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>> airport workers may strike in time to disrupt travel for the democratic national convention? philly next week. a day of clean up ahead after strong storms tear through delaware county and bring down this 40-foot silo that stood tall for decades at swiss farms. >> today is tuesday, july the 19th, i'm jim donovan. >> i am havertown, delaware county particularly hard hit, that's where we find jan carabeo this morning. >> reporter: good morning, power crews will be very busy here today, so are clean up crews, and that's because these strong storms actually ripped through delaware county yesterday, damage add lot of trees in the area, a lot of utility polls, and here at this swiss farms on eagle road in havertown, you can see the damage done here, symbol of the store that stood here for 40 years, at the wooden silo, it used to stand right beside
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an ice machine, right up against the building, well it, came crashing down yesterday, the debris now sits in a pile of rubble here in the parking lot. all that's left of the swiss silo are broken piece he is of wood, the 40-foot structure that stood here for decades shattered when strong winds and heavy rain blew through delaware county on monday. >> pretty devastating, after 40 years, kind of sad, now we have next 40 years with a new one. >> swiss farms, ceo, scott, pledges to rebuild the store's symbol. employees are just happy no one was hurt. the silo came down in the drive-thru lane when the store was open. >> all the sudden we just heard like this crackling noise. there was like nothing there. >> about mile away on miller lane near olympic avenue, the family feeling lucky as well, two trees came down and lit their home. erin inside with her baby. >> i could tell the win was picking up. so i went down the basement
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with my seven month old and the dog and heard a big bang and some whistling winds but didn't think this was what i was going to walk out to. >> one of the trees fell on to the nursery exact spot the family stood before taking cover. >> thank god for cell phones, and found out everyone was okay. >> neighbors in awe of the storm's power, and left with a big clean up on their hands today, as utility crews work to restore power to the homes still left in the dark. back out here live at the swiss farms in havertown, we are told the damage here cost about $100,000, the store, how much, will reopen today. meantime, here in delaware county, peco says 20,000 households were without power at the height of the storm, and they now say the number around 2200, so progress is being made, and we have seen number of utility crews out and about this morning trying to get everybody back on line. for now, live in havertown, jan carabeo, cbs-3,
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"eyewitness news", jim, brooke, back into you. >> $100,000, that's a big bell >> expecting much nicer weather today? >> that's right. not bad for the middle of summer. humidity levels will drop as we head into the afternoon, good day to be outside today and certainly tomorrow. good stretch of weather coming at us, heat returning later in the week. clouds, actual cold front, passing on by action moving through dry, 74 the current temperature at the airport, calm win, but we do have mid 60s tort north and west in some of the suburbs allentown, 59 in mount pocono, now, the comfort index looking whole lot better. dew point temperature most yours humidity in the air, 67 degrees, yesterday they were well to the 70s, still feeling steamy but will start to drop into the 60s and 50's this afternoon, so call it pleasant. today looks like heatwave will come to end with temperatures upper 80s, still warm, average this time of year, a lot of
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sunshine once these mid to high level clouds pass by over the next couple of hours, dry stretch will continue. so today's high up to 88 degrees for philadelphia, mid 80s at the shore, great beach day, mid 70s in the poconos, don't get used to it, though, because talking about some of the hottest temperatures of the summer season ahead in the seven day, i'll let you know when they arrive in a few minute. >> good morning to you, well, looking outside right now, things are looking okay, guys. looking at the vine it was closed overnight, getting used to, moving in both the westbound and eastbound side, see particularly the westbound side, really getting slow as you try get on to the schuylkill, eastbound side still looking pretty good. westbound side looking heavy right now, boulevard headlight moving in the southbound direction approaching the schuylkill. looking great. take a look at that, beautiful thing, that sun just starting to rise right now. boulevard looking good. 422 tail light are moving in the eastbound direction, this is at the pa turnpike and again look at them, sky absolutely gorgeous, guys. construction, 495 northbound,
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between 12th street and edgemore lane. so, it will be lingering this for quite some time. make note that far many construction, between lansdale, mid-county. northbound site, southbound side the right lane block. and also, 422 eastbound between sanatoga and royersford right lane blocked until around 7:00. brooke, over you. >> thanks, the republican national convention resumes this evening with roll call. last night the convention kick offer with the senate speakers who painted bleak picture of the united state. now, weijia jiang reports, it is the speech that melania trump last night star attraction causing a stir. >> we present the next first lady of the ooh needed state, my wife. >> donald trump's wife melania stole the show on the owning night of the republican national convention. >> my husband is ready to lead this great nation.
