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captioning funded by cbs it's thursday, september 29th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." a teenager morning, accused of opening fire at a south carolina elementary school, shooting a teacher and two young students after allegedly killing his own father. the off-duty hero credited with saving countless lives. bernie's campaign energized so many young people. >> still struggling for younger voters, hillary clinton plays to the college crowd with bernie sander at her side, while donald trump slams her schedule,
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>> see all of the days off that hillary takes? day off. day off. day off. and the libertarian candidate gets grilled. >> name a foreign leader that you respect. >> i guess i'm having an "aleppo" moment in the former president of mexico. >> anybody in the whole world! >> i know, i know. >> another gaffe from gary johnson as he fails famous world leader -- or any world leader. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. a veteran firefighter is being hailed as a hero this morning, after he took down a gunman accused of opening fire outside a south carolina elementary school. authorities say the teenage gunman never got into the school. located about 110 miles northeast of atlanta.
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shot and one student and a teacher was released from the hospital but the other student is in critical condition. hena daniels is in new york. >> reporter: the teenage begunman is in police custody this morning. now authorities are trying to figure out what led to this tragic school shooting in this rural town on. the teen is accused of first shooting and killing his own father before driving to the elementary school and opening fire on the the elementary school remains closed today and the rest of the week as investigators try to figure out what led a teenager to open fire on school grounds wednesday. >> did he have issues at school? definite issues at home? we don't know but we are certainly going to run the gamut of everything. >> reporter: authorities say the 14-year-old suspect drove to the school, got out of his car, and started shooting at people on the playground with a handgun. frantic parents were sent an emergency text and rushed to the scene.
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basically. we were told at that point it was on lockdown. we saw hospitals coming in. >> reporter: a female teacher and two 6-year-old boys, including jacob hall, were wounded. jaky bronc, an unarmed volunteer firefighter was one of the first on the scene. he tackled the teen and held him down until police arrived. >> i don't think anyone amongst that believe he is a hero to us shooting, officials say the teenager shot and killed his home three miles from the school. the teen then called his grandparents who discovered the body. >> we couldn'tnd why he was crying on the phone and they couldn't make sense of it. >> reporter: officials at the school are offering grief counseling to teachers and students. authorities say one student was shot in the leg, the other in the foot. the teacher was hit in the shoulder.
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on the campaign trail now. donald trump continues to lash out at hillary clinton attacking her record as a diplomat and highlighting her recent bout with pneumonia. meanwhile, hillary clinton is work to go win the support of younger voters. weijia jiang reports. >> reporter: bernie sanders urged his young and progressive followers to help send his former rival to the white house. >> this election is enormously important for the future of our country. >> reporter: a recen news/"the new york times" poll finds a poll of voters under 30 are planning to vote for a third-party candidate. hillary clinton focused on -- >> we will make public colleges tuition-free for families earning less than $125,000 a year. >> reporter: a new poll of likely voters shows clinton may have regained some of her footing after monday's debate. the politico website gives her a
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before the debate. in iowa, trump accused clinton of abusing her position as secretary of state to help her donors in the clinton foundation. >> if she ever got the chance, she would put the oval office up for sale too. >> reporter: then he mocked clinton about her recent bout with pneumonia. >> you see all of the days off that hillary takes? day off. day off. all those day off's and then she can't evak >> reporter: the candidates go face-to-face for their next debate october 9th. weijia jiang, cbs news, the white house. one of those third-party presidential candidates we referred to, gary johnson, continues to have issues concerning foreign affairs. during a broadcast interview, johnson drew a blank when asked to name any foreign leader. >> name a foreign leader that you respect. >> i guess i'm having an "aleppo" moment in the former
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>> anybody in the world you like. anybody. pick any leader. >> the former president of mexico. >> which one? >> i'm having a brain -- >> name anybody. >> fox. p>> johnson's other brain freez came when he was asked in a previous interview about how he would handle the refuge crisis in the syrian city of aleppo. you may recall his answer. what is aleppo? the u.s. is sending 600 more troops to iraq to aid in the fight against isis, specifically th w force trying to retake the city of mosul. it's the third increase in u.s. troop levels there since april. during a town hall meeting with members of the military, president obama was asked why he refuses to use the term islamic terrorist. >> i don't want to validate what they do. i don't want to -- if you had an organization that was going around killing and blowing
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them claim my religion and say you're killing for christ. >> the president called sending more troops to iraq a somber decision. the president says congress's vote to override his veto of the 9/11 victims' bill sets a dangerous precedent. the overriding vote was overwhelming and the first time a congress has reversed a bill by obama. margaret brennan has our report. >> t and one child has no memories of him and it's been very difficult. >> reporter: since terry strad's's husband was killed in the 9/11 attacks she has fought to raise her three children and bring it to a close. >> i fight this fight because i'm raising children in a post-9/11 world. >> the bill is passed. >> reporter: strada and other
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they suspect were assisted the terrorists. 15 of the 16 hijackers were saudi-born. against u.s. troops and diplomats and businesses. on cnn, president obama said congress is wrong. >> sometimes, you have to do what is hard and, frankly, i wish congress here had done what is hard. i didn't expect it because voting -- if you're perceived as voting against 9/11 families right before an election, not surprisingly, that's a hard vote for people to take. but it would have been the right thing to do. >> reporter: for terry strada, she feels the right vote for her and her children. >> i'm going to tell them that the truth will prevail, that accountability will come for us and justice will be served. >> reporter: the white house called this the most embarrassing thing that the senate has done in decades and senate leaders are already trying to amend the law they
