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he is making. >> corker added the president urged him not to retire. the senator has criticized mr. trump before. particularly after he equivocated on white supremacist violence in charlottesville. >> the president has not yet been able to demonstrate the stability nor some of the confidence that he needs to demonstrate. >> reporter: the vice president defended president trump today against of what he called empty rhetoric and baseless attacks. but, elaine, the senate majority leader, mitch mcconnell struck a very different tone calling corker a valuable team member, who will be key in upcoming budget negotiations. >> margaret brennan. thank you. >> the cbs "overnight news" will be right back.
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the head of the environmental protection agency declared to day the war on coal is over. scott pruett told an audience in kentucky he plans to repeal an obama-area rule that limits carbon emissions from power plants that burn coal. china on the other hand is doing the opposite, ben tracy reports, coal is on the way out. solar power is coming in. >> reporter: on a farm in northern china they're planting a new crop. nearly 200,000 solar panels in the heart of coal country. in the south, china just flipped the switch on the world's largest floating solar installation. built on top of a
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by an abandoned coal line. projects like these help china double its solar capacity last year. it is now twice as big as the u.s. capacity. nearly half of all new solar installations in the world are happening here in china. they're doing it quickly. green peace says they're installing equivalent of a soccer field full of solar panels every hour of every day. >> we have 28 solar power plants in operation in china. and, three more are under construction. >> maggie chao is executive president of panda green energy it installed enough solar panels to power 40 million homes. >> why are you build sowing many solar farms? >> we intend to bring a better future to our next generations. by using such clean energy, reducing the air pollution that is, the company's mission. >> it is also the government's mission. it is spending hundreds of bi
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renewable energy as china tries to wean itself off coal. still, it is dominant power source. and the reason for its notoriously toxic air. but china now produces 2/3 of the world's solar panels has bond a major competitor for the u.s. solar industry which employs quarter million american workers. ben tracy, cbs news, datong, china. >> one of the most talked about plays during sun day's football was sent in by president trump and executed by his vice president. the president says he asked mike pence to leave the colts' 49ers game in indianapolis if any players needle during the national anthem. they did. and he did. here is julianna goldman. >> reporter: more than a dozen san francisco 49ers again took a knee. prompting vice president mike pence to leave after the national anthem and imed me yetly send tweets that seemed teed up for a hasty exit with prepared graphicik
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i stand with our soldiers. and i will always stand for our flag and our national anthem. simultaneously, the president was tweeting, that he asked mr. pence to leave, if any players kneeled. but there was hardly an if yesterday. nfl players protesting racial injustice taking a knee religion nated with the 49ers former quarterback, colin kaepernick. press traveling with the vice president were kept in vans instead of accompanying him into the game as the they normally would have if he were planning to stay. >> it appears that the entire trip to attend the game was designed in order for vice president pence to walk out. >> critics like john wonderlick say taxpayers bore the cost including $120,000 for air force 2. las vegas to indianapolis, to los angeles. but that is only a fraction. secret service agents swept everyone at the stadium with magnetometers. advance teams nee
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>> when there are issues in the country going on, so serious, soemz so strange for attention and public funds to be used to weigh in on the actions of the private citizens in the nfl. >> we spoke to one republican involved in past presidential travel who said this likely cost more than a million dollars. the white house says mr. pence had been planning to go to game for week. and claimed he actually saved flying costs by not going back to december dwe.c. between las l.a. elaine. >> thank you. >> u.s. backed force maze be days away from victory in racka. the syrian city that isis considers its capital. the terror group once ruled over large portions of iraq and syria. the areas in green. after a three years of fierce battles, isis control has dwindled to the areas in red. holly williams got a rare look inside raqqa.
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>> reporter: the body of five soldiers rot in the desert heat killed a week ago according to militia men. one still wearing a suicide belt. the stench of death is everywhere in raqqa and so is fear. this hoitz you get to the front line. at break neck speed, to avoid isis snipers. there its the thud of u.s. coalition air strikes. but we saw only sporadic fighting because isis with as few as 250 fighters remaining in the city is pinned down. >> we are about, less than 100 yards from the hospital. >> they'ren what ein what is l main hospital and buildings close by. they have human shields. in this broken city, it's thought are still around 2,000 civilians.
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revenge. many hatch love lost family memo isis. with them an american volunteer. mike hogan from phoenix, arizona, a waiter before he came here six months ago. >> have you killed any isis fighters during the action that you have seen? >> no. between you and me, i am hoping to. i have had friend die here. i want to get even before i get out of here. >> they have already retaken clock tower circle. where isis acted out its perverted interpretation of islam. this place used to be a landmark in a peaceful city. then isis turned it into a killing field. a taxi driver who escaped from the city. he told us about the women, a religious minority captured by isis as sex slaves and auctioned off in the middle of the city. they would shout $100 for t
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one. they did tight terrify us. to show they could do it to us. if we didn't obey them. there have been 75 air strikes, providing the ground for a final assault on raqqa. elaine. >> holly williams in syria tonight. holly, thanks. coming up next, once his biggest supporters, hollywood stars are condemning harvey weinstein. where's gary? 'saved money on motorcycle insurance with geico. goin' up the country. later, gary' i have a motorcycle! wonderful. ♪ ♪ i'm goin' up the country, baby don't you wanna go? ♪ ♪ i'm goin' up the country, baby don't you wanna go? ♪
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>> a chorus of hollywood stars denounced harvey weinstein, fired by the studio he co-founded after being accused of decades of sexual harassment. meryl streep called his alleged behavior, inexcusable. glen close said he has angry and darkly sad. dame judi department. n -- dench found it horrifying. all had no idea. the details are graphic. >> here i was a young, local news anchor kind of desperate to be taken seriously at the time. >> good evening, everyone. 7:00. >> in 2007, 28 your old, lauren
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savon was working on long island when she had a chance encounter with harvey weinstein at a dinner party. he asked me what i did? >> that night, weinstein asked her if she wanted to tour his new york sitty restaurant. she agreed. >> you know he was so warm, friendly, complimentary. i didn't get anything that read he was dangerous until we got downstairs. >> what happened? >> he tried to kiss me. and i, i pushed him off. politely. and that's when he, seemed to get angry or annoyed. and told me to just stand there. and be quiet. he exposed himself. and he, he, basically pleasured himself. and when he finished i said to him, are we done here, can i leave? he said, yes, let's both leave. and he walked me back through the kitchen. that's where i met up with a
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friend. and i got out of there. >> if he is listening right now, what would you want to say to him today? >> i hope that he knows that you cannot go around treating women the way you did for as long as you did. and never pay a price for it. you know? you reap what you sow. >> we reached out to weinstein's attorney multiple times have not heard back. she says the last time she heard from weinstein was the day after the dinner party. she claims he called the tv station, asked her out on a date. and elaine says she declined. >> disturbing allegation. jericka duncan. thank you. >> coming up next, one mrs. trump versus three mrs. trump. lysol kills 99.9% of bacteria on soft and hard surfaces. one more way you've got what it takes to protect.
