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news" and "cbs this morning." from the broadcast center in new york city. i'm jeff glore. captioning funded by cbs it's monday, october 19th, 2015. this is the "cbs morning news." millions of americans are in for an early dose of wintry weather as frost's freeze warnings stretch from the mississippi to the atlantic. clashes on the campaign trail. donald trump doesn't back down for blazing blame on 9/11 on george bush. and hillary clinton gets ready for questioning on ben
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ghazi ghazi. one swimmer is fighting for his life after one shares his story of survival. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. thanks for joining us. i'm meg oliver in for omg. parts of the eastern u.s. for the an early taste of winter. freeze warnings and frost advisories are in effect this morning from northern mississippi into northern massachusetts. the mid atlantic' northeast. on sunday, people in northern michigan saw their first snow of the season but the wintry seens won't last long. highs in michigan will hit 60 degrees. up next on "cbs this morning," we will track the fall freeze and get your full weather forecast. a major commercial highway in southern california will stay closed for at least several more days after major mudslides. state route 58 is still covered in mud that is six feet deep in some areas and about 100 miles north of los angeles.
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last week, a 30-minute downpour turned the highway into a mud pit and trapping 300 people in their cars. at least 60% of the hidden pine fire is contained this morning in central texas. nearly 300 firefighters assisted by aircraft are fighting the 4600 acre fire. 50 homes were destroyed since the fire broke out last week. it's shaping up to be an eventful week for the race for the white house. the front runners from both parties are making headlines with their talk of terrorism and we are still waiting on vice president joe biden's plans. brook silva-braga is in new york with more. >> reporter: joe biden did give a speech here in new york city over the weekend, but staying true to form, he didn't make any reference to a possible presidential bid. he did discuss terrorism and religious extremism which are major topics at the moment with talks of 9/11 and the benghazi attacks.
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know what to expect on thursday when she testified in front of a republican-controlled house committee on the american attack on the compound in benghazi. >> i will do my best to answer their questions but i don't really know what their objective is right now joot former secretary of state has testified twice before. she says the investigation has turned political. >> i think it's pretty clear that whatever they might have thought they were doing, they ended up becoming a partisan arm of the republican national committee. >> reporter: representative trey gowdy who chairs the committee says he is not concerned with the 2016 campaign and is only concerned about find youing on the security failures that led to the death of four americans. >> i have told my colleagues and friends shut up talking about things you don't know anything about. >> reporter: meanwhile, the republican campaign took a bitter turn over the weekend when front-runner donald trump
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placed blame for the 9/11 attacks on president george w. bush, the older brother of trump's gop rival jeb bush. >> across the spectrum of foreign minister, foreign policy, talks about things that is he still on the apprentice and talking about syria saying isis should take out assad and russia should take out assad like it's some sort of a board game. >> jeb said we were safe with my brornl, we were safe. down. am i trying to blame him? i'm not blaming anybody but the world trade center came down so when he said we were safe, that's not safe. >> reporter: meanwhile, six gop hopefuls try to woo evangelical voters an event in texas yesterday. bush pushed to pass laws protecting religious conscience. donald trump didn't attend. it's called a significant blow to al qaeda. the u.s. confirms an air strike
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by the american-led coalition killed a top terror commander in syria. the military says san afi al nasr died in the attack on wednesday. they said he was a experienced jihadist and funneling money for the network. secretary of state john kerry says he will meet separately this week with israeli and palestinian leaders in an effort to end the latest wave of violence. israeli police say an attacker opened fire sunday in a bus station, killing a soldier and wounding ten others. johnathan vigliotti reports. >> reporter: this cell phone video captured the latest act of violence. a gunman believed to be palestinian opened fire at a heavily guarded bus station and killing an israeli soldier and wounding several people being shot and killed by security forces. israeli authorities later admitted accidentally shooting a silence seeker during the attack after mistaking him for the assailant.
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the arrest began last month after an arrest in jerusalem. on sunday, prime minister benefiting benjamin naert rejected observers on the site. >> it doesn't mention palestinian site and it doesn't mention for preliminary terrorism. >> reporter: as the violence continues, cities like tel aviv maintenance workers and cleaners from schools. some israeli parents are worried about an attack against their children. other civilians are flocking to gun shops to arm themselves. >> i think it's important in this case to have a means of self-defense. >> reporter: the death toll on both sides continues to rise, secretary of state john kerry will meet with middle east leaders separately this week in an effort to ease tension in the region. johnathan vigliotti, cbs news, tel aviv. typhoon koppu is traumatic rescues in the philippines. the massive slow moving storm has forced 20,000 people from
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their homes. soldiers, police, and volunteers are scrambling to help villagers trapped in flooded homes. at least nine peple are dead. police in ft. myers, florida, continue searching this morning for the gunman who killed a college student at the annual zombicon festival. chaos on the streets after the gir gunfire late sunday night. a college student taylor died. >> with us being a family, we will get through it. it may not be today and it may not be tomorrow, but we will get through it. >> reporter: the shooter wounded five others. police haven't commented on a possible motive. coming up on the "morning news." drone rules take flight. new regulations being announced
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the transportation department today is expected to unveil a requirement for operators to register their unmanned aerial vehicles. the policy comes amid growing concerns about potential collisions with commercial aircraft. some drone enthusiasts are spectacle. >> the pandora's box is out and you can't open is back up and all of these kids are getting these for christmas this year. they are supposed to register every one of these things that come in a cereal box? i don't think it's going to happen. >> the goal is to have the registry in place for the holidays. officials in hawaii may close beaches today after a man was seriously injured in a shark attack. the attack took place saturday at lonnie kia beach on the island of oahu. the man and another swimmer was swimming 50 yards from the shore when the shark attacked. kayakers carried them back to the shore. >> injuries are pretty extreme. both legs.
