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american academy of dermatology it's tuesday, july 11th, 2017. this is the cbs morning news. a military plane crashes in a mississippi field killing more than a dozen people. and trump jr. lawyers up as new details emerge about what the president's son reportedly knew before meeting with the russian lawyer during the 2016 campaign. good morning from the studio 57 news room at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne marie green. eo
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military refuelling tanker crashed in rural mississippi. the marine kc 130 crashed into a soybean field and burst into flames. it's believed that all of the victims were on board the plane. the fbi is on the scene and hannah daniels is here in new york with more. >> good morning. the deadly crash prompted an urgent rescue effort. the marine corps says it operated the plane but hasn't said where the flight began or where it was going. >> reporter: a military plane crashed in rural mississippi monday afternoon killing at least 16 people on board according to the emergency county emergency chief. witnesses say the marine corps refuelling tanker was seen spiraling towards the ground into a soybean field about 85 miles north of jackson. >> traveling north. it was all over,
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it was scary. it was scary because i seen all the black smoke and it was horrifying. >> reporter: all the spokes person would say so far is that the kc 130 quote experienced a mishap. the flames burned for hours. witnesses say so hat at one point firefighters had to pull back. >> they're spraying their foam on it. every time they stopped they backed up. >> reporter: they're warning residents to stay away. >> we don't want nobody out there. we have fuel everywhere so we don't want anybody without responders in the area. >> reporter: the local fire chief says debris from the crash is being found within a five-mile radius. >> and while the investigation is still in the preliminary stages authorities don't believe foul play was to blame for the crash. >> thank you so much hena. normal flight operations are expected this morning in the washington, d.c. area
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problems at an air traffic control center delayed hundreds of flights last night. the facility was evacuated monday evening when several people complained of fumes. apparently fumes from nearby roofing work got into the air conditioning system. inbound traffic was stopped and departing fliegghts experienced extensive delays. this morning the first report that allegedly ties the trump campaign to the kremlin. donald trump jr. learned from an e-mail before his meeting with a russian lawyer that information concerning hillary clinton came from the russian government. that is according to the new york times. the white house says there was nothing inappropriate with the meeting. donald trump jr. has hired a lawyer and the senate intelligence committee wants to hear from the president's son. >> donald trump jr. will be somebody that we want to talk to. >> reporter:
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says members want to question donald trump jr. about his meeting with the russian lawyer during last year's presidential election. >> it's remarkable that this meeting, one, was not reported beforehand. >> reporter: the meeting which occurred on june 9th at trump tower involved russian lawyer, trump jr., his brother-in-law jared kushner and paul manafort. the attorney was offering potential damaging details about hillary clinton but says she had no meaningful information to provide. >> the intelligence committee clearly should interview donald trump jr. as well as everyone who was present at that meeting. that's the only way that we will fully understand what happened. >> reporter: after first criticizing the media for covering the story trump jr. tweeted that he would be happy to work with the committee to pass on what i know. the meeting came just two weeks after then candidate trump clinchhe
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nomination. the white house maintains there was nothing inappropriate about what happened. >> there was simply no collusion that they keep trying to create that there was. >> in terms of direct contact between the russians and the trump campaign it's a fact. >> reporter: trump jr. has now hired a criminal defense attorney to present him in connection with the ongoing russia probes. an american soldier is under arrest in hawaii charged with trying to help isis. he appeared in federal court yesterday. he was arrested saturday after being the target of an fbi investigation for more than a year. he's an air traffic controller who served in iraq and afghanistan. the fbi says he admitted pledging loyalty to isis and purchased a drone for use ens u.s. forces. authorities in eastern pennsylvania are searching for four men who disappeared over the past week north of philadelphia. the search for the men is being called a criminal investigation. three of the men knew each
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attorney suspects foul play. several locations are being searched. a 20-year-old linked to one property is being held on an illegal gun charge. the minnesota police officer acquitted in last year's fatal shooting of an african american driver signed a deal to leave the department. he'll be paid more than $48,000. he shot castile several times after castile told him he was armed. the police department will pay for accrued and understand used leave. the fire department is making some progress. north of sacramento the wall fire destroyed at least 37 buildings and burned nearly 6,000 acres. evacuation orders for many residents remain in effect for at least another day. >> it was l
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shape where the flames just -- 50, 60 foot flames. i'm lucky i got out with my dog and stuff. i never did think a fire could move that fast. i'm really lucky. >> in southern california two fires are burning in santa barbara county. the largest has destroyed 20 buildings and burned more than 45 square miles. radio static? chris christie facts unfriendly callers on a radio show after beach gate. and a high school reporter scores a big interview with the defense secretary. this is the cbs morning news. proof of less joint pain and clearer skin. this is my body of proof that i can take on psoriatic arthritis with humira. humira works by targeting and helping to block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to both joint and skin symptoms.
