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[ speaking foreign language ] sprk captioning funded by cbs it's monday, november 13th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." a magnitude 7.3 erik rocks the iran "iraq border kills hundreds and injuring more than 2,000. president trump meets with filipino president rodrigo duterte and avoids questions about their human rights record. and more and more doctors are saying good-bye to insurance and hello the a new modelha
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good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs headquarters in new york. i'm anne-marie green. this morning there's a search after a powerful earthquake hit the area last night. more than 300 people in both countries were killed. more than 2,800 people were in injured and most of the injuries were in iran. >> good morning, man re. the 7.3 magnitude quake was centered along the northern border between iran and iraq. magnitude 7 quakes are capable of widespread heavy damage. the worst damage seems to be in the mountains of western iran. the quake was so powerful it was felt as far west as the mediterranean coast. most of the victims are in a
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where the main hospital was severely damaged. some villages lost power and communications. now rescue efforts are being hampered by landslides. there is extensive damage on the iraqi side of the border as well. one health minister described the situation as very critical. now, following the main quake, at least 50 aftershocks have been reported. iraq sits on a fault line and is prone to frequent earthquakes. m anne-marie. >> thank you so much. there was another earthquake near the capital of san jose. power lines were locked down and rock slides are blocking some roads but no major structural damage. minutes later a powerful aftershock shook the area. this morning president tru
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stop of his five-nation tour. he wrapped up his meeting including the president of the philippines who's overseen a very controversial bloody war on drugs. steven portnoy reports from manila. >> reporter: protesters gathered in the streets burning signs of president trump while at times clashing with the police using water cannons. they met with world leaders at the southeastern asian summit. among the meetings, a controversial one with the host rodrigo duterte. they say he's behind the kill g killings of thousands of drug dealers and killers and he has praised his strategy. >> he
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handle it very well. >> the talk of the drug war came up briefly but mr. trump ignored questions about that. >> we've had a great relationship. it's been very successful. >> earlier in the day he met with his counterparts in japan and australia. he said the focus of the meeting was the same as the focus of his entire trip which he'll expound on wednesday at the white house. >> it will be very spefing as to trade and a lot of other things. >> he calls this a very fruitful trip. he boasts of sales for u.s. manufacturers. he appears to be countering nonbinding agreements for potential deals along with some signed contracts that had been previously announced. well, this morning three u.s. aircraft carriers are sailing off the eastern coast of south korea, part of a joint naval exercise described as a warning to north korea. the drill
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ronald reagan," the nimitz, and "theodore roosevelt" will continue until tomorrow. it's the biggest. roy moore refuses to step down. campaigning yesterday roy moore said the story in the "washington post" was a desperate attempt to stop his campaign. on saturday moore said the allegations are not true. >> in a desperate attempt to stop the political campaign of the united states senate, these attacks are completely false and untrue. >> moore calls the allegations fake news and says he plans to sue. the post story quoted four women by name and numerous other sources. hundreds marched in hollywood against sexual harassment. >> what
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justi justice! >> me too survivors joined the march. some had t-shirts with "me too" shirts. some said no more sexual abuse and rape is not a joke. the texas church where 26 people were gunned down opened for the first time since the massacre. it's now memorials who honor the victims. meanwhile hundreds attended an emotional service one week after the massacre. weijia jiang reports. >> reporter: crowds made their way. a week earlier the town saw the worst massacre. 26 men, women, and children were gunned down. they were remembered in a service in a tent. >> i know everyone who gave their life that day. some of them were my best friends and
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attendant was texas senator pomeroy. >> cornyn. >> i saw him standing there come forreting others and he lost his 14-year-old daughter. it's remarkable. >> reporter: the church itself had reopened sunday. the interior has been painted completely wheat, the victims are remembered by 26 chairs each with a rose on it. on sunday one visitor said he was there to celebrate the living as well as grieve the dead. >> they don't stand alone. something like this can tear one individual up but it doesn't tear up a family. it doesn't tear up the hole. that's why we're here.
