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break overnight. a driver plowed his van into a london mosque just as midnight prayers were ending for ramadan. >> they did it on purpose. they did it exactly after the hour of prayer. >> several people are hurt and the driver is in custody. bt this morning witnesses and survivors are slamming the officials' response. and the navy confirms the identities of the seven people killed off the coast of japan. this morning details of the resa may is
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expected to hold a meeting later today, meg. >> thank you. we're learning more about the desperate efforts to keep a navy ship afloat. the seven sailors have been identified. the victims may have been killed by the impact or drowned as seawater poured in. as the water poured in, they discovered the remains of several sailors. cbs news has learned they were the seven crew members missing since their destroyer co-lighted with a much larder filipino container ship off the coast saturday. the naesh has confirmed the names of the seven victims. the youngest is 19-year-old nay
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virginia navy dakota bixby. the search for the ship's survivors is now over. >> it was traumatic. as to how much warning they had, i don't know. >> he said many crew members were asleep when the crash happened. it was severely damaged letting water flood inside. the crew fought to keep the warship floating as tugboats towed it back to shore. >> the crew prevented it from foundering or sinking. >> three were medevacked including the ship's commanding officer bryce benson
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this morning they said the u.s. must refrain from unilateral actions in syria. one of mr. trump's lawyers says he is not under investigation for obstruction of justice despite the tweet of the president that he was the target of a witch hunt. seth is in london. good morning. >> good morning. it was last fried it appears trump tweeted he was under investigation. quote, i am being investigatedlet that was following a post in
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was in response to a "washington post" peeft. >> jay sekulow said on "face the nation" and other broadcasts that the president's tweet was not an admission but was specifically directed at the "washington post" story about expanding that investigation into russia's investigation meddling. he also said he was not notified of anything. he could not say for sure with that president trump was not under investigation because he can't meet robert mueller's mind. >> seth, thank you.
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he and four others were fired. scalise is awake and speaking with his family. two people were killed when gunmen stormed a resort in the west african nation of mawly. mawly officials say this was a terrorist attack. 36 were arrested. two of the attackers were shot but two escaped. a fast moving fire in portugal kill at least 52 people. the victims were trying to outrun the flames saturday night. a huge wall of flames ran over cars and trucks northeast of lisbon. the fire is still going strong and the officials are still searching for more victims. 58 people are confirmed or presumed dead in a massive
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london apartment fire. this drone video from inside the 24-story building was released. it shows apartments were residents were able toe escape. this morning two british ministers said the new exterior used to renovate the building may have been banned under united kingdom building codes. protesters demonstrated in the minnesota city where the jury acquitted a police officer in the fatal shooting of black motorist last year. hundreds marched in st. anthony where he worked. in friday he was not charged with the shooting of fill lan dough castillo. >> our friend did not deserve to die here in this state. across the southwest today,
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the unrelenting heat could reach record levels. heat advisories are up in california, nevada, and utah. a high 115 is forecast in phoenix and temps of 100 in san fernando and vegas. beaches were jammed with people trying to escape higher temperatures inland. in western pennsylvania the problem is flooding. streets were swamped after rare flash flooding on sunday. some cars were stranded in the fast rising waters. >> still ahead on the "morning news," we'll show you the moment the drone finds two lost hikers in colorado. plus, fanning social
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two men who got lost saturday are saved. and the hero they have to thank is a drone. the aircraft scanned wide areas far faster than they could. the hikers and their dog were spotted in just two hours. a teacher's photo with the president becomes a hit on social media, and new developments in the case of a missing muslim girl. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the "washington post" reports a 22-year-old man is accused of-killing a 17-year-old virginia girl. the victim was reported missing early sunday after leaving a mosque with friends. a body believed to be hers was found yesterday in a pond. police say they have no evidence that it was a hate crime. "the wall street journal" says white house adviser jared kushner will visit the middle east on a peace mission.
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president trump's son-in-law will hold talks starting wednesday with palestinian leaders. the white house say nos three-party talks are expected the "missourian" reported more than three dozen people were hurt when a deck collapsed at a lodge. the crowd was standing on a second story deck near flathead lake saturday when it buckled. britain's "guardian" quotes that what an award-winning teacher wanted to tell president trump about gay rights. he posted a photo of his white house visit in april. he's wearing a rainbow pin and holding a fan. he wanted to tell the president that anti-lgbt policies have a body count. the photos have been shared more than 5,000 times. and "vanity fair" says
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some beyonce fans are upset with her father about spilling the beans on their twins' birth yesterday. neither she nor jay z have said anything. several reports say they gave birth to twins saturday. still to come, the tech giant announces plans to step up its fight against terrorist-related videos. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ before fibromyalgia, i was a doer. i was active. then the chronic, widespread pain drained my energy. my doctor said moving more helps ease fibromyalgia pain. she also prescribed lyrica.
