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♪ good morning our viewers in the west. it is friday june 17th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." an unprecedented challenge against president obama's syria strategy. more than 50 u.s. diplomats called for military strikes against president assad's regime. >> new video shows orlando shooting victims hiding in fear in a bathroom. a survivor shares his tense moments in front of the gunman. only on "cbs this morning," the controversial plan by the popular driving app waze to allow drivers to steer clear of high-crime neighborhoods. >> we begin with a look at today's eye-opener, your world in 90 seconds. there was a guy that was
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choking on his own blood. he wanted water so bad, so we were trying to comfort him as much as we could. >> there's details about the orlando shooter's wife. >> the couple was apparently texting one another during the rampage. >> those who were killed and injured here were gunned down by a single killer with a powerful assault weapon. >> blaming guns -- i'm going to save your second amendment, folks. >> president obama's strategy in syria is coming under fire this morning. >> cable signed by 51 diplomats urges airstrikes against the assad regime. iraqi troops reportedly recapturing a government building in central fallujah from isis. >> cia director john brennan saying we have not been able to stop isis from growing. >> our efforts have not reduced terrorism capability and global
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reach. >> clinton loss of jo cox. wildfire evacuations across california, arizona. >> terrifying, really. >> singer meat loaf is hospitalized in canada after collapsing during a show in edmonton. >> all that -- >> this due to one-handed grab at foul ball, fantastic. how about this guy? give me that souvenir. >> in cleveland, a wire-to-wire victory for cleveland cavs. >> all that matters. >> today is the one-year anniversary of donald trump's announcement that he would run for president. it's hard to believe it was only onyear ago that democrats were worried about jeb bush. >> on "cbs this morning." >> simpler times. >> oprah has endorsed hillary clinton for president. when asked about hillary's chances of becoming the most powerful woman in the world. oprah said, oh, i'm not stepping
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down. >> announcer: this morning's eye-opener presented by toyota, let's go places. welcome to "cbs this morning." the obama administration faces an unprecedented challenge to its foreign policy from within. 51 career diplomats from across the state department signed an internal memo calling for new military action in syria. the classified document is sharply critical of the administration. >> multiple sources say secretary of state john kerry has urged the president to do more this morning. kerry says he has not seen the memo but according to a spokesman he has been briefed on it and calls it an important statement. margaret brennan spoke to some of the diplomats. she's at the white house. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it's rare to see diplomats formally object to u.s. policy. but after five years of brutal
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war, some within the obama administration have had enough and are calling for action. with an estimated 500,000 people dead in syria and thousands of refugees fleeing for their lives, dozens of american diplomats called for a radical change. the 51 state department officials who signed the classified internal memo argued that the u.s. should destroy syrian dictator bashar al assad's military might. assad has faced no consequence for his brutality, continuing to ignore assad while fighting isis is dragging out the five-year war. and they believe it is creating new extremists. but president obama has long been hesitant to intervene in another middle east war. in 2012 he threatened military action if assad used chemical weapons. >> we have communicated in no
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uncertain terms to every player in the region that's a red line for us. >> but backed off when he kald 1,000 people in a sarin gas attack a year later. isis has thrived inside the war zone. while mr. obama has committed teams of special operators to target isis leaders, he told charlie rose u.s. military involvement would be sharply limited. >> that does not mean that we should be deploying troops everywhere where a crisis is taking place. we have to be judicious about how we use military power. >> reporter: on thursday senator john mccain blamed president obama's policies in iraq and syria for the isis inspired attack in orlando. >> he pulled everybody out of iraq, and i predicted at the time that isis would go unchecked and there would be attacks on the united states of america. so he is directly responsible. >> reporter: mccain later said in a statement he doesn't hold president obama personally responsible for orlando. but gayle, what is really a
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remarkable about this state department memo is that it was written by politically neutral diplomats, and they really hope that the white house doesn't dismiss this in the midst of a political campaign. the state department has to respond in writing within 30 to 60 days. >> margaret, thank you very much. pentagon confirms series of airstrikes targeted rebels inside syria attacks in the southern part of the country hit forces who have received u.s. military support. they were equipped to fight isis. russia's military has been backing the assad regime. a senior u.s. defense official said the strikes raised serious concerns about russia's intentions in syria. >> cia director offering new take on strength of isis that appears to contradict the president. beting itsold n two ars.at tori.
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>> thanks, jonathan. wildfires in the west this morning spreading too fast.
