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e face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what i'll do as president. >> live from the cbs broadcast philadelphia, this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> hillary clinton takes a break from campaigning, after her doctor announce that is she's battling pneumonia. the diagnosis with the real after video shows clinton stumbling and aids helping her inside a van as she left new york's 9/11 ceremony
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yesterday. >> good afternoon, i'm rahel solomon, brooke thomas is off today. >> i'm jim donovan. >> cbs news correspondent jamie yuccas has more now. >> reporter: hillary clinton is recuperating at home day after video shows her stumbling and needing help getting into her suv. she was leaving september 11 event at ground zero. >> how are you feeling, hilly? >> great, great. >> later smiling clinton held her daughter's manhattan apartment. her campaign initially said she felt over heeded but sunday evening, her doctor announced that clinton had actually been diagnosed with pneumonia on friday. her republican opponent donald trump, who has repeatedly questioned clinton's health, expressed concern on cnbc. >> it was quite sad to be honest with you. and i hope she gets well soon. no satisfaction, believe me, whatsoever. >> clinton 69, clinton 70 neither released medical records, although this morning
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he did have a physical last weeks, plans to release those results soon. also released new ad attacking clinton's comments last week in a lgbt fundraiser assaulted half of trump supporters. >> you could put half of trump supporters into what i call the basket of deposition more deplorable. >> homophonic, you name t: >> people like you, you, and you, deplorable. >> clinton said she regret the comment. jamie yuccas, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> as the countdown to election goes to 56 days, stay with "eyewitness news" for continuing coverage of campaign 2016. and when you're not near a tv visit all right, and the talk of town this noon is the eagles carson wentz. >> the rook had i a terrific debut at eagles quarterback, the first game of the carson wentz era went against cleveland browns, it was also the first game for the new eagles head coach doug pederson, wentz through two
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touchdowns with no turnovers, no interceptions, no fumbles, the eagles beat the browns 29 to ten. in chicago week from tonight, right now, live look, peterson holds his very first pot game press conference as the eagles new head coach, peterson talks about the new era in eagles football. >> good we got little time. >> be okay -- >> yes, you know, it was just a game time decision yesterday, with tray, and felt in his best interest, and where we were as a team, that just rest him yesterday and then again he's got couple of good days here now to get ready. i feel comfortable and confident that tray will be ready to go. >> coach, doug pederson speaking there, his first post conference after taking a lead as head coach. and with all of the wentz mania, probably won't commas big surprise, fans are thrilled with the first game of the season, our jan carabeo
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had the chance to talk with fans after the win in week one. >> monday morning, great eagles victory, easy, domination over the cleveland browns. >> all smiles, sports radio 94wip in old city monday morning, eagles nation flying high, after an impressive debut by rookie quarterback carson went, commanding victory sunday afternoon at the linc. >> wednesday mania! >> wentz, not carson wentz. >> now the 29 to ten victory did come against the cleveland bridges, so those are both statements. but, even the toughest of critics now at least optimistic about the team's future. >> he came out and did he everything you could asked of a veteran quarterback, came from north dakota, had played one pre-season game. >> wip host angelo cataldi say the carson era in philadelphia
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has gun, many of his callers agree. >> see, carson wentz, taking control of the game, when he is going to feel, just beautiful. >> they hopped on the wentz wagon. next stop, chicago, against the bears. >> this is the future of philadelphia. isn't that beautiful? carson wentz, ya. >> and of course we want to hear your comments, sends them to us on facebook and twitter. conned up on air. in old city, jan carabeo, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> much more on the eagles mania just ahead. including a close up view of when one of the players in our cbs-3 cameraman, probably don't see often. stick around. >> well, in other news this noon, domestic dispute may have led to fatal stabbing stabn morrisey ville bucks county, police called to this home on foster drive after 4:00 a.m., and found 59 year old david dead from apparent stab wound. outside the home they also found an unidentified woman covered in blood.
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she was taken to saint mary's trauma center as is expected to survive. police say the woman told them she inflicted some sort of injury to the man before fleeing the home. it is one of the most high profile cases to go unsolved in recent history. twenty years after the tragic murder of john bone a ram zip, new details being revealed by her brother. >> today doctor phil fill sits down with the brother speaking for first time in a exclusive interview. >> the knife that -- the night your sister was killed, three people were in the house that we know of, you, your mother, your father. in the 20 years that's gone by, you're the one that has never spoken. never talked about this publicly. and you've decided to do so now. my question for you is why now? and why here? >> now, burke was nine years old when his sister was murdered. he is now 29.
