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>> ♪ >> ♪ >> ♪ captioning funded by cbs > good morning. it is friday, october 27th, 2017. welcome to "cbs this morning." the government wree leases secret documents overnight on the john f. kennedy assassination. new revelations include what the fbi knew about lee harvey oswald, a warning about oswald's assassination, and russian fears of a nuclear war. cs new has been going through thousands of pages, but president trump blocked hundreds of others at the last minute. the president promises to overcome the opoid process, but many say it does not provide the money needed for real change. plus the u.s. navy rescues
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two women who spent five months lost in the pacific ocean. one survivor talks about what went wrong and how they stayed alive. and a 7-year-old will use her 3-d hand to toss out the first pitch. but we begin this morning with today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> i think there's always been speculation that lee harvey oswald didn't act alone. >> the release of jfk documents remain under wraps. >> because of national security. >> this president cares and said it today directly. >> president trump declaring the opoid epidemic a health emergency. >> p.s., we will overcome addiction in america. >> what i would say to the president on that is show me the money. >> capitol
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. tampa police show new video that has much of the residentses on edge. >> a delta flight was forced to make an emergency landing. no one on board was hurt. >> all that -- >> a little kitty cat was loose on the field. >> look at this. this is how you ran in high school. >> exactly. >> perfect form, extension. >> -- and all that matters -- >> i'll say to my wife, tonight i'll enjoy watching television. wait till you see this. and then they put it on, and i'm like, oh, it's not so good. >> sir, you've got to stop watching my monologue. >> -- on "cbs this morning." >> that's the fastest guy on the soccer field along with the best soccer announcer ever. cue it. go, go, go, go, go, go, go, go, go, go, go, go, go, go, go, go,
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go, goal. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" presented by toyota. let's go places. welcome to "cbs this morning." a massive document release overnight is shedding new light on the 1963 assassination of president john f. kennedy. the national archives put out thousands of government files from one of america's most traumatic periods. >> but at the last minute president trump said he had to block the release of hundreds of records. the fbi and cia say those secret documents could pose a security risk. >> they had to look at what they would reveal. chip reid is in washington with what we have learned. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. according to a 1992 law, last night at midnight was the deadline for releasing the last
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batch of documents pertaining to the john f. kennedy assassination. some have been held for now for national security review, but that still leaves us tens of thousands of pages to read. what happened that november day in dallas still haunts the nation. >> it will be only a matter of minutes before he arrives at the bridge. >> reporter: a young president killed. >> president kennedy died at 1:00 p.m. central standard time. >> reporter: then the alleged assassin lee harvey oswald was killed two days later, stirring rumors of a conspiracy, but newly released documents show the fbi knew of a possible threat against oswald. j. edgar hoover said the night before oswald was killed a man called. they assured them adequate protection would be given. however, this was not done. the fbi had been monitoring
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oswald's shooter jack ruby for years. he wanted something that would convince the public that optionwald was the real assassin. the fbi director also knew that oswald had ties to cuba and russia. oswald was on fbi's radar a month before the assassination and he apparently wanted to kill eisenhower. one man heard him bet 1g $00 that president kennedy would be dead within three weeks. every detail was released regarding who wanted him killed including the ku klux klan. russia worried that kennedy's death could possibly lead to nuclear war. experts on the kennedy aas nation say there are so many newly released document and so many cryptic and impossible to
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understand it could be weeks, months, or even years before we understand their full significance and even then we may never know the whole truth. charlie? >> thanks, chip. critics say president trump's declaration of a public health emergency does not do enough to fight the open opoid even doid . he pledged, quote, to fight the addiction in america. drug overdoses are the leading cause of death among americans under age 50. an estimated 140 people are killed every day. major garrett is at the white house. good morning. >> good morning. twice since august president trump said he would declare a national merge of opoid use. it could have lowered the price for the life-saving drug that reverses the effects of opoid overdose.
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advocates praise the spotlight the president places on this crisis but should have and could have done more. >> i'm directing all agencies to use every appropriate emergency authority to fight the opoid crisis. >> reporter: with an addiction crisis in overdrive, the president touted his plan for recovery. but this emergency declaration unlocks few new resources. mr. trump says he believes americans will overcome addiction with an advertising campaign. >> if we can teach young people and people generally not to start really tough, really big, really great advertising -- >> few things in my life have frightened me as much as the drug epidemic among our children. >> reporter: previous administrations have tried drug campaigns before. opoid deaths have been on the rise jumping from 8,000 in 1999
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to over 300,000 in 2015. it was there during the campaign mr. trump promised real change. [ indiscernible ] >> without matching that declaration with additional resources, we still aren't going to have what we need to really get people into treatment. >> reporter: democratic senator maggie hassan -- >> we need to turn the tide and beat the epidemic that requires not only good intentions but real resources. >> former rhode island congressman patrick kennedy said it will take hundreds of billions of dollars for the nation to deal with the opoid crisis. the health fund at the white house, gayle, it has a balance of just over $56,000. >> that's a very big gap.
