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the arab league and nato line up to take on isis militants in iraq and syria while president obama prepares to outline his strategy to defeat the terror group this week. >> i just want the american people to understand the nature of the threat and how we're going to deal with it. wild weather. powerful storms flip planes in the northeast while flood producing rains later today. a star send-off for comedy queen joan rivers. famous friends and family gather in new york city to celebrate her life. >> there was no one else like her, no one else can replace her, no one. and some prime time performances and big plays fill up the highlight reel on the first sunday of nfl action. captioning funded by cbs
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this is the "cbs morning news" for monday, september 8th, 2014. good morning. i'm marlie hall in for anne-marie green. this morning we're watching the potential for severe weather in the southwest. heavy rain and flash floods are possible from southern california to yutah. yesterday heavy rains and drenching rains hit los angeles. water poured down hillsides. on some streets the water was over 2 feet high and powerful winds snapped large trees like match sticks. >> when trees came down i couldn't hear it because the thunderstorms were so loud. it was pounding. >> more wet weather is expected today. meteorologist eric fisher of our boston station wbz says all the rain is fallout from tropical storm norbert. >> well, the tropics have been
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very active this season, not so much in atlantic but certainly in the pacific. this was norbert, a powerhouse hurricane. it's moving over cooler water now and has become a tropical storm and it's allowed a lot of tropical moisture to move up into the upper midwest. we have numerous thunderstorm activity. very heavy rainfall, flash flooding a big concern here. we have already seen that and we'll continue with another round of storms on monday. here's a look at timing. norbert staying mainly out to sea but fueling thunderstorms across california, arizona, nevada, into new mexico, watching for those rapidly changes conditions. we get a big cold blast starting on tuesday from our neighbors to the north. in terms of actual numbers, by wednesday we've got high temps in the 40s and 50s across the northern plains. by thursday cooler air moving southward. and by friday much of the east will be feeling the chill.
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i'm meteorologist eric fisher for cbs news. in georgia a strong storm damaged more than a dozen planes at a regional airport southeast of atlanta. four planes were flipped by the powerful winds but no one was injured. on wednesday president obama will lay out to the american people his plan for going after islamic militants. in the president's words, start going on some offensive. congress is back from summer recess today and mr. obama will explain the plan to congressional leaders tomorrow. brook silva braga is in washington. good morning. >> good morning. he was criticized last month because he wasn't quite sure how to deal with the group of isis. since then they've become more of a concern for iraq, syria, and washington. president obama says he now has a strategy to attack isis in iraq and syria and he'll explain
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it to us on wednesday. >> i want people to have confidence we'll deal with it. >> reporter: in an interview with nbc he said the militant strikes will continue and the next will involve a u.s.-led plan to defeat isis but that will not include american forces. >> it's not going to be an announcement about u.s. ground troops, this is not the equivalent of the iraq war. >> reporter: president obama plans to meet with congressional leaders on tuesday to receive support for the plan. both have criticized him for his lack of strategy. >> i want to congratulate the president. he's now on the offense. it's overdue but he's there. i think it's the right thing for america. >> reporter: republican congressman peter king believes the president can take action without additional authorization. >> it's probably better for him to get congressional approval which i would certainly vote for
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but u i don't believe he needs it. >> reporter: nine other countries are on board to help destroy isis. and both secretary of state john kerry and defense secretary chuck hagel are visiting allies this week in an effort to strengthen that coalition. marlie. >> brook silva braga in washington. thanks so much. this morning the cdc is investigating a respiratory virus that sent hundreds of children in the hospital in the midwest. ten states are asking for help. one hospital in kansas city and missouri has treated more than 300 cases of the intheriot virus. 300 cases ended up in intensive care. three more teams are up for sale this morning. the owner of the atlanta hawks is voluntarily selling his team following the disclosure of a racially charged e-mail. mark strassmann has our report. >> reporter: in august of 2012 atlantic co-owner bruce levinson
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griped in an e-mail about the team's low attendance. my theory is the black crowds scared away the whites and there's certainly not enough affluent black fans to take it to the base. i told our executives i want some white cheerleaders. i also balked when every fan taken out is black and i have even bitched that the kiss cam is too black. before the league even finished its investigation announced he will sell the team. nba commissioner adam silver said in a statement the views he expressed are entirely unacceptable. i commend mr. levinson for self-reporting to the league office and for putting best interests of the nba first. ken berger covers the nba for cbs sports.
