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a new cbs news poll shows hillary clinton pulling ahead of donald trump. we will talk with both campaign managers and preview tonight's vice presidential debate. only on "cbs this morning," undercover video exposes medicaid fraud and an investigation shows how your tax dollars could pay for care patients do not need.
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eye-opener, your world in 90 seconds. >> this is going to be bad. >> cuba, the bahamas and haiti all in the bullseye. >> a devastating hurricane pummels the caribbean. >> authorities bracing for a potential humanitarian disaster. >> and if it directly impacts florida, the destruction will be cat troughic. >> i legally used the to my benefit and my company. >> what kind of genius loses a billion in the first place. place? illinois suspended $30 billion in bank activity with wells fargo's phony account scandal. >> the russian government trying to end the war in syria. >> russia and the syrian regime have chosen to pursue a military course.
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forced the evacuation of a small could colorado community. >> ashes everywhere. >> a television cameraman is being hailed as a hero for rescuing a woman in a wreck. >> a bicyclist loses it. sorry, friend. >> touchdown, kyle rudolph. the vikings are 4-on. >> and "all that mattered" -- >> trump got io miss universe conference. >> while most of us sleeping trump was engaged in a twitter tirade. >> my favorite thing is hearing him say twitter tirade. >> a lot of people with loopholes. >> you know those poor people with their loopholes and don't get me started on the cunning homeless that found a way around
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>> announcer: this morning's yo "eye opener" is presented by toyota. toyota. let's go places. captioning funded by cbs it could bring as much as 40 inches of rain. >> the violent category 4 storm is headed for the bahamas, and north carolina and florida already declared states of emergency. mark is in kingston tracking the threat. >> reporter: good morning. apparently the bull's-eye.
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southwest haiti with force torrential rains and more than 10030-mile-per-hour winds slam into haiti. and more than 145-mile-per-hour winds slammed into haiti. across the i would in southern dominican republic, the deluge dropped sheets of rain. forcing cars to drive through floods. jamaica is also feeling the effect of matthew. this road was washed away in a mudslide. across the eastern coast o cuba, people were urged to head for higher ground. more than 300,000 people have reportedly been evacuated. >> you can expect to see impacts on florida beginning wednesday through saturday. >> reporter: florida governor rick scott is take nothing chances declaring a state of emergency. >> you must leave before it's too late. we can rebuild homes and
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emergency for 66ning is haiti, the island least equipped to withstand potential disaster. gayle. >> mark strassmann reporting from jamaica, thank you. a view from of the international space station s storm. dangerous winds expand hundreds of miles, yvette gonzalez is tracking the storm. >> good morning. matthew is headed towards the southwestern peninsula of haiti with torrential rainfall as well as the dominican republic and it's moving with
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to cross over cuba today. potentially a hurricane offshore or hugging the east coast of florida, as we head into thursday and friday. in fact, the southeast coast is included in that cone. in fact we could see a hurricane heading up through georgia through the weekend. at least that's what the computer models are indicating. a big shift and that west trend continues towards this morning. we're seeing the potential to if it's weaker it will move northward. stronger, it will track northwest. regardless, you need to be prepared and vigilant over the next few days. the election is just 35 days away. a cbs news poll shows hillary clinton pulling ahead of donald trump after their first debate. clinton leads trump by 4 points,
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major garrett at the tes. with mike pence, it's revelations of donald ump's taxing and whact republican meant yesterday that veterans suffering from posttraumatic stress may not be, quote, strong. >> reporter: donald trump made no apologies for claiming masses losses decades ago which may have shielded him from personal >> honestly, i have brilliantly used those laws. >> reporter: trump tried to brush off revelations his business has lost more than $900
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and blamed his company's financial problems on the 1990-91 recession. >> the conditions facing real estate developers in the early '90s were almost as bad as the great depression in 1929, and far worse than the great recession in 2008. >> reporter: according to the bureau of labor statistics, that recession in the early '90s was the most mild of the nine prior economic downturns since world war ii. >> the whole issue when i take over. >> reporter: trump also raised eyebrows with this comment when asked about care for veteran soldiers. >> when people come back from combat. they've seen something in this room many times over, you're strong and can handle, but you can't handle it. >> reporter: some criticized trump for referring to
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weakness. a founder of iraq and veterans of america tweeted, every national leader has a responsibility to use accurate and appropriate language when talking about mental health. and suicideespecialally. very trurump advdviser retired geneneral michael caine wrote t media continues to operate as a propaganda arm of hillary clinton as too words out of context in order to deceive voters. >> 67% of voters say hillary clinton has the right temperament to be president. 63% say she's prepared for the roll. other recent polls show clinton leads in the battleground states of florida, north carolina, pennsylvania and still trailing donald trump in ohio. nancy cordes is in farmville,
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go >> reporter: good morning, clinton enjoys a healthy lead here in virginia. she was in another battleground state, ohio, yesterday and argued that trump's tax history shows he's the pieepit me of a system he called rigged. >> what kind of a genius loses a billion dollars in the first place? >> reporter: in akron, ohio, clinton slammed trump's business deals as motive. >> he's advocating for huge tax cuts that would benefit he and his family even more. what's he want us to do to pay him to lose money? >> reporter: clinton capitalized on the news they've been advocating for month. >> i want a president who is proud of his country not a president proud of getting out of paying taxes. >> reporter: a poll says trump
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handling the economy than clinton. though she outbids him on immigration and foreign policy. campaigning for clinton in sarasota, florida, vice president biden criticized trump's comments about veterans and posttraumatic stress. >> he says, you're strong, you can handle it but a lot of people can't handle it. where in the hell is he from? >> reporter: the new poll shows women are key to latest surge. they favor her by 18 points. while men favor trump by 11. >> they wanted to fire her for putting on so much weight. and it is a beauty contest. >> reporter: and in the wake of trump's comments about a former miss universe, voters are far more likely to say clinton cares about the needs of women. >> he finds it a lot easier to insult women than talk to the president of mexico about building a wall.
