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captions by: caption colorado good morning to your viewers in the west. it is wednesday, august 19th, 2015. a feisty hillary clinton spars are reporters over the classified e-mail controversy. several people are missing after a motel explodes outside seattle. and raging wildfires force the evacuation of an entire town. plus that little pink pill will soon be in pharmacies. this ceo behind the drug to boost women's sex drive will be here in studio 57. we begin this morning with a look at today's eye opener, your world in 90 seconds. >> firefighters are stretched thin in the west.
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>> flames forced evacuations in washington. >> about 210 people told to get out immediately. >> hotel explosion in a seattle suburb. three people are unaccounted for. gas company employees is in the hospital with burns. >> very, very sad situation. >> three people are missing after heavy rains triggered several landslides. >> illinois was the target area. >> wrigley field saw quite the storm blow through. >> at least two tornadoes were reported. nothing to do with me. i don't know how it works digitally at all. that's for the people investigating it to try to figure out. >> hillary clinton defending herself as questions mount about her private e-mail server. >> nobody talk to me about it other than you guys. why police say the bomber who killed 20 people in bangkok did not act alone. they say he is part of a network. approving the first prescription drug for boosting sexual desire in women. >> it takes two weeks to start working. ladies, if you don't mind, we're going to start without you. former subway spokesman
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jared vogel will plead guilty to charges related to child porn. chattanooga courtroom chaos. >> all that. >> camp fights. >> continue cheap shots. all out melee broke out between the cowboys and rams. marco rubio was playing football and his pass hit a little boy in the face. in the face. >> and all that matters. >> parents in los angeles, first day back to school. >> emotions running high for the little ones. >> are you going to miss your mom? >> no. >> no? >> oh, don't cry. >> on "cbs this morning." >> might be funny to ask kids what their parents' jobs are. >> what do your dad do for work? >> poop in his underwear. >> is your dad with you there? oh, yeah. this morning's eye opener is presented by toyota. let's go places.
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>> welcome to "cbs this morning." norah o'donnell is off. chris is with us all week. welcome back. a new poll shows donald trump is gaining more ground in the presidential race. the cnn survey out this morning shows he trails hillary clinton by just six points. that margin was 16 points just a month ago. the poll also shows a majority of american voters, 53%, may have an unfavorable view of clinton. >> the democratic front-runner was grilled on tuesday about the private e-mail server she used as secretary of state and she did not back down. nancy cordes is in washington with clinton's very firm response. >> good morning. yes, the comments in nevada were a depash chrture from what we h from clinton in weeks when she tried to make light of it. this time she got animated, defended her actions. there was still one sensitive aspect of all of this she
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avoided. >> what i did -- >> reporter: in a vegas gymnasium clinton said she's being singled out unfairly. >> i get a lot of attention because i had a personal e-mail account, as did other high-ranking officials. she shrugged off the fact that intelligence officials say some of the e-mails should have been marked classified and transmitted via a secure government system. >> what you're seeing now is a disagreement between agencies saying, you know what, they should have and the other one saying no, they shouldn't. that has nothing to do with me. everybody is acting like this is the first time it's ever happened. it happens all the time. >> reporter: but the fbi doesn't ask for people's servers all the time. >> try to wipe the whole server. >> i'm not -- you know, i have no idea. that's why we turned it over -- >> you were in charge of it. you were the official in charge. did you wipe the server? >> what, like a cloth or something? >> i don't know. you know how it works digitally. >> i don't know how it works digitally at all. >> reporter: the controversy does not appear to have shaken
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her staunchest supporters. cbs news spoken to a dozen hill blazers, donors who have raised $100,000 or more. >> they're not worried about these issues. >> reporter: dallas lawyer and all the others say they aren't worried about the e-mail flack or even paying much attention to it. >> i can't tell you, even just today i received a phone call or i spoke to someone who said, when is the next event for hillary? >> reporter: clinton's approval ratings among democrats were still sky high in the latest cbs news poll. democratic strategist steve mcmann. >> so far there's no evidence that this is hurt her in the primary other than the fact that she hasn't completely solidified 100% of the vote, which was never really possible anyway. >> reporter: even clinton as she left the press conference said it's reporters, not democratic voters, who care about the e-mails most. >> nobody talked to me about it, other than you guys. >> it's true that the issue has not come up at any town hall we've seen where clinton takes questions from dozens of voters.
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but, some donors have expressed concern that where this controversy could hurt her is in the general election when she has to win over not just democrats but the entire country, gayle. >> nancy, thank you. two people are missing this morning near seattle after a gas explosion leveled part of a mot motel 6. both of them are motel guests. the manager is getting praised for spotting the danger and possibly saving lives. maria guerrero of our seattle affiliate at the scene in bremerton, washington. >> reporter: good morning. two people staying at this motel are still unaccounted for this morning. firefighters are searching the rubble for any remaining hot spots. there had been around 65 people inside when one quarter of the motel exploded. >> i have an explosion. looks like the east side of motel 6 just exploded. >> reporter: late tuesday night emergency crews responded to a call of a gas leak at this motel 6 in bremerton. while police and firefighters were on the scene, it ignited.
