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>> > good morning. 's it fridjuay, ly 3rd 2015. welcome to "cbs this morning." america on high alert heading into the july 4th weekend. new information about what authorities are doing to prevent a holiday terror attack. a north carolina mall is evacuated when a man tries to enter with an assault rifle. and the grateful dead will stop trucking for good this weekend. one of the band's mainstays looks back at their 50 years together. but we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> they'eare rgchin out on social media telling people it's
the holiday, we ought to kill people here are some places to go. >> security surrounds the fourth of july holiday. >> if you see something that looks like suspicious behavior listen to your gut. ke ma a phone call. a man wearing a kevlar vest carrying an assault flrie.po lice stopped man within minutes. residents are waiting to go back home after a train crashed sending toxins into the air. the russian rocket has successfully launched. >> jim webb has eednter the presidential race. >> they have enough republicans running. they'll have enough for hunger games. >> two men who robbed a south florida store with assault rifles even poinated gun at a
baby. >> oh, my goodness. >> a judge meeting a former classmate in her court. >> i alwaysha wt happened to him. >> there's a tendency when shaq hits something for it to stay hit. >>ve bras hosted cleveland. >> i'm told he's the security guard. >> do you think he is? >> -- all and that matters. >> he's as good a man as god created. if you don't admire joe biden you need to do a serious evaluation. >> they come together to eat american hamburgers to drink american beer, and to be driven home drunk by a foreign uber driver. this morning's "eye opener" is presented by toyota. let's go places. captioning funded by cbs
and welcome to "cbs this morning." i'm anthony mason with vinita mile ben tracy. norah o'donnhmell, charlie rose and gayle king are off for this holiday weekend. >> they'll be on high alert with the potential threat of terror attacks. sources tell tsa agents to watch major hubs. >> new york city expects 3 million people for its july 4th fireworks. 7,000 extra police will be on the streets. in washington where several thousand may go to the national mall, police will have special patrols around national landmarks. kris van cleave is on the national mall. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. security will be in place. police will be in tents like this screening the visitors. yesterday we got a very clear sign how serious they're taking
the threat after a the report of a potential active shooter at a military base in washington. that was a mass scene in 2013. moments after a gunshot was reported at the washington naval yard -- >> navy yard command. >> reporter: hundreds of officers from local agencies descended on the area. >> we take every event serious and our posture remains extremely high and it will continue for the fourth. >> they warned of an increased threat in spite of violence over the fourth of july weekend. according to one official there is no specific credible intelligence about an attack. ron hosko is a former assistant director of the fbi. >> this threat is different because of who isis is trying to
inspire. they're trying to inspire every u.s. citizen, anyone here to take up arms and take the action you see fit. >> reporter: in recent weeks law enforcement has made dozens of arrests of isis sympathizers across the country. this year there's already been 24 against western targets, up 19 from last year. >> the intelligence community can't fight this fight by themselves. this is going to take bigger participation and awareness. >> reporter: the fbi has set up cities and fusion centers to set up coordination and response. law enforcement is asked if they see anything unusual, please say something. >> chris thank you. eight people are under arrest in the their apparent role in last week's beach attack. a gunman killed 38 people most of them british, before he was
killed by police. isis claims responsibility. uk prime minister david cameron is wondering whether they should join u.s. n-bombing. they evacuated more than 24 hours when a train car filled with a toxic chemical caught on fire in east tennessee. omar villafranca is just outside maryville. good morning. >> good morning. the town has about 30,000 people, but 5,000 were evacuated after noxious fumes were burning out of the railcar for hours. the good news, the actual fire is out. they're not letting people go home and air quality is only one of their concerns. the csx train traveling from
cincinnati to waycross derailed. >> we could smell a pneumonia smell. >> you could see black smoke. >> do you know how long this is going to last? >> i do not know. i wish i did. >> reporter: they're hoping for more snoofgsinformation. >> we're hoping to be able to asift them. >> reporter: csx is putting passengers up in hotels and giving them gift cards for food and clothing. >> they had this big thing on their face. it was pretty scary. it freaked us out. >> the toxic fumes can cause
