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good morning. it's wednesday, august 27th, 2014. welcome to "cbs this morning." an american hostage comes home. peter theo curtis's message to the world after being released by islamist terrorists. why was a 9-year-old girl allowed to shoot an uzi. the deadly consequences. plus tennis has a new sweetheart, the surprise star of the u.s. open. but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. journalist peter theo curtis is reunited with his mom at boston's logan airport after being freed by militants in syria. >> an american hostage returns to the u.s. >> curtis says he's indebted to
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u.s. officials who worked to get him released. >> the united states has confirmed that a u.s. citizen died while fighting for isis in syria. >> hurricanes in the east and west. >> along the coast of southern california, hurricane marie with a huge wave. >> meanwhile in southern michigan, storms down trees. meanwhile heavy rain about to flip its ridge. a tragic accident at a shooting range in arizona. >> a 9-year-old girl accidentally shot and killed her instructor. she was learning to shoot an uzi when the recoil caused it go over her head. >> he says he sprained both ankles leaping from a second-story balcony to rescue his nephew. >> we've got a few phone calls contradicting it. >> the so-called syria stow away was arrested again. >> the homeless man looked at the award. now we find out there's an
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outstanding warrant for him. >> all that -- >> the accident leased a fire suppression foam that made quite a mess at the army base in oklahoma. >> the first pitch that could go down is maybe the worst ever. we've seen some bad ones. it was so bad i feel bad for her. >> the most serious victim of the quake told his story. >> recovering after a chimney collapsed on him. >> i'm not. >> on "cbs this morning." >> she's done it. >> cici bellis the 15-year-old. 1996, the last time someone this young won a match at the u.s. open. >> do you know who you play now? >> i have no idea. i didn't look that far. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" is presented by toyota. let's go places. captioning funded by cbs welcome to "cbs this morning." charlie rose and norah o'donnell are off today but we're in good
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shape because anthony mason is here. do you feel like i do anthony? this is not a dream? this is "cbs this morning." >> here we are. >> and we begin with great news this morning. an american held prisoner in syria for 22 months is back in the u.s. this morning. peter theo curtis is praising the negotiators who worked to bring him hope. >> the al nursa front released him over the weekend. he was freed less than a week after isis murdered american hostage james foley. david is with us in cambridge, massachusetts, where he is staying. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. peter theo curtis arrived home. he arrived on a flight from tel aviv and then connected to logan international airport in boston where he reunited with his mother. in a statement leased by curtis the 45-year-old said i have been
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so touched and moved beyond all words by the people who have come up to me today, strangers on the airplane the flight attendants, and most of all, my family to say welcome home. he went on to say i am also deeply indebted to the u.s. officials who worked on my case. i especially want to thank the government of qatar for working on my behalf. he was handed over to united nations peacecoopers last sunday and over to american officials following a medical exam. the family is now asking for privacy. as a matter of fact, cambridge police have now blocked off both ends of their street. gayle, back to you. >> it is the best news. thank you, david. in the meantime we're learning isis is holding a female hostage this morning. she's described only as an american aid worker. her family is asking news organizations not to identify
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her beyond that. and the white house says this morning a former minnesota man was killed fighting for isis. douglas mcarthur mccain's body is still missing. his family was told that mccain died in syria. he was one of about 100 americans believed to be fighting in syria's civil war. margaret brennan is at the state department where officials are tracking mccain's final movements. margaret, good morning. >> good morning. 33-year-old douglas mccain is the first american to die fighting with isis. the white house confirmed his death after rebels reported finding an american pass portd on portdportportd passport on the battlefield. he reportedly died on the outskirts of aleppo this weekend. while fighting alongside the free syrian army. that's far from suburban minneapolis where he grew up a basketball fan who had just minor scrapes with the law including drug possession and
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theft. high school friends told cbs news that there was no sign mccain would become a radical. his plan was to become a rapper. >> he was silly. he was -- he was a trickster. he was a class clown. he just always could make everyone laugh. >> reporter: mccain was drawn in to the local somali group in minneapolis. he moved briefly to san diego before traveling to turkey this spring. minneapolis community leader omar jamaal who knew mccain said he's not unique. many young people influenced by social media have left to fight in syria. >> it happens a lot. it's just happening right now as we speak here. very active propaganda machine that are targeting our members of the community. >> around the same time mccain left for twitter, he said, ya ya ya
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ya ya ya ya a ll laa, when it's my time to go it's my time go. have mercy on my soul. have mercy on my brothers. fbi director james comey said the bureau was having difficulty tracking them. >> they don't come from a particular gee grach ikaria they're not of a particular ethnic extraction or particular age. it's a very diverse group of people. >> he was on the terrorist watch list and he was known to the fbi. it's interesting that isis chose to use this american on the battlefield in syria not to launch an attack here in the u.s. >> it certainly is. thank you, margaret. one of the largest groups of westerners fighting in syria comes from great britain. at least 500 british citizens are thought to be with isis including james foley's suspected murderer. clarissa ward has more.
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clarissa, good morning. >> good morning. as authorities here continue to investigate the identity of the british jihadi believed to be involved with foley's execution, they're looking for ways to crack down on the problem of the hundreds of young british men traveling to the middle east to join the brutal group isis. police have announced an initiative to try to remove extremist material on the internet. this is significant. young men are not often recruited by clerics in mosques. they're being recruited by other young fighters on twitter, brand issuing guns using social media. often these jihadees have very little religious knowledge. two british fighters bought copies of "islam for dummies," on the way to syria. they're drawn to the sense of purpose and belonging and that's what the british are trying to target by pulling this material off the web.
