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york city. i'm do i'm don dahler. captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, november 8th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." president trump touches down in china this morning, but before he left south korea, he had a warning for north korea's leader. >> america does not seek conflict or confrontation, but we will never run from it. ♪ winning in the trump era. democrats score decisive victories in governors' races in virginia and new jersey. the democratic party hope
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these wins are just the beginning. missed warning signs. new details about the texas church shooter's troubled past. and twitter is expanding. forget the cap limit of 140 characters. it's now double. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. president trump is in china this morning where trade tops the agenda. the president begins a two-day visit amid growing complaints in the u.s. over chinese business practices. the president will also discuss north korea with chinese leaders. he'll ask them to cut financial ties with pyongyang. and before leaving south korea, mr. trump had a message for north korean leader kim jong-un. >> the weapons you are acquiring are not making you safer. they're putting your regime in grave danger. every step you take down this
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dark path increases the peril you face. north korea is not the paradise your grandfather envisioned. it is a hell that no person deserves. >> the president speaking to south korean lawmakers said the u.s. will not be intimidated but offered a diplomatic solution if the north would end its nuclear program. now to domestic politics and decisive democratic wins that the democratic party hopes is a precursor to next year's mid-term elections. we begin with the closely watched virginia race. ralph northam easily defeated ed gillespie. his victory was due in part to anti-trump sentiment. >> today virginians have answered and spoken, virginia has told us, to begin
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to end the divisiveness, that we will not condone the hatred and bigotry and to end the politics that have torn this country apart. >> democrats swept all three of virginia's statewide races and wiped out the republicans' overwhelming majority in the state legislature. and new jersey elected former wall street executive phil murphy as its new governor. murphy easily defeated his republican opponent chris christie. murphy mentioned president trump by name in his victory speech and made it clear voters sent a message to washington. >> we will stand firm to new jersey's values and push back at the mean winds blowing at us from washington, d.c. >> murphy has no experience as an elected official. he made his fortune at goldman sachs before serving as an ambassador to germany in the obama administration.
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and back to virginia now where the first openly transgender person was elected the a seat in the state legislature anywhere in the united states. democrat danica rome, a former journalistist lead one of the longest serving lawmakers. rome focused laws, schools, and traffic congestion. her opponent sponsored a bill which restricted which bathrooms she could use. voters in maine expand medicare. they join 31 states that have expanded medicare. just released records now that a gunman who opened fire at a texas church had an extensive history of mental illness. five years ago devin kelley escaped from a mental facility.
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hena doba is here in new york. good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. his escape from the mental facility is not the only thing we're learning about that should have raised red flags. he made death threats against his command and was cour court-marshaled. >> i wish i hadn't taken her that date. >> she's talking about her 16-year-old daughter haley, one of the victims of sunday's church shootings in texas. as more information emerges, so, too, do more questions about how he was able to legally get his hands on gun. in 2012 the civilian escaped from a civilian mental health center where he had been placed by the air force for treatment. from the el paso police department that same year he was scribed as a, quote, danger to himself and other. police said he was attempting to carry out death threats he had
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made on his military command. a few months later he was court-martialed. that was never entered into the database that would have prevented him from buying weapons. >> it's pretty clear the check list we used was not followed by the local office and his fingerprints should have been put into the database, and they were not. >> two senators tuesday, one democrat and one republican, closed a loophole allowing that to happen. >> i think the legislation creates a procedure and clear lines of authority and oversight to fix that problem. >> the pentagon's inspector general is also reviewing the lapsed reports that the pentagon knew for at least two decades about failures to give military criminal information to fbi. >> investigators say the fbi is trying to get into the shooter's cell phone but have yet to access it. they won't say what type of phone it is. anne-marie. >> hena doba here in new york. thank you, hena. ahead on "cbs this morning,"
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norah o'donnell talks with veterans affairs secretary david shulkin about whether there was anything that could have been done to help devin kelley. former pitcher roy halladay loved baseball and had a passion for flying. it seems the latter caused him his life. he was killed yesterday when the small plane he was flying crashed into the gulf of mexico. the plane was made for inexperienced pilots like halladay, and he was one of the first to fly it. don dahler has more. >> reporter: roy halladay's single-engine aircraft went down in the gulf coast around noon. there was no mayday call and the plane was found in about six feet of water. >> we know roy is a person, a caring husband who loved his wife randi. he loved his two boys tremendously. >> reporter: halladay was a relatively new but avid pilot, often posting pictures on social media of his icon a-5 small amphibious sports plane.
