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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is monday, september 19th, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning.? a new explosion rocks new jersey overnight when police try to detonate bombs found n plus, the fbi detains five people near a major new york bridge overnight and questions them in connection to saturday's explosion in manhattan. surveillance video shows the moment the bomb went off. only on "cbs this morning," jeff pegues shadows cia director john brennan. he gets an up-close look at how the agency is dealing with isis and challenge to its own existence. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener."
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for possible links to international militants after a series of domestic attacks. >> more devices found after multiple attacks. >> as governor of new york, this is my worst nightmare. >> this is the nightmare scenario. >> you felt the explosion in the car? >> absolutely. >> what did it feel like? >> massive shock wave. just like your whole body shook. isis claimed responsibility for a stabbing rampage at a shopping mall in minnesota. by an off-duty police officer. >> this individual will not shake the resolve of this community. >> secretary clinton's basket of deplorables comments. was it appropriate to use the word irredeemable >> that's not a word i would use. i wouldn't use it. >> after the birth certificate, he was released. donald trump advocateding something fives year.
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jeb! announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by toyota. let's go places! ? welcome to "cbs this morning." we are following several new developments overnight after a series of explosions in new york and new jersey. a robot detonated a bomb in a trash can overnight in the elizabeth, new jersey. it was one of five devices found near a train station. >> also overnight, the fbi stopped a car near new york's venizona bridge. several people were questioned in a chelsea neighborhood.
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and second pressure cooker bomb four blocks away but did not explode. this happened after a bomb detonated sat morning in seaside park, new jersey. >> also on saturday a man stabbed several people in a mall in central minnesota opinion isis is claiming responsibility for that attack. we have correspondents all around the country covering all of these developing stories right now. we begin with michelle miller. she is in elizabeth, >> reporter: good morning. amtrak and new jersey transit serve tens of thousands of people every single day. there will be delays today. in fact, the station behind me just reopened. investigators have been combing through evidence to see if there was any link between what would happen here last night and those explosions over the weekend. that was the moment an explosive device was accidentally set off
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investigators ducking for cover. officials say there were five devices inside the backpack, one of which was described as a pipe with wires coming out of it. only one of the devices exploded. >> i don't have the expertise to determine the blast function of that, but based on this -- the loudness, i think people could have been severely hurt or injured. >> reporter: chris bolway, the mayor of elizabeth, says the backpack was first spotted in a >> they found it and they walked it around the corner thinking there was something of value in it. when they realized it was too heavy and emptied it out, that's when they left the area and went to police headquarters. >> the police on high alert, elizabeth's mayor says the investigation will be thorough. >> we will not know until the state police have an opportunity to examine the materials and
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york. that will remain under investigation at this time. >> reporter: and, right now, the atf and the fbi are carrying out a raid inside a business, a few blocks from here. it is unclear if it is related to the explosives found last night. fortunately, no one was injured in that blast. and we should also note that the mayor says there were no electronic devices or cell phones used in that blast either. norah? >> michelle, thank you so much. moment a pressure cooker bomb exploded saturday night on a busy new york city street. the explosion in new york's chelsea neighborhood injured 29 people. all are okay this morning. investigators found a second bomb four blocks from the scene. that did not go off. no one has claimed responsibility. anna werner is near the scene in chelsea with the search for a suspect and a motive. >> reporter: good morning. you can see behind me much of this neighborhood is still shut down in chelsea.
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filled with slhrapnel and blew p in a heavily traffic street four blocks from where i'm standing. surveillance footage shows the bomb shattering the doors of a new york city fitness center and causing panic on the street. you felt the explosion in the car? >> absolutely. >> reporter: what did it feel like? >> massive shock wave. like your whole body shook. >> reporter: investigators say the pressure cooker bomb detonated near a dumpster. it contained shrapnel, including ball bearings and ce police used bomb sniffing dogs to comb the neighborhood following the saturday night explosion. 29 people were injured and taken to the hospital. hours after the blast, police discovered a similar undetonated device four blocks away. >> i think it was right over here. >> reporter: jane schribner
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of her apartment in chelsea. cbs news do not verify her account. >> it was wires coming out. a pressure cooker thing. >> reporter: early on saturday, a pipe bomb exploded along the course of a marine charity run in seaside park, new jersey. none of the 5,000 participants were injured but the investigators say the bombs in north and new jersey may share similar characteristics but unclear if they are link the. >> we are is anything we can learn. >> reporter: the nypd and the fbi are combing through the neighborhood around the blast site and reviewing surveillance footage from nearby businesses. >> here is what we know. it was intentional. it was a violatent act. certainly a criminal act. it was a bombing. >> reporter: cbs news sources tell us that police have surveillance video of a person planting at least one of the bombs here in this neighborhood of manhattan.
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gayle? >> thank you, anna. this morning, we are learning that police are making progress. homeland security correspondent jeff pegues is tracking the investigation now. jeff, good morning. >> good morning. late sunday, surveillance video gave investigators a solid lead. the video shows a person of interest planting at least one of the bombs in manhattan, but at this point, no one has claimed responsibility for the bombing. cbs news has learned both homemade bombs located in the chelsea neighborhood of as detonators similar to the explosive that blew up in seaside park, new jersey, about 55 miles to the south. we can also confirm that both chelsea bombs contain the explosive substance tannerite which is a substance that is easily accessible, meaning it's relatively easy to purchase a substance like that. overnight five people taken into custody near a bridge in new york city by the fbi and the nypd.
