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that's the overnight news for this captioning funded by cbs it's monday, november 13th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." a magnitude 7.3 earthquake rocks the irairan/iraq border and kil hundreds, injuring more than 2,000. president trump meets with filipino president rodrigo duterte and avoids questions about their human rights record. and more and more doctors are saying good-bye to insurance and hello the a new model that's like netflix for your health. 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. well, this morning a search is under way after a powerful earthquake hit iraq and iran last night. more than 300 people in both countries were killed. more than 2,800 people were in injured and most of the injuries were in iran. hena doba is in new york with more. good morning, hena. >> good morning, anne-marie. the 7.3 magnitude quake was centered along the northern border between iran and iraq. magnitude 7 quakes are capable of widespread heavy damage. the worst damage appears to be in the mountains of western iran. at least 14 provinces in iran were affected. the quake was so powerful, it was felt as far west as the mediterranean coast.
most of the victims are in a town ten miles from the border where the main hospital was severely damaged. some villages lost power and communications. now rescue efforts are being hampered by landslides. there is extensive damage on the iraqi side of the border as well. one health minister described the situation as very critical. now, following the main quake, at least 50 aftershocks have been reported. iran sits across major fault lines and is prone to frequent earthquakes. anne-marie. >> hena doba in new york. thank you so much, hena. there was another earthquake near the capital of san jose. at least two serious injuries are reported. power lines were knocked down and rock slides are blocking some roads, but no major structural damage. minutes later a powerful aftershock shook the area. this morning president trump is in the philippines, the last stop on his five-nation tour of
asia. mr. trump wrapped up his tour at the international summit including a meeting with his allies, including the president of the philippines who's overseeing a very controversial bloody war on drugs. steven portnoy reports from manila. >> reporter: protesters gathered in the streets burning signs of president trump while at times clashing with the police using water cannons. those demonstrations held as mr. trump met with world leaders at the southeastern asian summit. among the meetings, a controversial one with the philippines host rodrigo duterte. they say he's behind the killings of thousands of drug dealers and killers and he has duterte tells reporters mr. trump has praised his strategy. >> he said something about you handle it very well. >> the talk of the drug war came
up briefly during the meeting, but mr. trump ignored questions about that. >> we've had a great relationship. it's been very successful. >> reporter: earlier in the day mr. trump met with his counterparts in japan and australia. he said the focus of the meeting was the same as the focus of his entire trip which he'll expound on wednesday at the white house. >> it will be a very complete statement as to trade, north korea, and a lot of other things. >> reporter: he calls it a very fruitful trip. he boasts of sales for u.s. manufacturers. he appears to be countering nonbinding agreements for potential deals along with some signed contracts that had been previously announced. steven portnoy, cbs news, with the president in manila. well, this morning three u.s. aircraft carriers are sailing off the eastern coast of south korea, part of a joint naval exercise described as a warning to north korea. the drill including the "uss ronald reagan," the "nimitz,"
and "theodore roosevelt" began saturday and will last until tomorrow. it's the biggest three-ship drill in more than a decade. and alabama senate candidate roy more refuses to step down. campaigning yesterday roy moore said the story in the "washington post" was a desperate attempt to stop his campaign. on saturday moore said the allegations are not true. >> in a desperate attempt to stop the political campaign of the united states senate, these attacks are completely false and untrue. >> moore calls the allegations fake news and says he plans to sue. the "post" story quoted four women by name and numerous other sources. hundreds marched in hollywood against sexual harassment. >> what do we want? justice! when do we want it? now!
>> me too survivors joined the "take back the workplace" march. some had t-shirts with "me too" emblazoned on the front. some said no more sexual abuse and rape is not a joke. the texas church where 26 people were gunned down opened for the first time since the massacre. it's now a memorial to honor the victims. meanwhile hundreds attended an emotional service one week after the massacre. weijia jiang reports. >> reporter: crowds made their way to sutherland springs over the weekend. a week earlier the town saw the worst massacre. 26 men, women, and children were gunned down at first baptist church. they were remembered in a service held in a tent. >> i know everyone who gave their life that day. some of them were my best friends and my daughter. >> reporter: among those in attendant was texas senator
john cornyn who said he was struck by the resilience the community had shown. >> to see pastor pomeroy and his wife there giving that inspirational talk there and comforting others and he lost his 14-year-old daughter. it's remarkable. >> reporter: the church itself had reopened sunday. the interior has been painted completely wheat, the victims are remembered by 26 chairs each with a single red rose on it. since the shooting people have been gathering at a roadside shrine. on sunday one visitor said he was there to celebrate the living as well as grieve the dead. >> they don't stand alone. something like this can tear one individual up but it doesn't tear up a family. it doesn't tear up the whole. that's why we're here. >> reporter: the victims from the shooting began to be laid to rest this weekend including four
who were buried on sunday. funerals for the rest will take place throughout the week. weijia jiang, cbs news, washington. the memorial crosses for the victims of the las vegas concert shooting have been moved. the crosses were collected yesterday and will be displayed at a museum, part of a permanent collection. 58 people were killed in october when a gunman opened fire on concertgoers. coming up on the "morning news," gymnast aly raisman talks openlying being abused. and the army opening up recruits with health conditions. this is the "cbs morning news." washed his shirt with gain. f and that smell puts the giddy in "giddy-up"!
