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that's right? >> roberta is going to get us some doughnuts. >> and one dozen if you dress up like a pirate.[ music ] ng to our viewers in the west, it is monday, september 19th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." breaking news. police identify the suspected bombmaker behind weekend explosions in new york city and new jersey. a manhunt is under way. the latest blast happened overnight in new jersey when police tried to detonate bombs found near a train station. investigators are getting new clues from surveillance video of saturday's bombing in manhattan. >> only on "cbs this morning," we get an up close look at how the agency is dealing with isis and challenges to its own existence. >> we begin with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds.
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>> believe 28-year-old ahmad khan rahami is now linked to all four incidents. >> the manhunt for a terror suspect. >> the fbi and nypd are saying rahami is of afghan descent and should be considered armed and dangerous. >> the governor of new york, this is my worst nightmare. this is the nightmare scenario. >> isis claimed responsibility for a stabbing rampage at a shopping mallin minnesota. >> nine people were stabbed. the suspect was shot and killed by an off-duty police officer. >> this individual will not shake the resolve of this community. >> secretary clinton's basket of deplorables comment -- >> was it appropriate to use the word irredeemable? >> i, you know, that's not a word i would use. i wouldn't use it. >> after the birth certificate was released donald trump advocated something for five years that was a lie. why did he do that? >> well, you're going to have to ask him. but again i think that this is a side show now that the media
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get out of the car. exclamation point! >> this morning's "eye opener" is presented by toyota. let's go places. welcome to "cbs this morning." as you wake up in the west, we're following several new developments after a series of explosions in new york and new jersey. this morning police identified a suspect. a manhunt is under way for ahmad khan rahami. investigators believe the 28-year-old is the bombmaker behind all of the weekend blasts. his last known address is elizabeth, new jersey. that's where a new explosion happened overnight. a police robot detonated one of five explosive devices found in a trash can near a train station. no one was hurt.
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>> also overnight the fbi stopped a car near new york's verrazano bridge. five people inside were questioned in connection to saturday's explosion in the city's chelsea neighborhood. a pressure cooker bomb blew up and injured more than two dozen people. a second pressure cooker bomb found nearby did not explode. this all happened after a bomb went off saturday morning in seaside park new jersey. >> also on saturday a man stabbed several people in minnesota. isis is claiming responsibility for that attack. we have correspondents across the country covering all of these developing stories. we'll begin with michelle miller in elizabeth, new jersey, outside the home of the man suspected in the new york and new jersey explosions. michelle, good morning. >> good morning. the fbi and the atf have been searching the above apartment above that fried chicken restaurant all morning long. you have to understand this is a neighborhood of both businesses, and homes, and people both living and working here are
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sisbly shaken by the fact that that was the last known address of ahmad khan rahami, the man suspected of planting those explosive devices not only here in new jersey, but in manhattan. agents combed through the apartment above this fried chicken restaurant, searching for includes that may reveal ahmad khan rahami's motive, and his whereabouts. it comes just hours after an explosive device was accidentally set off by a bomb squad robot just blocks from here. the blast even sent investigators ducking for cover. officials say there were five devices inside the backpack. one of which was described as a pipe with wires coming out of it. only one of the devices exploded. >> i don't have the expertise to determine the blast function of that, but based on the loudness, i think people could have been severely hurt or injured. >> the mayor of elizabeth says the backpack was first spotted
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in a trash can by two people sometime after 8:00 last night. >> they found it. and they walked it around the corner, thinking there was something of value in it. when they realized it was too heavy and emptied it out that's when they left the area and went to police headquarters. >> with the northeast on high alert following the other explosions this weekend, elizabeth's mayor says the investigation will be thorough. >> we're not going to know until the state police have an opportunity to examine the materials, and compare it to what was found in seaside park and/or chelsea, new york. that will remain under investigation at this time. >> and the mayor also says that he suspects that this was not a likely target for an explosive device. not the same kind as with elizabeth -- i'm sorry as with seaside and with chelsea. noting that he believes that the suspect may have dumped that backpack because he was under investigation, and knew it. he also said that those two
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other cases involved a cell phone and electronic devices. and our sources telling us that the device here did not. norah? >> all right, michelle, thank you so much. video from the scene in chelsea led police to the suspected bombmaker. officials say rahami's image was captured at both locations where the pressure cooker bombs were left. new york's governor says this morning he suspects some kind of connection between the suspect, and terrorists overseas. homeland security correspondent jeff pegues is tracking the investigation. good morning. >> good morning. we've lernd investigators believe the suspect may be part of a terror cell, and the manhunt is under way not only to get him in custody, but also to track down anyone else who may have been involved. late sunday surveillance video gave investigators a solid lead. that video shows a person of interest planting at least one of the bombs in manhattan. at this point no one has claimed responsibility for the bombing. cbs news learned both homemade bombs located in the chelsea neighborhood used flip cell phones as detonators, similar to
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the explosive that blew up in seaside park, new jersey, about 55 miles south. the suspect is 28 years old. and a naturalized american citizen of afghan descent. cbs news has learned that investigators are working on the theory that he was the bombmaker. earlier this morning, an alert went out across the city on cell phones, as investigators seek the public's help tracking rahami down. in a related development overnight the fbi took five people into custody for questioning near the verrazano bridge. no one has been charged with a crime. >> sounds like they're very much on top of it. thank you very much, jeff. surveillance video shows the moment that a pressure cooker bomb exploded saturday here in new york city. the explosion in the city's chelsea neighborhood injured 29 people. everybody is okay this morning. investigators found a second bomb four blocks from the scene and that one did not go off. anna werner is near the scene in chelsea where on saturday the streets were busy with both locals and tourists. anna, good morning.
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>> good morning, gayle. as you can see, now, much of this manhattan neighborhood, the chelsea neighborhood, is still shut down. that video that you've been hearing about, basically what the police are saying is that that surveillance video shows that suspect at both locations here in the chelsea neighborhood here on 23rd street, four blocks up, also on 27th street, where the pressure cooker device was found that did not detonate. the video was from saturday night. later that same night that pressure cooker bomb fild with shrapnel here on 23rd street exploded. surveillance footage shows the bomb shattering the doors of a new york city fitness center. causing panic on the street. you felt the explosion in the car? >> absolutely. >> what did it feel like? >> massive shock wave. your whole body shook. >> investigators say the pressure cooker bomb detonated near a dumpster. it contained shrapnel including ball bearings and a cell phone was used to set it off.
