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captioning funded by cbs it's thursday, june 30th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." terror in turkey. the death toll rises in the istanbul airport attack, as we get a look at the suicide bombers that terrorized hundreds of travelers. tarmac talks? this morning a new controversy is brewing for the clinton. the former president boards the plane of the attorney general who is conducting the federal investigation into hillary clinton's e-mail server. so what did they discuss? loretta lynch explains. a selfie sendoff. the president and the prime minister snap one for the road after mr. obama addresses members of the canadian
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parliament, trashing donald trump. and just keep swimming! michael phelps qualifies for a historic fifth trip to the olympics. why he says this one will be more memorable than the rest. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. both turkey and us officials say they are increasingly convinced the deadly attack at istanbul's main airport was the work of isis. at least 42 people were killed, including 13 foreigners. another 239 were wounded. many of the victims were wounded by the gunfire that proceeded the bombings. two suicide bombers got inside the terminal. the third attacker detonated his bomb outside as people tried to get away. this morning, police in turkey have been conducting a series of raids targeting suspected
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members of isis and nine people have been detained. holly williams has more from istanbul's airport. >> reporter: these people sprinted for their lives. captured on security video just before one of the blasts tore through istanbul's main airport. and one of the attackers is captured in these shaky images. after being shot down, he on the ground before also blowing himself up. the attack was coordinated and bloody. three separate locations hit by three sued bombers who apparently arrived by taxi. but it's just the latest in a space of deadly bombings here in turkey. thomas kemper of atlanta, georgia, was waiting for a connecting flight. >> the blast, that really woke me up from a short nap and then the shooting. you heard really gunfire. and then the people started running immediately and you just ran.
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you just ran. >> reporter: richard cownans of connecticut said he hen his wife spent three hours trapped in the airport. >> is there no place to go and no place to hide. hearing explosions and gunfire is a frightening feeling. a feeling of terror. >> reporter: there is an extra layer of security at this airport. before you even get into the building. but it doesn't seem to have stopped two of the attackers from getting inside the terminal and then blowing themselves up. one of them, just over there. that blast was in the arrivals area. another was at the entrance nearby. and a third was upstairs in departures. turkish media claim these images show one with of the attackers inside the airport. and another dressed in a thick quilted jacket in the middle of summer, which would have aroused suspicion. shocked relatives bury their dead. their loved ones caught up in an act of terror that turkey says looks like the work of isis.
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u.s. officials also say the evidence leans in that direction, including the terrorists' weapons and method of attack, but, so far, there have been no claim of responsibility. time and time again over the last five years, we have seen syria's civil war across the border and fill into this territory. not just turkey but one of the world's busiest international airports. holly williams, cbs news, at aturk airport, istanbul. >> a private turkish tv station says one of the men was wanted on suspicion that he planned to carry out a suicide attack. coming up on "cbs this morning," the latest on the investigation into the attack in istanbul. president obama is back in washington this morning, after attending the annual north
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american leaders summit in canada. mr. obama met with the leader of paddress to the canadian ing and parliament, warned against the anti-immigrant sentiments rolling through europe and pushed by donald trump. >> we have to stand up against the slander when the hate. leveled against those who look or worship differently. that's our obligation. that's who we are. >> the president also took issue with trump's claim to be a populist. he says trump reports to xenophobia and cynicism. questions this morning about a meeting between attorney general loretta lynch and former president bill clinton. they say an unscheduled meeting monday night at the phoenix airport and some say the timing. hillary clinton's use of private e-mails is still be investigated by the justice department and an investigation that may include the clinton foundation. >> i did see the president at the phoenix airport the other
