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have a great day. good morning. it is thursday, september 3rd, 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." heartbreaking images of europe's refugee crisis sends shock waves around the world. we're at the budapest train station where desperate families hope there may be a way out. also, video obtained by cbs news shows tsa agent ss groping male passengers. >> and a mass baptism of his team. but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> he was my best friend, my
world, every night he came home to me. >> police hunt for the illinois cop killer. >> she claims two men approached her car. it turned out to be a lie. >> they allowed thousands of budapests to enter the train station. many hope to resettle to germany. >> the problem is a german problem. nobody would like to stay in hungary. >> the rnc circulating a loyalty pledge asking candidates to rule out a third-party bid. >> it seems to be solely pointed at donald trump. >> all eyes are on vice president joe biden. >> she'll be in court this morning. >> she needs to be taken out of here in handcuffs. >> president obama won the votes needed to secure an iran nuclear deal. >> every death that iran causes
is now on barack obama's head. >> 3,000 people were evacuated from the airport because of a fire. >> today the bridge in san francisco backed up for miles. highway workers and police trying to catch a chicken running loose. >> all that -- >> this massive animal charges a truck. >> -- and all that matters -- >> here's the thing. no one from jeb's campaign asked me if this was okay with me to raise money off my first show. >> hey, stephen, i'm at the philadelphia airport. i thought the host was amy schumer. i totally blew it. >> -- on "cbs this morning." novak djokovic calls a fan down. they start busting a move. >> i tell you. >> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" is presented by toyota. let's go places. captioning funded by cbs
welcome to "cbs this morning." charlie rose is off, so anthony mason is at the desk zbhood morn. >> good morning. >> good to have you hear. people are waking up to a heartbreaking image in newspapers around the world. a warning this is graphic. the body of a 3-year-old boy from syria washed ashore. he drowned trying to reach the island. >> it's hard to see that. europe is struggling to deal with the flood of desperate families fleeing isis and war-torn countries like syria. there's a chaotic scene in budapest. charlie d'agata is on a train that's pulling out of budapest right now. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we're on board one of the first trains to leave budapest. the migrants on board aren't even sure where it's going. throughout the morning we heard that they're accepting international tickets for
destinations in hungary, and some of the migrants are taking them up on their offer. as soon as those doors opens, migrants by the hundreds went flooding in. word spread fast, spilling onto the palace forms and packing onto the train in the hope that they were headed to germany, austria, anywhere be here, but nobody was telling them anything. this man wondered why let them in if not to let them go. doesn't it feel like they're tricking you? >> we do. that's why we're hesitating whether to take the train or not. >> reporter: hesitating because migrants are worried instead of going to richer countries in europe, they may be taken to a holding camp in hungary. >> if you have to make a decision, what will you do? >> i'm not going there. >> reporter: on board it was even more chaotic. the heat was unbearable.
it was heard to keep the camera lens clear from the condensation. they're penniless, hungry, and exhausted. after having spent weeks on the road an more than a week stuck here at the station in budapest, the migrants are desperate to board any train that will take them away. like this man from dara. >> this is my lucky day -- well, not my lucky day but i think it's my lucky day, i believe. >> but it wasn't hasan's lucky day. he decided to get off the train rather than risk it. we're hearing reporting that trains are stopping outside budapest and being ordered off there. where this train is going, we're about to find out. anthony? >> charlie d'agata in budapest. thank you. it's gotten so bad germany is expecting 800,000 refugees this year and will cost them $2 billion to $4 billion.
there's a swarm in northern illinois illinois in a search for suspects. lieutenant joe gliniewicz was gunned down while chasing three men. his widow spoke out at a vigil last night. anna werner is at fox lake north of chicago. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. adjuster gliniewicz radioed in a description of the expects, two white men and one black man, so authorities are heavily reliant on tips coming in from the community. one woman claimed two men tried to carjack her and then ran off into a field. >> reporter: 11 canine teams and helicopters responded to tips in a cornfield overnight.