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thanks very much, major. they're investigating how a small montana energy company with apparent ties to the trump administration got a big money deal to restore the power in puerto rico. cbs news obtained a copy of the contract. it's called prepa. one contract term appears to take the right of government agencies to audit or review what they paid its worker. there was a $616 wage for a senior account afternoon. working a 40-hour week that would add up to $1.3 million a year. defense secretary james mattis made a stark warning about the threat from north korea. he spoke at the border this morning while facing south korea. >> behind me to the north, and oppressive regime that shackles its people, denying their
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freedom, welfare, and human dignity in the pursuit of nuclear weapons and threats to others. our goal is not war but rather the complete verifiable and reversible denuclearization of the korean peninsula. >> they impeesd sanctions on ten north koreas y yesterday. president trump's former chief strategist steve bannon this week called the situation in qatar, quote, the single most important thing happening right now. qatar has one of the united states military's busiest air bases. they accused the country of funding terrorism. qatar strongly denies those claims. from sunday's " 0
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spoke with them. 365 days a year, 24/7, u.s. and allied aircraft take off from qatar's desert to strike at afghanistan, iraq, and syria. 10,000 americans and coalitions 07 rate out of the sprawling air base. it may be why president trump after initially tweeting support of the blockade now seems eager to end it. >> you have heard the president say this cannot happen. >> i have heard that, this should not con, it should end. i have heard na. >> and we cannot tolerate an invasion by our friends against another friend. >> he told me very clearly, i will not accept my friends fight amongst themselves. >> so you're fearle of that. >> i'm fearful if anything
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happens this region will be in chaos. >> the president has said you can come to camp david. have you accepted his invitation? >> i med with new york a few weeks ago. >> for the united nation. >> for the united nation. the president said he is committed to find an end to this crisis. it is true he said we should come. i told him straight away, mr. president, we're very ready. i've been asking for dialogue from day one. >> when is it coming? >> it will be very soon, but i don't have a full response. >> you can watch the full report. you can see why the situation is so difficult for the united states to navigate. that's sunday here at 6:00 p.m. central on cbs. >> he's the youngest leader, right? >> you've got in saudi arabia young leadership, but he's like
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37. his father abdicated to give the job to him. >> he's very candid. >> it's a difficult situation for the united states because these are friends. the u.s. military was on the ground at the time of a deadly ambush in niger. members of congress are frustrated that the military hasn't answered questions such as why sergeant la david's body was not found for two days. the second u.s. team was hunting for a wanted terrorist linked to isis. the military says they were on a killer capture mission with local forces but they say the suspects slipped away. tampa police hope new surveillance will lead them closer to identifying a possible serial killer. this feetage shows a person of interest running from the three scenes.
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demarco morgan is in tampa. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, gayle. police are sifting through security videos and they're asking people in the neighborhood to turn over any video of suspicious activity. >> we fwleev that this person has teed to this neighborhood. >> that person is seen running from the spot where benjamin mitchell was murdered. he was shot seconds earlier. >> i've come up with four reasons why this person is running. one, they may be late for dinner, two, they're out exercising, three, they heard gunshots, and number four, they just murdered benjamin mitchell. >> reporter: and another video before the murder, that same person is seen flipping a cell phone, an important clue for investigators. >> theory i focus in on the flip, because that might be a habit of this person. >> the other two witnesses
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include anthony nay boa and monica hoffa. >> we erie stopping and talking to just about anybody who we see. it's a scary thing. >> bob buckhorn is urging everyone to come forward. >> all you're doing is protecting a killer and they may take out your family member. you decide which side you're on. >> there's $35,000 reward for anything information leading to an arrest. halparin has apologized and called h called it. former abc staffer diana
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goldberg tells the "washington post" hall p he asked her to sit on his lap and he would tell her the story and he was sexually aroused. amazon just reported $43 billion in sales. bought whole foods in august. now they're looking to make a move on drugstores. mellody hobson joins us. good morning. >> good morning. >> what are they doing to make all this money? >> wow, it was a quarter that was unbelievable. people were expecting 3 cent as share. instead they got 53 cents. one could say it was christmas
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in july because it was that priechl day in july that really boosted revenues especially with primeday taking off internationally. >> and the whole foods deal had nothing to do with this deal. they're saying 1.3 billion drrs of revenue came from whole foods. but it's not what whole foods is today. it's what it's going to be. i wjt into a whole foods yesterday. the first thing i saw were the amazon lockers where you can ship your packages there. that story is still to come. >> now they're going from whole foods to wholesale pharmacy license in a dozen stats. they want to get into the pharmacy business. what would amazon be doing? >> i think this is a brilliant idea. it's a natural extension to go into drugs and drug wholesaling because they have such a great log
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lodge madle -- model. that's why announcement as well as the government said we don't want any more of these stores piling up. they did not allow walgreens to buy right aide. >> who else? >> who knows. i think first they're going to maximize the whole foods purchase and bring this brick and mortar to the center. that's what i would be watching very, very closely. think about their private label business. >> so whole foods, the cloud industry, maybe pharmacies. is there any concern from anybody that outside of amazon they may be taking on way too much? >> i think there's always that concern. anything can happen. they're going to stub their toe from time to time but what
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they've done so far has been really, really smart. they haven't been acquiriers. everything else has been a function of serving their customer. they've been very smart. >> you see walmart rapidly trying to get its online machine up to speed. >> they're making retailer s better. >> all right. we're going to see jeff bezos on top of another tur biep breaking open a champagne bottle. we know he knows how to do it. mellody hobson, thank you so much. a leading drug executive is arrested over a prescription of open
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assassinated. and the u.s. >> good morning, i'm rahel solomon, philadelphia police commissioner richard ross urge ago person of interest to turn himself in in connection with the deadly shooting of two teenagers. his name and address tweeted out by the police department and a south philadelphia home sprayed with gunfire early think morning, the person should surrender because the situation is dangerous. we send it over to katie and check on today's forecast, should be relatively nice day. >> off to chilly start for sure. a lot of outlying suburbs bottom g out to the freezing mark, much lighter winds, cut town area middle school the winds virtually non-existent. you can see the glaze of frost on the grass there. so don't be shock to see that. we've got sunshine, however, in this forecast all day today
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as well as tomorrow. but sunday total oppositement it is much cooler for one thing, but you are going to be dealing with rain and wind throughout the day. meisha? >> all right, katie, thank you so much for. that will right now looking at video, school bus accident in southwest philly, 61st street at passyunk avenue your alternate, platt bridge, or grays ferry avenue will be your best bet. one person has been transported to the hospital. looking outside, an accident at route 30 by cents pass, past route 322, left lane compromised there, rahel, over to you. >> thank you, next update is at 7:55, up next on cbs this morning, ten year old with cerebral palsy facing deportation from the us. i'm rahel solomon. good morning.
