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it. >> pumpkin chuckin. >> david letterman is very proud. >> they used those catapults. >> thanks for joining us. toerm to our viewers in the west it is monday, october 17th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." overnight american ar planes and special operation commandos have launched one of the biggest offensives against isis. we are on the front lines with iraq's army about to reclaim the country's second largest city. >> the fire bombing of a republican office in north carolina is being called political terrorism by local leaders. federal investigators are now joining the hunt for who is responsible. >> donald trump doubles down on his claims he's fighting against a rigged election, and hacked e-mails from wikileaks appear to show hillary clinton's campaign struggling with questions about her character. >> but we begin this morning with a look at today's eye opener.
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your world in 90 seconds. >> an operation to retake mosul from the islamic state. >> the country's prime minister saying the time for victory has come. >> the battle for mosul begins. >> u.s. defense secretary ash carter calling this a decisive moment. >> another thing he's saying is that the election is rigged. >> is that a responsible thing for a candidate to say? >> the american people are getting awful tired of this -- of this two on one fight with many of you in the national media doing half of hillary clinton's work for her every day. >> let's talk about the hacked e-mails that the clinton campaign shared. john podesta -- >> i don't give credence to any of these dumped documents because i don't even know if they're accurate. >> no power in the south and the pacific northwest. >> to see all the trees down, it's amazing. it's scary. >> vandals fire bombed a gop office in north carolina. >> we will not be scared. we are not going anywhere. >> this is a story that really
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transcends sports. >> some bills fans voiced their disclosure with colin kaepernick's national anthem protest. >> i'm going to continue to fight for what i'm fighting for. >> china launched its newest space mission. two astronauts blasted off. >> in florida a car flies off a road. good samaritans help pull everyone to safety. >> all that. >> marge and homer made television history with the 600th episode of the simpsons. >> make them watch them all in a row. >> they split the first two games of the nlcs in chicago. >> and all that matters. >> donald trump calling "snl" a hit job. >> i've been helping kids my whole life in 1992 i helped a kid named kevin mcallister find a hotel lobby. >> on "cbs this morning." >> wikileaks leaked all these e-mails from hillary's campaign and no one's talking about them because the trump stuff is so much more ridiculous. who would have thought that
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mastermind hacker julian assange would do less damage than access hollywood's billy bush? >> this morning's eye opener is presented by toyota. let's go places. welcome to "cbs this morning." welcome to "cbs this morning." the fire bombing of a republicans head quarters in north carolina is raising fears about political violence in the final weeks of the presidential campaign. pictures show the extensive damage caused by the attacks. it happened overnight saturday, no one was hurt. >> now the office is in hillsborough just north of durham. jeff pegues is following investigations where some local republican leaders call an act of political terrorism. jeff, good morning. >> good morning. the fbi and the atf have now joined local police in this investigation. so far no suspects have been named as campaign offices around that fiercely competitive battleground state have been asked to step up security. >> words cannot describe the
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emotions you feel when you see something like this today. >> no one was inside the gop headquarters in orange county during the overnight attack. officials say a bottle filled with flammable liquid was thrown through the office's front window, burning furniture and signs inside. on the outside of a nearby wall a spray painted swastic to with the words, nazi republicans leave town or else. >> or else? or else what? that is what we all wonder. we will not be intimidated. we will not be cowed. and we will not be scared. we are not going anywhere. >> local republican officials are calling the violence an act of political terrorism. democratic presidential nominee hillary clinton, who recent polls show leading in the battleground state, condemned the incident, calling the attack horrific. and unacceptable. donald trump blamed the violence on clinton supporters. tweeting, animals representing
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hillary clinton and dems in north carolina just fire bombed our office in orange county because we are winning. >> the objective of terrorism is to intimidate and scare people. and our volunteers have been coming through all day long and we know that it's on their mind. but they're not going to give up. >> reporter: the democratic leaning county scored lopsided wins for president obama in 2012 and 2008. gop officials in the state say they have not received any threats of violence prior to this attack. >> this is not what orange county is. it may be a liberal county. but it is not a violent county. >> in a sign of unity, a go fund me campaign page has started, by democrats, and it has already raised more than $13,000 to help reopen the office. gayle? >> thank you very much, jeff. the election is now just 22 days away, and donald trump is accusing the clinton machine and the media of a conspiracy to keep him out of the white house.
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the latest cbs news battle ground tracker shows hillary clinton now has a six-point lead, 46-40% across 13 battleground states. clinton and trump were tied in those states just a month ago. trump's repeated claims of a rigged election are even drawing objections from his own running mate. major garrett is covering the trump campaign. major, good morning. >> good morning. donald trump once ran as the strongman in this race. now he's the victim. beset on all sides by hillary clinton's campaign and conspiring media, lying women who accuse him of sexual misconduct and now local officials and volunteers apparently eager to rig this election. trump sees villains everywhere. leaving the explaining to surrogates like his running mate. >> donald trump's made it clear that he categorically denies those allegations. >> reporter: republican vice presidential candidate mike pence defended donald trump against numerous allegations of sexual assault. >> people see an overwhelming bias in the national media. >> campaigning in maine over the weekend, trump said women who
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have come forward with different backgrounds, but similar stories, made it all up. >> lies. lies. no witnesses. no nothing. all big lies. all right to trump it's not a question of his character, but an indictment of media recklessness, which he laid out in a twitter onslaught this weekend. the election is absolutely rigged by the dishonest and distorted media pushing crooked hillary but also at many polling places. >> listen, what i said is nothing compared to what bill clinton has done. okay? >> reporter: trump also chafed at "saturday night live's" portrayal of him, calling it a hit job and linking it to the quote, media rigging election. >> november 8th. this is it. we're going to either win or we're going to have a whole different country. >> pence declined to stand by trump's allegations that the election is already tarnished. >> -- outcome of this election john?
