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captioning funded by cbs it's tuesday, july 2nd, 2019. this is the "cbs morning news." playing with fire. president trump is putting pressure on iran after iran breaches a nuclear deal. border control agents accused. an offensive facebook page is discovered and reports of abuse at a facility. >> these women were being told by cbp officers to drink out oft toilet. and hong kong cleanup. violent protests leave a mark and a message. ♪ good morning from the studio
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57 newsroom at cbs headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. this morning president trump is facing nuclear issues on two fronts. iran has officially breached the 2015 nuclear deal which the u.s. withdrew from last year. meanwhile, north korea continues to produce materiel for nuclear weapons despite an historic meeting with president trump over the weekend. laura podesta is here in new york. how is the president handling the threats? >> reporter: well, the president's message is no message. you'll hear from him in a moment. to backtrack, the reason why iran says it's no longer complying with one of the main provisions of its nuclear deal is that it's trying to pressure russia, china, and the e.u. into offering some relief from the economic sanctions imposed by president trump. iran says it has exceeded its agreed to limit on enriched urm stockp. the announcement marks the first time tehran has acknowledged breaching its 2015 nuclear agreement.
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the claim was confirmed by the united nations. a spokesman for the secretary general urged tehran to try to salvage the deal. >> such action by the republic of iran would not help preserve the plan, nor secure the tangible economic benefits for the iranian people. >> reporter: israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu said iran had taken what he called significant steps toward developing nuclear weapons. netanyahu urged the e.u. to reimpose sanctions. >> do it. just do it. unilaterally withdrew the u.s. from the agreement last year. mr. trump has since imposed sanctions that have hobbled the iranian economy. >> no, no message to iran. they know what they're doing. they know what they're playing with. and i think they're playing with fire. so no message to iran whatsoever. >> reporter: yesterday the white house issued a statement that said tehran was violating the terms of the nuclear agreement. quote, even before the deal's existence.
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seriously was the one-word response from the iranian foreign minister. it's unclear what the white house was suggesting. iran was officially in compliance with the agreement when the u.s. pulled out from it. and iran says it will further enrich its uranium starting next week if the european union fails to offer it a new nuclear deal. a lot of threats, anne-marie. >> indeed. laura podesta here in new york. thank you. the u.s. border patrol is under fire this morning after inappropriate posts surfaced in a secret facebook group for current and former employees. members allegedly posted racist and sexist material about migrants. and this comes as lawmakers renew their outrage over the border crisis after touring migrant detention facilities yesterday. nikole killion reports. >> reporter: members of the congressional hispanic caucus visited migrant detention facilities in texas and expressed outrage. new york congresswoman cortez
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said women at a facility are being mistreated. >> these women were being told by cbp officers to drink out of the toilet. they were drinking water out of the toilet. >> reporter: customs and border patrol is also investigating inappropriate posts on a facebook group for 9,500 current and former employees. according to the media group pro publica, one member posted a picture of a dead migrant and his daughter and asked if it was fake because the bodies were so clean. in another post group members responded with indifference to the death of a 16-year-old guatemalan migrant. "if he dies, he dies." >> that shows unfortunately that there are many within cbp who become desensitized to the point of being dangerous to the migrants in their care. >> reporter: late monday, the president signed a $4.6 billion aid package for the border and defended cbp.
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>> the border patrol, they're patriots, they're great people. they love our country. they know what's coming. >> reporter: preside tru sugghee forward with immigration raids after the july 4th holiday. cbs news, washington. a massive cleanup effort is underway in hong kong after protesters vandalized a legislative building. yesterday, protesters sprayed pro-democracy slogans in the chamber and defaced portraits of lawmakers. police in riot gear used teargas to confront demonstrators. the protests were sparked by a government attempt to change extradition laws to allow suspects to be sent to china for trial. the faa is analyzing the cockpit voice recorder from a small plane that crashed in texas. it plunged into a hangar shortly after takeoff sunday outside dallas. all ten people on board including two teenagers and their parents died. mireya villarreal reports.
