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a massive manhunt is under way and a community is on edge. three suspects are sought in the deadly shooting of a police officer in a chicago suburb. >> i don't feel very comfortable with sending my kids to school if this is going on. >> are stocks headed for a september swoon? wall street braces for another steep drop after overseas markets fall again overnight. under whose authority are you -- >> a standoff over same-sex marriage in kentucky continues this morning. a county clerk defies the supreme court, refusing to issue
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marriage licenses to gay couples. why her critics are calling her actions hypocritical. and egg mcmuffin lovers rejoice. why fans of the mcdonald's breakfast will no longer have to set their alarm clocks for their fast food fix. captioning funded by cbs this is the "cbs morning news" for wednesday, september 2nd, 2015. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. through the night law enforcement officials through illinois have been searching for three men suspected of murdering a police officer. when he was found his gun was missing. local officials including six aircraft centered around the village of fox lake. fox lake is located 55 miles around chicago and the area's schools are closed today and jamie lucas is there.
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>> reporter: at least six federal, state, and local agencies are on the hunt for three men charged with killing officer. he was shot. described them as two white males and one back man. he was with the fox lake police department for more than three decades and a father of four sons. >> we lost a family member. many residents in here knew him as g.i. joe. >> reporter: a small memorial is growing at the police station as the community mourn as loved and decorated officer. he's 26th officer killed by gunfire this year according to the officer down memorial page. four have been killed in just the last eight day. this past weekend a texas sheriff's deputy was gunned down at a gas station near houston.
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but overall law enforcement gunfire deaths are down compared to last year. jamie lucas, cbs news, fox lake, illinois. this morning jittery wall street investors don't know what to expect. u.s. stock futures are higher despite another big selloff yesterday. in the words of one analyst, the market remains fragile. news yesterday that china's manufacturing hit a three-year low sent stocks there into another tail spin. today stocks in asia were down again. china's shanghai composite lost 0.2%. mainland china june, and japan's nikkei closed down 0.4%. hena daniels is at the new york stock exchange with more on that. good morning. >> good morning. driven as they have been by problems in china, stocks here on wall street have started the day sharply lower and never recovered. the major indices closed down about 3%.
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the dow jones industrial sank 469 points. the s&p 500 lost 58 points, and the nasdaq composite finish dound 140 points. and it wuchbt just news from china that sent stocks here into the downward spiral. news from the sector slowed last month to its weakest in two yearsed aed to that uncertainty. >> i think the real problem is that now investors in the u.s. are worrying that the u.s. itself is headed toward recession, possibly dragged down by china or of its own accord. >> and concern that china's slowing economy means less demand for oil sent oil prices sharply lower. crude oil fell over four and a half dollars a barrel. it means it's less likely they'll raise the interest rates for first time in nine years. and friday they'll release the
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job figures. and china is closed for two days for a holiday marking the end of world war ii. >> notes she's on
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her fourth husband. she refuses to resign despite steep fines or jail time. bush trailing in the polls has taken on trump head on, leasing a video featuring clips of trump promoting liberal positions. >> well, you'd be shocked if i said that in many cases i probably identify more as a democrat. >> in miami yesterday bush said trump has attacked him personally and mischaracter riedsed his view. the video bush says shows what trump has said in the past. >> he has supported higher taxes. i've cut taxes every year. that he's pro-choice. i've been consistently in a very loving way pro-life. if you look at his record whapd he believes, he supports democrats. afterward trump hit another
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tweet. will jeb sink as low in the polls as the others who have gone after me? police are investigating a bomb. last month's bombing at a shrine in central bangkok killed 20 people and injured over 120 others. the suspect was arrested near the border with thailand. it's unclear what role heed my have played in the attacks. and it looks like the deal with iran and others can kill it. they were the 31st and 32nd to support the deal 346789 are expected to up hold the expected vito designed to block it. mr. obama is spending his third day in alaska. yesterday the president hiked the glacier which has been
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retreating at a faster and faster pace. he used the opportunity to warn about climate change and took a boat tour on peninsula. coming up, a former pro wrestler is busted. he's jailed in a cold case murder. and later mcdonald's menu change that will make egg mcmuffin fans happy. this is the "cbs morning news."
