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continues. with others check back with us with others check back with us for the morning news and captioning funded by cbs it's thursday, september 15th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." both candidates blink in the standoff over releasing medical information. for hillary clinton, that means a two-page letter from her doctor detailing her prescriptions and pneumonia. and donald trump, an interview with tv's dr. oz, dishing on his fast food diet. overnight, another wave of wada breaches, as hackers release more medical records of american athletes cleared to take banned substances. the americans on the list and how the world anti-doping agency is standing by them. more fallout in north
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carolina over the state's bathroom law. this morning, the acc is pulling events from its home state, bringing with it millions of dollars. and a pardon plea. edward snowden makes his case to president obama. >> i love the country. 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. hillary clinton is expected to return to the campaign trail today, following athree-day stretch spent recuperating from pneumonia. both clinton and donald trump released medical information and trump gained ground in some key states. hena daniels has the latest from both campaigns. good morning, hena. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. clinton's campaign released a letter from her doctor wednesday describing the democratic candidate as, quote, healthy and fit to serve. while her rival, donald trump, went off procter in ohio, questioning her stamina for the first time since she was
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diagnosed with pneumonia. the two-page letter from her physician describes hillary clinton as being in excellent medical condition and recovering well from antibiotics to treat her bacterial pneumonia. the doctor described the democratic candidate as being on a blood thinner and thyroid indication and calcium score of zero. >> what that means is people go into a cat scanner. it scans your heart, arteries for any calcification. if there isn't any calcification detected, that means you're at a very low risk of cardiovascular events like heart attack or death. >> reporter: following the development, clinton's campaign, once again, called on donald trump to release his own medical records. calling him the least transparent presidential nominee in memory. during a taping of the dr. oz show yesterday, the republican nominee revealed he takes medication to lower his cholesterol and blood pressure. >> if elected, at age 70, you'll
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be the oldest person to ever enter the oval office. why do you think you have the stamina for the job? >> you're just about the same age as ronald reagan and hillary is a year behind me. i don't know if this makes sense. i feel as good today as i did when i was 30. >> reporter: at an event in ohio hours later, trump turned the spotlight on clinton's stamina. >> i don't know, folks. do you think hillary would be able to stand up here for an hour and do this? >> reporter: at least three polls out wednesday showed trump leading clinton in the key battleground states of ohio, florida, and nevada. both campaigns are still reeling from the release of colin powell's e-mails. the former secretary of state critical of both hillary clinton and donald trump. the clinton campaign has stayed mum, but trump took to twitter saying this. i was never a fan of colin powell after his weak understanding of weapons of mass destruction in iraq equals disaster. we can do much better!
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in michigan, it was a pastor who was not a fan of the direction trump's speech was heading on wednesday. >> everything she touched didn't work out. nothing. now hillary clinton -- >> mr. trump, i invited you to talk about the water crisis, not here to -- >> oh, okay. that is good. okay. then i'm going back. >> the pastor gently reminded trump he was invited trump he was invited to the african-american church to discuss the water crisis and not give a speech. jimmy carter has a week view on the environment. >> i think as far as the political pairings in america are concerned, we are maybe at one of the all-time lows in our history, maybe with the exception of the civil war era. >> president carter was speaking at emory university and hosting his 35th annual town hall meeting with students. mr. carter said he is worried
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about the deep divide in the country and when asked about the best advice he has ever gotten, he said, "tell the truth." coming up on "cbs this morning," john dickerson of "face the nation." the largest deal of its kind that the u.s. has signed a trade deal to any country. israeli's ability to use the money on israeli military products will be phased out. eventually, all of the money must be spent on american military industries. the united states and russia have agreed to extend the cease-fire in syria for another 48 hours. the truce started monday and, generally, it has been holding, but, so far, humanitarian aid to the hard-hit city of aleppo has not gotten through. elizabeth palmer is there. >> reporter: here is the sound of a cease-fire working. what a contrast to last week.
