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captioning funded by cbs it's thursday, july 7th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." please, sister, don't tell me you just did this to him. >> breaking overnight. for the second straight day, another deadly shooting at the hands of police. the woman who witnessed her boyfriend's killing live streamed the aftermath for the world to see. >> oh, my god. please don't tell me he's dead. please don't tell me my boyfriend just went like that. and hundreds of miles baton rouge reeling in the killing of
alton silver is killed and the mother vows to fight for justice. >> i will not rest or not allow him to be swept in the dirt! >> reporter: in the race for the white house, the investigation might have cleared hillary clinton, but, today, the fbi director gets grilled on capitol hill over his handling of the e-mail server case. and donald trump brings the movie "frozen" into his fight over a tweet critics call anti-semitic. how he is using a disney remove to prove his point. 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. well, for the second straight day in a row we begin with a deadly police shooting. the victim, a black male was shot yesterday during a traffic stop in a suburb of st. paul, minnesota. his girlfriend was in the car he was driving.
her young daughter was in the back seat when they were pulled over. a live stream video streamed by his girlfriend on facebook appears to show the incident after the shooting and we want to warn you, this is graphic material. >> you killed my boyfriend. >> reporter: diamond reynolds says her boyfriend castille was carrying a licensed handgun when they were pulled over. >> he let the officer know that he was -- he had a firearm and he was reaching for his wallet and the officer just shot him in his arm. >> reporter: the video shows castille slumped over in the front seat and his shirt good blooy as the police officer points his weapon through the window. >> i told him to get his head out. >> you told him to get his i.d., sir, and his driver's license. >> reporter: reynolds says the officer opened fire as castille was following the officer's instructions. >> you shot four bull it's into him, sir. he was just getting his registration, sir.
>> reporter: reynolds was ordered from the car. >> ma'am, get out of the car with your hands up. let us see your hands. exit now! keep them up! keep them up! >> where is my daughter. you got my daughter? >> reporter: reynolds and her daughter were not injured. castille died at the hospital where his mother spoke to the media. >> he never been in no trouble. he did everything by the law and he died by the law. >> by the hand of the law. >> reporter: castille would have turned 33 tomorrow. >> we have an officer-involved shooting and, you know, 30 years or more. i'd have to go back in the history books to tell you truth. long prior to my tenure on the department. so, you know, it's -- you know, it's -- it's shocking. >> no officers were injured and it's your clean just how many officers fired shots. the minnesota bureau of criminal apprehension has been called in to investigate.
another deadly. the day before is sparking outrage. a black man was killed by white officers in baton rouge, louisiana. alton sterling was shot while he scuffled with police. hena daniels has more from new york. >> reporter: crowds remain outside the triple s convenience store in baton rouge wednesday night. long after the vigil honoring alton sterling had ended. state represent was among those who spoke just feet from where he was shot and killed by police. >> some people say we couldn't come out here without burning up our own building, without tipping over our feet but this is baton rouge, louisiana jam! >> reporter: many of those expressed anger of the footage online. the latest one taken by the convenience store owner, shows sterling being shot multiple times as officers pinned him to the ground. >> i'm mad because they took my
son! i'll never ever get him back! >> reporter: a law enforcement office says they recovered a gun from sterling after the shooting but the family proves the video proves his life was snatched unfairly. >> the officers involved in his shooting took away a man with children who depended upon their daddy on a daily basis. >> reporter: federal investigators plan to review videos and speak to witnesses as part of their probe. demonstrators say they won't stop demonstrating until justice is served. hena daniels, cbs news. the investigation into hillary clinton's use of private e-mail servers is officially closed but fbi director james comey is under fire following the decision not to prosecute. he'll face tough questions today on capitol hill. meanwhile, clinton and donald trump pulled no punches on the campaign trail. craig boswell reports. >> reporter: gop presumptive nominee donald trump campaigned in ohio with former house