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>> i don't think any american should ever attempt to make any other american nervous in the exercise of their franchise to vote. >> reporter: if claims of election tampering were not enough, trump introduced another specter. clinton on some sort of drug therapy. >> i think we should take a drug test prior to the debate. i do. i don't know what's going on with her. but at the beginning of her last debate, she was all pumped up at the beginning, and at the end, it was like, oh, take me down. she could barely reach her car. >> reporter: the issue of voter fraud it is actually extremely rare. and errors that do arise commonly come from clerical errors or bad data matching. the nonpartisan center found the average american is more likely to be struck by lightning than impersonate someone else at the polls. >> that's interesting. thank you, major. our battle ground tracker also shows women turning away from donald trump. female voters in those 13 battle
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ground states prefer hillary clinton by a 15-point margin. that's 51-36%. now that is a ten-point gain in just one month. nancy cordes is covering the clinton campaign, and she has more of those poll numbers. nancy, good morning. >> good morning. the swing among women has been so pronounced, norah, that clinton is now gaining on trump even among republican women. the catalyst it seems was that 2005 "access hollywood" video. 70% of women said they found it offensive and in a new ad this morning clinton compares trump to some of the silver convenient's most famous bullies. >> she ate like a pig. >> you're so stupid. >> how stupid are the people of this country? >> i want to see you -- >> get him out of here! >> reporter: in the new ad the clinton campaign argues trump is promoting bad behavior. >> what are you going to do about people who want to be mean and bullying? >> it's important to stand up to bullies wherever they are. >> reporter: the latest cbs news battle ground tracker find voters question clinton's truthfulness. more than 50% say the hacked e-mails posted by wikileaks show
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she has different motives in private than in public. >> there is sort of the double standard for a woman candidate. >> reporter: vice president argued sunday clinton's being held to unfair expectations. >> i may find myself choking up. anybody looks at me and said, well he's a good father. or what a decent guy. she chokes up and says something, you know, for whatever reason, and sheetz playing the woman card. this is the difference. >> reporter: over the weekend a top house republican raised a new red flag over clinton's use of a private e-mail server as secretary of state. the fbi has given congress more details about its investigation, and congressman jason chaffetz says he sees evidence of a quid pro quo. chaffetz says the fbi documents show an undersecretary of state patrick kennedy contacted an fbi official in 2015 to dispute the classification level of one of clinton's benghazi-related e-mails. which had just been marked secret. in the same conversation the fbi
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official asked kennedy about a long-standing request for additional fbi slots at u.s. missions overseas. chaffetz says the documents indicate kennedy offered a trade, a lower classification level in exchange for the fbi swap. in a statement the fbi says it looked into it, and the classification of the e-mail was not changed. there was no never a quid pro quo. the state department denies the quid pro quo, as well. though they've been very open about the fact that they fought the way many of clinton's e-mails were classified. they did not believe the information was as sensitive as the fbi and intelligence officials did. and from a political perspective, charlie, the higher the classification level, the worse it looks that clinton stored those e-mails on her private server. >> thanks, nancy. washington bureau chief of "the wall street journal," good to have him back. what do you think the campaign strategies are? >> i think the trump strategy is
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to excite his base to the maximum possible. and in the process, try to drive down hillary clinton's. keep his base up, drive her swing voter registered -- swing voter support down. i think her strategy is a little harder to figure out right now because she's kind of moved between going on the attack with donald trump, engaging with him on his terms, and also trying to sort of like go positive and rise above as she says. and i think the interesting question this week is, what's the debate strategy for each of them? i think he sticks with the scorched earth strategy. i think she's got a course to make. rise above that and try to go higher and positive or do i stake in the fight? >> is there anything in the wikileaks e-mails that surprises you or that you find damaging to her? >> well, i don't think there's anything very surprising but i think the most damaging thing to her is probably the tone of the conversation with the goldman sachs bankers. again not shocking but it's sort of confirms what bernie sanders supporters always thought which is she says tough things about banks in public but in private she's much cozier for them.
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that would have been more damaging in the primaries than it is now. >> "the wall street journal" poll has hillary clinton up eleven points nationally. there's now a discussion about whether her team will expand the electoral map. do you expect they will fight in georgia, arizona, utah? >> well they're going to fight in utah because it's the most bizarre state. the most republican state may go independent or democrat this year. i think there's a real conversation under way in the campaign about whether georgia, and arizona, are worth fighting over. i think there's more of an inclination to fight in arizona but there's also kind of a temptation to at least try in georgia. georgia has a big african-american population. if you could energize that vote for clinton it might be within reach. but georgia is the charlie brown football. it always looks tempting to democrats and pulls back at the end. >> given that donald trump is trying to suggest that the election is rigged, is there a thought that they need to win big in order to silence any doubts -- >> well one of the interesting findings in our poll is that
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even people who support hillary clinton are not particularly optimistic about a hillary clinton victory. what the country would be like, whether it would be governed that way. so i think winning big would at least help her create a bigger mandate if that's where they want to think about it. but having watched campaigns over the years, campaigns are very reluctant to start counting how large the victory is going to be. mostly they're just happy to have a win at all and i don't think they'll get too carried away. >> you expecting any surprises? >> you know, if we said you shouldn't expect surprises this year, we'd have been wrong every turn, right? so, yeah, i mean by definition i don't know what they are. there are going to be thousands more wikileaks documents. ient expect there to be something to be really shocking and stunning but who really knows. i think the biggest question is the way each of them choose to finish this out. scorched earth for donald trump, probably. does it go high for hillary clinton? i think we'll find out on wednesday a lot more. >> thank you, gerry, great to have you here. >> the final presidential debate is on wednesday night. gayle and i will be in las vegas along with major, nancy, bob
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dickerson and bob schieffer. our coverage begins at 6:00 p.m. pacific time right here on cbs. >> the major offensive to retake mosul is under way right now. american war plaens and special forces are backing thousands of iraqi and kurdish fighters. they're moving on mosul. isis seized the northern iraqi city more than two years ago. holly williams is on the front line. >> good morning. these kurdish fighters are trying to retake the main road in to mosul which is in that direction over there. just after dawn this morning we were with them as they broke through the front line, and then a column of tanks and armored vehicles moved in to this area which has been controlled by isis now for over two years. the kurds have light arms and artillery. you're seeing isis respond this morning with a suicide car bomb. which moves through this area, and then eventually blown up.