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>> there was an explosion. units saying explosion from a garbage pail. >> police used bomb sniffing dogs to comb the neighborhood following the saturday night explosion. 29 people were injured and taken to the hospital. hours after the blast police discovered a similar, undetonated device four blocks away. >> right over here. >> jane schreibman said she spotted the second bomb on the street near her chelsea apartment. cbs news could not independently verify her account. >> it was such a weird looking thing. it's a pressure cooker with wires coming out. >> earlier on saturday a pipe bomb exploded along the course of a marine charity run in seaside park, new jersey. none of the 5,000 participants were injured. investigators say the bombs in new york and new jersey share similar characteristics, and they now believe the incidents are linked. >> we're coordinating resources between new york and new jersey to see if there's anything we can learn. >> with a suspect now name in
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the new york city bombing, the nypd and the fbi are still coming through the neighborhoods, and reviewing surveillance footage from nearby businesses. >> here's what we know. it was intentional. it was a violent act. was certainly a criminal act. it was a bombing. >> to give you a sense, elizabeth, new jersey, is about 13 miles from the neighborhood here of chelsea. charlie? >> thanks, anna. fran townsend is a former homeland security adviser to president george w. bush. she is now a cbs news senior national security analyst. good morning. >> good morning. >> there are two other people seen on the surveillance tape. do we know anything about them? >> we don't. we know that there are law enforcement sources say that they're trying to identify them. i suspect, charlie, that that's part of the reason they've put out the alert about rahami. they have identified him or he may be the key to understanding or identifying who the other two are. >> how do you think they were able to identify him so quickly other than that surveillance
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video? looking at him, if you don't know him -- >> that's right. there's a bunch of typical investigative steps. one they would have run license plates of all of the cars in the neighborhood that may have been picked up on surveillance tapes and they have released the car they think he's driving. i suspect that's part of it. they also would have dusted for fingerprints, the second unexploded bomb and that also might doctor lhave led to leads. >> does he look like a lone wolf or part of a larger terror cell? >> the fact that there were two others on the surveillance tape seems to suggest he at least had help. investigators are now concerned he may be part of a cell. >> does the choice of targets surprise you? because that wasn't necessarily a crowded area. and normally, the -- these type of attacks, they're they want to blow themselves up as well. >> that's exactly right, gayle. so the interesting thing is remember the one other attempt in times square where the detonation device didn't work, it's entirely possible that what they -- what rahami did was place this in an area where he could test the detonation.
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we don't know whether it detonated successfully. we know one of them didn't detonate. so this could have been a dry run to have placed these types of devices in a larger, more populated area. >> as has been said no known connection yet to isis. >> that's right. not yet. and we don't know. we know investigators searched his home earlier at his apartment earlier today. that's certainly one of the things that we're looking for. did they find a computer? did they find literature that might have suggested whether he was connected to isis or he was self-radicalized. >> you think we'll see other bombs? >> well i think that's the concern, right? if you've got rahami out there and two others who helped them, there's a large number of devices now they had. do you have a bombmaker out there capable, and do they have other devices? >> fran townsend, thank you so much. >> thank you. isis has used the word soldier to describe a man accused of attacking shoppers at a minnesota mall. cbs news has identified the suspect as dahir adan. law enforcement has not released his name. nine people were stabbed at the shopping center on saturday night. the possible terror attack
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happened shortly after the explosion in new york city. dean reynolds is at the crossroads center mall in saint cloud northwest of minneapolis. dean, good morning. >> good morning. the victims of saturday's attack range in age from 15 to 53. and all of them survived. saint cloud's mayor says the man involved, identified as a naturalized american citizen from somalia, is now dead, because an off-duty police officer just happened to be in the right place at the right time. >> we are currently investigating this as a potential act of terrorism. >> police say saturday's attack began just after 8:00 p.m. when dahir adan, a college student in his 20s, entered a sears store on the mall's southeast corner. a law enforcement source tells cbs news he asked people if they were muslim, and used a knife to stab those who said they were not. the rampage ended min eed minut at a macy's store where adan was
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shot and killed by jason falconer an off-duty minnesota policeman. >> his heroic actions are exemplary, of having witnessed what he did, not only did he fire, suspect went down, he came back up on three different occasions. >> this guy comes out, he's african-american, wearing a blue or black security outfit. >> ryan had just entered the mall when he was attacked. >> i knew he was going to strike me. so i tried to brace myself for it. he just did one fast motion to the side of my head. >> he fell to the ground and watched as adan continued through the mall. >> there was no like official lockdown or alarm going off. there was no mall security anywhere. >> minnesota is home to the largest somali-american population in the u.s. one which has been heavily scrutinized for its threat of domestic radicalization. adan had lived in the united states for a number of years. on sunday, somali and muslim community leaders gathered to condemn the violence.