they combed an area near where lieutenant gliniewicz was killed tuesday. the five-hour search was a dead end. they say kristen kiefer was lying when she called in a carjacking. >> all it takes is one tip to break a case wide open. >> reporter: the chief is in charge of the major crime task force. lieutenant joe gliniewicz was on patrol tuesday when he radioed for backup while in pursuit of three men who he said were act specially. >> when you hear a veteran officer call and say he needs a backup, that usually raises flags. >> reporter: once they got to the scene, it took nearly ten minutes to find gliniewicz shot lying aboutnear his squad car. >> joe was my best friend, my
world, my hero, the love of my life for the last 26 1/2 years. i once was lost >> reporter: hundreds of people attended a vigil wednesday night to honor the man they're calling a hero in blue. >> joe has by my partner for 30 year. you won't be forgotten, g.i., you're a man in blue. i love you, joe. >> reporter: and this is the memorial behind me here at the police department. that memorial has been growing over the last couple of days. meanwhile the woman who alenledly made that false report has been charged with two counts of disorderly conduct for falsifying a police report, and she is in jail this morning. norah? >> all right, anna, thank you so much. a former aide to hillary clinton plans to invoke the fifth amendment in response to a subpoena to testify before congress. brian pagliano helped set up the
server that housed hillary clinton's e-mail account. they want to question him. donald trump is expected to meet today with a chairman of the republican national committee to discuss signing this loyalty pledge which was just obtained by cbs news a couple of minutes ago. this document was sent to all 17 republicans candidates and it asks them to vow not to start a third-party campaign. donald trump is the only one who has made that threat. >> it's extremely rare for a major political party to ask its candidates to sign a loiltd pledge. it's still not clear whether trum listen sign it. the only thing you can predict with certainty is donald trump is he's unpredictable. >> raise your hand now if you won't make that pledge tonight. mr. trump. >> reporter: when asked if he would rule out a third-party run, trump's answer at last month's gop debate was clear. >> you will not make the pledge
at this time. >> i will not make the pledge at this time. >> okay. >> reporter: but now his own party is making the request and they want it in writing. on wednesday it was e-mailed to the 17 candidates asking them to sign the pledge regardless of who it is. the document also asked them to confirm that they would not run as an independent or write-in candidate. the billionaire's resistance has given him leverage in the party. he's at the top of the polls and running independently could make a white house run for the gof very difficult. >> i want to be treated fairly. i want to be treated with respect. >> reporter: trump has repeatedly said he would promise his devotion if treated well during his bid for republican nomination. >> if i'm treated fairly and i get a good fair shot at this and i'm not, you know, being sabotaged with all sorts of nonsense and a lot of phony ads,
i would have no interest in doing that whatsoever. >> reporter: over the weekend trump said he would prefer to run and win on the republican ticket. >> that would be the path to victory. we're going to make a decision very soon and i think a lot of people will be happy. >> trump will hold a press conference this afternoon in new york. keep in mind if trump does sign that loyalty pledge, it's not a legally binding document. there's no guarantee that he won't back out later if he feels he's not being treated with respect by the republican party. >> that is true. cbs political director john dickerson is in washington. good morning, john. >> good morning, norah. >> what do you think he'll do? >> i think he'll sign the pledge. he likes leverage. he uses the word in that debate and he has used leverage over the party, making sure they
don't try to stick him in a corner or set him to the side so he's always left the idea of an independent run open. but people have told him he might get some percentage, 5 to 10 percentage points, he's been told, if he signs the pledge of those republicans who want to see him say he's serious about the party. so now as we've seen him edge by inch become more of a politician, less of an outside e this would be a move to try to increase his support within the party. >> it doesn't seem to have hurt him so far, john. >> no, but the problem is he's always done very well, broken lots of rules and has done better. he knows that there is a creeling to his support, his favorability has grown amazingly in iowa, but there is a portion of the party that says we won't vote for him ever, and so this is a way that he can perhaps expand his vote by showing he's a team player.
>> so, john, let's turn to vice president joe biden. we're still waiting to hear exactly what he's going to do. yesterday when he was speaking at a community college in florida, a lot of people say he sure sounded like a candidate. let's listen to his thoughts. >> people who aren't willing to ing toing to risk failing never succeed. >> john dickerson, what do you make of that? >> well, it sounds like it could be somebody who's jumping in or a testing phase. all of this adulation is great for somebody who could be coming to the end of their career. this is kind of a vuktry lap for a man who's devoted his life for politics which doesn't necessarily mean he's preparing the way. on the other hand if he goes out and people say, hey, joe, if you decide to run, we're all behind you, that could be something
that inches him more closely. we still don't know. >> john dickerson. thank you, john. president obama can celebrate a major policy deal with the iran nuclear deal. he has secured enough votes in the senate fro text the agreement to prevent others from killing it. bausch are mikulski has added her vote. all are democrats. a county clerk could learn her fate this morning. kim davis wants the court to delay his order. she's refusing to comply. she's citing religious views. dean reynolds is at the district court in ashland, kentucky, where davis faces a fate of jail. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. kim davis goes before a judge today to explain why she should not be held in contempt, continuing to defy the highest court in the land. >> i'm not discriminating.