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this has to be a first. couple of firsts. a first lady feuding with a first wife. it started when ivana trupp jokingly referred to herself as first lady. melania took that as a shot from a first wives club. she put out a statement calling ivana's remark, self serving noise. that's two hits. two misses, if you're scoring. get it? up next, a phone number and hit song inspiring folks to call it.
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we end with a song's rise to the top of the charts, unlikely, bah the lyrics include i just want to die today. i just went to die. don't let it fool you, it is really a song about hope. here is michelle miller. >> i've been running low, taking my time. i feel like i'm out of my mind. i feel like my life ain't mine. >> reporter: a song about a desperate caller contemplating suicide. is resonating with millions of listeners. and saving lives. that's because the the song ear
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title, 1-800-273-8255 is the phone number for national suicide prevention lifeline. >> this is about so much more than, than entertainment. >> logic, rapper and songwriter from maryland came up with the single's concept. a person in despair reaching out to the hotline for help. in an upcoming segment for cbs sunday morning, logic told us he never thought about committing suicide but he has experienced firsthand what it is look to feel hopeless. >> you said that you struggled with anxiety. >> yeah, for sure. 100%. in the worst place in my life. i was happily married and yet i was unhappy. >> suicide prevention center crisis line. >> since the release in april, calls are up 33% at crisis hot line senters around the country. john dr
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coping through suicidal moments. research shows that can save lives and reduce the suicide rate. >> life line's call volume soared even higher after logic's recent perform at the mtv music awards. he shared the stage with dozens of people personally affected by suicide. rosie chin was among them. chin's ex-boyfriend committed suicide two years ago. and she struggled with thoughts of taking her own life. >> it was so moving. it was very powerful. i just couldn't stop crying. >> i just wanted them to know they really weren't alone. ♪ i finally want to be alive ♪ >> michelle miller, cbs news, los angeles. that's the "overnight news" for this tuesday. for some of you the news continues. for others, check back a little later for the morning news and
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york city i'm elaine quijano. thank you for watching. high, welcome to the "overnight news." i'm demarco morgan. california wine country ablaze this morning. more than a dozen wildfires are burning out of control. and dozen of counties. napa, sonoma. hon drepds hundreds of homes have been destroyed. and many forced to flee the flames. mireya villarreal is there. >> reporter: in southern california, this afternoon. several hillside homes went up in flames. firefighters making a stand to save others burning.
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the worst in northern california wine country. breck out last night. home after home, come letly engulfed. i just saw flames on the hill behind my house. fanned by 50 mile per hour winds and raged through several towns in napa and sonoma counties. well after midnight when many homeowners got the urgent call. they had minutes to get out. patients from two hospitals were evacuated as flames grew close. this is what alyssa gorman saw. this is my neighborhood in flames. completely in flames. >> by day break, the extent of the damage became painfully clear. entire neighborhoods overrun. little left but the smoldering remains of hundrof
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block after block reduced to rubble. today, as the fire kept growing, threatened even more communities, residents like david ramirez tried to salvage what he could seconds after he fled his home caught fire. yet another total loss. several homes and businesses are on fire right now in the santa rosa area. trying to get to a neighborhood. turned the corner. saw this building on fire behind us. couple guys walking down the street trying to put it out with extinguishers. i asked a fire fighter who had trucks why there weren't water on scene to put this out. right now with their resources, it's risk versus reward. president trump made a cottage industry of criticizing members of his own party. now one powerful senator is fighting back. bob corker of tennessee says the president turned the white house into an adult day-care center and that his recklessness put the united states "on the path to world war iii" margaret brennan has the story. >> a great friend of mine, senabo
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>> reporter: president trump and tennessee senator bob corker were once on friendlier terms. yesterday the president lashed out claiming the retiring senator had begged for his endorsement and did not have the guts to run for re-election. the president falsely said corker was responsible for the horrendous iran deal. corker shot back. it is a shame the white house has become an adult day-care center. someone obviously missed their shift this morning. that appeared to refer to chief of staff john kelly whom corker had praised. >> secretary tillerson, secretary mattis, chief of staff kelly are -- those people that help separate our country from chaos. >> feud comes as the the president is set to announce his iran strategy and will need the buy-in of corker, chairman of the senate foreign relations committee. in a phone interview late yesterday with "the new york times," corker said mr. trump acts like he is on a reality show.
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world war iii with the comments he is making. >> corker added the president urged him not to retire. the senator has criticized mr. trump before. particularly after he equivocated on white supremacist violence in charlottesville. >> the president has not yet been able to demonstrate the stability nor some of the confidence that he needs to demonstrate. overseas, u.s. backed fighters are waiting to make the final assault on raqqa. after months of fight, raqqa is all but destroyed. with gunmen holding out amid the rubble. holly williams reports from syria.