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the manhattan bombings appeared to target two busy, but relatively, unremarkable streets. they weren't near any land $mar or any other symbolic targets. i is has used the word soldier to describe a man of accusing shoppers at a minnesota mall. cbs news has identified the suspect at dahir dan the explosion happened shortly after the bombing in new york city. dean reynolds has more in minneapolis. >> reporter: good morning. the victims of saturday's attack range in age from 15 to 53 years of age. all of them are expected to survive. the mayor of st. cloud said the man involved, identified as a naturalized american citizen
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the right place at the right time. >> we are currently investigating this as a potential act of terrorism. >> reporter: police say the attack happened saturday after 8:00 p.m. when dahir adan entered a mall in a sears on the southeast corner. he asked people if they were muslim and used a knife to stab those who said they were not. the rampage ended killed by off on-duty police officer jason falconer. >> having witnessed what he did, not only he fired, the suspect went down. he came back up three different occasion. >> this guy comes out. he is african-american wearing a blue or black security outfit. >> reporter: ryan schleeb had just entered the mall what he
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strike me so i trieded to embrace and he stabbed me in the side of the head. >> reporter: he fell down and watched as adan continued through the mall. >> no alarm or mall security anywhere. >> reporter: minnesota is home to the largest somalia population in the u.s. one that has been scrutinized for its threat of radical domination. adan had lived in the united states a number of of years. condemn the violence. >> any evil is evil. it does not mean that one person does anything -- resent everyone in our community. that is very wrong! >> reporter: now it's unclear to the fbi whether isis actually planned this attack or simply inspired it. to hear adan had three encounters with minnesota law enforcement in the past, although most of them were for traffic violations. charlie? >> dean, thanks.
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york for the united nations general assembly. new york governor andrew cuomo ordered a thousand more used officers to parol negotiating. he is with us from outside of his new york city office. good morning, governor. >> good morning, charlie. how are you? >> good. you do not believe what has happened in new york is international terrorism? yes? >> well, yesterday, was, i believe it was clearly a terrorist activity. prosecutors will be careful because they want to make sure they have all of the elements of a crime, but you set off two bombs in new york city, charlie, that is terrorism. it's with an intent to cause damage and danger and intimidate a civilian population, so, by definition, is terrorism. what we didn't know yesterday
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taking credit and is it linked to international terrorism? we hadn't heard from isis, et cetera, we didn't have a suspect that was from foreign origin so that was the open question. i suspect we may be getting an answer on that today and there may very well be a foreign link and then it would be foreign terrorism. but we didn't have that yesterday. >> why do you suspect that? >> as the investigation is ee rapidly, by the way, you've had a number of bombs here. you had bombs in new jersey, as you've been reporting, bombs in new york, elizabeth, new jersey, seaside park, new jersey, chelsea, some were unexploded. from the bombs that were undetonated, you can often get good evidence. you can get fingerprints, dna, et cetera.
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targeting certain individuals who might suggest that this was -- that this did have a foreign connection. let's put it that way. i want to be careful what i say because we are in the middle of the investigation, charlie. >> i understand. >> let me ask you -- >> but i think that is fair to say. >> governor, it's norah o'donnell here. what about the five men who were detained overnight? i understand they are being questioned now. do you believe they are connected? >> the five men are questioned. i believe the investigation will soon target an individual who we believe is actually in the midst of this situation. and that, i believe, is the next development. >> let me ask you this. the connection between the bombs in chelsea and new jersey, is this part of a larger threat facing this area? >> we don't have evidence of
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you have some similarities among the bombs and the way they were made and the way they were put together, and some of the technology that was used in the bombs. so there is some suggestion that there might have been a common identity across all of the bombs. but, again, this is preliminary. the investigation is proceeding quickly. i believe we will soon be targeting an individual, a person of interest, and it may very well turn out that there was a foreign connection to this incident which, yesterday, i think it was clear was an act of terrorism. the only question was was there a foreign connection? >> do you suspect isis at all? >> i suspect there may be a foreign connection. that's what we are hearing
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on. but, again, i was the former attorney general in new york and i did many -- i participated in many of these investigations. they take different twists and turns. >> got it. >> and you want to be careful what you say early on because you want to protect the information, but that would be my guess. >> all right, governor cuomo, thank you. we know the investigation is early. you said it's your worst nightmare. a lot of people feel the same. thank you for joining us today. hillary clinton and donald trump are condemning the attacks in new york and new jersey and minnesota. candidates offered their support for the victims. trump went a step further, though, saying, failed obama/hillary clinton policies won't keep us safe. i will make america safe again. >> trump and clinton are tied at 42% in the latest cbs news poll taken across the key battleground states. nancy cordes is covering the count down to election. >> reporter: trump is trying to
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clinton, steadiness. >> it's always wiser to wait until you have information before making conclusions. >> reporter: their vastly different styles are reflected in the latest cbs news battleground tracker. trump is seen as far more likely to change washington. while voters think clinton would be better at handling the day-to-day job of being president. voters are so divided that 83% of repubca repair if clinton is president. even more, democrats believe that about trump. this weekend, clinton's running mate said he is one of them. >> donald trump as chiommander chief scares me to death. >> reporter: but recent polls show clinton's interest dropping among young people. the clinton team said it's clear the campaign must do more to
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millennial voters with more appearances by bernie sanders and chelsea clinton and elizabeth warren who trumped for clinton in ohio this week. >> trump has more with the ku klux klan than he did with the republican party. >> reporter: obama tried to emphasize another voting bloc. >> go vote! >> reporter: he would take it as a personal insult if black voters don't turn out for clinton e him. >> on the progress we have made is at stake in this election. >> reporter: but in a series of tweets sunday night, trump argued there hasn't been much progress. under the leadership of obama and clinton, americans have experienced more attacks at home than victories abroad, he wrote. time to change the playbook. both candidates will have an opportunity to practice some state craft this afternoon. they will both be meeting with foreign leaders at the u.n.