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we had an accident on the field. >> reporter: the private plane crashed at 9:11 a.m. killing all ong those who died was a sophomore in high school and her brother, a middle school student. they were traveling with their mother and stepfather heading to st. petersburg, florida. steven and gina feeling were also on board. investigators with the national transportation safety board found the cockpit voice recorder last night. >> our team recovered the cockpit voice recorder, and it is being downloaded now in the washington, d.c., laboratory of the ntsb. >> pilot david snell witnessed the crash. >> myself and my other pilot friend, we knew that that airplane was not producing the type of takeoff power that it typically would by the sound. plus it wasn't climbing the way it typically would. it appeared a little tail low,
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and we knew that that airplane was in trouble. >> reporter: the twin engine beechcraft super king was taking off at the north end of the airport. witnesses say it lifted off the runway reaching about 500 feet when it began losing power and altitude. the plane then veered left and dropped its left wing before slamming into the hangar. when you're watching this all happen, as a pilot what is going through your mind? >> sickness. all my years of flying, i've never seen anything like that. my thoughts are for the families, the people, the lives changed, and there's nothing you can do about it. >> reporter: the airplane rolled into the building behind me and came out the front end. investigators know this because there is security video of the accident. the video won't be released until the final report is done. that could take well over a year. a preliminary report, however, could be released in the next few weeks. mireya villarreal, cbs news, addison, texas. hazmat crews are testing air
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sample after a suspicious package was found at the facebook facilities in the mail and material suspected to be the nerve agent sarin. it was retested twice with one positive and one negative result. facebook evacuated four buildings, three of which have since been cleared and reopened. authorities have not positively identified the suspicious substance. southwest airlines says it will remove its grounded boeing 737 max aircraft from its flies schedule through october. it's the biggest operator of max jets. the decision comes after the faa found a new flaw not related to a software problem. last week boeing said it would take until at least september to solve 737 max software issues. southwest has been forced to cancel about 115 flights per day. the final four teams are set as the u.s. women's soccer team faces england today in their quest for the championship.
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the winner of today's match will play for the women's world cup next sunday against the winner of tomorrow's semifinal match between the netherlands and sweden. england won all three of their groups' staged matches to finish first. coming up on "the morning news" now, major league baseball is mourning the death of a 27-year-old angels pitcher, tyler skaggs. and pool warning. how swimmers can protect themselves from a parasite in the water. this is the "cbs morning news." news." in one week... a lot will happen in your life. wrinkles just won't. neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair's derm-proven retinol works so fast, it takes only one week to reveal younger looking skin. making wrinkles look rapiwr® to reveal younger looking skin. pair with new tinol oil for 2x the wrinkle fighting power. neutrogena®
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the president plans to deliver a speech at the lincoln memorial during thursday's event. there's a warning about a parasite living in pools, and an investigation is underway into the death of an angels pitcher. those are some of the headlines on the "morning newsstand." the "los angeles times" reports 27-year-old los angeles angels pitcher tyler skaggs was found dead in his texas hotel room. yesterday skaggs was found unresponsive at the hotel in a dallas suburb. he was pronounced dead at the scene. authorities say no foul play is suspected. an investigation is underway. >> just a really sad situation obviously. it's important that we all kind of obviously keep him in our thoughts and prayers but also have the perspective of, you know, how fragile, you know, life is. just really sad. >> the angels were in texas to play the rangers. last night's game was postponed. "usa today" says members of the university of utah community paid tribute to murdered student
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mackenzie k ams mohan 100 gathered. friends said she was a bubbly, nurturing person who loved spending time with her family. lueck was missing for 11 days before police found her burned remains and personal items in the back yard of her suspected killer, 31-year-old ayoola ajayi, charged with aggravated murder and aggravated kidnapping. the "washington post" reports the cdc is warning swimmers about crypto. it can live for days in swimming pools and water playgrounds. health officials say there's been an increased number of outbreaks caused by the fecal parasite. it can cause nausea, vomiting, and severe intestinal problems that can last for weeks. researchers say the most common cause of the outbreaks was swallowing contaminated water from recreational places. and "vogue" looks at five of the female candidates running for the democratic presidential nomination.
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a picture by famed photographer annie leibovitz shows the lawmakers high fiving each other. senators kerstin gillibrand, amy klobuchar, elizabeth warren, kamala harris are seen as is representative tulsi gabbard. self-help author marianne williamson is not present. it is not known why she was left out of the photo shoot. still ahead, a razor recall. why tens of thousands of razors for women are being recalled by gillette. for women are being recalled by gillette. ♪ ♪ ♪ the 2019 corolla hatchback. let's go places.
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here's a look at the forecast in some cities around the country. ♪ millions are expected to gaze upwards later today as parts of south america experience the first total solar eclipse there in 13 years. it will stretch across the southern pacific and into portions of chile and argentina. a total eclipse occurs when the moon passes in front of the sun blocking light from reaching the earth. in the u.s., a partial eclipse will be visible in much of the country. on the cbs "money watch," gillette issues a razor recall, and if you love kfc and cheetos, there's a new chicken sandwich for you. diane king hall is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, diane.
