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mornin" captioning funded by cbs it's monday, june 25 it's monday, june 25th, 2018. this is the "cbs morning ews." on the border, protests outside annt iigra tt entyci detained as president trump takes a hard line against illegal immigration. in northern california, a wildfire that destroyed a dozen buildings threatens hundreds more. and protesters in minneapolis demand justice for a black man shot and killed by police.
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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. the department of homeland security says it knows the location of all children in custody who were separated from mexicoparents at the u.s./ border. meanwhile president trump is not backing down from his hard line stance on illegal immigration. hena dough be is here in new york with more. good morning, hena. >> good morning, anne-marie. parents who have been reunited with their children now have the option of being deported together. now because of confusion and lack of coordination between government agencies, activists say parents were being removed from the u.s. and their children were left behind. on sunday the president tweeted that the u.s. cannot allow all of these people to invade our country.w,ith no judges or cour cases, bring them back from where they came.
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democrat senator elizabeth warren responded to the tweet after touring a facility in south texas. >> a woman comes here with her 4-year-old son and says i am asking for amnesty. i'm threatened by gangs in my home country. we should at least give her a hearing. >> some republicans question the zero tolerance policy. the policy separated morehan t parents before president trump signed an executive order last week. the order detains families together while parents wait for a court hearing. a texas charity that helps border crossers says 32 parents separated from their children were freed yesterday after charges. an enunciation house says reuniting families is going to be difficult. >> they're not going to be able to talk to their children or talk to anyone who's going to be able to give them any information.
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oklahoma republican james lankford said the children are being tracked. aews pollays n bs48% believe c it's a high priority to reunite families. democratic senator chuck schumer says president trump should appoint a guard to oversee the multiple agencies involved with illegal immigrants. the departments of justice, health and human services, homeland security, and defense all play a role. anne-marie. >> hena doba here in new york. thank you, hena. at the border south of el paso, texas, separated children are being detained in tents. mireya villarreal is there with more on the complicated reunification process. >> reporter: hundreds of in te "free the children" near the border entry gates sunday morning. the city is in a desolate part of the border 40 miles outside of el paso. in a release the age they have a process to ensure n
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that family members know the location of their children and have regular communication after separation, but federal public defenders in el paso say in a number of zero tolerance criminal cases, their clients have not been told where their children are. so when the president says the stories of grief are overexaggerated at the border, how would you contend with that? >> i will say, mr. president come to el paso and i'll show you stories of grief and sadness. they're not phony and not made up for the people who don't know where their 4-year-old child is. >> reporter: saturday a delegation of both republican and democratic politicians toured the site that's currently anusing hundre of dsun accomp 23 of them were recently separated from their families, and there are at least seven girls inside most surprising as you walked through there, what really kind of caught your eye?
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>> you know, just the fact that you look around. i mean we're in the middle of the desert and you've got a tent city here. i think it's in many ways a monument to the failure of the federal government. >> reporter: hhs also says separated children are able to communicate with their parent or guardian. cbs confirms those calls are limited to twice a week, ten minutes apiece. >> we need to make congress that the trump administration provides a full and comprehens sive liurst of e single child and their parents so that we can go then and audit and make sure that everybody is reunited. >> reporter: the federal government says it knows exactly where the children are and the agencies are talking to each other, but they also say what slows down the process is confirming that someone who wants to talk to one of these children is an actual parent or legal guardian. mireya villarreal, cbs news, el paso, texas. ahead on the "cbs this morning," continuing coverage on the debate and president trump's border policy. high winds are fanning
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multiple fires in norern california. the pawnee fire has destroyed buildings. it's thrtened 60mo. the fire has burned more than 0 ac thousands have been told to evacuate. there are at least four large fires burning in the area. the sheriff's office in reading says the creek fire is considered suspicious in nature and are searching for a vehicle that may be connected. two minneapolis police officers are on administrative leave following the deadly shooting of a black man. police say the man was armed and dangerous as police pursued him saturday. as nikki battiste reports the incident has sparked protest. >> reporter: these anti-police chants interrupted sunday's p.r.i.d.e. parade in minneapolis. the outrage comes after a police officer shot and killed 31-year-old thurman blevins saturday evening.
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according the a facebook post by the minneapolis police department, one 911 caller reported a man firing a gun into the air and into the ground. another caller saud he was shooting a silver 9 millimeter handgun. john elder is with the minneapolis police department. >> a foot chase ensued which ended in shots being fired. the armed suspect was pronounced dead at the scene. >> reporter: locals protested peacefully at the scene right after the shooting in front of a line of officers standing sil t silently. minneapolis mayor jacob frey addressed the community. >> regardless of what happened tonight, the hester cal trauma on communities conflicted in color is never far from every facet of o livur >> reporter: this shooting comes one week after another police officer shot and killed 17-year-old antwon rose in pittsburgh, pennsylvania.
