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for others you can check back with us later for the morning with us later for the morning news and of course, cbs captioning funded by cbs with us later for the morning news and of course, cbs tz captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, january 31st, 2018. this is the "cbs morning news." we have gone forward with a clear vision and a righteous mission, to make america great again for all americans. president trump calls for unity during his state of the union speenks bch, but the divi was clear between the democrats and republicans in the house chamber. plus it turns out the erroneous missile alert that went out all over hawaii was no
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accident. and there's no flying the friendly skies for this bird. a woman is stopped trying to board a plane with her meeemotil is up fort peacock? good morning from the 57 news studio from cbs news headquarters. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. in his first state of the u.n. address president trump expressed optimism. he warned about the dangers posed by north korea and immigration reform. hena doba is on capitol hill. hena, good morning. good morning, anne-marie. amongst the topics he dove a little deeper was immigration. his stoons that may well dictate whether the government will face another shutdown as soon as next week. >> the state of our union is strong because our people are strong. >> the state of our uni strong because our people are
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strongweek. >> the state of our union is strong because our people are strong. >> president trump in his first state of the union address touted all areas he sees as successes. job creation, stockmarket gains, tax cuts. the hot topic button that could bring a shutdown in another week, immigration. >> tonight i'm extending an open hand to work with members of both parties. >> as expected he called for construction of a southern border wall and an end to visa lotteries and family immigration. he offered a path to citizenship for some illegal immigrants. >> those who show education and good moral character can become officially of the united states. >> he told daca dreamers, quote, we will -- he then went after the divisi
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divisiveness of the president's first year. >> bullies may land a punch, they may leave a mark, but they never, not once, in the history of our united states managed to match the strength and spirit of our people united in defense of their future. >> on the issue both sides applauded, president trump called for a $1.5 trillion infrastructure spending plan, although, he did not talk much where that money would come from. he signed an executive order from the obama administration reversing keeping guantanamo bay open. >> hena doba on capitol hill. thank you so much, hena. during the president's address, members of the congressional black caucus staged a silent protest. many wore a cloth in opposition of the president's feelings on black nation. some women wore black to raise aware about sexual violence and harassment.
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when the president entered, some stood, others did not. ahead on "cbs this morning," we will discuss the president's speech with democratic senator joe manchin of west virginia and florida republican marco rubio. now to that classified memo members of the house intelligence committee voted to release. the "associated press" reports following the state of the union address, president trump was overheard telling a member of congress that he was 100% in favor of releasing the document. the white house got the four-page memo written by republicans monday night. the president has five days to decide whether to release it to the public. the memo alleges surveillance abuses by the fbi and department of justice on members of the trump campaign. democrats say it's nothing more than a method to distract from the investigation on russian meddling. >> this is not transparency. this is a misleading document where they're hiding materials. >> the more people know what's going on with our government including the fbi and the justice department, particularly to make sure that politics don't
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interfere in their work breeds -- or will bring about greater respect for government. >> democrats have written their own document to counter republicans' claims. that employee of the hawaii emergency management agency who issued a false alert of a missile attack had a history of problems on the job. federal and state reports on the incident revealed he had mistakenly believed drills for tsunami and fire warnings were actual events and colleagues were not comfortable working with him. but despite the issues, management kept him on the job for a decade. chris martinez reports. >> reporter: on saturday, january 13th, they warned of an unofficial imminent missile attack. it stood uncorrected for 38 minutes. at the time they said a worker
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had pushed the button accidentally. both found the employee in question did not know it was a drill and intentionally issued a real alert complete with the phrase, this is not a drill. that still unidentified worker has since been fired. >> employee one said he didn't know it was an exercise even though five others that were in the warning point room at that time heard exercise, exercise. >> reporter: investigators called the incident the result of a combination of human error and inadequate safeguards. they also faulted poor supervision and lack of management with h's system. the administrator resigned. >> it was confusing on who was in charge, who's giving out the orders, who's supposed to follow up and do the procedures. >> reporter: the hawaiian governor david ige said he only
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recently learned the specifics of what happened. >> this effort is the beginning of our effort to restore the public's trust. >> reporter: the governor says they've already started to implement the changes recommended in the reports. chris martinez, cbs news, los texas. los angeles. the governor of texas has ordered a criminal investigation into the karolyi ranch. in the past six weeks multiple victims say they were abused by larry nassar while they were training there. usa gymnastics cut ties with the ranch last month. last week he was sentenced to 175 years in prison. he returns to court today to face another sentence for molesting gymnasts. three people were killed when a helicopter crashed into a house in southern california. the house was in newport beach and the crash occurred shortly after takeoff. four people were onboard. the pilot survived.