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there's a cat on the field. >> tony romo called it. the cat ran onto the field at the end of the ravens 40-0 blowout against the dolphins. it was on the field before darting over to the miami sidelines and getting away. miami had been doing pretty well. did the cat throw everybody off? that's a big old cat. welcome back to "cbs this morning." >> that's a fast old cat. >> the cat is fine. here are things you should be knowing. we're following thousands of
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documents. some of them could fuel new conspiracy theories. a british reporter received an anonymous tip on november 22nd, 1963. that's the date of the assassination as you know. they were told to, quote, call the american embassy in london for big news. they calculate that phone call came 25 minutes before the president was shot. >> the house of representatives narrowly passed a $4 trillion budget blueprint. it clears the way for big tax cuts sought by president trump. the vote was 216-212. every democrat quoted no along with 20 republicans. the gop will now be able to move forward with tax legislation without the risk that some will block it. j.j. watt will throw out the first pitch tonight. the astros want to honor watts for his hurricane harvey effort.
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he raised $37 million for victims. yesterday he announced plans for districting the money. >> well done. the most prominent pharmaceutical executive to be charged over the opoid epidemic is now on bail. john kapoor was arrested yesterday in phoenix. he posted $1 million in cash. he's charged with racketeering, conspira conspiracy. >> good morning. his company makes subsys. prosecutors say he deviced a plan to bribe doctors to prescribe opoid to noncancerous patients. >> i told my husband several times, my gosh, he must be
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getting paid. >> reporter: carey ballou believes she was being kept on subsys for over two years because he was getting bribed. >> he did not want me to stop taking the drug. i asked over a ten-month period. >> reporter: earlier in the month ballou sued him. >> from to p to bottom there was nobody there to say, wait a minute, this needs to stop. >> reporter: michael canty is a former federal prosecutor. >> they pay dockers to prescribe the drug and they did this through a speaker series. >> reporter: on wednesday they arrested the 74-year-old founder of subsys, john kapoor. it included kickback schemes for dinners and payments for sham speaker engagements. >> the check is written out for
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a speaker's fee, but it's just a bribe. >> yes, you can look at it that way. >> insys made 18,000 payments to doctors in 2016 that totaled more than $2 million. he also got insurance companies to approve the fraudulent prescriptions by impersonating doctors' employees. >> you're called from the doctor's office? >> correct. >> which medication? >> it's subsys. >> is it also for the breakthrough cancer pain or not? >> it is, yeah. >> the ninformation came from sara fuller. she died from an overdose 15 months later. his attorney says kapoor is innocent and intends to fight the charges.
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his net worth is to be around $7 billion. >> thank you. sources tell cbs news. she reports the fda as senior adviser and supports the agency's work like opoid even deck im. mylan faced charged last year. their cost went up. they settled a claim mylan overbilled medicaid for epipens. it's disclosed it's been subpoenaed. a 10-year-old girl with cerebral palsy faces deportation charges today after they took her into custody. rosamaria hernandez was taken to laredo when she was just a baby. her family is in san antonio
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waiting to be processed. anna werner has more. good morning. >> good morning. the border patrol agents staid at the hospital during her surgery and kept the 10-year-old insight until she recoveringed, not allowing the hospital room door to be closed until her attorney cited privilege. she was rushed to children's hospital in corpus christi. the 10-year-old was undocument and they followed her to the hospital. aurora cantu was there and said at emergency gallbladder surgery, agents pressured the family to transfer her. she declined, so they putter in into custody. she said the border patrol
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agented 45- to 60-minute the discretion to let the child . >> i saw the little girl's face that said mommy, and i could. help her. >> reporter: both parents are undocumented immigrants. they brought rosa maria to the u.s. when she was 3 months old to get better medical treatment. they stayed behind fearing she might be detaining, not figuring their daughter would face the same fate. a spokesperson said once medically clears hernandez will be processed accordingly. he's pushing for hernandez's release. he said i understand they have a tremendous due toy to protect our nation but they should be focused on bigger threats.