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possible record heat in the forecast. the fire near santa barbara has burned at least 1400 acres. the windswept plains overnight force add major california freeway to close. people in nearly 400 homes and businesses were asked to evacuate and the dog head fire outside albuquerque new mexico has destroyed more than 20 buildings. some areas there could see temperatures as high as 120 degrees by monday. firefighters are struggling to contain both fires. critics question if disney world knew of problems with alligators at its resort. ahead visitors share stories of past encounters with gators as,,
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gold medal dreams on the line for an olympic superpower. >> the crucial decision about a doping scandal that could sideline russian athletes from
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only on "cbs this morning," a big change coming to the waze driving app. controversy over another feature that could be down the
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road. monday, best-selling author ellen hildebrand returns to getting a special visitor: e white announced president obama and his famy ng in the sights it is 7:26. i'm kenny choi. this father's day yosemite national park is getting a special visitor. the white house announcing that president obama and family will be taking in the sights this weekend. and down south a wildfire in santa barbara county. crews say that winds are causing the flames to spread. so far, more than 1400 acres have burned. coming up on "cbs this morning," it was created to cut down your commute. but is the traffic app waves actually adding to your travel times? kris van cleave will explain. we'll have traffic and weather in just a moment. ,,,,,,,,
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good morning. we have troubles in the south bay. new accident reported north 101 at 87. three cars involved in this wreck. it is blocking lanes with speeds down to 11 miles an hour in some spots slow-and-go northbound near 87. south by 101, 30 minutes that accident 280/680 to 237. 280 itself looking better. slow on highway 4. let's head 60 miles to the south of san francisco to san jose. the santa clara valley with partly cloudy conditions at this hour. everybody has a veil of clouds in their neighborhood. temperatures are very mild as you step out to get ready for your friday the last friday of spring. today numbers 60s and 70s slightly below average for this time of the year. we jump in numbers on saturday. we hit triple digits on the first day of summer. ,,,,,,,,
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. wow! >> wow! nba finals headed to a decisive game seven after cleveland cavaliers tied the series. lebron james and the cavaliers dismantled golden state warriors yesterday 115-101. james dropped 41 points. >> say it again. >> 41 for the second time. >> they don't call him king james for nothing. it was not a great night for reigning mvp, steph curry. the warrior was ejected for the first time after throwing his mouth guard in the stands in frustration. his wife reacted, this is
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absolutely rigged for money or ratings, not sure which. she later deleted the tweet of the moment. it has to be hard when you love your husband as much as she does and you think he's been treated unfairly. >> rigged, calls? >> one he reached around and stole the ball and they called a foul and people didn't think that particular time. >> okay. got it. >> she deleted it. you wanted game seven. >> i did. we got it. didn't have a great game. >> same seven and they are going to be at hem. >> are you predicting. >> cleveland cavaliers have momentum. but you're at home, the warriors, it's going to be a good name, that's my prediction. >> fourth game in a row. >> it's going to be a good game. welcome back to "cbs this morning." on sunday night, by the way. coming up this hour, a vote could reshape, allegations of
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cheating could put olympics out of russia's reach. a detour, see why mapping technology used by commuters to get around quicker could be slowing things down. plus concerns how waze could steer you out of high-crime neighborhoods. that's ahead. >> time to show you this morning's headline. south carolina honoring nine victims of emanuel a.m.e. church shooting. today is the first anniversary of the massacre. the paper is publishing readers' thoughts about how the tragedy changed their lives and the life of the city. one wrote, the heritage of hate is very real but a community can be redeemed. the suspect faces death penalty trials in state and federal courts. "the washington post" says the number of cia drone strikes has plummeted. the agency is on pace for the fewest strikes since 2007. that's after the white house shifted responsibility to the pentagon for lethal consider
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terror operations. the move is to create greater transparency. officials with the cia and white house declined to comment. the edmonton journal in canada reports on singer meatloaf collapsing on stage. the rocker was performing in edmonton last night when he dropped to the floor mid song. you see it there. the 60-year-old hospitalized today in good condition. meat loaf had canceled two concerts last week complaining of illness. "orlando sentinel" said disney world will post signs to warn visitors about alligators. the move comes after gator attacked and killed a 2-year-old at the disney world resort. critics question how much disney knew about the presence of gators. mark strassmann is in lake buena vista, florida, to show us more visitors' run-ins with the reptiles. mark, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. wildlife officials still don't know whether they have caught the alligator responsible for killing this little boy.
