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captioning funded by cbs it's monday, november 7th, 2016. just one day until the presidenti presidential election. this is the "cbs morning news." the fbi clears hillary clinton again, while clinton kept quiet on the subject, donald trump couldn't hold back. >> hillary clinton is the most corrupt person ever to seek the office of the presidency of the united states. and with one day to go, both candidates are barnstorming the battleground states as they make their final pitches to voters. >> an america where we prove, once and for all, that love
trumps hate. let's go vote, new hampshire! thank you! god bless you. 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. one day before the election, donald trump is crying foul, after the fbi cleared hillary clinton following a review of newly discovered e-mails. director james comey told congress clinton did not deserve tor prosecut to be prosecuted and triggered outrage on both sides of the aisle. meanwhile, candidates are making a last-minute push on the campaign trail. >> reporter: it was well after midnight when donald trump wrapped up a rally in virginia, just outside of washington, d.c. both candidates not wasting a minute of time in the final hours of the campaign and there is plenty of reaction to this letter from the fbi.
three paragraphs to members of congress clearing hillary clinton once again. donald trump capped a five-state campaign push in virginia overnight, railing against the fbi's decision to exonerate hillary clinton over her e-mail controversy. >> this is a rigged system. hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it. the fbi knows it. >> reporter: after reviewing thousands of newly discovered clinton e-mails, fbi director james comey penned another letter to congress on sunday revealing that investigators are standing by their july decision not to bring charges against the democratic nominee. >> we are glad this matter is resolved. >> reporter: clinton did not address reporters as she rallied in ohio with the help of lebron james and james taylor. >> i really believe that america's best years are still ahead of us. >> reporter: clinton's e-mail saga has haunted her throughout the entire campaign.
despite the fbi's final decision it is a debate on capitol hill. paul ryan urging people to vote for trump saying clinton believes she is always above the law and always plays by her own rules senate minority leader accused comey writing dr. comey created a political firestorm 11 days before a presidential election merely to confirm what we already knew, that secretary clinton's e-mail practices were legal. in a full day of rallies going from florida to new hampshire, both donald trump and hillary clinton made their final pitch to voters in dueling op-eds in the "usa today." >> craig boswell in washington, thank you, craig. this morning, the race is too close to call in two key
battleground states, florida and ohio. 29 electoral votes in florida and hispanic mvote may be the keep. anthony salvanto, cbs news director, has the details. >> donald trump has gotten more of the previously unsure, the undecided voters in both of these dates. now, there weren't that many to begin with but what we have seen from these voters, as with many voters overall, they have been looking to change to the political system. they don't think it works for them. what they tell us now is that they increasing see hillary clinton as part of or connected to what they don't like about politics. but they see donald trump as entirely separate from it so that could be one reason why they are moving over. the other is that partisans, reliable republican voters who have not been as -- with donald trump through the campaign as
democrats have been with hillary clinton, well, some of those republicans have started to come back home and started to say that they now will vote for donald trump. that's behind some of his movement. as we head into tuesday night, the key thing to watch is both of these states are critical to donald trump's path. he needs ohio, he need florida. hillary clinton can win without them. the map would still favor her in that regard, but watch on tuesday if she can hang on to places like virginia, like pennsylvania. if she can hold both of those, she doesn't need a lot more to still get the electoral votes she will need to get elected. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will discuss the final election push with donald trump's campaign manager kellyanne conway and clinton's campaign manager robby mook. a reminder now. cbs news election night coverage begins tomorrow night at 7:00 eastern/6:00 central and you can watch all day on our streaming network cbsn. well, this morning, officials are assessing the damage after a powerful
earthquake rocked north central oklahoma near one of the world's largest oil storage facilities. the 5.0 magnitude quake struck last night and no immediate damage reports at the cushing oil storage terminal but the town of cushing suffered quite a bit of damage. shut living center was evacuated and part of the town is cordoned off. >> i happened to look up and i swear it looked like the ceiling was about to collapse on me. the walls were shaking and ceiling moving and scary and still shook up about it. >> reporter: according to the u.s. geological survey, there have been 19 earthquakes in oklahoma in the last week. many traced to oil and gas production. a south carolina man accused of keeping a woman chained inside a storage container confessed to a quadruple murder 13 years ago. and officials say he may be tied to three other murders. todd kohlhepp was denied bail yesterday. hena daniels is here in new york
with the details on that story. >> reporter: authorities say the 45-year-old real estate agent is cooperating with police. they add the investigation is not over. it's extending to other properties that cokohlhepp currently or used to own. he was back in court to forthe second time in 48 hours facing new charges of four counts of murder. >> you understand that? >> yes, i do. >> reporter: the charges are connected to a case that has remained unsolved since 2003. four people, three man, and a woman, were found shot to death multiple times inside the super bike motorsports cord in spartanburg, north carolina. >> i'm rejoicing that our community can mow that four people brutally murdered, no wondering about it any more. >> reporter: the sheriff says that kohlhepp committed to the
crime. he was arrested on friday after a woman was found alive on his property. police found brown chained inside a locked storage container. she told investigators she believed her boyfriend was dead and there could be other bodies dead on the property. saturday, the sheriff confirmed that brown was found in a shallow ground. they say kohlhepp is investigating and showing where he buried the victims. the county is in shock that a serial killer was living among them. the courtroom was filled with those killed at the motorcycle store. >> i remember when this happened. >> reporter: but at least now, family members finally have some answers. kohlhepp is a registered sex offender and as a teenager convicted of kidnapping a
