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this wednesday, be sure to check back with us a little later for back with us a little later for the morning captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, november 2nd. six days until the presidential lex. this is the "cbs morning news." a shifting lead in the latest national poll means a shift in tone and strategy from hillary clinton, looking for every last vote in crucial battleground states. >> i am sick and tired of the negative, dark, divisive, dangerous vision and behavior of people who support donald trump. with clinton's camp spending more money in ads in states she
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should be winning, donald trump tries cashing in with an unlikely source. democrats who have already voted for clinton. >> this is a good time to make an important public service announcement. you can change your vote to point. his first lead in a poll since
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may. >> hillary clinton will head to first half and arizona today while donald trump campaigns in the crucial state of florida. the stakes remain high for clinton as she tries to put the focus back 270 electoral votes, trump
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has been campaigning in heavily democratic states. in wisconsin yesterday, he had a message for early voters. >> wisconsin is one of several states where you can change your early ballot. you can change your vote to donald trump. we will make america great again, okay. >> reporter: the trump campaign is spending $25 million in ad buys in several battleground states and clinton's campaign battled with ad buys in virginia, michigan and new mexico. in a surprise move yesterday, the fbi released documented related to former bill clinton's presidential pardon of mark rich
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in 2001. clinton's spokesman called the decision as odd. >> hena daniels in new york, thank you so much, hena. it's reported when fbi director james comey informed congress about the new inquiry that may pertain to hillary clinton's e-mails he not only broke a longstanding policy but one followed as late as this summer. two cases. one involved donald trump's then campagn chairman paul man a forty's secretive business dealings with ukraine and second on hillary clinton's donors to the clinton foundation. he went against not issuing subpoenas so close to the election. a battleground tracking poll look at this. 50% of democrats say it won't affect their vote. 47% of republicans say the same. in southwest ohio, the voters in
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hamilton county have picked the winner of the last four presidential leelections and fo some, the e-mail controversy is part of the equation. >> i lot of the corruption i saw in hillary clinton is coming out in the news right now, and it's a big part of why i'm not willing to support her. >> i couldn't, on good consciousness, vote for donald trump. i just couldn't do it. >> ohio, with its 18 electoral votes, is a key state for both candidates. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk to minnesota senator al franken about the tightening presidential race. overseas now. for the first time in more than two years, iraqi troops have set foot in the city of mosul. iraqi special forces reached the outskirts of the isis-controlled city. the latest push in the now two-week campaign to retake iraq's second largest city. iraqi troops have retaken the state television building but isis fighters are putting up
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stiff resistance and house-to-house fighting to gain full control could take by a s trooper on sunday. the trooper fires his rifle through his windshield. vance was wanted for killing two relatives and shooting three law enforcement officers. eventually, vance gets out of the truck as troopers continue to fire, killing him. the trial of a former south carolina police officer charged in the murder of walter scott, an unarmed black driver, resumes today. cell phone video captured scott being shot and killed last year. officers for officer michael slager want the video kept out of trial. the jury selection was yesterday
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and continues this morning. investigators are now trying to figure out if he suffered some sort of medical emergency. >> reporter: no children on board the bus with a bus that dli collided with another bus. the driver of the school bus died. >> the yellow school bus was going to pick up its first student a few blocks from here to take them on to the elementary. >> reporter: the impact sheared off the side of a bus and scatterering debris all over the road. >> this was a gruesome process of removing bodies. all six people were dead on the scene. >> reporter: investigators say the bus struck the rear of a mustang, then hit a concrete pillar, before veering into oncoming traffic, right into the path of the mts bus. a retired d.c. police officer
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was inside the vehicle the bus first hit. >> i'm bruised and banged up. mentally, it will take a while to get myself together. >> reporter: investigators say it will take a lot of resources to figure out what exactly triggered the crash. a hearing concerning bill cosby's sexual assault trial is expected to resume today in pennsylvania. cosby is charged in a decade-old case involving a former temple university basketball manager. he says the encounter was consensual. cosby's lawyers want the judge to keep a damaging deposition from an old lawsuit out of the trial because cosby agreed to answer questions after being assured he would not be charged. the case is expected to go to trial in june. to quote a great baseball mind, it ain't over until it's over. the chicago cubs have roared back from a 3-1 world eries deficit to force a winner take all game tonight in cleveland. >> addison russell.
