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? it's tuesday, october 18th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news. >> we're witnessing a criminal enterprise that has turned our government into a vehicle for the clintons' personal profit at your expense. but it gets worse. >> donald trump is pouncing on newly released fbi records. he said it proves quid pro quo when hillary clinton was secretary of state. and while he's stumping, clinton is preparing for the third and final presidential debate. and a retired u.s. general
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about leaking top secret about leaking top secret information. captioning funded by cbs good morning from studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, the trump campaign says newly released fbi notes proved the obama administration tried to protect hillary clinton. the records show that a senior state department official asked the fbi to change the classification of an e-mail from clinton's private server. and trump continues to insist the u.s. electoral system is rigged. a new cbs news poll finds clinton's lead over trump has widen nationally. in a four-way race she now leads trump by nine points among likely voters. her lead two weeks ago was four points. hena daniels is here in new york. good morning. >> morning, anne-marie. donald trump campaigns in
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showdown against rival hillary clinton. in a series of interviews yesterday trump's wife melania trump publicly defended him against sexual assault allegations for the first time. while clinton's campaign dealt with more fallout during her e-mail practices during her time as secretary of state. ? hillary tonight ? >> reporter: hillary clinton appeared a star-studded fund-raiser via video last night. >> we're in the final stretch of this campaign, and we need your help. highest level. >> reporter: and trump released a rare video message of him own on twitter accusing the fbi and the state department of colluding with clinton. fbi documents released monday from the agency's probe of her use of a private e-mail server, the agency's patrick kennedy trying to get the agency to, quote, see their way to mark e-mail of benghazi unclassified in exchange for more personnel
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>> any real assertion that this was tit for tat or quid pro quo exchange in that manner really, frankly, is insulting. >> reporter: the development came on the same day donald trump's wife melania spoke to cnn and defended her husband's lewd 2005 comments to nbc "access hollywood" host billy bush about women. >> i was surprised because he's not the man that i know. from the host to say dirty and bad stuff. >> reporter: campaigning in green bay, the republican nominee doubled down on rigged election claims. >> people that have died ten years ago are still voting. illegal immigrants are voting. >> reporter: despite trump's claims most experts say voter fraud is extremely rare in the u.s. on a radio talk show yesterday trump said if he defeats clinton in november he might meet with russian president vladimir putin
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in that same interview, trump also said clinton has, quote, a highly overrated intellect. anne-marie. >> hena daniels here in new york. thank you very much, hena. early voting began in georgia. there were long lines some had to wait hours to cast their ballots. early voting in person is allowed in 33 states. roughly a third of the votes were cast before election day. say they won't challenge a ruling on the ruling involved mismatched signatures. a federal judge ruled that voters must be notified if their signatures on their ballots and voter registration cards don't match so they can fix the problem. previously ballots with mismatched signatures were thrown out. well, coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk with
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federal, state and local officials are investigating, though. it's still unclear just who is responsible for the weekend attack. a bottle with flammable liquid was thrown through the window and graffiti was written on a nearby wall. >> i've got to make sure we take this extremely seriously because i don't want any retaliation from the other side. the worse thing we can do is have this expand into more violence, which is a direct assault on the democratic process. >> no one was injured in the attack both republicans and democrats condemned the violence. a retired u.s. general pleaded guilty to misleading the fbi during an investigation into leaks of classified material. james cartwright who once served as the vice chairman of the joint chiefs will likely spend several months in prison. david martin reports. >> reporter: general james cartwright now retired but once known as president obama's
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a crime which could send him to prison. responding to questions from a federal judge cartwright who served as vice chairman of the joint chiefs admitted he lied to fbi agents investigating classified information to two journalists, daniel sanger of "the new york times" and daniel klaidman. sanger was the reporter with the seib attacks conducted against u.s. intelligence hacked into the computers that controlled enriched uranium causing them to spin out of control. cartwright admitted to providing information classified as top secret to both sanger and klaidman and lying about it to fbi agents. in a statement, he said it was wrong for me to mislead the fbi. the crime carries a sentence of
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but cartwright's attorney said the government has agreed to recommend a maximum sentence of six months. david martin, cbs news, the pentagon. well, the pentagon says iraqi forces are ahead of schedule in the battle to retake mosul from isis. some 30,000 iraqi and kurdish forces supported by a u.s.-led coalition began the attack yesterday. it's believed there are about 5,000 isis fighters in mosul. t largest city in 2014. the u.n. says the operation could leave 700,000 civilians without shelter. in syria, russian and syrian forces say they will stop their attack on the city of aleppo for eight hours thursday. the russian defense minister said air strikes against aleppo stop today. the so-called humanitarian pause is meant to allow the wounded and sick to be evacuated. elizabeth palmer reports from syria. >> reporter: as day begins in