>> yes, you are very even with possible contempt charges looming, rowan county clerk kim davis has been turning away candidates. robby blankenship and his partner of 20 years, jesse cruz, droesh drove down from ohio to get a marriage license. >> we're here to get a marriage license. >> not here, you're not. >> oh, yes, we are. >> no, you're not. >> reporter: they say the apostolic christian is unable to issue the licenses because it ir irreparably violates. 13 counties are refusing to issue licenses to same-sex counties including nine in alabama where the justice of the
state supreme court is strongly opposed to same-sex marriage. evangelist bernie spence doesn't know davis but stands with her beliefs. are you at all worried that you're on the losing side of this? >> oh, no, sir. you see, it's god holy's world. revelations. god tells us we're on the winning side. >> reporter: but a few feet awail mark castillo and his husband kevin called for the clerk to step down. >> if she wants her rights, work for your church or a private company. >> we believe in religious liberties as well, but when you hold a public office, you have to follow that. it's as simple as that. >> reporter: they've asked the judge to fine miss davis if she refuses to bend. they have not asked for jail time, although the judge could impose it if he chooses to. norah? >> dean, thank you so much. this morning china is
flexing its military muscle off of alaska. five chinese ships are in the bearing sea. it's the first time they've seen chinese warships there. seth doane is in the chinese capital. seth, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. china will reduce its military by 300,000 troops. that's the big news coming out of this massive military parade in beijing today. it marks 70 years since the japanese surrendered at the end of world war ii. against the backdrop of the largest military parade in modern china, president zi axi announced a troop reduction. 12,000 troops taking part, a fraction of those serving in the
people's liberation army. china wants to modernize and centralize its forces. defense spending has been growing by double digits in the last five years. china has been flexing its military muscle, particularly in the south china sea. you can see we're packed in here with media. the world is paying close attention to this parade and in particular defense departments around the world are watching which weapons are unveiled. many of them have never been see before. the df-121-d is the closest watched. it's capable of sinking an aircraft carrier in a single strike. lieutenant army veteran, lieutenant jay vinert. the 92-year-old had flown supplies into china, a u.s. ally during world war ii. he received a medal from president xi this week.
>> we all felt like we made a big contribution to helping china in the war and then in addition to patting yourself on the back, the chinese were willing to pat us on the back too. >> reporter: china released 70,000 doves for the finale. china invited the world to attend, but for the most part western leaders stayed away, japan. >> thanks, seth. the tsa say the pat-downs went too far.
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racially good morning. it's 7:26 on this thursday, september 3rd it looks like the heat wave will continue for the fifth day. i'm chris wragge. the forecast with john in a moment. this is is a live picture from breaking news on the scene of the house fire. five people have been injured. no word on their condition. flames also damaged some of the neighboring homes. a police investigation is underway in hillside, new jersey. union county police are on the scene, and we will have more details as they are available here on cbs 2. new yorkers have a chance
today to win ticketing to see the pope's processional through central park later this month. only new york city residents are eligible, and each winner is only awarded two tickets. you can visit the nyc.gov page or call 311. winners will be notified next thursday. cbs 2 is your source for the pope's visit. look for live coverage here on cbs 2 and streaming live in cbsnewyork.com. >> john, it's only for new yorkers, you're out of luck. >> i will be out in essex county, watching it on the screen in central park. hackensack, 66, and around the area, cooler still, north and west. 63 in monticello. it's warmer, and the dew points are a degree or two lower. still muggy. where you can see the higher dew points, you're having a
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plus a mass baptism. some accuse a church of forcing the public school students into a religious act. the pastor will weigh in. that's ahead. cbs rally affiliate reports on breaking news. one marine was killed when a helicopter made a hard landing at camp lejeune. at least seven others were hurt. it happened during the a training exercise last night. three marines were on board. the landing is under investigation. "usa today" has a follow-up on toe bayco sales. this morning they appeared on "cbs this morning" to discuss the ban. a new study finds it appears to be making a difference. it compares products in 13 states where cvs has more than 15% market share. there was a 1% drop in cigarette sales.
that's about 95 million fewer packs that were sold. "fortune" reports on the federal aviation commission for using start-up drones. the consulting group called measure will use drones to gather data for things such as agriculture, gas, and insurance. >> and amazon has a device program. it's open to all prime members. they added more products so you can order up to 29 brands which include basic products. the dash button costs $4.99. that will be reimbursed after the first purchase. an airpt security camera captures the a inappropriate pat-downs last february.
the tsa fired two of its workers. kris van cleave shows you how it's a string of controversies at the tsa. >> reporter: they just released this security camera. it shows these two tsa officers working together to manipulate the screening process allowing spicka fondle male passengers. watch. moments later a second male passenger gets patted down. reportedly someone who reported the pair they would identify them. triggering the machine to detect an amami in that genital area allowing zbik ta to perform a pat-down. three months after that tip they began a investigation eventually firing the pair. the videos released comes days after an incident at laguardia airport that now has a tsa offer
facing sexual abuse and harassment charges for allegedly gropes a 21-year-old female student from korea in an airport. he told her he was screening her for weapons. he was fired by the tsa. in a statement the agency says it holds its employees to the highest standards. the airport had been refusing for months to release this video citing an ongoing criminal investigation. she has in admitted her role in it. "cbs this morning" reached out to both tsa officers. neath rear e responded to our request for comment. >> thank you so much. school investigators are getting this morning after a church held a mass baptism on a football field of a public high school. this video caught the attention
of critics after it was caught online. mark strassmann has more. good morn good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we have a you teen video that shows a baptist minister baptizing almost 200 people before a football game. run player after another lines up, 18 in all. a local church group took the controversial video and uploaded it to youtube with the caption, take a look and see how god is still in our schools. >> what was the overall message of that day to you? >> of hope, care, and compassion from the community. >> martinez watched the baptisms. >> what were you thinking? >> i was so proud and excited
and an example of the new relationship in their life and what it means in that school. >> reporter: kevin williams of the first baptist church said no one asked the school first. >> so the school really had nothing do with it. it's really us, the church, and the men of the community kind of setting it up. >> but you posted it up, god is back in school, god is alive in school. >> yeah. >> you flew was a line there. >> there's a lot of people who don't want god in anything. >> religion in public schools don't miss. >> our students should not be forced to pray to play and this is coercive and prosletizing. >> reporter: they sent the school district a letter and asked them to immediately investigate to make sure there were no further illegal convenience. >> football players are at the mer soif their coach and want to
please their coach. when they're being corralled to attend a religious service and be dunk and baptized, how can anyone not believe they're corersive. >> it never happened that way. we never thought we'd get this much attention over some kids getting baptized. >> the school district has released a statement saying it's looking into the specifics of this situation and take appropriate steps to make sure all federal steps are followed. the religion foundation is sugar over another incident. anthony? >> thank you, mark. taylor swift's new video is sparking an unexpected debate on race. ahead, why critics are calling out the sinner for not including enough people of color. and if you're heading off to work, set your dvr so you can watch "cbs this morning" any time.