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autopsy results show he drowned and had traumatic injuries. two-year-old lane graves was the first guest ever to be killed by an alligator at disney world. the predators lurk in waters. in 2009, purportedly shows an alligator near a disney ride. >> this is disney. it's safe. there's no way they would be stupid enough to have alligators in here. >> reporter: san diego lawyer vacationing with his family in april 2015. two alligators chased his five-year-old son. >> saw something rapidly coming on him like a submarine. i looked and went, oh, my god, that's an alligator. then boom, i reacted and grabbed him. thank god. >> the family was staying at disney's coronado springs resort located 3.5 miles from grand floridian spa where graves was killed. he said he warned a hotel manager. he even showed her this photo he
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took of one of the gators. >> and the response, i just couldn't believe it. it was, those are resident pets. we've known about them for years. >> reporter: there are no signs warning about alligators in the spot where lane graves died tuesday night. in fact, a massachusetts mom posted these photos of her own son, which she claims were in the same area less than an hour earlier. thursday disney said it was conducting a swift and thorough review of its procedures including the number, placement and wording of our signage and warnings. but critics wonder why the company's review took so long. >> there was an alligator submerged under the water. >> paul santamaria attacked by an alligator in 1986 when he was just 8 years old. >> it came up out of the water and hit me and knocked me to the ground. it started throwing me around trying to pull me into the water. >> reporter: in a staple, the parents of lane graves said,
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words cannot describe the shock and grief our family is experiencing over the loss of our son. norah, any parent could relate. >> that's absolutely right. >> anybody with a beating heart can relate. it's still so hard to think what that family is going through, both parents there and there was knowing they could do. now you know this could happen. have you to be very, very careful. >> make some changes practically there will ab vote to determine if russian athletes will be allowed to compete in the rio olympics. an international group is considering whether to keep a provisional ban on russia's track and field team. in november they were suspended from competition over allegations of widespread doping that involved coaches and officials. hollie williams in vienna where the vote will take place. >> reporter: russia's desire to win at all costs led to a
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culture of cheating. a new report this week found evidence that the country has not changed its ways. in london, olympic games sabotaged by russian athletes who shouldn't have been competing. according to the world anti-doping agency. but it took years of mounting evidence before the agency finally acted. helmut, general secretary of the administration. >> is this incredible it was allowed to go on so long and nobody did anything about it, nobody investigated it? >> yeah, incredible. the good thing is this now things are changing. we hope that we can start a new era of fair play and anti-doping. >> reporter: that may be an overstatement because russia seems to be up to its old tricks. this week's report finds if the ban was imposed, russian
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athletes appear to be dodging drug tests canceling or declining tests. russian state security officers intimidating testers panned 52 russian athletes turning up a banned substance. russia claims it's been victimized and is campaigning for its athletes to be allowed to compete at the rio olympics. but the former head of russia's anti-doping lab has now apparently come clean saying russian officials switched up to 100 tainted urine samples with clean ones at the soichi olympics where russia topped the medal tally. the november report also a little corruption within the international association of athletic federation itself. prosecutors say it's former head accepted more than a million dollars in bribes to cover up russian doping. the problem, according to one point of view, is that some
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now a story you're seeing only on "cbs this morning." now a story you're seeing only on "cbs this morning." i always love when we can say that. waze is a smartphone app used by 50 million drivers may make the drive a little longer all in the name of safety. waze may introduce a feature to
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warn drivers about routes through high-crime neighborhoods. before that, new orleans will be one of the first cities where users could see a longer commute. kris van cleave is there and joins us this morning. hello to you, kris van cleave. >> reporter: good morning. now, the appmakers say this is all about safety. but starting today millions of drivers are going to see their waze to work different. it will happen first in los angeles and then soon here in new orleans. that's because the appmaker is going to minimize intersections like the one we're coming up. there's no stop and then asked to cross six lanes. this is what some call suicide straight. directs drivers across multiple lanes of heavy traffic. another concern for some when it suggests a left turn through that same multi-lane traffic without a light. not anymore. starting first in los angeles, the app may sacrifice a little time for safety. when we drove with the new
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feature, it had us turn left on a lightly traffic side street instead of across the much busier lincoln boulevard in santa monica sending us to a stop sign and less stressful turn. >> do you have any sense of how much longer it will make my drive to work. >> if you are commuting 40 minutes to an hour, maybe it adds a couplements here and there. >> do you worrisome people are going to say, you're supposed to save me time and now you're costing me two minutes. >> they can opt to turn it off. >> make the turn anyway. >> make the turn anyway. waze will reroute you. >> that's one of the several changes they are considering. in brazil an elderly woman murdered after she went to an address in an area known for gang violence. the company working on what could be a controversial next step, a new feature in that country to alert drivers about routes through high-crime areas. >> we're working with the government. we're working with local community groups who are able to
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identify which neighborhoods have safety issues. >> julie is head of the brand for waze. >> how do you do that without labeling a community a bad neighborhood. >> sometimes it's a choice of words. so dangerous is sort of a judgment whereas high-crime is fact ral. >> reporter: she said it would use data verified by a third party and also supported by data the app gathers from users including reports of accidents, incidents in police presence. >> crime data is notoriously unreliable. >> ezekiel edwards from american civil liberties union. >> people would be relying on flawed data where to drive, not to drive, who to engage and not to engage, perhaps where to spend money and not to spend money and further potential inequalities among neighborhoods as a result. >> do you think that's a risky move. >> there's a risk in not doing anything, so we don't really have a choice. of course there's a risk if you don't handle it correctly.