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obviously it's difficult. because if you shut down one account, they slim open another one the very next day. anthony? >> clarissa, thanks. this morning the u.s. is starting to build an international coalition against isis. president obama told the american legion's national convention tuesday that, quote, justice will be done. >> we'll continue to take direct action where needed to protect our people and to defend our homeland. and rooting out a cancer like isil won't be easy ant won't be quick. >> u.s. reconnaissance planes are flying over syria, but the president has not authorized any air strikes. >> there are big questions this morning about a deadly accident at a shooting range in arizona. that's where a 9-year-old girl was learning to fire an uzi. her instructor was killed. vinita nair shows us what led to this terrible tragedy and how the range is responding. vinita, good morning.
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>> good morning. the 9-year-old's parents with were her on the range where she was being taught how to handle the machine guns. in this video leased by the mohave county sheriff's office the girl is shown moments before the incident standing next to tin strukter as he shows her how to use the weapon. >> all right. go ahead and give me one shot. >> reporter: in a press release the sheriff's office says the investigation determined that the girl pulled the trigger on the automatic uzi. the recoil sent the gun over her head. the 39-year-old was airlifted to a las vegas medical center but didn't survive his injuries. the gun range has been operating for 12 years. the operator says they've never had an incident like this before. >> i really don't know what happened. i mean our guys are trained to basically hover over people when they're shooting. you know if they're shooting
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right-handed, we have our right-hand behind them ready to push the weapon out of the way and if they're left hapded the same thing. >> reporter: investigators say no laws were broken. they say it's already changed its regulations since the incident. shooters will be required to be 5 feet tall or 12 years of age. arizona gun laws require a person to be at least 18 years old to carry a firearm, however, the laws do not apply on private property or if the minor is accompanied by a parent or certified instructor as she was in this case. >> all right, vinita. thank you. one of the nation's largest internet providers appears to be down this morning. time warner users across the country say they cannot get online. reports of outages range from los angeles to houston to new york. the problems do not involve telephone or cable service. there's no response yet from time warner sch has internet customers in 28 states. >> super size waves are hitting
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southern california this morning. hurricane marie kicked up 10-feet-high surf. one surfer in malibu was pulled from the water unconscious and died on tuesday. the cause of his death is still unclear. on the east coast things are heath up. danielle niles from our boston station wbz is tracking it all. the waves are scary looking. good morning to you. >> they sure are. yes, heat is the big story across the nation with temperatures well into the 90s again across the central and southern plains. you factor in the humidity on top of that and the heat index values are approach 1g 00 degrees. seek the air conditioning if you can. tracking cristobal, which is an 80-mile-an-hour hurricane passing well past of bermuda and heading southeast. the biggest concern is the increased rip and swell. increasing up to 5 to 10 feet when you get across southern areas of new england.
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marie made its closest pass to california building across southern kachlt anthony, back to you. >> danielle thanks. tucson arizona, is drying out from flash flooding this morning. roads turned into creeks yesterday after a powerful storm. some drivers had to be hauled out of the flooded roads and for as many times in a second week detroit's streets got flooded. poor drainage clogged roads. billionaire investor warren buffett is facing criticism over the burger king takeover of tim hortons. they confirmed they're buying the coffee and doughnut chain for 11$11 billion. $3 billion is coming from berkshire hathaway. >> they could pay less in taxes. "fortune magazine" took a close look at this type of deal. good morning. >> good to be here.
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>> let's start with warren buffett. why is he interested in the deal? >> he's worked with them before. he thinks they're good businesspeople and they could make son money on this. he's providing money to make it happen. it's an investment. >> some say he's a capitalist before a patriot. >> there's no question about that. we've got a problem with our corporate tax code in the country. i think that's widely agreed. you see a lot of deals where american companies are moving offshore largely to reduce their tax bill. i'm not sure that's the case in the burger king deal. there are other reason to go. but it will reduce their tax bill. in other cases you have companies buying very small companies in ireland with a much lower corporate tax rate. so there's a serious problem that needs to be addressed in washington and this is another symptom of it. >> there is a potential backlash here for burger king though, isn't it?
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their facebook page has been inundated with them leaving the country. >> walgreens was in a similar situation. they backed off because they believed it would hurt their commerce. i believe burger king will face some exposure on that. we'll see how serious customers are about boycotting burger king because of this news. >> is it contradictory? i've heard some say warren buffett is a hypocrite. now some people perceive that he's doing this deal so he can save money on his taxes. >> i'm not sure it's right to call him hypocriteicalhypocritical. he also said he's not going to pay a penny more in taxes than the law requires him to do. that's exactly what's going on. this is a perfectly league deal so that, you know he's not violating the law. >> it's also interesting that burger king said we're not moving we're growing.
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>> whoa, whoa. they are moving. >> is there any way for washington to stop these deals? >> oh, absolutely. i covered the last tax reform. won't put a date on it but it was a couple of decades ago. it's a very complicated thing to do. we don't have a government in washington that's capable of passing that type of big complicated legislation. they can't make it happen. >> thanks so much. >> good to be here. a 15-year-old california girl is america's new american tennis star. cici bellis pulled off a win. >> see bellis is ranked 1,208th in the world. that should tell you why she considered a long shot. but bellis a high school sophomore pulled off major upset. >> she's done it.