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soldiers rot in the desert heat killed a week ago according to militia men. one still wearing a suicide belt. the stench of death is everywhere in raqqa and so is fear. this is how you get to the front line. at break neck speed, to avoid isis snipers. there is the thud of u.s. coalition air strikes. but we saw only sporadic fighting because isis with as few as 250 fighters remaining in the city is pinned down. >> we are about, less than 100 yards from the hospital. >> they're in what is left of main hospital and buildings close by. they have human shields. in this broken city, it's thought are still around 2,000 civilians. america's allies are out for revenge. many have lost family members to isis. with them an american volunteer. mike hogan from phoenix,
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here six months ago. >> have you killed any isis fighters during the action that you have seen? >> no. between you and me, i am hoping to. i have had friend die here. i want to get even before i get out of here. there have been 75 coalition air strikes in the last two days alo alone. preparing the ground for a final assault on raqqa. awe off the fall of harry weinstein is complete. fired from the company he co-founded. amid sexual abuse allegations dating back decades. jericka duncan has the latest. >> here i was a young, local news anchor kind of desperate to be taken seriously at the time. >> good evening, everyone. 7:00. >> in 2007, 28 your old, lauren savon was working on long island when she had a chance encounter with harvey weinstein at a dinner party. he asked me what i did? >> that night, weinstein asked her if she wanto
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new york city restaurant. she agreed. >> you know he was so warm, friendly, complimentary. i didn't get anything that read he was dangerous until we got downstairs. >> what happened? >> he tried to kiss me. and i, i pushed him off. politely. and that's when he, seemed to get angry or annoyed. and told me to just stand there. and be quiet. he exposed himself. and he, he, basically pleasured himself. and when he finished i said to him, are we done here, can i leave? he said, yes, let's both leave. and he walked me back through the kitchen. that's where i met up with a friend. and i got out of there. >> if he is listening right now, what would you want to say to
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for 27 years, the hubble space telescope has been peering into the heart of the universe. sending back remarkable images from across space and time. the hubble has been constantly upgraded and some of its most dramatic discoveries are brand new. bill whitaker has a look for 60 minutes. nasa celebrates hubble's birthday each year by giving us a gift. a new breathtaking view of our universe. the latest birthday card, this elegant swirl of galaxies dancing in tandem deep in space. last year, this bubble of stellar gasses, floating among the
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fish. hubble has shown us radiant rose shaped galaxies stretching across deep space. and dramatic towering cloud of gas teeming with the stuff of creation. stars are born here. year after year in the infinite black canvas overhead, hubble paints an ever-expanding picture of the universe. an awe inspiring light show for us to admire and for sigh yen tti scientists stew stu s to study. >> most transformative says nasa astro physicist, amber strahn, hubble keeps keeps improving our understanding of the universe. she showed us what hubble discovered. staring for days in what seemed to be empty black patch. a deep, dark void in outer space. >> the original hubble deep field its located. just above the
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farther of the sky most people are familiar with. a blank piece of sky. >> nothing in here. dark ng darkness. >> nothing. complete darkness. when we look with hubble. we see thousand of galaxies. >> not just stars. galaxies outinside it of our own. something we never imagined. >> is it that hubble stares into the dark spot. light penetrates and reveals it self. >> exactly what happens. some times, many, many days of just staring that one part of the sky. allowing the foe tons to collect on your detector. >> this is what is revealed. >> hubble was just warming up. that was 22 years ago. since then, hubble stared deeper and long near space. with enhanced equipment. >> this particular image there are 10,000 galaxies. so every single point of light is an individual galaxy. an island universe. this is a real visualization of
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sort of like. >> 3 d. like we are flying through. we can make these images 3 d. we know how far away the galaxies are. what hubble is essentially given us is the size of the universe. how hubble tault us thght us th universe is filled with galaxies. >> now the latest analysis of hubble's data reveals there could be more than two trillion galaxies. typical galaxies like the milky way have 100 billion stars. that means the number of stars or suns out there is two followed by 230st. that is called 200 sextillion. to get a sense how many stars that is, we went to adam reece who won a nobel prize for work on hubble. >> this is more stars in the visible universe than grains of sand on the beach. >> on earth. >> all the
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>> hubble has shown us this? >> it has the. in many cases it has the allowed us to see what some of the distant galaxies look like and how many stars were in them and been able to add it all up. >> hubble has been called a time machine. that it, that it looks back in time. what has been the most astounding part of that for you? >> i study explosions of stars, super novi. fireworks, visible short period of time. in this case, a few weeks. that light has been traveling to us, for 10 billion years. began its journey when the earth wasn't here. over those 10 billion years our planet formed. life developed. we built a hubble space telescope. opened the aperture door. in the last 1/1 billionth that the light made we own the door in time to catch it. >> hubble almost didn't catch
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first pictures it sent back were plury. because the of a microscopic flaw in the mirror. they launched a daring mission to fix: >> whoo. >> astronauts have made five trips to hubble to repair and upgrade equipment. john grunsfield, the hubble repair man, flew three of the missions to a kel orbiting 300 miles above earth. >> just about anything that we can easily change and upgrade and fix has been fixed. >> the works of the telescope all has been transformed. >> it is like a new telescope. >> last mission. wum out of the air lock. you have this big smile on your face. >> i thought, you know i can't iffage in anywhere i would rather be than outside the space shuttle in my suit, next to the hubble telescop
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>> hubble changed what we know about the universe. its structure, evolution. its age. 13.8 billion years. hubble showed us marvel and majesty of the stars being born. >> a region of gas, dust, turning into baby stashes. not only stars, bus baby planet systems. >> most of the stars have planets. >> most stars actually do have plan else. when i was a kid we knew the planets inside our solar system now. we know the planets are everywhere. >> astronomer heidi hamil specializes with hubble's work ininside it the stole lar system. seesaw it slam into jupiter. creating giant if pacts. >> when i first heard that a comment was going to hit jum ter. my reaction was, so
