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? it's tuesday, august 9th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." donald trump tried to sta message, but his economic speech couldn't keep ranking republicans from jumping ship. a new poll gives hillary clinton an even larger lead, but a new lawsuit blames her for two deaths in benghazi. and bad blood in the water. with the staredown and a record breaking swim american gets her
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newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you, i'm anne-marie green. well, donald trump's economic plan calls for a tax base which he says will revitalize the economy. the clinton campaign says all trump's plan does is benefit the rich. she unveils her economic plan thursday. a just released national poll now shows clinton has opened a 57 prosecutes felt he has the temperament to be president, 67% feel that way about trump. >> good morning. lower taxes, fewer regulations and a focus on fossil fuel. donald trump pitched his revamped tax plan monday in detroit. many of his proposals have been
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decades, including across-the-board tax cuts. >> my plan will reduce the current number of brackets from seven to three. and dramatically streamline the process. >> reporter: during the hour-long address the republican candidate also took came at hillary clinton. >> every policy she has tips the playing field to other countries. >> reporter: speaking in florida, the democratic nominee panned trump's plan as more of the same. >> tle not help our economy grow. >> reporter: a monmouth university poll out monday has trump trailing clinton by double digits nationally, while facing growing opposition from members of his own party. late yesterday, republican senator susan collins of maine revealed she would not be voting for trump in november. this after 50 gop senior national security officials warned the republican candidate would be dangerous to the nation's security.
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fallout from her use of a private e-mail server during her time as secretary of state. >> i blame hillary clinton personally for the death of my son. >> reporter: the parents of two americans killed in the 2012 benghazi attack filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the democratic nominee monday. they say her so-called extreme carelessness led to their son's death. clinton's campaign responded to already been cleared any wrongdoing by several different investigations. on thursday, she will offer up her own plan for the economy during a speech in detroit. anne-marie. >> brian webb in new york. thank you so much, brian. well, coming up on "cbs this morning," we'll talk with jerry seib, washington bureau chief from "the wall street journal" about the economic plan. and to weather. the golf coast is under the threat of heavy rain and
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hoernls used sandbags to try and protect their properties from the rising water. and the wet weather spread into the southeast. in alabama the unsettled weather also caused street flooding. on mexico's gulf coast the cleanup and recovery from hurricane earl continues. weekend mudslides killed at least 45 people, including eight people from the same family. is making its way up the baja california peninsula. the storm was expected to pass by the popular resort cabo san lucas overnight. in california residents in another 5,000 homes have been told they may want to evacuate as the so-called pilot wildfire as spread. the fire has burned 57 acres east of los angeles. smoke advisories have been issued for the mojave desert
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contained. several area school districts will be closed today, no injuries have been reported, though. delta airlines is struggling to rebook passengers stranded by a glucomputer glitch. the company says the power outage at its atlanta based classic computers but saying delta equit outage. delta ceo offered a mea culpa. >> i apologize for the experience this has caused four and your travel experience. >> customers whose flights were cancelled or delayed could get a refund or $200 in travel vouchers. another case of zika virus was covered in palm beach county and north of miami-dade county.
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recently traveled to miami-dade. the new school year starts tomorrow in florida. and governor rick scott has ordered mosquito repellent distributed to south florida schools. the 10-year-old who died on a water slide ride suffered a neck injury but it's still unclear what happened to caleb schwab. two women riding with schwab down the outside of the boat that passengers are supposed to ride in. the ride will remain closed. three children were injured when they fell out of a ferris wheel. the oldest is 16. they fell about 45 feet to the ground. they are reportedly in serious condition. to rio now where american swimmers scored gold for the second day in a row.
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water before the women's 100 meter breaststroke even started. >> reporter: on the deck american lily king stared down the russian outraged that she was eligible to compete in the game after serving for doping for a banned substance. king got what she was looking for. revenge. schepp won and the russian settled for silver and the american lee brought home bronze. it was gold for american ryan murphy. ? his win made it six straight for the americans in the event. >> and cherry gets the final block. and this one is over. >> reporter: the american women showed their strength in the
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jennings got the easy win over switzerland with the match remaining in group play. and fencer ibtihaj muhammad made history with the hijab that she wears for her muslim faith. muhammad won the match but eliminated in the next round. >> u.s. has stretched its lead in medals with 19. not bad. of course, to get into olympic event, you need a ticket, and some event, a little easier to get into than others. jamie lucas is in rio with that part of the story, good morning, jamie. >> good morning, anne-marie, i can tell you the swimming tickets were tough to come by, you probably see on tv those empty seats.