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infected with the zika virus say >> good morning to you. here's a live picture from shaw university as we started off our monday morning. you can see some fog hiding the tops of the building downtown and dealing with some rain across the area so showers around harnett county, lightning and thunder getting ready to move into extreme western portions of chatham county, on and off again showers through orange and durham counties as well. 82 our afternoon
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>> hello and good morning, everyone. i'm russ bowen, and here's what is making headlines today. if you need gas, you may be experiencing what people are, no gas and lines. this com s after a major gas ak robert, what are you seeing at the gas station? >> reporter: you were mentioning the lines and take a look around this bp on newburn. it's busy and the manager said it's busier than usual for a monday morning. they have been low on unleaded, very low on diesel, and completely out of premium and midrange but that's better than some other stations that don't have any, which is driving a lot of people to drive over here. the manager said she doesn't
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next delivery. a pipeline from texas to the east coast is shut down in alabama due to a leak a half hour south of birmingham. colonial pipeline said crews expect to complete their repairs this week but leaves gas stations here waiting and customers worrying. several customers told me today's fill up should get them through the end of the week but some say that -- some that have longer commute have told me they may need to fill up before then. the governor issue stations aren't price gouging and to bring more trucks delivering fuel in north carolina. >> a lot of frustration out there, i am sure. robert, thank you. another issue people are dealing with this morning, alyssa, a little bit of rain on the roads and some fog. >> yes, certainly, russ, so we're watching this closely. cloudy skies at raleigh durham international airport, 76, a not a lot of rain but we have
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and some light rain through grandville and vance county. a lot of thunder and lightning to our west could move into portions of chatham and orange county and towards pierson county throughout the morning so stay alert there. let's get to though temperatures before you head out the door, 73 lewisburg, 71 henderson, 71 south hill. afternoon high of 82 with showers continuing as we head into the afternoon hours. that's your latest forecast. hand it over to ali. good morning. we have a there and we are going to show you them right now. one of them being the fog and heavy delays i-440, newborn avenue. we're off to an extremely busy start as well as raleigh map spotted with crashes. let's take you to one right now causing moderate delays on u.s. 70, a heads up on the eastbound side near nightdale road. we'll have more in a few
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e problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what
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>> thank you, man. >> thank you. >> now that is nice. we saw this and say good for yo you! they brought starbucks to the officers who were working the bomb saturday night. it's monday, september 19th, welcome back to cbs. cia director john brennan sees a world where america is in more danger than ever before. he tells us about the recent
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doctor who caught the zika virus. he says he wasn't test at first because they told him he wasn't pregnant. an incredible story and that is ahead. time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. "the new york times" has fallout from an accidental air strike in eastern syria. the attack on saturday was carried out by american-led coalition forces in detr sps ezz ezzor. american officials reject the criticism. the herald at rockhill south carolina says the ntsb is now investigating a deadly bus crash in north carolina. this bus was carrying a football team, two players from clinton college, the driver, and an 8-year-old boy were killed on saturday. the boy's father was part of the coaching staff. the bus was traveling from
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carolina, for a football game. a tire blew and the bus struck a median guardrail. the arizona republic says federal investigators want to know why a plane carrying sky divers crashed into a house. the plane burst into a fireball as it hurdled to the ground saturday night. four sky drivers jumped to safety and the pilot who was a sky diver jumped last and he suffered burns. the residents of the home outside of phoenix managed to escape without injury. the huntsville time says the ready to restart a leaking line later this week. a segment of that pipe has filled an estimated 336,000 gallons of gasoline in shelby county, alabama. the 36-inch line is estimated to supply the east coast up to 40% of its gasoline supply. with that pipeline out of service, drivers in the south have faced a spike in prices and scattered gas station outages. new york's daily news says
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trial. bridget kelly is one of the witnesses and bill beroni a former executive director of the port authority. they are accused of closing down lanes on the george washington bridge three years ago. they were closed for four days allegedly to take revenge on a local mayor and caused a big traffic mess. christie denies knowing anything about this plot. we have some breaking news in the search for suspects in the new york city bombing. sources tell cbs news the fbi raomani and just released this photo of him. the blast injured 29 people saturday night. the surveillance video gave investigators a solid lead. the video showed a man planting at least one of those bombs. >> we are following a raid that is going on in elizabeth, new jersey, right now. atf and fbi agents are inside a business and searching a
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police used a robot overnight to detonate a bomb near a train station. officials say there were five devices in the backpack, one of which was described as a pipe with wires coming out of it. we will continue to bring updates on these developing investigations. with american facing challenges all over the world, cia director john brennan says his work force needs to evolve and diversify to meet that threat. jeff pegues traveled with brenna and got unprecedented access to the cia director. >> reporter: nobody knows more about terrorism than john bren brennan. he lived in the middle east and speaks arabic and has 30 years of security training. he believes the terrorist organization's days are numbered. we interviewed the cia director
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john brennan's motorcade arrived at andrews air force base. shortly before this unmarked air force jet was scheduled to take off. this is is how the cia director travels. the plane is equipped with secure systems ensuring he can communicate with the president during a crisis. we were headed to alabama. the cia did not allow us to record video during the flight. but we were pered during an hour and a half interview on bore, the director told us he worried about isis' success and inspiring attacks worldwide. >> we have invested in this the past several years and right now i think they are trying to reap the harvest of those investments. >> reporter: while the cia focuses on external threats he is looking within the agency itself. in 2013 he ordered a study on
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racial and ethnic minorities make up 24% of the work force and 10% of the senior intelligence positions. on the day we followed him, brennan was visiting miles college, a historically black college near birmingham. >> everybody at the agency looked like me and thought like me and had my background and experience, i think we would be subject to tremendous group think and we would not be open to new ideas and new >> reporter: did u.s. intelligence, for some of those reasons miss what was bubbling under the arab spring? >> no matter how much insight we had into governments were thinking and reacting we didn't have the pulse of the street as best we should have. >> reporter: isis grew partly out of discontent in the arab world. the terror group inspired the deadly attacks in san bernardino and orlando. and in europe, deployed cells to carry out the attacks in paris and brussels.