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rest this weekend including four on sunday. funerals for the rest will take place throughout the week. weijia jiang, cbs news, washington. the memorial crosses for the victims of the las vegas concert shootings have been moved. the crosses were removed yesterday and will be displayed at a museum, part of a permanent collection. 58 people were killed when a gunman opened fire on concertgoers. ahead on the "cbs morning news," gymnast alley raisman talks openly about being abused. and the health crisis. this is the "cbs morning news." fear not fred, the front half washed his shirt with gain. and that smell puts the giddy in "giddy-up"!
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boat through an escape hatch as rescue crews arrived on the scene and no one was hurt on either boat. an olympic gymnast is opening up about being sexually abused. "the new york times" reports a massive security breach has shaken the national security agency to its core. a mysterious group called the shadow brokers has reportedly been releasing many of the hacking tools the u.s. uses to spy on other countries for more than a year. the breach is being called catastrophic. the government doesn't know if the secrets were leaked or if the nsa was hacked. reports u.s. olympic gymnast aly raisman talks about being abused. she said former u.s. gymnast
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doctor larry nassar sexually abused her. she was 13. other girls have said they were abused by that doctor. the z"the san diego union tribune" reports on a collapse of a platform that injured ten children. it collapsed saturday while dozens of people were on top. 21 children and two adults were taken to hospital with minor injuries. "the miami herald" reports on self-mutilation a. people with a history of drug abuse and alcohol abuse as well as self-mutilation, depression, and bipolar disorder can seek waivers to join the army. and variety
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. surveillance video might show a suspected thief shipping stolen photographs back to a museum. they were stolen and returned four days later. a video shows a young woman mailing them back in a large box. they're worth more than $100,000. on the "cbs moneywatch," uber hails down a big investor, and flying first class in your own suite. diane king hll is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, diane. >> good mornin
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investors here on wall street are waiting to see what the senate will do with the tax bill. so far the house committee opposed the bill from them. a quick check of markets. for the week, last week the dow lost 115 points, the s&p 500 fell 5 points, the nasdaq ended 14 points lower. uber agrees to a multi-billion dollar investment with a japanese company softbank. softbank wants to own at least 14% of the ride-hailing company. it also clears the way for uber to sell stock to the public. an initial ipo is expected before the end of 2019. the first big sale at the dubai show. they're being 40 american made boeing 787 dreamliners worth over $15 billion and a blow to rival airbus.
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meanwhile they unveiled private seats. they'll be fitted with a virtual window. they'll see the sky with a virtual camera. >> like a little apartment in the sky and it will probably cost that much too. >> exactly. if you can afford the high life, why not. >> why not. i'm jealous. still to come, the netflix of health care. we will show you how patients are using subscriptions to see doctors. can we do this tomorrow? (grunts of effort) can we do this tomorrow? if you have heart failure symptoms, your risk of hospitalization could increase, making tomorrow uncertain. but entresto is a medicine that was proven, in the largest heart failure study ever, to help more people stay alive and out of the hospital than a leading heart failure medicine. women who are pregnant must not take entresto. it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby.
