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captioning funded by c captioning funded by cbs it's monday, june 27th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." overnight, britain's finance minister declares the uk open for business, trying to calm the chaos after the brexit vote, but will it be enough to end the global market meltdown? it is the last thing people in west virginia want to hear. another round of rain is on the way today after flooding leaves at least 25 people dead and survivors are hoping for the best. marching for their memory. pride parades across the country honor the 49 people killed inside the pulse nightclub with a message for the nra.
and messi misses. the soccer star shanked a crucial shot, leading to another argentina, and that wasn't the only shocker of the night. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. the shocking british vote to leave the eu unleashed a wave of fiscal panic and uncertainty. the british parliament meets today for the first time since the vote as british politicians try to figure out what is next. stock markets remain jittering. this morning, the british finance minister saying britain is ready to deal with the financial fallout from the vote. >> let me be clear. you should not underestimate our result. we were prepared for the unexpected and we are equipped for whatever happens. >> tina kraus is in london. good morning.
>> reporter: good morning. britain's chief financial officer says the uk is ready to face the future from a position of strength, but friday's brexit result triggered the resignation of a dozen politicians and u.s. secretary of state john kerry is traveling across the pond for emergency talks with european leaders. it comes as british and eu leaders continue to weigh the impact of a messy divorce. speaking in rome, secretary kerry expressed support for both sides. >> most important thing is that all of us, as leaders, work together to provide as much continuity, as much stability, as much certainty as possible. >> reporter: exit negotiations are already proving complicated. british prime minister david cameron announced he is stepping down in the fall. but london's former mayor
boris johnson in a bid to replace him claims there is no need to rush, writing in "the daily telegraph" today, quote, the negative consequences of the vote are being wildly overdone. financial experts around the world remain concerned that brexit could trigger a slowdown in the economy. global stock markets suffered about $2 trillion in losses last week and the british pound hit a 31-year low. world markets are bracing for another rocky day today. >> you're going to have your heart in your mouth a few days this week. you'll see the ups and downs and the trend is usually upward overtime. >> reporter: over the weekend, scotland's leader said she would do whatever it takes to stay in the eu. >> i didn't create these situations. i've got to try to navigate the best way forward through them. >> reporter: it's expected to take at least two years for britain to officially break from the european union. european leaders are divided on just how to negotiate this brexit, as britain is the first country to leave the european union in its 60-year history. >> tina kraus in london where it's bound to be an interesting
day. thanks a lot. in this country, the brexit vote is a topic of conversation on the presidential campaign trail. today, hillary clinton and massachusetts senator elizabeth warren campaigned together in cincinnati. meanwhile, two just released national polls find clinton leading donald trump by 12 points in one poll and by five points in another. errol barnett has our report. >> every president is tested by world events. >> reporter: taking the fight to the battleground states, the clinton campaign is releasing this new ad. >> when the pound goes down, more people are coming to turnberry. >> reporter: painting rival donald trump as unpredictable. >> in a volatile world, the last thing we need is a volatile president. >> reporter: trump shot back, saying clinton is trying to distract from what he calls, quote, her bad judgment call on brexit. the clash comes as a new cbs news battleground tracker finds clinton slightly ahead in four key swing states and ahead
by five points in wisconsin and by three points in florida, two points in north carolina, and marginally ahead in colorado. in all of these states, clinton is seen as being more prepared to be commander in chief. senate majority leader mitch mcconnell addressed trump's recent dip in the polls. >> no question, he has made a number of mistakes the last few weeks. i think he is riding the ship. and a long time until november and the burden is on him to convince people he can handle this job. >> reporter: cbs news director said both clinton and trump need to attract independent voters. >> the poll finds independents largely on the sidelines during these primary processes don't think any better of the republican and democratic parties for having selected their nominees, so both of these presidential candidates seem to have some work to do bringing more people into the process. >> reporter: a poll also found voters still feel trump will do
more to bring change to washington and do better with the economy. errol barnett, cbs news, washington. more rain is expected today in flood ravaged west virginia. last week's floods killed at least 25 people. flood warnings are in effect from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. today and that includes hard-hit greenbrier county. at least 16 people died town. residents knew the water was coming but never imagined this. >> i'm just heart broke when i come down yesterday and seen it. >> tore us apart. we have no home. we have lost everything. >> some people say they had to swim for their lives. others say they may never be able to live in their homes again. firefighters are making some progress in their battle against a deadly wildfire in central california. the so-called erskine fire has killed at least two people and destroyed or damaged 200
buildings. the fire has burned some 68 square miles since it began last thursday. chris martinez has our report. >> reporter: surveying the damage for the first time, the gibbs family found little here to salvage. >> honestly, i was pretty much ready to see it all gone but when you drive up through the neighborhood and you see, like, everything is -- nothing is there. >> reporter: south lake was hit especially hard by the erskine fire. flames wiped out entire blocks of homes near lake isabella. crews are now working to restore damaged power lines as homemade signs in the area praise firefighters for their efforts. more than 1,700 of them are battling the blaze that has devoured more than 40,000 acres and forcing massive evacuations. >> a man's home is his castle. if you can't protect your castle, you can't do nothing. >> reporter: officials continue to tally up the damage here in the fire zone. so far, they have found 200 structures and homes were destroyed. at a community meeting saturday night, officials say despite