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>> strained relations between law enforcement officials and the communities they serve, especially communities of color, have exacted a toll on the very soul of our city, of our state, and of our nation. >> reporter: nikki battiste, cbs news. white house press secretary sarah sanders is receiving backlash for posting a complaint online about a restaurant from her official white house twitter account. sanders tweeted she was asked to leave a virginia restaurant friday because of her work with the administration. walter schaub, the former director of the u.s. office of government ethics, said sanders violated public ethic laws by using her official account to criticize a restaurant. she said it's the same as if an atf agent pulled out a badge when a restaurant tried to throw him or her out. sap ders has not responded to schaub's accusations. some lawmakers are reacting to the restaurant incident. >> as far as the restaurant incident, i think the restaurant owner should have served her, i
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really do. >> democratic congressman elijah cummings said sanders' rejection interest t from the restaurant is part of the ugly tone of incy vilt in the u.s. coming up on the cbs, a woman dubbed permanent patty calling the cops on a girl selling water. and roseanne opens up on her controversial tweet. she expresses remorse. this is the "cbs morning news." roseanne opens up on her controversial tweet. she expresses remorse. this is the "cbs morning news." . otezla is not an injection or a cream. it's a pill that treats differently. for psoriasis, 75% clearer skin is achievable with reduced redness, thickness, and scaliness of plaques. and for psoriatic arthritis, otezla is proven to reduce joint swelling, tenderness, and pain. and the otezla prescribing information has no requirement for routine lab monitoring.
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they commemorate riots that erupted in 1969 after police raid gaid bar called the stone wall inn. actress roseanne barr is speaking out and a pharma controversy. a walgreens pharmacist in peoria, arizona, denied a woman miscarriage medicine due to his moral objection. nicole arteaga said she was two months' pregnant when her doctor told her the baby's development had stopped and she'd miscarry. she went to pick up her prescription at walgreens and she was refused. it was filled at a different walgreens and they apologized to her on how the situation was handled. "newsweek" reports on a white woman called police on an 8-year-old black girl who was selling water near at&t park in san francisco. >> this woman don't want to let
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a little girl sell water. >> illegally selling water without a permit? >> on my property? >> it's not your property. >> the video shows the exchange between the woman and the girl's mother. the video was posted to twitter and the woman named permanent patty has received harsh criticism. she said she only pretended to make the call and it had nothing to do with race. she said she complained because the girl's mother was allegedly screaming come and buy my water for hours. roseanne barr opened up about her show canceled by abc and called herself a hate magnet. >> i didn't mean what they think i meant and that's what's so painful. >> barr appeared on the rabbi shmuley podcast. it was her first interview since posting what many considered a
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racist tweet about valerie jarrett, a former adviser to president trump. abc says it's moving ahead with a roseanne spin-off without barr. >> and "time" reports jacinda ardern left the hospital after giving birth. the prime minister made her first public appearance yesterday since delivering the baby. she's the second elected world leader to give birth while holding office. the baby girl is named neve, which she says means bright and radiant as well as snow. still ahead, the rising trade conflict. details on a reported plan by the treasury department to prevent u.s. technology from being shipped to china. he treasury department to prevent technology from being shipped to china. ♪ [engine accelerating] ♪ get outta the way! ♪ they've gone wild! ♪ saddle up! ♪
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for the patient and the dentist. here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. on the "cbs moneywatch," jurassic world takes a bite out of the box office and escalating trade fight with china. diane king hall is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, diane. >> good morning, anne-marie. the u.s. treasury department is reportedly drafting restrictions that would block firms with at least 25% chinese ownership from buying u.s. technology firms. the president is also threatening to rescind with trading partners. he said, those countries, quote,
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must remove those barriers and tariffs or be met with reciprocity by the usa. the tweet came two days after the president threatened to impose tariffs on cars. oil and energy were among the strongest performs sectors while tech shares suffered losses. still, the major indices closed lower for the week. all toys "r" us stores will close on or by this friday. the iconic toy retailer announced the countdown on social media. locations have been liquidating nationally since last spring and items are now up to 90% off in some stores. the toy chain could come back if someone buys its brand name. and at the box office, jurassic world fallen kingdom had a $150 million opening weekend.
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>> hey, blue. you know me. come with me. >> the blockbuster surpassed expectations but didn't catch up to the record-breaking $280 million debut its predecessor had in to 15. incredibles 2 was knocked to two with $80 million. oceans eight came in third. >> diane king hall at the new york stock exchange. thank you so much, diane. >> thank you. still to come, bicycle safety. tips for keeping your child safe this summer as they hit the bike path.