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>> any evil is evil. it does not mean that it is one person does anything is representative of everyone in our community. that is very wrong. >> the fbi said it's not clear yet whether isis actually planned this attack, or merely inspired it. dahir adan had three previous run-ins with minnesota law enforcement. but most of them involved traffic violations. gayle? >> thank you very much, dean. hillary clinton and donald trump are condemning the attacks in new york and new jersey, and minnesota. moments ago, hillary clinton said her team is in close touch with authorities here in new york. she said the threat is real, so is our resolve. trump issued a statement that said this, fade obama hillary clinton policies won't keep us safe. i will make america safe again. >> donald trump and hillary clinton are tied at 42% in the latest cbs news poll taken across 13 key battle ground states. nancy cordes is covering the
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campaign with the election just 50 days away. she is in white plains, new york, where clinton is about to depart for philadelphia. nancy, good morning. >> good morning. the clinton camp is acknowledging that her support among young voters is not where they would like it to be so she is going to be heading to philadelphia this morning to temple university to give a speech that they say will be aimed squarely at millennial voters. at the same time, both she and trump are trying to show that they're best equipped to handle the kinds of dangers to the homeland we saw this weekend. >> we better get very tough, folks. we better get very, very tough. >> trump sought to project strength after the bombing. clinton, steadiness. >> it's always wiser to wait until you have information before making conclusions. >> their vastly different stiles are reflected in the latest cbs news battleground tracker. trump is seen as far more likely to change washington. while voters think clinton would
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be better at handling the day-to-day job of being president. voters are so divided at 83% of pwill be damaged beyond repair f clinton is president. even more democrats believe that about trump. this weekend clinton's running mate said he's one of them. >> donald trump as commander in chief scares me to death. >> but recent polls also show clinton's support dropping among a key democratic constituency, young people. the clinton team candidly admitted this morning it's clear that the campaign must do more to earn their vote. insisting it has ramped up efforts to engage millennial voters with more appearances by bernie sanders, chelsea clinton and elizabeth warren. stumped for clinton in ohio this weekend. >> donald trump has more support from ariane nation and the ku klux klan than he does the leadership of the republican party. >> in washington, president obama tried to energize another important voting bloc. >> you want to give me a good
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send-off? go vote! >> he said he will take it as a personal insult if black voters don't turn out for clinton the way they did for him. >> on the progress we've made isn't safe in this election. >> but in a series of tweets sunday night trump argued there hasn't been much progress. under the leadership of obama and clinton americans have experienced more attacks at home than victories abroad, he wrote. time to change the playbook. both candidates will have an opportunity to practice some craft this afternoon. they will both be meeting with foreign leaders at the u.n. general assembly in new york. security is already tight in new york city with president obama here for the u.n. general assembly. ahead, secret service snipers show us what it takes to protect the president. good morning from our studios in san francisco, after record heat yesterday another hot one away from the bay.
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we're not going to allow the terrorists to win. they want to disrupt. they want to intimidate. that's what terrorism is. and we're not going to let them do that. >> that's new york governor andrew cuomo and new york's penn station just minutes ago thanking police and other responders who are working on the investigation into a series of explosions in new york and new jersey. welcome back to "cbs this morning." we continue to follow the search for suspects. the fbi is looking for 28-year-old ahmad khan rahami. they released this image of the suspect who they believe is the bombmaker. the fbi says he was spotted on surveillance video at two scenes saturday in new york's chelsea neighborhood. pressure cooker bomb exploded at one of those locations, injuring
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29 people. officers found a second pressure cooker bomb nearby. it did not explode. >> atf and fbi agents raided an apartment this morning in elizabeth, new jersey, that is rahami's last known address. they're searching a location near the spot where more bombs were found overnight. >> issues of robot overnight to detonate a bomb near a train station. officials say there were five devices in the backpack. one of which was described as a pipe with wires coming out of it. investigators say rahami is also tied to the saturday morning explosion at a marine charity run in seaside park, new jersey. >> cia director john brennan sees a world where america is in more danger than ever before. coming up, an interview you'll see only on "cbs this morning." director brennan tells us about the latest threat. plus a look at how the secret service protects president obama at places like the u.n., where he is today fwop
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agents show us how they prepare for the worst that can happen. that's ahead. time to show you some of this morning's headlines. "the new york times" has fallout from an accidental airstrike in eastern syria. the attack on saturday was carried out by american-led coalition forces. russian officials say more than 60 government troops were killed. russia suggested thes mistake was the result of the united states' reluctance to share intelligence. american officials reject the criticism. in south carolina, the ntsb is investigating a deadly bus crash in north carolina. the bus was carrying a football team two players from clinton college the driver and an 8-year-old little boy were killed on saturday. the boy's father was part of the coaching staff. the bus was traveling from rock hill to fayetteville, north carolina for a football game. the tire blew. federal investigators want to know why a plane carrying sky
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divers crashed into a house. the plane burst into a fireball as it hurtled to the ground saturday night. four sky divers -- >> the pilot also a sky diver suffered burns. the residents managed to escape without injury. the colonial pipeline company may be ready to restart a leaking line later this week. a statement of that pipe has spilled an estimated 336,000 gallons of gasoline in shelby county, alabama. 36 inch line is estimated to supply the east coast with up to 40% of its gasoline supply with that pipeline out of service, drivers in the south have faced a spike in prices, and scattered gas station outages. >> new york's daily news says opening statements are set to begin in the so-called bridgegate trial. the defendants are bridget kelly former deputy chief of staff to chris christie and a former
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deputy executive director of the port authority aused of closing down lanes on the george washington bridge three years ago causing a major traffic nightmare. they were closed for four days. chris christie denies knowing anything about the spot. >> with america facing challenges all over the world cia director john brennan says his workforce needs to evolve and diversify to meet that threat. jeff pegues travelled with brennan and got unprecedented access to the director. it's an interview you'll see only on "cbs this morning." jeff, good morning. >> good morning. few people in this country know more about isis and the threat of terrorism than cia director john brennan. he lived in the middle east, speaks fluent arabic and has more than 30 years in national security. when we spoke with him last week, before the events of this past weekend, he told us that he believes the terrorist's organization days are numbered. we interviewed the cia director several times over a 24-hour period.