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that's why it's got to be done with deep sensitivity. i think we've done that so far. >> the crime filter could be ready by the brazil olympics but there's no time line when it will be rolled out in brazil or any plans when it could come to the u.s. as for the difficult intersection, live in los angeles this morning, soon new orleans, and possibly by the end of the year d.c. and boston. >> all right, kris. good to know. really important information. all right. a stranger's split second decision to get involved pu,,
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month during a traffic stops out of the hospital. another officer was shot during the altercat good morning. i'm michelle griego. a fremont police officer who was shot earlier this month during a traffic stop is out of the hospital. another officer was shot during the altercation. he is hospitalized but is improving. after a particularly violent couple of weeks including five shootings and two murders, police in the mission district are stepping up presence in hopes of stopping the trend. ahead on "cbs this morning," he brought us siri and now the tech innovator will introduce us to his latest virtual assistant. stay with us. traffic and weather in just a moment. ,, ,,,,,,
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good morning. welcome back. let's jump over to 80 conditions out of davis word of an accident. heads up westbound 80 if you are heading into the bay area this morning. might see a few delays until they clear that out of lanes. after that, it is free-flowing conditions for the most part. you will have some slightly sluggish speeds from carquinez bridge to the maze. pockets of slowing in some spots. overall easy ride. look at that. no delays at the bay bridge. what a beautiful ride out of oakland into san francisco. north 101 at 87 this accident clearing. slow out of the south bay. roberta? >> good morning, everybody. we have partly to mostly cloudy skies in the forecast today all associated with that area of low pressure that produced a few raindrops in the bay area. right now in the 50s and 60s. later today with the partly cloudy skies, 60s and 70s, about 5 degrees below average in the inland area hot over the weekend.
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good morning to our viewers in the west. there is more real news ahead including president obama facing foreign policy push back from inside his administration. we'll ask margaret brennan. >> it is rare to see dozens of american diplomats object to u.s. policy. >> it is certainly a symbolic victory for the army. >> investigators continue to examine physical evidence and the digital trail of the killer and his wife.
