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,, captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, august 31st, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." when mexico sends its people, they are not sending their best. they are bringing drugs. they are bringing crime. they are rapists. >> his campaign started by slamming mexicans and he spent months calling for a wall on the mexican border but, today, donald trump heads to mexico to meet the president, just hours before he is set to give what he calls a major speech on immigration. dueling tropical depression
depressions bear down on the gulf coast and two hurricanes are headed for hawaii. >> have you seen my house? i'm not coming out! >> a real standoff that played ous he is walking away from her professional team as the moment is released she got news from her contractor. >> suspended contract. not just a suspension. 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. well, donald trump plans to visit mexico today to meet with president enrique pena nieto before he is to release a speech
on immigration. immigration has been a key to trump's campaign. hena daniels is here in new york. >> reporter: good morning. it will be a private meeting between the billionaire businessman and the mexican leader. trump has been trying to clarify his stance on illegal immigration. the development chs as hillary clinton's use of a private e-mail server during her time as secretary of state is getting new attention. donald trump confirmed today's high profile meeting in a meeting with the mexican president on tuesday night but gave little on his address on immigration this evening. >> we are going to close our board and stop the drugs from coming in and destroying our company. i'll be talking about that tomorrow night in arizona. big speech on immigration. >> reporter: that big speech comes amid speculation the republican nominee is softening his stance on deporting millions
of undocumented illegal immigrants. he is trying to sway minorities away from hillary clinton. >> hillary clinton's immigration policy, it brings in illegal immigrants and refuges to take jobs from our hard working african-american and hispanic citizens. >> reporter: clinton, who has been off the campaign trail fund-raising is still being dogged by her use of a prichlt e-mail server during her time as secretary of state. the fbi could release documents, including interview notes as early as today related to its probe. despite recommending no criminal charges against her. >> this is something that we wanted to have happen and we are glad it's going to. >> reporter: with the first debate less than a month away, the democratic nominee had hoped to move away from the controversy. she hits the campaign trail today in cincinnati. august is said to be clontz's top fund-raising month of the campaign.
her two dozen fund-raisers in netted at least a combined $31 million. >> hena daniels in new york, thank you. the trump campaign is jumping on news that the fbi recovered about 30 e-mails from hillary clinton's private server that may be related to the 2012 attack on the u.s. diplomatic outpost in benghazi, libya. the e-mails are among thousands recovered during the fbi's repeat investigation. a state department lawyer says it won't be until the end of september before the e-mails can be released. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will discuss donald trump's upcoming visit to mexico and his speech on immigration with dan senor who was senior adviser to the romney/ryan campaign in 2012. republican senators john mccain and marco rubio won last night. mccain won the arizona primary.
rubio entered the florida's crowded gop bid at the last mint banks of north carolina, high surfs and strong rip currents and some vacationers have headed inland. in the pacific, a powerful hurricane is threatening hawaii. hurricane madeline is a category two storm and examined to pass south of hawaii early tomorrow
morning but a change in course could bring it over land. this is madeline as seen from the international space station. residents of hawaii's big island are urged to prepare. a second pacific hurricane, lester, is headed toward hawaii but expected to weaken before it passes the state. the coast guard is trying to figure out just how a ferryboat ran into a group of kayakers on new york's hudson river. a group of ten people in kayaks were paddling down the river yesterday when the ferry left manhattan's pier. at least two kayakers were hit and kayakers were tossed into the water and one seriously. authorities are looking into the possibility the sunset or glare played a role. there are unconfirmed reports that the chief strategist and spokesman for isis was killed by a u.s. air strike in syria. isis said al adnani was killed near aleppo during operations. he called for attacks on the
soccer team, hope solo has resigned from her club team. solo released a statement on social media that she is stepping away from the seattle rain writing mentally, i'm not there yet. the u.s. soccer federation suspended solo and terminated her contract last week after the goalkeeper called sweden, quote, a bunch of cowards. on tuesday, a documentary crew released video of solo's emotional reaction to the
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a basketball legend weighs in on the colin kaepernick controversy. and an organization is designated a hate group. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. "the new york times" reports the listing of some white nationalist as a hate group. the southern poverty law center says white live matters oppose i want immigration, immigration, and the black lives matter movement. the center says it's now tracking nearly 900 hate groups nationwide. "the washington post" published kareem abdul-jabbar's essay about the nfl quarterback who won't stand up for the national anthem. jabar writes that colin kaepernick's not standing for the national anthem. he says it does not make him unpatriotic. the former basketball great says by sitting, the quarterback is standing up for american values like free speech. the "los angeles times" reports passage of a bill of a time limit on rape cases. the bill sent to the government was prompted by the big cosby state. some sexual charges against him weren't heard because they date
