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captioning funded by cbs it's monday, september 5th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." hermine moves further out to threat to the northeast coast. >> we didn't think it would be this bad with the waves being this, you know, tall. the final push toward the election and e-mail issues continue to haunt hillary clinton, as donald trump reaches out to african-american voters. and negotiations in china. the g20 summit wraps up as the u.s. pushes for an end to
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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. well, hermine is meandering off the mid-atlantic states, sparing the coast heavy rain this long holiday weekend, but creating dangerous rip currents and the potential for flood producing tidal surge. this morning, tropical storm warnings stretch from new york's long island to massachusetts. hena daniels is in point pleasant, new jersey. hena, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. many beaches across the northeast will remain closed today, including here at point pleasant, new jersey, while a dangerous storm surge isn't as bad as predicted earlier, beach corrosion, dangerous rip tides and flooding could still be a problem. hermine continued to whip up dangerous waves along the atlantic coast overnight, while lurking dangerously off the east coast. this video shows the storm's
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confining passengers to their cabins. as the storm churned offshore, many beach goers from virginia to the jersey shore were forced to stay out of the water. >> when you see the red flag, the red flag is a sign of danger so you have to take precautions. >> reporter: residents living along the water began pulling their boats in. others prepared for the worst. >> i locked everything up in the garage and packed up a bag and i'm ready. >> reporter: many beaches acss the concerns hermine could gain strength and trigger life threaten rip tides and flooding. with superstorm sandy still fresh on residents' minds, authorities say they are prepared to open shelters, if necessary. >> we have plenty of bottled water on hand and supplies on hand so our residents can take a nice warm shower, if need be. >> reporter: new jersey governor chris christie has declared a
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counties. >> i would hate to use the resources, but it would be much too late if the storm starts to track west. >> reporter: hermine could linger around the east coast for days before exiting out to sea by mid week. hermine, which hit florida as a hurricane last week, is blamed for two deaths down south. anne-marie? >> hena daniels in point pleasant, new jersey, thank you so much. hermine is expected to stall offshore for a few days. meteorologist pamela gardner of our boston station wbz i >> the storm will continue to push slowly north, northwest, and then linger to our south and west here. tuesday morning, 75 mile per hour wind and that is equal to hurricane strength. tuesday to thursday, the storm exits out to sea and then we are done with it, but prior to this, we could pick up some beneficial rain in southeastern massachusetts. 1 to 2 inches of rainfall, with the heaviest rain staying
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time right during labor day. we are also dealing with some intense wind gusts of 35 to 60 miles per hour all along the coast, primarily through tuesday morning with major erosion likely across the beaches. >> that was meteorologist pamela gardner from our boston station wbz. turning to campaign 2016 now. both hillary clinton and donald trump campaigned on ohio on this labor day. polls show clinton's e-mail scandal continues to weigh heavily on voters' minds, while donald trump is making a final push before the election. marlie hall reports. >> reporter: the latest cbs news ballots ground tracker poll shows hillary clinton leads donald trump 45% to 37% in pennsylvania, but trump's campaign says he can still win without the state in november. >> we are taking pennsylvania very seriously. we have several different paths to victory. >> reporter: in north carolina, our poll has clinton ahead of trump by four points. and the democratic presidential
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arizona. trump gave a major immigration speech there last week after visiting mexico. >> they don't know it yet, but they are going to pay for it. >> reporter: arizona senator jeff flake has refused to endorse trump and rebuked trump's hard line policy on illegal immigrants. . >> that's not clear at all. some people -- he said it was hardening and some sat soid softening. i say it was just co explanation about why she used a private server while she was secretary of state. 46% say the answers are getting less believable. >> she said, look. by using one device, i made a mistake. i apologize for it and i wouldn't do it again. >> reporter: voters head to the polls in 65 days. marlie hall, cbs news, new york. over the weekend, trump saw support from african-american voters. trump attended a service at great faith ministries in detroit. he called for a civil rights agenda, including the right to a