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over the last few days, a pro government iraqi forces have moved in positions around the outside of mosul and they include the iraqi army, kurdish fighters, and militia men. the u.s. coalition is also involved in this fight and there are around 6,000 u.s. service members currently here in iraq. over the last few days, we've seen video emerging from inside mosul of what appear to be u.s. coalition air strikes. u.s. coalition air strikes inside the city. it's thought that there are between 3,000 and 5,000 isis fighters inside mosul, and that they have laid explosives to protect themselves. for isis, mosul is really the jewel in the crown of its so-called islamic state. and nobody here is expecting this fight to be quick or easy. holly williams, cbs news, just east of mosul.
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holly williams on the front line in iraq. secretary of state john kerry warns that russia and syria's government could face new economic sanctions over the war in syria. air strikes continue in aleppo. weekend cease-fire talks failed to reach an agreement. video shows a child being saved from the rubble of a building yesterday. elizabeth palmer is in aleppo, where she learned about some of the crude weaponry that is causing so much destruction. elizabeth, good morning. >> good morning. the siege of eastern aleppo, which is slowly choking the life out of almost half the city is so painfully drawn out because neither side is strong enough to win decisively, more weak enough to be forced to capitulate. one missile has become a trade mark of the opposition fighters in aleppo. it's deadly, cheap, and homemade. in a neighborhood recently recaptured from the rebels by the syrian army, soldiers who
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didn't want to be identified took us into the basement of a ruined building. everywhere there were piles of parts to build a simple bomb. cooking gas canisters sawn in half were packed with explosives and minuted on crude tail fins. the result isn't pretty but it's unique. it's not filled with explosives, though, right? the rockets were launched, and aimed, sort of, through an ordinary piece of steel pipe. the syrian army, too, has improvised weapons like the by now infamous barrel bombs. but puts crude weapons in the hands of poorly trained and overstretched fighting forces on both sides of this grinding war. and here's what you get. devastation on an epic scale. and stalled front lines. here in southern aleppo it's taken the syrian army three
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months to advance about 800 yards to those white buildings over there. and all around, there's misery for the civilians who are trapped in a war they didn't ask for. and now have no power to end. and the fact that no promise of a cease-fire came out of the talks between the u.s. and russia this weekend is a further blow to people who have lost almost everything. norah? >> elizabeth palmer reporting from inside syria. thank you. the pacific northwest is cleaning up this morning from a series of damaging storms. in oregon 80-mile-per-hour winds whipped the coast. heavy rain flooded streets and highways. tornadoes and falling trees ripped homes apart and knocked out power to thousands. but the storms were not as bad as some forecasts had predicted. a famed black bear who walked on his hind legs were reportedly killed during a legal hunt. ahead the outcry of the apparent death of petals. the bear and how several people tried to protect him.
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but first it good morning. the doppler radar shows that we have no rainfall right now. mostly cloudy skies. we have gray skies. no rain at this time. maybe a stray shower in the forecast. mostly cloudy skies. a bit of a breeze. we are in the 50s. later today, from the 50s, to the 60s. and the low 70s. warmer tomorrow.
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moments a suspect walked up to a s.. and reportedly good morning. it is 7:26 a.m. new surveillance video shows the moments a suspect walks up to a starbucks and reportedly pointed a rifle at officers. this happened last night in vallejo. police say they shot the man. he is in critical condition. jury selection begins today for the man charged with killing lamar. garcia tourists pleaded not guilty to killing the 15-year- old that vanished on the way to school in 2012. the body was never found. next on cbs this morning, tough times for the clinton campaigns as more e-mails are released from wikileaks. the latest from washington. stay with us. the weather in a moment. ,,
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let's start with the ultimate pass coming up 205. extremely slow. due to an earlier crash along west on 580. and an advisory to keep in mind. let's go to the dublin interchange. west on 580 -- after the split, i two car crash blocking the two lanes. we do have crews trying to clear that out for you now. a slow commute along the san mateo bridge. 880 over to 101 will take 32 minutes. in morning everybody. it looks like the wind around the bay is beginning to relax. out of the west later today at 10-20. this is a camera ticking at the tower. doing some construction work on the roadways there. temperatures, 50 in santa rosa. fifty-seven in livermore. san francisco, 58. a mild start. showers possible. for the most part, most of it
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record rate for high school graduations nationwide. more than 83% of america's
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public school seniors received diplomas in 2016. president obama will highlight the results today in a speech at a washington, d.c. school. "wall street journal" says batteries used in sam sung's recalled galaxy note 7 phones were tested in their own lab. samsung says the all about results have no problems with the phone. samsung is the only manufacturer to self-test the batteries. other cell phone makers use third-party labs. the phone is banned on you will u.s. flights due to the hazard. "time" says that more than 170 countries in rwanda agreed to reduce hydrocarbons in air conditio conditioners and refrigerators. secretary of state kerry said
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it's the most important step we could take to the warming of our planet. britain says 21 nigerian girls met with their parents after freed by kidnappers. the girls were released by boko haram group. they were seized more than two years ago. the government says it's now negotiating for the release of nearly 200 girls who are still kidnapped. so happy to see they are back and now let's get the rest of them. "the new york times" says hillary clinton's inner circle built a web of private and personal interest in haiti when she was secretary of state. cheryl mills helped a south korean garment maker open a factory in haiti and the founder is a clinton foundation owner. julianna goldman shows what the newest documents from wikileaks
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reveal about clinton and her team. >> reporter: good morning. the release of these apparent e-mails which cbs has not independently verified, continues to expose opaque aspects of hillary clinton's