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jupiter is huge. comets are small. when i saw the first impact site and it was huge, and, dark, i was flabbergasted. this its where the comet has smacked into the planet at such a high velocity. it's skautzed an explosion, the equivalent of many, many millions of bombs. i would have been shoem. earth its the size of if this happened on earth we're gone. a biosphere changing ee fent. which means we would be gone. >> you can see the full report on our website. cbs news,.com. theover will be right back. recommended dulcolax. use dulcolax tablets for gentle dependable relief. suppositories for relief in minutes. and dulcoease for comfortable relief of hard stools. dulcolax. designed for dependable relief. mom i dropped my ball. got it. ewwww
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ambitious plan to become the cleanest energy city in the world. danish architecture has long been renowned the world over for iconic buildings like, the sydney opera house, and la grand are. in paris. >> for the kids stand and look at the panel. this is how the works. >> today's architects like max are designing with a higher purpose. he was the lead architect of the copenhagen international school. >> essentially a solar power plant. >> it is. we have 12,000 square meters of solar panels here. >> blue glass panels which vary in hugh depending on exposure to light, provide half of all the power. >> denmark its beautiful. not the sunniest place in the world. what happens on a cloudy day? >> on a cloudy day it produces less. however weave have been monitoring we are on track in terms of numbers we set up of course. >> reporter: and copenhagen is on track
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becoming the first carbon new fral city in the world producing as much energy all of it clean as the it consumes, by the year 2025. >> we are currently investing just abound a billion dollars in wind turbines in and around koeppen haegen. in the future. heat. and a lot of trees. >> morton cabel its mayor technical affairs. >> i ride my bike. never owned a car. for many, coming to copenhagen. a surprise new notice that bikes, have right of the way. >> today, 62% of commuters here book to work. a movement that began during thenar jeep crisis of the 1970s. >> gasoline is so expensive. we had all the rules that emphasize, cycling. >> architect, camilla, says creating a cleaner city has helped create more people. >> well are greg by 1,000 peo
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every month. >> people having more kids. >> staying in the city. >> her firm, gail architects helped make new york's time square, pedestrian friendly. designed a network of bike lines to out the city. >> they did a study looking at overall health of people, cycling in the city. found women are less likely to cycle if you have to wear helmet. they improved it. by not make the helmets mandatory. >> the tax on a car here can be as much as 150% of the sales price of the car. >> yes. >> one of the side effects is that our collective car mass its older. older cars emit more. >> minor speed bump on copenhag copenhagen's rise into city. based on its neighborhood. >> w
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infuse into this sort of modern form of architecture. an element, socially, environmentally active. >> he has the moved mountains into copenhagen's flat land skype. the tower has a grass rooftop and bike trails that lead to the topt. coming soon. denmark's first alpine ski run, built atop a power plant. yes, the plant it says is carbon neutral. >> green technology not only good for the birds. amazing for sit renz. because now probably the coolest part in copenhagen its the roof of our power planned. >> engels says that claen as mountain air. >> are danes raised with a consciousness about the climate. and about h
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>> danes are not born with that. we have a culture where we look to be practical.
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tires are fresh in las vegas. scene of the worst mass shooting in modern american history. could take years for the city to wash away the stain of that murderous night. a group of people trying to change the image and keep the tourists coming. >> we need to know about your trip to vegas. >> over the years the commercials have been hard to miss. with the famous tag line, what happens here, stays here. las vegas biltz itself as a playground. but after happened last sunday. advertising for las vegas had to chan
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add agency behind the sex sex to pull all those adds all the way. >> tonality. people are in con next. people are in grieve. they're now in knock. they have to determine what message should send to the world. >> our message was that las vegas needs to take care of what happened. >> the president of the laynce las vegas convention and says tore north. it became here at the attack. because the support. >> customers talk to us. social media started saying "vegas strong. it just is mating with all of us. >> yeah, when things get dark. >> unique doll house remembers to toty, trying to what what happened into word. >> it is hard to sort of separate human emotion from it. some of the kids that
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describe. where we'll have fans, we try, we have to. awe this ad is voiced by andre agassi, a nay tich of los angeles. >> strength is, our promise for tomorrow. >> this one. silent. powerful. pointing out what happened here is not going to stop us. >> what do you want the world to know about las vegas today? >> that we are strong. that we will, we will get through this as a community. >> the most successful scam feign in the travel in dus treef. it will be back. >> but not until those affected by what happened here, begin to haem. carter evans, cbs news, los angeles. that's the "overnight news" for this tuesday. for some of you the news continues. for nuts. check back later with the morning news and of course, from the broadcast center in new york
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fleeing the flames. tens of thousand of californians are forced to evacuate. as wildfires destroy hundreds of homes and threaten many more. this is the stuff you have nightmares about. >> this is the stuff you have nightmares about. >> also tonight -- >> this is how you get to the front line at break neck speed to avoid isis snipers. >> an american enlists in the war against isis. mike hogan from phoenix, arizona who was a waiter before he came here six months ago. >> a chinese farm product that needs plenty of sun but not a drop of water. ♪ i've been taking my time
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chord with people in crisis. >> it was so moving. it was very powerful. ♪ ♪ >> announcer: this is the cbs "overnight news." much of california is on fire or at risk of going up in flames. red flag warnings meaning conditions are ripe for wildfires, are up all over the state. more than 20 major fires are burning. 15 started in just the past 24 hours. and they are moving quickly. fueled by strong winds. they have already burned more than 70,000 acres. destroyed 1500 homes and commercial buildings and forced 20,000 people to evacuate. the fires are blamed for at least one death. here is mireya villarreal. >> reporter: in southern california, this afternoon, several hillside homes went up in flames.
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winds. firefighters are making a desperate stand to save others that are burning. it its just one of several wildfires that is overwhelming the state. the worst in northern california's wine country which broke out late last night. home after home completely engulfed. some burning to the ground before firefighters could even arrive. >> i just saw flames all up on the hill behind my house. >> reporter: the fire was fanned by nearly 50 mile per hour winds and raged through several towns in napa and sonoma counties. well after midnight when many homeowners got the urgent call. they had just minutes to get out. >> i want to evacuate. >> patients from two hospitals were evacuated. this is what she saw when she fled her home. >> this is my neighborhood in flames. completely in flames. >> by day break, the extent of the damage became painfully clear. entire neighborhoods overrun. little left but the smoldering remains of hundreds of homes.