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a powerful explosion sending debris and flames shooting into the air. >> our firefighters were actually as they were in the scene they were blown back about 20 feet. thankfully no major injuries among our firefighters. >> reporter: one gas company employee was critically injured in the blast, attempting to stop the leak. he suffered severe head injuries and second and third degree burns. >> smelling the gas and hearing the leak so bad, i just got as far as away as i could. and then about 5,10 minutes later the explosion happened. >> reporter: the fiery explosion could have claimed more casualties if not for quick action of the motel 6 manager tonya heinz, a former volunteer firefighter. >> i can tell by the sound it was about 50 yards from me and the smell was so intense i knew this was very big. i just made an executive decision to evacuate my building and i said, pull that alarm, we've got to evacuate because i was worried about the explosion. >> reporter: gas crews managed to shut off the gas just before
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11:00 last night. the cause of the explosion is still under investigation. >> maria, thank you. fast-moving flames are forcing more people out of their homes this morning in washington state. an urgent evacuation order was issued overnight for the entire town of coconnaly. 17 fires in washington and among dozens burning in the western united states. >> across the country more than 7 million acres have burned so far this year. that is an area bigger than the state of massachusetts. one of the most devastating is in washington. more than 100 national guard members have been brought in to help. danielle nottingham is at the guard's base camp. danielle, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. national guard members have joined more than 1,000 firefighters in the field. about 170 square miles have burned here so far, along with dozens of buildings. the conditions the crews are facing here are similar to those
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at dozens of fires burning across the west. as wildfires spread across washington state more people are being rushed out of their homes. overnight one of five fires burning in north central washington jumped a containment line, racing across a mountain and toward a town of 200. everyone in the area is being ordered out. it's a battle across the west which has seen nearly 100 fires since this weekend. this fire in central california presented multiple problems for weary firefighters. >> we're dealing with deep, rugged terrain. you know, drought-stricken vegetation. kind of a difficult place to work. >> reporter: hundreds evacuated in washington are facing new worries this morning. the county sheriff has canceled all days off for deputies in the area to increase patrols in evacuated neighborhoods due to reports of looting. meanwhile, more than 100 national guard members have joined firefighters on the front lines. >> since the month of june, we've had crews out almost every
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week for those 14-day assignments on fire after fire after fire. so that kind of collective fatigue that's happening throughout the state on many responders is a huge impact. >> since we've been here serve seen blackhawk helicopters sent in by the national guard making water drops over new flames that have parked up in the hills. some of the burning terrain is so remote and dangerous that firefighters known as smoke jumpers are parachuting in to battle the flames and put out hot spots. meanwhile, the attack from the air continues as it will for weeks, perhaps months to come. does it feel like there's any end in sight here? >> i'm not looking for an end in sight. i mean, we could see september-october being just an active fire behavior if we don't see significant rainfall. >> reporter: national guard members face an added challenge today. the national weather service issued a red flag warning through friday. breezy winds, low humidity, and
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high temperatures could only help spread these flames even faster. >> danielle, thanks. three people are missing in alaska after devastating landslides tore through a small city. at least three landslides swept away several homes on tuesday. the city's fire marshal is among the missing. heather of our anchorage affiliate ktba is in sitka. heather, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. sitka is a small tight knit community of about 9,000 people. the fire chief describes it as a town where everyone knows everyone, including the three men who are missing. now, all crews can do is wait for the area to be safe enough to begin what's now being called a recovery effort. >> there used to be two houses up here. the houses are now gone. >> reporter: it's the devasta devastating aftermath of heavy rain in southeast alaska. debris covering the road after the waterlogged hillsides gave way. >> it's just an unstable area at this time. so i made the decision that we're not going to dig in that area and put other people at
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risk. so that also meant that i had to make the decision that three people weren't going to come home tonight. >> reporter: reports of landslides and sinkholes came in early tuesday morning after the city was hit with 2 1/2 inches of rain in just 24 hours. alaska governor bill walker. >> -- any people down to do all we can to help in that situation. >> reporter: police closed streets after a landslide destroyed at least one home and took three men with it. brothers elmer and you'll cease diaz and fire marshal. city administrator mark gore man delivered the heartbreaking news to his wife. >> called to tell her her husband was missing in a landslide. she came up with their orange rubber guardian gloves, just a mess and saying, i'm here to start digging. >> reporter: later this morning geologists will determine if the slide areas are stable enough for crews to get in to begin those recovery efforts. alaska governor bill walker is also scheduled to be here today to tour the sites. sitka's city and bureau
