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? ? it's tuesday, september 13th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." their deplorable debate rages on trump would lift his voters to hammer hillary clinton after she slammed them as deplorable. >> i am probably a lot of things. deplorable is not one of them, i assure you. so, we are going to make america great again. and hillary needs to take a nap. new details on clinton's case of pneumonia, and a mea culpa emerges from her campaign. this morning, she's still sidelined.
>> is it possible she'll be away for weeks from the campaign trail? >> no. she'll be back in another day. >> more from charlie rose's interview with former president bill clinton. in a show of strength. america supersonic overhead after the north korea latest test. and colin kaepernick takes his protest into the first game of the n s opponents on the field become brothers in arms. ield become ield become brothers in arms. captioning funded by cbs 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, hillary clinton said she didn't disclose her pneumonia diagnosis because she didn't think it was that big of a deal. she said she never lost consciousness when she fell ill at a 9/11 memorial, her campaign says it will release more of her
denouncing clinton's charge that half of his supporters belong to a basket of deplorables. hena daniels is here with more. good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. donald trump used those remarks at a fund-raiser last week to call her an out of touch elitist that can't relate to the common man. meanwhile, the clinton campaign said they will release her public records but added that donald trump knows the least of any other candidate in u.s. history. hillary clinton is trying to set the record straight about he >> i just didn't think it was going to be that big of a deal. >> reporter: in a phone interview on cnn last night she said she felt dizzy and briefly lost her balance while she was leaving a 9/11 memorial service saturday. >> once i got in, one i could sit down, once i could cool down and once i had some water, i immediately started feeling better. >> reporter: the democratic
republicans and some democrats for failing to disclose the condition immediately after the diagnosis on friday. >> you've got a medical report on me that meets the same standards as mitt romney and barack obama. donald trump's doctor said he'd be the healthiest president in history. that's just not even serious. and i've released 40 years of tax returns he hasn't released one. >> reporter: instead of focusing on his health, donald trump rallied up supporters, reminding them that clinton referred to them as deplorable last week. >> these are not deplorable people i can tell you. >> reporter: the event was repeatedly interrupted by protesters who would escorted out. one protester was seen scuffling with at least three demonstrators including a woman. >> is there anyplace in america more fun to be than a trump rally, right? >> reporter: clinton and trump go head to head in their first presidential debate in less than two weeks. president obama and bill clinton
clinton on the campaign trail today. the president will be in philadelphia. the former president in california. both clinton and trump are expected to release more health records in coming days. anne-marie. >> hena daniels here in new york, thank you, hena. during our broadcast interview, trump's running mate ingovernor mike pence was given a chance to label david duke deplorable but he refused. >> donald trump has denounced da we don't want his support. >> do you call him deplorable? >> i'm not in the name calling business, wolf, you know me better than that. >> duke, a former imperial wizard of the ku klux klan is running for senator in louisiana. back to the interview with charlie rose, bill clinton told rose on the cbs broadcast that his wife is feeling stronger. >> she's doing fine. she was even better last night before she went to sleep.
>> is that what happened? she got dehydrated? >> yeah, yeah. >> when you look at that collapse, that video that was taken, you wonder if it's more serious than dehydration? >> she's been -- she's been to her doctor's rarely but on more than one occasion over the last many years, in talking to her, she just got severely dehydrated. she's worked like a demon as you know as secretary of state. and in the years since. >> but more importantly, she's on a grueling campaign. >> yeah. >> you know what that's like? >> i do. and she's older than you were when you ran. >> and she had 2 1/2 hard days before. and a day when she got dizzy. today, she made a decision which i think was correct. to cancel her campaign day. >> right. >> to take one more day to rest.