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this morning the director of taylor swift's new music video is defending its story line. some critics args that the video for "wildest dreams" is racially insensitive. the criticism began with a blog on national public radio. contributors expressed shock that swift and her team felt it was oklahoma to shoot a video that, quote, shed a fantasy of africa. kworks, taylor swift went to africa to film a video and there's only white people in it. vladimir duthiers is here with the growing controversy. good morning. >> good morning. the video harkens back to old hollywood and some say outdated images of white colonialism and white privilege. it has to do with artistic
artistry and integrity. >> reporter: it's probably safe to say that in her wildest dream taylor swift never imagined the current backlash against her current video. in it swift portrays a colonial era actress on the set of a film stage in 1950s africa but some say it's a pie gone era that ignores the colonialism and doesn't show enough color. >> it show glams russ beautiful side of white people's in involvement in africa while completely living out the exploitation that went along with it. >> reporter: films like "out of africa" starring meryl streep and "sing solomon's mind" were tone deaf. the director of the video joseh
kahn who collaborated with swift on others says there's no political agenda in the video. our only goal was to tell a classic love story in iconicoographiy. >> for someone like taylor, it might be a good idea to think about these issues a little more critically. >> reporter: online reaction has been mixed with some creating unwarranted controversy. for taylor, it's likely a lesson she won't forget. >> in the past taylor has not only shone charlottetown that she's politically attune but she's also always making a statement and she wants to be at the forefront of social chachlk and this was just a little blip in the world of taylor swift. >> the video has been viewed around 19 million times and swift says she will donate all of her proceeds from this video to the african parks foundation, which helps endangered animals. >> sounds like a made up controversy to me.
i feel like saying, go sit down. trying to create a problem where there really isn't one. i've looked at it three times myself. >> and i heard you guys singing it. >> listen. i love taylor swift. i think the video is great and they're telling a love story. it's not about politics, i don't think. >> it's not a film. it's music. it's a beautiful song. >> i'm still waving my taylor swift pom-poms. >> 19 million people are too. >> thank you, vlad. a chick about on the lam puts drivers in a jam.
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>> some 240,000 people a day use the bay bridge. so the odds are great this chicken run without end in disas the ter. but finally they teemed up to take the bird safely into custody. the adventure ends as it often does for troublemakers, cooped up in the back of a police cruiser. for "cbs this morning," john blackstone. >> that was a good'. let hem run around. kentucky senator rand paul will be in studio 57 today. a pledge that all republican candidates are being asked to make this morning. did he sign it? is he going to? that's ahead on "cbs this
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good morning. it's thursday, september 3rd, and it looks like the heat wave will continue for a fifth day today with temperatures climbing into the low 90s. i'm chris wragge. john with the full forecast in a moment, but first, a fire tears through a house on glenwood road, and the fire was so severe it spread through the roof and into other homes. five people were hurt, no word on their condition this morning. firefighters are working to figure out what started the blaze. a service road incident on the l.i.e. led to two people going to the hospital. a driver crashed his car and ran away. a good samaritan was chasing him, and he was hit by a passing van. the suspect took off a stolen
tractor trailer for 7 miles before trashing that truck, and that's when police were finally able to catch up with him. new yorkers today have a chance to win tickets to the pope's procession through central park later this month. they will be hand out through the lottery system. applications handed out today through monday, and only two tickets will be awarded to each winner, and to enter, new york citiers can enter the nyc.gov web page or call 311, and winners will be notified starting next week. scanning the city, yeah a little gritty, and we have air quality alert kicking in at 11 today, clear and 76 right now, and around the area, the numbers are not too bad. close to the city, across the river, in the 60s. staten island, 72. 72 for the hamptons, and babylon dealing with fog, and the dew point is almost 73.