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thought they knew about hillary clinton. >> reporter: the apparent e-mails highlight the number of people surrounding the clinton's vying for influence and also infighting, including a scathing criticism of sidney bloomen that is all from john podesta himself. tim kaine said we can't assume
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the e-mails from wikileaks is accurate and latest indication that russia is trying to destabilize the election. a service man in the u.s. navy faces charges hf ace pickup flew off a san diego bridge and killed four people in a park below. the driver and eight people on the ground were hurt. witness video captured the pickup flipped on its side as people rushed to help. richard anthony sopolio is charged with manslaughter and dui. 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick started his first nfl game since he started his national anthem pro test. you hear the fans booing there in buffalo, new york, yesterday, on kaepernick's first play. befoe the game, he kneeled with two san francisco teammates during the national anthem. outside the stadium, some protesters kneeled in solidarity
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and others raised their 50s but some fans inside were less supportive. one reportedly threw a bottle at kaepernick who wore a t-shirt showing muhammad ali before and after the game. ed he didn't even notice the bottle. >> if they did, they didn't have very good aim. but, you know, i had some bills fans before the game come up and say they support me but, you know, at the end of the day, i'm going to continue to fight for what i'm fighting for. >> kaepernick struggled on the field and the bills trounced the 49ers 45-16. a black bear that became famous for walking on its hind legs has apparently been killed by a hunter. ahead the state officials defend the killing of black bears in their habitat. take us with you on the go. subscribe to our new "cbs this morning" podcast. you'll get the news of the day and extended interviews and podcast originals.
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there is growing outrage this morning over the apparent killing of a famed black bear in new jersey. the bear known as pedals became famous for walking on its hind legs. fans believe the animal was killed last week by a hunter with a bow and an arrow during a legal hunt. the state allowed the hunting for six days to help deal with the growing bear population. jamie yuccas is in oak ridge, new jersey, where the bear was often spotted just walking around the neighborhood. >> reporter: good morning, gayle. pedals was a frequent visitor to this neighborhood for years but quickly gained a devoted following beyond new jersey. that means when people learned of his apparent death, they were crushed. >> he looks like he is missing the front paw. >> reporter: for years, pedals
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the bear became somewhat of a celebrity in northern new jersey. >> that is a bipedaled bear. >> reporter: pedals got his name from walking on two feet apparently from injuries to both front paws and frequently be seen roaming the new jersey suburbs but fans were devastated to hear about his death. >> to the immediate area, he was like a mascot, you know? they loved him. >> reporter: lisa rose first broke the news on social media. how were you able to confirm it? >> well, we have made a lot of friend. a couple of hunting buddies of ours. you know? they were friends. they were hunters and one of them was in line with this bear and, you know, he told -- stomach.
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horrible. >> reporter: why? >> he is an innocent bear and minding his own business and searching for food. >> reporter: 500 bears were killed in the recent new jersey black hunt and they say is necessary in controlling the state's bear population. estimated at 3,000 bears. >> it just takes one person that doesn't care if he alive or dead or that thinks that it would be funny to kill an icon. it's just not. >> reporter: fans of pedals had raised more than $20,000 to build a special enclosure at a wildlife sanctuary. wildlife officials tell us that they will release photos of an injured bear that was killed early this week. but without any dna samples, it may be impossible to know that the bear
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mostly cloudy skies across the area. doppler radar picking up nothing. no rain right now. carry an umbrella to be on the safe side. for the most part, cloudy skies.
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good morningment happy monday. time now 7:57. if you're heading out, i'm glad i caught you. there's a lot going on right now. 238 to 80, the maize will take you 40 minutes and that will do to a high speed crash on south bound 5. a lot of traffic because of the crash still blocking the left lane. let's head to westbound 80. a two car crash slowing down but it is a very slow commute all the way through burkely. here's a look at the toll plaza. it will take you 24 minutes. >> thanks. good morning everybody. a bit hazy as we take a view out from the city of san francisco across the bay towards oakland. mostly cloudy skies today. all the activity nows moving east. temperature wise 51 degrees and very early hour temperatures high 50s in san francisco. clouds in the 60s and low 70s below average for this date. we will see more mild
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♪,,,,,,, good morning to our viewers in the west. it is monday, october 17th, 2016. welcome back to "cbs this morning." there is more real news ahead including donald trump's campaign impact on the travel industry. peter greenberg shows us who how trump's rhetoric could affect his businesses including a new hotel near the white house. but first, here's today's eye opener at 8:00. fighters are trying to retake the main road into mosul, which is in that direction. >> donald trump once ran as the strong man in this race. now he's the victim, he said, on all sides. >> the swing among women has been so pronounced that clinton is gaining even on republican women.
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>> release of the apparent e-mails continues to expose the opaque aspects of hillary clinton's campaign, including with how it dealt with issues that made her most vulnerable as a candidate. >> are you expecting any surprises? >> you know, if we said you shouldn't expect surprises this year we would have been wrong every turn, right? so, yeah, i mean, by definition i don't know what they are. >> 33 yards to win the game. which he does. what a comeback. what a dispiriting loss for the colts. >> just watch gary johnson respond after it is brought up. >> just -- it is horrible. why would you even say that? >> okay, gary, just relax a little bit. you already undercut your credentials as a serious candidate by wearing a yellow tie with jeans. come on, gary. you're running for president, not officiating pikachu's beach wedding.