>> no, not a shot. she'll be back in another day. >> clinton also said that she was unaware of any instance in which a clinton foundation donor received special treatment from the state department when hillary clinton was secretary of state, the interview was conducted about the clinton foundation ahead of its final clinton global initiative conference. and we will have more of charlie rose's interview with bill clinton coming up on "cbs this morning." president obama faces the his presidency. the white house said yesterday mr. obama still plan to veto legislation, unanimously passed by congress but would what allow families of 9/11 victims to sue saudi arabia for any alleged involvement in the attack. the president had ten days to take action. the white house says the legislation would open the u.s. government to legal retaliation by foreign governments. well, the cease-fire in syria enters its second day, and
there have been some violations overnight. the deal was brokered by the u.s. and russia last week. the u.s.-backed rebel groups trying to topple syrian president bashar al assad. russia backed assad. humanitarian groups helped to deliver aid to some of the worse-hit areas like the city of aleppo. the united states is flexing its military muscle over south korea as a warning to north korea following its recent nuclear tests. two b-1 supersonic bombers capabling of caring nuclear weapons flew over the osan air base about 75 mile from the north korean border. the bombers returned to andersen air force base in guam without landing. flyovers like this are common as tensions rise in the south korean peninsula fighters accompanied the bombers. this morning, south korea said
the tests. the ncaa has pulled several championships from north carolina because of the state's controversial law some say discriminates against lgbt people and curtails civil rights since it was passed last march, the ncaa moved all games. includes in the ncaa events pulled from north carolina is the opening weekend of the men's basketball tournament. coming up on "cbth we will talk with ncaa president mark emmert. colin kaepernick took his protest into prime time and other players joined in. the san francisco quarterback and teammate eric reed knelt during the national anthem before last night's game. two other 49ers and two members of the visiting los angeles rams stood with raised fists before
kaepernick started the gesture last month to protest racial discrimination. well, coming up on the morning news, shocking revelations, soccer star abby wambach comes clean about alcohol and drug addiction. and caught on video, suspected arson at the mosque where the orlando shooter worshipped. this is the "cbs morning news." where the orlando shooter worshipped. this is the "cbs morning news." d to certain cancers? who knew my risk for hpv would increase as i got older? e helped protect me from hpv when i was 11 or 12, way before i would even be exposed to it? did you know, mom? dad? i was infected with hpv. maybe my parents didn't know how widespread hpv is. while hpv clears up for most, that wasn't the case for me. maybe they didn't know i would end up with cancer
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proof of the claim that he's given tens of millions of dollars of charity from his own pocket. a spokeswoman said the figure includes gifts from his foundation. the foundation is funned almost entirely by outside donors. bloomberg reports a congressman's demands for all files from the investigation of hillary clinton. republican jason chaffetz from utah filed a complaint yesterday on mrsto e-mail. but a democrat says the release of documents is restricted by the house intelligence committee, not the fbi. the orlando sentinel reports that an arsonist damaged the mosque where the pulse nightclub killer prayed. police say a suspect started the blaze early yesterday and fled on a motorcycle. the orlando gunman was known to worship at the ft. pierce
politico said that the that the officer involved in the garner death he's been on desk duty and his pay was steadily increased. garner was unarmed when the officer put him into a choke hold that led to his death. the indianapolis star reports that a fertility doctor is suspected of inseminating patients 50 times with his own sperm. 77-year-old donald kline is accused of lying about it and pleaded not guilty to obstruction of justice. tests on two children of clients showed a 99.9% chance that he's the father. >> associated press reports on abby wambach's admission about substance abuse. the former soccer star said she abused alcohol and prescription drugs for years. wambach said she was in denial until her arrest in april of driving under the influence. navy times reports that a
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the dow gained 239 points. the s&p rose 31. the nasdaq down 85 points. the samsung's stock went in the opposite direction. samsung's stock lost 7% of its value following the massive recall of the new galaxy 7 smartphone. the company found that the phone may explode as a result of a faulty battery. longer tweets are coming to twitter september 19th. back in may, twitter first announced it would cut down on what type of content counted for the 140-character limit. user name, images, videos will no longer count as characters. twitter said the extra room will go to the user's flexibility. facebook messenger users
credit card information has to already be handed over to facebook where messenger will be used for payments. and ford said it plans to introduce serve self-driving vehicles to shuttle workers around its michigan plant by 2018. ford has been testing self-driving vehicles for more than a decade. in august, the cars were available for ride sharing by 2021. anne-marie. >> jill er thank you so much, jill. still to come -- comic car crash. facebook makes a cheery slide show over a man's near fatal car accident. and it goes viral.