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expect more of these attacks? >> i think isis' capability to carrying out attacks outside of the syria/iraq theater will continue and increase. >> reporter: his experience spans 36 years, he can't remember a time when the country faced so many complex and dangerous threats. as we rode in his motorcade, we asked about recent cybertt records and files of the democratic national committee and election databases in two states. experts say the hacks traced back to russia. going forward, do you expect there will be more cyber intrusions from russia or russians leading up to the november 8th election? >> well, i believe that, as we come to the election, there will
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disclose information is related somehow to the presidential campaign. >> reporter: he was reluctant to he not a democrat or republican but he will not waterboard terror suspects even though republican nominee donald trump has endorsed the idea. >> i would refuse to carry out a direction to conduct waterboarding. i will just say no. >> reporter: even to a president? bs for brennan coming to birmingham is also about understanding evil. in 1963 in the midst of the civil rights move, three ku klux klan planted die might sticks outside of a church and the explosion killed four young black girls. >> this is what we need to do to keep this country safe and
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secure. >> reporter: brennan says the core of isis taken off the battlefield but take time for the tentacles to decay. the tentacles he is referring to are the sympathizers and operatives willing to carry out attacks. >> anything you can tell us about the suspect we just heard about? >> we just learned, obviously, that there is a wanted poster that is out. police are looking for this man. they consider him armed and dangerous. so this, in happened here. there appears to be some sort of international connection to terrorism in this case. and so investigators say this may be part of a cell. this man may be part of a cell. so that is the latest news we have. >> what is interesting no one seems to have put their own life willing to commit sued in order to launch an explosion.
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they were not there. >> the thing about isis and cia director and fbi director have said about this threat from isis. it continues to evolve. as u.s. law enforcement evolves and tries to adjust, isis is almost one step ahead. but that is typical when you have cases like these, because, often, offense comes before defense. that's the way the cia director put it and that released it out to me. >> i think the message loud and clear this morning is that our law enforcement is on it and they move quickly. they will find you and catch you. >> they are on top of it. thank you, jeff. we will continue to gather new new york and new jersey. up next, former homeland security adviser to george w. bush fran townsend just arrived. you're watching "cbs this morning." she will join us after the break. your time, your actions, your money.
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we continue to get new information on a man wanted in connection to saturday's explosion in new york city.
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was in elizabeth, new jersey, where atf and fbi agents are searching a location right now. fran townsend joins u.s. what do we know about this suspect? >> we got a wanted poster from the fbi. clearly to identify him that surveillance tape planting the bomb. we also know that just the natural investigative techniques as they would have dusted for fingerprints and looks for presencic looking to see hair, fiber, anything to help them identify that man in the surveillance tape or an individual connected with this and that is the kind of sort of everyday detective work and the forensics has helps them to
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and 200 pounds. it doesn't seem like a high traffic area that he targeted. >> the area surprises me and he wasn't willing to kill himself. whether it's the dumpster in chelsea, we don't know yet, but it certainly raises the question whether or not this is related to the elizabeth, new jersey, train station overnight, where there were pipe bombs or the seaside heights against the marathon. >> what about the investigation? who lead this investigation? the fbi, homeland security, nypd? interesting because it depends whether you call it terrorism. if it's run individual it's a local investigation. clearly this is now leading to more of a feel of a terrorism investigation and i suspect that the fbi is leading this investigation. they are certainly leading the one in new jersey. >> the question whether this is a terror cell and linked to international terrorism, governor cuomo, this morning, in response to charlie's question clearly shifted a bit and said
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additional threats here in the united states? >> well, it's interesting that he said there appears to be an international connection. we don't really know because the governor was royal coy whether he was referring to the single individual or there were known connections. interests. the isis news agency claimed credit for the minnesota stabbings, which happened also this weekend, but haven't said anything about any of whether its or now in new york, so we have to wait and see. law enforcement is being pretty quiet about this. >> fran, always good to have you here. ahead, we will get updates from our correspondent in new york and new jersey in the >> good morning to you, 76 degrees, and this is a live picture from our tower camera as we start off our day. it's cloudy out there and some starting with rainy conditions and then we have this line of showers and storms back to our
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those are sacrifices? six years ago, my mother was murdered. her name was kathy taft, and she had touched so many children's lives on the state board of education. the police wouldn't have been able to catch her murderer if roy cooper hadn't fixed the problems at the state crime lab that he discovered when he became attorney general. now governor mccrory is attacking mr. cooper, from the pain of victims and families. governor, please stop. >> good morning, everyone. i'm russ bowen and here's what is making headlines today. an overnight shooting left one dead and another injured. it's a story we have been following all morning long. cbs north carolina's justin quesinberry is on scene with more. justin?
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happening at the lynn haven apartment complex just off of wadesboro street. i'll step out of the way so you can look at the scene right now. this is just off of lynn road near u.s. 70. police are out here still conducting their investigation. they have been out here since a little after 2:00 a.m. they tell us that a woman has been killed. she was hit by a bullet. a second female has a gunshot wound. she was phrased by a bullet. we have seen a lot of activity at this this is the first apartment building on the right when you enter in on wadesboro street. much of the activity that we have seen from police has been in the upstairs apartment with flash lyings, police coming in and out of the apartment. they tell us no one is in custody. no one has released information about suspects. police ask anyone with information to contact them with any details they may have
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quesinberry, cbs next north carolin . quite a bit of rain on the fog. >> it could slow you down as you head out the door. we'll start from the airport, 77 degrees and cloudy as we start off our monday morning. as far as where it is raining, you can see the bulk of the rain is just off to our west, getting ready to have pierson county, orange county, chatham county lightning and i am expecting that rain chance through the afternoon. 2.5 miles roxboro to 3 miles, half a mile in sylar city.
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to 82. 440 at lake boone trail, traffic building, rain in parts and a bunch of crashes. we have one i-40 westbound at exit 295 and we do have u.s. 1 northbound and is causing heavy delays there.
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? it is monday, september 19th, 2016. welcome back to "cbs this morning.? there is more real news ahead, including the man named as a suspect in this weekend's new york city bombing. the latest from the investigation of that attack and first, here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. >> investigators combing through evidence to see if there was any link between here and those explosions over the weekend. that pressure cooker bomb was filled with shrapnel and blew up in a heavily traffic street. >> sources tell cbs news the fbi is looking for 28-year-old ahmed khan rahami.