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i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. the firebombing of a north carolina republican office is being called political terrorism by local party leaders. pictures show how the building was heavily damaged by fire overnight saturday. the atf and the fbi have joined local police in the investigation. no one was hurt. hillary clinton condemned the attack calling it horrific and unacceptable. no suspect has been identified. donald trump tweeted, quote, animals representing hillary clinton and dems in north carolina just firebombed our office in orange county because we are winning. donald trump insists the campaign is stacked against him. >> hillary is running for president in what looks like to many people a totally rigged election. >> on twitter, trump blamed the media and hillary clinton and brought up tampering at the polls. this morning trump tweeted, quote, of course there is large scale voter fraud happening on and before election day. why do republican leaders deny
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what is going on? so naive, exclamation point. house speaker paul ryan's office said in a statement, our democracy relies on confidence in election results and the speaker is fully confident the states will carry out this election with integrity. this year the brennan center for justice reviewed elections that had been, quote, meticulous studied for voter fraud and found incident rates betwe between .00004% and .00009%. the report said it is more likely that an american will be struck by lightning than that he or she will impersonate another voter at the polls. >> that means it is very low, huh? .000000. >> i had to make sure i got all the zeros in. 00000. >> you got it. you got it. >> not likely to happen. the fbi is giving the congressional committee more
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details from the private e-mail servers as secretary of state. he disputed the classification level on one of clinton's benghazi related e-mails. >> in a reply, the fbi official asked and chaffetz says the documents indicate a trade but in a statement, the fbi says it investigated the classification of the e-mail was not changed quo. the latest cbs news battleground tracker shows hillary clinton is now six points ahead of donald trump in the 13 battleground states. cbs news elections director anthony salvanto is here at the table to discuss. hello, anthony. >> how are you? >> i'm really good. what do you attribute to trump, the "access hollywood" tape had a lot to do with the jump? >> you see a swing in the women's vote. we had hillary clinton up by five points among women a month
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ago, now that is 15 points. that's a huge swing. so it is really her whole lead now is attributable to that movement among women and if you look at the number who say that they feel donald trump does not respect women, that is 7 in 10. coming out of the case, it does appear like -- >> is this the largest gender divide we have ever seen? >> once you start to get into double digits, start to see she's at 53 here, you get to 55, 56%, then, yes, you are headed for an historic gender divide. >> the gender gap was 20 points in the last election, the largest in history. interesting inside the cbs poll you have six out of ten independents, women, saying they find this tape offensive. so it is an independent women who is shifting as well. >> right, it is independent women, that is exactly right, and republican women too. that is a group donald trump can ill afford to start losing. they dropped, this transcending partisanship a little bit. and among the women who found the tapes offensive, who aren't
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now voting for trump, they said they would not now consider him. that's walid off led off in tha respect. >> has her likability changed? >> it really hasn't. it is in large part a vote against trump. she's having difficulty sill is with the release of these tapes -- the wikileaks and the e-mails, voters are saying majority that they feel she has a different set of views in private than she expresses in public. and so her honest and trustworthy her truth numbers haven't moved, charlie. >> donald trump has a lot of support within the republican party. you look at the headlines in the republican establishment seems to be getting on a lifeboat to desert him. but the numbers show he still has big support, does he not? >> he does. three-quarters of republicans say they want the party to stand behind him, but they're out the primaries his voters have been solid and they haven't much cared what the party establishment has to say. >> isn't it also true, though, he's underperforming mitt romney among republicans? >> yes, oh, yes.
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he needs to get in the mid-90s. with the women who won't consider him, it now looks like it is going to be very, very hard for him to get there. >> anthony, thank you so much. donald trump has mixed business in politics in his run for president. ahead, peter greenberg shows us how some of trump's words on the campaign trail have sent shock waves to the hospitality
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kings o kings of leon's rise to success with songs like you somebody, somebody like you, i love that song, it almost ruined the band. how could that be? ahead, the group's members tell anthony mason how one of the lowest points in their career helped them refocus. wow. you're watching "cbs this morning." we'll be right back. back. eyes open? good. because it's here. cue the confetti.
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and job training and placement initiatives. learn more at yeson64.org vote yes on 64. ♪ donald trump's presidential campaign could have a lasting impact on his businesses. a recent survey by travel weekly found 61% of travel agents have not been recommending trump branded hotels and resorts as much since the billionaire began his run for president. cbs news travel editor peter greenberg is in washington, d.c. with the fallout from trump's rhetoric. good morning.
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>> good morning, charlie. the building behind me is the newest property in the trump travel portfolio, trump international hotel in washington, d.c., right on pennsylvania avenue, housed in the historic post office. blocks from the white house, blocks from the capital, but it may be the one property in the trump business that may be the most vulnerable to consumers voting with their wallet. >> we're building on pennsylvania avenue, the old post office. >> donald trump made it clear from day one of his presidential bid that he would be mixing business and politics. >> we're just opening up on pennsylvania avenue, right next to the white house, so if i don't get there one way, i'm going to get to pence avenue another. >> his new hotel in washington, d.c. is just part of trump's travel portfolio that includes several u.s. hotels, 17 golf clubs, a winery, and a hotel management and licensing business that exports the trump name to exotic locations like panama and waikiki. >> want to keep the exclusivity.