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>> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. we'll start with this auto sales data for june will be released today. analysts expect strong sales of truck and passenger cars to continue. stocks rose higher amid news the u.s. and china agreed to a trade truce and will restart negotiations. the dow rallied 117 points, the s&p 500 was up 22, closing at a record high, and the nasdaq gained 84. growers express is recalling fresh vegetable products for possible listeria contamination. the recall includes squash, cauliflower, zucchini, and select veggie bowls. according to the fda they were sold under the green giant fresh, trader joe's, and signature farms labels. most of the products are labeled with a "best if used by" date of june 26th through june 29th. fect.nned or frozen ta gillette is recalling 87,000
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venus simply three disposable razors. the company says the blades were made too sharp and present a high risk of cuts. the products include a venus simply three disposable four pack and a daisy 12 plus 1 venus simply three bonus pack. they were sold from january through may. if you're looking for a cheap splurge this summer, colonel sanders and chester the cheeto are serving comfort food fusion. kfc is partnering to make the cheetos sandwich. it's only available at kfc restaurants nationwide. the product combines kfc's chicken filet and mayonnaise with a special sauce and crunchy cheetos on a bun. >> all that orangey goodness that nature could never produce. >> exactly. i don't know if i'm in for this one. i -- i've looked at the picture of this. this is a little too much even for a cheat day for me. >> look, i want to know why chester cheetoh doesn't have pants on. just saying. >> no comment from thesshat's t.
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here's a look at the forecast in some cities around the country. ♪ heavy machinery is being used in mexico to dig out of an unusual summer hailstorm. on sunday ice covered entire neighborhoods in guadalajara north of mexico city.
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cars were buried up to their windows. some homes were damaged on the inside. following the storm, the temperatures hit 81 degrees. all that stuff started melting. there were also some stormy lightning strikes in the billings area. more severe thunderstorms are possible for later today and tonight. and some new laws went into effect across the country yesterday. some are getting nationwide attention. vermont, hoping to curb teen vaping, slapped a 92% tax on e-cigarettes. new york city has banned agencies from buying single-use plastics. in washington, d.c., there's a ban on plastic straws. california is the first state to require gun owners to pass a background check before they can buy ammunition. and in nevada, voting rights are restored for former prisoners convicted of felonies. coming up on "cbs this morning," going alcohol free. a look at the rise of socializing without drinking.
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our top stories this morning -- iran says it has exceeded its agreed to limit on enriched uranium stockpiles. the announcement marked the first time tehran has acknowledged breaching its 2015 nuclear agreement. president trump says iran is playing with fire. plus, a u.s. border patrol is under fire this morning after inappropriate posts surfaced in a secret facebook group for current and former employees. members allegedly posted racist and sexist material about migrants. the group has since been closed. the cleanup is underway this morning in hong kong after protesters vandalized a legislative building. yesterday hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets. the demonstrations reflect
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mounting frustration with hong kong's leader following a government attempt to change extradition laws to allow suspects to be sent to china for trial. it was a moment for the ages. coco gauff, the youngest in wimbledon in the professional era, took on her idol who excelled before coco was born. can you keep track of that? >> reporter: the wimbledon fans erupted in cheers as they watched 15-year-old cori gauff, the youngest in the tournament, easily defeat five-time champion venus williams in straight sets. >> she told me congratulations. >> reporter: gauff had to win three qualifying matches just to play her idol. by the time she was born, in 2004, williams had already won four grand slam titles including wasn't for her. and i was telling her that she's
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so inspiring. i always wanted to tell her that. >> reporter: gauff who is a resident of delray beach, florida, grew up admiring the williams sisters. she first picked up a racket at the age of 7. by the time she was 13, she was the youngest player to reach the girls finals at the u.s. open where she finished second. during this wimbledon match her parents were on the edge of their seats. >> i know they're super happy. my dad was jumping up every time i won a point. >> reporter: she is still in high school and turned pro last year. she also became the youngest player to win the girls singles championship at the french open last year. her success at the age of 15 has already caught the eye of some major sponsors. >> i never thought this would happen. i'm literally living my dream right now. [ cheers ] >> that was david begnaud reporting. coming up on "cbs this morning," how the high price of insulin is forcing americans to go on so-called insulin caravans to canada to buy the lifesaving drug. mireya villarreal spoke with
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some of them. plus, going alcohol free. a look at the rise of socializing without drinking. and in our "eye on money," how to negotiate with your boss when you're trying to get a raise and what women need to know to boost their pay. that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. thanks for watching.. ♪
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. live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix5 news. >> now at 4:30, looking live from the exclusive sales force tower camera down at the bay bridge. and taking a look east on this tuesday morning. it's july 2nd. i am michelle growing ao emily and mary join me with weather
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and traffic. how you doing. >> i leave for vacation in a few hours. the count down a is on. >> i am glad you are with us. at least one more day. >> that's right. . how's the weather looking? >> it's going to be be a beautiful day. so similar conditions compared to yesterday. we will keep it going through july 4th. and check out live look with ourtransamerica cam and temperatures are in the 50s for many locations although concord is at 60 degrees. 57 in oakland. and 56 for livermore and san francisco and upper 50s in san jose and upper 40s right now santa rosa. a little chilly in the north bay this morning. as we head through the afternoon, temperatures will be in the 80s for inland spots from 84 in fairfield. 82 in concord. 80 for a high in livermore. 78 in san jose, 70 in oakland. 67 in san francisco and 64 cool and breezy once again onthe coa we will talk about the july 4th


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