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with listeners on the radio station. he auditioned yesterday for a permanent show once his term ends next january. his approval ratings hit an all-time low after he was seen on an empty beach during a government shutdown last week. a high school student lands a big interview. and new details in the case of a fraternity death. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the enquirer reports on the defense strategy in the defense of a fraternity pledge. a preliminary hearing to decide if 16 members should face charges will convene for a third day today. their lawyers contend that the pledge was not forced to get drunk before he suffered a fatal fall in february. the chicago tribune covers the arraignment of three men accused of a coverup in a killing by a police officer. a former detective, a police officer and an ex- officer pleaded not guilty yesterday in connection
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mcdonald last year. controvers ll be heard by a rulings have been criticized by appeals courts. the miami harold reports a rarity at a south florida beach, a shark attack. a man swimming in the nude sunday is expected to recover after suffering leg bites. historical records note only 15 shark attacks on the miami-dade coast. the washington post reports the cancellation of the long and costly search for a new fbi headquarters. an announcement by federal officials is expected today. the plan called for moving the agency from the crumbling hoover building in the capitol to a suburban campus. and a high school student in washington state published -- rather in washington state published a student's interview with the defense secretary. that's right. james mattis. the student reached him by using contact information acc
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exposed by the washington post. mattis advised young people to get involved, study history to become better citizens. still ahead, lucky streak. a california teenager scratches off back to back lottery jackpot wins. here ya go. awesome, thank you. thank you. that's... not your car. your car's ready! wrong car... this is not your car? i would love to take it, but no. oh, i'm so sorry about that. you guys wanna check it out? it's someone else's car... this is beautiful. what is this? it's the all-new chevy equinox. this feels like a luxury suv. i love this little 360, how do they even do that? i made a bad decision on my last car purchase. well, your car's here. bummer... bummer. wah-wah. i'm ready for an upgrade. (laughter)
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defying astronomical odds, a 19-year-old california woman is more than $650,000 richer. she bought two winning $5 scratchoff tickets in the same week and now she plans for a shopping spree and a new car. maybe she should buy more lottery tickets. on the texas money watch stocks take a tumble and a victory for consumers. we're at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. investors are looking for clues on when the federal reserve may raise interest rates again. in the next corporate earnings report season gets going this week. yesterday the dow lost five points. the s&p gained two and the
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if you invested in snapchat's parent company you've lost money. snap stocks fell below $17 for the first time on monday. snap stock has lost around $10 billion in market value. one problem, concerns about snapchat's ability to grow and attract add veertivertisers as s and faces stiff republican resistance. and the pentagon announced it's buying 74 more f-35 fighter jets. the f-35 joint strike fighter is the next generation fighter jet. it can take off and land vertically and carry munitions inside the body of the plane.
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the f-35 is also the single most expensive military program in the pentagon's history and estimated $406 billion. >> it's going to keep that title for the forseeable future if they're buying a whole lot more planes. thank you. still ahead, power hitter, a new york yankees rookie puts on a big show at the all star home run derby. i accept i take easier trails than i used to. i even accept i have a higher risk of stroke due to afib, a type of irregular heartbeat not caused by a heart valve problem. but no matter what path i take, i go for my best. so if there's something better than warfarin, i'll go for that too. eliquis. eliquis reduced the risk of stroke better than warfarin, plus had less major bleeding than warfarin. eliquis had both. don't stop taking eliquis unless your doctor tells you to, as stopping increases your risk of having a stroke. eliquis can cause serious and in rare cases fatal bleeding. don't take eliquis if you have an artificial heart valve
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the bombers new slugging star is the champion of the all star home run derby. aaron judge won the exhibition last night b
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out of the park in miami. and those homers traveled a total of 3.9 miles. well, a two-time wimbledon champion will be a spectator as the tournament enters the quarter finals. nadal was upset yesterday. top men's seed andy murray and third seeded fedderer advanced. paris and los angeles could each share a little portion of the olympic spotlight today. officials meeting in switzerland are expected to name sites for the 2024 and 2028 summer games. paris is focusing on 2024 while l.a. leaders say they won't rule anything out. there's a long running medical debate about whether koch fee is good for you or not but new research is giving coffee lovers grounds for optimism. >> reporter: marian is always up for a good cup of coffee. >> i love
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i drink coffee way too much. >> reporter: turns out that could be a boost to her long-term health. >> i was thinking about cutting back but that's not going to be the case anymore. >> reporter: two new studies find drinking coffee either caffeinated or decaf is associated with a lower risk of death especially when it comes to cardiovascular diseases. the anti oxidants have a protective effect on the body. >> lower mark of -- >> reporter: they examined data for more than a half million people from tenure penocountries. they found people who drink one cup of coffee are 12% less likely to die than noncoffee drinkers. people consuming two to three cups a day reduce their chance of death by 18%. a second study shows the benefits appear to be the same for all ethnic backgrounds no matter how the
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prepared. >> boiled coffee and any type of coffee consumed seems to confer >>is health benefit. or rep hter:e says he'll drink to that. >> i like the taste. it wakes me up so i guess i should wake more. >> reporter: he won't think twice about having another cup. chris martinez, cbs news, los angeles. >> i'm with him on that one. a rare lion was rescued from a well some 80 feet deep. the two-year-old cub was hoisted to safety last weekend in india. a rescuer went down in a protective cage to save him. it happened near the world's last sanctuary for the breed. well, coming up on cbs this morning, the series a more perfect union introduces us to a denver chef who's teaching chronically ill children how to grow and cook their own healthy meals. i'm anne marie-green. this is the cbs morning news.