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she could remain at a detention center for unaccompanied minors for weeks while her case is being extradited. she's definitely on track to be deported to mexico. >> boy. the line that stood out in your story, they had the discretion to let her go and chose not to. >> right. there used to be more discretion used in some of these case and the environmental has charchled. >> a trip to tahiti was surp poesd to be an unforgettable adventu adventure. we invite you to subscribe to our "cbs this morning" podcasts. find them all on itunes and apple's ipod apps. you're watching "cbs this morning."
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two american women and their dogs are safe after a frightening ordeal at sea. the u.s. navy came to their rescue. that u were stranded on a sailboat in the middle of the pacific ocean for nearly five
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months. vladimir duthiers has their remarkable survival story. vlad, good morning. >> good morning. the pair had planned quite an adventure, just the two of them and their pets in a journey of a lifetime. instead they remained stranded at sea desperate to be found until tuesday. >> reporter: sheer relief. this is jennifer appel and tasha fuiaba. they set sail with zeus and valentine but soon after their rigging broke. their communications system failed. bobbing helplessly in the pacific they sent distress signals each day. they told cb seay fill yacht kbmg no one heard their call. >> it was very depressing and
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hopeless but you do whau t you n do. >> reporter: final they were found by a taiwanese boat. >> we had less than 24 hours before our boat sank. >> reporter: yesterday morning the "uss ashland" arrived. this photo shows crew members pulling zeus to safety. >> it was incredibly emotional and it was so satisfying to know the men and women that serve our country would come and assist us. >> reporter: after a horrific journey, tasha says they're now safe and grateful. >> you're alive, your fed, you have food and water. >> they survived thanks to water purifiers and a
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food. >> they want to goo back on the water. >> i'd only go for a three-hour tour. >> thank you, vlad. coming up, headlines including a 10-year-old that led police on a high-speed car chase. how the boy ended up behind the wheel in the first place. and you may see robots working at walmarts very soon. whew they're replacing people with
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more than 90 people were killed. united nations investigated. they say they dropped a bomb with the nerve gas sarin in the northeast. they attacked the air base where they say the attack was launched. syria denies responsibility. "the new york times" says the las vegas shooter's brain will be looked at. paddock killed 58 people at the country concert starring jason aldean. they'll look for physical abnormalities -- you know, charlie, i saw you look up like, gayle, that is so wrong. that sounded funny to me too. including stroke, multiple sclerosis, and infection. "the wall street journal" says cvs has made a blockbuster bid for aetna.
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they want to buy them for more than $66 billion. it comes with amazon making plans to enter the pharmacy business. the "cleveland plain dealer" says a 0-year-old boy led police on a high-speed chase. he took the car from his mother's boyfriend. he drove up to 100 miles per hour in the chase. police eventually rammed the car and blocked him in. they pulled him out of the window. he was led to a cruiser in handcuffs. >> this is the second time. they need to have a chat with him. robot's scan for item, misplaced products and incorrect labels. they alert human employees when they see the errors. robots are faster and 50% more efficient than humans doing the
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>> good morning, everyone, i'm jim donovan. you will be able to wander the streets every philadelphia tomorrow for the second annual philly free streets event. three and a half miles of roadway will be closed to cars from center city to fairhill. that's from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., some restrictions start today at noon, and you can get all of the details at philly free streets. com. we send it right over to katie for a look at the forecast. >> i love this idea. definitely tassel trying to drive through the area, but great excuse to get the kids out, bring outdoor bikes, think about doing the same thing, looks like real nice day, 45 degrees, is our current temperature, here at the airport, at 38 in trenton, 37 in allentown, and as we take a look here at the seven day forecast, 71 tomorrow in the sun, rain arrives sunday.
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>> all right, katie, thank you so much. and looking outside right now, still looking pretty busy. we have an accident here southbound at fox street one lane open, guys, take a look at this, if you come up to this sitting in it waiting for everyone to try to swivel around. here is quick back up shot, just looking like parking lot sitting there, before broad street. certainly want to give yourself at least a extra hour and a half there, jim, over you. >> thank you shall meishament next step 8:25, coming up: new jersey governor chris christie on the national opioid epidemic. i'm jim donovan, make it a great day.
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it is friday, october 27th, 2017. welcome back to "cbs this morning." ahead, new information on the jfk assassination documents. what those papers say about cuba and other possible plots. but first here's today ee's "eye opener" at 8:00. a new document is shedding light on the assassination of john f. kennedy. >> some documents have been withheld but that still leaves us tens of thousands of pages to read. >> advocates placed a spotlight on what the president did but they say he should have done more. general mattis made a stark
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warning after his visit. >> police have been sifting through security video and they're askingeo the turn ore any video of suspicious activity. >> what are they doing that they're making all this money? >> in a nonholiday quarter? it was that primeday in july that really boosted revenue. >> that cat ran onto the field near the end of the blowout to the dolphins. >> fast oeft cat too. >> yeah. >> did you see the dodgers/astros game? >> yeah. unbelievable. >> i believe it ended about ten minutes ago. >> that game would not stop. >> i know. game two was over four hours long. by the time this game finally ended, young sheldon was just sheldon. i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. thousands of documents release overnight by the national archives are filling in details about john f. kennedy's 1963
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assassination. a cbs news team spent the night combing through the huge trove. the president decided yesterday to block the release of some documents upon further review. he tweeted this morning jfk files are being carefully released. in the end there will be great transparency. it will be my hope to get everything to public. >> the files will release that they were already on fbi's radar. the documents also show that the fbi in new orleans was looking into connections. jack ruby was also on their radar too. the first time they monitored him was august of 19 f 2, more than a year before kennedy's death. >> the records revealt t time of the fbi investigation, the cia was possibly involved in plans to assassinate foreign leaders such as fidel castro. chip reid is at the national archives.