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>> this is the hotel's managing director. >> media attention over the last 12 months, so it is fantastic for me. >> when mexico sends its people -- >> but some of trump's comments throughout the campaign sent shock waves through the hospitality industry. >> they're bringing drugs, they're bringing crime, they're rapists. >> the ceo of apple leisure group removed the trump name and offerings for properties from all brochures and websites. >> one thing is for sure, the trump brand used to be an asset. and now it is a liability. >> and celebrity chef jose andreas and jeffrey zacarian pulled their restaurants. >> arnie weissmann of the industry publication travel weekly said the leaked videotape of trump making lewd comments of women in 2005 may be a tipping point for agents who book
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hotels. >> travel agents are overwhelmingly women. travel decisions are made overwhelmingly by women. we surveyed our readership recently and they said that 50% of their clients are proactively saying don't put me in a trump hotel. >> trump paints a different picture. during a june deposition for one of two lawsuits he filed in reaction to the chefs pulling out of his hotel, he was asked about the impact his presidential bid has had on his business. >> i don't think it had much. one example where it actually has been very positive is in florida, mar-a-lago, the manager told me recently, he said, boy, the best -- it is actually the best year we ever had at mar-a-lago. and i was looking at the numbers, i said, what do you attribute this to? he said the campaign. >> dan alexander says revenues at trump golf courses were all up in the last year. but in other areas, the response has been mixed. >> some of his partners in the middle east who had licensing
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deals with as you can imagine are not very happy with some of his comments. on the flip side, we talked to some of his partners in places like the philippines who say there is more notoriety in asia, that means we can bring in more people, so they're very excited about it. >> all of this original marble, wood work, the moulding. >> the stakes are high at the hotel in washington, d.c. the trump family and their partners have poured a reported $200 million into renovating the old post office. >> this is a very special street. >> into a 263 room luxury hotel. trump's organization also has a nearly $200 million lease for the building with the u.s. government. it runs for 60 years. >> with all the rumors that there are corporation oz or travel companies that are booking away from you guys, have you seen that at all? >> no, because the numbers have been higher than what we have seen in trump hotel. it is always going back to business. >> what you're telling me now, business trumps politics? >> business trumps politics. >> or maybe not? industry insiders tell me trump
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won the bid from the government because he substantially overpaid for the deal. and competitors like hilton and marriott dropped out. in fact, marriott told cbs they actually crunched the numbers and determined based on the trump deal, they couldn't figure out how anybody could make a profit on this. cbs news did reach out to the trump organization for comment, we received none. one final piece of irony here, i'm sure they didn't plan it, but right next to the trump hotel on pennsylvania avenue, the headquarters of the internal revenue service. norah? >> all right, peter. interesting to see what this will have an effect in terms of on his big businesses all around the world. >> i remember when you did that story way back when with ivanka working on the who hotel, looks like it turned out beautifully, but i love the line business trumps politics. we'll see. we will see. >> irresistible to donald trump. >> this is certainly good real estate. rolling stone magazine goes to court today for a defamation lawsuit over an article that prompted a national
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conversation. ahead, the challenge for the plaintiff who claims she was portrayed as the villain in a retracted story about a sexual assault. you're watching "cbs this morning." retracted story about a sexual assault. you're watching "cbs this morning." ♪ ♪ ♪ can you say i love it? ♪ oh love it? ♪ can you say hey? ♪ hey! ♪ that's the spirit! oooooh.♪
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is sued and believes she was cast into the article as a villain. rikki klieman is here. this former dean is now suing for over 7.5 million dollars. what is the case she has? >> her case, like other cases, involving "rolling stone"'s article iii cases. one got tossed. the other one is going to be brought next year by the fraternity that says it was defamed. nicole irma was the dean of students and cast as the villain here and named 31 times in this article and looked at as someone who discouraged this jackie from reporting a rape, that even said that, in essence, the
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university's reputation was more important than jackie's complaint. >> right. the story was she alleged this horrible rape and the school didn't back her up? >> correct. what happened here is this judge has ruled that dean aramo, this plaintiff, is now considered a public figure for a limited purpose. what does that mean in plain english? >> just to back up here. the dean aramo said she did help jackie, right? >> she said she intended to help jackie and did not discourage her, that all of this is false. everything alleged about her is false, that she was sympathetic, that her job was, in fact, to protect alleged sexual assault victims, that she did encourage her to go to the police. but when you are looking to prove defamation, if you're a private person, meaning that no one has ever really heard about you and that you get named in an article, all you have to show is that the publication was negligent in what it said about you.
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here, the judge has ruled that nicole framo is a dean and political -- >> is this like new york versus sullivan? >> exactly correct. new york time verse sullivan the public figure and liability. >> why does she qualify as a public figure? >> because she was the face of the university for sexual assault controversies. in this limited person, she was the person who was put up there and that, therefore, she is the person who has to say they acted with actual malice and they acted knowing or they should have known what they had was -- >> malice? >> the best evidence of the malice is that there was no investigation of this particular allegation at all, including not even looking to the boys who were accused. >> she is still at the school and she is fighting back. >> she is fighting back big time. >> we will see what happens for
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her. the nation's francisco police officer in the head has died. officers were ca good morning. it's 8:25. the men accused of shooting a san francisco police officer in the head has died. the reports of a man making threats. they say they stopped the man when he opened fire. the officer is in kreut cal condition. next on cbs this morning, the grammy winning rack band kings of leon. stay with us. traffic and weather in just a moment. ,,,,,,,,,,
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i'm_ good morning. time now 8:27. all the traffic we've been reporting this morning, we have the delays. the baselines delayed 10 minutes heading into san francisco. caltran. all good. no delays to report. south bay in san jose. north bound 280 after saratoga avenue. it's off to the shoulder but a major damage crash. we have vehicles on the way to try to clear the situation. also moving over to the favorite toll plaza.
