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supposed to be an independent process. fire officials say the fire that all but destroyed an african-american church in western mississippi was arson. the phrase "vote trump" was spray painted on the side of the hopewell missionary baptist church in greenville on tuesday night. the fbi has opened a civil rights investigation. $11,000 reward is offered to lead to the conviction of oe u.s. senate candidates in louisiana turned into a heated thrashing. a former kkk leader david duke. outside, protesters upset that the university would allow the former grand wizard on campus, were pepper sprayed as they tried to get inside. the focus on stage was duke. one candidate called him a snake and another called duke a liar.
candidate mike pence paid his respects at a memorial for two police officers killed in iowa. the suspect scott greene is well known to area police and appeared to have issues with people of other races. danielle nottingham reports. >> reporter: the manhunt for scott greene, who police say gunned down two iowa police officers, ended quietly on this rural road when he gave himself up to an employee of the state department of natural resources. >> he flagged down an employee of the dnr, presented his i.d. to that employee and asked that that employee called 911. >> reporter: greene was wanted for killing two police officers. the first just after 1:00 a.m. in urbandale. the second, 20 minutes later and two miles away in des moines. police say they were ambushed. >> definitely there was no opportunity for the officers to defend themselves or respond to the attack. they were both sitting in their
>> reporter: the two officers shot were anthony beminio and justin martin. greene was no stranger to law enforcement. >> you're on private property. you're on school property. we are asking you to leave at this time. >> reporter: police say he was issued a warning for trespassing at a football game at his daughter's high school for waving a confederate flag during the national anthem. >> he picked people to wave it in front of. people in e was offensive and he should be removed from the stadium. >> reporter: police took greene to the hospital after he complained of a medical condition. charges havenot yet been announced. danielle nottingham, cbs news, urbandale, iowa. opening statements are scheduled for today in the murder trial of former south carolina policeman michael slager, who is white, is accused of shooting to death walter scott during a traffic stop last year in charleston.
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the cubs own the front pages of today's chicago's newspapers. the "chicago tribune," "at last!" "the sun times" overjoyed cubs with a headline "what a wonderful world." cleveland's "plain dealer" called it history, noting that the indians 68-year title drought drags on. way to rub it. lebron sent a shout-out to the indians on twitter after they came up short. >> the whole cavs organization, the whole city of cleveland, we are proud of you guys. you have nothing to hang your heads low about. >> james and the cavaliers brought cleveland its first pro sports championship since 1964 when they won the nba title last spring. well, here is a look at some of the other headlines on the morning newsstand. the philadelphia inquirer reports arguments presented by bill cosby's lawyers to have his sexual assault case thrown out.
by politicians, the media, and accusers hungry for fame. a judge is due to decide what evidence may be admitted at cosby's trial next june. "the new york times" reports president obama's first remarks on the controversial dakota access pipeline. he said the government engineers are considering another path for the project. native american protesters say the pipeline would threaten their water supply and sacred lands. "the washington post" updates against lance armstrong. his lawyers asked the judge to dismiss the damage suit yesterday. the postal service says the millions they promoted on armstrong was wasted when he admitted to doping three years ago. still to come, joe cool. vice president joe biden slips on his aviators as he stumps for a rayban endorsement?
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walter cronkite was the face of the "cbs evening news" for nearly two decades. today, on the eve of what would have been cronkite's 100th birthday, kenneth craig looks back at his career and legacy. >> we may or may not be wearing a parachute. i personally don't wear one. >> well, no sense of me going out in that jungle if you're not down there with me. >> reporter: known as the most trusted man in america, walter conkite was -- cronkite was the america's journeyman.
when cbs newsman edward murrow hired cronkite in 1950. he was assigned to the washington bureau. in 1962, he took over the "cbs evening news." >> good evening, from our cbs news room in new york. >> reporter: he anchored that broadcast right here taking the show out of a studio and into a real working newsroom. a year later, he shared the nation's grief when he delivered the news of president kennedy's assassination. >> here is a bulletin from cbs news. from dallas, texas, the flash, apparently official, president kennedy died at 1:00 p.m. central standard time. i'm walter cronkite. >> reporter: he was a nightly fixture in american homes for nearly two decades and he cemented his legacy during the vietnam war. >> we have been too often disappointed by the optimism of the american leaders. >> reporter: in an editorial, he called on the government to negotiate an end to the war which he described as a stalemate. >> it is increasing clear to this reporter that the only rational way out then
victors, but as an honor people who lived up their pledge to defending democracy. >> reporter: president johnson reportedly said, if i've lost cronkite, i've lost america. and announced he would not seek reelection afterwards. >> this is my last broadcast as anchorman of the "cbs evening news." >> reporter: cronkite handed over the anchor chair to dan rather in march 6th, 1981. >> reporter: he continued as a correspondent for cbs where his colleagues described him as a spine of the network and a giant to the journalism. to the public, he was simply uncle walter. kenneth craig, cbs news, new york. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," in the ongoing series "issues that matter," a look at the presidential nominees' plans for health care and the future for
it's over!" )) ((kirsten joyce)) thanks for joining us on good day, kirsten joyce. ((brian loftus)) >> i'm brian loftus. world series 2016 did not disappoint. the longest drought in the chicago cubs are the new world series champions ((kirsten joyce)) >> scott mcclean has the excitement from chicago. ((scott mclean)) >> the curse is officially broken after it took the chicago cubs 10 innings in wednesday night's game 7 for the chicago cubs to become the world series champs for the first time since 1908 (nats cheering)