headaches, dizziness, and a rapid heartbreak. as of late thursday night, 86 came in nr treatment. 28 were admitted including 10 first respoernlds. the safety of the air is not the only concern. samples of the surrounding ground and groundwater are being tested. >> it's not to say they're contaminated. we're just saying out of an abundance of caution, do not drink it or come into contact with it until we get more money. >> reporter: we're told a reverse 911 call went out thursday morning but only 61% of the people got that call. the federal railroad association is on the scene trying to find the cause of the accident. ben? >> omar thank you. republican scott walker will join the presidential race on
monday. president obama called them, quote, an interesting bunch. >> i've lost count how many are running. they'll have enough for actual hunger games. >> former virginia senator and navy secretary jim webb became the fifth democratic candidate thursday. another one, bernie sanders is surging this morning. he drew a crowd of 10,000. "washington post's" dana milbank is joining us. good morning. >> good morning. >> what do you make of the bernie sanders factor here now? >> this may be the most exciting and interesting piece of what is emerging as a very interesting cam paint look. this isn't about bernie sanders. this is a 73-year-old self-described democratic socialist with a
[ lin accent by way of vermont. he said he had know idea if it was going to take off. it did take off. there's this huge hunger in the democrater party for some sort of liberal populous movement. this is where the energy is right now and you're seeing frustration in the hillary campaign. not because of what she has done but because she's part of the establishment. it's so hard to see you know bernie sanders with his crazy white hair and his long professorial speeches becoming the nominee. but it shows the frustration of hillary clinton. >> you mentioned the money. $10 million for sanders versus
45 million$45 million. how big a difference is that? clinton's position right now. these campaigns are a long slog. you certainly want to be in hillary clinton's position. i think it's a cry of pain. they don't have a candidate, so they're going to make this guy their candidate. >> the name not yet in the race is that of vice president joe biden. do you think there's any chance he still jumps in. >> look. i think there's no doubt that joe biden would like to be in this race. i suspect he's kick himself. he was contemplating a win when hillary clinton was sucking all the oxygen out of the room.
now this vice president of the united states highly regard is watching. unless hillary besides the e-mail issue, it'll be hard to come in. >> thank you so much. a man is charged for carrying a military rifle inside a north carolina mall. they forced a busy mall into lock lockdown last night. vladimir duthiers has more. good morning. >> good morning. bryan wolfinger is charged with
a misdemeanor. this comes on a holiday weekend when people have been told to be vigilant. when people outside this mall saw something, a man with a gun, they said something. >> reporter: bryan wolfinger sad handcuffedout side of the mall. police arrested the army sergeant after he brought an ar a ar-15 to the mall. >> they made contact with him. gave him verbal commands. the subject complied. they took him into custody. >> reporter: witnesses who saw him called 911. >> they were very panicked. kids were crying. >> we were told to evacuate the mall. nobody had no idea what was happening. >> reporter: wolfinger never made it inside the mall. fayetteville police told "cbs this morning" that wolf ipger was at the mall because he was
going to have a photograph taken with his equipment. >> he just made a bad decision. >> reporter: he's assigned to ft. bragg. after his arrest he was released into the military's custody. the mall is located across the street. the sergeant is guilty of very poor judgment but it's not clear if he was breaking any military laws. vinita? >> vlad thank you. new concerns over measles after more than a decade. pneumonia caused by measles killed an unidentified woman early this spring. it come 15/years after the virus was considered eliminated in the u.s. our dr. david agus joins us this morning. good morning. >> good morning, happy holidays.
>> how did they catch it? >> when you're on immuno sue pre drinks it's hard to mount. there was a person in the hospital and she caught measles from that person. she didn't have an immune responsele she died of the disease. this is the first confirmed case in many years. >> david, as you mentioned, she was in a compromising position. >> the reason you see all this legislation in places like california or vermont is for exactly that. you need your immune system to fight it it off so we don't have the right in the country to get a virus tnld spread it to
someone else. that's why the law is very important. >> and you and i live in california. the governor signed a law that bans most of these. i assume that's going to help with these cases. is that correct? >> that is great. when people are vaccinated this doesn't happen anymore. we need to get kids vaccinated so we do not have these unnecessary deaths. >> is there a possibility she could have spread it to over people. is there can concern that there's an outbreak we haven't seen yet? ? >> no question. most people are vaccinated. they're not going to get to it if it was sprid to them. anyone else, she could spread it to them.