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the motorcade arrived at andrews air force base. >> thanks for coming -- >> shortly before this unmarked air force jet was scheduled to take off. this is how the cia director travels. the plane is equipped with secure systems ensuring that he can communicate with the president during a crisis. we were headed to alabama. the cia did not allow us to record video during the flight. but we were permitted to tape the audio. during an hour and a half interview on board the director told us he worried about isis' success, and inspiring attacks worldwide. while the cia focuses on external threats brennan has also been looking at shortcomings within the intelligence agency itself. in 2013 he ordered a study on diversity. results, racial andette nike minorities make up just under
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24% of the workforce and about 10% of the senior intelligence positions. >> good to see you. >> on the day we followed him, brennan was visiting miles college, a historically black college near birmingham. >> everybody at the agency looked like me and thought like me and had my background, and experience i think we would be subject to tremendous -- we would not be open to new ideas and new perspectives. >> did u.s. intelligence for some of those reasons miss what was bubbling under the surface of the arab spring? >> no matter how much insight we have into how governments were thinking and how they were reacting, we didn't have the pulse of the streets, as best as we should have. >> isis grew partly out of discontent in the arab world. the terror group inspired the deadly attacks in san bernardino and orlando. and in europe, deployed cells to carry out the attacks in paris and brussels. do you think american people and the people of europe should
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expect more of these attacks? >> i think isis is capability to carry out attacks outside of the syria and iraq theater will continue, could increase -- >> could increase? >> could increase in the short term. >> brennan, whose career in national security spans 36 years says he can't remember a time when the country faced so many complex and dangerous threats. as we rode in his motorcade we asked about recent cyber attacks like those on athlete medical records, files of the democratic national committee and election data bases in at least two states. experts say the hacks trace back to russia. going forward do you expect that there will be more cyber intrusions from russia or russians leading up to the november 8th election? >> well, i believe that as we come to the election there will be additional attempts to exemployed, to collect, possibly
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to disclose information that is related somehow to the presidential campaign. >> he was reluctant to discuss the campaign, insisting that he wasn't a democrat or a republican. but he is adamant that he will not waterboard terror suspects. even though republican nominee donald trump has endorsed the idea. >> i would refuse to carry out a direction to conduct waterboarding. i will just say no. and it -- >> even to a president? >> absolutely to a president. >> this seems like an odd place for the cia director. >> for brennan coming to birmingham is also about understanding evil. in 1963 in the midst of the civil rights movement, three members of the ku klux klan planted over a dozen sticks of dynamite outside the 16th street baptist church. the explosion killed four young black girls. >> so what we do every day to try to keep this country safe and strong and keep its citizens secure. >> brennan says the core of isis
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has been taken off the battlefield. but he acknowledged that it would take time for the group's tentacles to decay. the dent ackles that he's talking about are the sympathizers and operatives who are willing to carry out attacks. >> we always like the cia director to give it to us straight. it is unsettling when he says these attacks will continue in the short term. >> he meant this is an organization that's falling apart. however, it already put the operations into motion. and so you go after the core, after that, you know, the rest of the tentacles will fall out and go away is what they're hoping. >> thanks jeff. >> see something, say something. very important these days. president obama is just across town from the site of this weekend's new york city bombing. see how the secret service prepares to shield the president from any possible harm. that's coming up next on "cbs this morning." smoking's a monkey on my back. it was, it was always controlling your time, your actions, your money.
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"tamarancho blaze" outside fairfax. it's burned about 10 acres since it started 7:56 am, right now the north bay crews monitoring the blaze outside fairfax. it has burned about 10 acres and started yesterday. no reports of injuries or structural damage. today marks international talk like a pirate day, krispy kreme offering sweet rewards if you play along. talking like a pirate will score you one free donut and dressing like a pirate gets you a dozen free donuts. coming up on cbs this morning federal investigators looking into multiple explosions in new york and new jersey. over the weekend. traffic and weather in just a moment. ,,,,,,
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good morning to our viewer in the west. it is monday, september 19th, 2016. welcome back to "cbs this morning." there's more news ahead including the man named as a bombing suspect by the fbi. the latest from the manhunt and the investigation of those attacks here in new york and new jersey. but, first, here's today's eye opener at 8:00. the fbi and the atf searching the last known address of the man suspected of planting those explosive devices. >> earlier this morning an alert went out across the city on cell phones as investigators seek the public's help. the police are saying that surveillance video shows that suspect at both locations here in the chelsea neighborhood. at this point, does he look like a lone wolf or part of a
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larger terror cell? >> it seems to suggest he at least had help. >> st. cloud's mayor say the man involved is now dead because an off duty police officer just happened to be in the right place at the right time. >> both candidates will have an opportunity to practice some state -- they were meeting with foreign leaders at the u.n. general assembly. >> when you started playing, did you plan for that in any way? >> no, not really. i don't think we planned for anything, you know. >> we just went on with what we had. >> the noise was constant. >> at first, that screaming was great. because it meant we were a success. just, like, she -- like, hey, whoa! anthony does it again. >> he does. >> i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. the fbi and police around new york are searching for a suspect
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connected to the weekend bombings in new york city and new jersey. he's identified as 28-year-old ahmad khan rahami of elizabeth, new jersey. police believe he made the explosives used in new york's chelsea neighborhood. >> security cameras captured rahami's image at the site of the bomb explosion on 23rd street in manhattan in an area where an unexploded bomb was found on 27th street. michelle miller is in elizabeth, new jersey, at the suspect's last known address. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the atf and fbi have been searching the apartment above that fried chicken restaurant all morning. you have to understand, this is a neighborhood of both businesses and homes. and the people who live and work here are visibly shaken by the fact that this is the last known address of ahmad khan rahami, the man suspected of planting multiple explosive devices in manhattan and new jersey. agents combed through the
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apartment above that fried chicken restaurant, searching for clues that may reveal his motive and his whereabouts. overnight, an explosive device was accidentally set off by a bomb squad robot. just blocks from here. officials say there were five devices in the backpack, one of which was described as a pipe bomb with wires coming out of it. fortunately, no one was injured in that blast. now, the mayor of elizabeth, new jersey, mayor bollwage, says the initial investigation determined there were no cell phones, and no electronics used in these blasts or this blast, we should note, which is different from what our sources are telling us took place in the blast in seaside, new jersey, and in manhattan. >> michelle, thank you. surveillance video shows the explosion in manhattan on saturday night that sent people running. the pressure cooker bomb blew up and shattered windows. 29 people were hurt. four blocks awaryaway, police f
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another pressure cooker bomb that did not go off. this began with the explosion in seaside park, new jersey, saturday morning. one of three devices exploded by the route of a charity run, no one was hurt. jeff pegues is here again. were they able to link these to rahami? >> you have the unexploded devices, the surveillance video. you have a lot of elements coming together here for investigators. after the explosion. and you think about some of the little details they get from an exploded device, also an unexploded device. these are clues that can help investigators build this puzzle of who they are looking for. >> like fingerprints or -- >> fingerprints perhaps, where the components of the device were purchased. so these are things that they look for, the little details that will tie all this together. the fact that they're at this point looking for this suspect
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right now, it is amazing how the trajectory of this has changed over the last 24 hours. yesterday, you had the governor coming out and saying, essentially, that there doesn't appear to be a link to international terrorism and now the feeling there has changed that, yes, this could be tied to international terrorism. and specifically isis. >> i assume somebody has said the last time they saw him, they must have testimony from people in the neighborhood or somewhere else the last time they saw -- not on video, but in person. >> you have people who live in that area who are being asked questions about when was the last time you saw him? you have those surveillance videos. network, that is across this city. and so you'll have his movements on tape. >> is he part of a larger terror cell? >> that's the question that is out there right now. we have talked to sources who say, yes, there is concern that this may be part of a cell. >> all right. jeff, thank you so much. president obama is expected to speak around 8:30 a.m. pacific time. we'll bring that to you in a cbs
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news special report. khan is one of eight children born to pakistani immigrants, the former human rights lawyer was elected in may as the first muslim to lead a major western capital. >> mayor khan is on a five-day tour of north america in chicago he took aim at divisive talk about muslims during the presidential campaign. he said, quote, we place straight into the hands of those who seek to divide us of extremists and terrorists around the world when we imply it is not possible to hold western values dear and to be a muslim. mayor khan joins us now and we're pleased to have you here. >> great to be here. it really is. >> let me just begin you said in a city hit by violence, you're in another city hit by violence, what do we need to know and what do we need to do? >> london stands shoulder to shoulder with new york. london and new yorkers have a lot in common.