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. an
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francisco 49ers receiver marquis good win in their win against the new york giants and a very emotional moment in the end zone after he scores. he knelt in prayer as his team surrounds him. he and his wife lost their baby boy earlier that day as he died prematurely. doctors are choosing not to take insurance and instead they're charging monthly fees to their patients. it's called direct primary care. kenneth craig has that story. >> reporter: chuck gulott. he pays a $60 membership fee. it's part of a new
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direct primary care. one of more than 700 nationwide. unlimited visits and urgent care are included. often doctors negotiate lab work and prescription drug prices at cost. >> the model works sort of like netflix. they can use the services here as often as they need to. >> patients like him are encouraged to carry a medical insurance plan for emergency types of things. she can spend more time with patients and less in red tape. >> i think the part that gets burned out is clicking boxes on the computer instead of looking at the patient's and talking. but critics are concerned that the shortage of primary care doctors will grow since these doctors see fewer payments. also high deductible plans leave specialists uncovered. >> that opens up a huge range of
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between the catastrophe and primary care. >> he comes every three months for his blood pressure and diabetes. >> hands-down it may be physically healthier and financially healthier. >> he's now saving about $1,300 a year. >> reporter: kenneth craig, cbs news, virginia. an unmanned cargo ship blasted off from the coast of virginia yesterday. >> and we have ignition. it's carrying supplies to those on the international space station. coming up on "cbs this morning," the new series, "my generation" about millennials. it looked at older and younger mill lennials about what unites them and what div
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killed at least 300 people. a suspect in critical condition after a prince georges county police officer shot him. it happened late last night in the 6200 block of newton street
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officers rushed there after reports of a man with a gun. now police shot that man. authorities are investigating what happened. a gun was later located at the scene. time right now 4: 26 getting you out the door and a yellow weather alert in progress and rain that's going to make things cool out there. >> yes that's right. good morning larry. good morning everyone. showers pushing across the area and good news is they are on their way out. the eastern half of our viewing area is still really seeing the bulk of the rain. washington d.c. up around the marlboro area and brown station road light showers pushing to your area and more headed your way if you are east of that. looking at more showers pushing to your area on top of the ones nah are already there. this is what we notice throughout the morning. still showers east of d.c. but the metro area getting a light shower out there.
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much a.m. showers lingering and 8 or 9:00 the showers tend to push out and later on this afternoon temperatures upper 40s to low 50s with the showers pushing out for your drive home looking better than coming in. >> as drivers are headed out not the best news but hopefully we make it through. a small one on the outer loop of the beltway they just moved it to the shoulder when you pass by georgia avenue so watch out on the top side of the beltway. gw parkway doing road work to the guardrail. construction blocking your left lane southbound by gw parkway between key bridge and also on 66 heading westbound we have construction out here too. fairfax county parkway they have a couple problems that are over on the side with the crews doing the work. >> ellen thank you so much. at least eight people living in a northwest washington home are recovering this morning after hi
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>> this is the second time something like this has happened in the next few days. thankfully they are going to be okay. >> dizziness. >> fatigue. >> clumsy. >> in this morning's case. >> symptoms were flu like. >> but it wasn't the flu. it was carbon monoxide poisoning an odorless colorless tasteless gas that can make you sick or even kill you. thankfully one person called 911 otherwise the fire department says this could sioux been worse. >> captain mark st. lawrence says that one person. >> made a good call that day. >> we know it's cold out and people are shutting their windows while sit using appliances and heat. when you don't get your appliances checked out regularly. >> they start to get build up and doesn't exhaust away. >> that's why the fire department wants everyone to have carbon monoxide detectors. they used to
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he tried it on me. >> your carbon monoxide reading is zero. >> less than six is considered good. where were sunday's patients? >> between 28 and 23. >> more than 20,000 people visit the emergency room for co poisoning about half of a packed nats park. more than 400 americans die each year from the same thing. >> it's dangerous for the neighborhood. >> his home was also checked. st. lawrence says inside this home they found a malfunctioning furnace in the basement. on u street northwest stephanie ramirez wusa 9. >> the other incident happened on thursday on 14th street northwest. the fire department had to evacuate a six story apartment building because of unsafe levels. we see this too often this time of year. >> that's a quick look at what's going on. >> the news at 4:
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right now. good morning everybody. thanks for joining us. i'm jan jeffcoat. >> i'm larry miller. hope your day starts off good this morning. it's going to be wet out there. mary has a first look at your week weather forecast. >> good morning. your drive is wet out there. 41 degrees cloudy with showers falling across the area. this is what we are looking at this morning. a bulk of the rain is shifting to the east, light showers to our west and moved up to the north. let's talk about where we are seeing rain around the area this morning. we do have showers across washington d.c. and some of our virginia suburbs. the rain is shifting out of virginia so you'll be one of the first people to get a break from showers relatively early. you do have a light shower there moving over to the east around the oakton area and fairfax and we also have showers over spring valley and georgetown moving towards howard university and the pentagon heading to those areas pretty soon


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