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a bystander on the ground outside the house was injure and the crash is under investigation. coming up on the "morning news," the las vegas massacre investigation, a second man is being named a person of interest in the concert attack. and saving puerto rico. lawmakers issue a desperate plea. this is the "cbs morning news." now? watch me. ♪ think i'd give up showing these guys how it's done? please. real people with active psoriatic arthritis are changing the way they fight it... they're moving forward with cosentyx®. it's a different kind of targeted biologic. it's proven to help people find less joint pain and clearer skin. don't use if you are allergic to cosentyx. before starting cosentyx you should be checked for tuberculosis. an increased risk of infections and lowered ability to fight them may occur. tell your doctor if you have an infection or symptoms of an infection.
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daniels remained evasive and joked around during the interview. mr. trump's lawyer reportedly paid her $130,000 no 216 to keep her from discussing the alleged affair. puerto rico's lifeline may soon be cut and another person of interest in the vegas shooting massacre. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. the "las vegas review journal" report names a search warrant named a second person of interest in the las vegas shooting massacre. it included the name of douglas haig outside his home in arizona. records show haig owned a company called specialized military ammunition, which is now closed. haig's girlfriend marilou danley was earlier a person of interest.
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fema is planning to cut off aid today. nine u.s. representatives from florida joined the state's two senators in urging the trump administration to keep distributing water and food. hurricane maria devastated the island four months ago. about 35% of puerto rico's pop ligs still has no power. "people" magazine says "glee" star mark salling was found dead by suicide a month before his sentencing on child porn charges. they discovered his body hanging from a tree yesterday in a las vegas riverbed area. salling pleaded guilty last month to child porn. he was expected to serve up to seven years in prison. the "washington post" reports the dea is issuing a new crackdown on pharmacies and opioid overprescribers. a surge of dea agents and investigators will focus on pharmacies and subscribers.
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session says the dea will examine data from reports it collects every year from drug manufacturers and distributors. and "time" says philadelphia and boston are fanning enemy foods because of a rivalry. in boston a craft beer is pulling philadelphia craft beers from their shelves. a boston bakery is banning philadelphia cream cheese and a philly bakery has done away with boston cream doughnuts offering what it calls a creamed boston doughnut instead. still to come, tackling health care. how amazon is teaming up with two other companies to reshape the industry. industry. (laughter) let's ask the experts. i feel as clean as a shimmering mermaid. that's because only cottonelle® has cleanripple® texture. designed to clean better... how cottonelle® do you feel? un-stop right there! i'm about to pop a cap of "mmm fresh" in that washer.
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it pulled indices lower. motorcycle manufacturer harley davidson slumped after announcing it would close a kansas city plant. take a look at the broader markets. the dow tumbled 362 points. the s&p 500 finish third degree 2 points lower, the nasdaq lost 64 points. health insurance care dropped after the plans were announced. they announced plans to create a company with affordable health care. details are unclear but benefits experts speculate the new company could be a system that bypasses insurance companies altogether and contracts directly with doctors and hospitals. facebook is banning ads for all cryptocurrency including bitcoin. the new policy what facebook describes as misleading and desepive practices. they're attempting to block what's describe as financial products and services frequently
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associated with leading and deceptive practices. it included phrases like use your retirement funds to buy bitcoin. meanwhile as i announced earlier harley-davidson's shares took a hit after it announced its closing its kansas city plant. aiming for a revival. they plan to quiet the roar and develop electric bike technology. they hope to launch first electric bike within 18 months. >> and a woman who tried to board a flight with her emotional support peacock was turned away. this happened saturday at new york liberty international airport. the passenger said she bought a ticket for her peacock dexter so the flight from new york to los angeles. united said the big bird didn't meet the guidelines and it had been explained to the passenger three times before she arrived at the airport. dexter's instagram account says his human friends ended up driving him cross-country. anne-marie? >> i'm going go out out on a
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limb and say since they usually fly short distances and under their own power, he was probably relieved of some anxiety himself because he didn't have to take that flight. >> dexter's like, phew. >> peacocks don't fly that much. diane king hall at the new york stock exchange. thank you so much, diane. >> thank you. still ahead, renter beware. how a new high-tech scam uses airbnb to swindle apartment hunters. high-tech scam uses airbnb to swinldle apartment hunters. t been to the grocery store in weeks meal", please. (yawning) (sniff) (clatter, thud) you said 2 sausage mcmuffin with egg and 2 small iced caramel macchiatos for just $10. exactly. 'sup, fellas. hey, man. 'sup. oh, wait... build whatever meal you want with favorites on mcdonald's new $1 $2 $3 dollar menu. ( ♪ ) with favorites on mcdonald's new $1 $2 $3 dollar menu. unlike ordinary toothpaste, colgate total fights bacteria on teeth, tongue, cheeks and gums.