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doctor phil fill joins us live from new york with more on this highly anticipated interview. yes, doctor phil, it's been 20 years, and the case still remains unsolved. burke ramsey's first media interview, you asked the question on the minds of so many. why now? >> doctor phil: well, you know, it is the 20 year anniversary, and it was very clear to him that he was going to be pushed to the forefront here. this thing has worked on so hard over the last 20 years, the internet is alive with people speculating about this, it has never calmed down over the last 20 years, and the missing link is burke ramsey. he has not spoken in 20 years, there are three tapes, one with a psychologist, and two interrogation tapes, that went missing some 18, 20 years ago. and people have wanted to see those. well, we have that sit-down interview with burke ramsey, speaking for the first time in 20 years, and we did find and recover those missing
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interrogation tapes and the tape with the psychologist, we're going to watch those with burke ramsey, and this is a no-holds wards interview. he agreed we would no rules, we ask about anything, talk about anything, and we do exactly that. >> doctor phil, a lot of times unsolved cases get forgotten but not this case. why do you think people still remain so interested? >> well, you know, i think there has been such an interest in this because at the time it was botched so badly. the police department had never handled a murder case before. it never handled a kidnapping case before. and this was a beautiful young girl, a very after fluent family, the father was head of a billion dollars company. they were living in a mansion in bolder, colorado. it got immediate national attention, then it became clear that the parents, lawyer, immediately, and the police did not cord off the crime scene. the body was found by the
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father in the home which meant it was contaminated with his dna. the mother through herself on top of the body, contaminating with her dna. and then the son disappeared. they did not make him available. so there were so many unanswered questions, and we're going to talk about those things. all of the questions people have been curious about. the pineapple that was found in her stomach on autopsy. where did it come from? the fact that he had hit her in the head with a golf club in a previous occasion. we talk about that. the mysterious boot print at the crime scene down in the basement. we talk about that. all of the theories of intruder whether the ramsey's did it, whether burke did it covered up by the parent because they didn't want to lose both children. all of these thicked are talked about in this interview with burkement and we had sit-down interview with his father for the first time in many, many years. did he a comprehensive interview and answered all questions.
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>> lots of grounds work to cover, doctor phil, thank you so much. and of course you can watch the three part season premiere of doctor phil starting say at 4:00 followed by "eyewitness news" at 5:00 and 6:00. right here on cbs-3. well, coming up on cbs-3 "eyewitness news" an early look inside washington dc newest museum scheduled to open later this month. with a presidential ribbon cutting before thousands of people. >> and here she comes. miss america. we will show you the winning moments, and also, the young woman who is making pageant
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fourteen americans killed in a san bernardino mass shooting... but after this tragedy - when pat toomey had the chance to ban suspected terrorists from buying guns - he voted against closing this loophole for terrorists -
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and with the gun lobby. katie: we have to do everything in our power to keep guns away from terrorists who threaten our way of life. i'm katie mcginty and i approve this message because we can't risk our families' safety on a loophole.
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>> proposed mariner east two pipeline gets attention tonight at middletown township council meeting. >> meeting at 7:00 and plans call for the pipeline to go through delaware county. the middletown coalition for community safety is concerned about the group, which it says goes near schools, parks, residential neighborhoods, supporters however say the pipeline which would carry natural gas liquids, would create jobs and help the economy. and, international headlines, cease-fire in syria goes into effect today at sundown. the deal brokered by the us and russia is intend today slow the deadly violence, and allow much needed humanitarian aid to reach neighborhoods, destroyed during the five year long war. if the trues holds for a week, russia and the us will carry out coordinated air strikes against isis. >> well, on cbs this morning, we got an advanced look inside the smithsonian's new national museum of african-american history and culture. >> the program, $540 million
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museum, will feature some 40,000 donated items including historical documents, images, plus, family photographs and heirlooms. also uniform from the famous air men, 20,000 people are expected when president obama cuts the ribbon on september 24th. >> and there she is. we have a new miss america today. >> and the new miss america is: miss arkansas. (cheers). >> now, miss arkansas, savvy shields, was crowned the 2017 miss america winner last night at atlantic city boardwalk hall. the 21 year old beat out 51 other women who also vyed for the coveted title. after her run as miss america, shields plans to return to the university of arkansas to finish studying art. and shields wasn't the only contestant making history last night. missouri urie's erin, was the first openly gay woman to compete in the miss america
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pan pageant. the 23 year old said she was excited to represent the lgbt community. big accomplishment. still ahead on "eyewitness news". >> see what it looks like when an eagles player is charging your way and you don't get out in the nick of time. what a game. what a hit. we hear from the cbs-3 photograph here was on the other side of that camera next. katy? >> do you not want to miss this video. it is worth the wait. meantime, this forecast, it is pretty phenominal. just wait until you see how it shapes up for the rest of the week. there are few hiccups along the way, but for the most part, maybe you will like what we have up our sleeve here. stick around.