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>> mrs. trump's speech was well received among party members. but twitter exploded with backlash, and accusations, that mrs. trump's speech included two passages plagiarize dollars from michelle obama's speech at the 2008 democratic convention. >> we want our children and all children in this nation to know that the only limits at the height of your achievement is the reach of your dreams and your willingness to work hard for them. >> we want our children in this nation to know that the only limit to your achievement is the strength of your dreams and your willingness to work for them. >> controversy cammed off already chaotic opening day. >> some delegates tried to force roll call vote, but the last ditch effort to stop trump failed. today, delegates will officially vote to nominate
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trump, the theme of the day is make america work again. and several high profile republicans are set to take the stage. >> house speaker paul ryan, new jersey governor chris christie, donald trump, jr., also scheduled to speak. weijia jiang, for cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> justin fin love have more on melania trump's speech including side by side comparison with the michelle obama speech from 2008. >> our jessica dean traveling to cleveland for the republican national convention. look for her live reports starting tonight at 11:00 here on "eyewitness news". >> and, we're counting down to the start of the democratic national convention right here if philadelphia, all starts in less than a week. him hill on the campaign trail in las vegas today, expected to announce her vp pick by friday. the presumptive democratic presidential nominee attended the naacp annual convention yesterday in cincinnati. she condemned recent killings
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of police officers in dallas and baton rouge, saying, threatens nation's ability to make progress toward criminal justice reform. also reminded the crowd that donald trump was the first presumptive gop nominee it turn down the organization's invitation to speak in 20 years. >> let us not forget the first time donald trump was included in the new york tips was in 1973 when the justice department went after his company for refuse to go rent ants to african-americans. >> now, afterward clinton rallied supporters at the university of cincinnati. stay with "eyewitness news" for continuing coverage of the campaign 2016 on the radio with "kyw news radio" and 1210wpht, on line with cbsphilly.comment on tv with cbs news, of course, your "eyewitness news" team here on
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cbs-3. >> happening today, airport workers rallying for better pay at the philadelphia international airport. 1,000 employees vote today walk off their jobs next week during democratic national convention. baggage handlers, cabin cleaners, wheelchair attendant, others employees, demanding 15-dollar per hour starting rage and union representation. they hope arriving dgates ll emr cause should they walk out. >> mt. laurel police are trying to find out who put a swastika on a burlington county condo they had place dollars tribute flag and other pro-police symbols on display after the murder of five dallas police officers. asked not to be identified still wondering if that's the reason. >> threat against my family, my husband, is jewish, we have tribute flag for fallon officers, displayed outside of our condo. is there a threat against mt.