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coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk with mark leibovich, the chief national correspondent for "the new york times" magazine. north korea reportedly test-fired three ballistic missiles today. south korean officials say they launched from a region south of pyongyang and they flew 600 miles east before plunging into the sea. one landed about 260 miles from japan's main island. the launch came as the g20 in china. at the summit, president obama met privately with russian president vladimir putin today. the kremlin says the two discussed the crises in syria and ukraine. the white house is expected to release details later. the meeting came before the president leaves for laos on a trade mission. margaret brennan is traveling with the president at the g20 summit. >> reporter: u.s. official thought they would be announcing
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russia but there was a hitch. >> there still remains a couple of tough issues. >> reporter: russia had pulled back from their initial agreement with the u.s. and it would have ended syrian regime air attacks on civilians and enabled aid to flow into the besieged starving cities like alep aleppo. any alliance with russia would be extraordinary, given their propping up of syrian ass assad. mr. obama admitted that america now needs russia if it has any chance of ending the war that has killed 400,000 people and created 5 million refuges. >> if we don't get some of the buy-in from the russians of reducing the violence and easing the humanitarian crisis, it's difficult to see how we get to the next phase. >> reporter: vladimir putin and president obama may try to
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again. the trip got off to an awkward start after landing. chinese officials yelled at national security adviser susan rice and tried to block her from joining the president's motorcade, prompting the secret service to intervene. president obama downplayed the incident saying he understands how much strain countries are under when they have to host the u.s. president, given his sizeable security entourage. margaret brennan, cbs news, in china. over the weekend, investigators found the remains ofoy 11-year-old jacob wetterling was kidnapped near his home in central minnesota in 1989. sources telling cbs news long time suspect danny heinrich led an fbi team to the remains, not far from where the boy vanished, as part of an ongoing plea deal. heinrich was questioned in the disappearance, but he was never charged. neighbors say they are surprised. >> it's really shocking that something like this could happen
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>> following the discovery, jacob's mother tweeted, our family is drawing strength from all your love and support. we're struggling with words at this time. thank you for your hope. security will be tight tomorrow when classes resume at a school in duncan, south carolina. a student reported an online threat saying muslim and jewish students at burns high would be attacked. the threat reportedly included pictures of a person in a gas mask and a knife with a swastika on the handle. a crowd packed st. petersburg to hear pope francis proclaim mother teresa a saint. the pope yesterday said her work with india's poor. teresa was enshrined by the catholic church less than two decades after her death. coming up on the "morning news." earthquake emergency. dozens of wells in oklahoma are shut down following the latest in a growing number of quakes in
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37 waste water disposal wells will be shut down after an earthquake that rattled shelves and nerves in oklahoma. the 5.6 magnitude quake struck saturday in the state's north central section. most injuries -- no injuries were repord. to wells in oil and gas production. dale earnhardt jr. provided an update on his health and the libertarian presidential candidate received an endorsement. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. >> the richmond times dispatch of virginia endorsed gary johnson. the paper praised johnson's record in business and as a governor and called the major party candidates unacceptable. the times dispatch has endorsed only republican presidential
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a proposed oil pipeline in north dakota. protesters confronted workers saturday at a construction site. police say four private security guards and two guard dogs were hurt. tribal official say the construction destroyed an indian burial ground and a construction site. the news from dale earnhardt's brain injury. he has suffered concussion symptoms since a crash two months ago in a nascar race. >> i definitely don't belong in a race car today by any stretch of the imagination and i -- you know, you don't -- you don't know how long this process is going to take. >> the 41-year-old earnhardt will skip the rest of the nascar season but plans to return in 2017. the "los angeles times" speaks with cornell university's youngest student ever. jeremy schuller of texas is starting his freshman year at the ivy league school at the age of 12!