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traffic backed up at the main downtown. it will take you 20-25 minutes. back to traffic. >> good morning everybody. no delays reported as sfo. we are rain free at this hour. clear skies over the airport. otherwise mostly cloudy in most areas. temperature wise we're in the 50s. 56 in san jose. numbers stacking up below average. 60s at the beaches. 67 degrees and 69 south. pretty similar numbers across the board. highs 60s and low 70s. east out of the bay. good morning to you and discovery bay and high 60s. low 70s in the trivalley. north bay numbers from 65 to the westbound 5 the beaches at 70 in nevada. shower possible in clover dale. 67 degrees and more mild conditions on tuesday. offshore flow begins wednesday to the weekend. ,,,,,,,,,,
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♪,,,,,,,,, we are hearing from the diver who survived this terrifying encounter with a great white shark off mexico. remember this video? we showed it to you last week, how the shark burst into an underwater diving cage and came out on top. minutes later, the diver calmly rose to the surface to a quiet little golf clap. his experience helped him react very quickly. >> honestly, if you see it, everything happened so fast! so don't have time to get frightened. >> i don't know. chan says despite the close call he went back in the cage the next day because he trusted his team that much. wow. that is somebody who really trusts their team! i don't know. i think i would have had time to get very frightened. i'm glad he is okay.
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>> what do they say about one time, two time? >> survival training. >> and you need a new wet suit too! that was a scary thing! >> yeah. they don't have depends under water! >> not yet! welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour, you be so proud, right? >> charlie? don't you just love us? some days, you say i would never have this conversation anywhere else. >> charlie is like, why do i have to sit here? how to get a salon blowout in your own home. ali webb, there she is! ahead her tips and tricks for all types of hair and what she sees for the future of her blowout empire. >> a band on fire. band of three brothers and a cousin, they released a new album. guess who spoke with them. anthony mason. he talked to them about their struggle to handle the intense pressure that has come to success.
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time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. "usa today" reports on a new rule taking effect today that lifts restrictions on cuban cigars. now americans can purchase the items in any country they are sold but they must be solely for personal consumption. online purchasers in rnot allowed. >> britain's financial times says donald trump's son-in-law has discussed a possible trump tv network after the election. jared kushner, approached another company. the conversation was reportedly brief and has not progressed since then. the financial times says they may be thinking how to capitalize the plort of trump's campaign if he loses the election. in the past, trump has denied that he wants to start his own tv channel. the "orlando sentinel"
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reports on a dramatic i couldn't of a man from a burning car. bystanders formed a human chain in palm bay to pull out the trapped driver. another vehicle. at least six people linked arms to drag this man up an embankment. he was pulled out just before the flames took over his car. the driver tackle parking offense. the barnicle clamps over a car's windshield so offends cannot see where they are going unlike the wheel clamp boot. it can be installed with less danger from traffic and alarm
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sound that tries when someone drives by leaning out the side window. >> we learn something new here every day. >> drybar is the largest blow dry hair chain in the nation and found ali webb opened the first one in 2010. no cuts, no color, just blowouts. its locations give more than 1 million blowouts a year! the company is now sxanexpanded 66 salons in six states and one in vancouver, canada. she shares her tips for getting the perfect blowout at home and we are pleased that ali has decided to come back to the table. ⌞> thanks for having me. >> you say tips at home. i personally don't believe people even if they read the book can do and this hot me, do you? >> it's not as good as drybar.
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i felt compelled to do a book about the burning questions that women have. it's not replacing getting a full blowout by a profession or drybar. it gives you tips and tricks and you know we struggle with everything. there is something in there i never knew you could section your hair. >> you say men don't get it but all women get it. doesn't matter how good you look, if you have great shoes and makeup and dress and if your hair didn't look good, it ruins the look. >> how many people come for this? >> like a lot of men and my brother thaw it was for events. women come on monday and tuesday and don't have to worry about it a couple of days. they come all day, all night. we are open seven days a week and we never close and we are busy all the time. >> you're open seven days a week? >> yes. >> "forbes" estimates that
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drybar is on track to make $1 million in revenue. first, is that correct? >> yes. >> things are looking good. yes. >> talk about how your family said don't brag about money. you should say yes, we are doing great! >> well, you know. >> more significantly over what you did last year? >> yes. the business is really, really growing. i think that -- we did tap into this area that really was very on tap which is why we opened drybar because two bad choice in the marketplace and now the book and we have a full product line. really just -- so much growth and opportunity. >> this is what somebody said about drybar. i haven't been there but i know you do black women too. we should point that out. right when your walk in you're greeted friendly by someone at the fronts desk and offer you tea and champagne and all of the stylist are fun and quirky and not like a is notty and stuffy atmosphere like some other
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salons. >> that is amazing. i've worked in salons and i know what feels like and it's competitive and cut throat. dryb >> you wanted experience. >> i wanted it to feel high-end but women to come in and feel like people were nice to them and treated them well. my parents had their own business growing up. so my brother and i grew up in that steatmosphere. you bend over backwards to make the customer feel great. >> you went to beauty school to learn how to do it? >> i did. i went to beauty school -- >> you're not allowing the rest of us to get any questions in. >> i'm fascinated by this! okay, jump in. >> i think that what you were ahead of, which is the mobile beauty business or the on-demand beauty business. >> that's how i started. >> right. how do you see that as a growth industry when people are looking at this investors and others in terms of the change in which the way people are spending money on beautiy and on-demand beauty? >> i think there is that
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on-demand and how i started a mobile blow dry business. over the years we have offered mobile as well but it's like women love to come in and goat out of their house an hour and you come in and get out of the the house. >> an escape. >> it is. >> what does the experience cost them? >> it's $45. most hair salons will up-charge you for curls, flat iron. it's like even if your hair is down to your butt, it's still the same price. >> i have one more thing to say. because you don't have people look in a mirror which i think is interesting. they are looking at tvs because you want the big reveal. i want to see what is happening while somebody is doing their hair in case i have some suggestions. >> you can. we can turn you around. but the idea was -- that really came from my mobile business because i was doing women's hair in their living room. so they didn't have a mirror. what would happen after i was done and i had it to the point i wanted them to see it and not
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tell me what to do, they would run into the bathroom and there was this big, like oh, my god! then that is what we try to re-create in drybar. >> your new book is here. >> anything else, gayle? >> no, i'm done. i'm done. >> we have fun here, can you tell. >> i like it. >> her new book "the drybar guide for all" is sale tomorrow. a crisis for a band early in their career. >> you said you didn't like the name. did they have another name for you? >> they wanted us to be the follow-up brothers. >> you put your foot down and said no way? >> we said we are going to be the king band of leons and they said that is the worst name ever! yo
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♪ ♪ you know i could use somebody someone like you ♪ >> reporter: kings of leon has won three grammy awards, including record of the year back in 2010 for that hit song you just heard. now the song is back at the top of the charts. the band released a new album called "walls" on friday and
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it's already number one on itunes this morning! this is the first release in three years from the southern rock sensation. the band became a household name with hits like "sex on fire" and "radioactive." anthony mason visited the band members in nashville. >> one of the successful rock acts of the past decades, kings of leon was on top of the world in 2011 when everything seemed to unravel. now with their seventh album "walls" the kings are trying to regain their crown. ♪ >> reporter: in search of a new sound, kings of leon recorded their latest album with a new producer in a new city. you wanted to go somewhere different. why? >> we just felt like there was a spark there that we needed to try to rekindle.