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officials hope that he declares it a disaster. the long time spokesman for fast food giant subway is pleading guilty this morning to charges of child pornography and underage sex. the fbi raided jared fogel's indiana home last month. adrianna diaz is outside the courthouse in indianapolis. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. jared fogel has arrived here in federal court. we're told he arrived by suv and was sent into a gaer da ranlg. by entering a plea deal he's being fast tracked. that means he avoids an indictment infront of a grand jury and possible trial. six weeks after federal agents seized computers, dvds, and other evidence from his home, jared fogel is expected to plead guilty to charges related to a child pornography investigation, according to our indianapolis affiliate wttz. >> hi, i'm jared the subway guy. >> reporter: 37-year-old fogel became a household name as the
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spokesman for subway. his dramatic weight loss helped position the company as a healthy eating option. he appeared in hundreds of commercials for the chain. >> i spent the last 17 years talking about how subway has changed my life and what it can do for others. >> reporter: after the raid, subway, the world's largest restaurant chain by locations, suspended its partnership with fogel. the company hammered its point home tuesday night with one tweet. we no longer have a relationship with jared and have no further comment. fogel's professional connections helped him dlish the jared foundation, to fight childhood obesity. in may federal authorities charged russell taylor, non-profit's executive director and only paid employee, with producing and possessing child pornography. fogel's attorney declined to comment. later today we expect to hear from prosecutors on his sentencing which could include as many as 20 years many prison for the one count of child pornography alone. >> thanks. islamic militants executed one of syria's most prominent
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experts. assad was found beheaded in the ancient city of palmyra. it is believed al-assad was tortured to the location of antiquities hidden before isis % captured the city. isis has destroyed archaeological sites in syria and iraq. this morning police in thailand have issued an arrest warrant for a, quote, foreign man won'ted for this week's bangkok bombing. the main suspect is a man wearing yellow with a backpack. he was seen in security video. today investigators released a sketch. police also say at least two other people were involved in the blast. monday's attack killed 20 people. authorities believe a network was responsible. so far no arrests have been made. police are investigating a possible link to a second bomb thrown tuesday from a bridge. no one was hurt. this morning the bangkok shrine reopened for the first time since the attack. this morning the first prescription drug to boost women's sex drive is set to
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launch this fall. the fda approved addyi yesterday after years of debate. it is a pill designed for premenopausal women with hype to active sexual desire disorder or a decreased sexual desire. it is the most common form of sexual dysfunction in women today. vinita nair shows us why it comes with a dose of controversy. >> addyi is the first of its kind. until yesterday thefr a drug for women or men that targets decreased decreased libido. it needs several weeks before its affects kick? >> did you guys hear the fda approved the first ever medication for -- >> reporter: the score, a lobbying group backed by sprout pharmaceuticals the company that makes the pill release this video tuesday night. banking the fda for approving the controversial drug. addyi targets premenopausal women with low libido.
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>> it's caused a lot of frustration with me and my husband. a lot of disappointment that there's nothing we're able to do about it. >> reporter: the pill's arrival didn't come easily. the fda rejected it twice. once in 2010 and again in 2013 for safety concerns. most common side effects include dizzines dizziness, nausea, and fatigue. the manufacturer also strongly warns when combined with alcohol, addyi can cause fainting. dr. adrian berman says that the drug's risks are greater than its benefits. >> it's barely effective at all. it increases the number of sexually satisfying events by less than one event a month. >> reporter: this little pink pill is often referred to as the female version of a decades old blue pill. >> viagra helps guys get and keep an erection. >> reporter: he says comparisons between addyi and viagra are ining a rate. >> viagra increases rectat blood
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flow. >> i think if there was some slight improvement that would be meaningful to both me and my husband. >> sprout pharmaceuticals expects the prescription pill to become available by mid october. the estimated cost be l. be between $30 and $75 a month. gayle? >> thank you, vinita. first on "cbs this morning" the ceo of drug maker behind addyi will join us here in studio 57. cindy whitehead on an historic moment in women's health. plus, the politics of this pill. the safety officials are investigating a near disaster for a us airways flight. a sudden burst of wind hit the airbus jet on saturday as it was touching down in charlotte. the pilot aborted the landing after the tail hit several runway lights. >> we had an airbus 321 touch down pretty hard. he you understanded it. went around and he had a tail strike damage.