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yesterday, i think it's clear it was an act of terrorism. the only question, was it a foreign connection? >> the mayor of st. cloud said the man involved is dead because an off-duty police officer was in the right place at the right time. both candidates will have an opportunity to practice some state craft and both meeting with foreign leaders at the u.n. general assembly. >> when you started playing in stadiums, did you plan for that >> no, no, not really. i don't think we planned for anything, you know? >> we just went on with what we had. >> the noise was constant. >> i mean, at first, that screaming was great. because it meant we were a success. it's just like, she love -- ah! whoa! i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell. the fbi has just identified
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he is 28-year-old ahmed khan rahami whose last known address was in new jersey. the fbi released this image of the suspect this morning. >> law enforcement source tell cbs news they believe the suspect is connected to all of the incidents in the area over the past weekend. they say rahami is the bomb maker. anna werner in is a neighborhood in chelsea, new york, where a blast injured saturday. >> reporter: good morning. we understand this is the man police say was seen on surveillance video in both locations, both here on 23rd street and four blocks north on 27th street. as a reminder, this is where on 23rd street on saturday night that pressure cooker bomb filled with shrapnel blew up and 29 people were injured and, fortunately, nonlife-threatening injuries. they are all out of the hospital as of this morning. but, again, an hour and a half
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pressure cooker device that was designed to do harm. in fact, sources have told ycbs news this blast could have caused a wide blast and done property damage and injured many people. that device, fortunately, was disarmed and dismantled and they are using that for evidence. again, rahami wend is seen on surveillance video in both of these locations. norah? >> anna, we are following an ongoing raid in elizabeth, new jersey, the last known location where the suspected bomb maker lived. atf and fbi agents are searching through a business not far from there where police robot blew up another bomb overnight. it was in a bag with fire devices found near a railroad bridge. officials have now found ten explosive devices in new york and new jersey. this began with an explosion in seaside park, new jersey, saturday morning.
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marine charity run. none of the runners were hurt. new york governor andrew cuomo say the investigators suspect a foreign connection. homeland security correspondent jeff pegues is here again this morning 37 he's on the run and considered dangerous? >> oh, yeah. . a lot going on and you can see that from the headlines. police are clearly closing in on the suspect. i'm struck by the fact that investigations like this it's not the big event that draws the small little details like the flip phones that connect the three incidents together, seaside park, and the incidents in chelsea. the small details and, clearly, police have the evidence they feel they need to name this person as a suspect and put his face on that wanted poster and go after him and that is what they are doing now. >> do they have evidence of his connection with an international terror organization like isis?
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perhaps he was maybe on their radar before that. that is something that we have to look into. but they have a colored photograph of him for their wanted poster. so that, alone, suggests that they -- >> isis has not taken credit? >> not yet which is interesting. yesterday, with the minnesota stabbing, you know, a few hours after that, isis came out and claimed that person as an isis soldier. terms of manhattan and seaside park, but that could be coming. sometimes it doesn't come within 24 hours. >> the flip phone, does it mean it can be activated remotely and will only thing that ties the three incidents together? >> not the only thing. they have the surveillance video. as you all know, there is than incredible network of surveillance cameras in the city of new york and that is what they have been use.
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seaside park, new jersey, perhaps there are toll images of him as well. >> what about the five men? what can you tell us about that, anything? >> they are still on the radar, but they have not been named as suspects yet. >> all right. thank you so much. appreciate it, jeff pegues. we will continue to follow the investigation and bring you new developments as they come. london mayor sadiq outspoken. he is one of the eight children born of pakistani immigrants. the former human rights lawyer was elected in may as a first muslim to lead a capital. >> he's on a five-day trip. he took aim of divisive talk about muslims during the presidential campaign. ed, quote, we play straight into the hands of those who seek to divide us of extremist and terrorists around the world when we imply that it is not possible
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are pleased to have you here. >> great to be here. really is. >> let me just begin you said in a city that has been hit by violence. you're in another city hit by violence. what do we need to know and do? >> first of all, london stands shoulder-to-shoulder with new york. the two have a lot in common. one of the things i know as the mayor of london is mayor de blasio, the police service here like m p we keep our city safe and remain vigilant and how we ensure the police have all of the resources they need, so they will be grappling who is responsible and analyzing the ctc tv and do more to keep us safe. my message to new yorkers and our message to people from london, you have 36,000 police offices in new york and 36,000 police offices have the eyes and ears of.5 million new yorkers is
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mean? >> well, one of the way we police in london, we have a phrase police by consent. that means as brilliant as the police is, as brilliant as the security services is, they rely pulling intelligence information to the communities. one way we have been successful -- >> do you mean the muslim community? >> everyone. it could be parents, big brothers, big sisters, neighbors, teachers, friends of, everyone has a role to york and i live in a great city of london but new york is the second biggest city after london. >> you're mayor of london and you've been a vociferous voices against donald trump. >> in my defense, you know, i have the privilege of being elected the mayor of greatest city in the world this may. and it was donald trump who said prior to my election he wanted to stop muslims coming into
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would make an exception for me. now, according to my mom, i'm exceptional. there are tens and thousands of proud americans who are proud muslims. there are millions of proud brits who are proud muslims. i don't make an exception for me. >> if you're saying, you, in fact, do this, you are giving isis or isil, whatever the name of the islamic state you use, that tactics like this play into their hands and their recruitment. i want to go to another point about them. are we looking at the new face of d.a.s.h. in terms of what is happening in london and in new york and in nice, france, and so many other places around the world? are we under a state of constant siege? >> well, we shouldn't allow ourselves to be under siege and
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lives the way they want to. it's not outside of our countries and outside of our cities wishing to harm us and destroy our life. i think afraid the bad news people born and raised in london and born and raised in america and europe want to destroy our life. the bet anecdote is it's possible to be somebody with a western values and mainstream muslim and teach our youngsters resilience. if you're a young brit or or brainwash you or intimidate you a preacher of hate and he says, look, the west hates you, there is a jewish conspiracy, you can say what are you talking about? i'm a doctor. my what are you talking about? my best friend is a jew and what are you talking about? i'm proud to be an american. what are you talking about? this country is a country you can fulfill your potential if you work hard, you give a working hand.