back more than ten years. a related bill would impose minimum punishment for rape convictions. lawmakers reacted to the case of of an ex-college student whose six-month sentence for sexual assault was called too late. the daily beast says mark cuban is willing to play trump during hillary clinton's debate practice. the dallas mavericks owner says he hasn't been asked, but he would do it, time permitting, of course. a newspaper report says he was among those being considered for the role by clinton's camp. the journal science reports that dogs understand words. not just the tone, but what is being spoken. brain scans were done of 13 breeds. some dogs are known to recognize more than a thousand words. now if i can't understand my dog, if he understands me. still to come, service to cuba. a jetblue flight is set to make history as it takes off from florida this morning. (vo) at friskies,
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historic significance. the 72-minute hop from florida will be the first u.s. commercial flight to cuba in more than half a century. there will now be more than 400 flights per week. travel was stopped during the cold war. ahead on "cbs this morning," a preview of that flight to cuba as kris van cleave takes us on board the jetblue plane making the historic journey. on the cbs "moneywatch," fallout from apple's tax bill. and chipotle has freebies for kids. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning. stocks here on wall street down slightly after another light trading day. the dow fell 48 points. the s&p lost 4. the nasdaq finished the day down 9 points. >> apple's shares fell about 2% at the start of trading and finished the day only down 1% after being hit by a massive tax bill in europe. the european union says the tech
giant owns ireland $14.6 billion dollars and roughly 13 billion euros in back taxes. the ruling is the biggest ever for the eu against any american company. apple says it will appeal and the white house has even expressed concern that american taxpayers could suffer as a result of the ruling. google is taking on uber, expanding its ride share market. san francisco users will be able google's waze app to catch a ride around town and setting up a showdown with uber. google, walmart and adobe have been testing that app the last three months. google has seen enough success to expand the program. sonos is hoping a new partnership with amazon can improve sales. the deal announced tuesday will allow sonos users to control their devices with just their voice through amazon's popular echo lineup. the new feature is expected to roll out early next year.
chipotle is trying to win back customers through their kids. it's offering free meals to kids on sundays. the latest effort to recover from a health crisis that sank the chain's sales and shares. i am starting to see lines at chipotle. >> really? they have been trying everything they can, so maybe something is actually working. >> exactly. and now kids eat free? i guess the price is right. >> exactly. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. still ahead, computer scam alert. hackers are using an old trick to steal your personal information. we will show you how to protect yourself. people are both soft and strong... yey! which is why our products are too. angel soft. [ crowd noisewhoa. [ gears stopping ]
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federal regulators are moving to require all new large trucks and buses to have speed limiters built in. it's a move aimed at saving lives, but not everyone is convinced the proposal goes far enough. kris van cleave reports. >> reporter: on average, roughly 750 people a year die in accidents involving large trucks where speed was a factor. it was a speeding semi that killed 22-year-old college senior colin owings. his father steve. >> that morning when we went to church, he talked to me about the application for the peace corps and he said, dad, you know, a lot of people apply for this because they know it will look good on their resume. i want to get in because i really want to do the work. >> reporter: federal regulators are moving to require all new vehicles weighing 26,000 pounds or more to use speed limiting devices.
the rule would apply to large buses and tractor-trailers. the government believes limiting the top speeds of between 60 and 68 miles per hour will save lives. with big rigs more likely to jackknife and fail to stop quickly or topple over or othewise be out of control with high speeds it is to limit the severity of crashes. steve owings says many big rigs already have technology to limit speed and regulation should require truckers to use it. >> over a million people have died and been maimed in these types of crashes while we wait for this inadequate rule only applying to future trucks? it's preposterous. >> reporter: transportation secretary anthony fox. >> i do think the fundamental point that the rule is making is absolutely right, which is that there are technologies that are going to help us keep our speeds in moderation and that is going to be, overall, better for safety. >> reporter: the proposed rule can still be modified before it
becomes final. starting in 2009, ontario, canada, required big leagues to have limiters set at 65 miles per hour. officials credit that with a drop in fatalities in the first year. kris van cleave, cbs news, washington. here is another look at this morning's top stories. donald trump is making an unexpected visit to mexico today to meet with mexico's president. the visit comes hours before trump is scheduled to deliver a major speech on immigration. he has called for deporting people living in the u.s. illegally and building a wall along the border with mexico. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," questions about maine's governor paul lepage following his controversial remarks. a chat with bill ford who is bringing the new ford gt race car to studio 57. that is the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday.
[ laughter ] >> it is rhianna. can you sing that song? >> hey, work, -- >> shine brightly like a diamond ♪ >> that would be the correct way. [ laughter ] >> am i awake?! [ laughter ] >> i was actually listening to rhianna on the way here. >> that will wake you up. >> i'm just going to go with it right now! [ laughter ] this is our live weather camera looking out towards sfo. you're scaring me! temperatures in the 50s and 60s. and then later talking 60s through the 80s with the first day of september tomorrow. with it, we do have changes you need to know about. we'll talk about it. good morning, "rhianna! [ laughter ] >> 880 in both directions here in the hayward/fremont area between mission boulevard and whipple we have some road closures. those two lanes are closed until 5 a.m. this morning. and then of course here's a look