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>> the plane was 159 people aboard. landed safely on its second attempt. no injuries were reported. this morning's severe weather from the midwest is moving east. tornadoes touched down yesterday in parts of illinois. this one swirled about 100 miles southwest of chicago. the system also brought blinding rain to wrigley field. the cubs game against the tigers was delayed by more than two hours. an elite school with alumni like john kerry and fbi director faces scandal this morning. ahead, the one-time student charged with raping a younger classmate. what the alleged victim is
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a freshman girl. now he's here to defend himself. 19-year-old owen labrie sat stoic as the teenage girl took the stand. she later wept as she identified the prep school senior. courtroom cameras did not show her face to protect her identity. prosecutors say he raped the freshman who was then 15 in a mechanical room in may 2014 as part of an ubds ground tradition called senior salute where graduating young men tried to have sex with freshmen students. >> do you remember how you received that invitation.
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>> over an e-mail. >> 'cording to the "associated press" labrie told police the students would keep a tally of the underclassman which was tallied and they painted it over the wall of a wash machine until the school would paint over it and they'd post it online. the school released a statement monday that said in part allegations of our culture are not emblematic of our school or values. >> the defender utilized facebook to entice, solicit [ bleep ] to meet with him with the plan he was going to have sex with her. >> reporter: labrie's defense attorney said it was consensual.
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aliens. >> when yore wu offu were offer role, were you surprised? >> yes. >> reporter: do you consider yourself an american? >> yes. >> reporter: but the 21-year-old is an undocumented citizen who snuck into the country to be with his mother. >> the faith that i'm here illegally, i understand, but it's a reality we have to deal with. our parents decided to bring us here because they want a better future for us. we love this country. we follow the rules and we want to make something good of ourselves and make people proud. >> reporter: undocumented immigrants make up more than 15% of the people living in huntington park. the mayor knew appointing them would still be controversy. >> are you sejd a mention you can break the law and be
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rewarded for that? >> i don't think so. you here not going to get rid of them. you're not going to deport them. so what do you do? you have to engage with them in a popular way. >> if we head down the road giving political benefits to people who have no right in the country, we further d-mennish the value of citizenship and the basic core that ties us together as one people. >> for "cbs this morning." ahead, the,,
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rafael bridge. if you plan to make the bay bridge commute that's crowded too. not as bad as it could be, slow from just the foot of the maze. the metering lights remain on. and the nimitz that's beginning to crowd up. you're looking at delays in the northbound direction, a little slow leaving 66th avenue. southbound traffic still doing okay out of san leandro bound for hayward. and the san mateo bridge, you know, it's been very slow, still heavy traffic westbound approaching midspan. brian. >> we are starting out overcast in the bay area, low clouds around the bay area but temperatures are cool inland as we see the sunrise slowly in the ease from mount vaca. temperatures right now on this early wednesday morning 64 degrees in concord. oakland 64. livermore 64. san francisco 62. here's what's happening. high pressure subsides to the southwest. low pressure over the pacific northwest. we just go with that onshore flow. pretty good sea breeze and fairly mild temperatures in the city. 68 today. ,,,, ♪
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deyet, adiet, ate a fried hot dock on a stick and had beer. he said he ate it so sum numbers would go up. a poll out this morning shows new signs of hillary clinton's support is slipping.
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she still leads other four others but her lead over trump is now only six points in the cnn survey. last month the margin was 16 pointss. >> more than half of the voters have an unfavorable clear. she answered a group of questions about her private e-mail server with some tough talk of her own. >> no matter what anybody tries to say, the facts are stubborn. what i did was legally permitted. what you're seeing now is a disagreement. that has nothing to do with me. >> well, my personal e-mails are my personal business, right? >> did you wipe the servers? ? >> like with a cloth or something? >> i don't know. you know how it works digitally. >> i don't know how it works
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digitally. i know you want to make a point. in order to be as cooperative as possible, we have turned over the server. they can do whatever they want to with the server to figure out what's there, what's not there. there's for the people investigating it to try to figure it out. but we turned over everything that was work related. every single thing. >> as she left hillary clinton told the reporters, quote, nobody talks to me about this stuff other than you guys. in an interview trump defejded taking away automatic citizenship for american born children whose parents are here illegally. >> if you're born here, you're an american, period. period. >> i don't think they have american citizenship. if you speak to very good lawyers, you'll find they do not have american citizenship. we have to start a process where
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we take back our country. our country is going to hell. >> on tuesday clinton and republican jeb bush blasted the proposal. >> the idea that we would amend our constitution to do away with citizen ship, by birth is absolutely the wrong direction to go. >> to suggest that people born in this country are not united states history, i just reject out of hand. >> trump returns to the campaign tonight with a town meeting in new hampshire. this morning a canadian man is facing charges for pointing a laser at a police helicopter. the pilot was blinded by a bright green light. they used infrared cameras to investigate. they spotted the suspect. >> these guys are continuously hitting us. i've got them at the dead end of the court. >> they're running now. >> he's over the fence.