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i'm sure they are proud. and on this labor day, "usa today" explains just how the holiday got started. it's rooted in the nation's long and often violent fight for workplace rights. congress declared the holiday in 1894 after the settlement of a deadly railroad strike. still ahead, rising shipping costs. we will tell you which major delivery service plans to raise rates and when. i'm terrible at golf. he is. but i'd like to keep being terrible at golf
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. traders have the day off to celebrate labor day. meanwhile, we are getting the full picture of the financial impact of last month's computer outage at delta. carina mitchell reports. for the labor day holiday. on friday, wall street ended the trading week higher. the dow gained 72 points, while the nasdaq added 22. delta airlines says a computer outage last month cost the airline $100 million in lost revenue. the malfunction caused 2,300 of its flights to be cancelled. delta also reported passenger revenue for august fell by more than 9% compared to a year ago, in part, due to the outage. get ready to pay more for those packages to reach their
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daily ground and air service rates by an average of 4.9%. the higher prices go into effect september 26th. the company said also that higher freight rates will take effect september 19th. nearly 90 years after the launch of its first two perfumes, louis vuitton has seven new fragrances and floral scents had available in stores worldwide and cost $200 for more than 3 ounces. it's to attract more budget conscious shoppers to the luxury brand. that is your "moneywatch." for more, logon to cbsmoneywatch.com. in new york, i'm karina mitchell. samsung has stopped selling its new galaxy note 7 smartphone after some batteries caught fire or exploded. samsung released the device just weeks ago and has since confirmed 35 instances of the note 7 either catching fire or
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customers will get a replacement as early as this week. defending champ novak djokovic moved smoothly into the quarterfinals of the u.s. open but two-time winner rafael nadal will be a spectator. he lost yesterday to lucas pouille of france. singles finals will be next weekend. megan a women's soccer star solidarity with colin kaepernick. megan rapinoe kneeled during the national anthem. she called it a nod to the san francisco quarterbacks who won't stand up to protest racial injustice. still ahead, panda population. numbers for the giant panda rebound, while another species sees a sharp decline.
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the wildlife group wwf might need a new cover boy. giant pandas are off the endangered list. the international union for conservation of nature raised their status to vulnerable. the group credits aggressive preservation efforts. but the group says the largest endangered. africa's eastern gorilla population has declined 70% the last 14 years. it is seen as one step from extin extinction. a follow-up on the wisconsin girl and the teacher who shared the gift of life with her. the two are celebrating back to school week together.
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fuller. fuller is bouncing back after a transplant surgery in may. >> i got to run for the first time. i went swimming for the first time. i jumped and hopped in for the first time. >> fuller's classroom in her school in milwaukee is next to schmidt's. perfect. joining the military means being ready whenever duty calls and navy freshman malcolm perry proves he belongs. he was called from the stands saturday to play quarterback against visiting fordham. perry is the fourth stringer but he was needed due to injuries. the midshipmen won 52-16. it was supposed to be a five-year mission but "star trek" endures 50 years after its tv debut, and even though the original series ran just three years, people are still boldly going to movies and conventions. a spin-off series will launch this january on cbs all-access. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a preview of the fall movie season. i'm anne-marie green.
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here is another look at this morning's top stories. hermine has stalled a few hundred miles off the mid-atlantic coast, though, it's bearing much of the east coast rain this labor day, it's heavy surf and causing beach erosion. several popular beaches are closed, keeping swimmers and surfers out of the water. hermine is blamed for at least two deaths since it came ashore friday in florida. and president obama met privately with russian president vladimir putin today at the g20 economic summit in china. it comes after u.s. and russian officials failed to reach an agreement that would lead to a cease-fire in syria. on this labor day, we recognize the contributions of
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prosperity of this country. jill schlesinger looks at trends affecting older employees. >> reporter: as re prepare to celebrate labor day, it's worth noting that the u.s. work force is aging. nearly 9 million people over the age of 65 work either full or part-time. that is nearly 20% of the total number of older americans and 35% more than were working in the year 2000. while many of these people stay on the job to earn money, over a third say that they work because they enjoy what they do or want to stay involved. these folks may be on to something, because according to an oregon state university study, working past age 65 could lead to a longer life, while retiring early may be a risk factor for dying earlier. healthy adults who retired one year past age 65 had an 11% lower risk of death from all
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and health issues. even those who describe themselves as unhealthy were also likely to live longer if they kept working. don't fret if you still aren't on the clock. post retirement membership in social groups such as book clubs or social organizations is also linked to a longer life. for more on why working longer can provide great benefits, go to jillonmoney.com. an elk in minnesota found himself wrapped up in trouble. the animal got its antlers entangled in a tire swing and a log in a backyard on sunday. luckily, the homeowner was a veterinarian. she got the elk untangled and now they call her the elk whisperer. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," we talk with house minority leader nancy pelosi as congress returns to washington tomorrow.
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many anti-bacterial soaps. the story of a former soccer star who is facing brain surgery and her husband who missed the start of the nba season to support her. that is the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green.
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welcome to cbs4 morning news. we're putting the day. it's september 5th. i'm joel hilan. >> and i'm kelly werthmann. >> lauren is in the weather cent. 55 in denver and boulder and five # to start the day in greeley. 78 in burlington. 46 in avon and 63 in grand junction. we are looking at mostly sunny

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