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senate and house will do with the tax bill. so far the house committee opposed the bill from them. a quick check of markets. for the week, last week the dow lost 115 points, the s&p 500 fell 5 points, the nasdaq ended 14 points lower. uber agrees to a multi-billion dollar investment by the japanese technology company softbank. softbank wants to own at least 14% of the ride-hailing company. it also clears the way for uber to sell stock to the public. an initial ipo is expected before the end of 2019. the first big sale at the dubai air show. emirates announces they're buying 40 american made boeing 787 dreamliners worth over $15 billion and a blow to rival airbus. meanwhile they unveiled private seats.
they'll be fitted with a virtual window. passengers will see the sky outside via an optical camera. anne-marie? it's like a little apartment in the sky and it will probably cost that much too. >> exactly. if you can afford the high life, why not. >> go for it. i'm jealous. diane king hall at the new york stock exchange. thanks a lot, diane. >> all right. still to come, the netflix of health care. we will show you how patients are using subscriptions to see doctors. (grunts of effort) can we do this tomorrow? if you have heart failure symptoms, your risk of hospitalization could increase, making tomorrow uncertain. but entresto is a medicine that was proven, in the largest heart failure study ever, to help more people stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine. women who are pregnant must not take entresto. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby. don't take entresto
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a very emotional moment in the end zone after he scores. goodwin knelt in prayer as his teammates surrounded him. after the game goodwin said he and his wife lost a baby boy during the day after he died prematurely. there's a new trend in medical care that's taking off across the country. doctors are choosing not to take insurance and instead they're charging monthly fees to their patients. it's called direct primary care. kenneth craig has that story. >> reporter: chuck isn't rushed when he sees his primary care doctor. he comes as often as he wants and doesn't need insurance to pay for it. >> it almost sounds too good to be true. >> i'm living it and it almost feels too good to be true. >> reporter: he pays a $60 membership fee.
it's part of a new trend called direct primary care. one of more than 700 nationwide. unlimited visits and urgent care are included. often doctors negotiate lab work and prescription drug prices at cost. >> the model works sort of like netflix. they can use the services here as often as they need to. >> reporter: patients like him are still el couraged to carry a low cost insurance plan to cover emergencies. dr. mclaughlin can spend more time with patients and less time in red tape. >> i think the part that gets burned out is clicking boxes on the computer instead of looking at the patient's and talking. >> reporter: but critics are concerned that the shortage of primary care doctors will grow since these doctors see fewer patients. also high deductible plans leave specialists uncovered. >> that opens up a huge range of medical problems that fall in between the catastrophe and
primary care. >> reporter: he comes every three months for his blood pressure and diabetes. >> hands down, it may be physically healthier and financially healthier. >> reporter: he's now saving about $1,300 a year. kenneth craig, cbs news, virginia. an unmanned cargo ship blasted off from the coast of virginia yesterday. >> and we have ignition. >> it's carrying supplies to the astronauts on the international space station. a launch attempt on saturday was canceled after a plane strayed into the rocket's restricted airspace. and coming up on "cbs this morning," the new series "my generation" about millennials. it looks at older and younger millennials, about what unites them and where they differ. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news."
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our top stories this morning, a powerful earthquake killed more than 300 people. most of the people live in iran but there's extensive damage on both sides of the border. it was felt as far as way as the mediterranean coast. and president trump is in the philippines, the last stop on his five-nation tour of asia. he's attending an international summit, but he met on the sidelines with the president of the philippines, rodrigo duterte. he's come under fire for alleged human right abuses and his war on drugs. mr. trump says he and mr. duterte have a great relationship. and the key issue has been on north korea. mr. trump continues volleying insults with the leaders of
north korea. major garrett has more. >> we want progress, not provocation. i mean we have been provoked. >> president trump talking about north korea and nuclear tests did some provoking of his own on twitter after the north korean dictator called him a, quote, old lunatic. why would he call me old, he tweeted, when i would never call him short and fat. at a press conference with vietnam's president mr. trump was asked if belligerence could be replaced by friendship. >> i think anything's a possibility. strange things happen in life. that might be a strange thing. >> after brief encounters a day earlier with russian president vladimir putin, the president said he believed putin's claim russia did not meddle in the 2016 u.s. election. mr. trump tried to clarify. >> i believe he feels he and russia did not meddle in the election. as to whether i believe it or not, i'm with our agencies.
>> only yesterday the president cast doubt on the u.s. intelligence assessment that russia used aggressive cyber tactics to influence the election. the president then explained why he did not press the point with putin. >> i'm not looking to stand and start arguing with somebody when there's reporters all around and cameras recording and seeing our conversation. having russia in a friendly posture as opposed to always fighting with them is an asset to the world. >> major garrett, cbs news, manila. coming up on "cbs this morning," celebrities kevin spacey and harvey weinstein are reportedly being treated for sex addiction at gentle path at the meadows, an upscale treatment center in arizona, but it's a troeshlg d controversial diagnosis. we'll meet with the founder. plus, overcoming and
thriving. meg jay discusses her new book "supernormal" and talks about how resilient we are. and a new series "my generation" millennials talk about what unites the older millennials with the younger. that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
let's say good morning to everybody. how are you doing? >> it's the perfect monday, the monday weather, it is like that. but it certainly is wet. that, it is. taking a look at the high deaf doppler, scattered showers where we zoom in to the east bay and you can see showers, fairfield and vallejo, who saw this moving eastward and if you are living in that area, be prepared for a wet commute this morning. south bay, you will see it moving toward palo alto and those showers should be moving through over the next hour and you will have a wet commute. everyone, take it slow and be careful. the headlines, light showers today and more showers later. on and off all