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we're going to stay with the target. we know where the target is. >> reporter: they tracked one 19-year-old from above and guided canines on the ground. the helicopter also led police to the laser. >> just keep walking, five feet, four feet, two feet, it should be right there. >> he faces three charges and is due in court next month. >> it's good to see them caught that way. >> absolutely. >> if anybody thinks that's okay do. >> it howe is that funny. >> >> it's not. a drugmaker with 25 employees now up to 34 is making medical history with a little pink pill. first on "cbs this morning," sin guy whitehead of sprout,,
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in our morning rounds, the inside story of getting the little pink pill approved. as we reported earlier, the fda has finally given the go ahead to the first prescription medication for women's sexual dysfunction. the official name is flibanserin. cindy whitehead is the ceo of sprout pharmaceuticals and she's at the table. her company will market the drug under the brand name addyi. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> this was a great day for your company, you call it a big day for women. >> yesterday, science won and so, too, did women. finally, women have the ability
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to make the choice with their health care provider whether or not they want treatment for the most common form of female sexual dysfunction. it affects one in ten women and has been a long time to get to this moment. >> critics have not gone away. the drug was turned down twice by the fda, talking about the potential side effects and the modest results. did you change the drug in the meantime between the two times it was turned down to make it better, to make it more effective? >> one of the things that did change that's been lost in the conversation is there's a lot more data, so when you look at the expert panels who had voted 18-6 for the approval of the drug, they were looking at new clinical trials, new safety trials that have never before been weighed in on by an expert group. it was a lot more science that's come forward that's allowed us to truly characterize the benefits and risks for patients. >> did all the science and new data cause you to change in any way? the drug, per se. >> the drug has not changed.
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just the amount of information around it, the amount of challenge studies we've done with it, et cetera. >> is there no way to have created a drug without the side effects? >> no drug comes without side effects. i think that's very important, right? addyi is no different than countless other drugs. what we do is study it to understand what would be the benefits to patients, what would be the risks, and provided the fda stamp as approvalable we turn that over and let patients make those decisions. >> here's what i struggle with a little bit, i think it's common for women, especially after having children, they have a job, libido takes a hit, right? this is not an abnormal thing, i talk about this with my friends all the time. now we're sort of calling this a disease almost. >> let's make that distinction. low desire is not it. if you have no time, no privacy, whatever that may be, no energy at the end of the day, that's normal. normal desire fluctuates. hyperactive sexual desire
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disorder is a medical condition we've known about since 1977. we have four decades of medical research on this. >> how do you know the difference? >> there's a diagnostic questionnaire health care providers walk through. they look to did women have a desire in the past, have they lost something they used to know, are they bothered by it, and, you know, do you want to do something about it. then they start to look at exclusionary factors. if this is related to a relationship issue, it would not be the answer, talk therapy would be the course to that patient. so it is a well understood diagnosis in the medical community, and they really do -- they are able to chip away what it might be and is it biological and that's where women have been underserved. we have a narrative in society that's reduced all things in the bedroom for men to biology, as witnessed by countless medical treatment options and everything in the bedroom for women to
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psychology. both genders bring both things into the bedroom and women deserve a biological treatment option. >> i know a lot of women are excited about this news today, but there are critics on the other side who say your company, sprout, launched such a well funded campaign and it sends the wrong message if you can approve something they normally wouldn't, it became a big public relations process. >> so that's factually inaccurate. we are one of 26 organizations that are part of a coalition effort in this. we are about one of them. i think we have been the case in point in a much larger conversation that needed to happen, and these are some of the most prestigious women's rights groups, women's health groups, and medical societies. >> sprout citizen is not a big pharmaceutical company. >> we tease we're a company that can entirely fit in an elevator and our mission was always from the get go to change the conversation around female sexuality. >> how should the conversation be changed? >> i think we operate at the
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extreme. sort of we either hyper sexualize in our culture or treat it as taboo. if we come down the middle, sex is part of who we are, part of our relationships for most of us, our marriages, and if something isn't going right and it's medical, i believe you should have medical treatments to address that. the greatest legacy for us, i think, in breaking through with this is we would open the door for a variety of treatment options to come forward. addyi is not going to work for all women. no drug works for all patients. it will be ready -- we're going to go to work now and get it out by october the 17th. that's our launch date. >> all right. >> thank you so much. thank you. >> thank you very much. pop sinker sierra has a new perspective on her life. how becoming a new mother inspires her to honor her own mom. that's ahead on "cbs this morning". her own mom. that's ahead on "cbs this morning." >> announcer: cbs morning rounds
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the on demand is growing. it could more than double in the next five years. brands like uber and amazon prime are being joined by hello al fred, a virtual butler. elaine quijano of our digital
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network cbsn is at next cleaners in new york city, one of al fred's partners. elaine, good morning. >> good morning to you. with hello alfred, busy professionals are able to use their smartphones for things like grocery shopping or having their suits taken to the dry cleaners and put back in their closet and the two recent high school graduates who thought of the idea are hoping it will catch on. she spends most days doing typical household chois but in an atypical situation. she's not doing them for herself but for this woman, a new york city artist. >> i was in my studio working all the time. like i was in here so focused until like 10:00 or 11:00 at night and i wasn't taking care of myself. >> so she called in meg, a personal butler she requested through a personal app. >> hi, al fred is here.