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>> american tennis is getting a jolt from cici bellis with a win in her thrilling u.s. open debut. >> what a lifetime moment this is. cici bellis. the teen is the talk of the town now. >> she knocked out vedran player dominika cibulko v.a. who's a decade over than her. the last 15-year-old to win a match at the open was ana kournikova in 1996. this year's number one seed serena williams won her first u.s. open in 1999 the year bellis was born. >> it was a 15-year-old who won today. i played here 15 years ago and she was able to win. that's so awesome for american tennis. >> reporter: a native of atherton, california, she's entering a sophomore in high school as the number two ranked tennis player in the world but she's only played in a dozen
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pro-level matches. after the match she raced to hug her family and supporters. >> i'm so happy to be here. i can't believe i got through that. >> reporter: bellis semifinaled autographs with some new fans but kept her feet firmly on the ground. >> i'm going stay an amateur and go to college in case an injury happens. i want to keep my options open. i would love to be a pro one day. >> cici bellis set some ground rules before the match. he couldn't sigh or move or do anything because it distracts her. he said he watched from the stands. now i guess he can finally exhale. >> her mom was so nervous, she waited in the hotel room. she didn't want to be there. >> she was great tennis player in indiana. >> one thing that was so cool right at the end when things were right on the line she was
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fearless. >> she said she got amped by the crowd. she was on court 6 which is usually not televised. when they realized it the crams went over there. >> there's always a surprise. cici we like you. ahead on "cbs this morning," the story was amazeingamazing, maybe too amazing. did a
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good morning everyone i'm ukee washington. lets start with your forecast and send it over to kate good morning. good morning. what a nice day we have coming up here overall this is a nice summery forecast for you but a few minor hiccups that come witt. the let explain by starting off with nice clear view on storm scan three high pressure in place that will keep us in the sunlight but we have as a result of this sort of stagnant becoming stagnant air mass air quality alerts issues for new jersey and delaware. it is sunny, hot. too keep in mind from philly northwest you might see a spotty shower or a storm, we are clearing out here across the the board tonight. and by tomorrow the trough that would be responsible for that is very minor, dose of
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wet weather cools us down and we will bring that back for thursday and friday, bob, over to you. good morning everybody. a live look at blue route 476 right here near macdade boulevard. this guy off to the shoulder there but northbound side we are seeing from mcdade and in the neighborhood. buck run closed at barry lane in the heart of the coatsville. use route 82 this morning. an accident on east ton road right at pine avenue, and rest of your majors 95 a 26 minute trip into downtown. put 20 minutes on the clock coming in the city on the schuylkill. ukee, back over to you. our next update 7:55. up next on cbs this morning heroism or hoax? the story surrounding a college football star's sprained ankles. we will be right back on the cw
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called prime-time emmy award live. lies. this will be interesting. take a look. ♪ >> i can assure you we didn't expect it at all. >> this is such a surprise. >> this didn't occur to me. >> i'm profoundly surprised. ♪ >> i think sometimes they're surprised, don't you? >> i do. >> they're actors. >> that's true sharyn they're actors, you're right. welcome back to "cbs this morning." charlie and norah are off. sharyn alfonsi, you see, has joined us at the table once again. good to see you as always. coming up this half hour if you know anything about the
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burning man festival in nevada this may come as a surprise. it's now playing host to private chef s jets gourmet chefs, and sherpas. are they playing with fire? >> no means no but one state could redefine consensual sex among college students. ricky rickykky klieman has defended sexual assault cases. she'll show you. that's ahead. the chief of the international monetary fund is under formal investigation this morning. french authorities are questioning christine lagarde in a corruption case. they want to know her role in a $530 million payment back in 2008 to a businessman who supported french president nicolas sarkozy. lagarde served as his finance minister at the time.