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he saw it all. >> reporter: it was a night of drama for both fantasy and relity. came up big, big winners. games of thrones as you mentioned won 12 emmys this year and won 38 overall. the most wins ever by a trprime time show. >> the emmy goes to "the people versus o.j. simpson." >> three of the series trial lawyers bake first-time emmy wi courtney b. vance won outstanding lead actor for his portrayal of johnny cochran. he gave a shout-out to his wife of 18 years, angela bassett. >> this one is for you, girl! >> reporter: he got lots of love from the couple's 10-year-old twins. >> did you see it? >> we miss you, daddy! love you! >> i love you too. >> wow. >> let me go now. okay. >> we love you. love you. >> that will get you every time. that almost got me. that almost got me.
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or draw, if i come home one of them or if i don't, i'm still a winner. they go, okay, daddy. >> sarah paulsen. >> reporter: the tv marcia clark got a real hug from the o.j prosecutor when she won. the drama showed her how this hard working professional was a far cry from any tabloid image. >> once i did any further looking, it became very clear complicated, wonderful, smart woman she was and what battle she was fighting. so, yeah, it became a very different picture. >> reporter: sterling brown as christopher darden rounded out this trio of wins. >> i instant felt like a float above the venue and looking down on myself and it happened, it was surreal.
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for "veep." her hand shook as she talked about her father who bapassed ay on friday. other winners including the star of "orange is black." and mr. robot. >> i don't know if it's etched in my mine because i barely remember it right now. >> reporter: it really was a fantastic night, gayle. you know what we are seeing? you know, there is so much great group of winners. >> that was a very touching moment with julia louis-dreyfus, her hand shaking as she paid tribute to her dad who died two days before and so many emotion on the stage. >> back stage too. her costars from "veep" said julia is the leader of that show and means the world to them.
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it tipped and the baby fell out. the l >> 8:25. good morning. i'm testify fan chase. here's what is making headlines right now. the morning commute may be longer if you need to fill up with gas because of a gas shortage. a pipeline break near birmingham, alabama is causing the problem. that line transports fuel from texas to the east coast. colonial pipeline said several thousand barrel of fuel s and the company had to shut it off for repairs. now people are becoming worried. >> my reactions is, what's going to happen when everybody can't get gas and it appears that some of them have premium, is only have regular, and i wish i would have filled up before i came back from rockingham. >> governor mccrory and other southeast governors issued executive orders to keep prices down and also get more fuel trucks on the road. gas buddy's stats indicate the
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compared to just a 2.7 cents increase nationwide. officials with colonial pipeline say repairs should be completed this week. right now, durham police are on scene of a deadly shooting where they found a woman dead, another injured, but her injuries are not life threatening. officers responded to the lynn haven apartments on wadesboro street around 2:00 this morning for a shooting call. police are now investigating. we'll continue to update you throughout the morning on the story on-air and als after months on the run, a goldsboro woman is expected to make her first court appearance today. marcella lee is charge "leaving her dead mother in a freezer. she sold the freezer to a neighbor and told them not to open it but they did and called police. lee skipped town, but authority in carolina beach found and arrested her. lee is charged with failing to report a death. let's check the weather now.
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as well. the time is 8:27 on this monday morning and look at these ominous skies, dark clouds over downtown raleigh. you can barely make out the buildings because we're looking at fog, 77 degrees, but right now i am closely watching this line of showers and even embedded thundershowers to our west. that's going to approach person county, orange county, already falling rain in chatham towards sylar city. this is al heavy rain and because it's moving so slow, there could be the potential for some minor flooding to cure as well. now, the good news is visibility is improving, 2- mile sanford, but full visibility in portions of wake county, 8 miles durham. we'll make it to 82 this afternoon, more showers and storms throughout the day, and we're looking at more wet weather for tuesday and wednesday, highs will stay in the low 80s.
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storms through friday, as a matter of fact, and early outlook at the weekend shows dry, much warmer weather for saturday, high of 88 there. 8:28 right now. here's ali with a check of the commute. hey, there, good morning, starting on the durham freeway at mangum street, blocking one lane but both lanes being reopened so good news there but watch out for the shoulder. on the maps, we'll sh if we can take this full, we can show you what other crashes, unfortunately, are happening. we have a bunch throughout the raleigh area. fog is playing a factor in this commute. i-40 westbound, slowing things down near gorman street. that's cleared. delays remain unfortunately. we have one on u.s. 1 northbound partially clocked by center street and you see that red? that is heavy delays through durham, a couple of crashes on the freeway. we will have more details
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donald trump says he alone can fix the problems we face. well i don't believe that's how you get things done in our country. it takes democrats and republicans working together. that's how we got health care for 8 million kids. rebuilt new york city after 9/11. and got the treaty cutting russia's nuclear arms. we've got to bring people together. that's how you solve problems and that's what i'll do as president. love war in a certain way. including with nukes, yes including with nukes. i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me. nuclear, just the power the devastation, is very important to me. i want to be unpredictable, unpredictable, unpredictable, unpredictable.
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? welcome back to "cbs this morning.? coming up this half hour, carla hayden is the new librarian of congress and the first black person to hold that position ever and she is here this morning with treas f middle. letters written by rosa parks to her mother and alexander hamilton to his wife. >> kevin james will be here. he's back on cbs with new comedy series "kevin can wait." find out why he is returning to network television after nearly a decade. that is ahead. time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. hollywood reporter remembers
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charmian carr who played liesl von trap. she died saturday in los angeles of a rare form of dementia and best remembered for the song "16 going on 17." she was 73. >> that was beautiful. "the san francisco chronicle" says nearly 160 people treated for heat-related illness durin game. 14 people were hospitalized when they fell victim to the 90-degree temperatures. i was watching the game. i thought the players looked like they were sweating. >> good to have the rams back in l.a. >> that's true. that is good. >> looks like the same uniforms they used to have. >> l.a. is very glad they are there. the "los angeles times" looks at a rivalry between two high school stadiums in texas
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we like it big. >> eagle stadium opened in 2012 in allen, high school, outside of dallas. soft 60 million. now the mckinney independent school district plans to build a 70 million stadium starting later this month. a district spokesman says the wealthy districts in the region like to compete. he said a first-class stadium is one part of that package. "usa today" says predicts the dominance of self-driving cars. president john zimmer said when you hop in a lyft car, odds it will be driving its and that elon musk is wrong about the future of self-driving cars. zimmer said network fleets, not individual cars, will pave the way. >> carla hayden made history when she was confirmed the 14th
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she was sworn in last week and becoming the first woman and first black person ever to hold this position. go you again. hayden is responsible for overseeing the world's largest library. 162 million pieces in the collection. the new librarian of congress, carla hayden joins us at the table. good morning! >> good morning. this is so exciting. >> being here or being the librarian? >> both! both. >> let's start with you. how did you get on the president's radar screen? how did they know about you? group of people that the administration was contacting to consult about the opportunities at the library of congress. >> you were giving advice? >> i was giving quite a bit of advice advice. >> did you say carla hayden would be perfect? >> no, no. i really had an idea this could be an opportunity to open up what i consider a treasure chest for so many people and i talked about that.