that's why you are seeing low visible. still gray around the hamptons, and the front will usher in the chance for a popup shower or storm today. the chance lingering into the the first part of your friday, and then cooler for the week. chris? >> john, thank you so much. we have back with another update in 25 minutes. cbs this morning is coming back
it's thursday, september 3rd, 2015. welcome back to "cbs this morning." carolina coast rand paul will give the court's take on declaring same-sex marriage licenses and the court clerk in his state. but first your "eye opener" at 8:00. trains are being stopped and migrants are being ordered off the train from there. >> last night a woman called in and claimed two men tried to carjack her. >> she fabricated the entire story. >> hillary clinton's staffer pleads the fifth amendment. it's extremely rare to have
a member of a political party to sign a loyalty pledge. one marine was killed when a helicopter made a hard landing at camp lejeune. at least seven others were hurt. >> reporter: the world is paying close attention. defense departments are watching which ones are unveiled. the video harkens back to old hollywood and some say to -- >> kim davis goes before a judge today to explain why she should not be held in contempt. >> she's been married four times herself, so in way she's an expert on who shouldn't get married. >> i'm norah o'donnell with gayle king and anthony mason. charlie rose is off. the heartbreaking image of a body. it's very graphic.
it's of a 3-year-old syrian boy who drowned who attempted to reach greece with his family. his body washed ashore in turkey. a lot of people called that picture a turning point. migrants are protesting their treatment this morning after they were ordered off a train. one family lie down on the train tracks. earlier hundreds flooded into a major train station in budapest this morning when police stepped aside. they piled onto the trains hoping to reach western europe. charlie d'agata was on one of the trains to leave this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. we're one of first trains to leave budapest. the train has now come to a stop. it's about 20 minutes outside of budapest and the police are now going through. it started this morning when police stepped aside and migrants went flooding in, packing onto the platforms and jumping on anywhere they could. they weren't sure where they were going. all we were told is there are no
international trains leaving but migrants could get on board trains that were going to destinations within hungary. some are getting off the trains as the officers have told them to do. the migrants remain on the train. now, where it's going and roy's going to happen to the migrants remains to be seen. anthony? >> charlie d'agata near budapest hungary. thank you, charlie. a former aide to hillary clinton plans to ee vocalist the fifth amendment in response to a congressional s&p. brian paglia na helped set up the server. it's shielded some of his e-mail from inquiries. they want to question pagliano. vice president joe biden is hitting the road today. he's heading to atlanta after giving a speech in florida. this morning he's not tipping
his hand about running for president. a new poll shows success is not event. 46% are in favor of him. an equal amount is not. nancy cordes has more goochld morning. >> reporter: good morning. the vice president is meeting with jewish community leaders here in davie, florida, this morning. he hit a fund-raiser and a campaign stop. it felt an awful like that. a key community stop in battleground state. if biden has made up his mind, he's not saying. the media was there hoping for clues. >> look at all the pressure. the interest in community college impresses me greatly. >> reporter: massachusetts senator elizabeth warren, herself a progressive favorite
described how avidly biden pursued her advice. >> he called for advice. >> was there talk of a ticket even jokingly? >> it was a long conversation. >> reporter: we tried to ask the vice president about his plans yesterday but he ignored our shouting questions. he said he's going to make up his mind by the end of the summer. so technically, gayle, he has about three more week snas all right. we'll be waiting and watching. thank you, nancy. a kentucky court clerk will appear before a court to argue her case against same-sex marriage. county clerk kim davis continued to defy a court's order yesterday to issue licenses. lawyers for davis say she should not be held in contempt of court. it irrep pairably and
irreversely violated her conscience but critics say if she works for the government, she must follow the law. kentucky senator and republican presidential candidate rand paul is with us from capitol hill. good morning. good to see you. >> thanks for having me. >> i want to ask you about the county clerk for your home state. kim davis, should she be fired? >> anybody can have contracts but we don't force people to put their imprim mature or signature on contracts. the clerk has said she will file the contracts as she files any other contracts. she just doesn't want to be forced to participate in something she has a religious objection to. i think we could find a way around this. ultimately if society is going to challenge its idea on what
marriage is i think we should federalize -- >> right now, senator paul. >> let people make their own decisions. >> right now senator paul we don't have another option. these are the two choices. do you support what she's doing? >> i don't think we have to always have two choices or hit has to be a binding option. i think you could make it that notaries sign contracts. in fact, what's happening is people who are promoting this change in the definition of marriage as they become more aggressive, there is going to be more resistance. some are getting out of the marriage business entearily. they're say, look, if if you want, go get your marriage by someone else. i think that's what ieng's going to happen. if people are going to change things, push too hard, they're going to make it worse.