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93 health care facilities are being investigated by the v.a.'s inspector general. the justice department and fbi are also joining this probe. at issue, whether workers at v.a. centers who falsified scheduling records were getting in the way of investigators. the "new york post" says senator marko rubio is hinting at another government shutdown. the florida republican says congress could try and stop president obama's immigration reforms by blocking funding in the federal budget. lawmakers return from summer recess on september 8th. after that they'll have ten working days to agree on a budget or risk a shutdown. the "new york post" says malaysia airlines have turned into flying ghost towns. twitter user ping said thank you to the airline, adding the extra space is quote, an amazing surprise. and user ruslan kogan tweeted this picture of the bare rehn
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check-in line an hour before his flight. the important of brand trust and values. >> and the "los angeles times" says the university of southern california is investigating star football player josh shaw. we first brought you this story on tuesday. as ben tracy reports, usc wants to know if shaw really injured himself in an act of heroism or if he's telling a lie. >> reporter: usc quarterback josh shaw is in a position he knows well on the defense. after practice tuesday the coach said the school is investigating claims that shaw's story of saving his nephew is not true. >> i only know what i know and josh is adamant with what occurred and we'll continue to vet some of the other stories that have come across our desk and across our phones. >> reporter: shaw says he spanked both of his ankles saturday jumping from a second-story balcony to save his
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7-year-old nephew who cannot swim. he was called a hero. but usc now has received several phone calls condra digting thiz story. >> reporter: does the story seem to be adding up? >> no. >> i've been told from people within the program they've heard there was possibility a domestic incident involved his girlfriend at her apartment and that's how he got hurt and he didn't want that to be known publicly so then he create add cover story. >> reporter: the los angeles police department tells "cbs this morning" there was a reported burglary at shaw's girl frernld's apartment and a man marching shaw's description was seen leaving through a balcony window but he is not named as a suspect in their investigation. >> life doesn't always work out the way you plan. >> reporter: at the student athlete commencement ceremony this spring shaw spoke about transferring from the university of florida to usc so he could help his family during a health crisis. >> finally i can give back to my
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parents who have always given us so much. >> josh shaw, first and foremost, is a good person a good kid. i have no reason no history to not believe josh and his story and what has occurred. >> reporter: josh shaw will not be on the field saturday for usc's first game. in fact, his entire season is now in jeopardy. for "cbs this morning," ben tracy, los angeles. >> listen. i know the investigation is still under way, but it's so disappointing that this story could be tainted this way. >> he's a great player and a really good kid. his coaches really really think a lot of him. i hope this straightens itself out. >> what a story to make up. aye-yi-yi. moving on. >> we do want to talk to you from usc. we turn to a story that could affect colleges all around california. the state is the first on track to become the first in the nation for the so-called yes means yes standard for sexual assaults on campus. a bill headed for a final vote
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in the california senate would change the definition of con isn't it. cbs news analyst rickykki klieman is with us to bring us up to date on exactly what this means. we all know what no means no means. what does yes means yes mean? >> it's an affirmative action on the part of the person who believes they're being sexually advanced upon. exclusively a woman, but it could also be a man. what happens here is the yes must be affirmative, unambiguous, and indeed conscious. >> with each other,ry rikki? >> in essence, yes. >> you enforce that how? >> that's the problem. on the one side look we like the idea that we're out there protecting women. we like what has happened, learning from the department of education that said 55 schools absolutely do not investigate, do not have the appropriate
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sexual assault policies in motion. so we're trying to protect women. on the other side of that is how do you enforce it. we're talking about disciplinary hearings at a school where we're looking at men and women, obviously where there's alcohol or drugs involved, those are the women who really need the protection here. >> this shifts the burden though, doesn't it rikki? it's not about saying no now. man has to get a yes. >> a man has to get a yes and that's part of the problem. also what happens at the disciplinary hearings is the standard of proof is. of the preponder ererance of the evidence. we want to protect williamomen. at the same time we want to look
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at the rights of women. and in the same situation where there's no drugs or alcohol, where do the scales tip? enforce built is going to be the question. >> very interesting. thank you very much. a california teen who was the most seriously injured of last weekend's napa valley earthquake is telling his story for the first time. nick lal dillon was having a sleepover with his friends in family living room when the 6.0 earthquake happened. a fireplace collapsed on his back and shattered his pelvis. >> i felt the first jolt of the earthquake. i spun around started calling to get to the door and just as i put my right knee on the floor the chimney collapsed on my back. if i wouldn't have moved, they would have collapsed on my face. if i would have been sleeping i would have had several injuries to my face or been dead. >> the doctor says he'll be in
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the wheelchair for six months. he says his goal is four months. we hope he gets there. they're being embraced by some of the wealthiest people in the world. michelle miller is with us. >> it's usually considered luxuries, but now the finer things are coming to the desert. we'll show you how some worry it could leave the event in ruins. that's next on "cbs this morning." ♪ ♪ ♪here i am. rock you like a hurricane♪
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after being delayed by torrential rains the burning man festival is continuing this morning. it covers nevada desert for a week of art, dancing, and pretty much anything else.
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this week they're concerned about lavish camps with many luxuries with power players. the controversy between burners gearing up against each other. >> well, good morning, everybody. burning man, the annual gadget erring of hippies and free spirits frolicking around naked in the desert has been going on for three decades and it's a mecca for silicon valley's elite. people who have made vast fortunes and who are accustomed to a certain standard of living. it may seem like an unlikely playground for wealthy capitalist capitalists, but that's exactly what burning man has become. the raucous festival which encourages creativity and create now attracting moguls for their creative and innovation people like larry page and sergei of
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google mark zuckerberg of facebook and elan musk of tesla motors. "new york times" columnist says many see burning man as a networking opportunity. >> they're going with the hopes of trying to meet entrepreneurs that have successful startups and befriending them with the eventual goal of being able to invest in those companies. >> some long-time attendees are shaking their hands. burning man is place where money is frowned upon. nothing can be bought or sold. everything is shared. revelers usually sleep in modest camps or temps, but the techies with artist bow home yums often arrive in jets stay in good dwellings, eat meals made by gourmet chefs and have sherpas taking care of their needs.
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>> rather than going to a bartender bartender, you go up to a sherpa. >> they actually welcome the influx of wealthy participants. they say silicon valley philanthropy fund it. the co-founder spoke to charlie rose in march. >> then people from that industry became piling in to the event. then they said they're going to ruin it. but they said every migration is going to ruin it but it just enriches the viernts you know. >> critics say embracing silicon valley, burning man has essentially jumped the shark. some have started competing festivals where attendees must set up their own shelters and are banned from using thse sherpas. > i ask you michelle what's wrong with the gourmet chef. you lose me with the frolicking nakedness snow all of a sudden
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it's interesting to me. >> and a few other things. >> i'm up for a sherpa myself. >> i think of the bad sunburn you'd get. michelle, thank you very much. you don't expect whiteout conditions in tulsa in august but "i'm 16 and just got my first car" feeling. presenting the buypower card from capital one. redeem earnings toward part or even all of a new chevrolet, buick, gmc or cadillac - with no limits.