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one of the things i know as the mayor of london is mayor de blasio, the police service here, like my police service, and the -- worry about this on a daily basis, how do we keep our city safe, how we remain vigilant, how we ensure the police have the resources they need. and so they'll be grappling with who was responsible, they'll be analyzing the cctv, they'll be thinking what more we can do to keep us safe. my message to new yorkers, which has been our message to londoners is, look, you may have 36,000 police officers in new york, but actually 36,000 police officers who have the eyes and ears of 8.5 million new yorkers is a powerful thing. >> what do you specifically mean? >> one of the ways we police in london is we have a phrase, policing by consent. that means actually as brilliant as the police is, as brilliant as the security services is, they are putting intelligence information from the communities -- one way we have been successful in stopping successful attacks -- >> you mean the muslim community? >> anyone. parents, big sisters, neighbors,
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teachers, friends of, imams, everyone has a role to play. you live in a great city of new york, i live in a great city of london. new york is the second best city in the world avalon done. >> you're the mayor of london. you've been one of the most vociferous voices against donald trump. >> in my defense, i have the privilege of being elected the mayor of the greatest city of the world this may. and donald trump who said, prior to my election, he wanted to stop muslims coming to america. when i was elected, he said he would make an exception for me. now, according to my mom, i'm exceptional, but i'm not exceptional. there are tens of thousands of americans, proud americans who are proud muslims. there are millions of brits, proud brits, who are proud muslims. my point is this, i'm not an exception. don't make an exception for me.
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and, you know, i hope the best candidate wins and i'm sure she will. >> you do this, you're giving fodder to -- you said daesh or isis or isil, whatever name for the islamic state you use. that tactics like this play into their hands and their recruitment. i want to go to another point about them, are we looking at the new face of daesh in terms of what is happening in london and in new york and in nice, france, and so many other places around the world, are we under a state of constant siege? >> well, we shouldn't allow ourselves to be under siege. we shouldn't allow anybody to change the way we lead our lives. the reality is, i'm afraid of the current climate, not simply a question of outside of our countries and outside of our cities, which destroy our way of life. i'm afraid the bad news is people born and raised in london, born and raised in america, born and raised in europe want to destroy our way of life. the best antidote of that is to show them, it is possible to be somebody with western values and
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be mainstream muslim, but also to teach our youngsters resilience. so if you're a young brit or young american, and somebody comes along to try and groom you or brainwash you or -- you, a charismatic preacher of hate and he says, look, the west hates you, there is a jewish conspiracy, you can say, what are you talking about? what are you talking about? my best friend -- what are you talking about, i'm proud to be an american. what are you talking about? this country is a country where you can fulfill your potential if you work hard, there is a helping hand. i want to give youngsters the resilience so they can counter this extremist narrative. >> thank you, mr. mayor. >> for coming to the best city in the world. >> welcome to the best city in the world. >> the greatest city in the world. >> can i say this? hamilton comes to london next year. >> time to recognize the best in television. the primetime emmys honored some new faces and familiar names last night. kevin frazier saw it all and
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he's standing by in los angeles. hi, kevin.
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dragons and kingdoms reins at the prime time emmys last night. "games of thrones" took home the best drama show for the second year in a row but a docudrama inspired by the o.j. simpson case was also a winner. kevin frazier is here.
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he saw it all. >> reporter: it was a night of drama for both fantasy and relity. came up big, big winners. games of thrones as you mentioned won 12 emmys this year and won 38 overall. the most wins ever by a trprime time show. >> the emmy goes to "the people versus o.j. simpson." >> three of the series trial lawyers bake first-time emmy winners. courtney b. vance won outstanding lead actor for his portrayal of johnny cochran. he gave a shout-out to his wife of 18 years, angela bassett. >> this one is for you, girl! >> reporter: he got lots of love from the couple's 10-year-old twins. >> did you see it? >> we miss you, daddy! love you! >> i love you too. >> wow. >> let me go now. okay. >> we love you. love you. >> that will get you every time. that almost got me. that almost got me. whoa.
