorist and when the fbi questioned his father, he said it had been said in anger and wasn't true. the fbi never questioned rahami himself because he was in jail but said they did check databases and closed their inquire after finding nothing alarming. investigators say they found a blood spattered notebook when they apprehended rahami. one described the writings as gibberish. he quoted osama bin laden and wrote about pipe combs and cooker bombs and oppression in in the west. he also wrote that he wanted to live in peace. pete hammer is one of the two officers shot during the fight and returned home from the
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head. i'm glad to be alive and glad to be home. >> reporter: authorities say rahami is not cooperating with their investigation. a new air raid overnight in syria reportedly killed four medical workers near aleppo. the human rights group blamed russian or syrian jets. this comes after a deadly attack on an aid convoy in syria on monday. the u.s. holds russia responsible. russia denies its claims were involved. the attack killed 20 civilians and prompted the u.n. to suspend all aid convoys in syria. russia says it believes the convoys were struck to the ground. the u.n. and the u.s. all say it was an air strike. the global refuge crisis caused in part by was the focus of president obama's speech at the united nations. he announced yesterday that 52 countries have agreed to take in 360,000 migrants next year. aid groups say that is far short of what is needed. the u.n. says 65 million people
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hillary clinton and donald trump say their campaign fund-raise is last month broke records, a record $233 million. meanwhile, questions are being raised by trump's foundation. major garrett says some of the spending may have been illegal. >> i give a lot of money to people and charities and everything. i love people. >> reporter: donald trump talks a good game about philanthropy hasn't given to the foundation that bears his name since 2008. the documents also show that trump's foundation wrote a 100,000 dollar check in 2007 to the fisher house which provides homes to injured veterans and their families to settle a lawsuit against the town of palm beach against his mar-a-lago club. trump's for instance foundation also sent 158,000 to the charity
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withholding prize money after he scored a hole in one at one of trump's golf courses. in another instances, trump's foundation paid $10,000 at a charity auction in 2014 for a portrait painted of trump. it was the second time trump used foundation funds for a portrait of him. nearly all of the foundation's money since 2006 has come from other donors. federal and state law prohibits the use of charitable funds for personal or business gain. david fty post" says he has investigated trump's charity for months. >> i talk to tax experts who said they have never seen anything he has done the last few years which is use the money in his charity to basically pay off the legal settlements of his for-profit businesses. >> reporter: trump's campaign had no comment at monday's rally. trump said he would use other people's money to build a border wall and resettle refuges when it comes to trump's charity? he is already using other people's money. major garrett, cbs news, keenansville, north carolina. senators from both parties
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over the bank's phony account scandal. they made it clear yesterday that john stumpf's apology was far from enough. >> did you fire. >> no. >> any of those people? >> no? okay?pso you haven't resigned. you haven't returned a single nickel of your personal earnings. you haven't fired a single inspector executive. instead, evidently, your definition of accountable is to push the blame to your low-level >> senator elizabeth warren wants criminal and civil investigations. bank wanted every customer to have eight wells fargo products. stumpf admitted that workers opened phony accounts to meet that goal. coming up on the "morning news." training mission tragedy. the u-2 plane crashes in northern california and only one
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a california wildfire is declared the costliest in history. there was a deadly u-2 plane crash. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the "los angeles times" reports a u.s. military spy plane crashed in california, killing one pilot and injuring another. the u-2 crashed shortly after taking off on a training mission yesterday morning from beal air force base, north of sacrame the fayetteville observer in north carolina reports a history teacher is now on paid administrative leave after allegedly stomping on the u.s. flag during class. this photo taken inside the classroom shows lee francis standing over a crumpled flag during a lesson on the first amendment. francis is set to discuss the incident with school officials tomorrow. "the washington post"
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cafeteria cashier in pennsylvania quit over a lunch policy. stacy said she resigned after she had to take away hot meals from two children. a new rule prevents staff from serving hot meals to students who owe more than $25. instead, they are given a cold cheese sandwich. school board members says the policy helps recover thousands in unpaid lunch fees. the "atlantic" reports on a california wildfire that has become the most expensive in u.s. history to fight. the fire along the state's big sur coast has burned more than 185 square miles and cost more than $206 billion just to fight. two months after it began, the wildfire is only two-thirds contained. more than 2,000 firefighters are battling it. "npr" reports fitness trackers may not help you get fit. a two-year long study of obese and overweight young adults did not use the wearable trackers and lost more weight than those who did. researchers think dieters might
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on the cbs "moneywatch," a gas shortage in the south may soon ease. and holiday hiring gets under way. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, meg. the federal reserve is set to announce today its economic outlook and whether the central bank will raise interest rates. most experts expect that the fed will keep them as is. the dow gained nine points yesterday. the s&p closed less than a point higher. the nasdaq added six the damaged pipeline that has caused gasoline shortages in parts of the southeast is expected to start flowing again today. still, it could take days before the gas makes its way to stations that have run dry in the carolinas, alabama, georgia, and tennessee. where there is gas, long lines of drivers waited to fuel up and they paid much higher prices. crews finished a bypass line yesterday after the main line