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good morning, i'm erika von tiehl. i want to get over to kada i for the the forecast.
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yesterday was certainly warm. are we looking at more today. >> essentially a carbon copy when it comes to temperature and also overhead we have more sun then anything. much of water on today toward evening. that comes courtesy of our next approaching trough that is digging in but does not have a lot have of moisture. we will in the see a drop have rain but worth a mention. mostly sunny, we will call it hot. ninety today. we will drop down to 68 with that early shower chance for some of you mostly we will stay dry. tomorrow and friday look beautiful and we are starting to heat backup throughout the labor day holiday weekend, bob. >> hello fishtown live look at 95 southbound delays at girard. nothing out of the ordinary, typical volume from the betsy on down, 20 minute trip all together coming into center city philadelphia accident in coatsville buck run at barry lane. rough get for patco high speed line, hot mess over here. they have delays, first of all that started with signal problems and new delays in both directions some -- they
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are operating on a modified schedule. pack your patients if you are heading for patco line, erika, back to you. next update 8:25. coming up next, students in ferguson missouri return to school, your local news weather and traffic is with us anncr: hampton knows it's your most important videoconference of the day. hi! hi, buddy! anncr: that's why the wifi and free hot breakfast are something to smile about. and good reasons to book now. feel the hamptonality
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today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >> peter curtis returned. >> the deadly accident in arizona. a 9-year-old girl was learning to fire an uzi. her instructor was killed. >> cristobal going to be passing through to western bermuda. >> hurricane marie kicked up ten-foot-high surf. >> ranked 1,208th in the world. a high school sophomore pulled off major upset. >> it's crazy to think i'm here with all these other people. >> burger king faces exposure on that. we'll see how true it is that they want to boycott burger king. >> we'll continue to vet some of the other stories that have come across our desk and euro phone. >> critics say embracing silicon valley elite's burning man has
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essentially jumped the shark. >> i ask you, michelle what's wrong with a gourmet chef. you lose me with the frolicking nakedness. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" at 8:00 is sponsored by panera bread. >> i'm gayle king along with anthony mason. i'm imagining frolicking naked -- >> let's not stay with that image, please. >> he's thanking every touched and man has died.ccain grew up in minnesota outside minneapolis. he left last spring to go to turkey which shares a border with syria. one of mccain's cousins spoke to him on friday. u.s. initials believe he died in a battle near the city of aleppo. his american passpots with found there but his body is still missing. former virginia governor bob
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mcdonnell is done testifying. he said down. he said he and his wife gave no special treatment to a wealthy businessman. soon a jury will determine if that's the truth. nancy cordes is in washington. good morning. >> good morning. the prosecution wrapped up a brutal two-day cross-examination of mcdonnell yesterday trying to prove that he used his power to help a man who showered him with fancy gifts. as he left the courthouse with his daughter monday governor mcdonnell said exercise and god helped him get tell our case. >> they say he was given money in gifts. but an attorney questioned their closeful producing e-mails and notes where mcdonnell repeatedly misspelled his attorney's name.
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mcdonnell and his wife got to know williams when they got into the governor's mansion but he would be hosting them is same weekend he flew a daughter down to florida to stay in one of their vacation homes. a $50,000 loan was made to mcdonnell at the time. his wife is said to have said the gov wants to get this going. mcdonnell said he never saw the earmark from his wife, but she wrote it while sitting next to him in the back of an suv. the former governor has argued that maureen, who is also on trial, was the one who sought out most of the gifts. he talked on the stand tuesday about what he called her chronic flashes of an gore and says the marriage has been rocky the last ten years. >> i love my wife. i've known her 41 years.
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it's been a very very difficult period. >> mcdonnell told the jury yesterday he let his life get out of balance and he regretsched taking all those gifts but he repeatedly williams never explicits asked him to promote his products in exchange. whether a jury believes him will be the key in this case. >> thank you very much. a man, charles bell happened to be a film producer in town friday for a pre-emmy party. belk said police confronted him because he matched a description. he was handcuffed and forced to sit on the sidewalk. belk said he was held for six hours, on facebook he wrote all because i was misidentified as the tall black bald-headed male fitting the description. weeks. vladimir duthiers is in ferguson
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where schools are now open but it will take a while to open. vlad, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the parents in ferguson are welcoming the sense of normal say that the school year brings them and their children. while the kids are not happy about the homework it does give them a much needed break. the beginning of the school year almost got off to a rocky start. >> i thought we almost missed the bus. i thought, on the first day of school we're going to be late. >> reporter: classes across ferguson began this week after nightly violent protests caused school officials to delay the opening by nearly two weeks. >> you've got to be wise. i feel that that was a wise decision and we just had to cope with it until things let up. >> reporter: but tensions are easing. the violence has stopped and life is beginning to return to normal. >> things are getting back on course, thank god for that. when i see that smile, i know
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everything is darien murdock. >> my students had a very normal first day back a lot of laughs, a lot of smiles. >> reporter: murdock along with all 2,000 staff in the school's district had training last week in how to identify traumatized children and way to help. >> to teach culture we start it here but it has to care out in the community. >> reporter: for the mcclure south berkeley bulldogs playing football was a way to escape the chaos around them. >> it's a way to get our minds off the stuff. sometimes i want to be at on. >> reporter: their daerms and and for coach brown and his players, there's no place like home. >> we love fergusovironment. we love our home. it's good to go visit but it's great to be at home. >> reporter: the bulldogs say that having their field back should help with morale and training. you can see behind me the memorial to michael brown. it's been very calm the last couple of nights here.