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>> the larger lesson win, lose or draw, if i come home one of them or if i don't, i'm still a winner. they go, okay, daddy. >> sarah paulsen. >> reporter: the tv marcia clark got a real hug from the o.j prosecutor when she won. the drama showed her how this hard working professional was a far cry from any tabloid image. >> once i did any further looking, it became very clear what a very, very clep complicated, wonderful, smart woman she was and what battle she was fighting. so, yeah, it became a very different picture. >> reporter: sterling brown as christopher darden rounded out this trio of wins. >> i instant felt like a float above the venue and looking down on myself and it happened, it was surreal. >> reporter: julia louis-dreyfus
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accepted her fifth straight emmy for "veep." her hand shook as she talked about her father who bapassed ay on friday. other winners including the star of "orange is black." and mr. robot. >> i don't know if it's etched in my mine because i barely remember it right now. >> reporter: it really was a fantastic night, gayle. you know what we are seeing? you know, there is so much great content to digest out there and that is why you see a diverse group of winners. >> that was a very touching moment with julia louis-dreyfus, her hand shaking as she paid tribute to her dad who died two days before and so many emotion on the stage. >> back stage too. her costars from "veep" said julia is the leader of that show and means the world to them. >> it i hear you were sitting in
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my chair while i was away on vacation? >> charlie, it felt good, but i'm way, way, too small to sit in that chair and fill those big shoes. >> i thought you meant my weight! >> he has really big feet. >> he is the man. >> o.j. simpson crew cleaned up last night. how did that play in the room? >> you know what? everybody was really excited. i think, also, everybody wanted to give love to that show because they appreciated it and enjoyed it. then you could see back stage the hugs and the excitement and the folks walking around and just being congratulated. it was a great show and shows how the limited series can be a great venue for great actors. >> a lot of great talent on tv these days. now i want to see mr. robot. >> gayle, thanks for letting me use your office. >> i hear you were a hit around here. >> he was. we loved having you here, kevin. >> kevin, thanks. he will bring you the big emmy moments and back stage interviews with the winners this
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from afghanistan and a naturalized u.s. citizen. he has been waited in those bombings, two that happened in chelsea, injuring 29 people. also, suspected bombings in new
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jersey. we're now expecting to hear from president obama who's here in new york for u.n. meetings. let's listen. >> -- as well as mayor de blasio. we've seen what was apparently a pipe bomb go off in new jersey. in seaside park where it could have seriously injured our u.s. marines and spectators who were there for a race. the bombing in the chelsea neighborhood here in new york injured more than two dozen people. we are extremely fortunate and grateful that nobody was killed. our prayers go out to all of those who have been injured. we want to wish them a speedy recovery. i especially want to commend all the outstanding police and first responders in both new york city and new jersey for their extraordinary professionalism, and their quick response, which surely prevented even more people from being hurt, and ensure that people got assistance quickly. the investigation is moving rapidly, and as is my practice,
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i'm going to leave it to the fbi and law enforcement to provide details. i think everybody is aware at this point that there is a person of interest. who is the focus of the investigation, and the fbi can give you further details in terms of how that is proceeding. i told governors cuomo and christie and mayor de blasio and they and their teams will continue to have all federal support as they move ahead with their investigations. in tracking down every lead, and working to keep the people of this city, and of this region, safe. law enforcement is asking for the help of the community. and so, to everybody in this region, i want to repeat what we've said before. if you see something suspicious, then you need to say something. contact local law enforcement. in the meantime, i would ask that the press try to refrain from getting out ahead of the investigation.
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i've -- extraordinarily happy with the cooperation that's been taking place between the fbi, and state and local law enforcement officials. they are moving smartly on this investigation. it does not help if false reports or incomplete information is out. so, try to -- as much as possible, stick to what our investigators say, because they actually know what they're talking about. meanwhile, i know that the united nations meetings here every year already create an additional workload for new york. but, given the u.n. meetings, we also have particularly high level of federal resources here to help as needed. we're going to make sure that everybody is working together seamlessly as one team to get to the bottom of what happened. to find those responsible, and to make sure that justice is done. meanwhile, while all this going on in new york, and new jersey,
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we're also focused on the stabbing attack at the shopping mall in minnesota. at this point we see no connection between that incident and what happened here in new york and new jersey. our attention there is on the people who were injured. and again, we are very grateful that no one lost their life. thanks to the quick action of a brave off-duty police officer, the suspect was killed, and we avoided more people being hurt. i had a chance also to speak with governor dayton this morning. i assured him that we will provide all the assistance that he needs in the investigation. the fbi is investigating the minnesota incident as a potential act of terrorism. we will direct the full resources of the federal government to make sure that the investigation goes forward aggressively. finally i want to take this opportunity to reassure the people in this city, in this region, and americans across our
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country, that our counterterrorism and law enforcement professionals at every level, federal, state and local, are working together around the clock to prevent attacks and to keep us safe. they are the best of the best. over the years they have thwarted many plots and saved many lives, and we are incredibly grateful for their service today and every single day. we will continue to lead the global coalition in the fight to destroy isil, which is instigating a lot of people over the internet to carry out attacks. we are going to tip to go after them. we're going to take out their leaders. we're going to take out their infrastructure. they are continuing to lose ground in iraq, and in syria, and later today i'll be meeting with the prime minister of iraq to discuss the need to sustain that momentum. as we take away more of their territory, it exposes isil as
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the failed cog that it is and helps to undermine their ideology which over time will make it harder for them to recruit and inspire people to violence. and we're going to continue to enlist tech companies, and community and religious leaders to push back against online extremist content, and all messages of hate. you know at moments like this, i think it's important to remember what terrorists and violent extremists are trying to do. they are trying to hurt innocent people, but they also want to inspire fear in all of us. and disrupt the way we live. to undermine our values. and so, even as we have to be vigilant and aggressive, both in preventing senseless acts of violence, but also making sure that we find those who carry out such acts, and bring them to justice, we all have a role to play as citizens. in making sure that we don't
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succumb to that fear. and, there's no better example of that than the people of new york and new jersey. you know, when i was speaking to governor cuomo and governor christie and mayor de blasio, one point that they all made is, you know, folks around here, you know, they don't get scared. they're tough. they're resilient. they go about their business every single day. and that kind of toughness and resoluteness, and a recognition that neither individuals, nor organizations like isil can ultimately undermine our way of life, that's the kind of strength that makes me so proud to be an american. that's the kind of strength that is going to be absolutely critical, not just in days to come, but in the years to come. by showing those who want to do