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police arrested snuka tuesday at his new jersey home. authorities allege that 32-year-olds ago he beat his then girlfriend nancy argentino to deekt in an allentown motel room following a wwe event. they say his autobiography provided clues. >> in his autobiography in which he talked about his frequent use of alcohol, cocaine, and wrote, quote, in 1983, my life started getting a little crazy, close quote. >> he was charged with involuntary manslaughter and he's being held on $100,000 bail. a pretrial begins for six police officers charged in the death of freddie gray. he suffered fatal spinal cord injury while in police custody in april. brook silva-braga has the latest. >> reporter: there is stepped up security outside a baltimore
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courthouse where later today the judge will decide what's next for the six officers facing criminal charges in connection with the fatal death of freddie gray. >> the residents of this city expect their police department to be prepared. >> reporter: the officers won't be in attendance as they decide whether they should be charged separately or the charges dismissed. the defense is also seeking to have the baltimore state's attorney marilyn moseby be removed from the case citing conflicts of interest. gray died in april after suffering a spinal cord injury while riding in a police van. a coroner ruled it a homicide. >> don't let the cops get off. >> reporter: activists are planning to get together outside the courthouse this morning. >> the killers of freddie gray must go to jail and be prosecuted. >> reporter: gray's death sparked weeks of protests which calmed after the adjusters were charged, and some worry any change in the case could reignite violence. >> i believe some people want an excuse to do things. >> reporter: the six officers
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face charges ranging from second-degree assault to second-degree depraved heart murder. the trial is set for october. the trial could very well be pushed back. the lawyers will be back to argue over whether the officers can get a fair trial in baltimore. the defense wants it moved outside the city. anne-marie. >> brook silva-braga in new york. thank you, brook. a decision soon on whether tom brady's suspension should be upheld in the deflategate case. jo. and amazon announces a game-changer for its service. no internet, no problem. rsonal . and this guy won't just surf the web. he'll touch it. scribble on it. and share it. because these kids will grow up with windows 10. get started today.
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>> go want's two-run shot gives them a whip over cleveland. the drama over deflated footballs that began before the super bowl could people reach a conclusion today. a federal judge will make a final determination on whether new england patriots' quarterback tom brady will serve a four-game suspension. judge richard berman said tuesday his decision will come by friday. the patriots play their first regular season game next thursday. and boston is out and los angeles is in. the u.s. olympic committee officially nominated l.a. as its choice to host the 2024 summer games. boston dropped its bid two months ago. los angeles is still vying with parks rome, hamburg, and budapest. meanwhile they're scrapping their logo for the 2020 games. . the decision was made after the
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designer was accused of plagiarizing the logo. when we return, bringing breakfast back. mcdonald's will let you enjoy breakfast sandwiches and other items no matter what time of the day it is. details in "moneywatch." ♪ the only one for me is you. ♪ and you for me. ♪ so happy together! now there's a rewards program that lets you earn points at one place and use them at another. introducing plenti. ♪ ♪ discover lots of ways to earn points fast and join for free at ♪ ♪
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. well, they're growing in popularity and now you can chalk up a new use for drones. youtube personality darryn clingenburg attached a hook, line, and sinker to his drone and flew it over a pond and, you guessed it, he caught a fish. of course, it was all caught on his cell phone video camera. like any social media star, he took a selfie with his catch.