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clinton's running mate tim kaine will try to force mike pence to either embrace or disavow some of trump's more controversial comments or proposal to try to show there's discord even in the trump campaign over some of the things he wants to do for the country. >> donald trump campaign manager kellyanne conway joins us. welcome. >> thank you. >> hillary clinton said what >> that from a woman that has never signed a paycheck for anyone. this provision of the tax code has been around since 1918. 400 years old. the year that donald trump accessed that particular provision, 1995, the irs reports that 500,000 people went ahead and did the same thing. this is what happens when businesses lose money. they carry it forward. in the case of donald trump you reinvest. >> my question is not the fact
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forward. but losing a billion dollars, what kind of a business jegeniu? >> he's being sarcastic. >> but she's not the only one asking that question. >> how did he lose $1 billion? >> we don't know. at the time, you know that real estate in 1995 leveraged companies. the fact is what did he do? the art of the comeback -- that's certainly a comeback now -- >> question, to ask you how did he come back after losing a billion dollars? >> look around new york and other cities, you see the fruits of donald trump's business acumen what he did in carrying forth that loss. the fact that this man has paid hundreds of millions of dollars in taxes over decades. excise taxes, federal and state payroll stackses, property tax.
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>> well, he certainly has. in the years he made a profit like anybody else he paid income taxes. >> we've got a cbs news poll out say 37% of voters think it made mr. trump worse. what has he done differently in that second night after the debate? >> half the people said it had no affect on hillary clinton or donald trump. the rah rah. we just showed a clip of him engaging the voters every day. i hope that he brings up obamacare we have none other than president bill clinton yesterday being highly critical of obamacare saying it's terrible. for small business.
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is. and there's so many ways to hold hillary clinton for account for her record. and i think she has to defend both her record and any of the failings of the obama administration. we have 16.4 women in poverty. 12.4 million without health insurance. >> it's a big night for mike pence tonight. >> it is. >> a new poll shows that the majority of public do know not either one of them. what will mike pence do to make sure voters know h performance. doing the job of the vice presidential nominee which is to hold to account the other party's nominee. and asking those questions about hillary clinton's fairly unremarkable record here in new york as united states senator. the blemishes as secretary of state. >> what do you mean he's going to be fiery? >> people look at mike pence as very low-key. he is. he's a perfect gentleman.
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years. at the same time, please there to play to absolutely be there for a vice presidential nominee. i can't remember the last positive policy description tim kaine laid out there. talking out there donald trump always. i think you'll see mike pence as somebody who is able to defend donald trump, his running mate but at the same time make a case against hillary clinton. >> thank cbs news political director and "face the nation" moderator john dickerson joins us. what are you waiting to see? >> mostly in the vice presidential debates, it's the hypocratic oath. i think kellyanne conway telegraphed that mike pence is
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it's tricky to do to keep up a sustained tact. that will be interesting. one of the things for tim kaine to watch for when he was announced as a vice presidential running mate gave a great sort of pitch for hillary clinton. he is going to go out there. and part of what these debates are is building enthusiasm within your own party. so it will be interesting to see him not only defend hillary clinton but also to try to keep that enthusiasm momentum that she gained within her first ranks. >> so what happens when both of the candidates disagree with their running mates? how do you think they will handle that tonight? >> well, that will be one of the things to watch for. they will probably do as they often do which is run over and answer some other question, than one that asks them to account for their nominee. however, you can only do that so much. and if there is a glaring moment where they have to separate themselves from their nominee.