>> thank you so much. >> thank you. >> american soccer fans are waking up this morning saying i believe we will win. they play sunday in vancouver, canada. vice president joe biden and his wife jill will lead. jericka duncan is at bc place in vancouver where some fans did not expect to see the team this morning. jericka, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, ben. you know the first few games, the coach jill ellis said the team had know played their best soccer but throughout the tournament she's reminded her players, it's not how you start. it's how you finish. the americans are coming off a mental high from that stirring 2-0 victory over number onekb victory on tuesday. kelly o'hara scored the second
goal. >> it's awesome. >> but veteran forward abby wambach wasn't ready to celebrate just wet. >> a lot of people were saying this was the final. wi still have one game left. >> reporter: in the last 2011 world cup final japan dealt the u.s. a devastating blow win, the final on penalty kicks. a year later they got a it. they said this is the matchup team usa was hoping for. >> not only is there a rematch, 13 members of team usa were part of that team four earring ago that lost in penalty kicks including all four women. >> reporter: both teams got to the file with more than a little luck. a questionable call against germany gave american carly load
the chance to drill the penalty kick that sent america on its way. and japan got the ultimate gift when england's laura bassett accidentally kilked the ball in her own goal. >> you've gone got to play and finish the chances. we can't take one moment offer. you never stop believing that it's never going to happen. >> jam is going for its second straight title. the only team to do that was in germany. that was in 2003 and 2007. anthony? >> good luck, team usa.
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he's amazed of how much of it he can remember. that's ahead. first it's time to show you this morning's headlines from around the globe. the seattle c.i. is reporting that they're taking part in a diabetic study. it could reduce the number of finger picks. isis militants are entrenched in ramadi. the extremist fighters widely known for brutal attacks like public beheadings have restored electricity and fixed road. their apparent success could make it harder for iraqi government to retake the city. at naetna said it will buy
humana. it's projected to have more than 33 million medical memberses. it would give them the biggest market share in medicare. the "chicago tribune" has an update on the new 9% cloud tax. one said the president puts them at a disadvantage. another said i wouldn't be surprised if others look at new places to go. another said it doesn't help put the tech committee at 9%. the latest shark attack victim has survived surgery on his mauled legs. he was bitten thursday by a suspected great wide shark. three of them were fatal. they say this shark four meters long hung around. after the attack they could see it in the water. >> i don't want to be in the water with that.
experts are treeing to make sense of the sudden jumps in shark attacks. there have been 11 so far. vicente arenas is in keythe keys ins by bane florida. >> reporter: with so many people heading to the ocean these days to have fun. experts are reminding beachgoers that this is where sharks live no matter how shallow the water may be. up and down the seaboard sharks can be in the same waters that beachgoers enjoy. last year 22-year-old jessica vaughn who was tubing in florida's intercoastal waterway was in the water when she was attacked. she was pulled to safety but not before a gash had been torn in
her right leg. at first she didn't know what happened. >> when they pulled me on the boat i saw what happened and the teeth mark and saw the shark. >> this year there have been 23 attacks. seven attacks were reported in the past three weeks. the highest number in the eight years since the university of florida began keeping records. dr. samuel gruber is a director of the bihm idy shark research facility. >> something strength is going on because the trend is normally zero or one attack in any area. >> reporter: threes include bait fishing, sea turtles, and global warming. he says the real answer lies with sharks not with the human beings themselves. the first thing you ask yourself is where do people swim?
you have more people in the water with more sharks you're likely to get more shark attacks. >> reporter: it's often said that your chances of being struck by lightning are higher than being bitten by a shark. still the national park service has sent out an alert. it reminds peach goers to be on the lookout this weekend. anthony? >> this morning a man carrying a knife is in more trouble following a brawl. he handed his i.d. to a plain clothes officer. he became angry when the officer wouldn't return it. that led to a scuffle. both men took a boxing stance. police commissioner bill bratton said he saw nothing wrong with the officer's position. a judge does not forget a face. did you go to nautilus for middle school? >> oh my goodness. oh, my goodness. >> what are the chances of that?