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just above the ankle were just hanging on. >> the victim is hospitalized in serious condition. then saturday evening, an eel bit a 32-year-old mav on waikiki beach. the attacks following the attack last week on surfer cook. >> a massive attack on my leg and i had to push him off this end and lost some fingers and stuff and kind of punched him with my other and got a little bit of a break-free and i swam up. >> cook made it to the shore with the help of a friend. doctors amputated most of his left leg. there have been more than a half this year. on the cbs "moneywatch," a new movie trailer is out today in a galaxy near you. and a key decision for a health care merger. hena daniels is at the new york stock exchange and more. >> reporter: investors will be watching earnings report.
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for the week the dow jones gained 132 points and s&p rose 1 and the nasdaq unfortunate 55 poise. stockholders vote today on aetna's purchase of health care giant humana. the board of directors of both companies have reportedly voted in favor of the deal. two shareholders filed the lawsuit last week to try to block the sale, claiming it's not a good deal. apple is planning appeal after losing a patent lawsuit. a federal jury ordered apple to pay $240 million for the university of michigan for processors that power iphones and ipads. the jury ruled that some recent devices entring the patent on improving processor efficiency. the family friendly horror movie "goosebumps" took the on
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week. jack black stars in the popular book series. it earned $23 million to march place. it's a big day for "star wars" fans. they will get their first look at the latest trailer the new movie "the fourth awakens." "monday night football." the movie posters will show up in theater lobbies and after the trailer is shown, advance tickets will go on sale for episode seven that opens december 18th. >> that is like christmas morning. even a tiny preview for "star wars" fans, so exciting, right? >> you can't help but get caught in the hype. >> you really can't. hena daniels for us at the new york stock exchange, thank you. coming up on krpt "cbs this morning," we will show you why amazon is suing for people allegedly posting fake reviews. up next on the morning
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comedy honor and fans are calling at the time miracle in ann arbor. the minneapolis star tribune reports on the shooting death of a sheriff's deputy. police say a 24-year veteran of the atkins sheriff's department was shot on sunday. the spokesman said they fought over the deputy's gun. >> several shots were fired during that struggle and security officers were able to get in the room and the subject was tased with a taser, and taken into custody. >> the deputy was guarding the suspect who was being treated after a domestic dispute. after the suspect was tased, he died at the scene. the new york daily news covers the start of the "good fellas" trial today. a mob tattoo will be on his arm covered in court today. vincent asaro will have a his
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. we got jay glazer on the other side. can you hit him? >> nice. >> whoa! >> oh, no. maybe alex rodriguez should stick to baseball. the new york yankees slugger was a guest on nfl's pregame show when an errant throw of a
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football damaged an expensive looking video screen. they were laughing, though. the new york mets are in control of the national league championship series. david wright drove in curtis granderson with the mets first run and daniel murphy homered the second time the last two games. mets lead the series two games for none and game three is at wrigley field in chicago. in nfl "sunday night football," new england stays undefeated. the patriots tom brady threw for 312 yards and three touchdowns in the team's first meeting since the deflaetgate scandal. in the third quarter with the punting team on the field the play that didn't work. >> the whole idea there was, you know, on fourth and three or less, you know, shift to an alignment where you either catch them misaligned. people in.
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even by new york city standards, this was a bizarre sight. a kangaroo was hopping around a parking lot in staten island on saturday. didn't take longs for cops to corner it and return it to its owner. the kangaroo had apparently escaped through an unlocked gate of a yard from a nearby home. the heart of texas is used to the beat of the sound of local dance halls. most big towns had a honky tonk but as david begnaud reports, those days are drifting away. >> reporter: shuffle your way through the broken spoke dance hall in austin, texas, and
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local rhinestone cowboy uchlt . since he opened the place in 1964, guests have flocked in five days a week to enjoy one of texas' oldest traditions, two-stepping to the sound of music. >> coming out hurry to honky tonk and listen to a country music band and you get up and dance and have a good time. a true mom and pop operation. i tell people that my wife is a working half the family and i'm in charge of bs and pr and we ain't going to change nothing, you know? >> reporter: he is pretty good at b strks. >> i know he is. >> reporter: that country charm has allowed the broken spoke to survive. across most of texas and historic rural areas, dance halls are in danger. >> many of them have disappeared through lack of interest or support, fallen down, burned. >> reporter: jess fleming is president of the dance hall preservation inc. how much of the heritage of texas can be traced back to a dance hall? >> i think pretty much all of it can be, because everybody came
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community center to share and enjoy what they had done in the community they lived in. >> reporter: does it make you emotional? >> it does. >> reporter: why? >> because it's such a great thing. and to see them dying. >> reporter: twin sisters is surviving. it is the oldest dance hall in texas, one hour west of austin. it opened to the public in 1870. its estimated 1,000 dance halls were built in texas between the late 1800s and the early 1900s. now just 400 still stand and only two operate daily. lucken bach and this one when when it comes to preserve texas' decaying dance halls, broken spoke is still moving. >> they know darn well they are not at carnegie hall. >> reporter: that is true texas
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talking from a cowboy dedicated to saving what is left, one two-step at a time. david begnaud, cbs news, austin. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more on the wintry weather from the midwest to the east. we will get the forecast. plus a look at comedian tracy morgan's return to "saturday night live." and norah talks with act cress kerry mulligan about her new movie "suffer jet." >> that's all ahead on "cbs this morning." that is the "cbs morning news" for this monday. i'm meg oliver.
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