14-year-old neighbor and killing that neighbor. u.s.-backed iraqi forces are pushing forward mosul. the military is putting up stiff resistance. another front in the war against isis has been opened in nearby syria. u.s. air strikes began an operation to retake the city of raqqa ted. it is the de facto capital of isis and under isis control since 2014 and home to top isis leaders. in this country, jury selection resumes today in the murder trial of dylann who is the white mack accused of murdering nine black parishioners at a south carolina church last year. opening statements are not expected until after
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clinton writes, everything i've done as first lady, senator, or secretary of state, i've done by listening to people and looking for common ground, even with people who disagree with me. and if you elect me on tuesday, that's the kind of president i'll be. trump said, america has too many problems, too many things to fix, to mire our government in years of sorted corruption and criminal investigation. it is time to cut our ties with the failed politicians of the past, and embrace a bright, new future for all of our people. playbill reports that broadway is stepping side to let the election take center stage. 18 shows, including "cats" are closed tomorrow night to encourage cast to vote. some are offering shows tonight on what is usually a day off for theaters. "the new york times" reports a clash between police and demonstrators in hong kong. thousands took to the streets sunday. the protest started when china
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cheating scandal was widened and mcdonald's is letting you order from your smartphone. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange. we could be in for a so-called relief rally today. word that the fbi is standing by its decision not to charge hillary clinton following review of new e-mails sent stock futures soaring overnight. uncertainty about the election has sent stocks in their longest losing streak since 1980. the dow lost 270 points for the week. the s&p finished 41 points lower, the nasdaq lost 143 points last week. new allegations in the volkswagen emissions cheating scandal and this time involving its audi division. california authorities discovered cheating software on some audi models. the german criminal investigation has widened to include the volkswagen chairman. samsung says its new smartphone, the galaxy s-8 will
have an artificial intelligence service system. it is expected to make its debut next spring. the new software will let users order food or on other tasks by asking the phone's assistant. dr. strange dominated the box office in its debut weekend. a neurosurgeon turned sorcerer. it pulled in $85 million. the animated trolls and world war ii drama rounded out the top three. soon, you'll be able to order and pay for your mcdonald's meal on your smartphone or other mobile device. business insider reports that the updated mcdonald's app will roll out in the u.s. next year. customers can place their order before arriving to the store and it's charged to a linked debit or credit card. that technology is already available in some places in europe. it's getting easier to order
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congratulations, mrs. president. >> thank you, all. >> hillary clinton is the winner of nickelodeon's kids pick the president mock election. it has correctly predicted every election since one since 1988. nearly 1,000 kids voted. a teacher in los angeles is using the presidential election as a learning tool and no topic is off limits. mireya villarreal reports. >> reporter: in this history classroom, daniel jos blends pop culture. >> do you remember that salt and pepper were talking about immigration? >> reporter: and politics. >> i want make them fall in love with the study of history. if you do those things, students are going to be very quick to want to learn and do amazing
things within the classroom. >> reporter: joes says the day-to-day drama of this election has captured the kids but an opportunity to teach the strengths and weaknesses of democracy. >> we are going to build the wall 100%. >> we will not build a wall. >> i think it would do a huge disservice if you don't embrace it. this is a teachable moment. this is real concerns about what this means for as children and will this turn into policy and we are constantly engaging in these conversations and not shying away from them. >> just because you do that does not justify for labeling and alienating an entire group of people. >> reporter: 70% of this school is high poverty from urban neighborhoods and most students' parents are immigrants. >> trump doesn't know and doesn't support any of these are actual stats or actual researches. he just says it. >> sure, some latinos that commit crimes and white people
commit crimes and joined by that logic you could say all white people are horrible people. >> reporter: in a report more than 40% of teachers surveyed said they were hesitant to teach about the election and more than half have seen an increase in uncivil discourse. there is no topic that is off limits? >> none. >> reporter: jos goal is for his goal to analyze what the candidates are saying in the context of american history. how much of a gift has this been for your lesson plan the past year? >> it's almost been a gift because it's relevant to students but also a curse baugh there are all of these distractions. you can't help but talk about the things that the students are hearing about or seeing in the news. >> reporter: still, he says election day can't come soon enough. mireya villarreal, cbs news, los angeles. we will hear more from young people about the election coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning." in a special note to self, students talk about how this
election race has prepared them to cast a ballot. and take you to the battle grounds states enter-from-north carolina to ohio to florida. janet reno passed away earlier today and that will be all on "cbs this morning." that is the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day.
we begin with breaking news this morning, it is what everyone has been waiting for. septa and the transit workers union reach a tent tiff deal to end the strike. and that's welcome news for the nearly 1 million commuters who rely on septa. >> "eyewitness news" reporter trang do broke the news on twitter outside, frank, what do you know? >> reporter: jim, rahel, we learned this tentative deal had been reached, just after 3:00 this morning. and though we don't know the terms of the deal at this point, we're told the deal will be official once septa management as well as union leader sign off it, so hit little bit after snafu, though, here is video of a pour outage downtown where the talks had been ongoing. it sets both sides back to their respectiveic