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captioning funded by cbs it's thursday, november 2nd, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." the hunt is on for a killer in colorado. a gunman opens fire in a walmart, leaving three people dead. the man accused of running over and killing eight people in new york city allegedly planned the attack a year ago and was inspired by isis. now president trump is calling for the death penalty.
and the astros bring home a win for houston and a former usa gets a proposal of a lifetime from her baseball beau. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. a manhunt is under way this morning in colorado for a gunman who opened fire at a denver area walmart, killing three people. police released a security photograph of the suspect. he's a white male. he started shooting last evening. witnesses say he started firing at random with a handgun. >> i turned around and people were falling down. >> i immediately froze because i didn't know what to think or what was going on. i heard two more shots and i hit the ground because i didn't know if there was going to be bullets flying.
and i got up and ran as fast as i could. >> two more were wounded. other witnesses ran or hid. witnesses say the suspect left in a red mitsubishi. now to the truck rampage that killed eight people. the suspect is facing terrorist charges. sayfullo saipov and he wanted to hang an isis flag in his hospital room. they're questioning a frejd of saipov's. hena doba is here with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the fbi leased the name of the second person, mukhammadzoir kadirov. they believe
the suspect. they want to know if he played any role when the suspect crashed into the back of the school bus. ncc terrorist should get death penalty. that was a tweet by president trump. he appeared in court yesterday. >> we now have him charged with federal crimes of terrorism. >> reporter: saipov was wheeled in a wheelchair into kourtd. >> a search of a bag carried cell phones released thousands of pages and videos. >> reporter: they found a note with is la mick references. sources say he bragged aboutis
success. he chose halloween because he believed more people would be out and about. law enforcement is trying to determine how he became radicalized. >> i think we've developed a level of con activity of him as well as others. >> reporter: saipov said had he not ran into a school bus, his plan was to get to the brooklyn bridge and get more there. he wanted to put isis flags on his truck but decide not to, believing it would cause too much attention. the new york city police officer who shot saipov is being hailed as a hero but he doesn't think so. he and his partner raced to the site and saw a man waving guns and yelling. nash told him to drop the weapon and then fired. >> although i
doing our job like thousands of officers do every day, i understand the importance of yesterday's events and the role we played and i'm grateful for the recognition we have received. >> nash said this is why he became a police officer. saipov was actually carrying a pellet gun and paint ball gun and he was hollering god is great in arabic. saipov had been on the fbi's radar, but he's not someone investigators believe was capable of mass murder. authorities say he was inspired by isis videos and decided to use a trucks to carry out his attacks two months ago. h searched the internet for information on halloween in new york city and truck rentals. over the past few years isis has urged followers online to use vehicles to kill people. >> he appears to have followed almost exactly to a
instructions on how to carry out such an attack. >> prosecutors say saipov had hundreds of videos and also on his cell phone. we're also learning more about the victims in the attack. six of the killed were from overseas. michelle miller has more. >> reporter: cell phone video shows them on a care-free ride along the waterfront before they were mowed down. they were all successful businessmen, all graduates from 30 years ago. it was supposed to be the trip of the lifetime. the men wearing matching t-shirts with the word
which means free. also killed was 31-year-old a - ann-laure decadt. >> he had everything going for him. >> nice guy? >> james drake says his sun darrson was darren drake. the most innocent delicate kid in the world. he was a project manager. >> i'm not even angry. i'm not angry at all. hurt. i'm absolutely hurt. >> reporter: of the nine survivors, only three remain hospitalized. all here at new york presbyterian. michelle er
york. president trump is calling for the swift repeal of the program which allowed sayfullo saipov to enter the u.s. in 2010. >> the universal lottery sounds nice, sounds good. it's not good. we've been against it. >> it was approved in 1990 and signed into law by president george h.w. bush. he said he's open to sending saipov to the u.s. prison at guantanamo bay. ahead on "cbs this morning," we'll talk with john miller, the deputy commissioner in counterterrorism for the new york city police department about the investigation into the bike path attacks. and for the fourth time, the cia released a collection
capture osama bin laden. there is never-before-seen video of bin laden's son as an adult, home videos, and bin laden's 228-page handwritten journal. folks in houston are celebrating after the astros won the first world series in history after ending a 55-year doubt. >> they can do it. the houston astros with world champions. >> the astros beat them. he hit his fifth series home run, tying a record and had eight extra-base hits, the most ever in the world series. he was named series mvp. the dodgers fell short in their first series since 188.