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night. as i was landing, he was heading out. he did come over and say hello and speak to my husband and myself and talk about his grandchildren and his travels and things like that. that was the extent of that and no discussions were held on any cases or anything of that. he didn't raise anything about that either. >> lynch said the e-mail investigation will follow the facts and the law. hillary clinton's long time aid huma abedin did he find under oath she didn't know if hillary clinton erased any personal e-mails while secretary of state. she is being deposed by a civil group in a civil lawsuit over access to state department files. the political conventions are quickly approaching and the two presumptive nominees are vetting possible running mates. as major garrett reports, so far, neither candidate is tipping their hand. >> everybody wants to know who i'm going to choose for vice president. who do you like? >> i am thrilled to have so many really good candidates to choose
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from. >> reporter: get ready for this summer's political blockbuster. the vetting and picking of a running mate. it's a preview into donald trump and hillary clinton's presidential calculations and approach to power. for clinton, capability is key. >> i'm going to be looking, first and foremost, as to who i believe could fulfill the responsibilities of being president and commander in chief. >> reporter: trump wants washington experience. >> and then i would want somebody that could help me with government, so mile that would be a political person. >> reporter: but clinton and trump need help beyond the obvious. for clinton, massachusetts senator elizabeth warren could electrify progressives and something plain visible when the two campaigned earlier this week. >> i do just love to see how she gets under donald trump's thin skin. >> reporter: trump has long had his eye on former speaker of the house newt gingrich who could help shore up the republican base. he has been a close adviser to
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trump. >> i think we would be very hard-pressed not to say yes. >> would you like to do it? >> i don't know. it's certainly a great challenge. >> reporter: both camps are tearing through the backgrounds of potential running mates. >> you're never really done. >> reporter: douglas graham vetted branch nominees for the obama administration and has worked on vice presidential vetting. how deep does this good into a presidential nominee's life? >> as deep as you can go. >> reporter: what stage do you think they need to be this close in the two conventions? >> i can be pretty confident a lot of folks burning the midnight oil tonight working towards that convention. >> reporter: virginia senator tim kaine was on senator barack obama's short list in 2008 and lead the derby. for trump, tom cotton's opposition to the iran nuclear deal infuriated the obama white house and electrified conservatives. major garrett, cbs news,
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washington. donald trump's fund-raising operation has some foreign politicians shaking their heads. trump said e-mail appeals for money to lawmakers in the uk, iceland and australia and elsewhere. one british politician tweeted please stop bringing begging letters to mps. it's illegal to make contributions to elections. the heated campaign over great britain's exit from the eu centered in part on immigration. following the vote, hate crimes reports increase by 57% and that is according to police. this morning japanese prosecutors charged a u.s. military contractor in the murder and rape of a 20-year-old woman. the case sparked outrage. on the southern japanese island where the u.s. military presence is a contentious issue. the woman was found dead last month on the southern japanese
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island three weeks after she disappeared. two days of heavy rain triggered landslides in southern japan. a camera captured the moment when a house toppled in nagasaki. nobody has hurt there because the area had been evacuated. heavy rain is expected to continue today. wreckage from the egyptair passenger jet crash in may shows high temperature which means a possible fire. it indicates there was smoke in the lavatory and on board equipment. the flight crashed into the mediterranean. there was no distress call and no military group has claimed responsibility. all 66 people on board were killed. authorities in montana are searching for a bear that killed a mountain biker. police say the man grisly yesterday. coming up on the "morning news." hollywood reaches out.
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the academy invites a large number of minorities and women to join in a push for diversity. the swimsuit competition takes a dive at miss teen usa. this is the "cbs morning news." all her aches and pains. and i said "come to class, let's start walking together" and i said "and i bet you money you'll be able to do that senior walk". that day i said "ok it's me and you girl, me and you!" i said "if you need to stop, there's a bench we'll just hang out in the shade." she said "absolutely not! we are going to finish this race!" and we were the last ones in, but you know what? we finished the race. and she goes "desiree, i'll never quit walking. ever" i have cervical cancer. from an infection. human papillomavirus. who knew hpv could lead to certain cancers? who knew my risk for hpv would increase as i got older? who knew that there was something that could have helped protect me from hpv when i was 11 or 12, way before i would even be exposed to it?