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>> i visit once a week and take care of their weekly errands and to-do list. >> reporter: inspired by batman's butler alfred, the co-founders started the company in 2013. >> we're taking the cognitive load of thinking about your to-do list out of the equation. >> i can hear what you're saying. i can also think, though, some people might think that's lazy. >> this isn'ting being lazy. it's about being busy. >> i want to focus on i want to build my company gorks to the gym, and talk to my mom tochl the degree i have someone who helps me do these things, i don't think it's lazy at all. >> i think it's smart. >> so while she's getting ready for work, meg is picking up the keys from the hello alfred office and while she's briing groceries. meg is focusing.
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meg completed her to-do list. the cost of services range from $15 to $42 a week depending on the number of visits. more than 4,000 households currently use the app and the company plans to expand to san francisco, washington, d.c. >> what is your process? >> we go through a very rigorous interview and check-in process. we bring them in for about three hours because they're in your home dealing with a lot of private things. >> those who work full time receive benefits and a contract. >> a contract is a relationship and we wanted to have the best possible relationship with the most important people in our business. >> that differs from most on demand companies like uber who consider their workers independent contractors. >> so the disadvantage of having them be w-2 employees is it's simple and more expensive.
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>> expensive but a great markets strategy. >> the consumers claim that they're very concerned about the well being of the employees of the company. >> reporter: but he's not sure if it's enough to keep hello alfred afloat in what he says is an oversaturated economy. >> they talk a bigger game. gut reaction, i think their chances of survival are better than most, which puts it at one in ten. >> reporter: meg was a little more optimistic. >> i think having an alfred is going to be like having an insta game or twitter. oh, like i had my alfred do that for me. >> reporter: it's raising questions about its effect on the economy. consumers do benefit from services but it can also be harder for workers to find job security but for hello alfred, those who work full time are considered employees. gayle? >> all right.
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thanks. seeming lie they're on to something else. the good morning. crews this morning have doused a brush fire just outside san jose. six acres burned south of the city's evergreen area. the fire began before 10:00 last night. no buildings in endangered. state health officials are investigating another possible case of the plague now that a second person has fallen ill after visiting yosemite national park. previously two plague-infected squirrels were found near tuolumne meadows. the campground is closed until friday. traffi,,
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good morning. i'm liza battalones. slow traffic at the bay bridge toll plaza. metering lights are still on. and traffic is backed up from the foot of the maze. drive times 33 minutes now leaving the carquinez bridge to the maze in oakland. and the san mateo bridge is slow. you may want to take the dumbarton bridge as your alternate. westbound heavy from end to end as you leave hayward bound for foster city. and once you get into the peninsula take a look at our sensors on 101.
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very heavy traffic now in both directions between redwood city and palo alto. 280 though wide open. and heading for the altamont pass, it is no longer delayed from the 205 interchange. just a little bit of slow traffic westbound as you leave grant line. that's a look at your "kcbs traffic." here's brian. >> yeah. i notice a lot of fog and overcast in all those traffic shots and except for toward the altamont pass, we do have cloudy skies to start with but look at the view from vaccination looking south toward lake curry. doesn't look too bad. right now concord 64 degrees. oakland 64. livermore 64. here in the city 62. we'll dispense with the low clouds being helped along by the low pressure off the pacific northwest. more clouds cooler temperatures on the way for the bay area for the next couple of days. forecast highs for today, we are looking at 74 degrees in oakland. 68 for san francisco. in livermore 86. 86 for fairfield. and 80 at napa. extended forecast, more of the same. fog and low clouds in the morning. sun in the,,,,,,,,
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this is one of the greatest hot spots, the giant blue wail. you know they're here. you just can't jolly well find them. oh, look, there is one. >> what a response. >> i'll say. d us that ever happen to you. perfect comic timing from a blue whale when he shows how hard it is to spot them when the blue whale almost right on cue surprised him by surfacing. didn't you like his reaction. oh, look, there is one. coming up this half hour first on "cbs this morning," the dazzling results of a search