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nominee, that will be quite interesting to see. when you candidates that have issues, as both do, but particularly, obviously, mike pence, with donald trump. it's hard to kind of lapse into the talking points fully. you have to answer for what your candidates have done. >> john, what do you expect donald trump and hillary clinton to try to do in the second presidential debate? >> well i think the same as the first debate. donald trump has to showha can handle the job of the presidency. he has to show he's prepared which is the thing to do before the debate but at the end of the debate has to show he has some sense of restraint. i think for hillary clinton, for her, it's an audience. and she does a lot of these audiences out on the stump. it's a little more natural for her. >> we'll bring you live coverage
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are people on medicaid receiving the proper care that they need? >> ahead and only on "cbs this morning," a new report detailed fraud of personal care aides who take money without providing the services. >> the news is back here in the
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[ no audio ] the sentencing for that bus driver, she told investigators she was taking prescription drugs. eight students were on the bus at the time. five got hurt. prosecutors dropped the dui and child abuse charges as part of her plea agreement. that happening today. joel watching things in the high country and look at that. this is not frozen.
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angle looks like we're seeing melting. we've had so many accidents in the westbound direction of i- 70, that they've had to hold all traffic at the eisenhower and johnson mountain tunnels. they're saying these delays could be for an extended period of time and this is why. conditions where no traffic has been passing you have that layer of snow out there. much different situation in the denver metro area, where we have dry roads. but several accidents. southbound direction of 25 at parker road. a side street accident, colorado and iowa and looks
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welcome back. our weather watchers reporting much colder temperatures. john kirkpatrick in evergreen reporting 35 degrees. it's 30 in eagle county and avon. 41 in fort collins. most of us in the denver area
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vice presidential debates to see how they influenced elections. "the new york times" reports wikileaks founder julian assange said he hopes to release documents for the next ten weeks. he said he plans to leak information related to the united states election. denied that it was intended to destroy hillary clinton's campaign. reports to pope francis making a surprise visit to a devastated town in italy from a quake in august. the pope said he wanted his visit to be private to be close to the people. the earthquake killed 300 people and left thousands homeless. and the denver posts reports 2,000 people have left their homes in and around beulah, in
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strange things happening to customer accounts after she began working at the wells fargo branch in 2008. >> 10 to 15 debit cards that they didn't request. >> reporter: 10 to 15 debit card 80. >> yes. >> reporter: from one customer? >> from one customer. >> reporter: when complaints were ignored he went to human resources. constantly e-mailing them back, what did you eventually as the complaints continued she said the manager here at the branch here came to her desk and told her she was fired. she raised a lawsuit claiming she was fired because she raised concerns about accounts. >> i felt similar to erin brock 0 witch.
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powerful wells fargo bank. nobody is going to believe what i'm saying. >> reporter: a judge dismissed her claim accepting wells fargo's version that she failed to meet her sales goal and that she was just not performing her job satisfactorily. we do not tolerate finding that her claims of retaliation had no merit. wells fargo's ceo has twice apologized to congress for the problems that she flagged years ago. >> it was i told you so. i wasn't making things up. i had more than enough evidence to prove what i was saying and it was a big deal. >> reporter: nobody listened to your end. >> no. >> reporter: people are listing now, but she paid a price.
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months after being fired. she now works as a property manager but has never returned to banking. john blackstone, california. >> she described herself as little me. but people are really paying attention to what she has to say now. >> the bank by itself is the biggest bank. >> i'm a wells fargo person. i'm looking like, okay. that's a little jarring. unsettling. the return university of virginia is ready for the vice presidential debate between mike pence and tim kaine. the latest cbs news poll finds 14% of registered voters say the vice presidential candidates have an influence on their vote. how chip reid looks at the vote and how other debates have affected the vote. good morning. >> vice presidential candidates
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voters. but the controversy involving donald trump and hillary clinton two of the least likely candidates in history have both mike pence and tim kaine playing defense. >> who am i? why am i here? [ laughter ] >> reporter: admiral james st stockdale was on a vice presidential ticket in 1982. he faced a common challenge. >> i'm a b-list republican celebrity. first time many of you have heard my name. >> reporter: despite years of serving in office a new poll shows a variety of registered voters don't know enough about mike pence or tim kaine to have an opinion about them. what are you expecting from the vice presidential debate? >> we're expecting something with probably more policy, more substance, more fireworks than the vice presidential debates. >> reporter: he teaches political science.
