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>> that'ss going to do it for te ovovovt captioning funded by cbs it's friday, july 14th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." president trump enjoying the city of light, but the russian controversy is overshadowing mr. trump's paris visit. murder confession. the pennsylvania man suspected of being involved in the disappearance of four men is talking to police. and venus williams is heading to the wimbledon final, becoming the oldest finalist in more than two decades.
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. president trump wraps up a two-day visit to paris today by taking part in bastille day celebrations, but the investigation into possible collusion between the trump campaign and russia cast a shadow over the president's trip. mr. trump again defending his son's meeting with a russian lawyer, but lawmakers from two senate committees say they want to hear from donald trump jr. jane ferguson is in paris with more. good morning, jane. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. president trump is currently watching this bastille day parade that's going on behind me, and just under 200 american soldiers will take part this year. that's because this year marks 100 years since the u.s. joined the allied forces in world war i. but as you say, the growing scandal back home has cast a long shadow over the
president's day here. president trump in paris helping to celebrate bastille day quickly found leaving the country did not also mean leaving behind questions surrounding russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. >> as far as my son is concerned, my son is a wonderful young man. >> reporter: the president defended donald trump jr. regarding a meeting he had with a russian lawyer promising damaging information on hillary clinton. >> zero harped from the meeting, and honestly i think the press made a very big deal over something that really a lot of people would do. >> reporter: now not one but two senate panels want the president's son to testify. >> we've had trump campaign officials all say they've had no contacts with russians, there's nothing to look at here, until the evidence comes out that there were meetings with russians. >> reporter: back here in paris as people start to gather to celebrate the military parade,
the hope is that president trump's visit will help smooth over a fractious relationship between two leaders. french president macron's invitation was an over to commemorate the entry of american troops into the world war. a policy many in europe fear president trump is retreating from. >> something could happen with respect to the paris accord. we'll see what happens. >> reporter: the president actually hinted at a willingness to reverse course on his decision to pull out of the global paris climate agreement. we're soon expecting another military flyover here in paris. eight american military planes will take part in that. after that it's expected that president trump will return to washington. anne-marie? >> jane ferguson in paris. thank you so much, jane. well, ahead on "cbs this morning," we'll talk with cbs political contributor bob schieffer about the trump
campaign, russia, possible collusion, and the president's response. this morning the revised republican health care bill to replace obamacare is one vote away from failure. it's even unclear if gop senate leaders will be able to gather enough votes to be able to begin debate next week. nancy cordes talked to some skeptical lawmakers. >> reporter: the response about the holdout to plan b was cautious at best. >> we're going to come up with a decision and see if there's any improvement. >> reporter: two republicans, moderate susan collins and conservative rand paul quickly announced their opposition, leaving gop leaders one vote shy of defeat. do you think the new version is better than the old version? >> no, i think it's worse. i mean the old version repealed most of the obamacare taxes. this repeals about half the obamacare taxes. >> reporter: the new bill
reinstates the taxes to help pay $45 billion in new opioid funding, but it does not reverse the bill's deep cuts to medicaid, the big sticking point for moderates like ohio's rob portman. >> we're still working on ways to ensure that folks currently covered under the current medicaid have options. >> reporter: the only republican who went from no to yes was ted cruz of texas who got a provision inserted allowing insurers to offer low cost bare bones plans. >> if next year, the year after we have people back home who see their premiums drop 10%, 20%, 30%, that's a big win and it's a win for evan. >> reporter: many republicans told us they're withholding judgment until the congressional office releases their analysis early next week. they're a little gun-shy after the cbo projected the original version would have left 22 million more americans without coverage. nancy cordes, cbs news, capitol hill.
education secretary betsy devos is considering whether to change federal rules on investigating claims of sexual assault on college campuses. yesterday devos met with victims of sexual assault and those who were falsely accused and disciplined. the rules implemented in 2011 lowered the standard of proof for sexual assault and all but denied cross-examination of witnesses. devos says the system isn't working. >> we'll get to work to figure out the best way to solve this problem, to stop and reduce dramatically sexual harassment and assault while respecting due process and the rule of law. >> many of those who oppose the obama-era rules say they want assault cases handled by the criminal justice system, not university administrators. there's been a confession in the murders of four young men in pennsylvania. brook silva-braga with the details. good morning. >> good morning. cosmo dinardo said he was sorry. he confessed to taking part in
the killings of those four missing men. dinardo told prosecutors where the bodies were buried. the boremains were located on a farm owned by his parents north of philadelphia. >> he admitted to his participation or the commission of the four murders. additionally in lieu of that and in favor of that, the commonwealth will not be seeking the death penalty. >> reporter: the four men disappeared last week. only the remains of 19-year-old dean finocchiaro have been identified. a source tells the "associated press" dinardo sold the men marijuana before they were killed and that he felt cheated or threatened during the tractions. the associated press also reports a co-conspirator is involved, and police say dinardo
w who's suffering from schizophrenia is being helded on a $5 million bond on gun possession charges and trying to sell one of the victims' cars. anne-marie? >> brook silva braga in new york. thanks brook. more thunderstorms are on tap from mississippi valley to the american states. another round of storms dumped up to 3 inches of rain. some areas were hit with an inch and a half of rain in just 30 minutes. drivers in indianapolis got stuck in high water, and one wisconsin town was flooded. 10,000 people lost power. windy weather in amarillo, texas, fanned a wildfire into a fire tornado. the fire began yesterday afternoon. it burned for several hours near the amarillo airport. no one was injured and no buildings were damaged. well, coming up on the "morning news" now, tragedy in the caribbean. a tourist is killed by a blast from a jetliner taking off. and special bond. two former presidents share fond memories of the white house. this is the "cbs morning news."