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laurel police? >> this is under investigation, as a hate crime. if you have any information, call mt. laurel police, you can remain anonymous. >> woman accusing him of session all assault must be scaled back. cosby accuses andrea constand, her mother, the national inquirer and others violated confidential settlement agreement. constand accuses the comedian of 2004 sexual assault, and he awaits trial in montgomery county court. the judge says cosby can't sue constand for talking to investigators but allows cosby suit to continues over more recent statements including newspaper interview. >> coming up. ment monsoon season returns out west. see the damage this massive storm left behind. >> ahead this morning, showing you new video just emerged showing the moment of trust plowed into a crowd celebrating bastille day in nice. >> new questions on how the seek sake -- zika virus
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>> crews work to go restore power in parts of phoenix, high winds left damage behind. >> take a look at this time lapse photography here, this video, of the system moving into center city. at this hour, peco still has more than 2,000 power outages, oh, i'm sorry, some places had wind gusts as high as ooh miles an hour, homes and street were left flooded, phoenix sky harbor international airport had delays because of wind, but operation haves since gone back to normal. >> we toll but the storms that left behind damage in havertown. this is time lapse video of the system moves into center sit what i jim was talking about earlier, at this hour peco still has more than 2,000 power outages in delaware county. new castle county delaware more than 3500 outages. a lot calmer today, justin >> already feeling better, too, showers, storms, pushing out all of the humidity, shot from berks county, kutztown, little ground level fog developing, still a lo valley.
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>> now, police are hoping could land some fugitives in jail. the manchester new ham hire police department facebook page, a pokemon character spot in the their booking area, the post says, if your name is on the following list, come down to the station to capture it, the post lose to most wanted list, waiting for pokemon loving fugitives to show up. >> never know, some criminals aren't that bright. coming up: college is expensive, so taking a look at the schools that give you the best value. >> plus, last thing you expect to swim out of the ocean, not a shark, but a wild bore. see what it does next to a beach fun every sunday bathers, justin? >> that's crazy. >> we'll see full sunshine, temperatures drop little bit, too, how long the weather lasts in eyewitness weather.
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>> welcome back on the cbs-3 health watch, new questions on how the zika virus spreads. >> trying to figure out how to care for a child though died for zika also got infected with the virus. caregiver did not have sexual contact with the patient, did not travel to infected areas. experts also say, the mosquito
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that spread zika is not typically found in utah. >> also, on the cbs-3 health watch, your favorite beer may be getting a make over, nutrition lables are being add today some beer bottles and cans, anheiser bush, melt encores, heineken, all letting you know what's inside. brewers will disclose calories, cashbs, alcohol content by volume and portion size, kraft bruce, how much, will not be adding labels to their beers. so you're down the shore, getting mad at someone for hogging the beach? >> it would be worse. check out this bizarre video from northern pole lands, where an enraged wild bore started terrorizing beach-goers, knocked over sand castles, even people, chasing people into the ocean by the way poland has some 300,000 bourse on the loose in the country. >> i don't think we'll be seeing that at the jersey shore. >> well, coming up in the next half hour of "eyewitness news", the speech everyone is talking about this morning. >> your work is your bond and
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you do what you say and keep where your words is your bond that do you what you say you are going do. >> melania trump now facing plagiarism accusations after a speech is compared to michelle obama's so much from eight years ago. we'll take a closer look at the similarities in both speeches. >> plus, an officer is attack and caught on camera. finds out what happened after this man through a rock at a local police officer next.
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>> finally getting break in the heat annum hide at this, perfect summer day justin will let us know when the extreme heat will return. good morning, everyone, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm brooke thomas. it is 3:00; here's what you need to know in your morning minute. >> your word is your bond.
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>> controversy this morning, over melania trump's speech and many are accusing mrs. trump of plagiarism. >> following powerful storms that swept through part of our region. >> a lot of clean up ahead here, a lot of power crews are around to get everyone back on line. developing this morning, a corrections officer and prisoner are both dead following an altercation at the luzerne county correctional fast ill it i in wilkes-barre. >> why is there so much hate right snow. >> trying to figure out who painted swastika on burlington county condo. >> before you tell me though, i'm a little parched. >> oh, you want a little -- >> just to wet the whistle. >> if you don't mind. >> right. >> i wouldn't mind bringing liquid. >> you presently don't know who it is? >> i don't have any liquid. >> ready? >> yes. >> it is donald trump.