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cubs have forced a game seven. >> the cubs crushed the indians 9-3. shortstop addison russell smashed a record and hit a grand slam and brought in six runs. >> obviously, tomorrow an opportunity to break that record. we have been doing this all year. been breaking records and putting new history into history books. >> ton (vo) stank face.
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♪ our house with just weeks left before they move out, the obamas offer a look how they decorated the white house. their interior decorator said simple elegance defined the first family's choices. exclusive photos of their living quarters will be published on election day by architectural digest. glamour names its first man of the year. and the wife of a mass shooter speaks out. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the wife of the orlando nightclub killer tells "the new york times" she was unaware of his plans for the massacre. the interview was the first given by noor salman since omar mateen killed people at the pulse nightclub in orlando. she said mateen secretive and often beat her. the ex-wife of justin harris
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told a georgia jury that she does not think he did it intentionally. she said harris destroyed her life with a secret affair. the ninth child in washington state with a rare illness. one child has died and two of the children had a nerve illness similar to polio called afm. doctors do not know its cause or how to prevent it. "the washington post" reports that the pope thinks that the roman catholic church will never have female priests. the pope commented yesterday to reporters traveling on a plane with him. francis formed a panel earlier this year to study lifting the church ban on female deacons. glamour has named bono as its first-ever man of the year. the magazine says the u2 frontman is an advocate for women and girls. bono has created a campaign to help the world's poorest women called "poverty is sexist." the bbc says a scottish
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brewer is making ale with water from clouds. they say it is rich in minerals. the water was gathered by an airborne device carrying a turbine and condenser. sounds expensive. still to come, passport photo crackdown. why you should movie your glasses for your next picture. and a pilot announces a surprise proposal mid flight. >> she is traveling back to south america now to visit her family. and i want to make sure she comes back to me in australia. is on board and i want to make sure she comes back to me in australia. go, go!
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jamie! you get sneaky-good coverage. thanks. we're gonna live forever! here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. so now that i have your complete attention. anna -- will you marry me? >> a qantsa pilot proposes to his girlfriend during a flight. passengers applauded. she said yes. which is a pretty good thing because it would be a long flight to south africa if she didn't. on the cbs "moneywatch," new passport photo rules and passports arrive early. jill wagner is at the new york
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stock exchange with that and more. the federal reserve is expected to keep interest rates as is when it wraps up a two-day policy meeting today. most analysts expect a rate hike after the election at the december meeting. tightening of the election has investors on edge and stocks finished broadly lower yesterday. the dow lost 105 points and the s&p finished 14 points lower. the nasdaq down 35. you can no longer wear glasses for a passport photo. the new rule applies for renewals and applications for new passports. last year, more than 200,000 applications were photos of poor quality. those applications were on hold. glasses were the biggest problem. uber cut a deal with a car sharing service with general motors. the agreement lets uber drivers can rent gm cars on a weekly basis. it's pretty surprising because in march, gm announced a deal with uber's rival lyft.
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now the uber deal will operate only in san francisco. stubhub wants to find how badly people want to attend tonight's historic world series finale. you can get into progressive field game seven between the cubs and the indians. if you're willing to stand, you'll be out only $1,045 but for a club level seat for all of the food and drinks you want, they are asking for about 50 grand! >> not much of a deal there. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. only 23 days left until black friday but you don't have to wait until the day after thanksgiving to cash in on the holiday sales. deals on amazon, including everything from coats to engagement rings are under way and retailers like walmart, target, and office depot are offering pre-black friday price cuts. still ahead, retrodiet. grains that were eaten long ago, are make ago modern day comeback. we will show you why they have caught on.