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>> the 49 people who were killed and many were hiding in the bathroom. >> they still don't know if they have caught the alligator responsible. >> it was the finding of an independent investigation. >> millions of drivers are going to find their ways to work. >> it is being reported that they want to raise the height of the white house fence, when asked how high, hillary said i don't know, 5'8" or 5'9". >> more funerals in orlando today and over the weekend. sources say the gunman searched
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facebook for pulse orlando and shooting during his attack. >> a gun store owner says mateen came in weeks ago to buy body armor and a.mmunition. the video of the incident was not stored. 51 diplomats have signed a letter that is critical of the u.s. policy on syria. they say syrian president bashir al-assad has faced to consequences for his actions in syria. in april, charlie spoke to the president about the crisis. >> what circumstances would compel you in a sense to say
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that history will judge very harshly if we don't because of who we are to do something about a situation that is destroying a range of problems. men and women and children being kills in a devastating way, all of that. what is the test for you when you want to use american force. >> i don't think -- those are two separate questions. we're always willing to use force to protect the american people. you're asking a narrow question which is where should we be willing to intervene militarily because we have a duty to protect other people. and we need to impose order and so forth. my approach is not to say that
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we have a perfect test to apply. each situation is different. the costs and intervention will be different every time. but we can say that where ever possible, we should get other countries to work with us to see where we can solve the problem. where the costs of our military intervention are manageable and the benefits are potentially high. then i think it makes sense. >> margaret brennan is in the white, is there any specific policy recommendations they are making? >> really this is an afeel for a policy review. what the argument is that the u.s. has very little leverage to broker a peaceful end to the
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civilian war. so without stopping that, there is no way to get to the negotiating table into this is an unpress tented high number of diplomats heading this. >> after his long interviews with president obama, secretary kerry always pushed for more than the president was willing to under take. where is john kerry? >> secretary kerry privately in his recommendations to the president has been pro a more aggressive approach in syria, but the president is clear that is not something he will consider here. he supports the administration's point of view and says this letter of decent is something that is important particularly given the high number and with
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seven months left in office, it's not clear this will make a difference. they are hoping that what they are saying and hearing hear will not be lost in a political campaign. >> it is an interesting question. you get a lot of debate there as well. it would make a difference, and you certainly do not have anyone putting force a proposal for an invasion in syria. there are mixed opinions even in the pent gone, but there is a view that they are more than capable of taking out the threat from assad. you also have russia backing up syria. >> great reporting, margaret, thank you so much. >> he helped create siri. he wants to take artificial
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technology is rapidly spreading on smart phones and devices like amazon's echo. but the silicon valley is taking part in another -- it is a new vennuation of virtual assistant. they are radedly simplifying the world by providing an
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intelligent interface for everything. we are pleased to have you here. just explain to us why viv is an advance in the idea of using artificial intelligence. >> at it's essence, most of the assistance that we use today do a few dozen things. we want to open the system up and let developers build hundreds of thousands of times the number of capability. it's like opening the system and letting the world teach it. so i think when you go from a few dozen to a few thousand things to do it becomes more part of your life. >> did you think siri wasn't doing something that you thought she'll be better? >> i think apple did a good job, but this is a new approach.
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a new platform and allows the world to unleash -- >> why the different approach in and what platform is different? >> anyone can teach it. so in siri, apple folks teach it what to do and i think they're making moves to allow more openness, but most are very closed. so the program that beat jeopardy was trained to play that game. now anyone can come in and have new capabilities on the fly. >> can you show us what she does? >> absolutely. so the first thing that people will notice is that it is something we call conversational commerce. so just talking to things can make buying and doing things easier. a few examples would be -- get
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me a window seat on a one way nonstop flight from jfk to san francisco three days from saturday. >> so flights are not the easiest thing in the world to do, but doesn't it get much easier when you can just say it. >> can she answer what the weather is? that is very detailed. >> send marco $20 for drinks last night. so it knows the service call. and it will very quickly, that simple, he has his money. >> so we know it can make airline reservations and send money to marco, what else? >> let me give you one more example. >> when is animal collective
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playing in new york? that is a band by the way, the next date is wednesday in november, and ticket master pops in and we're going to go ahead and find a ticket there. >> tm is ticket master. >> how do you see these virtual assistants will be used in the next couple years. low it transform our lives? >> i think at the end of the day, you're going to be talking to more and more things as speech recognition gets better. you're going to find yourself using it in not just your phone but your car and your house and the number of things you will use it to do with l fastly increase. i think that is the net of all of this, and that makes life a little simpler. gives you more time to do things that you don't want to spend the time doing. >> you might be someone at home saying they set that up, they plan that, rather than showing
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real capability of this. >> they're going to get a chance to get their hands on it later this year, so -- >> then they can see for themselves. >> i was talking to someone who knows you well, aka, your wife, who says you're a visionary and deep thinker. were you the kind of kid that wanted to make everything better? if i was siri i would be irritated with you. >> he is the father of siri and then he abandoned his child. >> there is no cage matches planned. >> what does siri and viv stand for. >> sir sierks a beautiful woman that leads you to victory. and viv is live, breathing life into inanimate objects.
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>> where can all of this go because you believe it can be y ubiquitous. >> you are just fascinating. >> thank you so much. history could help led zeppelin fight claims it stole notes for "stairway to heaven." you're watching cbs this morning. ...clear for take off.