making progress in their fight, they are not ready to allow many residents to return home. >> we still have a very ugly fire out there and extremely dry fuel and a lot of fuel with these winds taking off and running and blow back around. >> reporter: the erskine fire is the largest fire burning in california. officials say there is an elevated fire risk throughout the week. chris martinez, cbs news, south lake, california. in california's capital, sacramento, a clash between members of a right wing extremist group and counterprotesters sent ten people to the hospital. at least five of the injured suffered stab wounds. the trouble started yesterday when members of a white supremacist group, which had a permit, gathered for a rally. they were met by hundreds of counterprotesters. none of the injuries are life-threatening. a singapore airlines flight headed for italy this morning doubled back just in time. the right engine of the boeing
777 caught fire as the plane was landing in singapore. the pilots had aborted the flight when a warning gauge went on. no one was hurt. two weeks after the nation's deadliest mass murder at a gay nightclub in orlando, gay pride marches were held in cities across the country and one of the largest was right here in new york city. wendy gillette reports. >> reporter: hundreds of thousands came to be loud and proud in new york city's annual gay pride parade. but somber moments as well. 49 people in white veils walked in silence representing those killed at the gay nightclub pulse in orlando. 49 flags kicked off the flag. one held by new jersey resident sam wax. >> i hope i'm doing something to honor their memory. >> reporter: the owner and entertainment manager of the club rode on the lead float. they were followed by a sea of orange, the color that represents the gun control
movement. parade volunteer amy hellman marched this year with a different purpose. she is friends with a man who escaped the shooting unhurt. >> it was a very traumatic experience for him and i was so thankful he is all right, but in that same breath, he lost so many friends that night. >> we can't live in fear. if it scares us away, there would be no pride. >> reporter: this year's parade in manhattan drew a larger crowd than year's past. wendy gillette for cbs news, new york. coming up on the "morning news," kenny chesney apologizes. the country music star said he got caught up in the moment at his concert over the weekend. and one of the biggest names in soccer says he is retiring from international play. this is the "cbs morning news." (vo) stank face. a universal expression of disgust, often caused by inadequate cat litter. if you or your a loved one suffers from stank face, the cure is tidy cats. it's new and improved with guaranteed tidylock protection
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the eu is the world's largest collective economy affecting 500 million people. it's estimated friday's losses from hong kong to new york affected 200 trillion dollars of wealth. businesses face a massive reorganization and many pulled back on investing in the uk and europe. newly expanded panama canal is opening for business. fireworks exploded as a giant chinese container ship made the inaugural passage yesterday from the atlantic to the pacific ocean. the expansion cost 5.5 billion dollars and makes it possible for newer larger ships to use the canal. that expansion is expected to double the canal's capacity. at the box office, another big week for the pixar release "finding dory." in the second week, it remained in the top box office draw and bringing in an estimated $73 million in tickets sales. that far surpassed the opening of "independence day resurgence." the "independence day" sequel.
"central intelligence" was third. a huge diamond engagement ring gave to his second wife marla maples is for sale. the 7.47 carat ring is going up for auction on wednesday and expected to bring in about $300,000. maples and trump were married in 1993. she sold it for $110,000 after their divorce in 1999. >> interesting it may have increased value as we move forward. we will see how this election year unfold. >> politics affecting diamonds. really. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. still to come, a nascar brawl. drivers involved in a crash take out their anger in the middle of the race! ♪ to catch a prius, you've gotta be a prius. ♪
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morning's top stories. political turmoil rains in britain following thursday's vote to leave the eu. parliament meets today and secretary of state john kerry travels to london and brussels to meet with eu leaders. more than 3 million britons signed a petition calling for a revote of the referendum and scottish leaders want to break with the uk. more rain is expected in west virginia today where devastating flooding has already killed at least 25 people. in hard-hit greenbrier county, entire towns were washed away. some had to swim to safety and say they may never be able to return home. sunday marked the anniversary of the supreme court decision legalizing same-sex marriage.
but as weijia jiang reports, opponents are still trying to overturn that decision. >> reporter: jim overgafil feels overwhelmed standing on the steps of the supreme court. >> i think about the last time i was really here when the plaza was filled with thousands of people, and this incredible sense of joy. >> reporter: one year ago, a supreme court decision legalizing same-sex marriage. >> for me, it takes it all back to the reason john and i started this fight. to live up to our promises and i owed it to him to see this through to the end. >> reporter: his husband, john arthur, died of als in 2013, three months after their wedding which was not recognized by their home state of ohio. arthur's death certificate listed him as single, until the supreme court ruling. >> love does win. >> reporter: a gallup poll out this week estimates that 123,000 same-sex couples were married in the year since it became law. today, nearly half of same-sex couples who are living together are married.
that is up from 38% a year ago. but not everyone is celebrating. several groups are working to overturn the ruling, calling the 5-4 decision unconstitutional. >> the decision, i believe, will be overturned. >> reporter: brian brown is president of the national organization for marriage. >> the united states supreme court did not have any jurisdiction or right to redefine the nature of marriage, and to steal from the people their right to vote on such questions. >> reporter: saturday's march in washington to protest the ruling was only part of the group's strategy. but with the anniversary being celebrated with gay pride parades in new york and other cities, overgafill is confident the decision will stand. weijia jiang, cbs news, washington. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," pope francis says the church should apologize to gays. we will have more from rome. plus, the battle over
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