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brooks keep ta ties the record and breaks another as he wins the u.s. open. he finished the four-day tournament at 16 under par to tie the mark set by rory mcilroy. and he wins the biggest first place check, $2.1 million. on the "cbs moneywatch" google fights online tor and amazon may soon prevent you from comparison shopping. hena daniels is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, hena. >> good morning, anne-marie. this morning the fed is waiting to hear from william dudley for the latest thinking on monetary policy and the
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economic policy. weaker than expected houses and consumer sentiment slowed the wall street rally. for the week, the dow gained 111 points. the s&p finished point higher, and the nasdaq added 56 points. following news that amazon was buying whole foods for $13.7 billion consumer stock took a hit but sent whole food stocks up over 9 points. it makes amazon a big player in the bricks and mortar success. and if you're shopping on any amazon owned whole foods, they've been awarded a patent to spreenlt you fr prevent you from comparing. they can prevent you from accessing a competitor's website. it can block you or direct you to an amazon approved site. today begins tech week at the white house. president trump will meet with business leaders to discuss work force and tech issues for much
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of this month. this week will focus on issues facing silicon valley. the chief executives of apple, amazon, google, and intel are among those taking part. google is cracking down on ha hate-filled content posted on you teen. google engineers have developed technology to prevent re-uploads of known terrorist content using image matching techniques. and "car 3" raced to the top of the box office. it took in an estimated $53.5 million in ticket sales in its . in its third weekend out, "wonder woman" dropped to second, and in the tupac biopic,
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"all eyes on me," debuted in third place. meg. >> hena daniels at the new york stock exchange. thank you. still ahead, a call for compassi compassion. the dalai lama addresses graduates in san diego and issues a challenge. lactaid. it's the milk that doesn't mess with you. hitting the mid-morning wall? with up to 24 grams of hearty protein jimmy dean bowls help you avoid it. shine on. i know you worry i can't keep up with our weekly tee times. dear son, but i've been taking osteo bi-flex ease.
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the nobel peace prize winner is starting a u.s. tour. i'm meg oliver. this is the "cbs morning news." thmt dana jacobson takes us to a small town in tennessee. i tried hard to quit smoking. but when we brought our daughter home, that was it. now i have nicoderm cq. the nicoderm cq patch with unique extended release technology helps prevent your urge to smoke all day. it's the best thing that ever happened to me. every great why needs a great how. how dixie ultra plates?roved with two pounds of steak. in each hand. dixie ultra. stress tested so you can stress less at dinner. quite lazy student. rilled holes. they release medicine fast,
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our top stories this morning a van ran into pedestrians outside a mosque in north london. this morning's incident is being treated as a potential terrorist attack. ten people were injured, all from the muslim community. >> the van turned left with no indication. at one point he was under the van. he walked around to lift the van up to get this guy off the van. >> a 48-year-old man was behind the wheel. there were no other suspects. he was held by the crowd until police arrived and he is now under arrest. and the remains of seven sailors have been recovered from the flooded sleeping cabins onboard the uss fitzgerald.
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>> the loss of loved ones is something great. this loss is something we all feel. >> the fitzgerald collided with a much larger container ship off the japanese coast. much of the crew was sleeping. the damage was so bad they had to fight to keep the ship afloat. it took place in one of the busiest waterways. the ship's captain suffered a head injury and had to be evacuated. both the u.s. and japan are investigating. summer doesn't officially start until wednesday, but parts of the west and southwest are already broiling in a triple-digit heat wave. it's making conditions even more dangerous for firefighters. danielle nottingham reports. >> reporter: temperatures in parts of california could rise as high as 25 degrees above normal. sizzling heat across the area could make things unhealthy.
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air quality, unhealthy levels of heat and ozone pollution are expected in several inland communities. excessive heat warnings extend to nevada, parts of utah. six firefighters had to be treated for heat-related illness while fighting the high line fire. temperatures are expected to reach 120 degrees. the hottest temperatures will arrive on monday and last through the end of next week in the southern california desert. highs in death valley could soar to 127 degrees. danielle nottingham, cbs news, los angeles. coming up on "cbs this morning," more on president trump and the russia investigation. chip reid has the latest from the white house. plus, peter greenberg shows us how the u.s. is slowly trying to upgrade its rail systems to catch up with the rest of the world. and -- >> reporter: across the country towns and small communities are using sports tournaments to
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help revitalize their economy. i'm dana jacobson. coming up on "cbs this morning," the fish that saved dayton, tennessee. that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm meg oliver. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
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live from the cbs bay area studios, this is kpix 5 news. >> thanks for waking up with us as we take a live look at the bay bridge. hope you had a fantastic weekend. it's monday, june 19th. i'm kenny choi. >> and monday is already here. but it was father's day
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yesterday. >> we had a wonderful father's day and my daughter gave me a gift she made at preschool. and we spent the day at baker beach and saw whales. >> the boys were off with their dad and it's like mother's day now. what a hot weekend. we had 10 record high temperatures yesterday. including 106 in livermore. slow to cool this morning at 74 degrees. we had thunderstorms rumble through the east and north bay trying to cool things down. the thunderstorms are out of here. they moved in from the high sierras. the high sierra is another chance of thunderstorm activity. we have the heat advisory all the way through thursday, so it's been extended. a hot week ahead at the same time cooler

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