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that spanned centuries. brent brisbane. look what he's brought with him. >> cool coins. >> very cool coins. he shows us how he found a king's treasure, no relation, and what it's worth. also in studio 57, sierra, the grammy-winner's single is a big hit. it's been seen more than 20 million times. we'll talk about her making headlines and russell wilson, quarterback. that's straight ahead. a new study found they were more likely to smoke cigarettes, cigars compared to piers who never tried e-cigarettes. they may call more regulation for the e-cigarettes. "the des moines register" reports on a little league team. officials called for the game
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after the washington team was accused of deliberately losing a game to prevent iowa from advancing. the loss eliminated them from the tournament. it will not play for the world title but will play for a third place game tomorrow. there was a computer glitch at bloomingdales that accidentally caused a $25,000 gift card to a person. he bought $10,000 in diamonds. >> what would you do? >> i would bring them back. i know you would too. >> absolutely. whatever you say. according to the "washington post." you can rate your experiences with the federal government. you can write reviews on everything from tourist destinations to motor vehicle
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agencies. republican carly fiorina tweet shed reviewed the tsa and gave it one star. she said body scanners have a 96% failure right and federal bureaucracies are inept. "rolling stones" reports on the first record up for auction. the band played the single "my bonny" with tony
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dress like bowie while he's singing. a spokesman said the singer has no comment. this morning the world is rbir remembering a superhero. she played batgirl. she died from complications from breast cancer. the actress fought crimes alongside the caped crusader in the 1960s. she also had tv roles in "star trek" and "the man from u.n.c.l.e." evonne craig was 789. putin boarded a submarine to visit an 11th century ship wreck. they an ex-ed the region after last year. this is the latest in a southeast of stunts by the president to boost his image with the russian public. first on "cbs this morning,"
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we have breaking news of an in credible treasure find. the story begins in the 18th century. 11 spanish ships were destroyed in a hurricane off the coast of florida. they were sailing from havana cuba to spain. last month 300 years to the day since the disaster, a florida salvage company recovered 350 sunken gold coins. they're worth $4.5 million. he's the co-founder of the company. 1,715 sweet queen jewels. i'm so excited. i grew up on the goonies, treasure hunting. tell us about this amazing discovery. >> it's incredible. as you said there was a fleet of
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spaniards. they were hit by a hurricane. we salvaged their remains andal this. >> how did you find out about it? >> it's a well documented story. they were identified in the late 50s and early '60s. it's amazing on the anniversary they decided to tell more of their story. >> how does one by law divide up the spoils of these really wonderful discover riies. >> can i have a coin? >> i think we can help you out. judge jane florence king. when we find the artifacts we have an obligation to give up to
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20%. after that all of the artifacts belong to me and my crew which consists of three guys, and we will all be the ones to share in the treasure. >> so the four of your buy the rest. >> that's correct. >> you were telling us in the greenroom one of those bigger ones is worth $300,000. >> that's correct. >> we should hold it up. brent arrived with security. how did you discover it? it was in shallow water. >> these royals are perfect specimen of the coinage of the time and they were made on royal order for the king of spain to be mostly given out as presentation pieces so they're true perfect examples of the coinage and on that day, jonah, my co-captain, he picked the spot. it was just surreal.
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to have it happen on the 300th anniversary is really something that i can't articulate. it's magical. >> how deep down were they? >> as you can see from the video, we're about in six feet of water. we work extremely close to shore. these shipwrecks were pushed by the hurricane to the outer edge os testify reefs and destroyed by the wave action. so pieces have floated for miles all the way into the beach. people still find treasures. in florida, it's finders keepers on the beach. >> can anyone be a treasure hunter? not that i'm considering a career change just yet. >> you're welcome to counsel down and i'll show you. the only way to do it is be a subcontractor of my organization. >> how convenient. >> to the remains of the shipwreck alled a jude indicate.
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we are the district court's custodian. so we take all these artifacts into our custody. at the end of the year the state of florida will review what we found, look at certain artifacts for purposes of displaying it in a museum and then once we work a value out -- >> what's the total value of coins you've discovered? >> since i've about been doing it since 2010. close to $6.5 million and we estimate there's more than $400 million. >> you must have a nice house rchl you looking for people to join your organization or are you taking interns? >> i absolutely do. i am inundated with people. we vet them. >> how did you get into it. >> it was my father. it was a passion of his and i'm fulfilling the dream for him.