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led zeppelin guitarist jimmy page faced questioning in a courtroom. the attorney claiming he stole notes to "stairway to heaven," could wrap up the case today. carter evans reports why page says he was only striking a common chord. ♪ >> reporter: led zeppelin's legendary guitarist, jimmy page, said in court thursday his "stairway to heaven" chord progression is a common one. lawyers say it's an original stolen from spirit song "taurus." page said he wasn't sure of the
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similarities there, but compared "stairway" to a "mary poppins" song. ♪ chim chimney >> reporter: he testified court sequences are similar because that sequence has -- chord sequences are similar because that sequence has been around forever. >> here's jimmy page -- ♪ and then here's "chim chimin "chim chimineytern that's centuries's e old like this italian sonata from the 1600s. ♪ >> the real strength of the case is the similarity is real. so that's undeniable. the weakness of the case is that the commonness of the progression is also real. ♪ >> reporter: the late randy california wrote "taurus" in
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1967 but never filed suit against led zeppelin which released "stair way to heaven" four years later. his estate is arguing jimmy page and robert plant had ample opportunity to hear california's song and deliberately copied it. >> led zeppelin is the greatest cover band of all time. they lifted people's music, never gave credit. now, you know, did comes back to haunt them. >> there is a strong similarity. what they have in common is this -- ♪ >> reporter: jurors will now have to decide whether the rif led zeppelin made iconic was original enough to be owned by anybody or just part of the common language of music. >> this actually gets to the heart of musical copyright issues. >> reporter: for "cbs this morning," carter evans, los angeles. >> they say there's only so many notes. there you go ororlando terrrror sururvivorsr ththeir f familieies reaeally g?
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a a womann w who lost herr chil the e newtowown m massacrcre ha john burris will file a cla against the san francisco pe department for the killing homeless man. police fatally sh it's 8:25. today attorney john burris will file a claim against the san francisco police department for the killing of a homeless man. police fatally shot luis gongora in the mission in april. at 11 a.m. mayor lee will raise the lgbt flag over city hall in celebration of pride month in san francisco. coming up on "cbs this morning," donations are pouring in to help victims of the orlando nightclub attack. but not all the money may be going to the victim and families. traffic and weather in just a moment. ,,,,,,,,,,,,
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good morning. happy friday. they just turned the metering lights off at the bay bridge. no delays at all. in fact, it is an easy breezy ride as you head out of emeryville, oakland area into san francisco this morning. a little sluggish across the upper deck but light conditions into san francisco. elsewhere, bart we are getting reports of some delays this morning about a 10-minute delay in each direction. give yourself a few extra minutes on bart. northbound 85 at camden accident at the shoulder a
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little slow away from 87. 101 out of the south bay, 21 minutes now from 280/680 to 237. and oakland, it's busy lots of company on the nosh but a 22- minute ride from 238 to the maze so a little slow but no delays again at the bay bridge. roberta. >> good morning. our live weather camera this time around from the transamerica pyramid. we are looking north. mostly cloudy skies, we have some partial clearing in our inland areas. right now we are mild in the 50s and 60s. the winds are under 5 miles per hour. they will be variable during the afternoon during the peak up to 20 miles per hour at 3 p.m. temperatures today 60s and 70s. 77 inland. partly cloudy skies today. full sunshine over the weekend. temperatures up significantly. for the first day of summer, monday 100 degrees away from the bay into our inland areas through tuesday. ,,,,,,,,,,
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this morning >> this morning as we stand with orlando, we're showing you some beautiful sunrise photos. look at the clear and radiant sun. i like the word radiant. share your pictures with us. beautiful. lavender, purple and pink together. coming up in this half hour, record breaking crowd funding to help the families and victims of the orlando slaying. how they make sure the cash reaches those in need.
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>> and tony hale made an awkward relationship into politics and comedy. >> plus, he will share why he is teasing fans about an arrested development come back. >> the washington postis tracking a risky rescue at the south pole. two small planes are going there to evacuate at least one sick worker from a search base. temperatures fall to minus 76 and there is only a glimmer of light. such rescues are rare. the doctor who was saved say it's is harder to get to the international spa international space station.
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>> and microsoft is getting into the business of marijuana. they are creating software to make sure that growers and sellers follow regulations. and the mens soccer team advancing to the copa. and michael bradley wore a rainbow arm band to pay tribute to the victims in orlando. they scored twice one from clint dempsey. >> on usa today, a report that miranda will be leaving the show "hamilton" on july 9th.