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rubble. today, as the fire kept growing, threatened even more communities, residents like david ramirez tried to salvage what he could seconds after he fled his home caught fire. yet another total loss. several homes and businesses are on fire right now in the santa rosa area. trying to get to a neighborhood. turned the corner. saw this building on fire behind us. couple guys walking down the street trying to put it out with extinguishers. i asked a fire fighter who had trucks why there weren't water on scene to put this out. right now with their resources, it's risk versus reward. >> dangerous situation. mireya villarreal, thank you. in las vegas people who survived the massacre began retrieving the personal items they dropped as they ran for their lives. the sheriff gave us an update, that left 58 dead and nearly 500 >> reporter: the las vegas sheriff said that the shooter shot the security guard before he started a
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>> stephen paddock can be seen at the cosmopolitan hotel where he slipped, fell, and filed a lawsuit against the hotel. for the first time, we hear the gunman in his own words in a deposition obtained by cnn. paddock said he gambled all night and slept all day. some times wagering up to $1 million a night at various nevada casinos. he took valium for anxiety. at one point he calls himself the biggest video poker plater in the world. the 64-year-old gun haan described as quirky and a narcissist. officials say he meticulously planned the shooting. on 60 minutes. the are gent, and officer david newton, and matthew donaldson were first on the 32nd floor using the stairwell. >> he screwed shut the door with metal and screws in the stairwell to the hallway by his door. >> he knew we would be coming out the door to gain entry into his door. he tried to barricade it best he could.
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enforcement sources are looking into whether paddock practiced shooting two days before the attack at an informal shooting site near mesquite nevada. elaine, 90 minutes from las vegas. >> thank you. president trump's failed campaign to repeal and replace obama care has shown he can't afford to lose a single republican vote if he its how to get his agenda through congress. but that didn't stop him from picking a fight with a key member of his own party. here is margaret brennan. >> a great friend of mine, senator bob corker. >> reporter: president trump and tennessee senator bob corker
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were once on friendlier terms. yesterday the president lashed out claiming the retiring senator had begged for his endorsement and did not have the guts to run for re-election. the president falsely said corker was responsible for the horrendous iran deal. corker shot back. it is a shame the white house has become an adult day-care center. someone obviously missed their shift this morning. that appeared to refer to chief of staff john kelly whom corker had praised. >> secretary tillerson, secretary mattis, chief of staff kelly are -- those people that help separate our country from chaos. >> feud comes as the the president is set to announce his iran strategy and will need the buy-in of corker, chairman of the senate foreign relations committee. in a phone interview late
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times," corker said mr. trump acts like he is on a reality show. >> we could be heading towards world war iii with the comments he is making. >> corker added the president urged him not to retire. the senator has criticized mr. trump before. particularly after he equivocated on white supremacist violence in charlottesville. >> the president has not yet been able to demonstrate the stability nor some of the confidence that he needs to demonstrate. >> reporter: the vice president defended president trump today against of what he called empty rhetoric and baseless attacks. but, elaine, the senate majority leader, mitch mcconnell struck a very different tone calling corker a valuable team member, who will be key in upcoming budget negotiations. >> margaret brennan. thank you. >> the cbs "overnight news" will be right back.
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the head of the environmental protection agency declared to day the war on coal is over. scott pruett told an audience in kentucky he plans to repeal an obama-area rule that limits carbon emissions from power plants that burn coal. china on the other hand is doing the opposite, ben tracy reports, coal is on the way out. solar power is coming in. >> reporter: on a farm in northern china they're planting a new crop. nearly 200,000 solar panels in the heart of coal country. in the south, china just flipped the switch on the world's largest floating solar installation. built on top of a lake, created by an abandoned coal line. projects like these help china double its solar capacity last year. it is now twice as big as the u.s. capacity. nearly half of all new solar installaon
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they're doing it quickly. green peace says they're installing equivalent of a soccer field full of solar panels every hour of every day. >> we have 28 solar power plants in operation in china. and, three more are under construction. >> maggie chao is executive president of panda green energy it installed enough solar panels to power 40 million homes. >> why are you build sowing many solar farms? >> we intend to bring a better future to our next generations. by using such clean energy, reducing the air pollution that is, the company's mission. >> it is also the government's mission. it is spending hundreds of billions of dollars to subsidize renewable energy as china tries
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to wean itself off coal. still, it is dominant power source. and the reason for its notoriously toxic air. but china now produces 2/3 of the world's solar panels has bond a major competitor for the u.s. solar industry which employs quarter million american workers. ben tracy, cbs news, datong, china. >> one of the most talked about plays during sun day's football was sent in by president trump and executed by his vice president. the president says he asked mike pence to leave the colts' 49ers game in indianapolis if any players needle during the national anthem. they did. and he did. here is julianna goldman. >> reporter: more than a dozen san francisco 49ers again took a knee. prompting vice president mike pence to leave after the national antm
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prepared graphics like this. i stand with president trump. i stand with our soldiers. and i will always stand for our flag and our national anthem. simultaneously, the president was tweeting, that he asked mr. pence to leave, if any players kneeled. but there was hardly an if yesterday. nfl players protesting racial injustice taking a knee religion nated with the 49ers former quarterback, colin kaepernick. press traveling with the vice president were kept in vans instead of accompanying him into the game as the they normally would have if he were planning to stay. >> it appears that the entire trip to attend the game was designed in order for vice president pence to walk out. >> critics like john wonderlick say taxpayers bore the cost including $120,000 for air force 2. las vegas to indianapolis, to los angeles. but that is only a fraction. secret service agents swept everyone at the stadium with magnetometers. advance teams needed hotel rooms and transportation. >> when there are issues in the country going on, so serious,
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and public funds to be used to weigh in on the actions of the private citizens in the nfl. >> we spoke to one republican involved in past presidential travel who said this likely cost more than a million dollars. the white house says mr. pence had been planning to go to game for week. and claimed he actually saved flying costs by not going back to d.c. between las vegas and l.a. elaine. >> thank you. >> u.s. backed force maze be days away from victory in racka. the syrian city that isis considers its capital. the terror group once ruled over large portions of iraq and syria. the areas in green. after a three years of fierce battles, isis control has dwindled to the areas in red. holly williams got a rare look inside raqqa.