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no word on whether he threw it back in. not the biggest fish. on "cbs moneywatch," amazon anounszed a big change to is subscription streaming service and why you can enjoy an egg mcmuffin any time of the day. hena daniels with the new york stock exchange has that and more. good morning, hena. >> good morning, anne-marie. drivers have been granted class action status. the suit could include as many as 160,000 uber drivers in california. the drivers say they're uber employees, not independent contractors. they claim they're entitled to reimbursement for expenses including gasoline and maintenance to their cars. frozen corn is being recalled because of wisteria contamination. it's sold under several brand names including wild wilde, bounty ffl harvest and west creek. it was delivered to stores in 14
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states. amazon is adding video downloads to its subscribers. amazon will let you download content to watch offline. that's a big change if you're head swrg that doesn't have wi-fi. that's a big change. on wi-fi they don't have streaming and have no plans for offline playbacks. google has a new logo. it's using a typeface making it look simpler and more modern and the colors are softer. google said the change was made because people interact across several devices sometimes all in one day. consumer reports rates the car's worst cars in 2015. for the chrysler 200 consumers report disliked its raspy
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4-cylinder decision and klutzy handling. the sport has flatfooted engine and the handling is lumbering. they say the lexus is too much like the toyota rav4, especially the jostling ride and the kia sedona suv was made to look like a minivan but says the ride is supple and the steering vague. and mcdonald's may soon be serving breakfast all day. starting october 6th, they'll all all day breakfast menus all day. it will i include favorites like burritos or hotcakes, and egg mcmuffins. >> never again will i find myself at a counter about to order my breakfast only to watch them flip over to the lunch menu before i can say can i have a breakfast burrito. >> it's happened to me too. >> this is great news. hena daniels at the new york stock exchange. thank you very much, hena. well, he protects, he serves, and he's a mean jump wroeper. he's seen doing the double dutch while at a community event.
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a soyuz spacecraft blasted off this morning heading to the international space station. it's carrying a three-man crew including its first dane in space. a cosmonaut will replace sinner sarah brightman who dropped out this year. the crew arrives on friday bringing the number on board to nine for the first time in nearly two years. >> here's another look at this morning's top stories. through the night a massive search continued in northern illinois for three men suspected of fatally shooting a veteran police officer. lieutenant charles gliniewicz was killed while chasing a group of men on foot. the town of fox lake is locked
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down. police have even offered to walk residents' dogs. it could be another rough ride for investors today. stocks in asia were down again after yesterday's big selloff. shares on wall street followed along plunging about 3% yesterday. there is buzz surrounding vice president joe biden and his potential run for the white house in 2016. biden says he'll make a decision one way or another later this month. he will be a guest of stephen colbert on the "late show" next week. biden will appear on colbert's third show on thursday, september 10th. in less than a week go colbert makes his late-show debut on september 8th right here on cbs. and before he investigated started colbert is lending his voice to directions using a driving app. colbert's voice will give you directions if you use wave.
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he joins other selects in giving directions on the service, but colbert's voice will only be used until september 22nd. top ufc fighter ronda rousey has a reputation for being tough, and that's earned her plenty of fans, including a marine in camp lejeune who sent her a video extending an invitation. >> you are a celebrity crush. i love everything you do and i think you're a phenomenal person which is why it would be my honor to take you to the marine corps ball september 11th. >> good news for him. she said yes. she said an upcoming fight was moved to november so she's free as long as he's a gentleman. i don't think he has a choice but to be a gentleman. speaking of gentleman, kermit the frog is hanging out with someone new. he's been spotted with someone new. her name is denise. she went on twitter to deny she
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was his girlfriend. they're just close friends. this coming officially after kermit split with miss piggy. close friends, really. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," much more on the standoff over same-sex marriage in one kentucky county. plus, the controversy over the movie "concussion" and its allegations against the nfl. and fathers are getting lessons on how to style their daughters' hair. that's the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. i'm anne-marie green. thanks for watching. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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good morning. it's wednesday, september 2, i'm maria medina.
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>> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. liza has traffic and roberta has weather. >> it's going to be a lot of weather today. it's going to blow into the bay area. the big difference between yesterday and today, the winds are going to gusty. right now numbers are in the 60s. santa rosa and napa in the 50s. overcast at the coast and into the bay. even some localize the drizzle out the door later today climbing to the mid-80s well inland. we'll talk about the windy conditions but first here's liza battalones. >> caltrans is busy overnight in livermore westbound 580 approaching greenville picking up roadwork. slow traffic down to 48 miles per hour. a man is in critical condition after he reportedly shot himself during a confrontation with police at a bart station. kpix 5's anne makovec is live at the west oakland


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