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why impeachment is not the right response. and cbs news takes you to the largest migrant processing center. why top officials say there's nothing to hide. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. i'm anne-marie green. a dangerous heatwave is gripping much of the country. more than 200 people from arizona to new england are under heat advisories. this weekend at least 14 states are expected to break their high temperature record. errol barnett reports from the heart of the heatwave in st. louis, missouri. >> reporter: in madison, wisconsin, volunteers are going door to door checking on the elde eve heat danger zone, meaning prolonged exposure to heed and s at humidity could be deadly for the
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most vulnerable. >> the entire world is seeing an increase in temperature at an unprecedent rate. >> reporter: this is the first our top stories this morning, a record-breaking heat scorching heatwave the country has seen this summer. wave is gripping much of the >> what we're currently seeing is that there areny given day u.s. more than 200 million people are than there are record lows, and under heat advisories. this is really significant. at the nation's capitol the so we will continue to see temperatures are expected to record-breaking temperatures as feel as high as 110 degrees. we go on into the future. >> reporter: the dome of heat the same for death valley, one will head east by the weekend. of the hottest places on earth. yesterday in north carolina portland, maine, will feel like president trump escalated his 98 on saturday. new york city will feel like attacks on four women. 112, and in the nation's earlier the week the democratic capitol, it will feel like 107. led house voted to condemn this heatwave is expected to president trump's comments. >> two men who lost family members in a fatal crash last at least through sunday. but listen to this. involving boeing 737 max jet the u.s. climate believes people testified on capitol hill. the max was grounded after two deadly crashes that killed a will feel more than 100 degrees total of 346 people. or above.
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that number expected to double katherines.ter: i miss every f. by 2050. according to the cdc there are more than 600 deaths per year due to extreme heat. they're awing tips. a man testified before members stay hydrated, avoid alcohol, of the house transportation stay cool and indoors. if you don't have air committee. >> if boeing's context conditioning, go to a public place like a mall or library or continues, another plane will visit a cooling center. dive to the ground killing me, you, or your children. limit outdoor activities including exercise. >> reporter: toronto resident wear loose light wakt clothing and don't leave anyone including paul ngroge lost his wife, three pets in a hot car. president trump's attack on children, and mother-in-law. four congresswomen known as the squad turned into a rallying investigators believe a faulty sensor triggered the system cry. laura podesta is here in new pushing the plane into a york. laura, what exactly did the nosedive shortly after takeoff. president say this time? michael stumo lost his daughter >> well, anne-marie, the in the crash and says they need president spoke for roughly an hour and a half in north to work for the faa, not the plane manufacturer. carolina. while he did not explicitly >> for us, we wish the faa had gotten ahead of it. repeat words, the crowd at we now have 346 tombstones.
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the rally did it for him. at one point people were >> reporter: house lawmakers also heard from officials and chanting "send her back." at a campaign rally in north carolina last night, president flight attendants on the 737 trump escalated his attacks on four democratic congresswomen. >> tonight i have a suggestion max. >> it's necessary to hear how we for the hate-filled extremists who are constantly trying to can find out how to make this tear our country down. they never have anything good to better. >> reporter: the 737 max fleet say. was grounded in march after the that's why i say, hey, if they don't like it, let them leave, crash and the lion air crash in let them leave. >> supporters cheered as he went october. boeing software engineers are currently working to resolve off the four congresswomen known zonishes with the 737 max fleet. as the squad. >> omar has a history of there's growing concern the grounded aircraft may not be launched vicious anti-semitic ready to fly again until 2020. streaks. katherine johnson, cbs news, capitol hill. coming up this morning, >> she responded with a maya meals, subscription services are popular, but are we spenldsing angelou poem, you may kill me with your hatred, but still i'll
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plus we'll take you where rise. a day after condemning racist statements by the president, the they're building mirrors for the house blocked a measure calling for his impeachment. largest telescope. and we'll meet a living >> the president knows the arguments that could be made legend on capitol hill and we'll against him and therefore he learn what he can teach congress wants to distract from them. about getting along. that's the "cbs morning news" you have to give him credit. for this thursday. thanks for watching. he's a great distracter. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. >> the vote was 395 over 95. -- captions by vitac -- nancy pelosi is reportedly trying to arrange a sit-down with alexandria ocasio-cortez. yes she told the cbs news she absolutely wants to meet with the speaker, though, anne-marie, it's unclear when that might happen. a federal lawsuit has been filed challenging the trump it'no orit's crepe day.ami at '' administration's latest move to restrict asylum for migrants a family tradition we started about 22 minutes ago coming to the southern border. and now we can continue that tradition at home
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this comes as cbs news anchor with dennyde and managin see you at denny's or southern border. >> are you be given warm food? >> si, si. >> but you're sleeping on the floor. >> si, si. >> during the visit o'donnell spoke with acting secretary of homeland security kevin mcaleenan. >> you realize what's going on here. now at 4:30, looking live >> i think we need a national out side. this is what we look love about conversation to try to address and solve the problems. >> you can see more of her interview with mcaleenan coming photographer rick. he gives us these beautiful shots. a beautiful way of looking at up on "cbs this morning." a criminal case against kevin spacey has been dropped. we lit. prosecutors say they were forced to drop a case because the good morning.