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an incredible 80-foot game-winning shot by an illinois teenager. the last-second shot by blake peters won the game for evanson high school, 45-44. the crowd went wild. well, there is an old scam going around, but it has a new twist, con artists looking to rip off apartments but now they're using airbnbs. our boston station has that sto story. >> is it tough to look at this house? >> it really is. >> reporter: tough because this is where jenny thought she would be move in with her 5-year-old daughter jess. jenny was the victim of an elaborate rental scam. she found the one-bedroom apartment on a popular website. someone posing as the owner said she was out of town but jenny could have the unit. she just needed to come up with $1,600 for a security deposit and first month's rent.
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she was told the entire traction would be handled through airbnb. >> she said because it was through airbnb, i was thinking that's a legitimate agency. >> reporter: she followed the specific payment instructs and put it on a sri ka card. the pictures were fake and so were the e-mails that appeared to come from airbnb. they've seen this kind of scam explode nationwide. this e-mail jenny received looks like it's coming from customer service, but take a closer look and you see it's coming from a fake consultant dot-com instead of an >> this person not only messed with my money, but they also messed with the time that i can give my daughter. >> reporter: the story does take a happy turn. a friend started an online page for jenny, raising thousands of dollars, enough for jenny and her daughter to finally find a new home.
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because you never know when life... ...will change. get covered today. our top story this morning, in his first state of the union address president trump spoke of his immigration plan and warned of the dangers of north korea, and painted a unified country moving forward. >> all of us together as one team, one people, and one american family can do anything. we all share the same home, the same heart, the same destiny, and the same great american flag. >> in the democratic response congressman joe kennedy iii talked about a rollback of civil rights, calling the president's
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response a rebuke of the highest american ideal, and in his report following the state of the union address, he told a member of congress he's 100% in favor of releasing that classified memo. the white house received the memo monday night. the president has five days to decide whether to release it to the public. federal canine teams across the country are in minneapolis to add security to the super bowl this sunday. jennifer mayerle of our minneapolis station wcco caught up with one team. capretto calls his canine king the best. >> king is an explosive detectives dog. >> their job is to walk the super bowl. in the skyway and outside. >> the dog can easily walk in crowds. when people approach king, they
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just see king being all lovable. they don't understand that he's smelling their bags, their purse, and the air around them. he's vigilant all the time. >> reporter: it's part of the counterterrorism unit and they keep big events moving if a bag or box needs to be checked. >> if we didn't have dogs, we'd have to stop, clear the area, have the explosives detection team come in, examine the bag, and then continue on. >> reporter: king has swept for celebrities and presidents and vice presidents. he often captures the attention of people who spot him. he's so popular he has his own instagram account, but his job is as serious as it comes. >> if king misses something, people get hurt, or worse, killed. that's why so much faith has to be put in from my perspective with that dog. i trust him with my life. >> that was jennifer mayerle
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reporting. coming up on "cbs this morning," child development experts are urging facebook to pull the plug on its new messaging app aimed at kids. we'll look at one family's experience with the app. plus, the very last slave ship to bring human cargo from africa to the u.s. nearly 160 years after it disappeared. mark strassmann has the story. and the comedians behind the hit podcast "two dope queens" are bringing their show to hbo. we'll talk with jessica williams and phoebe robinson. that's the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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it's wednesday, january 31st i'm kenny choi.
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and i'm michelle griego. time is 4-- here's neda iranpour with a check of weather. crews are still on the scene of a scrapyard fire, at a metal business in is a supermoon and the second full moon of the month and it that i cans is a blue moon. and the valleyli


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