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in the library of congress. >> yet, you had you had to think about it when you were offered the job. >> i did have to think about it because the tables kind of turned. then i was asked, would you consider being a candidate? and i did sit back, because i had been in public service and a public library in baltimore doing so many things directly with people and i had to think, how can i translate from going to a community, serving a community to the country? >> it is one of the most beti washington, d.c. >> a wonderful building. >> i know the book shelves have 840 miles worth of books and documents. what have you uncovered since you've been there? >> that actually takes you from washington, d.c. all the way to iowa! or the edge of iowa. i've already seen abraham lincoln's life mask. not a death mask. the contents of his pocket the night he was assassinated.
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>> let's show our audience. >> let me tell you, we had to have a courier to sleep overnight with those documents because they are so precious and they rarely leave. >> the woman couldn't leave the room. >> she had to have room service. >> this is the letter. this was about six months after she refused to give up her seat and she was invited to new york and she had, i've had quite a time a stay here in new york. she had dinner with mrs. and met eleanor roosevelt and heard in a post-script, i heard dr. king speak at madison square garden. >> alexander hamilton wrote a letter to his wife. >> that was something. so the next letter that -- this one, she really -- the lady who brought it up barely could sleep, she had, knowing that was there. this was the letter he wrote to his wife a feud before what he called the "interview."
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that duel. he didn't want to but he said he had to go. >> isn't this so weird? weren't most of the letters to aliza burned them. >> these were better. >> were they better? >> these were better. these are the types of things that they could expect and what i'm concerned about is putting a lot of these things online so a of congress? >> wouldn't that be something? i have a few years to work with a crackerjack staff. >> you seem to be a different kind of librarians. no disrespect, most people think librarians are uptight and stuffy and wear uncomfortable shoes. >> i do have uncomfortable shoes. >> but you want to change the whole face, do you not? >> when people think of librarians, like in commercials if you want to show something is
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goes wild, right? >> and takes hf owner glasses. >> right. she takes off her glasses so you know it's good if a librarian can go wild. >> i like this movie! >> oh, it's a wonderful life. what is the last thing that you see? fate worse than death? she is coming out of the library at the end, right? >> yes. >> so we want to make sure that history is fun and people see the profession as is desirable and let people make their own history. >> are libraries getting the support they need? i grew up in texas and my mom would always take us to the library to read books and also because the air-conditioning worked in texas and it was good to be in the cool library. are libraries getting the same support that they uns had? >> more people are coming into libraries than ever before. >> oh, good. >> they are doing all types of things. they are getting health information, they are coming in and i think there is an awareness that a library is
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to communities, so they are getting their support. >> you have to learn technology to access it. >> right. that support is coming. it's coming. so when we think about the library of congress, i am the first librarian to tweet and since my swearing in, i have 10,000 followers! >> my goodness! >> we are going to help you. >> as i discover, i'm going to be dp here. had a peek at >> was he really connected to the library, thomas jefferson? >> yes. yes. his personal library is actually what helped started it i. see how excited she is getting? >> i want everybody to do it. >> thank you. we are going to come visit in person. thank you. >> oprah winfrey will be with us on friday. >> really? >> the day before the smithsonian national museum of african-american history and culture opens! anybody recognize that music?
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broadcast last week, giving you an inside look, you can see the entire broadcast on our website the king of queens is back to reclaim his sitcom throne. we will talk to kevin james about how his family is inspiring his first tv role as a dad. first, i >> good morning to you. 77 degrees and still cloudy at the raleigh-durham international airport. let me be honest with you. we won't see much sunshine eventually chance of a showers, even thunderstorms, and right now there are some thundershowers to our west, rain starting to spread out of person and orange county through chatham county, sylar city. you are seeing heavier rain right now. 82 our high, those chances of showers and storms continue
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miami neighborhood that report florida's first zika transmission has the all-clear this morning. a nearby area is expanding the range for the dangerous virus. the so-called zone of local transmission grew considerably in miami beach after a cluster of new zika cases was reported this weekend. david begnaud has the only interview with one of those patients. he's in the wynwood art district which has gone 45 days without the governor of florida just declared wynwood zeke a-free a short time ago. most people who have zika won't feel the symptoms and won't know they are infected. this morning we introduce you to a miami beach doctor who hat virs uand speaking publicly for the first time he feels the responsibility to make people realize zika is a real threat and not just for pregnant women. >> muscle pain, rash, fever,
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the last symptom i developed was bloodshot eyes. >> reporter: dr. mike started suffering symptoms after a labor day barbecue with a dozen friends in his miami beach home. he had all sorts of repellant at his party. >> reporter: did anyone about mosquitoes at the party? >> not at all. i talked about how well the tiki torches were working. >> reporter: two days after the party he start feeling sick. when did the cash started? >> about five days after the barbecue. >> reporter: after that rash, the symptoms got worse. >> i had several evenings where i put on a winter coat and got underneath blankets and shut off all of the air-conditioning in my home and i was shivering. >> reporter: his infection occurred outside the original 1.5 mile zika zone. it's one reason that zone has
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spraying of the controversial insect eyed naled continued on sunday as the state tries to desperately kill more of those zika carrying mosquitoes. four of the doctor's party-goers also showed symptoms. so far, one has tested positive. the others have not yet been tested. the doctor says getting the test was a challenge. his insurance wouldn't cover the ruffle 600 dollar cost so he went to the local health department looking for a free test. >> there is a big sign saying only test pregnant women. if you only test pregnant women, you'll be underestimating and underreporting and you'll never get a handle of what is really going on! >> reporter: for the record, it's not just pregnant women that can get tested. other people can too but as you just heard from the doctor, it's difficult. he tells us when he got to the health department, he had to raise his shirt and show his rash and describe his symptoms and all but beg for a test. and he was finally given one for free.