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>> what's something that has not been found. >> there are so many shipwrecks all over the world and the vast majority of them are steamers. there are very few laden with treasure, so to find a virgin shipwreck or the queen's jewels that's on the ship, that's kind of what we shoot for. >> all right. congratulations. >> thank you very much. >> brett, my new best friend. thaefrpgs a lot. pop artist ,,
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don't get it twisted, gail. it has more than 20 million views. good morning to you and welcome, ciara. >> good morning. >> that video was so hot i had to go take a shower. it's very seccy with a capital "s." >> thank you so much. >> this is what you said. ite tess most personal album you've ever done because you wanted people to know the real you. you laid it out there. >> i wanted people to hear my voice. after having my child it allowed me to reveal my true feelings and thoughts. it's like, i am who i am. take it or leave it. i poured myself into my music. i learned the value of vulnerability. you allow yourself to grow, to heal. you learn so many things when you really allow yourself to be free and be okay with the flaws and be oklahoma with everybody. so i just kind of allowed myself to be free in the process and i
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think it allowed me to make my best product. >> vulnerable and free. >> absolutely. >> you were candid about the father of your child. i had go there. i have to go there for a second. the rumors are cheater, cheater pumpkin eater. now in the nuews he doesn't min you dating russell wasson but didn't like you exposing your child to russell. >> i feel like it's a double standard. at one point in a time i took care of his kids in our relationship. >> he has three. >> yes, he does. actually four. one was adopted. i was in involved at the early stage. it's kienl of like, well, what's the difference here, you know? i think that even for the men that are outspoken.
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when you want someone to love on the child, more than anything it's a child we're talking about. that's the thing people have to think about. remove the adult from the situation. really. this is my child here, you know. and that's serious, you know. >> does that make you angry when people are openly judging you when they don't know you? it's frustrating. >> people are going to talk about me. i was built with this. when it comes to your child, it's something i don't take lightly, you know. at the end of the day my son will be the one affected the most out of this and i think people have to think about that versus just kind of like shouting out things. >> and you wouldn't put your son in harm's way. >> absolutely not and the thing is to put out things -- to speak on such a sensitive and real situation when you don't have all the facts is really -- that to me is the frustrating part. my son has to grow up one day.
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it's like to the guys that have an opinion, you know, know your facts. i did talk to my son's father. he didn't want to talk to me. that was that. i don't know what more than they would expect me to do than live my life and that's what i'm doing. my son is the most important and the person that loves me -- >> like it says on the ciara album. >> when did you and russell come together. >> we've been together for a good bit. i don't like to mark the exact date and time. >> you've been together for a while. >> more than half a year. >> and you decided to be celibate which is such a brave and bold step. >> when he said that we're going to be sell brat, a, i'm surprise thad you all told us that because it really is nobody's business, were you surprised? >> it was one of those things -- it was an organic conversation.
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i guess he was speaking the reality of what really is going on. i was at church and the cool thing is just being able to share our journey with other people like us. it's a great challenge. i can definitely say that. but it's awesome because we get to really challenge ourselves to know each other and build a foundation. you know, i don't -- we are christians and we love god and believe in god. >> christians have sex. >> i was going to say more so based off of the love -- wanting to love each other, really wanting to know each other, build and grow and build a solid foundation. because that part is the cherry on top. i this i that can also cloud your emotions and you can kind of not really get to see a person for who they are. >> let me end with this. charlie would like to know when the celibacy is going to end. ,,
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ing good morning. san jose police are urging the third suspect in a recent murder to turn himself in. since that shooting, police have shot and killed the two other suspects. police warn the suspect at large is considered armed and dangerous. today democratic presidential candidate martin o'malley is in the bay area. the former governor of maryland is hosting a pitch contest for startups in san francisco. and stanford university is investigating an act of vandalism on a century old statue. someone broke an arm off the angel of greece. the statue was placed in 1901 by james stanford after the death -- jane stanford after the death of her brother. a mild day for the bay area today. a lot of overcast out there but we'll get sun a little later. as we look over san jose, this afternoon we'll be in the mid-
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80s inland. the bay mid-70s and at the shoreline, lingering low clouds for much of the day. here's what's happening. low pressure is deepening that marine layer. and reinforcing the sea breeze so that's keeping us on the cool side. so we'll just go with the onshore flow. right through the weekend. we'll have the usual night and early-morning low clouds giving way to sun by midday. except right at the beach. forecast highs for your wednesday, 79 at the marin civic center in san rafael. 81 for santa rosa. san francisco 68. in san jose, 80 degrees. and at livermore 86. in the extended forecast, low clouds in the morning, sun in the afternoon, temperatures range from the mid-60s at the shoreline to the mid-80s inland. we'll keep it that way all the way through early next week. that's weather, traffic after a break.
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good morning. i'm liza battalones. long delays for the fairfield commute. we have an accident near the cordelia truck scales blocking three lanes of traffic. traffic slow down to 16 miles per hour for some stretches of i-80 again, that's in the westbound direction. meantime, in the north bay, getting to the san rafael area, you're going to be sitting in delays west 580 at the richmond bridge. traffic slow from richmond parkway because of earlier problems. south 101 very heavy now leaving novato bound for san rafael. west 37 slow out of vallejo bound for novato. and over at the bay bridge toll plaza, the backups are the same, slow from the foot of the maze. em when you see this truc
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