>> senator, what do you make of pledge. have you received it? >> i have received it. i haven't signed it. i do have sympathy for third parties frankly because sometimes the two main parties don't do a good job and third parties do provide pressure on the two parties to be better actually. what i don't like about donald trump is using the republican party and going out after he doesn't win the republican party and trying to destroy the republican party. >> senator, do you like the idea of a pledge? will you sign it? >> ross perot ended up giving us the first clinton and i think if trump does this, he could give us another clinton. i think he should state his intentions if he plans to run as a third party, he should let us know. yes, i will sign it. but we have said in the past,
yes, i'm not going to run as a third party candidate and i think that is a reasonable pledge to teenage. >> senator paul, jeb bush and donald trump are having a spirited back and forth we should say by tweet. at one point jeb bush said donald trump is out to destroy the republican party. what do you think of that? >> i think he's a fake. i think he's a fake conservative and there's not much about him that is conservative. i've been pointing out with great deal of emphasis that the right to prooivt prop earth and you can't take private property and give it from one to another. this was a big deal for conservatives. it was in 2005 and we objected to the kilo decision that allowed private property to be transferred from one private property owner to another. this is shg he uses in his business proper. he took a lady's house who had lived in her house for 30 years to make a parkering lot and used the bullying force of government.
he was for obama stimulus and obama care. think there's consensus on every and now i think he wants us to believe he's changed his opinion on everything. that's a little unusual so i'm going to continue to point out that he's a fake conservative. >> thank you for being with us this morning. >> thank you. changes are coming to your
than $30 million overpass across one of l.a. county's busiest freeways. the bridge is designed for wild animal whosz habitats are shrinking because urban sprawl. washington state reports on its first wide life crossing in june. ben tracy shows us how the largest animal bridge in america could save one of the last big carnivores in the u.s. >> reporter: he's the most famous lion in the world. his name is p-22 and he lives in the shadow of the hollywood sign in los angeles's griffith park. >> if he's anywhere in the area, hopefully i'll get a ping on my receiver. >> reporter: biologist jeff zing works for the national parks service. he uses his radio antenna to track p-22. three years ago he attached a radio collar to his neck.
that was after they discovered the big cat inside the park, a place visited by 10 million people each year r. >> we're in the middle of los angeles. how extraordinary is it that a mountain lie john is roaming around here. >> he ended up in this dead end park. it's not ideal. >> reporter: to get there p-22 had to navigate a maze of l.a. freeways. he was boyne in the mountains, somehow crossed the 405, made his way across hollywood hills taking refuge in the park. beth pratt says p-22 got lucky. just this month, another mountain lion, p-32, became at least the 12 lion killed trying to cross the freeway. >> they get to freeways and more often than not the car wins.
>> 15 other mountain lions are being tracked in the area, many tagged as kittens. adult kittens can roam 200 miles to mate but are now stopped by freeways. p-22 has eight square miles to call his own and no one to mate with. >> these freeways are acting as barriers for animals who need to travel. and so we need to help wildlife somehow maneuver them if they're going have a future anywhere. >> reporter: today they released these renders of a proposed crossing. conservation groups are working to raise $10 million to get started. so far no taxpayer dollars are involved. >> it would come through sweeping across the freeway and they would be able to come right up here. >> the crossing would allow all sorts of wild animals in the urban jupgle to once again roam
the entire santa monica eco system. >> is there some sense we owe this to these animals? i me we created this. >> i think we owe it to them to give back their wild spaces. we've taken so much of their han at the. >> do you think this will be a tough sell or do you think you'll be able to get this done? >> there's been an pouring that in my 25 years i've never seen. >> p-22 is now the 122-pound poster boy for the move meant to get the overpass built and he recently made more headlines after strolling into a griffith park neighborhood. he hid underneath a house and then disappeared once everyone left him alone. it was a reminder that p-22 has few places to go unless we bridge the gap for him. >> p-22's story has sort of captured the malk of the world. so i know we're going to get this done. >> reporter: for "cbs this morning," ben tracy, los angeles.
money. >> i know. he was all alone. he didn't have anything to name with. >> i was thinking about that and also the name p-22. who thought of that name? how about otis, charlie -- >> i thought you were going to -- >> we're out of time. some things have to remain private. will 007 shatter his own record again? we've got to your fall movie sneak previews ahead. that's on "cbs this morning."elp rearrange the fridge and get us energized! i'm new ensure active high protein. i help you recharge with nutritious energy and strength to keep you active. come on pear, it's only a half gallon. i'll take that. yeeeeeah! new ensure active high protein. 16 grams of protein and 23 vitamins and minerals. all in 160 calories. ensure. take life in. you get a cold. you can't breathe through your nose. suddenly, you're a mouthbreather.
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sheriff ca good morning. it's 8:25 on this thursday, and i'm diane macedo. we are following several breaking news stories this morning, one in brooklyn. firefighters are on the scene of a house fire that investigators are now calling suspicious. it's believed to have started on the front porch of the home on glenwood, road, and the fire grew so big it spread to a home nearby. three children and two adults in the home suffered injuries as did several firefighters who went to the scene. a driver crashed his car near 82 in holtsville last night and then a good samaritan chased him across the service road as he took off, and the
good samaritan was hit by a van. the man he was chasing took off and stole a tractor trailer and crashed it 7 miles away. police caught up to him there. applications accepted today through monday for new yorkers to see the pope in central park. you can visit nyc.gov or you can call 311, and the winners will be notified next thursday. incoming late show host, stephen colbert has agreed to take part in a benefit for the montclair film festival. he's a town resident and has supported the festival for years. he and j.j.abrams will be on stage for what is being called a nerdoff. colbert will debut as the host of the late show on tuesday, the day after labor day here on cbs 2. now to john elliott and the weather forecast.