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before retiring from baseball four years ago halladay was known as a dominant pitcher. the two-time cy young pitcher threw a perfect game during the 2010 season and a no-hitter in the postseason that same year. in his 16-year career with the toronto blue jays and philadelphia phillies, he was an eight-time all-star. >> he's a tremendous person that is going to be missed. a lot of us grew up watching roy halladay play. i was fortunate enough to be able to sit in the dugout and share a locker with him during some of the best years i had. >> reporter: during his press conference roy halladay talked about how much baseball meant to him. >> baseball has given us a lot. it was a tremendous run, a tremendous experience, something i'll never forget. >> reporter: philadelphia phillies released this statement. there are no words to express the loss the entire phillies
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family is feeling. roy halladay was 40 years old. don dahler, cbs news, new york. coming up on the "morning news," new information on the surveillance of the kidnapped mom sherri papini. and three ucla basketball players could face jail time in china. this is the "cbs morning news." t those digestive issues. take phillips' colon health probiotic caps daily with three types of good bacteria. 400 likes? wow! try phillips' colon health. wiback like it could used to? neutrogena hydro boost water gel. with hyaluronic acid it plumps skin cells with intense hydration and locks it in. for supple, hydrated skin. hydro boost. from neutrogena there'that only uses 100% american oranges.and simply orange and tropicana ship in juice from overseas. only florida's natural grows all of our oranges in florida. great taste. naturally.
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the "morning news." the "sacramento bee" reports they have released new video in the case of a mother who disappeared for three weeks last year. the grainy video shows sherri papini on the morning she reappeared last november. she's seen walking in the town of yolo and running in the opposite direction of the highway. she said she was held captive by two mexican women. the suspects are still being sought. two basketball teammates could face jail time after being arrested in china. the three players were arrested yesterday for allegedly shoplifting from a louis vuitton store next to the hotel where the team is staying. they're in china to play a game against georgia tech on friday. "the new york times" looks at a report that says harvey weinstein tried to stop the public allegations against him. the disgraced movie mogul
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reportedly hired investigators to trail women who accused him of mistreatment including actress rose gowan. and the "los angeles times" reports on the death of apollo 12 astronaut richard gordon. he stayed inside while the two other astronauts walked on the moon. gordon is one of a dozen men who flew around the moon but didn't land on the surface. he died monday at his home in california. richard gordon was 88. still ahead, room to tweet. the microblogging website twitter is giving more users more characters for their messages. giving more characters for its messages. weekends are my time. i need an insulin that fits my schedule. ♪ tresiba® ready ♪ (announcer) tresiba® is used to control high blood sugar in adults with diabetes. don't use tresiba® to treat diabetic ketoacidosis, during episodes of low blood sugar, or if you are allergic to any of its ingredients. don't share needles or insulin pens. don't reuse needles. the most common side effect is low blood sugar, which may cause dizziness, sweating, confusion, and headac.. check your blood sugar.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. a copy of the oldest known map to use the word "america" is being auctioned off. the two-dimensional globe was created in 1507 by a german cartographer. it's dubbed america's birth certificate because it gave america its name. the map will be up for sale in london next month, and it could fetch more than a million dollars. >> on the "cbs moneywatch," twitter lets yo go long and self-driving cars cut out human drivers. diane king hall is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, diane. good morning, anne-marie. well, here on wall street bank stocks suffered their worst
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loss in months as interest rates slipped. on the flip side household goods, utilities and others performed better than the rest of the market. in the end the dow gained 8 points, the s&p 500 fell where it started with the nasdaq fell 18 points. waymo is testing self-driving cars on back roads without a driver. the only person in the chrysler minivan is an employee in the back seat. the passenger can't drive it but can stop it. waymo say it plans to apply the technology to a self-driving ride service. mean teem uber voted on new guidelines regarding government culture. it follows sexual harassment allegations. the new rules include mantras like we do the right thing and
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we celebrate differences. and twitter is expanding. twitterers will now have twice the room to share their thoughts at 280 characters. the move comes after months of trying out longer tweets. not everyone is happy. they say it doesn't bring the same focus to tweets. anne-marie? >> all i ask is that people use it for good and not evil. >> thank you. and trolls. >> oh, my goodness. hopefully that doesn't give them more room. >> you know. >> precisely or extra room for emojis. maybe it will improve everyone's grammar as well. >> indeed. >> diane king hall at the new york stock exchange. thank you so much, diane. >> all right. ahead, a shred of evidence. the nba jerseys are falling apart, but nike promises a quick fix. lyrica is believed to calm these nerves. i'm glad my doctor prescribed lyrica. for some, lyrica delivers effective relief
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join us for kpix 5 news this morning... beginning at 4:30. good morning. it's wednesday, november 8th. here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country.