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syrian soldiers and opposition fighters shoot at each other across a front line that runs right through the city center. soldiers offered to show us where rebels have manufactured one of their signature weapons. so this is an ordinary cooking gas canister, sawed in half. it's designed so that explosives would fit in the top part. perhaps shrapnel in the bottom and then it would be reassembled with these mick makeshift fins which would help to guide it like a very primitive rocket. the rockets were launched and aimed, sort of, through an ordinary piece of steel pipe. the syrian army has homemade arms too like the now infamous and imprecise barrel bomb. as for its precise weapons there aren't enough well-trained
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and so the battle for aleppo has largely stalled. here on the city's southern edge it's taken the army three months to advance 800 yards to those white buildings. and everywhere on this improvised battlefield. there is misery. an old man tells us, i have no food, no bread, i have nothing. not even a safe place to wait out this grinding war. the fight for control of aleppo is less a pitched battle and more a ruthless siege which is slowly choking the life out of half of the city. elizabeth palmer, cbs news, damascus. back at home, a wildfire in southern colorado is zero contained at this point. the so-called duncan fire started monday. it's burned over 15,000 acres and six buildings. there are 129 homes in the
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investigation. coming up on the "morning news," a message to minorities. the head of the country's largest police chief group issues an apology for historical mistreatment. and the florida man who shot at george zimmerman finds out his punishment. this is the "cbs morning news." at george zimmerman finds out his punishment. this is the "cbs morning news." absolutely ageless? night cream with active naturals? blackberry complex. younger looking skin can start today. absolutely ageless? i've been taking probiotics gx from nature's bounty to maintain healthy digestion and help with the occasional unwanted gas and bloating. so wherever i get stuck today, my "future self" will thank me. thank you. thank you. thank you. hang on, go go go back. thank you. do i get stuck in an air duct? it's a funny story really... (laughing) nearly 50 years of experience has taught us: no matter what the future holds, you're always better off healthy.
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racial minorities for historical mistreatment. the statement came from the head of the nation's largest police chief group as they met yesterday in san diego. >> while we obviously cannot change the past, it is also clear that we must change the future. we must move forward together to build a shared understanding. >> terrance cunningham received a standing ovation for his comments. the houston chronicle reports 80 children during a nationwide sex trafficking crackdown. the fbi says 239 suspects were arrested in more than 100 cities during the three-day operation. the youngest victim rescued was just 13 years old. the orlando sentinel reports on the 20-year prison term given to a man who shot at george zimmerman.
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attempted murder. zimmerman is the neighborhood watchman who was acquitted three years ago after killing trayvon martin. and "the washington post" findings out what mario batali plans to cook for a white house state dinner. president obama is welcoming the prime minister tonight. the state dinner is the first prepared by batali and the last of president obama's presidency. officials say guests can expect traditional italian dishes that having engrained in american cuisine. still ahead, the president makes a late show stop. mr. obama talked with comedian stephen colbert about snacks and
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. president obama visited the late show here on cbs and stephen colbert asked him to endorse his successor -- kind of. your choice of snacks. can i do that? >> sure. >> all right. >> go ahead. >> i have two choices for you here. would you care for an extra fiber nutrient bar which has traveled to more than 100 countries? or this triple tangerine covered in golden retriever hair filled with bile that i wouldn't leave alone with the woman i love? [ laughter ] >> colbert was playing office
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president obama tips for his job search when he leaves the white house. i think he's going to be okay in that area. on the "cbs moneywatch" netflix gets a big boost and a major action by merrill lynch. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, jill. >> good morning, anne-marie. earning season is in full swing on wall street, bank of america's profits beat expectations. on a whole, though, the markets fell yesterday. the dow lost nearly 52 points. the s&p the nasdaq fell 14 points. netflix had a very good day the stocks surged with trading by as up as 20%. netflix added over 3.5 million subscribers around the globe and as reported that beat expectations, netflix had a boost in the original programming like the surprise summer hit "stranger things." merrill lynch being the first major brokerage firms to
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the rule extends from a fiduciary rule enacted by the obama administration in april requires that people put their clients' interests ahead of their own. clients will have to pay a fee based on a percentage of their assets. deutsche bank has agreed to pay $30 million in a case. investors say deutsche bank and others rigged silver prices on a secret meeting called the silver fix. in 1999. other banks are expected to settle. and tesla, manufactured panasonic solar panels have reached a deal to manufacture solar panels. tesla says it wants to sell the panasonic panels to residential and commercial use. anne-marie. >> jill wagner at the new york stock exchange. thank you so much, jill. still to come -- out for blood. an injury sidelines indians pitcher trevor bauer in game
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. a busy night at the office for the cleveland indians bull pen after their starting pitcher the indians are one victory away from clinching the american league pennant. how about wine in a can? daniel nottingham has more on that. >> reporter: wine is rolling out a new look and andruw jones field recordings in central california is one of the first wine makers to do it. sounds like you're opening a beer. >> yeah.