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>> reporter: the body of five soldiers rot in the desert heat killed a week ago according to militia men. one still wearing a suicide belt. the stench of death is everywhere in raqqa and so is fear. this hoitz you get to the front line. at break neck speed, to avoid isis snipers. there its the thud of u.s. coalition air strikes. but we saw only sporadic fighting because isis with as few as 250 fighters remaining in the city is pinned down. >> we are about, less than 100 yards from the hospital. >> they're in what is left of main hospital and buildings close by. they have human shields. in this broken city, it's thought are still around 2,000 civilians. america's allies are out for revenge. many have lost family members to isis. with them an american volunteer. mike hogan from phoenix, ariza,
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>> have you killed any isis fighters during the action that you have seen? >> no. between you and me, i am hoping to. i have had friend die here. i want to get even before i get out of here. >> they have already retaken clock tower circle. where isis acted out its perverted interpretation of islam. this place used to be a landmark in a peaceful city. then isis turned it into a killing field. a taxi driver who escaped from the city. he told us about the women, a religious minority captured by isis as sex slaves and auctioned off in the middle of the city. they would shout $100 for this one. they did tight terrify us.
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to show they could do it to us. if we didn't obey them. there have been 75 air strikes, providing the ground for a final assault on raqqa. elaine. >> holly williams in syria tonight. holly, thanks. coming up next, once his biggest supporters, hollywood stars are condemning harvey weinstein.
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>> a chorus of hollywood stars denounced harvey weinstein, fired by the studio he co-founded after being accused of decades of sexual harassment. meryl streep called his alleged behavior, inexcusable. glen close said he has angry and darkly sad. dame judi department. -- dench found it horrifying. all had no idea. the details are graphic. >> here i was a young, local news anchor kind of desperate to be taken seriously at the time. >> good evening, everyone. 7:00. >> in 2007, 28 your old, lauren savon was working on long island when she had a chance encounter
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with harvey weinstein at a dinner party. he asked me what i did? >> that night, weinstein asked her if she wanted to tour his new york sitty restaurant. she agreed. >> you know he was so warm, friendly, complimentary. i didn't get anything that read he was dangerous until we got downstairs. >> what happened? >> he tried to kiss me. and i, i pushed him off. politely. and that's when he, seemed to get angry or annoyed. and told me to just stand there. and be quiet. he exposed himself. and he, he, basically pleasured himself. and when he finished i said to him, are we done here, can i leave? he said, yes, let's both leave. and he walked me back through the kitchen. that's where i met up with a friend. and i got out of there. >> if he is listening right now, what would you want to t
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him today? >> i hope that he knows that you cannot go around treating women the way you did for as long as you did. and never pay a price for it. you know? you reap what you sow. >> we reached out to weinstein's attorney multiple times have not heard back. she says the last time she heard from weinstein was the day after the dinner party. she claims he called the tv station, asked her out on a date. and elaine says she declined. >> disturbing allegation. jericka duncan. thank you. >> coming up next, one mrs. trump versus three mrs. trump. this has to be a first. couple of firsts. a first lady feuding with a first wife. it started when ivana trupp jokingly referred to herself as first lady. melania took that as a shot from a first wives club. she put out a statement calling ivana's remark, self serving noise. that's two hits. two misses, if you're scoring. get it? up next, a phone number and hit song inspiring folks to call it. we end with a song's rise to the top of the charts, unlikely, bah the lyrics include i just want to die today. what it takes to protect. want in on the secret take the olay 28 day challenge.
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>> a a first, first lady feuding with a first wife. it started when ivanka thought of herself as a first lady. melania pouflt a statement calling ivan's remark. self zeserving. >> if you are scoring. >> and the hit song that is inspiring folks.
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we end with a song's rise to the top of the charts, unlikely, bah the lyrics include i just want to die today. i just went to die. don't let it fool you, it is really a song about hope. here is michelle miller. >> i've been running low, taking my time. i feel like i'm out f my mind. i feel like my life ain't mine. >> reporter: a song about a desperate caller contemplating suicide. is resonating with millions of listeners. and saving lives.
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title, 1-800-273-8255 is the phone number for national suicide prevention lifeline. >> this is about so much more than, than entertainment. >> logic, rapper and songwriter from maryland came up with the single's concept. a person in despair reaching out to the hotline for help. in an upcoming segment for cbs sunday morning, logic told us he never thought about committing suicide but he has experienced firsthand what it is look to feel hopeless. >> you said that you struggled with anxiety.
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>> yeah, for sure. 100%. in the worst place in my life. i was happily married and yet i was unhappy. >> suicide prevention center crisis line. >> since the release in april, calls are up 33% at crisis hot line senters around the country. john draper. >> if you show people positively coping through suicidal moments. research shows that can save lives and reduce the suicide rate. >> life line's call volume soared even higher after logic's recent perform at the mtv music awards. he shared the stage with dozens of people personally affected by suicide. rosie chin was among them. chin's ex-boyfriend committed suicide two years ago. and she struggled with thoughts of taking her own life. >> it was so moving. it was very powerful. i just couldn't stop crying. >> i just wanted them to know they really weren't alone. ♪ i finally want to be alive >> michelle miller, cbs news, los angeles. that's the "overnight news" for this tuesday. for some of you the news continues. for others, check back a little later for the morning news and cbs this morning. from the broadcast center in new york city i'm elaine quijano.
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thank you for watching. high, welcome to the "overnight news." hi, everyone, welcome to the "overnight news". i'm demarco morgan. california wine country ablaze this morning. more than a dozen wildfires are burning out of control. and dozen of counties. napa, sonoma. hundreds of homes have been destroyed. and many forced to flee the flames. mireya villarreal is there. >> reporter: in southern california, this afternoon. several hillside homes went up in flames. firefighters making a stand to save others burning. the worst in northern california wine country. breck out last night.
