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captioning funded by cbs good morning. it's thursday, october 13th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." it was a real shock all of a sudden, his hands were all over me. >> explosive allegations against donald trump. >> when he started putting his hand up my skirt and that was it. >> in one night, at least four women come forward claiming they were sexually assaulted by trump. this morning, his campaign is fighting back in a big way. hillary clinton's campaign staff is exposed in another round of wikileak e-mails while clinton tries to keep the heat on her opponent.
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quote -- run a scorched earth strategy, whatever that means. and breaking overnight. the u.s. counterstrikes in the red sea, after rebels in yemen fire missiles again at an american warship. 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. this morning, donald trump is facing a fire allegations of sexual assault. at least four women accuse trump of inappropriate advance. two women tell "the new york times" trump made unwanted sexual advances decade apart. a writer for "people" magazine accuse trump of forcibly kissing her 11 years ago. in the palm beach post another woman accuses trump of grabbing her 13 years ago. brian webb is here in new york with more. brian, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. donald trump, not only denies
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threatening legal action against the media outlets that are reporting them. his attorney called the stories, quote, reckless and defamatory. donald trump's camp is demanding a retraction and threatening legal action after a "the new york times" claims the republican nominee groped and kissed two women decades ago. in it, rachel crooks, then a 22-year-old receptionist for a company located in trump tower claims the her on the cheeks and mouth after she introduced herself to him for the first time. jessica lee says trump touched her under her skirt as she sat next to him on a flight 30 years ago. >> he was like an octopus. like he had six arms. he was all over the place. >> reporter: it emerged in two other publications yesterday, including "people" magazine. more troubling still, this 1992
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heard making questionable comments about a young girl. >> you're going up the escalator? >> yes. >> i'm going to be dating her in ten years. >> reporter: many republican lawmakers and trump's running mate mike pence are sticking by the republican nominee. >> now is the time to stay the course. >> reporter: hillary clinton's campaign seized on "the new york times" time report. >> you know, this latest incident about, you know, how he treats women, he's doubled down. he doubled down on his excuse that it's just locker room talk. >> reporter: yesterday, wikileaks posted more e-mails that says came from the hacked account of clinton campaign chairman john podesta. the clinton campaign maintains russia instigated the hack to benefit trump. so hillary clinton's next campaign stop is in california. donald trump visits the swing states of florida and ohio. >> brian webb here in new york, thank you so much, brian. "the new york times"
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megan towey broke the details of the new allegations against trump. ahead on "cbs this morning," their first tv interview since publishing the story. early this morning, a u.s. navy warship launched three cruise missiles at radar sites in yemen. president obama authorized the action in retaliation of recent military attacks on a naval destroyer. johnathan vigliotti has the details from our london bureau. >> reporter: good morning. the pentagon says those radar sites were controlled by iranian-backed rebels and used to carry out remote missile attacks the last four days on an american warship. all three sites were destroyed by cruise missiles, but there was no immediate word of any casualties. today's attack against the houthi rebels marks the first time the united states has become directly involved militarily in the civil war between the civil group. up until today, the u.s. had publicly pushed for peace while quietly providing military
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this week's rebel-launched missiles didn't actually strike the u.s. destroyer but said they posed a real threat and houthi rebels denied accusations they had targeted the u.s. ship. nicole is a category four storm with sustained winds 130 miles per hour. hurricane force winds extend 65 miles from its center. this i the international space station. besides a strong wind, a storm surge of 68 feet is expected to lash the island, including large and destructive waves but the storm poses no threats to the united states. parts of north carolina face their worst flooding in 17 years. the central and eastern part of the state are swamped by rising waters triggered by hurricane matthew. the storm killed at least 36 people in four states, 20 in
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the message to residents from officials, get out of the way. >> stay away from the water. whether you're walking or riding in a car, do not get near the water. it will kill you! >> floodwaters have closed roads and highways and forced 34 north carolina school systems to shut down. it's estimated matthew caused $10 billion in property damages in the united states. a u.s. navy war route to haiti with hundreds of marines and sailors to aid in the hurricane efforts. a situation for hundreds of thousands in haiti is segregate following last week's hit by hurricane matthew. hundreds have died and cases of cholera are increasing. they will deliver supplies. two boston police officers were hospitalized with gunshot wounds after a shoot-out.