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us harm that they will never beat us, by showing the entire world that as americans we do not and never will give in to fear, that's going to be the most important ingredient in us defeating those who will carry out terrorist acts against us. thank you very much, everybody, and as i said, you will be receiving, i'm sure, ongoing briefings from both the fbi, and local law enforcement in terms of the details of the investigation. >> and that was president obama here in new york as he is scheduled to meet with world leaders as part of the u.n. general assembly. to repeat the man wanted for questioning in the bombing saturday in new york city and seaside park, new jersey, which is a shore town in new jersey, has been arrested. he is in custody this morning. his name is ahmad khan rahami. he is a naturalized u.s. citizen from afghanistan. he was arrested in a shoot-out this morning in lyndon, new
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jersey. that is a town right next to elizabeth, new jersey, where he is from. the other interesting thing that president obama said was that no connection has been found between the bombings and the knife attacks yesterday at a minnesota mall. that minnesota mall, of course, isis has claimed responsibility for that particular attack. jeff pegues is here with us. you were with the president. he praised law enforcement. they've acted quickly. now he's in custody. >> as you know they sent out this alert and put out this picture of this man that they wanted. about three hours ago and now he's in custody. yes, they've been very quick to round him up and put him in custody. now we're hearing that there may have been a tip involved here from someone who perhaps may have seen this wanted poster out there. but it may have been a tip that led to his arrest. >> i think the next big question that many people have is what else is out there? more bombs? is he connected to a larger
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terror cell in elizabeth, new jersey? >> well and that's a very good point. i think it was notable how the president talked about the minnesota attack, where nine people were stabbed in that mall there, and these incidents in new jersey and in new york city. now he's saying there's no connection between minnesota attack and new york and new jersey. why is that important? because the question is, is there a larger conspiracy at play here? or was it just a coincidence? we know that in the past isis has used its social media arm to drum up attacks like this, whether inspired, or directed, encouraging people to pick targets and go and attack. the so the question is did they send out some sort of information, encouraging people to carry out attacks on that day? that is a question that is still unresolved at this point flp go we have the first pictures from that arrest that just happened moments ago. and you can see the suspect there laying on the ground. it appears his shirt is pulled
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up, his hands behind, his back. what will law enforcement do now to figure out whether there are more people involved? >> they've got to see who he's been in contact with. was there someone out there who is helping him? or was helping him? they got to get those cell phones. they've got to get the computers. and they have to scrub those things looking for as much information as possible. they want to know who he was talking to, in the weeks and days and really hours leading up to these events. >> how he became radicalized. was he self-radicalized. was he part of a larger group? let me also ask you, in terms of the different types of these bombs that were used, a pipe bomb in new jersey, the pressure cookers here, in manhattan and the chelsea neighborhood, what did investigators think was interesting about those devices? >> well, everything about them. when you're starting from scratch with an explosion, and you see in the video there, everything about those devices,
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and what was left of them, is important to an investigator. they want to see if there are any fingerprints there. they look at the components to see if they can trace where these components were purchased from. because if they can do that, then you have a store to go to and you can look at the store's surveillance camera. so right, one thing leads to the next clue that can help ultimately catch up to someone like this. >> what are we hearing from all of the law enforcement officials this morning? about how think found him? fingerprints? particular things in the devices? >> well, it usually comes down to fingerprints, in these cases. but, as i've said before, and you know this, there is this network of cameras everywhere, certainly in this city, but really across the east coast, and so you look at the surveillance images that we've seen from the explosion, you look at the surveillance video from stores nearby.
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you canvass neighborhoods. so all of these things help investigators get the information they need to provide the public with a picture. and then that old theory on if you see something, say something, comes into play where they need the public's help. to get as much information as possible, and they race to track this person down. just in case, you know, they don't know whether he was plank something else and so they've got to race against the clock to get somebody in custody. >> governor cuomo saying this morning on "cbs this morning" that there were certain commonalities among the bombs that have led them to link all of them together. what about these five men who were arrested late last night just around new york city? >> well, those are -- are people who are being questioned right now. but no charges in that case. but, that's something that we certainly need to follow. one other interesting thing about the president's statement there, did you notice how he -- he talked about getting the facts straight. i don't think that that was necessarily a message for the
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media. because there have been some mixed message there's from public officials about the status of the investigation. >> in fact, the mayor of new york city wouldn't say it was terrorism. he differed from the governor, of new jersey and new york who said it was terrorism. we also heard the governor first -- new york say it wasn't clear there was an international connection and then this morning saying it does look like there might be some foreign ties. so as always, the story evolves. >> and that's a real muddled picture. and you'll notice that you didn't see investigators making those kinds of statements. that sort of stands out. and so there was a mess tlj from the president to, you know, maybe he was calling out the media perhaps, but also to public officials. >> i think there's a lesson here too which is new york city and many of these cities have all hands on deck and they have cameras everywhere. they can catch you pretty quickly. >> as you know, after 9/11, this is a city that has evolved in its law enforcement tactics in many other ways and that was at play here, as well. >> what about new jersey?
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>> well, i think new jersey perhaps for some folks there this is a wake-up call. but you know, new jersey, this tristate area, this area was affected deeply by 9/11. and so there's been this collective effort to not only enforce reinforcements enforce law enforcement technology and resources, but just to instill in the public more vigilance. 9/11, 15 years later, it's still -- it's still hurts here. and you see it in the faces and the eyes of the residents, and also the police officers. >> well now we know that the suspect is now in custody. will be questioned by officials as they search to see whether he is part of a larger terror group. president obama speaking moments ago trying to reassure the public that law enforcement on the state, local, and federal level are all working together to try and keep america safe. he cautioned as jeff just noted not to jump to conclusions about
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whether there are foreign connections. but we will have much more here on cbs just to repeat klm a naturalized u.s. citizen from afghanistan arrested in linden, new jersey. there will be much more ahead here on cbs and on your local news, and on our 24-hour screaming nz service and we will have extensive coverage on the cbs evening news with scott pelley. i'm norah o'donnell, cbs news, new york. for news 24 hours a from our kpix studios, good
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morning. more heat in store on this last monday of summer, 2016. this is the scene looking at san jose, where yesterday, it was 94. similar conditions today. 50s and 60s today. the weather at the beaches, 80s and 90s for the most part 100 inland and seasonal weather on tuesday.
