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it's monday, august 29th, 2016. it's monday, august 29th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." critics say donald trump is using the celebrity's cousin to score votes. now he is reaching out to minority voters in a new way. overnight, passengers are sent running from l.a.x. after bogus reports of a shooting grounding flights at one of the busiest nation's airports. colin kaepernick doubles down on his refusal to stand for the national anthem.
hear his surprising response. beyonce shines with the night's biggest awards. 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. donald trump says he'll make what is a major speech on immigration this week in arizona. trump was expected to make a speech dealing with immigration earlier this month, but that was delayed following remarks that seem to indicate he was softening his hardline position. hena daniels is here in new york with more. >> good morning. trump's announcement comes as he continues to reach out to minority voters. the task proving more difficult after the republican nominee sent out a series of highly controversial tweets over the weekend after the murder of an african-american mother of four in chicago. >> reporter: donald trump took to social media to detail plans for a, quote, major speech on
immigration in arizona wednesday before big crowds. the development comes amid speculation the republican candidate is softening some of his hard line proposals, including plans to create a deportation force. appearing on cnn sunday, running mate mike pence maintained trump has stayed consistent. >> we will have a mechanism for dealing with people in this country that you heard the word humanely again. it's going to be fair. it's going to be tough, but there will be no path to legalization, no path to citizenship unless people leave the country. >> reporter: trump is facing an uphill climb trying to win over minority voters. the effort grew more difficult over the weekend after the republican nominee tweeted about the death of nba star dwyane wade add being, quote, african-americans will vote trump. >> he is trying to make the case that the increasing random crime in murders is essential to all of us. >> reporter: hillary clinton is trying to paint trump as hostile
toward minorities, while dealing with criticism over a so-called pay to play operation between the clinton foundation and the state department. >> it's not pay to play unless somebody, you know, actually gave somebody 50 cents to say -- no. >> reporter: the democratic nominee is off the campaign trail hold are more fund-raisers with healthy donors. police say they have arrested two brothers and charged them with the fatal shooting of that mother and held without bail and charged with first-degree murder and attempted murder. >> hena daniels, thank you so much. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk to dan senor about trump's immigration plan. operations at los angeles international airport are slowly returning to normal after a false report of shots fired, disrupted airport operations and passengers. last night reports of a gunman sent panic passengers running on to the tarmac. police rushed to the scene but
now report there were only loud noises, no gunshots at all. the source of the noise is unknown. flights to and from the airport were delayed, though. and a person wearing a zorro costume was detained. he says he was an actor at the airport to pick somebody up and he forgot to take his costume off. he was wearing a mask and fake sword. this morning, forecasters are watching two weather systems expected to impact the southeast united states. one tropical depression formed in the atlantic and reach north carolina's outer banks tomorrow and it's expected to produce 1 to 3 inches of rain. the other storm is moving through the florida straits and expected to produce rain across southern florida and the keys before moving into the gulf of mexico. folks in western pennsylvania hope to dry out today. yesterday, storms produced heavy rain and local flooding in pittsburgh. roads were shut and drivers were
stranded. at least four people had to be qued, but rescued but no one was seriously injured. in cincinnati, flooding. power was out to more than 12,0 12,000 residents and some schools are closed today. the driver of a bus who slammed into a fire truck in louisiana is being charged with negligent homicide. two people were killed, including a fire chief. the bus was taking flood recovery workers from new orleans to baton rouge. the fire truck was on the scene of a previous accident. the bus hit the fire truck and then slammed into another car and a passenger in the rear seat was killed. in northwest louisiana, police are searching for three escaped convicts. they escaped from prison saturday night. they apparently jumped over two rolls of razor wire. now two were serving time for robbery. one for attempted murder. they should be considered dangerous. san francisco 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick
says he'll continue sitting during the national anthem until he sees significant change in this country's race relations. kaepernick was spotted sitting during the anthem before the 49ers played a preseason game against green bay friday. he refused to stand at san francisco's two other preseason games as well. >> there's a lot of things that need to change. one specifically is police brutality. there is people being murdered unjustly and not being held accountable. cops are getting paid leave for killing people. that's not right. that's not right by anyone's standard. >> the nfl says players are encouraged, but not required, to stand during the playing of the national anthem. passengers on a southwest airlines jet forced to make an emergency landing after one of its engines exploded are praising the crew. southwest flight 3472 was en rou route.
it made an emergency landing in pensacola, florida. kris van cleave reports. >> reporter: passengers say it started with a loud boom and the smell of smoke. when they looked out their windows they saw this. the leading edge of the metal casing around the number one engine was ripped away, exposing the fan blades of this boeing 737. >> it was shaking and that sound. >> yeah, just like blew. then there was that rattling after it. >> reporter: these were among the 99 passengers and five crew on the flight heading to new orleans on saturday morning. >> the person across of us was crying, saying he was going to die. everybody trying to calm everybody down. >> reporter: oxygen masks dropped from the ceiling. pictures show pieces of the damaged engine flew off and struck the plane, gouging the
fuselage and forcing an emergency landing in pensacola, florida. >> this is a tried and true engine and tried and true airplane and very bad uncontained failure. >> reporter: steve waller is the fed of the faa office of investigation. >> this is unusual. a modern airline pilot starting today could fly a 35-year career and never experience a single-engine failure. >> reporter: the flight landed safely. tammy richards and her family were sitting along the wing. >> pilot, he was amazing. southwest has amazing pilots. he saved our lives. >> reporter: airliners are designed to fly safely on one engine. so far, no reports of any damage on the ground. ntsb investigators arrived on scene and have started inspecting the aircraft. southwest said it is not planning fleet-wide engine checks. kris van cleave, cbs news, washington.