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responding to a domestic call last night, they faced a man in a bullet-proof vest with an assault rifle. the suspect was killed. the police commissioner says the wounded were rescued by fellow officers. >> the officers with our wounded officers were able to quickly administer first aid, apply a tourniquet. one officer had his hand in one of the wound. >> police locked down the east boston neighborhood during the order. a black man shot and killed by charlotte police officers was wounded in the back, the abdomen and wrist, according to a private autopsy. keith scott was killed september 20th. the shooting set off two nights of unrest. police say scott had a gun. his wife told gayle king of "cbs this morning," that's not true. the county medical examiner has not released its autopsy results. scott's funeral is scheduled for
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widow believes race played in his killing. gayle's conversation continues ahead on "cbs this morning." well, the ceo of wells fargo is out in the scandal over sales practices. john stumpf won't receive any severance pay and will forfeit $41 million in stock options. federal regulators allege wells fargo employees met sales target by opening bank and credit card accounit the bank was fine $85 million. the crash of a small plane in connecticut. the crash appears to have been a suicide. a student pilot and his instructor crashed a short distance from an airport in hartford tuesday afternoon just outside of the headquarters of a military jet engine manufacturer. sources say the student's pilot fought the instructor for control. the student was killed. the instructor survived.
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forced to make an unscheduled landing in alaska. american flight 288 twin engine boeing 787 en route from shanghai to chicago when an warning light indicated possible engine trouble. the plane landed in cold bay, alaska. the passengers were flown to anchorage last night. at liberty airport jersey yesterday afternoon, two jets clipped wings. the united jet was being pushed back from the gate. the austrian jet was parked at the time. the f ara is investigating. coming up on the "morning news." len broken james and tom brady are asked about locker room talk. only one respond.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. lebron james and tom brady are both global sports stars. but when asked about what donald trump calls "locker room talk" their responses could not have been more different. >> about family, about strategies we may have that night. about a highlight that may have happened. a home run in the bottom of the ninth or alley-oop from a player from the night before is what happens in our locker room. but what that guy said, i don't know what that is. that is trash talk.
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your kids per donald trump's version of locker room talk? >> thank you, guys. have a good day. >> brady said during the primary campaign that he and trump were friends. james has endorsed hillary clinton. there has been a long cold spell in a hockey hot bed in toronto but a maple leaf rookie might change that. the rookie matthews scored four goals in his first nhl debut game. those were the leafs only game in a the leafs have made the playoffs just once the last 11 seasons. a scuba team adds water to a challenge. they submerged yesterday to do the exercise as part of spain's national day. the goal of the challenge is to raise awareness about mental health issues facing military personnel. it's a little easier underwater, i would think, right? i'm anne-marie green.
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everyone seems to be tracking their steps, their sleep, and their heart rate. but are those wrist-worn trackers actually accurate? kenneth craig looks at a study. hits the pavement for walks. >> i'm not an athlete who cares that much. i want to make sure it's up and beating and moving faster when i'm walking. >> reporter: but a new study from the cleveland clinic shows getting an accurate heart rate reading on the popular wrist devices can carry. >> people are increasingly relying on these monitors to record heart rate and they often become very concerned and anxious when they obtain values
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norm. >> reporter: researchers looked at four wrist monitors including the fitbit and apple watch and testing them side-by-side with a heart monitor and an ekg, the gold standard of heart rate testing. >> apple watch was more than 90% accurate while the fit bit was in the 80s in terms the accuracy and the other two were in between. >> reporter: researchers say the chest strap monitors were she owns a fitbit. >> i've bought them. i've spent the money! but i've never really used them. >> reporter: she says she prefers to measure her heart rate the old-fashioned way. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. here is another look at this morning's top stories. the trump campaign is denying the accusations of four women who say trump sexually assaulted them. two told "the new york times" that trump assaulted them decades apart.
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over me. >> lawyers are demanding "the times" retract the story. a writer for "people" magazine says trump kissed her against her will 11 years ago. the trump campaign calls that a fabricated story. e-mails released by wikileaks reveals an exchange between clinton and jennifer palmieri. she was asked about thehr >> i'm a catholic. i don't recognize that e-mail that we saw. and this whole effort is led by the russians. >> vladimir putin insists his country has nothing to do to gain from tampering with u.s. elections. u.s. investigators say they are confident russia is responsible. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," new sexual assault accusations have donald trump hitting back hard.
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named new food stars in the nation's capital. and why many school dances nationwide are being cancelled. that is the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green.
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