>> the winner gets a new pair of glasses, i like that sunglasses today you bet. maybe an umbrella north and west if you're lucky. clear seven o'clock 6 around the area. north and west, still in the 60s, but elsewhere, steamy 77 already in greatneck, one of the warmer spots. and 92 today, above normal, and it's going to feel warmer than that with the high dew points. the burn time 15 to 25 minutes, and the day today, hot and humid. stray storm possible north and west. overnight tonight, could see an isolated shower or storm through midday on friday. but friday afternoon is 10 degrees cooler. >> i'm diane macedo. we will have another update in 25 minutes. cbs this morning will return in a moment. stay with us. i need everything on this list so my kids will be ready for school. they'll be 110% ready. folders, rulers, crayons? 15 , 35 , 50 . good, no detail ever gets past me.
welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour hollywood is releasing a flood of blockbusters this morning. co-founder steve jobs that may inspire voters we'll see what big releases are worth watching. >> plus cereal makers are doing what they can to boost soggy sales and stay relevant. ahead, the new products you'll see on store shelves and changes to old favorites. thisern mog it's time to show you some of this morning's headlight headlights. there are flaws in baby monitors that open the door to hacker. they tested nine monitors that connected to the internet.
all had security problems. three allowed them to have images even if they followed the security instructionet. the army has opened up to women. this comes after two women completed successfully passing army. kareem abdul-jabbar's op-ed. he wrote, this is the difference between donald trump and bernie sanders, he was especially critical as to what he referred to as trump bullying the media while sander has been much more willing to listen. he posted trump's response. he said the press treated an door jabar badly because they can't stand him. >> you might grab a bowl of
cereal to make your bref fast great again. sales have been slumping. to buck that trend, kellogg's has launched kelloggs yore jibs. general mills is putting more natural ingredients in check and cheerios are now gluten-free. leegaligh gallaghergaligh gallagher is the assistant manager of "fortune magazine." good morning. this is a big move. >> it is a big move but desperately needed. it saw its worst profit in more than a decade last year aptd needs to bring this category back because it's its mainstay product. it really invented breakfast over 100 years ago when it first came up with cereal to begin with. >> so what's happening?
>> a couple of things. number one, there are a lo of consumer trends happening, behavioral habits happening. cereal peaked when dad stayed at home and mom went to work. that's one thing. we're having fewer kids, everyone works, and everyone is on the go. here's the the big issue. the big processed packaged food industries are under attack. we kid a big cover story on this a couple of weeks ago. you see it everywhere you go. everyone is obsessed with fresh, organic, whole. >> kellogg's bought kashi cereal which is more organic and they
think it crushed that brand. >> the thing is they were way ahead of the game when they bought kashi in 2000, way ahead of it. this was a very countercultury brand and then they left it alone and it started to tlierch and then they got their hands in it in 2007 and then things starting to go south. so they're trying to turn it around. >> what does it mean for the company and what does it mean for the customer? >> healthy eating has changed. it used to mean fat-free, sugar-free, healthy. now it's full fat. nottely low calorie, but it's going through the roof. it's been disruptive. >> do they get it or understand it? >> they get it.
>> very often when a big company buy as small company they don't understand the culture and sometimes they ruin it. >> like kashi. so far we haven't seen it on this latest round. campbell soups bought bold house farms. general mills bought annie's organic. that happens all over the place. haynes sellcelestial has kind of rocketed and they're getting shelves in big super markets they wouldn't have gotten 10 years oeg. >> not yet. hollywood this morning is on its way to one of the stronger weeks at the box office fr. the new bond movie that's called
"specter" to thrillers like "everest. >> help, help, help. >> i'll get a rope. >> stay right where you are. >> i can't hold myself up. >> i'm coming out to you. >> good. good. >> come and get me. >> let's go. >> i'm coming tout you. here i come, mate. >> come, jake, come. >> eric joins us at the table. anything jake gyllenhaal, i'm sitting in my seat but what is the most anticipated movie. >> >> "fandango," ""hunger games,"" "star wars". this fall it's all about "the hunger games". she finally gets to storm the
capital and take out the slimy presidents. a lot of people are anticipating it. i really like this franchise. it's been one of the most successful adaptations. >> along with that we've got specter. >> no pressure. "specter" is like the biggest one ever. there's a henchman involved. we may see a classic villain. we'll learn what shaped him as a boy, as a man. he's getting to the last of it. >> he says it may be his last one. do you believe it, america. >> he said there would be two more. let's see if there's a two-party movie. >> what about "steve jobs." >> i think this may be an early front-runner for best picture. i had had people whisper in my ear it's really, really good. they both came out around the
same time. danny boyle directed it. it's really successful because everybody has a computer, a smartphone, they're going to want know how it all came to be. the trailers look -- >> has anybody said anything about eddy redmayne. >> if he does it he'll be the first with philadelphia and forest gump. she paints him as a woman and that experience sort of awakens him to identify as a woman. he becomes the first to undergoal gender reassignment vurjry. he has very delicate performances but he delivers a lot of flavor and he's nice to watch. >> i like that. delivers a lot of flavor. >> and you have brad pitt and angelina jolie where she's directing him. >> yes.