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when russian and syrian planes were dropping bombs on rebel-hell aleppo. we drove into the government side of the city through suburbs shattered by fighting. and heard the occasional rumble of artillery in the distance. this cease-fire is not perfect. but it is good enough that we found repair crews already out on the job tackling the huge task of restoring power. and on both sides of this divided city, the playgrounds were full of kids, just being kids. the turkish government sent a couple of aid trucks short distance into syria, but there has been nothing like this where it's most needed in rebel-held aleppo, where there were demonstrations today, opposition fighters and some local people making the point they don't want aid handouts, they want the siege of their neighborhoods
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lifted. the united nations does have the first aid convoys already to roll in from turkey and now a plan supported by the u.s. and russia to have all armed parties pull back from the main highway in aleppo to let the trucks through safely. elizabeth palmer, cbs news, aleppo. due to concern about the refugee crisis triggered by the civil war, the united states will take in 110,000 refuges the next ten months. a 30% increase over the previous year. most will come from the middle east and south asia. the white house says the refuge program does not pose a major security threat. north carolina is losing major sporting events because of the state's restrictive lgbt law. the atlantic coast conference is moving championship events out of the state. the decision includes ten neutral site championships this academic year. the acc football championship
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was to be played at the home of the nfl's carolina panthers. the team said, although we are disappointed, we remain steadfast in providing an inclusive environment at bank of america's stadium. north carolina also loss the nba's all-star game and ncaa events. a group of russian hackers leaked another batch of confidential health information on olympic athletes, which includes the names of ten americans. the world anti-doping agency revealed a similar leak tuesday, including information on gold medal winner simone biles and venus williams. the anti-doping agency said we regret that criminals have attempted to smear your reputations in this way. the doping agency says it is working with the highest level of law enforcement and i.t. security agencies. edward snowden, who leaked thousands of national security documents, says if he is forced to serve a long prison sentence, it would erode the quality of democracy. snowden spoke yesterday by video
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from moscow where he is in exile. his supporters launched a public campaign to persuade president obama to pardon him. >> if i and other whistle-blowers are sentenced to long years in prison, without so much as a chance to explain our motivations to a jury, it will have a deeply chilling effect on future whistle-blowers working as i did to expose government use and overreach. >> the white house says snowden's leaks harmed national security. this morning, tropical storm julia is slowly moving just off the coast of northern georgia and southern south carolina. julia is heading east/northeast with 40 miles per hour sustained winds, 2 to 4 inches of rain is expected along the coast, producing some minor flooding, but julia is not expected to pose a major threat. that is not the case for typhoon meranti which slammed into southeastern china after sweeping across taiwan with wind
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gusts of 230 miles per hour. at least one person was killed. more than 1.5 million homes lost power. trees were flattened and windows broken. coming up on the "morning news." wi-fi gone wild. new york city's project to bring internet to the masses has some unsavory consequences. and not fit for facebook. a teenager sues her parents for embarrassing posts. this is the "cbs morning news." grandma! oh! joey run and get a cookie, ok? let me see it today. this is what it can be like to have shingles. a painful blistering rash. oh! mom. if you had chickenpox the shingles virus is already inside you. one in three people will get shingles in their lifetime. grandma, want to play? maybe later sweetie. talk to your doctor or pharmacist about your risk. that i was on the icelandic game show. and everyone knows me for discounts,
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and an arson suspect is in custody. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the "orlando sentinel" reports a man is charged with setting a fire at the mosque where the pulse nightclub shooter worshipped. authorities found his social media account had several anti-islamic contests. the ft. pierce mosque frequented by the orlando gunman was heavily damaged on monday. "the washington post" reports that the nfl will spend $100 million to protect players from concussions. the money will be used to develop better helmets and study the effects of head injuries. the nfl says it will share what it learns with interested parties, including other leagues and parents of young players. "the new york times" says the city is shutting off the internet browsers at its wi-fi kiosks. the 7500 kiosks offered unlimited internet access. residents say they attracted people who camp out at the kiosks who drink, use drugs, or boldly watch pornography in public. "mashable" says a woman is
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. inflation might hurt britain's new five-pound bank note, but not steaming stew. the bank of england's chief proved its strength yesterday by dunking one at a london food stand. the bills are made from polymer instead of paper. on the cbs "moneywatch." ford shifts gears to mexico. and a new twitter app. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning. stocks on wall street finished mixed yesterday. energy companies dropped and the price of oil fell 3% the second day in a row. the dow lost nearly 32 points and s&p finished a point lower. the nasdaq, though, gained 18 with apple shares soaring for a
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second day. ford plans to move all of its north american small car production from the united states to mexico. that will take about two to three years. ford already build the subcompact and fusion sedans there. mexican autoworkers make a fraction of their american counterparts. ford says its michigan plant will switch to pickups, so jobs won't be lost. for the first time uber took passengers in its self-driving cars in pittsburgh. they reported a smooth ride for the test program. there is an uber engineer sitting in the driver's seat. but the self-driving cars can navigate on their own. uber is the first company to make self-driving cars available to the general public. a german drug and farm council company agreed to pay $57 diagonal stoo the for monsanto. bayer has been trying to buy the company. it must be approved by
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shareholders. see all of the live streaming video on twitter and that includes "thursday night football" games and more. >> jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. of course, "thursday night football" on cbs kicks off tonight. coming up on "cbs this morning," cbs sports nfl analyst bill cowher will preview the jets/bills matchup. still hay, a new librarian at the u.s. of congress. we will preview the swearing in of a librarian who is making history on her own. every day my challenge is to be in sync with my body,
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right out of a church. who police are now looking for. join us for kpix 5 news this morning... beginning at 4:30. good morning. it's thursday, september 15th. ,,,, here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country.