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good morning. >> good morning. >> tell us why some of these documents were not released? >> the law in 1992 said the documents were to be released last night by minute. but there's always an exception in that law for any documents. so president trump ordered that some of the documents would be analyzed f the next six months. >> what's the speculation about what might be there ma might damage national security? >> i'll tell you what. there are a lot of skeptics about that. how could if there be something now that would endanger methods that the cia used way back 50 years ago? a lot of the experts believe what they're really trying to do is avoid embarrassing themselves because clearly the cia and fbi drops the ball about lee harvey
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oswalt. they had a lot of information and did not keep track of him. >> president trump is promising to defeat the opioid crisis. yesterday the president declared it a public health emergency. spoke in personal term about his brother's struggle with addicti addiction. >> he had a problem with alcohol and he would tell me, don't drink, don't drink. he had a very, very, very tough life because of chom. but i learned because of fred. i learned. >> the president had promised the declare the opoid crisis a national emergency. by declaring it a health mark grant money will be able to deal with the crisis. >> finance willing come which has a balance of over $56,000.
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it cost the country $75 billion a year. massachusetts democratic senator called the decoration, quote, band aid when we need a turn cat. congress has cleared the way for tax reform after the house voted to accept the senate's budget blueprint. republicans plan to release the proposal next week. major garrett, good morning. >> good morning. what happened this week is republicans declared out loud two things important. one, deficits no longer matter, and speed really, really does. the budget blueprint you just talked about, gayle, provides for a tax bill that adds $1.5 trillion in deficits over the next years. that's not what the house wanted but they did and that's on the table at a time when we have a national debt of $28 trillion. on the speed part, the house and
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senate republicans want to move this legislation as rapidly as possible, possibly before thanksgiving. so a huge effect on taxes touching every part of the u.s. economy is supposed to be debated, amended, and votes on the house floral. so republicans are trying to move this as rabdly as upon because they know the locker the debates go on, the shorter the strains to under mine their push. >> really interesting to hear about their fast track. what do you think it will tell us about the relationship of the president and republican kol leelgs on capitol hill. >> how can the president negotiate this in the way it gives him what he needs. you said you can't touch 401(k) tax-free deductions at all. there's a fight over state and
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local tax redujss watch those two issues very carefully. there is new political chaos in spain this morning. the country's prime minister called on a direct move. it follows the region's vote for independence earlier this month. seth doane is in barcelona. that's the capital. good morning. >> good morning. it may seem quiet out in front of it. an intense debate is under way as we speak. they're looking at whether they may declare independence finally. and outside these gates you have supporters who gathered. it has a feeling between a protest and sort of street party. you see people with the flags that have been adopted by the independent movement, people wearing dmov democracy logos, people saying they're protecting the parliament. supporters gathered around it as they came in to listen to this
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key vote. on the other side, of course, this morning we had the prime minister of spain who made an impassioned speech in front of spain's senate. he was trying to make the argument for article 155, that never before used piece of spain's constitution which would allow for direct rule here in catalonia. he said it was important to rye law. one of the things is you would see some of the top leaders in catalonia sacked and you would see the president of the catalonia region lose hiss john and the parliament lose some of its power. there's a great fear spaejds around the ref rehn dem who really worry about spain coming in and imposing direct rule and separatist leaders have vowed civil disobedience if, indeed,
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spain enters. >> important story there. thank you. pope francis is talking to the heavens. the pope called the crew at the international space station. he told them they have, quote, the chance to see earth from the eyes of god. no borders, no conflict. it's just peaceful. >> it looks good to see them talking together. makes you want to pop into space. no borders, no conflict. i like that. i like the sound of that a loss. ahead, a woman disappears into a storm of suspicion. >> i'm maureen maher, "48 hours," ha texas retore and beautiful mother of two vanishes just as hurricane harvey vanishes in houston. is she a victim of flooding or
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throwing out the first pitch at ball game can be a lot of pressure. carter evans meets one youngster who's eager for the challenge. >> reporter: for the fourth game of the world series, someone very special is throwing out the first pitch. her name is haley dawson, and she's just 7 years old. she's got an unconventional pitch because she's got an uncon shengsal hand. find out how she ended up on the mound coming up on "cbs this morning." there are 130 million girls around the world who are not in school today. girls are not in school because of economic issues and they have to work. there's early child marriage, there's war and conflict. at the malala fund we help girls stay in school. there are some really amazing people around the world doing incredible work. the malala fund invests in education champions who work in the community
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we told you about this texas mom whoappeared before hurricane harvey made landfall. she disappeared before she failed to pick up her two children from her ex-husband. police officers narrowed the search down to three persons of interest. "48 hours'" correspondent maureen maher got information that led to an arrest. >> reporter: christy mcdowell and her husband steve were flying high. she was a successful realtor and mother of two. >> crystal always had a great