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overshadow hillary clinton, if he could. and i don't think there's anybody can that overshadow donald trump. >> this is serious business. >> reporter: when then vice president bush tried to show he was ready tour vp. >> let me help you with the difference between iran and the embassy in lebanon. >> reporter: but democratic congresswoman geraldine ferraro >> i don't appreciate you >> i have as much experience in the congress as jack kennedy did when he sought the presidency. >> senators, i serve with jack kennedy. i knew jack kennedy. jack kennedy was a friend of
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>> it devastated dan quayle, but dan quayle became vice president. >> that's a way how vice presidential candidates hinge on other factors. >> pence and kaine are fixed for heir candidates. both have served as governor and have emphasized their ability to step in and serve as needed. throughout u.s. history, nine vice presidents have moved into the oval office due to the death or resignation of the president. >> thank you. these or two men who both had a life long career in politics. >> people don't know. >> and people don't know. i think there's a lot to watch for tonight. >> they're both skilled. they both bring something to the table? >> they both bring something to
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you'll see only on "cbs this morning." good morning. >> good morning, norah. investigators from the department of health and human services office of inspector general are once again criticizing medicaid for not cracking down in this area, saying the government needs better regulation to prevent fraud cases like the one you're about to see. >> reporter: the woman on this video taken by investigators said she needed a personal care assistant because they rarely left her house and couldn't walk. >> i crawl. >> you crawl. >> reporter: but agents found her pulling a trash can and picking up her dog. investigators say medicare paid for personal care for three years. the women and the workers were charged with fraud.
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hi, everybody. 7:56. i'm alan gionet. on the front range it's cooled off and in the high country it's a mess. >> if you're just waking up, this won't help you at al on the approach to the eisenhower and johnson mountain tunnels there. you've got traffic completely stopped. it's actually been stopped back at georgetown because of multiple accidents and the terrible conditions we have up at the eisenhower johnson tunnels. we'll see more video coming up in the next half hour. southbound i-25 an accident at colorado. we've got another one in the eastbound direction of i-70 as
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time of day. a denver mother now charged with shooting and killing her husband will be facing a judge within the hour. police say roxanne sanchez- jaime killed her husband at their home while their four children were there. it happened more than a week
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good morning. we're taking a look at doppler 4000. we are boulder and fort collins. as we move the radar up interstate 70, clear creek county and summit county, that's where we see the clouds and snow joel was talking about. also much colder everywhere. fence and 30s in the high country. 40s around the denver area. that's about 15 degrees colder than yesterday at this time. that will be the trend throughout the day. a high temperature today of 66 instead of the 81 we had yesterday.
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? it is tuesday, october 4th, 2016. welcome back to cbs this morning. more real news ahead including a look at the presidential race with hillary clinton's campaign manager and first on "cbs this billionaires on the new forbes 400 list. but first, here's today's eyeopener at 8:00. >> the storm is bearing down on southwest haiti with power the national weather service describes as life threatening. >> potentially a category three hurricane just off shore. or hugging the east coast of florida. >> the vice-presidential candidates will, of course, have to defend the rhetoric and records off their running mates. >> he argued that trump's tax
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calls rigged. >> controversies involving donald trump and hillary clinton have mike pence and tim kaine playing defense. >> the vice-presidential debate, what are you waiting to see? >> mostly in the vice-presidential debates, it is the hypocratic oath. fist, do no harm. >> what will mike pence to do night? >> he'll go out there with a fiery performance. >> investigators from the department of health and human services saying the government needs better regulation to prevent patient neglect and fraud cases. >> joe biden describes the relationship with obama is older brother, little brother dynamic. he said the only difference is when obama forgets to pick him up from soccer business. i get it, you're busy.