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>> stewart making a appearance on the late show last night. >> my goodness. justin, what's going on outside on the skydeck? >> doing whole lot better. feels like yesterday heat, humidity, i think you will like today, tomorrow. in the past hour the humidity has dropped. going outside for the morning work out, jog, bike ride, feeling pretty goodment temperatures compared to this time yesterday actually cooler, what we are dealing with, cooler air mass the next 48 hours, anywhere two to 9 degrees cooler this morning, so, it is warm, in the seven's, mid 70s around philadelphia, and parts of south jersey and delaware, then up to the lehigh valley, berks county, little bit of fog, temps in the 60s, even 50's, up in the poconos. so that's the indication of that cooler drier air mass that will continue to shift south and east. as we progress into the afternoon, so looks like our heatwave will come to an end. we have six days of the degrees plus temperatures, today upper 80s, close to average, lots of sunshine, but lower humidity for the next couple of days. still few clouds over us right now, the actual cold front
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that's passing on by. it is coming through dry, see some showers out across western maryland, they stay to the south and west. so, mostly sunny up to 88 degrees for philadelphia, mid 80s along the shore points and 70s in the poconos, even cooler tomorrow. don't get used to it, though, big time heat coming at us over the next few days, we time it out coming up in a few minutes, we check in with meisha with a check on the roads. >> thank you, and good morning to all of you at home, happy tuesday, looking outside, surge starting to heat up now specially on it states and highways, look telling ben franklin bridge, heating up a little bit overall though ben franklin bridge looking pretty darn good. specially, now that we are in the 6:00 hour. sure, starting to heat up little bit there. but really for those every you coming from jersey in philly right now still looking okay. i would say, fairly typical in the world of traffic on the ben franklin bridge, that is. schuylkill, headlights moving in the eastbound direction, past montgomery, what you are looking at there, still traveling at posted speeds, but you won't be for much longer. and you are not, you are no
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longer, on the schuylkill westbound at city avenuement take look at this, coming up, just slow crawl at this point, hoping to key you at 55 miles per hour through at least around 6:30, but not going to happen here at city avenue. we can casino of expect that. now pull your attention to couple of accidents out there there is one, route 13, dupont highway, at the boulevard, two lanes blocked. that's certainly going to slow you down little built. another one northeast extension southbound, that right lane block there, brooke, over to you. >> thank, meisha a police officer hurt in coatesville after a manna tack him with a rock. watch as police say 29 year old eric watson through a rock at the officer's cruiser breaking the windshield. happened yesterday afternoon east lincoln highway. the officer stopped his car. investigators say watson tried to hit the officer in the head with the same rock. police say watson attacked a detective breaking his sternum. watson now held on $100,000 bail. he faces several charges including aggravated assault on an officer.
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>> tonight is donald trump's big moment at the republican national convention, the role call that formally makes him the party's nominee. >> this morning the talk centers around melania trump's convention speech. "eyewitness news" reporter justin finch is here it explain it all. >> jim, brooke, this will be a talker today, this morning, this afternoon, and for several days after. at issue is how is it that mrs. trump's address last night sounds so similar to michelle obama's 2008dnc speech? listen to these two lines some eight years apart. you work hard for what you want in life that your word is your bond and you say you do what you say you are going to do. then this: you work hard for what you want in life, that you are word is your bond and do you what you say you do and keep your prom ills. that was melania trump last one, first one mrs. owe bamm a now check them side by side. >> barack and i were raised with so many of the same values, like you work hard for what you want in life that
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your word is your bond that you do what you say you're going to do. >> the values that you work hard for what you want in life, that your word is your bond, and do you what you say and keep your promise, that you treat people with dignity and respect, even if you don't know them and even if you don't agree with them. >> that you treat people with respect, show value and morals in the daily life, that is the lesson that i continue to passalong to our son, and when you pass those lessons on to the many generations to follow. >> anbar and -- barack and i vet out with these values and to pass them on to the next