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perhaps that's the new norm. gayle? >> .s of cial guest. he admits he knows nothing about tennis but the two recently got together to design a jordan enjoyed that one. later in the match he was caught off guard again. take a look what he says under the announcer's voice when he noticed him on the stands. >> you're not on my teemt tonight. you're not in my shoes. >> michael's just laughing. >> he pointed his racquet and said i want to be like mike. he seem add bit embarrassed. federer won the match. >> embarrassed but really very f9 flattering, i bet. don't you think how cool it must be the poster you have of michael jordan growing up and there he is cheering you on. >> really amazing. ahead on "cbs this morning," consumer report shows you,000
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in our morning rounds the brain/gut connection. if you ever felt anxious you might say to yourself i've got butterflies, i can feel them. but groundbreaking tests show it might change your brain. we could alter our mood and behavior. the new research might transform the way we understand and treat a variety of mental health issues. our dr. holly phillips is here to explain what this all means. right before the commercial break she said this is a big deal because most people don't see a connection between your brain and your belly. >> right. it is a big deal. it's an exploding research. basically our gut -- intestine, we refer to as our gut, is our second brain. it has millions of neurons and it has more neural transmitters that has sayre tony that affects our mood. it has more than the brain
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itself. you know if you've ever felt emotionally upset, you feel it in your stomach, whether it's butterflies, nausea or stomach cramps. researchers are now honing in on the fact it's a two-way street. if your digestive system is upset, you may feel it in your brain, it may be mental illness or pressure. >> i find i have different conversations. one tell ms. e to do one thing. one tells me to do the other. can you boost good bacteria to essentially help your stomach and misbalance? >> you know anthony, i think that's why we think it's all a good idea. we've heard of probiotics. intestines have hundreds of bacteria in it good bacteria. it's bun shown to balance out our nervous system. new research shows that by keeping that in check, it can
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improve our mood, lower stress hormones and may be able to play a role in preventing disorders raich ocd and anxiety. that's why we're honing in on it. >> what about antibiotics? >> right, sharyn. anti-by ottics kill boejt the good and badta may play a role with mental illness as well. >> what essentially should we do this early? >> it's a little too early to trade our prozac for probiotics. more fruit, vegetables, and whole grains. stay tuned. this is a big air afterof research. >> it always seemed to go back to the diet. nobody says eat more cupcakes. >> i'll say it today, just today. >> all right. >> dr. holly phillips, thanks so much. >> it's a world famous job with
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10,000 job on the line. see how napa valley wine country is pouring everything it can after this weekend's powerful earthquake. that's next on "cbs this morning." >> announcer: cbs morning rounds sponsored by purrinapurina. your pet, our passion. ♪ fill their bowl with the meaty tastes they're looking for, with friskies grillers. tender meaty pieces and crunchy bites. in delicious chicken, beef turkey and garden veggie flavors. friskies grillers.
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three days after the napa valley earthquake the wine country wants to let you know. how they're helping one another. >> reporter: from the napa valley wine train it's full steam ahead after they stopped service for two day. she didn't want to miss the train. >> one of the things we really liked was to see how things were opened for business. we feel safe and i'm glad we unsure about their travel plans. >> didn't worryre the epicenter of it was. >> we were worried, whether our resort would be okay and whether we'd get to any of the vineyards. >> the vineyards are a big draw for the tourists. they come here to napa valley spending $4.5 billion. here violet has been reassuring
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friends and customers. >> from sunday morning between the e-mails and the phone calls and the texts, everybody's been so worried not just about us but about the wine. >> reporter: after a minor cleanup, their tasting room is open and ready to serve. >> come visit. buy our wine. that's the best way you can enjoy it. >> reporter: it's undisturbed. >> the quake didn't shake off the vine. >> i wish it would. it would be cheaper to harvest them. >> reporter: they're already referring to this year's wine as the earthquake vintage. for "cbs this morning," john blackstone napa california. >> i like when eek numberic recovery involves buying wine zmoo yes. i like it. come buy our wines, you can help. >> you can be a patriot and buy wine. >> she's going have a lot of teenagers. you can order nearly anything online these days. you know that one stop shop to
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help you find a house of worship ahead on "cbs this morning." hi, good morning i'm ukee washington. updating breaking news two bodies pull from the schuylkill river from fairmount park. bodies were bound with duct tape when police hoisted them to the surface. police say another person was stabbed and thrown in the river but made it out, that man is at the hospital with stab wounds. we will hear from law enforcement investigators in a live report from the coming up at 8:30 on the cw philly. right new lets get your forecast with katie from the weather center.