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putting wine in cans back in 2014. back then it made up 5% of his business. today, canned wine accounts for 40%. why wine in a can? >> real simple. simplicity. you know, wine doesn't to be so ceremonial. >> reporter: canned wine currently makes up less than 1% of the market but the growth has been explosive. sales more than doubled over the last year from $6.4 million to $14.5 million. sommelier whitney adams said wine in a can is portable, affordable, single serving and a hit with millennials. >> i think that's definitely the way that things are headed. i think more and more, you know, every month or two, a wine comes out in a can. >> reporter: single cans retail for as low as $5. at field recording it's about $8. six packs and eight-packs are also available.
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than the bottles because there's no light hitting the product so it keeps the product super fresh. >> reporter: whether you want pinot noir or something bubbly, there's one in every can to quench the thirst of wine lovers. danielle nottingham, cbs news, paso robles, california. after brushing, listerine? total care strengthens teeth, helps prevent cavities ores tooth enamel. it's an easy way to give listerine? total care to the total family. listerine? total care. one bottle, six benefits. power to your mouth?. ? ?you don't own me? ?don't try to change me in any way? ?oh? ?don't tell me what to do?
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here's another look at this morning's top stories. former general james cartwright pleaded guilty to lying to the leaks of classified information. he admitted to providing top secret information to two journalists. cartwright could face up to six months behind bars. and the fbi notes reveal a close aide to hillary clinton at the state department contacted the fbi to try and get the classification of material on her private server lowered. in exchange, the fbi would get to deploy more agents in foreign countries. the deal never went through.
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want to influence the election through a hacking threat. jeff pegues reports. >> reporter: two years ago, top russian general valery gerasimov who has president vladimir putin's area called for a new kind of warfare. in a military journal gerasimov wrote about using covert and propaganda tactics to turn a thriving state into a victim of foreign intervention, causing it adam meyers the head of intelligence for crowd strike said gerasimov's doctrine is behind the recent attacks on the democratic national committee. >> imagine that on election night the results come out. >> reporter: meyers a u.s. official fear that's exactly
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one state. and that could trigger enough of reaction that we might call for, say, a complete recount. >> reporter: helen purcell, the elections recorder for maricopa county, arizona, says an easy way to stop the hackers is to keep the voting machines offline. so this is not in any way connected to the internet? >> no, no. they use paper ballots. so even on the touch screen machines, you have a tape of everything that happens on that machine so that can be verified. accused the russians of using similar tactics in other countries including ukraine, during its 2014 presidential election. and while the russians have denied the allegations, we're told president obama is considering retaliating with sanctions or in cyber attacks. jeff pegues, cbs news, washington. well, coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a look at how leaders
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stand in the election. plus, how older truck drivers are becoming a potential danger on highways. and gayle talked with singer mike posner about his long awaited second album. that's the "cbs morning news" for this tuesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. ie green.
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still ahead... it hasn't happened in 20 years... but could arizona turn blue this presidential election.coming up... what new polls are showing about donald trump and hillary clinton. and then... a valley company is under fire this morning. what they're accused of doing to customers... and their employees. and then... what will happen to the historic metrocenter mall?hear what the ners and... paul horton is washing cars out at desert ridge marketplace all week long... raising money forbig brothers big sisters of central arizona. we'll be checking in with him. good morning.. it's... tuesday october 18th.i'm preston philips. and... i'm yetta gibson. thanks for waking up with us here on cbs5 in the next ten minutes we're going to get you completely prepared for the day with the news you need to know.let's get right to ian with your forecast.


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