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it is thursday, july 18 i'm accuser invoked his right not to michelle griego. >> i'm kenny choi and let's get a check of the forecast. testify. it was regarding an incident in we are talking a cooldown. exactly how much, mary has the answers. >> the onshore flow kicking in which spacey groped a man at a and temperatures will be cooler bar. there was the disappea and you will really notice the difference in length. yesterday we had temperatures in the 90s and the in the locations are back to the mid- 80s over warmer spot. spacey has denied the here is a look at the treasure island camera. you can see the clouds in the skies and temperatures running allegations. in the mid to upper 50s and the joaquin "el chapo" guzman is low to mid 60s at this hour. headed to prison. >> it took guzman a lifetime to build his empire and now he'll the microclimate forecast, live the rest of his life in a taking you through the afternoon. for the coast, it is cool and breezy in the low 60s for the u.s. security prison. >> yesterday guzman was bay. in the mid to upper 60s and we sentenced to life in prison plus will catch the sun for the bay 30 years for drug trafficking. as well as in the locations tapping out in the low to mid he read from a prepared 80s
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1990. overdose deaths often involve more than one drug. coming up on the "morning news" now, comedian jon stewart has tough words for senator rand paul over a 9/11 compensation bill. and invading area 51. a joke calling for people to sign up to a military base as more than a million people sign up. this is the "cbs morning news." lower a1c helps, but type 2 diabetes still increases my risk of a fatal cardiovascular event. because type 2 diabetes is more than a1c. wow-these are great answers! and that's why there's jardiance- the first type 2 diabetes pill that offers fesaardiovaslar benefit for adults who also have known heart disease.
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at least 35 people hurt in the fire. at least more than 70 people were in the building at the time, but most ran outside. back home, a spoof involving area 51 may be getting out of hand, and changes for the next democratic debate. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. politico reports the democratic national committee and cnn are tinkering with the for mat for the next presidential democratic debate. the contenders will first be split into three tiers before being randomly split across two nights. they're based on public polling. the highest contenders are in tier 3 which consist of joe biden, kamala harris, bernie sanders, and elizabeth warren. the candidates in tear number 1 include bill de blasio, kirsten gillibrand, and tim ryan. the determination for the lineup will be held tonight. "usa today" reports comedian
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and activist reports jon stewart blast blasted ryan. he said senator paul and lee lack humanity. the bill easily passed the house last week. the congressional budget office estimates the cost of the measure and future claims would be about $10 billion over the next decade. senator paul said any new spending should be offset by corresponding spending cuts. he objected to a request by kirsten gillibrand to approve the bill by unanimous request. >> enough of the political game. the 9/11 first responders and the entire nation are watching to see if this body actually cares. do we care about the men and women who answered the call of duty. >> a spokesperson for senator paul says he is not blocking
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theories. it houses a top secret military base. the u.s. is warning people to stay away. businesses in the nearby town of rachel are getting ready in case people descend on the area. >> we're a little scared. bring it. we'll do our best. i don't think they should be doing this and breaking the law. i don't believe that. >> the military base has been a testing ground for top-secret aircraft including the spy plane and b-2 bomber. still ahead, a warning about the latest social media challenge. the face app which ages your photos is raising privacy concerns. along with support, chantix is proven to help you quit. with chantix you can keep smoking at first and ease into quitting. chantix reduces the urge so when the day arrives, you'll be more ready to kiss cigarettes goodbye.eno
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here's a look at the forecast in some cities around the country. ♪ you might call it cruel and unusual punishment. officials in one florida park are using children's songs as a way to discourage people from congregating there late into the night. "baby shark" and "raining tacos" are being blasted in a loop on west palm beach.
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officials say it's only temporary. on the "cbs moneywatch" netflix misses subscriber targets, and a warning about a popular app that ages you. marc liverman is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, marc. >> good morning, anne-marie. earning season is well under way. today microsoft and online pet stocks chewy and morgan stanley. the dow was down 115 points, the s&p lost 19 points, and the nasdaq dropped 37 points. netflix's streaming video service suffered a dramatic slowdown in the growth in the second quarter. netflix was predicted to add 5 million new subscribers but only picked up 2 president 7 million. uber has fixed a glitch that
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causes some passengers to be charged 100 times the advertised fare. washington, d.c. and san diego took to social media to complain about the sky-high rates. one reported a $19.05 uber rieds maxed out her husband's card nt could access personal data a on the app. most images are deleted from the servers, 48 hours. >> and oscar mayer has listed the oscar weinermobile as an
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here's a look at today's
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forecast in some cities around the country. ♪ i'm not the man they think i am at all no, no, no i'm a rocket man ♪ as the country pays tribute to the apollo men, neil armstrong is doing it the right way. the armstrong space museum there featured a statue of the astronaut which was placed downtown. and the baseball player who broke the color barrier for the boston red sox is being remembered for his grace and perseverance. elijah "pumpsie" green died at a california hospital yesterday. they were the majgue am integra.
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