that's burglary suspect arthur booth. she broke down creeing. she remembers him as the noosest kid in middle school and had this in terms of advice. >> good luck to you, sir. i hope you're able to come out of this okay and lead a lawful life. >> he just looked uncomfortable. he remains in jail this morning. >> i hope the judge is more lenient if it's your classmate. the grateful dead has only three performances left but sounds great after 50 years. >> reporter: do you think you're as good today as you were 45 35 years ago? >> i think we're potentially the best in the world every day. >> ahead t iconic band's long strange history spanning five
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>> that's who you think it is. they lucked out. they got an impromptu concert by cold play's chris martin. he decided to go out. brought his guitar decided to sing. >> that's interesting. you walk into a calf fie and start singing. >> hopefully they recognize him. >> you're pretty good. you should do this all the time. >> no that's just some guy who set up and started singing. >> this weekend one of rock and roll's most revered bands will play one more time. they're headed to chicago. the four core members of the group will play one of their
final three shows. dean reynolds is outside chicago where one band member is reflecting on the grateful dead's place in history. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. there will be more than 70,000 dead heads here tonight to kick off three nights of concerts by the legendary group which will be performs together for the last time. half a century after they started. members of the grateful dead just keep trucking on. >> there's some magic about this music that goes three all the generations. >> reporter: bill kratsman was the drummer in 1965 when the dead came alive. now 69 he would be the first to acknowledge what a long strange trip it's been. >> people would ask me what shows do you remember.
i remember the events after the shows. they were extremely outrageous. the shows were extremely wonderful, you know but the energy doesn't stop. when the show's other, the musicians feel like going out and doing stuff. they still remember kreutzmann and the others. the biggest name in the band died 20 years ago, jerry garcia played his last concert in chicago. so there's going to be about 63 65,000 people here. >> something like that. >> which is why they agreed to have their last stop be here at soldier field. ♪ two shows in santa clara, california, last weekend opened
the tour with help from keyboardist bruce hornsby and fish lead singer trey. peter shapiro is the tour's promoter. >> the fans all knew the 50th anniversary was coming. the fans wanted something. this was the right thing to do. this was the right way do it. >> did you think it would be this big? >> this weekend we're going to be going live to concert venues around the country. venues will have 1,500, 2,000 people. >> reporter: when we stopped by a sound check wasmr made. praep racings for paythey were never much of a top 40 band or
studio band. live performances are what made the performances for dead heads across the century. >> you know why? it's the great american songbook. these are songs people grew up with. >> reporter: in an interview in 1989 jerry garcia spoke about those fiercely devoted fans. >> it's not like a show business audience, you know what i mean? they come as much to be there and enjoy each other probably. the experience is probably still rewarding for them for reasons that may not have anything do with the music but being some place and celebrated their own existence. >> reporter: it went along with all the trademark jamming and improv decision and the song's never played the same way twois. bill kre ryuutzmann wrote a book talking about dreaming and, yes,
drugs. >> i feel blessed. on a daily basis, especially around shows, fans will come up to me and say, you know billy, you changed my >> i can't imagine you guys stopping you know? i'm thinking you're going to do your own show and then 25 on cores. will it be tough at the end? >> there will probably be a tear in my eye. when you've done all sorts of far out stuff with people, to say it's over it's kind of sad. >> while it may soon be over for the dead the individuals have their own separate bands. they say they'll continue to make music and undoubtedly to keep trucking on. vinita? >> i wish people at home could have heard your commentary. >> you were the resident music expert. i want to know, is this a real final concert or like cher? >> supposedly they'll want to go their own way.