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spirit about her. >> reporter: crystal could take care of herself. when her ten-year marriage fell apart, she did not. after her divorce, there was a new man in her life, a jeweler, paul hargrave. >> you know when you first meet somebody, you're on cloud nine. friday morning, august 25th, is when she left the house. she said she had to pick up her kids before her ex- went to work. >> reporter: she never showed up. when the floodwaters started rising her uncle jeff walters called police that our main objective is to get her back ho home. >> reporter: they granted "48 hours" unprecedent access into
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their war room. as they tried to unravel the mystery of where is crystal. >> this is a case about lots of secrets, double lives on many people's parts. i have never seen anything like this before. >> reporter: investigators searched for crews by looking at those closest to crystal. >> some of the investigators involved in this would say, you know what? i think it's steve and some wald say i still can't get over jeff and i'm still looking at paul. >> reporter: everyone came in to the sheriff's department and was questioned. finally deputies got their first lead when crystal's black mercedes-benz was found flooded in a motel 6 parking lot. >> weather and time deteriorate physical evidence. >> reporter: soon one suspect would emerge. deputies discovered video surveillance tape they say looks like someone that looked like
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crystal's ex-husband dumping her car. >> we didn't have enough to arrest him. >> reporter: investigators were close turning up the heat. when they took his children away, he starts to break, promising to come in after they talked to her oldest daughter. he told her texas rangers were coming after her. i said do you know where the body is. he turned away and started bawling his eyes out. >> what did you do? >> i immediately dropped to my knees and cried. >> reporter: they let us follow them pretty much everywhere they went. >> do officials believe the storm provided a moment of opportunity? >> investigators don't think it was planned to coincide as a means to cover up the murder, but i do think that it certainly helped for a couple of weeks.
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but eventually he's arrested, charged with first-degree murder. the problem for texas is you can claim sudden passion. even though first degree carries up to 99 years, you can get up to two years. >> they were totally divorced? >> yes, in june. >> what was the motive? jealous? >> jealousy and she was his meal ticket. she was the bread winner, brought the money home. he had a lot of expensive toys and now not only did she have a new boyfriend, but she said, that's it. the toys are done, i've given you the house, you're taken care of, and i really want to move on with my life. >> and you look at the two beautiful children in the picture. >> they're stunning. >> you can see the full report called "storm of suspicion" tomorrow at 10:00, 9:00 p.m. central on cbs. siblings separated for 34
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a bridge shut down over politics. their biggest triumph was a traffic jam. chris christie and kim guadagno's failures shortchanged our future.
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video shows a powerful moment when a brother and sister met for the first time in 34 years. michael hunt surprised his long lost sister tonya parker at her birthday celebration in maryland. she was 7 years old the last time she held her baby brother in her arms. the family held the emotional reunion after reaching out to hunt on facebook. >> i'm glad she's glad to see him. after 34 years how do you know what he looks like if you haven't seen him since you were 7. clearly she's glad to see him. they're tloeg out the first pitch in a very unique way. the young girl using a hand made by a 3 dd printer. and who her mission to pitch is more than about a mission to
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baseball and why her mission to pitch is more than just baseball. >> in is cbs-3 "eyewitness news". good morning, i'm rahel solomon, philadelphia police are investigating a shooting within the last hour, in king send ton. take a look, chopper three over east somerset streets where the police found the victim about 20 of 58:00 this morning, victim shot in the neck but the extent of person injuries are not clear, so far no arrests, we'll keep you to up date. over to kate way check on today's forecast, looks like nice friday forecast. >> off to chilly start granted , and we do have some frost developing, take a look at just couple of spots, the winds nice and calm your 45 degrees right now, 42 in atlantic city and the wind calm. up at mount pocono, so where you have the coolest air do you have very nice recipe for
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frost for chester, bucks county northwestern, and southern new jersey included in the frost advisory this morning, so maybe little time for the win shield but the sunshine all day today, beautiful for the most part, all day tomorrow, and then late tomorrow night, and specially sunday, rain moves in, with a potent front shall meisha. >> okay, thanks so much, katie looking outside right now, do still couple property spots boulevard near wissahickon boulevard, headlights moving in the southbound direction i can tell you seeing some residual delays from accident that cleared little earlier, but it is still very slow moving. in that area, plus, weekends closures on the turnpike, between bensalem and delaware valley friday 11 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. saturday. saturday 11 p.m. to sunday at 5:00 a.m., rahel, over you. >> meisha, thank you. ahead, young girl tossing out first pitch at game four of the worm series will do it with a hand made by a 3d printer. i'm rahel solomon, good
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president trump wished the singer of "god bless the ausa" happy birthday. he tagged the wrong lee greenwood who's 83. that twitter belongs to someone. lee green wood would know he was talking about you. what do you think? >> i'm with you. >> what do you think, norah? >> the thought was a nice idea.