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>> it's a business. not an old boy's club or fraternity. it's a business, a $5 billion business. and if you're going to aspire to be a global brand and be important and be respected around the world, your conduct and the conduct of those involved in your business have to live up to that. >> reporter: the nba forced donald sterling to sell the los angeles clippers last month. he was secretly recorded in phone calls. >> it bothers me a lot that you want to broadcast that you're associating with black people. >> reporter: one of his many critics was bruce levinson. >> there can be zero tolerance for what he said, nothing more. those were racist bigoted remarks that we can't tolerate. >> donnal sterling sold the
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sclipers for $2 billion. mark strassmann, cbs news, atlanta. coming up on "morning news," celebrity send-off. stars from the world of entertainment say good-bye to comedian joan rivers. but first love lines. a couple hangs off the side of a building to tie the knot. this is the "cbs morning news." then my rheumatologist prescribed enbrel. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. enbrel helps relieve pain and stop joint damage. i've been on the course and on the road. enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic reactions have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and discuss whether you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. you should not start enbrel if you have an infection like the flu. tell your doctor if you're prone to infections,
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a kiss that couple will always remember. they got married on top of a miami hotel saturday, then repelled down the side, taking time out for a marital smooch. it was part of a fund razing event to help children living in poverty. on the "cbs moneywatch," gm takes a big step toward going hands-free, and the big buzz at apple. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, marlie. gm is going to offer cars that can almost drive themselves. ceo mary barra said sunday in two years the cadillac will be equipped with what they call super cruise, which includes hands-free driving. on a highway it will keep cars at cruise and a safe distance from the car in front. on wall street the bull market has been soaring for more than 2,000 days. it is now the fourth longest
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bull market since 1928. on friday the dow add 67 points. the s&p added a new record after adding 10 points and the nasdaq added 20. excitement is growing for what could be the biggest ipo every. the top exec alibaba starts a two-week road show in new york today. want to raise $24 billion. that is $8 billion more than facebook raised in 2012. and the tech world is buzzing about apple's big launch party tomorrow. the rumor mill is saying the big company be will be unveiling its new iphone, the apple 6. i can't wait. straight ahead, highlights from the first sunday of the nfl season and saying farewell to the captain. derek jeter honored at yankee
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defense and then powers his way into the end zone from 67 yards out. the vikings top the rams, 34-6. anding of big plays, the cincinnati bengals needed the one. seconds after blowing a lead to baltimore, a.j. green juggles a deep pass from andy dalton and goes 77 yards for the go-ahead touchdown. the bengals win, 23-16. a bittersweet afternoon in the bronx. >> the new york yankees are pleased to pay tribute to the captain, number 2, derek jeter. >> yankees players and fans saying a formal good-bye to jeter. the long-time shortstop honored at yankee stadium before he retires at the end of the season. jeter reflected on his 20 seasons in pinstripes. >> in my opinion, i've had the greatest job in the world. i got a chance to be the shortstop of the new york yankees, and there's only one of
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here's a look at the forecast in some cities around the country. a new exhibit at the september 11th museum here in new york pace tribute to those who helped hunt down and kill osama bin laden. the shirt of a navy s.e.a.l. who was in the raid that killed the leader can be seen along with a coin given to the cia officer who helped track down osama bin laden. on the upper east side it was a star-studded send-off. howard stern delivered the eulogy. he called rivers a hero and said she was a trailblazer. she wanted her funeral to be a big hollywood affair. >> reporter: as bagpipers played, an outpouring of