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generation. >> presumptive gop nominee, near the ten minute speech, there were no other major overlaps to report. mrs. trump's and mrs. obama's speech, between them, mrs. trump also addressed passions including women and children causes, trump's adult children are also speaking this week, too, takes the speech thursday, cam spain responding to mrs. trump's speech, in part, in writing her beautiful speech melania team of writers took note of her life inch st. patrick's cents in some instances fragments that reflect her own thinking. melania's immigrant experience and lover for america shown through her own speech which made it such a success. how was her speech received in cleveland? liking her to jackie kennedy, others a blow to trump's camp. no word yet from trump himself or the white house, but all over social media, throughout i'm sure the campaign, major issue, talk of this being
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plagiarism, which means, someone in the trump camp could be fired for this. >> wow. >> what do you is wonder, did they not -- who was the writer that, you know, spear headed this thing? >> i'm sure they will be talking about this. >> i'm sure. >> welshing reminder the democratic national convention starts in just six days, right here in philadelphia. stay with cbs-3 for complete coverage. turning onto business news, college is now the second largest financial expenditure for many families exceeded only by buying a phone. >> find the best quality financing, and value more than 700 of the nation's best colleges. cbs business analyst jill schlessinger joins us live from new york with the results, good morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning. >> jill, what are the best colleges? i think i can guess which one. >> reporter: sorry for everyone who wanted to be penn, but despite price tag of almost 65 grand, princeton your nab or to the north,
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number one. other brother. now check it out. the reason princeton is number one is that fewer than half of the families of the kids that attend actually pace as much of that 56 grand. the school provides grants to 60% of its students, including full rides for families that earn less than 60 grand, smaller grants for households earning as much as $200,000 a year. that will drive the typical princeton student pace about 20,000 bucks a year, imagine that, less than the cost of a lot of in-state public colleges. coming in close second, the university of michigan, public school that's highly affordable for in-state student, and that little place up in massachusetts, harvard, number three on the list. >> funny. also a link for college that add the most value, right? tell us about those? >> reporter: i love this, for this list the analysis focuses on comparative values for graduation rates, the kids
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if i were you, i'd grab a couple more... for next week. back to school or back for more? staples has the lowest prices... period. staples. make more happen. >> here is something cool about the temperatures at johnson's farm, pay the temperature tuesday. >> pat gallen live there this morning to tell us more about this, hey, pat? >> reporter: good morning, johnson's corner farm in medford, new jersey, as you said, pay the temperature day. so, today, i saw justin's forecast, looks like it will be 88 degrees today. so you come out, you pay 88 cents for small ice cream. that's perfect. i've already had donuts this morning, already had coffee. i've already pick corn. so much to do here, you saw me on the go part looking like a goof ball. this is the marking director here at johnson's corner farm. so tell us about all of the cool things that go on here. >> so much fun. as were you out in the farm
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today, getting corn, our family had an opportunity to go out to pick corn with their families, so much fun. take hey ride back, time to get cooled off here in the splash pad. so we don't have one but two splash pads, for the children can just enjoy good old farm fun. >> got to love it. not only do we have the splash pads, we have the farm, we have animals, as well? >> that's right. >> all of the animals out there, the goats, the cows. >> animal fun farm like none other, children can feed the animals, head back to the splash pad, we have two pedal go cart tracks, where the children can race one another have, great time, even we have some your size as we just saw, and mom, dad, grandmom, can take a tour, as women. we have pretend farm village, jungle gyms gal orr, sandbox cents, giant sandbox cents and after all of this fun, there is a lunch and ice cream right here on the farm. >> tell us about that ice cream, tai is pay the temperature day? >> absolutely, each and every tuesday from memorial day until labor day we offer ice