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florida and the southeast are preparing for the dangerous hurricane now slamming the caribbean. matthew is a deadly category 4 hurricane. it just made land fall this morning in haiti. if the storm continues on its current path, matthew could hug the east coast or make a direct hit. already declared states of emergency. >> torrential rain and winds of up to 145 miles an hour lashing haiti. that is the poorest nation in the west roads have been flooded there and one man killed when a wave crashed right through his home. in the dominican republic, several inches of rain dropped forcing cars to drive through floodwater n cube yashgs people along the eastern coast people are v. been urged to go to higher ground. >> donald trump is make nothing apologies for using the tax code to his benefit after claiming a billion dollars of losses in $1995. he said he brilliantly used the laws that could have allowed him
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federal income taxes. speaking in colorado, trump blamed the recession in 1990 and '91 for his nearly $916 million business loss. >> the conditions facing real estate developers in that early '90 period were almost as bad as the great depression of 1929 and far worse than the great recession of 2008. some of the biggest and strongest people in companies went absolutely nk are you proud of me? >> yes! >> would have loved to use that do it. >> now take a look at the bureau of labor statistics. they say that the early '9 o's recession was milder than other down turns since world war ii. trump didn't declare bankruptcy in 1995 but four out of the six
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>> donald trump says his administration was focused on mental health. he spoke yesterday in an event hosted by veterans who support his campaign. >> when you talk about the mental health problems, when people come back from war and combat and they see things that maybe a lot of the folks in this room have seen many times over and you are strong and can hanle it. a lot of people can't handle it. they see horror stories. they see events that you couldn't see in a movie. nobody would believe it. we need a medical. >> vice president joe biden criticized trump saying he suggested some troops are not as strong as those who don't have ptsd. >> he points out to the veterans in the room and says and you're strong. you can handle it. but a lot of people can't handle it. where in the hell is he from? >> now retired general michael flynn says that his comments
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med media. >> he is ordering donald trump's charity to stop sow lice itting contributions in new york state. eric snyderman says his foundation is not properly registered. he investigating charges trump used the charity funds for personal game. trump's campaign czsays while w remain concerned about the eric schneiderman investigation, they never cooperated fully with the investigation. >> rising enthusiasm from hillary clinton voters after the first debate. 46% of them are now very enthusiastic about voting. that is seven points higher than last month. >> 46% of donald trump supporters are very enthusiastic as well. that is down two points from last month. a poll also shows that independent voters prefer donald
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is joining us from rich monld, virginia. getting ready for the big debate tonight. robby, welcome. >> good morning. thanks for having me. >> we're glad you're here. this is the first and only vp debate. when kellyanne conway was here, she said we can consider this from pence. how is he going to breakthrough? >> well, what we're hoping is he has the opportunity to do is to talk about the agenda that he' the biggest investment in jobs since world war ii, help families afford college and health care. and basically talk about the issues. that's when we always do best as a campaign. as you mentioned, i think the trump campaign is a bit panicked right now. they need to change the narrative and message. they had a bad week. so we're expecting them to throw a lot of mud. and it's going to be very interesting to see how mike pence responds to questions about donald trump's behavior in
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attacked the former miss universe? is he going to defend the 3:00 a.m. twitter rants? is he going to defend trump's comments about veterans and the fact that he's proud he didn't pay taxes for nearly two decades? so this is going to be a little different. normally this is a test to see if the candidates are prepared to serve as president. i think both of them are regarded as pretty accomplished public servants. the real question is mike pence going to defend trump? >>nd to put mike pence on the defensive to defend donald trump's record? >> the goal is actually to talk about the difference that senator tim kaine and secretary clinton want to make in people's lives. that's when we do best as a campaign. secretary clinton and senator tim kaine have real plans that are going to make a real difference in people's lives. but i think the dynamics of this race are very special and it's going to be interesting to see if mike pence is willing to
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clinton, if she becomes president, change the affordable care act? as you know, former president clinton had something to say about it yesterday in terms of people that were not exactly coming out as well as they thought they might. >> well, i'm sorry. i thought you were going to play a clip there. >> really glad you asked that question. because -- >> i would if i had one. >> i know. it's really important question. lot of voters. look, the important thing is that 20 million americans have health insurance today because of the affordable care act. it's made a tremendous difference in a lot of people's lives. but we need to do more to lower premiums and in particular the price of prescription drugs is rising way too fast. we've seen the companies, you know, abusing their patents to jack up costs for life saving cancer drugs and the like. so secretary clinton and senator
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drug prices down. make sure families can afford them. and finally, do something about these premium increases. >> but does secretary clinton agree with her husband, former president clinton that obama care is a "crazy system that hurts small businesses"? >> well, what he was referring to was the health care system both as it used to be and then sometimes what happens in some of the markets, you know, where we'reic skews the costs. this exactly why we got to do something about premium increases. but i assume also he was including in that prescription drug prices. >> can i ask you quickly about the latest polls. we see that secretary clinton is up in florida, north carolina, pennsylvania, virginia. but she is losing to donald trump in ohio. can she win the presidential without ohio? >> look, there are many paths to
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absolutely essential for her to become president? no, it is not. but that is completely separate from the fact that we're working as hard as we can to win ohio. i ran secretary clinton's ohio campaign in 2008. my parents were there. it is near and dear to my heart. i know we can win it and we're working very hard to do that. >> all right. thank you very much, robby. >> thanks. >> we'll see you later on. cbs news will begin live coverage of the vice-presidential debate starting at 9:00 eastern/8:00 central. cbsn will have special coverage from the debate and you can watch on and on our app and on other devices. so no excuse not to be able to see this debate. >> that's right. >> lots of options. >> it will be everywhere. good point, gayle. >> forbes reveals the new list of the richest americans. ahead, find out which big names drop down the spot for the first time in 15 years.