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dog contest was held saturday near san francisco. the 9-year-old pit dog named zsa zsa won. her owner found her on a petfinder site. she took home $15,000 for the win. now that summer is over, kids are jumping on their bicycles, but new research sews thousands of children are hurt every year by biking. nikki battiste visited a class teaching bicycling safety. >> reporter: 12-year-old calle morales is learning the basics of riding a bike on this field trip. >> if you don't do these things, you could really get hurt. >> reporter: she and her classmates are taking a safety and cycling class offered by new york. >> we're offering it to people all over new york city to teach bike skill, safety knowledge, and the rules of the road. >> reporter: a new study from nationwide children's hospital shows 25 kids are treated in the emergency rooms every hour for bike-related injuries.
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>> the most common types were to the upper ex-trim cities, but we saw cuts, bruises, fractures, scrapes, and also traumatic brain injuries. >> reporter: the study looked at children ages 5 to 17 over a ten-year period. the doctor says brain injuries account for 11% of all brain injuries. >> the 10 to 14-year-olds do not wear the helmets. they were the group that was injured the most. >> reporter: fewer than half of the states in the u.s. have bike helmet laws, eveugh studi show wea amet reduces injuries andps keep kids safer.ghto >>ir the strap. it has to be two fingers wide. >> reporter: researches say kids are more likely to put on a helmet if they see their parents wearing one, so it's critical to set a good example. nikki battiste, cbs news, new york. coming up on "cbs this morning," backyard chickens are on the rise in urban areas across the country.
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our top stories this morning. president trump is not backing down on his hard line stance on illegal immigration. he tweeted we cannot allow all of these people to invade our country. meanwhile the department of homeland security says it knows the location of all families separated at the u.s./mexico border. >> and at least four major wildfires are burning in northern california. the pawnee fire is threatening over 600 buildings. it burned over 100. the fire broke out saturday and has burned at least 7,700 acres. thousands are under evacuation orders. it's a new era in saudi arabia. women are people allowed to drive themselves in a vehicle if they get permission. as holly williams reports,
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saudi women still have a long way to go on the rhodes to equality. >> reporter: at the stroke of midnight, the second it became legal for them to get behind the wheel, these groundbreaking saudi women hit the gas. some of the first in this islamic kingdom to get their license. >> it's an amazing feeling to finally be here, to be able to live this moment. it's truly a historic moment. >> i'm so happy, thrilled, and excited. >> reporter: it's been 28 years since a small group of brave saudi women began demanding the right to drive, protesting by illegally taking the wheel and risking arrest, but they didn't get anywhere until the arrival of saudi arabia's newly reformed crown prince, mohamed bin salman. he's also allowed girls to play sports in public schools, opened cinemas for the first time in decades, encouraged more women
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to join the work force, and permitted music to be performed in public. ♪ >> reporter: but for saudi women, true legal equality is a long way off. they still need a male relative's permission to travel overseas or get married. and in this deeply conservative country, some women won't be allowed to drive by their husbands and fathers regardless of the law. in recent weeks, the saudi government has also arrested several women's rights campaigners, accusing them of conspiring against the authorities. holly williams, cbs news, riyadh, saudi arabia. coming up on "cbs this morning," there's been a surge of women running for office since the last election. we'll ask the youngest woman ever elected to congress about how she's trying to recruit other republican women to run. plus, backyard chickens are on the rise in urban eras across the country. we'll show you how people in
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silicon valley are flocking to raise chickens. and tired teenagers may be jeopardizing their future health. we'll talk with sleep expert matthew walker about why a good night's rest may help prevented heart disease. that's the "cbs morning news" for this monday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac --
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mcdonald's new fresh beef has left jimmy speechless. so here is charles barkley to speak for him. how'd they make a burger this terrific four words: cooked. when. you. order. that's right. they don't cook it until little jimmy tells 'em to. little jimmy doesn't see cheese that melty on a burger every day. and boy is it juicy. shhhh.... little jimmy, don't talk with your mouth full, it sounds terrible. the new hotter, juicier fresh beef quarter pounder burgers. so good, they'll leave you speechless. i'm michelle griego. live from the bay area studios, this is kpix news. good morning. it is monday, you are taking a live lookout of the beautiful sparkling day, bridge. it is just about 430 in the
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morning, after a really warm weekend. >> very nice. >> we are all coming off of the pride parade. and the weather was perfect for it i will have to say, it felt pretty good. a little breeze to help keep things cool. >> we reach 106 on saturday in some locations. it is not going to be like that this week. we are dealing with a little bit of onshore breeze. that means low cloud coverage right along the coast, i'll show you that in our visibility map. temperatures slightly coolly today and are warm air is not going to return until friday, saturday so it will take a few days. the next few days will be very difficult for the san francisco bay area with morning cloud coverage and then sunny in the afternoons.


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