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ticket buyers. and they've only sold about a quarter of tickets outside of brazil and the majority are to americans. >> reporter: this family brought their three kids from reno nevada to experience the games. >> 26 events. >> reporter: 26 events? are you going to be able to stay up for all of them. >> yes. >> reporter: the family got here fuel value meal. >> we got it for $12 apiece. >> reporter: women's rugby, biking races and the kayaking competition only drew a few thousand spectators. the lackluster performance by the brazilian teams is not helping to fill seats and many say it's too high.
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$300. this is what happened when we tried to buy tickets for the u.s. men's basketball game. are you sold out? you can find any soldout event on the black market. the international olympic committee is hoping that the stadiums may eventually fill up with people who have the olympics on their bucket list. the brazilian police reported they arrested 40 people for scalping and the a hundreds of counterfeit tickets. what the olympic committee said they will not do at this point is give away any tickets, anne-marie. still ahead on the "morning news," spieced candy. and ivanka trump under fire. a designer of her clothing line complains about the lack of paid maternity leave. this is the "cbs morning news."
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hena daniels is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, hena. good morning, anne-marie. a lift in energy left stocks higher. the dow jones lost 14 points. s&p 500 finished nearly 2 points lower and the nasdaq lost nearly 8. one of the world's largest point of sale payment systems micros has been used by hotels and restaurants and retailers around the world at more than 33,000 sites. a computer blogger said micros was breached by russian cybercriminals. it's unclear what financial data was accessed. oracle is notifying customers to change passwords for all macros accounts.
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here's a look at atoday's forecast in some cities around the country. already left his mark on this year's olympics. he won gold in the 400 meter free teel and the 300 meter butterfly. but as ben tracy reports it is the purple marks on his skin that has many people talking. >> reporter: when michael phelps made his rio debut, there were two questions. how fast would he swim? and what's with those purple marks all over his body. turns out, they're the result of
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treatment known as cupping. you can see him getting the treatment in his under armour ad. here's how cupping works. specialized suction cups pull the skin up and away from the underlying muscles breaking capillaries. that speeds recovery. phelps is such a fan, he instagramed this photo mid-cup treatment. codey miller said he's also a cupper. >> it to me during back and she'll be like -- ahh -- i know! >> reporter: but it's not just for professional athletes, this 24-year-old uses it for pain. the doctor treats her in new york. >> cupping actually jump-starts the body's natural healing process to help resolve the
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a decade ago she gave a stranger a gift of life. and now that stranger has returned to give denny a gift of a jim axelrod reports. >> reporter: to make a man happier, jenny could trust arthur thomas' heart. >> thank you so much. >> are you kidding.
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killed near a robbery in pittsburgh ten years ago. hundreds of years ago in philadelphia arthur thomas' failing heart had him on a transplant waiting list but hope was slipping away. >> i was on death's door when he was murdered. and i needed a heart or i was going to be dying within the next few days. >> reporter: fast forward a decade to a letter jenny mailed to arthu daughter of the man whose heart is inside you. would you walk me down the aisle? >> reporter: which is how jenny stepien got to have her father's beating heart with her for the biggest moment of her life. >> it's like having my dad here. and better, we get to share this story with other people and people see organ donors do matter. >> reporter: and that's how both hearts were both breaking at
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jim axelrod, cbs news, new york. here's another look at the morning's top stories, donald trump introduces revamped economic plans that proposes tax cuts but it's short on specifics. trump says his plan will revitalize the u.s. economy. hillary clinton said the plan benefits the rich. a new national poll shows clinton with a double digit lead over trump. and senator collins of maine american lilia king won gold in the 100 meter breaststroke. american ryan murphy won the 100 meter's men's back stroke. and the american team rallied 117-69. the u.s. women's pounded spain 103 to 63. coming up on your local news on "cbs this morning," more from rio. we'll look at accusations of
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charlie speaks with former cia deputy director michael more l about his endorsement of hillary clinton for president. and we'll show you the veggie burger revival as burger lovers embrace the meatless alternative. that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green.
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new information about a series of crashes that killed one person on 540. >> donald trump is making two stops today here in the tarheel state. a look at how authorities are preparing. >> lateer storms are a summer staple around here. if we can expect to see more of what we saw yesterday. it was a mess. good morning and thank you for being with us. i'm russ owen. >> i'm brenda chardonnay. first kristen has a quick look at that forecast. good morning, kristen. >> good morning. we had some heavy rain fall across the area yesterday with some of the slow moving storms that popped up.

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