>> and they're still maired. >> they're still married. you know what's funny about this? they actually shot this on their honeymoon technically and it's about a couple who goes away to france to fix their marriage, they're having problems and can this vacation fix their mancht strange thing to do on your honeymoon. people have been dying. i can't wait. she's really proving herself as a fantastic director right now. >> and nancy myers has a new film. her new movie is called intern? >> intern. robert de niro plays with ann hathaway. i don't really like him in comedy. you know, this one looking charming "something's got to give," charming movie, also hollywood.
this is a good mom movie. >> youerthis is the circle of trust. >> love this title "sleeping with other people." can we take mom to that? >> no. it's a little raunchy. it remind mess of an r-rated "when harry met sally." they're ex-lovers to reunite without the other one sleeping around so much. sexy, and funny. >> eric, you're a lot of fun. your twitter bio said you're from new york. i couldn't tell. >> i'm from new york and i like pizza. >> >> and movies. >> and movies. and pizza with a lot of flavor.
arrests and inminute fame. good morning. >> good morning. captain higgins talks tough but gets him results. it's made him quite famous online but have also led in the increase in a number of arrests. >> hand on the front, hand in front. >> make it a point. >> and head toward the camera. >> reporter: louisiana sheriff's captain clay higgins is a straight shooter and a straight talker. >> fellas, you're all an embarrassment to any criminal with a brain. you're no good. you ruined your life. if you return to this man's home to steal your game, have your affairs in order. >> reporter: in addition to patrolling the streets in st. landry parish he host as weekly crime stopper segment for a local news crew. this one targeted cigarette thieves. >> if you're one of these idiots, pay attention, son, try
to focus and listen to your elder elder. what you fellas are is the virginia slim gang. you're certainly not marl borough men. >> reporter: these segments seen wrigley by 90,000 people have created a local folk hero. >> if you're a man who committed this felony, look at me son. i'm talking to you. >> reporter: but it was when this video about a robbery back in july that hit youtube that higgins bake an internet star. more than 5 million people have seen this. >> we're going to identify you, arrest you, and put you in a small cell. thereafter i'm going to have a cheeseburger here with fries and a coke and leave a nice tip for the waitress. >> reporter: his home base is in on a lieu sa, louisiana, the heart of home country, famous for its music and culture.
>> are you cajun? >> no. no. there's not a drop of cajun in me. >> before he was chasing suspects, this new orleans native was chasing money. >> i was a very successful businessman but i wasn't fulfilled in my spirit. i knew that there was another path for me. >> that path he said led him to law enforcement. >> my job went from $140,000 a year to $8 an hour as a cop. >> reporter: his tape is intimidating but effective. nine people have turned themselves in this past year. >> how long have you been in jail? >> since august 2nd. >> a father of two is one of them. >> why did you turn yourself in? >> to get my kid as what they need. >> reporter: he surrendered after chance was called out on crime stoppers.
>> >> chance, listen to uncle clay. turn yourself in, son. >> reporter: higgins said his message comes from the heart and his own experience as a less than perfect person. >> not only did i do things wrong, you'd better start early, pack a lunch and bring a flash light with batteries to find what i did wrong. now that i got a weirdass past, bring a shuffle, you might need an excavator. >> whatever is in his past, hi future is certainly bright. >> other law enforcement officers are calling him. this past month he got a promotion from lieutenant to captain. >> wow. i like him. clearly there's something in his past and somebody's going to start digging with a shovel. >> you'd better have your affairs in order. >> i like it. i like what he's doing. i like it. put your hand here, here, and here, make a point.
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to cut loose today. good morning. it's 8:55 on this thursday, september 3rd. i'm diane macedo. there's another cluster of legionnaires' disease in the south bronx. a fourth resident of the melrose houses has contracted the disease is in the hospital. one tower has tested positive for the bacteria, and the hot water in the building has been shut off until filters can be installed. results are pending on five more towers. video released of a group of teenager allegedly shopping in brooklyn. five boys and three girls stole items for the clothing store last month at the upper 90s store on atlantic avenue in borham hill. smokers visiting new york
may soon find it harder to light up. smoking for hotels and motels will be banned if passed. it would be the fifth state to prohibit smoking in all hotel rooms. several chains ban smoking in all their hotels. now to john elliott and the weather forecast. hot out there, john. >> reporter: absolutely, and sticky, too. 68 in the city. 77 in greenwich, and 73 in the hamptons, and the hamptons are still dealing with fog. dew points are higher for suffolk county, and dew point around 70. you have low clouds and visibility issues there. visibility fine in the city. the possibility of a stray shower or storm with the front north and west. and late this afternoon, into tonight. i tell you not a lot of energy affiliated with this front. there's a leftover shower or tomorrow through midday and then better by friday
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