speaker newt gingrich who is on the list for possible vice presidential picks. >> in one form or another, newt gingrich is going to be involved with our government. >> reporter: trump renewed his attacks on opponent hillary clinton over her e-mail scandal. >> hillary clinton claims that the reason for her illegal use of a private insecure e-mail was that it was more convenient to use just one device. oh. >> reporter: earlier, clinton stood in front of a shuddered trump casino in atlantic and secured the businessman for his business practices. >> donald trump doesn't think going bankrupt is a big deal, but it's devastating if you're someone who plays by the rules. >> reporter: the attorney general accepted the fbi's recommendation and closed the case on clinton's e-mails. but house republicans aren't satisfied. the house oversight committee is summoning fbi director james comey to the hill thursday. >> we want to know why they are not going to prosecute. everything that doctor comey
said would lead you to believe she did violate the law. >> reporter: a clinton aide tweeted that the government continues to play politics. donald trump says his campaign should not have deleted a tweet containing an image some consider anti-semitic. it contained an imageage that had appeared on a white supremacist website. yesterday trump said the star is just a star and not the star of david. later, he tweeted a coloring book for "frozen" that featured a red star. trump said where is the outrage? hillary clinton nished a higher education initiative to help with college tuition. her proposal allows some fams to pay no tuition at instate colleges and public universities. bernie sanders called it a bold initiative. it means the dream for higher education for all will become a reality. >> it will improve the economic future of our country and make
life immediately better for tens of millions of people stuck with high levels of student debt. >> sander says clinton's tuition plan will affect 83% of the families in this country. sander was reportedly booed during a meeting with house democrats who pressed him on when he would endorse hillary clinton to help foster party unity. during yesterday's tense meeting, he dodged questions about endorsing clinton, but it's reported the clinton and sanders campaigns are discussing a potential event next week when he would endorse clinton. . coming up on the "morning news." we will discuss fbi director's testimony with john heilemann, managing editor of bloomberg politics and co-host of "the circus." the death of a navy seaman in may has been ruled a homed. 21-year-old james lovelace drowned in a pool while dressed in full gear. a coroner yesterday said a navy s.e.a.l. exterior pushed him
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this. >> reporter: and he built is to they will come. he is the 63-year-old founder of a ministry called answers in genesis. ham is a young earth creationist, a christian who believes the world is 6,000 years old. dinosaurs lived alongside people and evolution is junk science. >> i think what this place will do for christians is to embolden many of them. >> reporter: is this a christian's disney or is this more than that? >> no. it's much more than that. >> reporter: but some critics see the ark a celebration of ignorance. others plain employees have to be christian and sign a statement of faith. and believe the ark's 18 million dollars in state tax incentives travel the line between church and state. but a federal court allowed it. critic jim hellton. >> noeah's ark is a church.
>> reporter: ham hopes for 2 million visitors in the first year. >> they can scuff all they want and be critical all they want. you know what? i invite them all to come here. >> reporter: noah hunkered down for 40 days and 40 nights. visiting this arc will run you $40. mark strassmann, cbs news, willia williamstown, kentucky. here is another look at this morning's top stories. police shot and killed a man in minnesota during a traffic strop and graphic streamed live on facebook appears to show the incident. the victim was carrying a licensed firearm. his girlfriend and daughter were until the car when they were pulled over. she says police shot her boyfriend for no apparent reason. a civil rights investigation into the fatal shooting of a black man in police in baton rouge, louisiana. the incident was captured on vide video. alton sterling was selling cds
outside a convenience store and was stopped by police. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," gretchen carlson's lawsuit against the ceo of fox news. plus, how how some of the popular sunscreens may not be protecting you. >> that's all ahead on "cbs this morning." that is the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day.
watching, i'm anne contractors . live from the cbs broadcast center in philadelphia. this is cbs3 "eyewitness news" this morning. an had innocent teenager was caught in the cross fire. we'll show you where the 16-year-old girl was walking when she was hit by gunfire and the possible link to someone who showed up to a hospital minutes later. . happening right now, a woman live streams the aftermath of a fatal police involved shooting. it's a story that is sparking outrage. we'll tell you what happened right particular the shots were fired. the mercury rises after a day of excessive heat. it will show you how hot it will feel today and the big question is when we get relief ot it will today is thursday. i'm jim donovan van. >> i'm brook thomas, we're going goat you started with a check on weather and traffic. a lot going on today.