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it's 35th annual forbes 400 list. they ranked billionaires by wealth. combined worth is 2.4 trillions. the average net worth is $6 billion. we're revealing the top names first on "cbs this morning." ellison. facebook co-founder rk zuckerberg is fourth. third is warren buffett. jeff bezos at number two. and topping the list for the 23rd consecutive year is mcrosoft co-founder bill gates with a net worth of $81 billion. louisa cole is the assistant editor at forbes. good morning. >> hi, norah. >> what does this list tell us about the wealth of the american
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billionaires outperforming any other sector. the average sector of tech billionaires is $10 billion. it's the first time in 15 years that warren buffett did pull that title. >> wow. barely inching out warren buffett. >> but his fortune is up $20 billion in four month, >> amazon has just done na phenomenally well. he quit his career in funds and gambled with online books. now amazon is so much more. i think bezos said the fact that he reached $100 billion. >> he's getting into new things all the time. shipping. >> all the time. >> he works hard.
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would be the richest. >> yeah. yes. >> of course -- >> but you're honing in on there are family fortunes like the waltons, walmart. together that fortune would be richer than bill gates, the koch brothers would be richer than bill gates. >> immigrants have always >> yes. >> but they weren't in the top this year. >> we have a record number of 42 immigrants that the more than 40% of the list. naturalized, all u.s. citizens. and outperformed the nations in general. it's a great story with immigrants in the news so much this year. >> donald trump his net worth $3.7 billion.
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due to real estate prices. new york, real estate, we've seen some softening. and to make sure we have all the facts lined up, based on new information, we had to lower some numbers. >> bloomberg is number six. >> he is number six. >> what do rich people eat? >> whatever they want. >> avocado or we will post more about this on leonardo dicaprio has a sharp statement about those who don't believe in climate change as he took over the south lawn of the white house. you're watching "cbs this morning." know that psoriasis is just something that i have. i'm not contagious. see me to know that... ...i won't stop
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,, in colorado, we stand together, but congressman coffman stands with donald trump and will support trump for president. they've spread falsehoods about president obama. trump: oh, no. coffman: i don't know whether barack obama was born in the united states or not. coffman and trump are too dangerous for colorado.
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president obama hosts innovators, entrepreneur activists at the first south by southwest lawn festival. he shared the stage with leonardo dicaprio. and dicaprio had harsh words for those who don't believe in climate change. >> if you do not believe in climate change, you do not believe in facts or science or empirical truth, and therefore, in my humble opinion, should not about allowed to hold public office.
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the crowd got to watch his good morning. 8:25. i'm alan gionet. big news from the high country. live pictures to show you here from cbs4 reporter matt kroschel driving. there is a mass right now. there you see accidents that have that's fallen. matt sent us video earlier of him driving on i-70. and this is how bad it has gotten. a lot of people are simply not prepared. joel, pretty big backups now. you have an update on the closures and here we go. here we go for sure. i-70 closed in both directions from silverthorne to georgetown. you're not going to get any farther and it's because of these accidents we have. when things do open up, expect
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enough tread on those tires. i-70 at the eisenhower and johnson mountain tunnels there, this is in that eastbound direction. you can see traffic not moving along because of the closure that is in place. when traffic does start moving you're going to be seeing patches of ice along there. we have the wind that we're contending with as you drive up into the high country. accident at colorado, another 1285 at university. an accident in the eastbound to i-25. now in the westbound direction of u.s. 36 at 80th.
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portions of the i-70 corridor in the high country, here along the front range we have a lot of sunshine. looking at our cbs4 rooftop camera pointing towards the foothills you can see the clouds in the distance. we're clear around denver, boulder and fort collins. we'll have nothing but sunshine today. along i-70, just to the west of idaho springs, that's where the cloud cover starts and this is where we still have that light snow falling. there is the chance for additional light snow along i- 70 right there near the continental divide through could continue to be issues along the i-70 corridor. along the front range, big story is cooler temperatures. 40s all around town. 47 highlands ranch. 48 currently in arvada. we'll reach 66 today. that's 15 degrees cooler than
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? welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour, google gets ready to unveil new gadgets today. to step up its challenge to rival as l we'll look at how google wants to take artificial intelligence to your house. you like artificial intelligence. >> i do very much so. there's nothing artificial about samantha bee's intelligence. >> no. she's finding her in each in "full frontal." what she expected in tonight's debate. britain's independent reports on why you should have
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it says the caffeine may be good for your brain. researchers studied the caffeine consumption of 6500 women between 65 and 80 years old. those who had three cusp of black coffee each day or six cups of black tea per day had lower risk of dementia. >> i do not like i do not want
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days, it has an effect on the brain. >> that's why we all exercise at this table. how about you, scott? >> i'm trying to. i've got to. i've got to wear a fitness tracker. >> we want to help you. and google is expected to unveil new phones in gadgets in silicon valley. industry insiders expect to learn more about the tech giant's voice activated system called home. you can also get a latest and latest venture the smartphone, the pixel. scott stein, senior editor with our partner cnet has a preview. >> it has been very successful in capturing people's attention. and that's what google has been going up again. the idea of voice search, something in your home can
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that's not a thermostat. you have to look at echo -- >> how does this compare? >> carry on a two-way conversation. >> basically what alexi will listen and you can do these things. a voice activated system. now, a lot of these are keying to become fully activated. it's going to start connecting to all of your google services, your calendar things.d in the home. >> yeah, but can it do the laundry? can it unload the dish washer? >> right. >> that will be a robot. >> the push is towards the iconnected smartphone homes. the echo is getting -- amazon is doing it for $50. that's an incredibly affordable area. the products are great. >> what does that do?