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largest municipal debt settlement in u.s. history. the atlantic reports that it could take years to extradite the drug pin known as el chapo. a mexican drug posed poned his trip to the u.s. so two appeals could be heard. he is wanted in seven u.s. court districts on charges of murder and drug dealing and other counts. the "los angeles times" reports that the oscars organization is offering membership to its most diverse group ever. actors idris elba and ice cube are among the people getting ifgs from the academy of motion pictures, arts and sentences. the group has faced criticism because its membership is overwhelmingly white and mail. "usa today" announce the miss teen pageant is dropping its swimsuit contest. they will be judged in a new athletic wear event. pageants entrants range in age from 15 to 19. still ahead, foam-free
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grown to rely on newsfeed will see less traffic. facebook plans to start the changes this week. newsfeed is seen by more than 1.5 billion users every month. uber says it will keep a closer eye on its drivers. they are testing new software that monitors how they are driving and looking at things like speeding and sudden acceleration and braking and whether they are holding phones while they drive. if you need a cereal fix, kellogg's is opening an upscale cereal cafe in new york times square. you can add ingredients like lemon zest and pistachios. one cereal will cost about $7 depending on what you pick. this is an effort to boost sagging cereal sales. they will also sell cereal and ice cream which, by the way, you can top with cereal. >> 7 bucks? come on! >> i'm a cereal person. i think i'm going to try it. >> you tell me and give me the review. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot,
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researchers from rutgers university and atlantic cape community college. >> we are using drones to look at the variation in the crop and detect any kind of diseases. >> reporter: peter outerman records video and infrared photos to get the most accurate picture what is happening in this cranberry blowing. it will produce berries like this. to make sure that happens the drone spots areas that are too wet or too dry or need fertilizer. >> the data comes in as small photographs that we then mosaic together and we can analyze them in different ways. >> reporter: without the technology, farmers would have to walk 1,200 acres to spot stes. with the drones, they can do it in just minutes. >> this spot is going to have no cranberries. >> reporter: the drones showed more than 5% of the area has a fung fungus. sounds like a game-changer in terms of farming. >> absolutely. it will change the whole way we do things. we will be able to do site specific and agricultural, you
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here is another look at this morning's top story. turkish and u.s. authorities are becoming increasingly convinced that isis was behind the suicides bombing at isistanbul' main airport. the three attackers started shooting before detonating bombs. many were injured by the gunfire. no one has claimed responsibility. now a follow-up on a florida woman we told you about who has turned into an overnight star after a star spangled performance. omar villafranca has more. >> reporter: it was during a family vacation, a trip to the must-see lincoln memorial, with when star swain's family decided she should live in the moment.
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♪ oh say can you see by the dawn's early light ♪ >> a friend recorded it on his phone. ♪ what so proudly we hailed ♪ >> i was so nervous and so scared. >> reporter: everybody was looking at you. >> the bombs bursting in air ♪ >> reporter: her voice echoing perfectly through the memorial. ♪ through the night that our flag was still there ♪ >> reporter: the video has gone viral. 30 million views and counting. ♪ star-spangled banner yet wave ♪ >> i can't really take any of the credit because it's a gift. >> reporter: what kind of response have you got since the
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video has been posted? >> it's been a lot of veterans. >> reporter: one, a mother of a soldier in afghanistan. >> so that young lady has brought me to tiers, so i just wanted you to tell her -- thank you. >> reporter: swain sings every week at her tallahassee, florida, church, but she is willing to go back to d.c. for an encore. pie in the sky, your wildest dreams come true, where is your next performance? >> at the white house. wildest dream! ♪ and the home of the brave >> reporter: omar villafranca, cbs news, tallahassee, florida. >> i got chills yesterday and today. she is great. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a crackdown against so-called
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ticket botch. plus more on the academy of motion picture arts and science is diversifying its ranks. . that is the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day.
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good morning, paying more at the pump big vote that could lead the way to higher gas prices in the garden state. and shocking grief in germantown after a three-year old boy was shot and killed. this morning authorities are working to figure out exactly what happened, we will have an update on their investigation. this is man police say is wanted for brazen broad daylight attack in a wilmington park what the victim says happened just before the a assault. today is thursday, june 30th good morning i'm jim donovan. i'm brooke thomas. we're getting your day start i with a check of weather and traffic with katie and meisha. >> how are roads looking. >> we have a ton of construction, you guys this will hang up around you. around 5:00 it clears but so


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