back in houston fans took to the streets to celebrate. wearing "houston strong" logos on their jersey, playing for a city still recovering from hurricane harvey. they did it with a corps of young talent like herrera who celebrated a professional and personal milestone. he won the world series and the girl. >> you make me the happiest man in the world. will you marry me? >> oh, my god. >> will you marry me? >> correia said he had been thinking about proposing to his girlfriend for a month and thought this was the perfect time. a look at some of the ads posted by russia to meddle in the el
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next meeting in december. president trump is expected to announce jerome powell. here on wall street a mixed finish fir stocks. the dow gained 57 points. the s&p 500 finished 5 points higher and nasdaq finished 11 points higher. bitcoin prices have climbed roughly 550% year to date, but analysts warn investing in crypto-currency like bitcoin is highly speculative and the market is highly unregulated. some retail stores are getting a jump on the holidays. sears and kmart introduced a blowout sale. they claim it's to help shoppers avoid the black friday rush. the u.s. postal service is offering next day sunday deliveries this holiday season.
major u.s. cities. consumers can place online orders at participating stores on saturday for sunday delivery. this is to push into the parcel business as its first-class mail delivery is in decline. and if your starbucks cup has room. the cups have some red and green with outlines of holiday presence. they hope commerce will color the cup to represent what the holiday means to then. >> all right. diane king hall at the new york stock exchange. thanks a lot, diane. >> thank you. still ahead, a missing family is found. they were attacked by armed pirates in the amazon. food... and the pill that starts with f. farxiga, along with diet and exercise, helps lower blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes. lowering a1c by up to 1.2 points. do not take if allergic to farxiga.
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ever world series win. if yesterday was a little too chilly for you, expect warmer temperatures today. miri marshall has a first look at the forecast. >> good morning, larry and everyone. as you step outside, 40s and 50s out there. today we are heading to the 70s. you don't need the heaviest of jackets when you step out. this is the forecast for the kids heading out to the bus stop, 47 to 50. this afternoon they will say, mom, why did you send me with this jacket. 70 to 73 later on this afternoon. highs in the mid to low 70s today. a warm front will be approaching the area. it will feel like spring around here rather than fall. there are clouds this morning. the clouds break up by the afternoon. tomorrow as a cold front gets closer to the area, we will have a chance of showers. the best time will be after 3:00 tomorrow afternoon. you can see by 8:00 there are showers out there.
that means we could get rain during the friday night football games. be on the lookout for that. maybe bring the ponchos. 73 today. 76 friday and saturday down to 73 with a chance for showers. ellen? >> it doesn't get any better than that. beautiful. if you are heading out on the roads, we had an accident on route 1 southbound between calvert and route 410. it cleared about five minutes ago. a live look at the beltway in maryland, traffic is moving okay. you can count the cars there are so few of them. we have construction on route 193 between piney branch and the beltway. left lane is closed. i have seen off and on delays at 193. this afternoon, paul manafort and rick gates have court hearings. we don't know if they will show up or just their lawyers.
prosecutors want them monitored electronically. >> man no for the and gates pled not guilty to 12 counts including conspiracy. investigators say they have enough cash and overseas connections to make them flight risks. they are the first to face charges in the investigation of russian meddling in the 16 presidential election. a federal court in d.c. will hear arguments about the latest white house travel ban. three iranian organizations claim that the review of the u.s. refugee program is a step toward reinstating a ban on muslim travelers. he played the biggest game of his life then the biggest commitment. the astros short stop will have to wait a few months for his play-off ring. he
and she said yes. >> quit the kiss. >> wouldn't you. look at him. he is a catch for her. >> we will clip that picture and put that on facebook this morning. that's a quick look at what is going on. >> the news at 4:30 starts right now. how did he become radicalized. that's one of the questions they have about the terror suspect. we are getting close to the weekend. let's check in with miri marshall. >> every thursday there is a pattern between you and jan.
you get extra giddy. 43 in gaithersburg. manassas 47. temperatures in the 40s throughout most of the morning. 73 by 5:00 this afternoon. there are a few clouds out there but notice how the sun takes over by afternoon. the winds come in from the south at 8 miles per hour. we will top out around the 73- degree mark today. most areas in the mid-70s and we will keep that trend in force until tomorrow when a cold front comes in. most of today is clear. tomorrow showers start around 3:00 or later. that means showers for friday night football. over the next few days including the weekend the shower chances stick around. 63 saturday. sunday a high around 70. >> miri i noticed that pattern, too. i think more giddy on thursday di than friday. on 66 heading westbound at