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echo. you can connect any speaker. spotify. >> pandora? >> pandora, tons of apps. it will give you the news. >> weather? >> yes. and other things. so, a little diversified versatile devices. and google is pushing it and we're also pushing a virtual reality. >> apple is going to have one as well? >> apple is said to be working on something like that. the problem is siri doesn't respond very well. you can see i use it for basic tasks. >> you have to talk very slowly. >> and very specifically to siri. you need to develop a pure voice and as apple does that, maybe it involves a camera, maybe not. but probably a similar idea with home kit connected. >> who do you think has the biggest deal on this? >> amazon. there are new apps all the time. i think google has to explain,
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netherlands is pioneering one way to fight the effects of rising sea level with influx of salty ocean water affects millions of farmers around the world. the water can destroy crops and the soil beneath them. if our continuing climate diaries" mark phillips has a man who can make land lie. >> reporter: climate change scientists ask a new question can the response to rising sea levels be this. to the humble potato. not just any garden variety, but a potato that will thrive where most won't, in an increasingly salty world.
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million square miles of land as salt-affected. in areas like alaska they've given up trying to grow crops. the solution to that problem is being sought on this environmental pardon environment environmental farm in the netherlands by a man they call the potato whisperer. how are you finding it works? >> with plant, which is sulfur and which isn't. mark van visselberg, he can hear them. there's much more technology in the plants than the sciences. >> reporter: the plants are smarter? they know what they like? >> yeah. if they die, they get segments -- fortunately, we don't have to kill the scientists. >> reporter: nobody dealing with more encroaching salt water than the dutch.
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lies beneath sea level. and as the ocean rises, the salt watered has been sweeping through. on the wind swept island, they've been running a wind-controlled experiment. planting hundred us of potatoes and irrigating them with increasing ly salty water to se if they survive. some, 5 to 10% do. potatoes. i'll try the brown one first. >> yeah. >> tastes like a good potato. >> yeah. >> and the other one tastes like? a good potato. but different. i'm betting this is the salty one? >> you're absolutely right. >> reporter: so far, so interesting. but there's a real world application to this work.
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their salt-resistant seed potatoes to areas the farmers have given up on. and when they're planted, they grow. it works for our vegetables, too. says a botanist at amsterdam university who running the project. >> even with brackish water you can grow up to 100% or use half seat >> yeah, we have carrots growing that should be dead already. >> reporter: and the potato whisperer is prepared to give them a recipe. >> we can make onions, potatoes and carrots for the people in bangladesh. a meal. >> reporter: every farm can be called ground breaking. this one really is.
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phillips in tessle, the netherlands. >> you just had him on "the charlie rose show." >> i did. i asked him what is the one story you wish you could cover more. he said climate. samantha bee is bringing a different perspective to late night. there she is. charlie rose is here, samantha.
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samantha bee! [ cheers and applause ] median samantha bee received an emotionaloo stewart on "the daily show." she spent more than a decade. the longtime correspondent took her talents to tbs. she presents on a weekly show "full frontal." critics praise her style. she's been called the political commentator we've been waiting for. >> i am samantha bee finally here in my studio for the very first time.
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standing on a stage asking people to vote for me to president. >> oh [ bleep ] republicans are increasingly -- >> breathe, breathe. breathe, breathe. [ laughter ] >> i don't mean to sound sexist. but i think men are just too emotional to be president. [ laughter ] >> "full frontal" and samantha bee, welcome. >> thank you for having me. >> you are having the time of your life? >> i'm having the time of my life. the season has been so good for us. >> politics is a gift that keeping giving. >> it -- you know what, i'd love to regift some of the characters from this particular political team but it has been incredible to launch a show during this period of time. it's been unlike any other opportunity.