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♪ because your sky >> mankind can't travel around the milky way yet. more than a million stars in our galaxy. but now there is map. it charts more than a billion stars in our galaxy. a european space agency gathered the satellite data. reasoning rung running the world's largest library. takes on a special meaning for karla hayden. mark albert talks with the nation's newly sworn in librarian of congress. >> reporter: dr. karla hayden took her place in history wednesday, becoming the 14th librarian of congress since the position was created by thomas jefferson in 1802. >> and a descendenent denied >> as for a descendent denied the opportunity to read now to lead the opportunity the
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institution that is the national symbol of knowledge is a historic moment. >> reporter: hayden will oversee the world's largest library will holds every book ever printed in the united states. after her swearing in, we asked her about her trail blazing role. you're the first woman and the first african-american to hold the job. what does that mean to you? >> to have someone of color from that legacy to head up the very symbol of knowledge in reading is almost overwhelming. >> reporter: dr. hayden takes over at a key time. the previous librarian, james billington, had been criticized for poor management. in a scathing report last year, the government of accountability office found the leadership lacks leadership and failed to keep pace with technology and failed to manage investment and cybersecurity deficiencies. ahead ep hayden told us she will improve staff. >> the staff is dedicated to this enterprise and we will make progress. >> reporter: hayden previously led libraries in baltimore. mark albert, "cbs this morning,"
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,,,,,,,, in baton rouge last month, david funk saved a dog and her owner from floodwaters. the memorable moment was actually caught on video and this week, all three were reunited. omar villafranca reports. >> reporter: in the middle of august, historic louisiana flood. >> give me a knife. give me a knife! >> reporter: 27-year-old david funk jumped into the raging waters in baton rouge to rescue a woman in this red car, sinking to her certain death. >> she had gotten into the deep part of the water and i swear, you could see the car start to sink. she was actually about to be in real -- real trouble. >> reporter: in the chaos, funk managed to pull 53-year-old
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hail haley brewlet out to safety, but he wasn't finished with his rescue operation. >> so i took one deep breath and gave it one last try, was able to retrieve the dog. >> i got your dog! >> oh! >> reporter: brewlet had just gotten out of the hospital after kidney surgery and was on the way to pick up medication when she was drug into the water along with her dog sassy. a month after near death, she is still homeless. >> it's so hard to start over! you're a sweetie. >> reporter: this week, she was reunited with a stranger who rescued her. he brought her supplies and dog treats for sassy. >> i think it is divine intervention.
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i believe that in my heart and soul. >> reporter: proving the only way to match mother nature is mother nature's best. >> it's just who we are in louisiana. we help people in times of need and i was put in that place to help her out. >> reporter: omar villafranca, cbs news, denim springs, louisiana. here is another look at this morning's top stories. hillary clinton returns to the campaign trail today after a three-day absence to recuperate from pneumonia. both clinton and donald trump released medical information. while trump was speaking at an african-american church in flint, michigan, the pastor invited him he wasn't invited to campaign but to address the city's water crisis. the world anti-doping agency says russian hackers released another batch of confidential information from its database. ten of the athletes are from the u.s. the agency say the cyberattacks are in retaliation for investigations that exposed state-sponsored doping in russia. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," david martin on an investigation at paris island in which muslim
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recruits appear to have been singled out for abuse. plus, we will take you to a school in washington, d.c. that won $10 million in a contest to reimagine the american high school. and good vibration. anthony mason sits down with beach boys lead singer mike love. that is the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. ,,,,
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time to rise and shine as we take a look at the transamerica pyramid this morning. it is thursday, i emphasize, thursday! september 15. because that means it's football on cbs. >> that's right!
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good morning, i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. roberta is already clapping. >> for football or thursday. >> i thought you were going to say it's going to be friday tomorrow. >> that's exciting too. >> i was thinking pre-friday. >> yes. >> that's it. as opposed to post-friday. this is pre-friday. hi, everybody. we'll take another look at the transamerica pyramid. this is because you want to see how low that ceiling is. we cannot see the very tip-top of it this morning. the ceiling is down to about 7 or even 800 feet. areas of low clouds and fog, currently 49 degrees in santa rosa. 58 san francisco. again right now temperature stands in pacifica from 54 to 56 in vallejo. it's now 60 in san rafael. later today, it's going to be warmer than yesterday. warmest day so far this workweek from nearly 70 at the seashore to mid-80s inland. the weekend is right around the corner so we have that forecast coming up. good morning to rocky. >> good morning, roberta. good morning, everyone. just some roadwork to update you on here on


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