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cream at the current temperature. so tonight 88 degrees, you can't beat that, 88 cents for your ice cream, we offer half price admission to both our discovery barn and animal farm yard, as well. >> love it. can we get ice cream snow. >> we absolutely can, let's do it. >> hey guys, who want ice cream? >> me! >> you ready? >> let's g come on out. we're going to get ice cream. come on, let's go. hey, guys? >> identification cream! >> oh! hey, how are you doing? >> so sorry. he's enjoying ice cream, i figure let him have a good time. now a check on weather with what the temperature will be this tuesday. >> got to get jim some coffee to stick with us, almost done, got to get to 7:00. here. starting to get good comment about the low humidity, today, tomorrow. let's break down the water watchers from the backyard, seeing nice spread in temperatures, sole cool spots,
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gilbertsville, bethel, both coming in low and mid 60s, not bad for this time of year there is time of morning, up in eagleville, lou at 68 degrees, around philadelphia, really close to 70, 69 in newark, delaware, then we start braking into the 70s, further south, and east you go. to new jersey, 71, clementon, new jersey, dover, delaware, also coming in in the low 70s at andy's house, little cold front coming through, bands of clouds, not producing any rain, once the front passes get the nice dry and cooler air mass building in this afternoon. so hour by hour the humidity levels continues to drop. still calling it humid today. tomorrow even better. we call it pleasant. back to the humid side on thursday. then, on friday, typical late july heat and humidity returning to our forecast, sure, great place to be the next several days. really into the upcoming weekend, a lot every sunday shine, comfortable low humidity, 84 today, low 80s on wednesday and thursday, ocean little cooler now with the south-southwest breeze, recent will i, back to the mid 60s for the water temperature.
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over us right now, little trough in the jet stream allowing cooler air to filter in, it is really really averagey the weekends, so watch out for hazy, hot, humid conditions, heat indexes over 100 degrees, later on this week into the weekend, and possibly the hottest temperatures we've seen so far this summer season. today, though, near average 88 degrees, less humid tonight, comfortable, 60s even 50's in the suburbs, extended forecast, no big storm, so still dry, to the 90s friday, upper 90s saturday and sunday, meisha? >> all right, justin, thank you so much. good morning, everyone, kind of in the thick of it now, we typically cracking into the 7:00 hour any time basically monday through friday, especially monday through wednesday, so every tuesday, moving in the eastbound direction, at the boulevard, you can see, a loft brake lights going off there, moving in the eastbound direction. also, leading up to the schuylkill at the boulevard you can see pushing in the southbound direction, very, very slow moving, as well. no longer traveling at posted speeds there, and also, 59
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south at cottman coming around the s curve giving you birds eye view what you are looking at, there looking little slow certainly busier than what we saw ten minutes ago, accident clear, dupont highway northbound at bowled end boulevard, now cleared. we do have accident out there right now that's still active northeast extension southbound near valley forge road. that will right lane is block, jim, over to you. >> thanks, meisha a time is 6:50. a lot coming up on cbs this morning. >> nora o'donnell joins us from the floor of the rnc from cleveland. good morning. >> good morning to you, brooke, jim. we continue our coverage from right here from the floor of the republican national convention, we will take closer look look at similarities twine melania trump's speech and michelle obama's peach from 2008. we will ask trump's campaign manager about that, and rest of the convention when he joins us here at the table. plus ex trues i have interviews with hillary clinton, why she thinks the theing. >> what millennials really think about the presumptive
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nominee. news back in the morning. see in you just about ten minutes. >> thank you, we will be watching. >> now is the time many of us are traveling for those summer vacations, we all after flying on long flight could feel fatigue. >> could jet lag feel worse when headed east? doctor rob danoff is here with more on a study on how he can give us some advice to feel more replentish after trip. >> good morning. >> doctor rob, what did this study look at? >> it is interesting. we traveled so far and so fast. so it look like what happens when you cross time zones and the effect on our internal clock, our security ribbon, we found out normally working on 24 and a half hour day, not 24. so, going east to west, we do better with that. but going west to east, we have more likely to get jet lag. >> is it common in most people when they're doing traveling? >> it is, and specially those over 06, pilots, attendants, flight attendant, frequent flyers. they often are more subject to