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he is turning to other projects. a documentary about hamilton will air on pbs this fall. >> didn't we know he was leaving, but it was just officially confirming it. >> and the date is july 9th. >> i saw javier, and i thought he was terrific. >> big shoes to step into. >> i think i read that he is recovering from cancer and that it is remarkable -- >> that javier is. >> and good for lynn manuel. he left us with a great body of work. >> i certainly wish we could go on july 9th. >> who do we know? broad way is one of the communities stepping up for orlando's day community. dozens of stars are recorded the version of "what the world needs
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now" all of the money will go to the lbgt center of florida. and the go fund me page crossed the $5 million overnight. they are demanding that 100% of the money go directly to the victims and their families. david bigno shows us why that may not be so easy. >> our care, what is going to happen. >> christopher morales sustained several gunshot wounds. he is worried about money. >> i can't go back to work, so rent and personal stuff, i can't afford, so -- >> money is pouring in from donors hoping to help. >> we want to have the
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flexibility to help people where they need it. >> critics worry that victims won't see a thing. the fund is run by the central foundation. those that provide services to victims and families to the shooting wills be prioritized, but the money will not go directly to victims. dire says he is trying to change that. he is now pushing to get money from the one orlando fund put directly into the hands of that need it now. >> we're trying to figure out the leaggal mechanisms. >> the central florida foundation declined to respond to the mayors comments. >> one mom who lost her daughter
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in the sandy hook shootings, please wait to donate until you know for sure that your hard earned dollars will be received by victims. money came in but it didn't go to the victims and we want to make sure in orlando that doesn't happen. the needs will be there forever. >> a person that needs it and how do they apply for it? >> joe knew five people killed in orlando. he create ad go fund me page to directly support two friends that were injured including chris for morales. >> you want to do something for things more immediate like rent and food. >> yes, he said i don't know if i need medical assistance, an in-home nurse, i don't know if i'm going back to work right away. i don't know if i still have a job. >> now go fund me tells cbs news
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that all campaigns created by individuals will be identified, verified, and vetted before any funds are released. the florida attorney general is also investigating crowd funding campaigns that have cropped up since the days of the tragedy. >> it is a week we could all use some cheering up. tony hale is here with us and we're going to look behind the scenes of his show. ahead, find,,
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hello, congressman. >> this is not my wife, this is my staffer. she's a prostitute. >> veep is now in it's fifth season, and tony hale plays the right-hand man to the president. the whispering stuff you do is so hilarious. for people who have not seen you on the show what would you do.
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>> you have like three kids, right? if you were meeting norah, i would say like she has a lot of kids, you wouldn't like her. or for charlie i would say she from north carolina, he went to duke university just to give conversation pieces. his daughter went to rehab, just to like -- so she can, one time she is meeting a guy right before she said how is your wife i said they're divorced and she has to change it into something else. >> the relationship between the two of them is so interesting because she is so awful to him, it's abuse but he adores her. he doesn't hear it, he just has rose colored glasses on, it's very abusive but he just bounces back. >> for those of us that have covered politics, this relationship does exist. they have body men, hillary
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clinton has had people. many have a close staffer for a long time that helps them manage these. >> right before we shot the pilot, i met a guy that worked for a popular politician. >> was the politician the president? >> no, but he didn't have a life for two years. >> one president and body man i know, he was having a great life. >> yeah, this guy had no social life, never saw his family and then he moved on. my character is into his 40s and he doesn't want to move on. he has no identity. >> i picture him living at home with a lot of cats. i'm not knocking cats, i'm just -- >> it would be cats, not dogs, you're right. >> i used to have a cat, gayle. >> i'm not knocking cats, i said a lot of cats.
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he is so devoted. but this is the thing about you. i'm not late to the tony hale party, i remember you from "arrested development." >> i play emasculated and meek very well. it's a strength of mine. comes from a lot of therapy. >> you have a young daughter that cracks you up. >> yeah. in the car she said dad, did you have touch screen as a kid and i said no. and she said, did you still have a good life? >> yeah, i did okay. >> what is it like onset. we're cracking up at home watching it, but what about onset? >> it is just really -- i love my show and the people i work with. i think with comedy if you have entitlement and arrogance, it creates a tense environment and it sucks energy out.