two united airlines pilots are expected in a scottish court today after allegedly being arrested for being drunk. the crew was arrested in the cockpit saturday as they were preparing to fly 141 passengers from scotland to the u.s. the flight was delayed for ten hours before replacement crew arrived. italian authorities say they will investigate whether negligence raised 9 death toll in last week's earthquake. at least 290 people died when three towns were flattened. official want to know if buildings collapsed because codes were not followed. and they are trying to keep organized crime away from lucrative rebuilding contracts. a member of the cbs family is making headlines. >> some of you may have heard rumors lately that i won't be hosting the sunday morning broadcast very much longer. well, i'm here to tell you that the rumors are true. >> charles os good is signing off after 22 years as host of
cbs sunday morning and leaves the show at the height of its popularity. he broke the news with a song. ♪ a long time since i've been home and i've got to be drifting along ♪ >> his final sunday morning will be september 25th. he will continue his popular cbs radio feature, the osgood file. coming up on the "morning news." an angry tweet. a rapper says he was treated disgustingly by chicago police when he wanted to report a crime. and coming to america. the number of syrian refuges to arrive in the u.s. reaches a target today. this is the "cbs morning news." if you've gone to extremes to escape your nasal allergies... try clarispray. from the makers of claritin. clarispray provides 24-hour, prescription strength relief from sneezing, runny nose, and nasal congestion. return to the world. try clarispray today.
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award at last night's vmas taking the stage several times in celebration of her career. the night's other big winner, beyonce wowed the crowd with a 16-minute re-creation of her visual album "lemonade." even kanye west's moment on stage was relatively mild as far as kanye moments go. a rapper tweets his frustration with chicago police. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the "chicago tribune" says the police department has apologized to the rapper known as rhymefest. he tweeted a video showing how he was treated saturday when he described how he had been robbed add g at gunpoint. >> i told you exactly what my problem was. >> you can't do that in a police station. >> rhymefest tweeted you wonder we don't report crimes? the hip-hop artist was not hurt in the robbery and there have
been no arrest. "the washington post" reports a failed attack at a catholic church in indonesia. a man brought a bomb into mass and it did not detonate. police say he had items bearinging the isis ig significa insignia. mayors are denying saying the burqini may not be banned. some women have been fined and ordered to leave beaches. "slate" reports the u.s. will reach its target number of of syrian refuges today. the us ambassador to jordan says 10,000 people fleeing the civil war will have been settled in the fiscal year of 2016. the obama administration denies donald trump's charge that the refuges pose a threat. still ahead, rethinking the 40-hour workweek. amazon launches a plan to let
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fans are mourning the death of long time mexican singing superstar juan gabriel. he died yesterday in california of a heart attack. mexico's president called him one of the great musical icons of our country. gabriel was of 66. amazon cuts back the workweek and microsoft tackles online hate. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. fed chair janet yellen laid the groundwork for a possible fed hike this year. she spoke in wyoming. she had the improvement in the labor market and solid consumer spending. the dow lost nearly 154 points for the week. the s&p finished down 14 for the week. . the nasdaq 18 points. amazon is experimenting with a 30-hour workweek for some employees. the workers will be part-time tech employees and work monday
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don't wait. call now. here's another look at this morning's top story. donald trump plans to give a major speech on illegal immigration wednesday in arizona. the speech was set for last week but postponed amid speculation that trump was softening his hard line position. a report of a gunman at los angeles international airport turned out to be false. airport operations were disrupted and major delays last night. police say there was no evidence of shots fired and reports were spurred by unspecified loud noises. last week's earthquake in italy damaged thousands of homes and business. here in the united states, there are concerns about whether structures are earthquake-ready. carter evans reports from los angeles.
>> reporter: the century's old town is pulverized in the italy quake are far from the los angeles's sky line both in condition and construction style, but cal tech >> we have buildings all over the state that are a hundred years old, so unless they have been retrofitted, they are just as vulnerable as the buildings in italy. >> reporter: brick buildings crumbled in downtown napa when a 6.0 quake struck in 2014 but damage was limited because many had already been strengthened. if that building isn't reinforced what happens to it in a large earthquake? >> without any type of strengthening is what i call a deaf box. >> reporter: this is a seismic safety instructor and an engineer. >> before this can be reinforced, if earthquake happen here, this will have a major,
major damage, even collapse. >> reporter: even if it's all concrete? >> yes. >> reporter: the city of los angeles alone has identified 13,500 small residential apartment buildings that need strengthening which can cost tens of thousands dollars each but he says owners can start small. >> you don't have to fix everything and you don't have to be perfect about it. >> reporter: but every little thing you do makes a difference? >> that is correct. >> reporter: experts say even many of the newer buildings in california with only earthquake resistant and that means they are designed to get people out alive but may not be inhabitable afterwards. carter evans, cbs news, los angeles. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on charles osgood announcing he is retiring as anchor of "cbs sunday morning." and james park unveils the
test. test. test. this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news" this morning. flea teenagers are shot overnight in the grays ferry section of philadelphia. we're live with the detectives as they try and uncover more details about the shooter. >> panic at one of the largest and bus years airports. passengers were sent running at lax after report of active shooter. turns out no shots were fired, but we'll tell you what authorities led to the scary moments. and, storm scan, shows center city this morning, and the wide of our area, temperatures are going up today, and for much of the week, justin is here with your monday forecast. well, good morning everyone, today is monday august 29th, i'm jim donovan. >> hey, there i'm brooke thomas. we're getting your day started with a check on weather and tr