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it's friday july 3rd 2015. welcome back to "cbs this morning." more real news ahead, including women's world cup final. we'll look at team usa's chances of lifting the trophy on sunday. but first here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. > >> blongefore peopleta srted showing up security will be in place, police will be in tentss screening the virssito. officials tell us the fire is now out but they're not letting people go home. air qualitys i onlyne o of their fears. brian wolfeyan wolfinger was arrested. >> it's so hard to see bernie sa s nderwith his crazy white hair and long professorial speeches becoming a nominee, but it shows the frustration of
hillary clinton. >> it's not how you start. it's how you finish. >> experts are reminding beachgoers this is where sharks live. >> there will be more than 70,000 dead heads here tonight to connect off three con sirtes. >> people ask me what shows do you remember. i remember the events after the show. >> macy's has now severed ties with donltd trump and will no longer carry his menswear collection. it gets worse. petco will no longer carry his shampoo shampoo. >> announcer: today's "eye opener" at 8:00 is presented by choice hotel. >> i'm anthony mason along with vinita nair and ben tracy. police are on gord with what's
described as one of the big estgest terrorist warning. officials sayly are no specific threats that they know of but the tsa is sending special teams to monitor airline hubs and watch potential suspects. the massive fire from a train dearraignment in tennessee is out this morning. the csx train was carried chemicals. dozens were treated at the hospital for breathing issues skin irritation, and nausea. republican presidential candidate lindsey graham gets candid talking about a plipt cal rival. he gets emotional while describing his friendship with joe biden to "the huffington post." >> if you can't see him as a
nice person, you're got a problem. he's the nicest. >> is that right? >> he's the greatest man god created. i called him after beau died. beau was his soul. >> so nice to see that. they were friends for a long time. the vice president recently surprised graham by showing up as a guest at his military retirement ceremony. the unmanned vessel is carrying fuel, oxygen food water, and other supplies. it's set to dock with the iss on sunday. the mission follows the failure of a spacex rocket two minutes after blastall. the rocket was carried 4 thou supplies and scientific experiments to the space station. it's a big weekend for american soccer fans. team usa plays japan in the world cup final after beating
the number one ranked team germany. but fans are still talking about the goal that knocked out england. >> oh, my god. could it be an own goal by england. >> that's so hard to watch. this morning her mother says she was also devastated. >> when i saw my daughter crying, that was just -- yeah, that was it. not good not good. it's just unfortunate her name is on the own goal. it she'll bounce back. >> we're all holding our heads. >> you're a brit so you must
really feel the pain. >> like barbara hershey in beaches. i keep saying it could be worse, we could be greek. if you're english you say, it could be worse organization kbould english. >> let's talk about it. this is a bit of a rematch. which team do you think has the advantage? >> it's a huge rematch. winston churchill always said you can always trust the americans to do the right thing only after they tried everything else. they started off flattened. they changed their tactics. abby wambach. they played japan in 2011 got beat. they played them again in the olympics the nextier and won. so this a s a grime matchup for
the young remarkable americans. >> this is a rubber match. >> yes. they're not just playing the japanese. they're really fighting history. usa used to win this tournament by right in the 1990s. we always remember the brandi chastain sports of 1999. they've not won it again. it's excruciating. they want to win tomorrow and comment their legacy as great american athletes. >> alet's talk about one of the other big plot lines and that's the headbutts. the first one we saw was between more indian bryant and alexander popp. it was a bad one. >> fifa has a lot of problems
right now. this is probably issue number one. soccer is mid eefbl. they have no understanding of of the depths. i will say also you see morgan bryant, the remarkable young player who came through. ronaldo, you only have to graze molecules and he falls over. >> these women, unbelievable. they get paid $60,000 a year at best. if they whip on sunday they'll begin endorsements. >> you mentioned these fifa problems.
>> how big of a distraction is it to the players? >> you speak to the american players. they're absolutely focused chl before they found their form the remarkable thing is it. he runs fifa who's -- he says innocent. anyone who says i'm gildy. he said i'm going to continue. he's not going to go to canada because he says h has personal reasons. >> roger bennett, thaerng you for the colorful commentary. >> you're picking usa? >> oh, my gosh. i love them. >> after 44 years maria is saying so long to "sesame street." >> oh look honey.