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all right, here we go. the heat wave continues. yesterday we reached 90 degrees. it was just kind of the start of getting your body acclimated to the heat and humidity, and now we're starting off much warmer than yesterday,
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70s. a few 60s. yesterday we had a few 50s out there. that is not going to be the case today. michael & son camera looking pretty good. 77 degrees. winds out of the southwest. that southwesterly wind is going to stay with us for a while, making it unbearable come thursday. temperatures around the region, 70 for white oak. 68 for germantown. you're going to notice a difference when you step outside this morning. a lot muggier and just uncomfortable. we are going to run the risk of a few stray showers and thunderstorms. the story is the heat and humidity. with this setup that we have. with this amount of heat that we have. once you get a thunderstorm that is able to form, it's going to breakthrough this barrier, and the conditions for it to be severe increase. once we see a shower turn to a thunderstorm, then most likely it will be a severe thunderstorm. those storms are going to be very few and far between. highs today, we're making the jump
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low 90s through gaithersburg. it's hot, it's humid. surprisingly not near any record highs. our record high at reagan is 99. baltimore at 100 and martinsburg your record is 112. we're not getting there, but we are going to see the temperatures continue to increase. jan, over to you. heat one of the weather- related killers in the u.s. you know the routine, try not to spend too much time outside. stay hydrated. take breaks. find shade. even if you're working outside, you want to make sure that you take breaks as often as possible. also, indoors check up on people you know that are sick, elderly, those without air- conditioning. make sure they're not getting overheated. please don't leave your kids, your pets unattended in your car. look in the backseat before you lock your car so you don't forget any loved ones there. if you choose to head out
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jog, take some time to find shade and stay hydrated. hopefully everyone has air- conditioning in their car for the commute today. >> for sure. if you roll down the windows, it's not going to be such a good hair day out there. a lot of hair spray needed today. we have one problem on the roads at this point if you are jumping in your car. 29 as you head northbound by crest more drive you're going to run into an accident. not any kind of delays and i-70 westbound by rimming road. look for a traffic lane camera close to this area. the one that's right at that intersection isn't working. this is closer to 270. here's a live look at 70. the problem much further down from here. this is wake up washington on wusa9. we are looking at some dangerously hot temps heading our way today and into thursday. it may only be in the 90s, but it's going to feel like those
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you factor in the humidity there. good morning everybody. thanks for joining us. we are outside. >> we're sweating a little bit. getting a little bit due by dewy out here. it's going to be a hot one. allyson rae is going to get us through it with a check on your weather forecast. good morning. i'm sure all the air conditioner repairmen are running around town making sure everyone is ready to go. our hottest week of the summer. we haven't reached over 95 yet this summer, so not as hot as last year. we are sure going to make up for it this week. 77 right now. you're going to notice a big difference when you step outside. a few storms are going to pop up later on today. yesterday we had a few off to the west. this is 5:00 this afternoon. your drive home might be dodging a few hit or miss showers and strong thunderstorms. highs today 92 for gaithersburg, 93 for leesburg. these are the actual temperatures l
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factoring in the humidity. our records are hard to reach today. i don't think we're going to be -- we're going to be flirting with records come thursday. i don't think we're really going to be breaking records this week. temperatures for the feels like temperature when you factor in that humidity, about 100 today. that's actually not so bad compared to what we will feel by thursday. thursday will be a yellow weather alert day, and i will explain that coming up. kind of quiet, especially over on the east side of the beltway. we had so many problems over there yesterday. this is a live look at the beltway right at central avenue or route 214. traffic moving okay. no issues like what we had going on most of yesterday morning. we do have one problem here 29 as you head northbound by crestmore drive, you'll run into an accident. not sure which lanes it's blocking. you will see that if you're heading northbound, and then i- 70 heading westbound if you're heading to frederick this morning by ridge road, you're also going to notice an accident. i haven't en

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