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>> welcome back. it's not his birthday, but jermaine fowler of "superior donuts" is here. hello, jermaine fowler. a new dad, a new show. guess what? he's a comedian. >> i like him already. >> he'll be here in just a second. >> he has an emmy. >> right now time to show you some of his headlines. weinstein claims he needs the documents to defend himself against multiple sexual abuse claims. more than 50 women have accused him. weinstein was fired from the company he co-founded after decades of alleged sexual harassment recently surfaced. the white house is considering imposing a national gas tax. roads an bridges, water systems,
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and electrical grids are out. trump had promised in a campaign to raise $1 trillion for infrastructure. >> the watch was seen repeatedly on the late actor's wrist in magazines. it was a gift from his wife joann woodward who had it engraved. drive carefully. me. he gave it to his ex-daughter's daughter's ex-boyfriend. >> haley dawson will toss the first pitch tomorrow night before the dodgers and nationals play in houston. she will do it using a 3-d printed hand. carter evans shows how
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dawson will do it. >> how will you throw? >> reporter: the second grader was born with a rare condition known as poland syndrome leaving her without three fingers on her right hand. her mom turned to town for help. >> they responded. we met up, and, you know, they accepted the challenge. >> i'm sure you get all sorts of letters. >> we get a lot but this was different. >> reporter: brendan o'toole, chairman of the mechanical engineering department got to work using a 3-d printer. she got her hand three years ago just in time for halloween.
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>> she got her pumpkin thing and was able to hold it. it was cool. the best was when she held her dad's hand. >> anyone who uses it right away, appreciates it, that's great. >> you grab it, bend your wrists, and it locks it in this. so it's all in the wrist. >> this is a family of baseball fanatics, so the next stop naturally was the mound. >> initially we looked as it as a functional-type thng and then it slowly became a confidence builder thing for her. >> she began tloeg first pitches out before she got a shot with the major, the baltimore orioles, her favorite team. >> she's sometimes shy but when she puts the hand on, she knows people are drawn to it. >> reporter: when the girl set
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out to go to every ballpark in the league, she got dozens of calls. last month the world series came calling. >> i started crying, you know. who gets to do that. my daughter. she gets to do that. when she does it, she talks about the syndrome. she talks about it. it's that awareness for snus can you shake my hand? >> reporter: unlv is fitting her with a special hand just in time for the game. >> that's a lot of pressure, on you too. that thing has better work. >> we ooh going to send a backup hand just in case. >> reporter: before the players even take the field, tomorrow's world series game will already have a champion. for "cbs this morning," carter evans, las vegas. >> oh. she's terrific. i think about that. you might be born with something that some people think is a
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limitation and instead it has opened up her world to such an incredible life. >> i love his last piece, carter's last line. you already have a champion. we like e that little girl. >> and her spirit especially. actor comedian jermaine fowler, dad always liked you best. >> i'm excited to see my twin brother jerome, right? growing up jerome and i had a sibling rivalry because of our name. he was named jerome, sr. that's fine. that's cool. why would you do it when you have twins. that was not nice. when you have kids, he's named after me. i don't know what the hell that is. >> the "superior donuts" star is in our toyota green
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nice to meet you sir. joseph, i'm nice to meet you.u? how's it going man? the yankees? come on. [ laughing ] look at the smiles and the hard work that the people here are doing. it's like making mini sandwiches. they're no different than anyone else. they just want a job. they want respect and they want dignity.
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this is a nice place. yeah. he plays basketball with lauren. steve called, fairly frantic. you know, he had a premature baby and i think he had just been given the diagnosis that she had down syndrome. lauren brought out the best in me. she made me a different person. deep down in his heart he feels for people who are disadvantaged. lauren's a light in everybody eye. she's the spark that has started the fire. the goal is to keep places like this open so all people, regardless of disability, have an opportunity for employment. see, i love you. i love you guys too. you know that. yeah.
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jermaine fowler made a standup move. he weekend on to star in the sketch comedy "friends of the people" and he headlined his own stand-up show called "give 'em
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hell, kid." he's a star on "superior donuts." it's a comedy that comments on social issues. >> hey, hey, she risks her life every day out there. in my book she's a hero. >> would you stop saying that? you didn't see the video. until you do, don't say anything. >> i thought we were passed this. >> i think what you did was messed up. i don't want you becoming like the other cops in chicago so messed up, they don't even know what it is anymore. >> i totally forgot where i was right now. >> reporter: jermaine fowler, talk about being topical. >> and katy segal. i think it's interesting you're tackling such a current topical issue in koldy. >> i think you should.
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we reflect the world. that's what we should be doing. franco discovers this tape with the two being rough over his friend. that scene blows up in front of their faces. >> is standup good training for sketch comedy or situation comedy? >> yeah. i mean that's where i got my start. i started standup when i was 17, 18 years old after watching eddie murphy raw, vhs tape. i used it as a way to talk about my life, what i was going from. i'm from hyattsville, maryland, and what it was like growing up there. i'm glad i did. it was very therapeutic. >> what's the heart of the good joke? >> truth, honesty, even if people don't like it. it's the earnestness and honestness that makes people
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endearing. patrice o'neal is one of my favorite standups. he's one of the most polarizing people you'd ever meet. he was honest about himself. that's what you appreciate about himself. >> there's four standup comedians? yeah. it's nonstop jokes on set. it's like, we've got to add. sorry about that. judd's funny himself. >> it seems like a good director would cultivate that. >> standup and multikam sitcoms they marry each other well. martin was one. >> yeah. >> they marry each other very well. i do standup and i'm used to doing some audience shows.