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nike is vowing to fix and redesign its new nba jerseys because they're ripping. after a long-standing contract with adidas, the league chose nike to produce this year's official team jerseys, but they rip easy. at one time lebron james jersey ripped right down the middle. nikes deal is for eight years and $1 billion. four college basketball assistant coaches face bribery charges this morning after being indicted by a federal grand jury. they're accused of using bribes to influence star athletes on their choice of school, shoe sponsors, and agents. the four coaches are chuck person of auburn, imemmanuel richardson of arizona, tony bland of usc, and lamont evans of oklahoma state. six other people have also been charged. a judge says it's okay for a massachusetts museum to sell 40 works of art including two paintings by norman rockwell.
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the berkshire museum wants to auction off the pieces because it says it's facing tough times. the two rockwell paintings were actually donated to the m by the artist itself. from our phones and computers to our lights, we're constantly bombarded with but light, but as dr. malcolm marshal tells us it affects us falling asleep. >> it's become regular routine. >> reporter: his television, tablet, and computer are set up so he sees warmer colors from dusk to dawn and so is the lighting in his home. he's trying to block blue light from electronic and energy-efficient light bulbs at night. >> it helps me get more ready for sleep as a sleep patient and get to sleep a lot easier.
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>> reporter: dr. charles czeisler has been studying blue light for years. he said it throws off the biological clock and suppresses the sleep hormone melatonin. >> we found studies that show if we read from an ipad in the few hours before bedtime, that that resets our circadian clock by about an hour later. >> reporter: and there's studies that show blue light may affect sleep. >> shifting our circadian has increased various kinds of cancer. it includes colorectal cancer, colon cancer, and breast cancer. >> reporter: his best advice. if you work nights or use a lot of devices at nights, use apps or settings like edward does. most importantly avoid bright screens two to three hours before bed. >> on the nights where i'm really compliant, yes, it does help significantly. on the nights where you're not compliant, you really can feel it. >> reporter: that's why edwards chooses to pick up an actual book before bed.
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our top stories this morning, president trump arrived in china this morning where trade and north korea top the agenda. before leaving south korea, mr. trump warned the north that its nuclear weapons program is putting it in grave danger and that the u.s. will not be intimidated, but mr. trump offered a diplomatic solution if north korea ended its nuclear weapons program. >> and democratic gubernatorial candidates in new jersey and virginia scored big wins. in virginia ralph northam defeated ed gillespie. in new jersey, phil murphy easily won the race to succeed
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chris christie. some see the races as a way to rebuke president trump. as new details about the gunman and church massacre, they're looking for clues to help prevent the next attack. jeff pegues reports. >> reporter: police in hamilton, ohio, training for the next active shooter situation. >> 171 to 384. >> reporter: columbine, aurora, colorado, newtown, and las vegas have all taught investigators that it's important to move fast, but they've also learned it's difficult to predict who will be the next shooter. don manger is the president of the police chiefs association. >> we have yet to find this check list of red flags or indicators that is really, i think, detailed enough and sophisticated enough for us to say, okay, we need to worry about, you know, this individual because he meets, you know, so many of these criteria. >> reporter: most active shooter situations occur in less than
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five minutes. fbi reports 70% of the time they happen in the business or educational environmental and with less frequency open spaces, government properties, and houses of worship. former fbi agent katherine schweit says the key to it is recognizing the warning signs. >> they get fixated on something. that's one idea. whether it's anger over a spouse or anger over an employer or political situation. it grows and it strengthens. >> reporter: as much as police try to adapt their tactics, they know there's a limit to where they can stop. >> if there was a way to limit it, there would be a way to stop that. >> because these acts often form over a period of time before the police arrive on the scene, law
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enforcement officials emphasize it's important to be aware of your surroundings and pay attention to where e are. jeff pegues, cbs news, washington. . coming p on "cbs this morning," the co-founders of the popular clothing retailers lularoe are speaking out about great lakess that the company is a pyramid. [ screaming ] . plus dan reynolds, the front man of the rock group imagine dragon opens up to lee cowan about his battle with depression. that's the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday, thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
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it's wednesday, november 8th. i'm kenny choi. a live look outside. calm conditions, you can see the light reflecting off the water from the bay bridge. good morning, it is wednesday,
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november 8th. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. let's say good morning to jaclyn and julie watts who is joining us. >> good morning. >> good morning, guys. >> so fun to be here hanging out with you. >> glad you're here. >> first time post-baby. we're all having babies. >> kenny is learning a lot. >> second one is on the way, coming soon. >> how's it going so far? >> good. it's a fun day to be back. it's like our first real rain day, so lucky me. we have some action on doppler this morning which we'll be looking at throughout the morning. here's a live look at the bay bridge. we'll see showers increasing north to south. we're off to a mild start this morning. temperatures in the 40s for concord and livermore. more mild in san francisco, san jose, in the mid-50s. 44 in santa rosa right now. cloudy and mild, rain returns today, unsettled through thursday, even the first part of friday. futurecast shows showers

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