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stops service overnight... just as voters get ready to head to the polls to decide -- should they support an issue to help improve the bart system? plus, with just days until the election -- the polls are tightening... as the nominees step up their attacks. and the future for some high school students in the south bay is looking brighter... after the district votes for a different grading policy. join us for kpix 5 news this morning... beginning at 4:30. ,,,,
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. nutritionists are taking a new look at some very old foods. weijia jiang gets a taste of ancient grains. >> we are making a tuscan farro and bean salad. >> reporter: not long ago, anne flannery keith had never heard of farro, but these days, she cooks with it several times a week. >> one cup of water to two cups of farro. >> reporter: farro is one of the ancient grains that haven't been changed over the last several hundred years and packed with nutrients than other grains. >> a lot of them are higher in protein than wheat and have different vitamins and minerals
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and some are a good source of iron, vitamin c, calcium, magnesium. >> reporter: a diet nutritionist alyssa ramsey says others are popping up on restaurant menus and on store shelves, and many are gluten-free making them easier to digest. >> you use them like rice and pasta. you can bulk up stew or soup recipes with the grains as well. some of them do really well going in salads as well. >> reporter: she says the grains are easy to prepare and tasty. good nutrition is her top priority after being diagnosed with melanoma a year and a half ago. >> i've noticed higher energy levels. i feel satisfied. i feel like i've fed my body something healthy and whole. gentleman she hopes reaching back to our agricultural past will help protect her health. weijia jiang, cbs news, washington. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning,"
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the top mistake contact lens wearers make. i'm anne-marie green. and this is the "cbs morning news." lens makers are making. or wearing, rather. i'm anne-marie green. and this is the "cbs morning news." align, press and unzip.
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here is another look at this morning's top story. the race for the white house is tightening. a "the washington post"/abc news national poll shows donald trump leading hillary clinton by one percentage point but other polls indicate clinton maintains a lead in electoral votes. trump is spending the day campaigning in florida, a must win for him. clinton was there yesterday and said trump had been demeaning and degrading to women for the past 30 years. trump promises to get rid of obamacare if he is elected. voters in the battleground state of ohio are being unundated with political ads and phone calls from the clinton and trump campaign.
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mark strassmann voted to two who have had enough of the campaign. >> we will make america great again. >> reporter: in the courtship of ohio. >> helping women is a cause in her life. >> reporter: many voters want a restraining order. on average throughout the state, an ad for trump or clinton runs on local television, every three minutes. >> overwhelming with ads. overwhelming with calls. overwhelming with nonstop political stuff. >> reporter: linda merriam is a registered independent. betty drake is a conservative democrat. if you get up at 7:00 a.m., by what time have you heard your first ad? >> probably, like, 7:03. >> reporter: 7:03? that soon? >> yeah, that soon. >> i'm donald trump. >> i'm hillary clinton. >> reporter: since june, both presidential campaigns have spent more than 32 million dollars on television ads in ohio. and many ohioans have stopped answering the door and the phone. you get calls all day long from numbers you don't recognize?
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>> right. yep. >> reporter: these are robo calls? >> robo calls. >> reporter: and then, right on cue -- this has been going on for a year? [ phone ringing ] what do you think that phone call was? i think it was a robo call. >> reporter: does this kind of blitz work? >> no. >> reporter: professor justin bugler teaches political science at west case university. >> when you see as many ads as ohio voters see, the marginal ad is basically nothing. >> reporter: drake will vote for trump. merriam is undecided. nothing that anybody has said has changed your mind one bit? >> no. >> reporter: it's a lot of noise for nothing. >> it is a lot of noise for nothing. >> reporter: noise that no one here can muffle until next tuesday. mark strassmann, cbs news, cleveland. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a look at the sophisticated
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software program being used by the fbi to scan the latest batch of newly discovered hillary clinton e-mails. plus more on the mystery illness striking children in washington state. and the widow of robin williams, susan snyder williams, joins us in the studio. that is the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. ,,
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s i'm kenny choi. and i'm michelle griego. good morning. you're looking live at the transamerica pyramid in san francisco as we start this morning off. it's wednesday, november 2. i'm
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kenny choi. [ sigh ] >> wednesday already. i'm michelle griego. are we all wake this morning? >> yes, this is the big day! >> because the cubs won last night? >> i'm wearing the navy blue for the cubbies. >> this is not for the cubs. >> yes, it is! >> i don't mind if either one wins. they're lovable winners. >> one of the original people who watched the world series 92 years old was watching. great weather there and great weather there. it's one of the coldest mornings this a tomorrow season. it's cold everywhere this morning. 44 vallejo. 46 in livermore. 48 at the coast. later today warmer under mostly sunny

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