the spanish world for happy, feliz. manza know says she is proud to be a role model for yung la tenokids. we talked about hanging with oscar the grouch and big bird for more than fourdy cades. i was allowed to go 'long. i started out as a teenager, got married, had a baby. it sort of followed my life. >> she did leave open the pocket of returning to the show as a guest. >> i spent a lot of hours with her. >> it's so cool to meet her. they're raising a stink. ahead, how your
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in our "morning rounds," there is gut reaction. it could change the future of medicine. our dr. david agus joins us from los angeles. good morning. >> good morning, vinita. >> this is fascinating. in some ways not surprising when you think about it. but what is the connection? >> you have more bacteria in your gut than you do human cells in our body. they're a key part of us. they metabolize food. there's a direct connection. these bacteria make nerves and
can changeit. throughout history going back to hip pock karats time there's an association between what you eat and how you feel oops. there's a relationship between high glycemic foods and depression. what you eat changes the bacteria in your gi tract. >> you're saying david, as we go to the barbecue this weekend we can determine how we're going to feel before we put it in our mouth? >> exactly. give me a list of what you're going to eat and i'll tell you what's going to happen. >> in terms of treatment, how does this stack up? >> right now most of the treatments we have for psychiatric disorders for how you feel target the hormones in
the brain so it's an exciting time. the problem is there are 20,000 different bacteria in each of us. it's a new field, a growing field, and all of a sudden we know there's a connection. the challenge is going to be to change it so we can actually benefit from it. >> there are no go-too foods. i thought you were going to tell us we should be eating probiotic probiotics and yogurt. >> that's the thing. high pock citys would write when i eat this feed, i feel this way. if you eat a certain food and feel great, write it down. if you're going to eat a certain food like thoejt is going to eat in a little while, write that down also. then we can be in charge of our
own health. it's going to be more technological. >> i know chocolate make mess happy so i'm sticking with that one. dr. david agus thank you so much. amy schumer is easier to seton street. ahead, why she may start investing in more baseball caps. that's ahead. >> announcer: cbs "morning rounds" sponsored by kay 99 advantix ii ii. choose to move freely. move free ultra has triple-action support for your joints, cartilage and bones in one tiny pill. move free ultra. get your move on. and now try move free night. the first and only 2-in-1 joint and sleep supplement.
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this morning comedian miami amy schumer learns what it means to be a celebrity. she has a series on comedy century and hosted the awards show. she sits down and talks about dealing with her newfound fame. here's her conversation. >> when i take my clothes off for a guy, i'll tell them you're welcome. >> reporter: she tells you what's on her mind as she did recently. >> i'm a good person, i swear to god. i adopted a rescue pug this week, right? no i'm sorry. i bought a pair of uggs. what did i say. >> reporter: just in the last few months things have changed so much for you.
>> totally. i feel like for 11 years i feel like it's been little steps, but now it feels like i went from this one level to i took a giant leap. >> can you still take the subway without a baseball cap or sunglasses? >> no. that's new. i kind of made that discovery this week. >> do you want to go grab some dinner? >> from now on we need to keep this professional. >> reporter: now she's starring a movie she wrote. she plays amy, a girl who doesn't seem to want to settle down. her love interest is bill hader. >> i was wondering if i could see you again. >> you know what i'm going to call the police. >> i'll talk about it tomorrow. >> your character is behavioring in a way that we expect guys to behave. >> girls have this reputation
like they're crazy. i know for me dating it's like, you're like it didn't feel very right. >> the dynamic in the movie is true to your experience. >> yes, the dynamic in the movie is true to my experience. >> she's so funny. i think it's funny. >> it has been a giant leap. >> i can introduce her to lots of girls she hasn't met apparently. >> all right. you can see mo rocca's full interview with amy schumer this weekend right here on "cbs this morning." >> amy schumer is just one of the stars hitting the big screen this month. fandango's ari davis is with us with what he says will be a surprise. that's after your local news.
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in the new "terminator: genesis" his character goes back to fight against himself. two of them. an older schwarzenegger and younger schwarzenegger fight it out. they try to talk each other but they can't understand what each other is saying. welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour can the terminator take down dinosaurs? arnold schwarzenegger is in an epic duel against kwpt jurassic park." >> if you think flying is turning into a zoo, well you might be right. some passengers are pushing the limits to get their pets on board. our team learns.
that's ahead. the pensacola news journal says two times master bubba watson is stripping the flag. he bought the iconic car from the "dukes of hazard" in 2012. he tweeted all men are created equal. i believe that. so i will be painting the american flag over the rew f of the general lee. >> we're shown the states drinking the most beer. a study by them finds north carolina residents consume the most. 43 1/2 flomed eded eded eded followed by new hampshire, and others. they have loosened laws. only three still completely ban sales of fireworks.
they're massachusetts, new jersey, and delaware. and the "los angeles times" reports on an explosion of a vehicle. it bust into flames. in barstow, california. the van driver ran away before police arrived. he has not been found yet. the ichb pen dense day weekend is famous oors for its biggest rollout. transformer's age of extinction won the box office battle laugh year but it was the worst summer since 1997. "magic mike xxl" a sequel to its previous movie is back. eric, good morning. arnold did famously say, i'll be back and he is back. there is this crazy fight scene
that's being called the fight of the summer. tell us about it. >> it is. he fight a 1984 version of himself. the special effects are fantastic. it's awesome. if you're a "terminator" fan, given it up you're going. you have have tee sea it. pthis is probably my favorite arnold schwarzenegger role. he brings a lot of human to it. >> you can now have eternal youth with the special effects. tl franchise is known for special effects. amileelia clark, she makes her return. >> let's talk about magic mike. i have to say i did knot think i would get a second movie.