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♪ ♪ your sex is on fire." >> reporter: kings of leon caught fire behind their hit "sex on fire" in 2008 is a family band. the three follow brothers, lead singer caleb and naij nathan on drums and jared on bass and leon on guitar. where did your first love of music come from? >> our dad was a traveling minister so church music was a part of our lives, caleb and i. >> reporter: he and caleb were signed to a recording deal in 2002. they wanted to name themselves for their grandfather leon but their manager had a different idea. >> we said we are going to be kings of leon and they said that is the worst band name ever. they said you're sabotaging your career! we were like, wait until we drop
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the bomb about our cousin and little brother gentleman they brought in then 15-year-old jared and 17-year-old matthew. >> they were, like, do they play? and we said, we just bought jared a bass today. he is learning. and they said, well, what about moout? i said, well, he played a thin lizzie song over the phone from mississippi, sounded pretty good, so. >> reporter: the kings of leon grew up quickly. >> jared and matt basically became men. like, on the road while we were touring. >> nathan still tries to order for us at dinner and stuff like that. >> there is a point when the younger brother fights back and did that change the balance of the band? >> we started pretty early on. you know, things would come to a vote, which i still don't like that. >> reporter: you don't like votes? >> no. >> reporter: the band broke first in britain where their third album, because of the times, climbed at number one and
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kid started mimicking their look. >> i went into a bar one night and someone came up to me, what are you, somebody kings of leon want to be? i said like, yes, yes, i am. it was crazy. we would leave london having played sold-out shows and, like, getting recognized at the airport, and then we would get home and our mom would be there to pick us up! ♪ someone like you >> reporter: but their fourth album would break them worldwide. only by the night sold more than 8 million copies. but success brought greater pressure. and some fans accused them of selling out. >> even though you try not to read all of that stuff, you start to hear it and it starts to kind of weigh on you a little bit. >> reporter: in 2011, caleb, notoriously walked off stage in the middle of a concert and didn't come back.
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the kings cancelled the rest of their u.s. tour. mentally, where were you? >> ready for a break. >> exhausted. >> unemployed. >> frazzled. >> if we hadn't done that, i don't think we would be talking about our seventh album right now, you know? >> reporter: is it easier to get through that when you guys are all family? >> family. it's a double-edged sword. like you fight a lot easier but you get over it a lot easier, too. ♪ when the walls come down when the walls come down ♪ >> reporter: the music press is already calling this the kings comeback year. >> i think we might have lost sight of why we wanted to be in the band in the first place and play music. and i think that we just got that back.
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>> reporter: that new single waste a moment just hit number one on billboard's adult alternative chart and first time on that chart they have done that in nearly six years. on the rebound. >> that is awesome. >> i like caleb's mumbling. >> reporter: if you're an interviewer, you don't like that so much. >> i like the way he sings. but in this latest album, it's different. >> reporter: he has one of the greatest voices in rock 'n' roll. >> no king of leon wanted to be there. >> you're watching "cbs this morning." we will be right back. you're going to have a deportation force. we're rounding 'em up in a very humane way, in a very nice way. we're going to build a wall. that's not america. we're all californians.
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impact in my life. with murderi erra lamar. f0 good morning. it's 8:55. jury selection begins today for the man charged with murdering a margin hill teen. and he pleaded not beltway the to killing the 15-year-old in 01. her body has never been found. today marks 27 years since the 7.1 earthquake. patrol officials will be in san francisco today to discuss the potential impact of another devastating earthquake. search teams will be back out again today looking for a missing plane. the plane was headed from sacramento to idaho yesterday when it vanished near the south shore of lake at that low. and here -- lake tahoe. and here's the forecast. >> the winds have subsided and looking at partly to mostly
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cloudy skies. blue skies out there. currently our temperatures have been holding steady into the 50s. the mid-50s throughout the rose garden district to san jose. later today, numbers similar across the board through the bay into the inland areas. pretty much into the 60s and low 70s. upper 60s many margin hill. east bay numbers from the high 60s to the low 70s. west wind at 5 to 10 miles per hour at the beach. and high 60s to the north. a stray shower is possible but drying out. and warmer conditions by the end of the work week. now traffic next.
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good morning. time now 8:58. happy monday from a very slow commute throughout the bay area. let's talk now, southbound 880, before highway 237, a solo car crash but blocking lanes and causing slow traffic all the way down into 237 here. traffic is backed up currently. and moving over to mass transit, pittsburgh bay point lines to san francisco are delayed 10 minutes right now. and otherwise, the mass transit looking good throughout the area. the bay bridge teleplay san, on a better note, to downtown, 15 to 20 minutes. that traffic not even backed up. have a great day and see you at noon.
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