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team work. two rival high school football teams come together for one play to lift the spirits of a classmate and his mom. you're watching "cbs this
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i'm hillary clinton and i i know more about isis then the apprgenerals do. age. john mccain, a war hero. he's not a war hero, he's a war hero because he was captured. i like people that weren't captured ok.
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how would you answer that father? what sacrifice have you made for your country? i think i've made a lot of sacrifices, built great structures. i've had tremendous success, i think...
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? >> rbi water boy for his football high school team in michigan. he shined on the field friday night. in the second quarter of a tie game he scored 36-yard touchdown! his mother was so overcome. she fell to her knees. the coaches arranged the play to surprise robbie's mom who is fighting, oh, my god, bone cancer. >> wow! >> bring out the tissues! >> wow. go robbie! kevin james, can you top that? >> wow.
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because he has made tv and movie audiences roar with laughter since he was discovered doing stand-up 20 years ago. lucky for us is a back on cbs tv with "kevin can wait." he plays newly retired police officer kevin gable in a series premiere. he hears some upsetting news from his oldest daughter. >> look. we have a lot to deal with and i understand that you're upset. >> no. you hid this from me and not how we do things in this family. >> sometes there is a lot of stuff you don't know. >> i know everything going on around here. i'm a cop. even if i don't, trust me, i know. >> got suspended for fighting and jack started seeing the school therapist for anxiety. >> whoa. i didn't know that. my head is spinning. >> i know. it's a lot to throw at you. >> no. it's the bike. i haven't been on that things in years! >> you can tell it's going to be funny already. kevin james joins us in studio 57. welcome. >> thank you.
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you. that you were shopping this series around and les moonves said are you shopping around and not coming to me first? >> i was definitely going to end up there. i have to be with les. >> he's at a reading table? >> he's a hands-on guy and i love that he is excited about it so i was thrilled to be back with him. >> sis this a guy playing dad o tv? >> it is. we have kids here and i have four kids on the show. it's a new dyc. long island and you said if it's not in long island, i don't want to do it. not many have that juice to do that sort of thing. >> it's important to shoot instructor shots and be on long island. >> where you grew up? >> exactly. where i grew up. have the real pizza places and delis and just stuff to really, you know, that like i said it becomes a character on the show. you get the real feel of long island. >> when you shoot it here or in l.a.?
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>> oh, yeah. area we are looking a lot of long island comedian too so i'm excited. >> they got your face blown up all over the place! no, that's not enough. i'm saying what is it like for you and the children? you're driving around and there issed dah's picture? >> it's a little weird and odd. >> you didn't buy a poster? >> i should have but it's enough of dad to the kid. >> when did you start shooting? >> we have already started >> the thing is you wanted the kid to have to know you're a die-hard mets fan and you love the pizza and want them to know this is how i grew up and people to see the beauty of long island. >> exactly. so they know it and i can bring them to met and jets games and have some fun here on the east coast. >> you're a big mets fan too? >> huge, huge. >> thank you, kevin. >> glad you're back! >> very glad you made it. >> thank you, les!
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"kevin can wait" here on cbs
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>> 8:54 is your time. good morning. i'm testify fan chas . here's what is making headlines this morning. one person is injured after a shooting and is expected to be okay. officers responded to a shooting call at the lynn haven apartments on wadesboro street around 2:00 a.m. this morning. if you police. if you need to fill up, be prepared to wait in line and that is if you can find gas. a pipeline a half hour south of birmingham, alabama, is responsible for a gas shortage. it transports fuel from texas to the east coast. colonial pipeline said several thousand barrels spilled and the company had to shut it off
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know, several gallons to get to work every day so i decided to fuel up this morning after all the pipeline. >> governor mccrory and other southeast governors issued executive orders to keep the price of gas down and get more fuel trucks on the loan. raleigh's average gas price is up 11 cents a gallon compared to 2.7 cents nationwide. repairs should be completed fayetteville nightclub on saturday left two people injured and police are looking for a suspect. officers say a fight inside the truth bar and lounge forced do the parking lot. that's when a man and woman were shot. they are expect to be okay. tomorrow, both of the main presidential nominees are coming back to north carolina, vying for your votes in north carolina. donald trump will hold an event at noon.
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through chapel hill for a private fund raiser. let's hand it over to alyssa corfont. good morning. >> good morning. we're approaching 8:56 and looking at cloudy skies. they're not going anywhere any time soon. we need the rain and is coming through our area as we speak. let's take a look to the west. white squiggly marks are rain and you can see rain, thunder and lightning will move into our are county, roxboro, across portions of orange county and as we make our way through chatham county, thunder and lightning, certainly, decent strikes towards sylar city, light rain in pittsboro. the problem is it's moving very slow so we can see some water start to pond in those areas, something we'll track throughout the morning. as far as your temperatures are concerned, we have climbed
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at 70. high today of only 82, eight degrees cooler than yesterday but we need this rain and you can see these rain chances are sticking around all week, 83 tomorrow and wednesday and then fall officially begins on thursday. 8:57 right now. let's check in with ali. hey, there, good morning. we have foggy and wet conditions and a crash clearing durham freeway it looks better things are moving a lot faster in this area but something to be aware of before you head out the door. we have a bunch of crashes in raleigh, apex and cary, u.s. 1. we had a lane blocked. delays are starting to clear up. for a while we had heavy delays on u.s. 1. we have an accident nc 55, williams street, moderate delays. durham's freeway pretty crowded
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c, religious bigot. donald trump is a phony, a fraud. he's not a serious adult. i can't vote for donald trump given the things that he said. trump should not be supported. i believe he's disqualified himself to be president.
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