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jet lag, especially going west to east. and when you cross more than two time zones. >> how do you know you're experiencing these symptoms? >> it is almost like a shift worker. you might get irritable, a lot of cuss get that way, but fatigue, trouble sleeping, queezy stomach, trouble concentrating, and normally jet lag will occur about one to two days after arrival at your new destination. >> so what are some things that folks can, the average traveler, to combat the jet lag? >> lot of stud fist you're able to sleep on a plane, i don't know if you can, hard, but they're saying take the red eye if you are going from west to east, because this way you eat dinner, you get ready, wear comfortable clothes and you sleep and you wake up, but don't drink alcohol if you can on a principal. >> i used to be flight attendant for eight years, and that was the kiss of death. if you would get off that plane and you would be not only intoxicated but there goes your first day in europe. >> it does. you know what happens, one drink on the plane because of high altitude is equivalent to
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two, three, on ground. also, you get dehydrated because the cabin is dry, want to drink water throughout try to walk around. try to decrease salty foods, you know, salty pretzels, try to avoid them, especially for the dehydration. >> take ago road trip in the car, how important is it, i wonder, to move around? >> brooke, you're so right, very important f we sleep for more than an hour at a time some people get swelling of the leg, we get concerned about blood clots, make sure you're breathing correctly, so every hour if you can try to stretch or maybe walk in the aisle. you know, not always easy but move your feet up and down, stretch your calf muscles, take some good deep belly breath. a loft times sitting, there not breathing correctly. that's very important for our bodies, and always look at dogs and cats, they stretch all the time. so in the seat, get up, stretch a little bit, you know, gout to be careful how do you, that but very important specially your legs and your feet, move them around, wack every hour if you can. and stay hydrated.
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>> even if you are not flying on vacation, though, a lot of people adjust their schedules on vacation, may sleep in little bit more, you really need to casino of get back to sing in order order to get back to work. >> good point. a lot of times people say about two days prior to you finish vacation try to get back to your sleep-wake cycle, normal eating cycle and just book that, monday morning rush. >> i don't think we'll ever get that, i just constantly feel like i'm flying to europe on this shift. >> we'll be right back with three things you need to know before go. >> it is three to go next.
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>> before we go three to go, republicans ready to give donald trump the formal nomination. last night his wife's speech drew controversy over similarities with michelle obama's speech at the 2008 democratic convention. >> workers at philadelphia international airport plan to rally for 15-dollar per hour wage and union representation. >> clean up continues after strong storms in the region. 40-foot silo came down in havertown. that's three to go. >> a check on weather and traffic, justin? >> it is a better day, if you don't look the heat and humidity, some of the storms pushing out humidity, 88,
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warm, best day of the week eight a tomorrow. heat returning by the weekend, look at that, upper 90s will feel like 100 with the humidity. >> hot. justin, thank you so much. remind you guys, five lines running interim schedule, still experiencing some delays out there, outside, train number 6781 is cans else, license dale doylestown 5305, 12 minute delays. >> meisha, if you are having hard time picking a candidate for president, listen to this, there is now new can date joining the race. >> and she is actually from our area. it is lucy the elephant. >> awe. >> according to her website will be announcing her candidacy saturday for her 155 birthday. party with free cake, too. heads up. if you're wondering, lucy's platform peanut for all. >> next on cbs this morning more coverage from the convention floor in cleveland. how young republicans are trying to convince their millennial peers to vote for donald trump. >> and remember to join you early, starting 4:30 a.m.
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have a great day. >> ♪ >> ♪ ♪ good morning, it is tuesday, july 19th 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning." we're on the floor of the republican national convention in cleveland, ohio. melania trump is accused of stealing parts of her headlining speech from michelle obama. trump campaign manager paul manafort joins us to respond. hillary clinton tells charlie why she thinks donald trump is the most dangerous presidential candidate in history. and new reports says
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