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now, why do i have a friendship with him? because he's called a brother with a different mother. he hanging out -- >> because when you campaign -- >> he hangs out in maine more than i do. >> george w. bush and bill clinton shared lessons they learned in the white house with a new generation of leaders. the old friends chatted on stage yesterday at bush's presidential center in dallas. they honored 60 graduating members of the presidential skop arship program. another former president is hospitalized, and a tourist is killed by a jet engine blast. those are some of the stories on the morning newsstand. the "washington post" says that jimmy carter is feeling better after being hospitalized.
he was feeling fanlts visiting a house. president trump personal lawyer plans to apologize for the "washington post" says president trump's personal lawyer plans to apologize for sending threatening e-mails with profanity. he's handling the special responses to the russian meddling. "stuff" of new zealand reports that a caribbean tourist was killed by the blast of a departing jet airliner. a woman was slammed into a wall yesterday at sint maarten. the airport on the tiny island is less than 200 feet from the beach. the "las vegas sun," the the emergency move okayed yesterday will speed up the licensing of pot distributors. demand for pot has been overwhelming since it became
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jpmorgan, and wells fargo that are out due today. yesterday the dow hit a record closing up 20 points. the s&p finished 4 points higher and the nasdaq added 13 points. social security recipients can expect their biggest increase this year in january. the increase is to be 2.2%. that's about $28 a month for the average recipient. this year the rise is just 0.3%. and medicare part b premiums are expected to remain unchanged. most participants pay $134 a month. arconic, the company that provided the siding panels for the high-rise that caught fire last month is being sued in the u.s. at least 80 people died in the grenfell blaze. stop stock fell at least 20%. arconic shareholder filed the class action lawsuit alleging shareholders were mislead about the safety. it's common for shareholders to sue after stock prices drop unexpect unexpectedly. on again and off again.
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our top stories this morning. cosmo dinardo's attorney says he's confessed to participating in the murder of four missing pennsylvania men. dinardo told police where the bodies were buried. prosecutors waived the death penalty. reports say he acted or felt threatened after wrapping up a drug deal. the president is in paris wrapping up a two-day event and taking part in the bastille day celebration. the president defended donald trump jr.'s meeting with a russian lawyer who was promising damaging information about hillary clinton. members of both the senate judiciary and intelligence
committee want to hear from the president's son. they're expected to be hard hit by the proposed cuts. omar villafranca went to kentucky coal country. >> this one is for my immune system. >> reporter: every day kathy collins has to take 27 pills in her fight against autoimmune disease, lupus. 50-year-old collins lived in louisville, kentucky, with her sister. collins is on a fixed income and uses medicaid to pay her mou mountimoun mounting medical bills. what would your medical bills look like without medicate? >> last year they were $945,000. >> nothing we've advocated so far that would cause anybody currently on medicaid to be taken off of medicaid. >> reporter: that was senate majority leader mitch mcconnell of kentucky, trying to calm fears about the future of medicaid. under obamacare, kentucky expanded medicaid and cut the uninsured rate from 14% to
almost 6%, but right now the bill calls for significant cuts in federal funding of state medicaid programs. to make up for the loss. kentucky governor matt bevin has proposed changing the requirements to qualify for medicaid, which could cause people to lose coverage. at louisville shawnee christian medical center, 7,000 are on medicaid. >> folks splay to decide between a doctor's visit and putting food on the table for their family. >> reporter: collins, a republican who voted for both senator mcconnell and governor bevin, is now truly worried about losing her coverage. >> i'm sure mitch mcconnell don't have to worry about his medical bills or governor bevin, but real people have to. >> reporter: omar villafranca, cbs news, jenkins, kentucky. coming up on "cbs this morning," high-speed chases involved police can sometimes lead to injuries or deaths of innocent bystanders.
ahead, the new report that warns of police pursuits and why one critic says cops only add to the danger. plus, what the internet knows about you and what you can do to stop it. we will talk with nicholas thompson, the editor in chief of "wired." and we'll take you behind the wheel of the new $3 million bugatt chiron. that's the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com
speaking of beauties, let's talk to jaclyn and roberta! >> ah! [ laughter ] >> how is everyone? >> good morning. >> charming. >> happy friday! >> happy friday, yeah, we made it, huh? >> i know. [ crosstalk ] >> i think we have more clothes on than you do at home right now. but that's okay. i don't want to think about that. no, no! [ laughter ] >> let's check the current conditions outside right now. we have fog that's reaching to the south bay this morning. san jose, good morning to you, 59 degrees. otherwise a cool spot, santa rosa at 52. we do have a heat advisory. we want to tell you about that. this goes into effect this weekend for those yellow highlighted areas basically away from the bay where we'll see triple-digit heat, very low humidity, dry wind