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which has gone 45 days without reporting a new infection. david, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the governor of florida just declared wynwood zeke a-free a short time ago. most people who have zika won't feel the symptoms and won't know they are infected. this morning we introduce you to a miami beach doctor who hat virs uand speaking publicly for the first time he feels the responsibility to make people realize zika is a real threat and not just for pregnant women. >> muscle pain, rash, fever, pain behind my eyes, and then
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the last symptom i developed was bloodshot eyes. >> reporter: dr. mike started suffering symptoms after a labor day barbecue with a dozen friends in his miami beach home. he had all sorts of repellant at his party. >> reporter: did anyone about mosquitoes at the party? >> not at all. i talked about how well the tiki torches were working. >> reporter: two days after the party he start feeling sick. when did the cash started? >> about five days after the barbecue. >> reporter: after that rash, the symptoms got worse. >> i had several evenings where i put on a winter coat and got underneath blankets and shut off all of the air-conditioning in my home and i was shivering. >> reporter: his infection occurred outside the original 1.5 mile zika zone. it's one reason that zone has now tripled in size.
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spraying of the controversial insect eyed naled continued on sunday as the state tries to desperately kill more of those zika carrying mosquitoes. four of the doctor's party-goers also showed symptoms. so far, one has tested positive. the others have not yet been tested. the doctor says getting the test was a challenge. his insurance wouldn't cover the ruffle 600 dollar cost so he went to the local health department looking for a free test. >> there is a big sign saying we only test pregnant women. if you only test pregnant women, you'll be underestimating and underreporting and you'll never get a handle of what is really going on! >> reporter: for the record, it's not just pregnant women that can get tested. other people can too but as you just heard from the doctor, it's difficult. he tells us when he got to the health department, he had to raise his shirt and show his rash and describe his symptoms and all but beg for a test. and he was finally given one for free. >> really interesting.
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david, thank you so much. up next, the real meaning of team work. two rival high school football teams come together for one play to lift the spirits of a classmate and his mom. you're watching "cbs this morning." ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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♪ >> robbie hyle is a dedicated water boy for his football high school team in michigan. he shined on the field friday night. in the second quarter of a tie game he scored 36-yard touchdown! his mother was so overcome. she fell to her knees. the coaches arranged the play to surprise robbie's mom who is fighting, oh, my god, bone cancer. >> wow! >> bring out the tissues! >> wow. go robbie! kevin james, can you top that? >> wow. >> kevin james is here.
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he has made it to the studio because he has made tv and movie audiences roar with laughter since he was discovered doing stand-up 20 years ago. lucky for us is a back on cbs tv with "kevin can wait." he plays newly retired police officer kevin gable in a series premiere. he hears some upsetting news from his oldest daughter. >> look. we have a lot to deal with and i understand that you're upset. >> no. you hid this from me and not how we do things in this family. >> sometimes we do. there is a lot of stuff you don't know. >> i know everything going on around here. i'm a cop. even if i don't, trust me, i know. >> got suspended for fighting and jack started seeing the school therapist for anxiety. >> whoa. i didn't know that. my head is spinning. >> i know. it's a lot to throw at you. >> no. it's the bike. i haven't been on that things in years! >> you can tell it's going to be funny already. kevin james joins us in studio 57. welcome. >> thank you. >> this is what i heard about
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you. that you were shopping this series around and les moonves said are you shopping around and not coming to me first? >> i was definitely going to end up there. i have to be with les. >> he's at a reading table? >> he's a hands-on guy and i love that he is excited about it so i was thrilled to be back with him. >> sis this a guy playing dad o tv? >> it is. we have kids here and i have four kids on the show. it's a new dynamic. >> you wanted it to be set in long island and you said if it's not in long island, i don't want to do it. not many have that juice to do that sort of thing. >> it's important to shoot instructor shots and be on long island. >> where you grew up? >> exactly. where i grew up. have the real pizza places and delis and just stuff to really, you know, that like i said it becomes a character on the show. you get the real feel of long island. >> when you shoot it here or in l.a.? >> here in bethpage.
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>> here on long island? >> oh, yeah. area we are looking a lot of long island comedian too so i'm excited. >> they got your face blown up all over the place! no, that's not enough. i'm saying what is it like for you and the children? you're driving around and there issed dah's picture? >> it's a little weird and odd. >> you didn't buy a poster? >> i should have but it's enough of dad to the kid. >> when did you start shooting? >> we have already started shooting. we are five episodes in now. >> the thing is you wanted the kid to have to know you're a die-hard mets fan and you love the pizza and want them to know this is how i grew up and people to see the beauty of long island. >> exactly. so they know it and i can bring them to met and jets games and have some fun here on the east coast. >> you're a big mets fan too? >> huge, huge. >> thank you, kevin. >> glad you're back! >> very glad you made it. >> thank you, les! >> you can see the premiere of
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"kevin can wait" here on cbs tonight. >> that does it for us,,,,,,,,,,
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north bay: crews are monitoring the "tamarancho blaze" outside fairfax. it's this is a kpix5 morning update. good morning. i'm michelle griego and there is a blaze outside fairfax that has burned 10 acres since it started, yesterday. no reports of injuries or structural damages. a devastating blow after a fire raised a local landmark and hang out. the pescadero country store was displayed and -- was destroyed and the cause of the blaze is unknown. thousands and santa clara county can ride to work for one dollar through a carpooling app called scoop. it's for cutting down traffic and parking problems and not bad. >> we have hrrr forecast worth a million bucks.
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this is the live weather forecast and a few clouds in the distance. otherwise, blue sky and temperatures are in the 60s. it's 57 in san jose and 56 in walnut creek. very mild at this early hour and we will cool it down to feel the difference along the seashore and the bay. down from 86 in san francisco, due to a projected west wind. 10-15 during the afternoon and otherwise, 80s in livermore and in pleasanton with 100 today and brentwood and tracy, discovery bay, seasonal by tuesday. >> i was born on the steps of my mother's high school but raised by three strong women who taught me to be the best i
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good morning. the time is 8:50 and let's take a drive through the east bay. starting at westbound center -- 24 at lafayette, a motorcycle versus car crashed causing major delays. 680 delayed on 224 picks out around 880 in hayward before 92, slow traffic to the san mateo bridge and slow traffic along the east shore freeway.
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