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samsung is replacing millions of new smartphones because the batteries can catch fire. but that battery type is used in many products. kris van cleave has more on the potential hazard. >> reporter: the faa has been concerned about the fire danger posed by lithium ion batteries for years. this video shows the impact of the a fire in a simulated cargo hold. the agency and airlines are now warning fliers not to use or charge the samsung galaxy 7 onboard an aircraft because of a fire risk linked to its batteries. lynn yom i lith yom lith yam ion batteries charge cell phones, laptops, tablets, even children's cars. . >> the more you put into a space the more likely bad will happen if it's operated incorrectly. >> reporter: princeton
dan steinguard studies lithium ion batteries. he said the danger comes when they're overcharged or overheat. >> it's like one firecracker surrounded by many other firecrackers, if a firecracker goes off it will trigger another one to go off pop, pop, pop. >> reporter: both lynn most lithium ion batteries are made in recalled hov boards often included cheaply made batteries that weren't designed for that kind of use that greatly increased the risk of overheating and fire. george crabtree is with the argonne national laboratory. >> the only warning sign is if they get too hot. if you happen to hold it in your pocket or hand, you'll notice that. the right thing is to turn the fire off. >> that was kris van cleave reporting.
backfires for a man over the weekend. using recent photos facebook splices moments into cheery slide shows. the trouble was the man who took these was documenting what he calls a near fatal car crash. the video has gotten more than 1 million views on youtube. i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news." 1 million vuns youtube. this is the "cbs morning news." relieve chest congestion with mucinex, and enjoy living well. (vo) stank face. an expression of disgust caused by inadequate litter tidy cats is the cure. tidylock protection, you won't have to face one more stank face. tidy cats. every home, every cat. there's a tidy cats for that. a box is where you keep things safe. who wants that? i'm moving forward.
3 million american kids play soccer. a new study found that injuries more than doubled between 1990 and 2014. ben tracy reports. >> reporter: every day, more than 300en soccer-related injuries. this new study spanning 25 years found the most common injuries are sprains, strains and fractures. boys are more likely to get broken bones and cuts. while girls have more knee and ankle issues. tracy meehan is a researcher at nation children's hospital. >> kids are playing more frequently than they used to.
reasons is players still developing brains. there have been more than a 1600% increase in the rate of soccer-related head injuries including concussions. the 15-year-old suffered a concussion last year after collides with another player. >> hid me in the head but i don't remember passing out but i don't remember much. >> reporter: the u.s. soccer federation now prohibits kids under 11 from using their heads to strike the ball. >> i think everybody is talking >> reporter: former national women's team champion brandi chastain wants u.s. soccer to go farther and not allow kids to head the ball until they turn 14. >> i think the toughest thing to do for a young person is to advocate for yourself. if you do hit the ball or fall down, maybe you don't feel right, how do you stand up to your coach and say i can't play when all of this inside of you is that competitor saying you you've got to go back on the
that concussions can have on kids long term. that's why partly we're seeing an increase in emergency room visits. ben tracy, cbs news, los angeles. here's another look at this morning's top stories. hillary clinton said she kept her pneumonia diagnosis private because she didn't think it would be that big of a deal. donald trump is focusing on clinton's characterization of some of his supporters as deplorable. he said his supporters are hard-working american patriots. and the ncaa seven championship events including men's basketball from north carolina. the move is the latest response to a state law some say discriminates against lgbt people and curtails rights. coming up on your local news on "cbs this morning," an exclusive interview with ncaa president mark emmert on moving championship events out of north
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this is the news at 4:30. >> thank you for joining us this morning. let's get to tuesday rolling here and get a check on the weather with lauren. good morning. >> good morning. we're off to a ch this tuesday morning. 20 degrees cooler in boulder and colorado springs and 11 degrees cooler in greeley thanks to the cold front yesterday. 50 at dia right now. 37 in leadville. 34 in avon. 62 in grand junction. fog this morning heading into the foothills. down to about 3-miles of visibility toward broomfield. 4-miles for boulder.