>> it has. it's the only one that can large fie itself. we're seeing groups of two, five ten women going together to see the film. i think it's because it's a fun movie, you know and it's all about pleasing a woman, making her feel good about herself, making her feel happy. it's a no-brainer if you're going out with the ladies and it's got eye candy. do you see them knocking off the champs? >> it's going to be tough. magic mike xxl is putting up numbers. >> people like strippers apparently. >> it's a fun movie. my sister said more tansing and light dancing. >> let's talk about the
family-friend hi ones we have "minions," "auntman." and we already talked about" inside out. >> this one is adorable. it's so good. if you have really young kids you can take them to toe seem them. it's the top animated movie in the uk ever topping "toy story 3." yeah. it's already huge. people are tweeting me. they want to see this movie. it's coming. >> what about "aunt man." i really lalk this movie. i think it's marvel's most family-friendly movie. if you haven't seen it yet, you should. it might have the most amount of heart as well in michael douglas. i talked to michael douglas
about this movie. he said this is the movie that finally makes me cool because my son is excited about it. >> do you the any of the movies could set a record or are there too many? >> ily are too many. there are four movies everybody is jockeying to see. jurassic is a big summer. >> is this a bounce back number? is it big enough? >> i think it is. jurassic world is going to make it at the box office. yeah, i definitely think it's a bounceback. >> what about train rec? i know it's not one of the big four, but she's hilarious. >> this was the comedy of the summer. i hlaug and laugh. this is the story that restores your faith and amy schumer is at
the top right now. she can't commit to one guy and she meets the guy played by bill hader. lebron james is in the film. >> this is interesting. >> this is a breakout role and he steals everything. the guy is funny. >> eric davis, thank you so much. see when pigs really do fly. see how to turn an airliner into a farm land. and tonight on centimeter bj
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aaa says this will be the most traveled fourth of july weekend in eight years. more than 3 million americans are flying but you might need to make room for four-legged passengers in the cabin. peter greenberg is looking at a surprising fallout from a rule on the disabled. >> reporter: cbs news staffer family pet pharoah and they're both volunteering howess it is
to to travel. laura glading is the national president of the associated flight attendants. >> i don't want to you know, brush with a broad brush. i have an emotional support animal. >> they can be mistaken for service animals. >> a very real sense. my safety, my life is in the paws of my dog. >> people like jim cutch, the president and ceo of the nation's first dog organization the seeing eye. >> the best service animal is the one that isn't noticed. the dog that's very quietly behind this senes doing its job to maintain the stability. >> the support animal just has to show up. >> basically, yes. >> they're not showing up just
with celebrities. anyone with a social need and access to the internet and a one-time $50, can travel. >> i think a lot has to do with not having to pay a way to bring your pet along. it's really gotten out of hand. >> reporter: his reported disability, a fear of flying one of the many reasons given and difficult to challenge. the plan was complete in five minuted. two weeks later the information arrived. they were on their way from new york to washington to take in the sites. >> the park is beautiful. the war memorial all the monuments. >> it's amazing how easy it was.
>> it doesn't matter. it's dogs that themselves are stressed out their comfort zone. they're miss behavior. >> reporter: not every pet or passenger is as comfortable at 30,000 feet. >> you're getting reports from flight 'ten danlts than it was getting out of control. >> reporter: cloerly there are no rules as to what constitutes an emotional animal or a rule. if you want to know when pilgs fly. how about right noup. we ound our pig at ross mill pond park who followed up with a counsels center to obtain anbtain
a pig. >> pigs are a popular event and they get tremendous emotional support from a pig. >> she was widely accepted. aside from acting a little like a pig during meal service. help had to give it back. a new found problem. >> we're going to have to have everyone deeplain. >> reporter: for "cbs this morning," i'm pete greenberg. >> i'm not sure what i would do. >> what happens if they have to releafs themselves?
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