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>> we have breaking news right now, two year old childs is dead after the child was shot in the chest inside a home in upper bucks county. chopper three over country road in milford township. now, state police say at this time the wounds appears self-inflicted and the two year old was returned to st. luke's hospital in quakertown where he was pronounced dead within the last half hour. we will of course continue to follow this story and have updates later today on "eyewitness news", on line any time, well, hard to follow something like that with a weather forecast, but let's switch gears. i mean, you have got a lot of things happening over the next few days. >> certainly. overall, some very, very pleasant coming our way for the next couple of days, started the day off feeling on the cooler side. couple spots in the 40's early this morning, 50's, certainly sweatshirt weather at its finest, now on pace to see the temperature reach the low 80s here this afternoon, the story
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for the next few days, today and tomorrow, before we start to see that hiccup move none that i had mentioned before we went to break. jim doesn't like that word, but i'll explain what i mean by that, we start things offer by taking you briefly out to storm scan3, frankly doesn't have a heck of a lot to show, all courtesy of high pressure locked in place, start to see the clouds or any that would have tried to form justice path. so very clear, it is very comfortable outside, if you have yet to step outside, i highly suggest it, it feels great. things are pretty quiet in the tropics whether it comes to waist going on near the shore points of the eastern seaboard, the gulf states, caribbean, how much, we did see some development within the last several hours, tropical storm ian, currently out there, across the center of the atlantic ocean, and it is expected thankfully right now that this storm will remain out to sea. so take a look at the spaghetti plot as we call it, couple of outline ers trying to bring this near the shore line of the us, but we tends to go with the concensus of the model, at least there is far out. it does appear the storm even
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completely bypasses atlantic canada. that's what we're hoping it will be, the turn of event here, we will certainly let you know if there are any updates, yes, tropical storm ear and, now another one, for the year, of 2016. meanwhile, we take a look outside the live neighborhood network, beautiful, clear as a bell, you don't have a single cloud in that sky. despite what is currently being reported to the southeasterly winds flow, it is a light breeze, you're at 77 here at this observation site, and it is just comfortable. the actual area temperatures currently generally mid to upper 70s across the board, eyeball, nothing odd about you mount pocono, cooler side by comparison, 64 the current temperature there, on pace to see real nice finish to the afternoon. soap, perfect baseball weather. seventy-three at first pitch, as the phils take on pittsburgh, big of course in state rivalry. sunshine for you to go along go it. that's about the time the sun starting to drop over the horizon here, but just comfortable outside. will stay that way. over night drop to the lower
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60s, if you want to turn the air conditioner off, back into tomrrow's high, high of 84, full sunshine to go along with it, and then here comes that little hiccup. it is just a little hiccup. 90 degrees where we top off. so it is hotter, more humid. we could see showers or thunderstorm that night. that's cold front crosses through, look what happens behind it, in the wake of the front, you're back to the upper 07 areas, struggling to even hit 08 degrees for couple of days, will feel just like it does right now, comfortable, sunny, beautiful couple of days. >> how about we come up with the solution with the hiccup began right into the 78? >> like put your head upside down, something like that? >> what's the thing with hick us? >> just well, you know, one, two, but when they do it repeatedly it, just gets annoying. thanks, katie. another look at our top sports story, this angle from our cameraman, kyle hall. he will be forever connected to carson wentz. and his first-ever nfl touchdown pass, because kyle sacrificed himself to get that
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all important shot. wentz hits jordan matthews with a pass, hits kyle sending him flying. kyle gave us an exclusive interview after getting hit in the mouth. >> i was just lining up in the corner of the end zone, waiting for him, you know, i hope the ball kind of comes near me. make for a good shot. there he goes, ten, 15 yards pass, right to mat use. i see matthews grab it, get both his feet in. then he keeps on lunging forward. i'm like he's coming right at me, okay. then he keeps oncoming, then the next thing i remember getting hit in the face and i go backward about 10 yards into the barrier, the back year. >> oh. if it were me i would be running the other direction. kyle walked away with bloody lip but is otherwise okay. >> thank goodness. he said he didn't get a concussion on the play, good for all of us here, because quite a hard hit there. i saw kyle yesterday as he was going out for the game, in the news room, have fun. he was going to be a natural star. pick up all over national
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newspapers. >> a memory for sure. >> he'll never
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>> coming up later today on "eyewitness news" at 5:00 you may be surprised who is getting scammed these days, consumers lose millions of dollars every year to scammers. i'll tell you who is falling for the scam, and how to avoid being scammed, at a . then at 6:00 taking action. the steps rowan university is take to go keep student safe after elevated lead levels were discovered in campus water. that's tonight at 6:00.
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>> maury's peer raging waters water park has gone to the dogs. >> quite literally. a look at his annual bark pool party, within 250 dogs took over the water park yesterday. to celebrate in closing for is the summer. >> had the whole park to themselves, proceeds of yesterday's party going to the new jersey spca. and the cape may county animal shelter. >> fantastic. >> how cute is that? they love it. look at this. so precious. can watch that all day. >> i'm telling you. >> that's "eyewitness news" at noon, i'm jim donovan. >> i'm rahel sullivan. thanks so much for watching. >> "eyewitness news" continues at 5:00. always on line for you at >> the young and the restless is next.
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you. >> jack: how? about what? >> phyllis: i let you believe i was committed to making our marriage work. i wasn't. [ voice breaking ] and i'm so sorry. all this time, all i've done... is betray you. >> jill: jack is gonna find out. you're gonna...break your brother's heart. you're gonna do irreparable damage to your family. and you're gonna blame me for that? i won't let you. [ breathlessly ] no, i -- oh! >> billy: hey. >> jill: don't, don't, don't. you're gonna trash your life, son!


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