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home after home, come letly engulfed. i just saw flames on the hill behind my house. fanned by 50 mile per hour winds and raged through several towns in napa and sonoma counties. well after midnight when many homeowners got the urgent call. they had minutes to get out. patients from two hospitals were evacuated as flames grew close. this is what alyssa gorman saw. this is my neighborhood in flames. completely in flames. >> by daybreak, the extent of the damage became painfully clear. entire neighborhoods overrun. little left but the smoldering remains of hundreds of homes. block after block reduced to rubble. today, as the fire kept growing, threatened even more communities, residents like david ramirez tried to salvage what he could seconds after he fled his home caught fire. yet another total loss. several homes and businesses are on fire right now in the santa rosa area. trying to get to a neighborhood. turned the corner. saw this building on fire behind us. couple guys walking down the street trying to put it out with extinguishers. i asked a fire fighter who had trucks why there weren't water on scene to put this out. right now with their resources, it's risk versus reward. co> president trump made a
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members of his own party. now one powerful senator is fighting back. bob corker of tennessee says the president turned the white house into an adult day-care center and that his recklessness put the united states "on the path to world war iii" margaret brennan has the story. >> a great friend of mine, senator bob corker. >> reporter: president trump and tennessee senator bob corker were once on friendlier terms. yesterday the president lashed out claiming the retiring senator had begged for his endorsement and did not have the guts to run for re-election. the president falsely said corker was responsible for the horrendous iran deal. corker shot back. it is a shame the white house has become an adult day-care center. someone obviously missed their shift this morning. that appeared to refer to chief of staff john kelly whom corker had praised. >> secretary tillerson, secretary mattis, chief of staff
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help separate our country from chaos. >> feud comes as the the president is set to announce his iran strategy and will need the buy-in of corker, chairman of the senate foreign relations committee. in a phone interview late yesterday with "the new york times," corker said mr. trump acts like he is on a reality show. >> we could be heading towards world war iii with the comments he is making. >> corker added the president urged him not to retire. the senator has criticized mr. trump before. particularly after he equivocated on white supremacist violence in charlottesville. >> the president has not yet been able to demonstrate the stability nor some of the confidence that he needs to demonstrate. overseas, u.s. backed fighters are waiting to make the final assault on raqqa. after months of fight, raqqa is all but destroyed. with gunmen holding out amid the rubble. holly williams reports from syria. >> reporter: the body of five
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the senator criticized mr. trump before, particularly after he equivocated on white supremacist violence in charlottesville. the president has the not been able to demonstrate the confidence that he needs to demonstrate. >> overseas, u.s. backed fighters in syria are just waiting for the orders to make a final assault in raqqa. the self preclaimed capital. after months of fighting, raqqa is all but destroyed. a few isis gunmen in the rubble. holly williams reports from syria. >> reporter: the body of five soldiers rot in the desert heat killed a week ago according to militia men. one still wearing a suicide
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the stench of death is everywhere in raqqa and so is fear. this is how you get to the front line. at break neck speed, to avoid isis snipers. there is the thud of u.s. coalition air strikes. but we saw only sporadic fighting because isis with as few as 250 fighters remaining in the city is pinned down. >> we are about, less than 100 yards from the hospital. >> they're in what is left of main hospital and buildings close by. they have human shields. in this broken city, it's thought are still around 2,000 civilians. america's allies are out for revenge. many have lost family members to isis. with them an american volunteer.
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arizona, a waiter before he came here six months ago. >> have you killed any isis fighters during the action that you have seen? >> no. between you and me, i am hoping to. i have had friend die here. i want to get even before i get out of here. there have been 75 coalition air strikes in the last two days alone. preparing the ground for a final assault on raqqa. awe off the fall of harry weinstein is complete. fired from the company he co-founded. amid sexual abuse allegations dating back decades. jericka duncan has the latest. >> here i was a young, local news anchor kind of desperate to be taken seriously at the time. >> good evening, everyone. 7:00. >> in 2007, 28 your old, lauren savon was working on long island when she had a chance encounter with harvey weinstein at a dinner party.
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he asked me what i did? >> that night, weinstein asked her if she wanted to tour his new york city restaurant. she agreed. >> you know he was so warm, friendly, complimentary. i didn't get anything that read he was dangerous until we got downstairs. >> what happened? >> he tried to kiss me. and i, i pushed him off. politely. and that's when he, seemed to get angry or annoyed. and told me to just stand there. and be quiet. he exposed himself. and he, he, basically pleasured himself. and when he finished i said to him, are we done here, can i leave? he said, yes, let's both leave. and he walked me back through the kitchen. that's where i met up with a friend. and i got out of there. >> if he is listening right now, what would you want to say to him today? >> i hopat
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for 27 years, the hubble space telescope has been peering into the heart of the universe. sending back remarkable images from across space and time. the hubble has been constantly upgraded and some of its most dramatic discoveries are brand new. bill whitaker has a look for 60 minutes. nasa celebrates hubble's birthday each year by giving us a gift. a new breathtaking view of our universe. the latest birthday card, this elegant swirl of galaxies
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last year, this bubble of stellar gasses, floating among the stars, like the cosmic jelly fish. hubble has shown us radiant rose shaped galaxies stretching across deep space. and dramatic towering cloud of gas teeming with the stuff of creation. stars are born here. year after year in the infinite black canvas overhead, hubble paints an ever-expanding picture of the universe. an awe inspiring light show for us to admire and for sigh yen ti scientists to study. >> most transformative says nasa astro physicist, amber strahn, hubble keeps keeps improving our understanding of the universe. she showed us what hubble discovered. staring for days in what seemed to be empty black patch. a deep, dark void in outer space. >> the original hubble deep field its located. just above the big dipper. farther of the sky most people are familiar with. a blank piece of sky.