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more than 250,000 gallons have spilled. the ceo of the pharmaceutical company that drastically increased the price of its life saving epipens is scheduled to testify before a house committee today. mila -- mylan's ceo will testify. the wholesale price of a two-pack is now more than $600 and up $100 in 2009. brush is suspected to tell lawmakers she believed the access to the drug. samsung says it will have replacement note 7 smartphones available today for customers who bought one of the potentially dangerous devices. the company is recalling 1 million note 7's in the united states because of a risk that the battery could catch fire. there are at least 26 cases of users suffering burns and 55 more of the phones causing property damage. macy's is joining other retailers and hiring tens of
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the retailer plans to add 83,000 workers to its department stores and call centers and shipping facilities. kohl's announced its hiring about 69,000 temporary employees. target is hiring about 70,000. meg, just like that, we are talking holidays. >> we have 94 days to go until christmas, jill. i just looked it up! still seems pretty far off, right? >> but who is counting? >> exactly. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. still ahead, hollywood shocker. angelina jolie and brad pitt call it quits after more than a decade together. i talked to my doctor and found a missing piece in my asthma treatment with breo. once-daily breo prevents asthma symptoms. breo is for adults with asthma not well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine, like an inhaled corticosteroid. breo won't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden breathing problems. breo opens up airways
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jolie are divorcing. millions of dollars in earnings between the entertainers could be at stake. danielle nottingham has more. >> reporter: angelina jolie and brad pitt separated five days ago and, today, jolie's attorney confirmed the actress has filed for divorce. according to papers filed monday with the los angeles superior court, the actress cited irreconcilable differences and she is asking for physical custody of the couple's six chilnd pitt to visitation and not joint physical custody. according to the entertainment website tmz, the actress's decision to file for divorce has to do with the way brad was parenting the children. she was extremely upset with his methods. the couple adopted three children and have three of their own. jolie's attorney released a statement saying the decision was made for the health of the family. in a statement to "people"
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saddened by this but what matters most is the well-being of our kids. >> the fact you had two people that not only knew about the power of their notoriety to advance the causes they cared about, that is the interesting thing going on here and it's interesting to see how they do it separately. >> reporter: jolie and pitt married in 2014 in a private ceremony in france. the couple had been together since 2004 after co-starring in the film "mr. and mrs. smith." the two recently starred in the box officeby playing a glamorous couple in a rocky marriage, vacationing in france. danielle nottingham, cbs news, los angeles. tomorrow is the first official day of fall, but the tree picked out. it will come from the whispering pine tree farms northeast of green bay, wisconsin. the treat will be cut down in november. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," the latest in luggage tracking devices.
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here is another look at this morning's top stories. violence erupted overnight in charlotte, north carolina. demonstrators clashed with police after a black man was fatally shot by an officer. at least 12 officers were hu in the protests. new federal charges were filed against bombing suspect ahmad khan rahami including use of weapons of mass destruction. he is accused of the bombings in new york and new jersey over the weekend. court papers quoted violent writings from his journal offering a glimpse into what might have motivated the attacks. donald trump jr. is being widely criticized for a social media post about syrian immigrants. the oldest son of the
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the refuges to skittles, saying if i told you just three would kill you, would you take a handful? trump's running mate mike pence defended the post, calling it a metaphor. but hillary clinton's campaign slammed it. the company that makes the candy called the comparison inappropriate. a new report says if you're pumping premium into your gas tank, you may be pouring money down the drain. kris van cleave has details. million americans made in the last year. filling up with premium or high octane gas when their vehicle only requires regular 87 octane. >> depends on what kind of car you have. premium is much better for it. >> the lid. i prefer to use plus. engine good. >> reporter: aaa estimates americans have used the high-end gas instead of regular 270
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essentially wasting $2.1 billion. >> i think it's easy to believe that something that says premium sounds like a treat. >> reporter: john nielson from aaa says the auto club tested cars for regular and unleaded gas and found that premium that costs 23% more, offered no benefit at all. >> but the truth is if your car is designed to run on regular gasoline, using the premium fuel or 93 octane isn't going to make it run better, get better fuel economy or have lower emissions. >> reporter: just 16% of cars are typically high performance or luxury vehicles. another 10% of the vehicles on the roads require the mid grade, but 7 in 10 cars call for regular gasoline. of course, you can absolutely use premium gas in any vehicle. you just may not see any benefits for the extra money. your owner's manual will tell you what kind of fuel your vehicle requires. kris van cleave, cbs news, washington. coming up after your local
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new technology that lets you track your luggage. we will show you the devices. plus, more from anthony mason's interview with bruce springsteen that you haven't seen, as the rocker opens up about his depression. and we speak with five pioneers who broke racial barriers in their fields as the smithsonian national museum of african-american history and culture gets ready to open to the public. that is the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm meg oliver.
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right now... breaking news... after a woman is rushed to the hospital... after getting t- boned... and trapped inside her car.new information from the scene. terrifying moments for passengers on board a plane from phoenix... to tampa. coming up... why the pilot told them to prepare to for a crash landing! donald trump is ramping up his attacks... on hillary clinton's health... as she takes time off to prear 3 (pause!!!!!!!!)and...that's lightning hitting and exploding a transformer!thanks to tawni in mesa for that viewer video. you might see some more rain in your neighborhood this morning.ian has your forecast straight ahead. good morning.. its wednesday, september 21st... thanks for waking up with us here on cbs5i'm yetta gibson and... i'm preston phillips.a lot going on in the valley this morning...a pretty muggy

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