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i know what's going to work and what's not. and from the acting world, i'm just more confident playing characters on stage. >> do most of the people you know who do standup comedy are sort of funny by nature? >> yeah. >> it's not something they necessarily learn. >> oh, no, no. there's comedy schools around town. you can't teach standup comedy. but you can teach someone how to formulate a joke. >> timing. >> you can't teach timing. that's something that's in you. mitch hedberg, pryor, and others, they're all from new york. they're amazing. they the most amazing taste comics. >> whun judd hirsh was here, he was raving about you. he said you're so quick, so funny, it's hard to keep up with you. he's really singing your praises. what's interesting in high school organization wuer called the class clown, but you don't like that.
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>> no. i never liked being called class down. my mom, rest in peace, she said, you don't want people to laugh at you. you want them to laugh with you. i'm sorry for professional clowns. i'm so sorry. i never wanted to be one. when i got name nated, i remember my mom said, don't be no clown. i went to my vice president and said, can we change this? >> your mom passed away in august. >> yes, she did, she did. >> sounds like an amazing mom. >> she does, she does. you had a baby girl in july. >> yeah. >> like the circle of life. >> yeah, ma'am. it's insane. some of my mom's spirits seeped out to the baby and it was cool to see how much of my mom she sort of exudes, you know. >> show's going to give you new material. >> i agree. >> congrats on your success. >> thank you very much. you can watch the season of "superior donuts" right here on cbs.
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next we'll take a look at all that matters this week. you're watching "cbs this morning."
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tonight on "cbs this morning," the actor paul riser star of "mad about you" after stepping away for decades, he's back. he's in a new role on the netflix series "stranger things." >> who doesn't have a netflix sears. >> that does it for us. be sure to tune in to the "cbs evening news." as we leave you, let's take a look back at the week. let's hope you have a fantastic weekend. >> reckless, outrageous, and undignified behavior has become
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excused and countenanced as telling it like it is. >> as dangerous as democracy to itself. >> do you think he should be removed from office. >> i don't think that's justified. >> his poll numbers are terrible. he's done terrible for the people of arizona. >> i'm directing all executive agencies to use authority to fight the opoid crisis. >> bill o'reilly says he wants the story to go away. >> anybody who doesn't like me will believe all the stuff. >> $32 million, is that an unusual sum? >> unusual takes my breath away. >> planes flipped over, cars piled on top of each other. ♪ ain't that a shame >> the great fats domino died. >> i don't want to say i
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invented rock and roll but i don't remember anybody else performing that stuff. >> he followed him everywhere. >> how in the heck did norah and charlie and gayle get into my damn yoga class. what is this. ♪ >> come over. here, we are. >> come over. >> here we ro. >> the leaves are changing. tony gets very upset when you don't take the cue away. i was marveling the colors. >> this is "60 minutes". >> let's stop the interview for a minute. >> you said this about charlie. part of why he succeeds, he comes as kroy as genuine, since sincere, and well red. he's all that and more. is he? is he, jeff fager? >> i love charlie rose. >> all that -- >> i love photography and i eat it up. like i was photographing the queen and she said, annie, you've rlg got to find your own
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way. >> is that the way she talks? >> she said, annie, you've really gonlt to find your own way. >> -- and all that matters. >> what's at the heart of the good story. >> romance. i don't do sex very well? >> why not? >> okay. we're hitting a hard wall. >> you didn't read your first flovl cover to cover until you were 17. how is that possible? >> first of all, that's true. >> i don't know if i should be mad or impressed by that. >> be upset. >> -- on "cbs this morning." >> say action. there it is. >> say action. >> tell me this. what's your exercise routine? 500 sit-ups a day? what do you do? >> i do -- i do curls for the girls. and i do pushups, sit-ups, i do weight room stuff. i'm trying to keep my black from
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>> this is cbs-3 "eyewitness news." good morning, i'm jim donovan. philadelphia police commissioner richard r to really behooves them to come down and have a talk with us, before this get out of hand. >> now, the home of that person was sprayed with gunfire earlier today after police tweeted out the person's address, that tweet has since been deleted. now, we check in with katie for a look at the forecast. >> jim, today really looks like just one of the spectacular fall days, certainly chilly at the onset. but, we're seeing some folks even out well into the off season here, at rehoboth. nice fall day for you there. if you like the quiet, and the
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peace and quiet here at the shore point, really good place to head even though there are couple of folks out there obviously some very slim crowds right now this time of year. mid 40's up and down i95. we had frost issues, frost advisory been posted however, that expires in just four minute, so, that is definitely becoming much less and less after problem with every passing minute let alone hour. but as the day goes on gorgeous day, six an in the sunshine, 71 more sun than anything tomorrow. sunday wet one, with soaking rain, and winds, which thankfully does clear out monday shall meisha. >> all right, katie, thank you so much. looking outside right now, we have an accident out here, 422 westbound, at route 29. pulled all the way off to the right. you can see traffic levels around there not bad. this weekend, saturday 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., parking restrictions are going in place, today, at noon. road closures, start 6:00 a.m. on saturday. and bus us to affected five, nine, 21, 39, four it, 47 and 57. plus, real quick, villanova station under construction, no
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northbound northbound starting monday until december 10th, jim? >> thank you meisha. that's "eyewitness news" for now, joining us for " eyewitness
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