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linking senior saudi officials to the attacks. margaret brennan, cbs news, the white house. it was nearly a year ago that two louisiana marshals fired 18 bullets into an suv, killing a 6-year-old boy. for the first time, police released body cam video of the incident. the marshalls had been chasing argument with a girlfriend. few is able to walk away, but his young son was struck five times in the head and chest. one of the officers said few tried to ram his vehicle, but police say that was a lie. the officers are being tried separately. police in he wel cajon, california, say a man was holding a electronic cigarette device. when police arrived tuesday,
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into a shooting stance. they say he refused to comply with instructions. a minute later, one officer fired with taser and the other used his gun. state of california is cutting off business with wells fargo following the fake account scandal. wells fargo ceo john stumpf is scheduled testify before a congressional committee today. california's treasurer wants to send a message that behavior was illegal and ethical outrage. the state says it will stop using wells fargo as a managing underwriter for its bond sales. california is the largest issuer of municipal debt. coming up on the "morning news." suspicion at sea. a man found adrift after a boating accident faces murder allegations. voters in new hampshire win the right to take selfies. this is the "cbs morning news." ? tomorrow's the day we'll play something
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a federal appeals court says it's perfectly okay to take a selfie while voting. judges, yesterday, said a new hampshire ban was unconstitutional. lawmakers there feared posting pictures of a ballot on social media would lead to vote buying. 26 states ban voting booth selfies. your constitution at work. there are questions about a rescued boater. and some olympians receive overdue recognition. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the fbi detected more attempts to hack u.s. voter databases. agency director james comey told congress yesterday russians are suspected of trying to disrupt the u.s. elections. fail cyberattacks on voting systems in at least two states. san francisco chronicle reports that california tossed
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limitations? rape cases. it was the sexual allegation case against bill cosby but won't apply retroactively to those indicates. a man found floating sunday in atlantic was a suspect in the 2013 shooting death of his own wealthy grandfather. nathan carmen says he was fishing with his mother off rhode island when their boat sank. she is presumed dead. his mother was an heir to grandfather's fortune. a suburban doctor mixed cat saliva and vodka. his license was suspended just yesterday. the man admits giving vaccines he concocted for years. regulators approved a new device to help diabetes. the automated insulin delivery system monitors a patient's
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. on the cbs "moneywatch," another samsung product is reportedly at risk of exploding. and special offers t stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> reporter: good morning. opec reached a plame agreement to cut oil production on. the news sent the price of u.s. crude up over 5%. unfortunately, we can expect higher prices at the gas pump. the deal was reached in algeria. low oil prices have been hurting many -- countries. news of that opec deal sent
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led to broader gains here on wall street. the s&p finished 11 points higher and the nasdaq rose 12. u.s. safety regulators have issued a warning about certain s samsung washing machines following reports that some may have exploded. samsung says the machines may experience abnormal vibrations. early yj month they said they smartphone because of a battery explosion. miller approved the take overof anheuser-busch abev. the new company will control almost a third of the beer market. today is national coffee day. krispy kreme is offering a free
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tim tebow hits the first pitch of his pro baseball career over the fence. the former quarterback is struckal league team in florida. but it was his only hit in six new england, buffalo bills coach rex ryan talked about julian edelman during a conference call. >> julian, this is walt patolsky from the buffalo news. are you playing quarterback this week? >> the secretive patriots aren't saying who will take the snap sunday. they are short of quarterbacks due to injuries and tom brady's suspension.
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some are calling it a play of the week at yankees stadium. a wedding proposal in the stands that almost didn't happen. now the cup is speaking out. jim axelrod reports. >> there was a couple on the scoreboard in center field where the guy asked the y marry him. >> reporter: andrew fox was looking to pull off a memorable proposal for his girlfriend heather. >> i started pulling the ring out of my pocket. as i'm bending down on one knee, oip up the ring box and it instantly just fell. >> he goes, i dropped the ring! i'm like, oh, no. >> reporter: the ring dropped and they could not find it. >> reporter: there may be no crying in baseball. >> look for the ring! >> reporter: who could blame fox
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longest minutes of his life with everyone helping him search. >> so many thoughts running through my head. like i felt like i just failed miserably. >> they are looking now under the chairs. >> reporter: heather looked down and there in the cuff of her jeans was the ring. >> wait a minute. they are smiling! >> found it! >> reporter: andrew immediately dropped to his knee and popped the question. >> she better say yes now! >> reporter: he had exactly what he wanted. >> when she found it, like, i went from, like, the saddest point of the happiest. >> congratulations. >> reporter: an engagement neither of them will ever forgot. jim axelrod, cbs news, new york. >> that's good. happy ending. a rough start but i'm sure everything is smooth sailing from now on. sipping wine samples all but na day's work for the prince royals. they toured and tasted. this visit is to the province is
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canada. a 14-year-old gunman allegedly opened fire outside a south carolina elementary school, wounding two students and a teacher. one of the students is in critical condition. police say the teenager killed his father yesterday before going to the school. his motive is not known. a veteran firefighter took down the suspect. and hillary clinton tried to drum up support among young voters during a campaign stop sanders. a recent cbs news/"the new york times" poll finds more than a third of the voters under 30 plan to vote for a third-party candidate. in iowa, donald trump mocked clinton's recent bout with pneumonia. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," more analysis from the campaign trail. we will speak with "the washington post" with reporter
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"thursday night football" and wale hear from boomer esiason and gayle talks with hip-hop mogul sean p. diddy combs. that is the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green.
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right now on cbs north carolina a stormy night turned into a stormy morning for lots of us. a look at the flooding issues some of us are waking town. >> a school in south carolina is closes after a teenager shot two students and like i feel like i can do anything ki now. >> you can and that is true. >> a young boy from our area can do anything thanks to a life-saving transplant. find out how el season helping to make another one of his dreams come true. thanks for watching north carolina news. >> our biggest story the severe weather that's hitting the area right now. you probably hearded


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