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celebrities and friends added a touch of hollywood on manhattan's east side. hundreds of camera-snapping fans young and old lined the streets straining to get a glimpse of the stars. the comedian once joked she wanted her final send-off to be a huge showbiz affair but the service was private. >> there was a lot of laughter, which joan would have loved. and it was a beautiful ceremony. it had music, hugh jackman sang, the choir sang. it was wonderful. >> reporter: amy rosen bloom is a former producer for rivers. >> no one else like her, no one can replace her, no one. >> reporter: the 81-year-old died on thursday after she suffered cardiac arrest during a routine procedure at this new york clinic. an autopsy was inconclusive but additional testing is planned to determine the cause of death. the department of health is
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investigating. >> dress by oscar de la renta, body by oscar meyer. >> reporter: known finance her caustic and self-deprecating humor she once gave him advice. >> don't ever give up. don't let somebody tell you you can't do something. if they do, give them the finger. >> reporter: after the memorial rivers' grandson and only daughter melissa received supports. taty haywood grey left a bouquet of flowers. >> she had such a funny humor that everybody could relate to. rich people, poosh people, working people, nonworking people, nobody was left out of her jokes. everybody could relate to them so i think that people really kind of resonated with that. >> vladimir duthiers, cbs news, new york. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," ryan seacrest joins us in studio 57. i'm marlie hall. this is the "cbs morning news."
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the man who started the chick-fil-a restaurant died this morning. s. true it ka these start it in georgia. it grew from one store in 1967 to more than 1,800 locations. he was also known for his deeply held christian beliefs. he died in his home today. he was 93 years old. more than a decade after it began, the gourmet burger boom in america is still going strong. the man largely responsible for serving up that -- or serving that up is pat lefrieda, the country's most famous butcher. jeff glor caught up with him. >> reporter: the warehouse is just two miles outside of
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manhattan. it's where pat lefrieda has carved out the ft. knox of fillet. $10 million of beef inside this room. >> yes. there's enough beef in here to feed new york city for two weeks. >> reporter: lefrieda's family has been feeding new york city for 90 years beginsing with his great grandfather in 1922. it almost ended in 1992 when lefrieda's father insisted his son do anything else. >> i was the generation that was supposed to jump out of this business. i wasn't supposed to work these hours. i wasn't supposed to be in 35-degree temperatures. >> reporter: lefrieda worked on wall street for years selling cheap stocks. he despised it. so he ditched the boiler room to get in a meat locker. he provides the meat for danny myers shake empire along with elite restaurants in new york city and around the country. the best of that meat comes from here.
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this is your library. >> yes, this is my library. everything is stacked in here perfectly. >> reporter: we were privy to a demonstration. >> you kwamt to pull some of the outer fat off. >> reporter: -- from the master. >> that wheens you need the knife skills. you have to get in here and take as little amount of meat off as possible. >> there are literally no more butchers. restaurants will ask me, pat, where can i find some butchers. i'm opening up a restaurant and i need someone to prep the meat. i often explain we don't find butchers, we make them. even at the culinary institutes they don't teach enough about cutting meat. >> you go around the bone. >> reporter: is this an artd form? >> it is an art form. our butcher s cut with passion all night long. >> reporter: this is the $28 black label burger. and the burger at butter. >> there's just a place on every
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menu for a burger. that's not going to change. it's going to be on our menus for eternity in my eyes. >> tremendous. >> that's unreal. >> you're right. >> that was jeff glor reporting. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on president obama's strategy to defeat isis. we'll get the latest from the white house. that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday. i'm marlie hall. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". and it is monday, september 8th, good morning, i'm ukee washington. >> i'm erika von tiehl. stories we're following today: back to school this morning, for the philadelphia schooll district. what won't student and teachers have when the opening bell rings, we will tell you. >> caught on camera, group of teenagers beating up a mentally challenged man. police make two arrests and are looking for more. >> just when you thought the eagles were down, they get up again. how about that? second half come back, as the birds showed the come back. >> any given sunday. let's check our forecast, katie over in the weather center good morning, yes, coming off nice long weekends, you know, actually looks as though it will


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