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>> nothing in here. darkness. >> nothing. complete darkness. when we look with hubble. we see thousand of galaxies. >> not just stars. galaxies outinside it of our own. something we never imagined. >> is it that hubble stares into the dark spot. light penetrates and reveals it self. >> exactly what happens. some times, many, many days of just staring that one part of the sky. allowing the foe tons to collect on your detector. >> this is what is revealed. >> hubble was just warming up. that was 22 years ago. since then, hubble stared deeper and long near space. with enhanced equipment. >> this particular image there are 10,000 galaxies. so every single point of light is an individual galaxy. an island universe. this is a real visualization of the distances of the galaxies. sort of like.
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we can make these images 3 d. we know how far away the galaxies are. what hubble is essentially given us is the size of the universe. how hubble taught us the universe is filled with galaxies. >> now the latest analysis of hubble's data reveals there could be more than two trillion galaxies. typical galaxies like the milky way have 100 billion stars. that means the number of stars or suns out there is two followed by 230st. that is called 200 sextillion. to get a sense how many stars that is, we went to adam reece who won a nobel prize for work on hubble. >> this is more stars in the visible universe than grains of sand on the beach. >> on earth. >> all the beaches on earth. >> hubble has shown us this?
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in many cases it has the allowed us to see what some of the distant galaxies look like and how many stars were in them and been able to add it all up. >> hubble has been called a time machine. that it, that it looks back in time. what has been the most astounding part of that for you? >> i study explosions of stars, super novi. fireworks, visible short period of time. in this case, a few weeks. that light has been traveling to us, for 10 billion years. began its journey when the earth wasn't here. over those 10 billion years our planet formed. life developed. we built a hubble space telescope. opened the aperture door. in the last 1/1 billionth that the light made we own the door in time to catch it. >> hubble almost didn't catch anything. first pictures it sent back were pl
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flaw in the mirror. they launched a daring mission to fix: >> whoo. >> astronauts have made five trips to hubble to repair and upgrade equipment. john grunsfield, the hubble repair man, flew three of the missions to a kel orbiting 300 miles above earth. >> just about anything that we can easily change and upgrade and fix has been fixed. >> the works of the telescope all has been transformed. >> it is like a new telescope. >> last mission. wum out of the air lock. you have this big smile on your face. >> i thought, you know i can't iffage in anywhere i would rather be than outside the space shuttle in my suit, next to the
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hubble telescope. i was just so happy. >> hubble changed what we know about the universe. its structure, evolution. its age. 13.8 billion years. hubble showed us marvel and majesty of the stars being born. >> a region of gas, dust, turning into baby stashes. not only stars, bus baby planet systems. >> most of the stars have planets. >> most stars actually do have plan else. when i was a kid we knew the planets inside our solar system now. we know the planets are everywhere. >> astronomer heidi hamil specializes with hubble's work ininside it the stole lar system. seesaw it slam into jupiter. creating giant if pacts. >> when i first heard that a comment was going to hit jum ter. my reaction was, so what. jupiter is huge. comets are small. when i saw the f i
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was flabbergasted. this its where the comet has smacked into the planet at such a high velocity. it's skautzed an explosion, the equivalent of many, many millions of bombs. i would have been shoem. earth its the size of if this happened on earth we're gone. which means we would be gone. >> you can see the full report on our website. cbs news,.com. i love you, droolius caesar, but sometimes you stink. febreze car vent clip cleans away odors for up to 30 days. because the things you love can stink.
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against limescale. so switch to lysol. what it takes to protect. scott pruett is canceling the clean power plan put in place bite obama administration. limits emissions from coal fired power plants in an effort to clean the air. many countries overseas are take the opposite approach. denmark for instance, capital copenhagen on course to become the first car been neutral city in the entire world. mo rocka play paid a visit. >> i'm outside the international school, latest architectural
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marvel to grace the beautiful city all part of copenhagen's ambitious plan to become the cleanest energy city in the world. danish architecture has long been renowned the world over for iconic buildings like, the sydney opera house, and la grand are. in paris. >> for the kids stand and look at the panel. this is how the works. >> today's architects like max are designing with a higher purpose. he was the lead architect of the copenhagen international school. >> essentially a solar power plant. >> it is. we have 12,000 square meters of solar panels here. >> blue glass panels which vary in hugh depending on exposure to light, provide half of all the power. >> denmark its beautiful. not the sunniest place in the world. what happens on a cloudy day? >> on a cloudy day it produces
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less. however weave have been monitoring we are on track in terms of numbers we set up of course. >> reporter: and copenhagen is on track to reach its goal of becoming the first carbon new fral city in the world producing as much energy all of it clean as the it consumes, by the year 2025. >> we are currently investing just abound a billion dollars in wind turbines in and around in the future. heat. and a lot of trees. >> morton cabel its mayor
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technical affairs. >> i ride my bike. never owned a car. for many, coming to copenhagen. a surprise new notice that bikes, have right of the way. >> today, 62% of commuters here book to work. a movement that began during thenar jeep crisis of the 1970s. >> gasoline is so expensive. we had all the rules that emphasize, cycling. >> architect, camilla, says creating a cleaner city has helped create more people. >> well are greg by 1,000 people every month. >> people having more kids. >> staying in the city. >> her firm, gail architects helped make new york's time square, pedestrian friendly. designed a network of bike lines to out the city. >> they did a study looking at overall health of people, cycling in the city. found women are less likely to cycle if you have to wear helmet. they improved it. by not make the helmets mandatory. >> the tax on a car here can be as much as 150% of the sales price of the car. >> yes. >> one of the side effects is that our collective car mass its older. older cars emit more. >> minor speed bump on copenhagen's rise into city. based on its neighborhood. >> what we fried how to do is infuse into this sort of modern form of architecture.
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an element, socially, environmentally active. >> he has the moved mountains into copenhagen's flat land skype. the tower has a grass rooftop and bike trails that lead to the topt. coming soon. denmark's first alpine ski run, built atop a power plant. yes, the plant it says is carbon neutral. >> green technology not only good for the birds. amazing for sit renz. because now probably the coolest part in copenhagen its the roof of our power planned. >> engels says that claen as mountain air. >> are danes raised with a consciousness about the climate. and about healthy children. >> danes are not born with that. we have a culture where we look to be practical. danes love being lazy.
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