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>> good morning everybody. we are looking ahead to the nice day if you like yesterday, overall it is the same. the only caveat we have to throw in here is that we are in the middle of an air quality alert because that ground level ozone is starting to settle in more. since it the is still dry we have light wind. storm scan three remaining quiet, outside live neighborhood network gorgeous view, i love this shot, bright sunshine 67 right now outside kutztown area middle school we will fine a similar view but keep in mind i would say toward evening northwestern suburbs could end up with a very spotty shower or storm and in the meantime we will heat up to 90 degrees with that sun and by tomorrow we will cool things back down for you, bob, over to you. good morgue, a live look at 422 eastbound an accident blocking the two travel lanes so only the right shoulder is getting on through, we were stacked up to begin with in this area so eastbound between royersford and route 29 collegeville expect delays this morning. an accident in the
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neighborhood, welsh road at valley road delays on the turnpike from philly bensalem all the way over to fort washington delays because of volume and some sun glare and crash in havertown darby road at eagle road otherwise mass transit looking good with no delays, back over to you. next update 8:55. up next on cbs this morning why this weekend may be the best time to buy a car. for more local news weather and traffic and sports, we are on the cw philly. you can find
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welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour 50 years ago today mary poppins floated onto our screens and made raising kids look oh so easy. jamie wax shoes us why it takes more than a spoonful of suge to make the medicine go down these days. when do you turn to the intertell go find a church? a new church wants to make that happen and congregations are anxious to get that to happen. that's ahead.
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the omaha world takes a look at a tragedy. they tell our omaha affiliate that the crew person has unfortunately died. the shooting happened when police showed up during an apparent robbery at a wendy's. the suspect was shot and killed. it's not clear whose bullet hit the cop's employee. american airlines pulled its fares off travlg websites by orbitz. its sister carey will also leave on monday all because of a battle over flees. the website is already spreading the word, you won't find our fares on orbitz. the tash rohr group isis became a problem for two florida developers. they were planning a building isis downtown. that refers to an anxious
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egyptian building. now they call it 333 downtown. >> probably a good idea. the homeless man that was featured on mt sr. mooeps moouf awarding. she wanted to raise awareness of homelessness. it turns out he has a criminal past. now he's wanted on a violation. the conversation should be about ending homelessness. >> labor day weekend will be about barbecues and low interest rates. that can translate to more than $5,000 in savings if you know what to look for. consumer reports mike quincy is here to reveal how to find the best bargains. good morning. >> good morning. >> i have 207,000 miles on my car spent chugging in for ten years. i'm looking for a last 200,000
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miles. >> still going. changing the oil and you're all set. >> labor d anythies out and gret a new car. also the 2015 models are coming into the new dealers. they're getting rid of 2014s. >> there are lots of potentials for sales. >> where, where, where? where are the sales? >> the chrysler 300, great v8 engine great v 6 engine lots of luxury and room inside. you can get potentially 15% off. it flies under the radar. people don't realize just how good the 300 is. >> you also like the ford fusion and hyundai? >> oh, yeah. the fugue is a nice family sedan. monnest european-like driving. handling, sorry. >> it's nice looking. we rented one in california this
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past weekend. nice looking. >> 10% off off. 30 miles per gallon. the elantra is one of those cars, gramt firs for a first-time car buyer. did well on consumer report tests. 21 miles per gallon. really, check out the alan >> some include the mitsubishi mirage about $12,000 to $15,000. we'd say by a yulted car. >> they just nailed this one in. >> i'm surprised you have a subaru on a don't buy list. >> ford has a lot. they put out a hybrid version. it only produced about 2 miles per gallon more. 28 miles per gallon isn't bad
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but for $3 extra,000 this isn't great effort by supe rue. it's a rare time we don't love supe rues don't work out. >> all right. thanks. anthony, it's time. whether it's the bible, koran or torah, for centuries they have worked to get the word out. now co a variety of reasons andse religion. one new website is hoping to create floerls in fash of worshippers. what while growing up his a ay christian big part of his life i went baseball and went to church. >> after he moved to new york he was frustrated with the challenge of finding a congregation on his own. >> there are dozens of sites to help you find a doctor restaurant vacation but no good site that helps you find a place of worship. >> so he quit his corporate job and started faith street. a website directory for churches across the and
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wandering soils can see those and look at times. coughlin hopes they are then insfiered to show up. >> helping people engage with those communities more deeply rather than helping them experience those communities online. >> why does it matter to you so much. >> >> just in my life i've seen the power of faith bases toid it inv allows to online. >>ad a really important role to play and theishing of faith, whether it's the printing press printing the bible o billy graham. >> sometimes there's 10 to @15 she hopes fagts street will helpz& attract people. >> if your church can't be exist. >> his holiness the dalai lama
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regularly imparts 140-character wisdom and pope francis tweets scenes on his travels on facebook. greg burke senior communications adviser to the vatican told "cbs this morning" we think it's great way to reach people and especially young people. >> he's a professor of religion at colombia university. he said faith street is part a long relationship between ministry and markets. >> i would imagine that faith street would build itself as providing a service. that would distinguish them from churches that are not online and make them more readily easy. they're plugged in. >> coghlan says the goal of faith street is to help churches fulfill their mission. >> the idea that jesus had to go