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the group, listen, we and your staff, we wanted a show that you would like. you said, what the hell, let's go for it. we may only get six episodes, let's just have a good time. or language, samantha is hilarious. >> i appreciate that. >> may i quote you -- >> donald trump has said she doesn't have stamina. why donald, you mean peanuts. beloved. >> we cherish our viewers. since we have the vice presidential debate tonight, tim kaine, you called him a walking hug. >> yes, we've called him a human minivan. >> what does that mean? >> well, he's so approachable. you know, he's just a decent good person. he's like hillary clinton's hot water bottle. >> okay.
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i think we'll see it in full fruition tonight. which is why we have a show tomorrow to be able to respond to the debate. >> then the big debate on sunday. >> the big one. yes, and we have a show the very next day. thatbe experiment stage up all night and doing a show. >> what is your best take on donald trump? >> our best take -- >> yeah. >> oh, oh -- i can't dabble in this personal psychology. i feel like he is slowly revealing himself. not slowly revealing himself. with each new passing hour. another layer is peeled away.
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it's pretty evident. >> do you think we know the real hillary? >> pardon? >> do we know the real hillary? >> that's a good question. i don't know -- i don't know that we do. i don't know that we do. do we need to? do we really need to? do we really need to think like we should go out for drinks with people or want them to do a good job. >> but do we want to know something about their charact >> if we don't know about hillary clinton by now. what can we ever know. it's been so long. >> it's like a live colonoscopy on television. >> isn't it? >> yeah. >> jon stewart seemed to make such an effort to be nonpartisan. and you and your team seemed to have embraced putting your feelings out there for everybody to see. you make no apologies about that. >> i make no apologies for it.
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the show that fully expresses who we are and how we feel. we always wanted the show, in abstract terms before the show started. we wanted to make a show that really kicks the door in and totally how we felt. that's how we're doing it. it's not our fault that people are responding to it. i feel like it's the only show that we could possibly do and we can't be apologetic for it. person than television? >> let me tell you about charlie rose, enter psychology. it's like i delved into the person he is. >> sorry, guys -- >> did you come out feeling better? >> so many riches. >> do we have more segments?
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good morning. 8:55. i'm alan gionet. we start with a traffic alert. driving in the high country is slow going because, yes, it's back, the snow is here. video from i-70 a little bit earlier sent in kroschel. he joins us live from the west side of the eisenhower tunnel. matt. >> reporter: alan, this is a unique situation up here at the tunnel. we're in the beginning of october and already the tunnel is completely closed down. eastbound direction is a safety close now and silverthorne westbound they're going to let a couple of trucks go and hopefully they can get those lanes open for folks. it's slow go at the top.
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snow from this storm. i came up this morning and it was not pretty. there were cars fishtailed all over the place. the crews have been doing a good job. a lot of the tow trucks are taken some of those wounded folks out of here and those cars will head either to silverthorne or on the other side. but right now at the eisenhower tunnel, icy conditions up here and definitely this is winter, i don't care who you are, where you're at, this is colorado and wh i'm matt kroschel, cbs4 mountain newsroom. we have winter driving conditions and we need to expect that. i-70 at loveland pass and you can see the cars lined up for the closure. and eisenhower and johnson tunnels and look how the conditions change from that short little hike in elevation that you have. icy snow pack conditions. across the denver metro area we've got a couple of accidents on highway. southbound along i-25 at
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cleaned up. new one along 285 as you get on the approach to sheridan and westbound direction of u.s. 36 past 80th. matt tweeted out a picture of a, ,, in colorado, we stand together, but congressman coffman stands with donald trump and will support trump for president. they've spread falsehoods about president obama. trump: oh, no. coffman: i don't know whether barack obama
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coffman and trump are too dangerous for colorado. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. it is a cooler morning for all of us. cbs4 weather watcher joseph in lone tree reporting 42. 46 in lakewood. 44 commerce city. clear skies around denver, boulder and fort collins. as we look into the mountains, cloud cover and the snow that's falling there at the continental divide. futurecast showing a few more
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>> announcer: today on rachael ray! the cousins! >> rachael: there is the. >> announcer: party snacks. >> gotty that's so good. >> a party animal, jamie alexander. and be the life now, are you ready for rachael? ? ? [ cheers and applause ] ? ? >> rachael: hey, guys! welcome, welcome, welcome today we are throwing a little house party, we have great food, great guests, but we will start with how to entertain in small spaces. especially if you live in new york city or up in the country, i have the tiniest of cabins. here to show us how to


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