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julia, whoever is number one, the star sets the tone and she is so giving and kind and a team player and that makes a massive difference. >> is there a lot of ad libbing that goes on? >> we have about two weeks of rehearsal which is rare for television, but we have space to ad lib and see if it works. >> it seems to have a lot of ad lib ing and you said that tim conway and jeffrey campbell helped you with that. >> tim conway, i watched him a lot, he would walk across stage as an old man, i i and i love that he trusts the circumstances. and he didn't push it, he just sat in the awkwardness, and
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jeffrey tambour, on "arrested development" was just so great. >> i just always reacted and i was always horrified. >> veep is sundays on hbo. next we'll see all that matters. ,,,,re watching cbs this sfx: turbines revving up, getting louder and louder you hear that? that's the sound of our summer sale firing up its engines
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♪ an interesting week, tragic week, sad week. reporters do what they do best. >> listen to the song now -- ♪ >> "what the world needs now is love, sweet love." >> tune in to "the cbs evening news" with scott pelley tonight. we'll look back at all that mattered this week. we hope you have a great weekend. ♪ [ sirens ]
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>> i don't know where my son is. >> i even heard the clip fall on the floor. [ gunfire ] >> oh, my god! >> i'm thinking, i'm next, i'm dead. >> attacks on any american is an attack on all of us. [ gunfire ] >> the guilt of feeling lucky to be alive is heavy. >> i wish i could have saved more. >> did you know your husband was going do this? >> orlando, the scene of the deadliest mass shooting in american history. >> omar mateen walking into the nightclub, launching the attack. >> 44 gunshot victims came into the emergency remember. >> they brought another patient in and another patient in. >> clinton's responses and trump's could not have been more different. >> radical islamic terrorism. >> not once has an adviser of mine said, man, if we really used that phrase, we're going to turn this whole thing around. >> what donald trump is saying
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is shameful. >> three days into their disney vacation, disaster struck. >> alligator attacked a child. a father went into the water to wrestle the alligator. >> the father tried to get down and fought valiantly to try to save his son. >> he may have saved lives. he couldn't save his sister. ♪ jimmy page testified he'd never heard of the song "taurus." >> vently misremembering facts. a lot of dogs are having fun. one in this video is overly calm or socially awkward! i want to sit in a yard that is not a national park. ♪ challenging part is to sync up everyone. and to work as a unit. >> three more -- >> what i want for christmas and my birthday. >> a rowing machine? >> yes, i do. now i have to figure out where to put it. >> put it on the other side of
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the bed. [ laughter ] >> see how calm she is with this? >> uh-huh. >> all baby chicks pecking our ways out of our shells. >> you have become the guy who is redefining aging. >> i thought that was you. >> me, too. that's what i thought. >> all that -- >> excuse me, miss. i know it's not funny -- >> what was going through your hot that stage? >> don't do anything that's going to embarrass your parents. ♪ and all that matters >> on "cbs this morning." ♪ >> this is an attack on everyone. >> our hearts go out to those affected by this atrocity. >> we will be with you every step of the way. >> love is love is love is love. >> on behalf of the american people, that our hearts are broken, too, and that we stand with you.
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particularly violent couple weeks... including five shooting it is 8:55. time for news headlines. after a particularly violent couple of weeks including five shootings and two murders, police in the mission district are stepping up presence to help stop the presented. a fremont police officer is out of the hospital after being shot in a traffic stop this month. another officer was shot in the altercation. he is still in the hospital and improving. at 11 a.m. mayor lee will raise a flag over city hall in celebration of pride month in san francisco. and be sure to tune into good day starting at 9:00 on our sister station "the cable guy." -- kbcw 44/cable 12. we are partly and mostly start to our friday. this is the last friday in our
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spring season with summer officially arriving on monday. this is the scene looking out towards the transamerica pyramid. we have layers of clouds and some very mild temperatures. we are in the 50s and 60s. it is 64 degrees in san jose. 59 san rafael. also high 50s in vallejo and low 60s in throughout the tri- valley. today the winds will be variable all over the place south and southwest. up to 15 miles per hour. temperatures in the 60s and 70s. we'll have a mild day 5 degrees below average inland. then high pressure comes into the bay area over the weekend. look at the jump in the temperatures especially away from the bay. 96 on father's day summer arriving on monday and triple digits next week. gianna has the traffic report next.
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good morning. traffic alert has been issued on 152 in both directions at hekker pass for a serious accident all lanes completely shut down. that's west of 101 out of gilroy. also westbound 237 just as you come away from 880 word of an accident blocking lanes. slow westbound through milpitas. no delays at the bay bridge. live shot, beautiful ride out of oakland into san francisco. not bad. and bart delays continue in the east bay.
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