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in the world and preach the gospel is huge to us. we want to doning way way. >> the new followers could inclulds any faint. >> that's interesting. if you're from a small town, you know what churches are in your community. it seems like something aimed toward cities. >> also people are hesitant. they don't want to necessarily have that kind of discussion with people and they're for them to duoi# i'd hear. >> bit it's working. >> the nany it aftero' julie andrews defined rolls what what does it mean? >> it l a lot like me. that's coming
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to prove a point about internet speeds we slowed down an up escalator this is crazy like i don't get it, this one is working ladies, shouldn't up be as fast as down? yeah. shouldn't internet speeds match as well? yes. do your socks match? my socks match. do your eyeballs match? yes. cable does not match the speeds. makes you want to go mad. erggggh. only verizon fios comes with speed match. upload speeds as fast yrdownlope call the verizon center for customers with disabilities at 80 >> rosy cheeks and sneefrg didn't we love this movie? yeah. it's the 50th anniversary of "mary poppins
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," jamie wax shows us what's change far nannies and children since mary poppins arrived on the scene years ago. >> to middle america and beyond trends include more male nannies or nannies, more lower middle class families dipping into their pockets for individualized schield care and increase for nannies who can say supercalifragilistic- expialidocious in multiple languages. ♪ oh supercalifragilistic- expialidocious ♪ >> 28-year-old, she's also a real life nany. >> i had one 4-year-old on my back a 2-year-old on a scooter, four bags and i thought, wow. here i am, you know and i did feel like a true mary poppins making it magically happen. >> reporter: she admits it's
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kwal parts starch and suge and employers demanding good education and long hours with those raising their children. >> we have families who need to make a living. both families work full days and so they really need an extra hand. >> kids, too, have become more demanding and a lot more nany-savvy. they are downright experts. what do you think people should look for when they're picking a nanny$ nanny. >> five stars. >> five stars? on the internet, is that what you're talking about, spencer? >> yeah. >> emma mclaughlin is a former nanny herself, famous for bringing mary poppins into the forefront when she camend up with the nanny diaries. she has strong opinions. >> your book made famous the teddy bear cam. >> yes. >> is there a teddy bear cam in
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your home? >> oh, god, no. i feel very passionately if you feel the need to nanny, it's indicative that something's gone wrong. >> let me ask you qualities met' i thing important. >> strict. >> not important. >> fun. >> important. >> can make cake. ed? >> today's nanny may not be a nanny at all. alan bach is one of the growing mannys in the network. >> what reaction do you get? oh, really? i love that idea. sometimes they look confused. >> whether you're a mary poppins or lair poppins, pay supealifragilistic- expialidocious -- >> the average rate for nannies is 17 dollar. less than half get paid sick days and or manny, would you be happy? >> no.
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>> that is really hurtful. >> reporter: for her, what matters is making a difference. she thanks mary poppins for that. >> growing up on m kids runhartsfield-jackson indelicate work and it's inspire inspiring that people are able to come out testify closet and take pride in that. >> now a spineful or organic>g6 stevia. >> just in case you think you sharpened your skills, 5% of nannies have a college degree and if you're job seeking look for family where one parent stays home with the nanny and they co-parent because those jobs actually pay more. >> i know that you're going through a lot with those kids. >> that right. >> a good child care person is worth their weight in gold. >> that's absolutely true. >> thanks. next the world's biggest food fight and tomorrow on "cbs this morning." >> reporter: i'm carter evans at six flags magic mountain in california. behind me is one of the most
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there may be a salsa shortage this morning in part of spain. what's built as the world's biggest food fight is happening tornado. every year on the last wednesday of august thousands make their way to the small town from around the world all to hurl tomatoes at one another. the townships in more than 100 tons of overrooip toeipe tomatoes. >> i don't get it. you notice you see very few women in that shot. >> it looks like a detergent commercial. >> that
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weird... seriously? what? they're magically delicious (yawn) (ding!) toaster strudel! more fruit in the filling, ya? mmm! ya! warm, flaky, gooey toaster strudel! now, with more fruit! good morning i'm erika von tiehl. philadelphia police are still searching for two men accused of impersonating police officers in an armed robbery at a fishtown food distribution center. it happened at the the cowa trading corporation on north delaware avenue overnight. we're told suspects were wearing police hats and at
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least had one of them had a badge hanging around its neck. they got away with an estimated hundred thousand dollars in cash. we have that taney dragons parade at 2:00 p.m. hoping for good weather. >> i think we can hook you up there if you don't mind heat. it will get toasty this afternoon as we fully expect that we're actually once again going to strike 90 on that thermometer saying lets take you outside. high pressure is in place at least for now there is a trough that is digging in later on towards evening and that means northwestern suburbs especially could pick up a isolated sure or storm generally though we will keep the sun, it is hot, good pool day and then again that early shower or storm chance out, especially from philadelphia on north and west. by tomorrow once that is through we will clear out quickly we will see lowering humidity and temperatures but still full sunshine. coming up sunday that will be our next best shot for anything widespread in terms of wet weather bob over to you. 8:56. some good news. they have just cleared this accident on 422 right here
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near 29 a fuel spill still left there but we are moving both lanes opened but we are back up from royersford on into king of prussia we will kick it off at 2:20 and mark and down city hall and broad street and fdr park. while the pennsylvania parade ising underway, we will have rolling detours. septa has to detour bus routes. beginning at 1:30 buses will be detoured off of market street and 2:00 they will push them off of broad. the buses will get back to normal and he'll we be in good shape for evening rush. erika, back over to you. >> that is "eyewitness news" for now talk philly coming your way at noon on cbs-3. i'm erika von tiehl. i hope you hav
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