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was signed. happy birthday, america, today. >> that's what it's all about. >> your next local update is 7:26. i'm a four-year-old ring bearer with a bad habit of swallowing stuff. still won't eat my broccoli, though. ♪ and if you don't have the right overage, you could be paying for that pricey love band yourself. so get an allstate agent, and be better protected from mayhem. good morning to our viewers like me. in the west. it's wednesday, july 4th, 2018. can a ring bearer get a snack around here? welcome to "cbs this morning." independence day will be red hot discover organic ancient grains, like barley or quinoa. for more than 100 million americans. just add protein and vegetables to create delicious new flavours. the latest on the deadly heat new knorr one skillet meals wave in the east and severe wildfires in the west. don't just eat, discover. the 12 boys trapped in a cave in thailand are gaining strength as rescuers contemplate ways to get them out including a 100-foot underwater dive. i love you, basement but sometimes you stink. we'll talk with a cave rescue expert. febreze air effects doesn't just mask, it cleans away odors. two actors are kidnapped and because the things you love can stink. held for ransom at gunpoint. how the arrest of one suspect on touch shows how we really feel. but does psoriasis ever get in the way? an l.a. freeway caused an online embrace the chance of 100% clear skin with taltz. uproar.
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the trump administration with seven potential crisp leaves of lettuce. candidates for justice anthony freshly made dressing. kennedy's spot on the supreme court. >> we're going to give you a great one, and i think you'll be clean food that looks this good. very impressed. >> republican congressman jim jordan is denying reports he delivered to your desk. now delivering to home or office. panera. food as it should be. ignored sexual abuse disputes while a wrestling coach. >> all that -- >> a sad historical day. >> -- and all that matters. >> president trump kick off the fourth of july holiday paying tribute to the troops. >> let us all remember we're all one people saluting one great american flag. >> -- on "cbs this morning." >> dyer. can he make a catch. yes. and england win on penalties! the last eight of the world cup, and who knows where beyond there. >> england fans, they go crazy. >> i'm over the moon.
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>> announcer: this morning's "eye opener" is presented by toyota. let's go places. and welcome to "cbs this morning" and happy birthday, america. >> happy birthday. >> i'm anthony mason with bianna golodryga and alex wagner. >> gayle, norah and john are off. hi, everybody. happy 4th. >> happy 4th. gayle, norah, and john are on a beach somewhere with tiki drinks lighting fireworks. happy birthday. >> whatever you do today, we hope it involves air conditioning. the dangerous heat wave scorching much of the country has turned deadly. more than 103 million americans are under heat alerts. the extreme heat will blanket a huge section of the country today stretching from the midwest into the northeast. high temperatures are expected to soar into the 90s in many cities and it will feel like
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triple-digit heat in places like ♪ ♪ louisville, charleston and amazon is trying to set new standards in customer choice and fast delivery in the battle with chau charlottesville, virginia. online rivals. jericka duncan is on jones nearly four in ten online shoppers say they now expect beach. retailers to offer free two-day where a huge crowd will try to stay cool. jericka, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. you know, this to me is the best time to be here on the beach. delivery. half of millennials expect it, making fast and free the new norm. under pressure for increased demand, amazon asked small businesses to help them complete we've not reached the peak of the last leg of delivering packages. the heat yet. thousands of people expected to visit jones beach. temperatures to feel as high as leigh gallagher of fortune 96 degrees later today. magazine joins us at the table. welcome. while there no cooling happy fourth. >> happy fourth to you. stations in this area, it's a >> this seems like a good problem to have if you are amazon. >> that is spot on. different story elsewhere across amazon has surging demand and the country. not stopped in this the race to give us faster, etter, cheaper hundreds of people in boston sat under the hot sun through temperatures that reached the mid-90s to watch a pre-holiday concert. at our doorstep. it's really taking the the heat index made it feel closer to 105, so fans took supermarket and the mall and precautions. the shade and bringing it to us if you think about it.
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that is enormously complicated and maxed out amazon's ability to use partners like the usps, drank a lot of water. dhl, ups, fedex and using them >> hydrate, hydrate and a little all to the max. more hydrate. >> can they not keep up with the demand? >> it is so much. >> reporter: this has been the hottest stretch above 90 degrees locally since 2013. it is just so much that -- and in addison, texas, north of of course it will grow from dallas, at least three people here. attending a holiday festival so prime is relatively speaking still pretty new. were taken to the hospital for heat-related emergencies. and it already is enormous. many others were treated on the >> it seems like we live in a scene and released. world where everyone is trying to keep up with amazon. so if amazon is having this >> rehydrated, refreshed, and ready to watch the fireworks. problem, they could afford to solve it. what are other companies doing? >> reporter: in new york, >> and amazon could afford to volunteers with meals on wheels deliver 18,000 meals every day, solve it largely because it's so making it a point to knock on focused on the consumer that doors especially during extreme just spends and spends and weather like this. spends and not every company can >> you're keeping cool today? >> yeah. >> you're drinking water? do that. but it is raised the bar. so everyone has to keep up. and it is all about the last mile which is the most important and the most complicated to get >> reporter: during this ultra right. so companies like kroger are oserttenti to ho the heatng even investing in start-ups that do is affecting the elderly. the city's office of emergency management says seniors are one of the groups at an increased automated warehouses and driverless cars. risk of it. >> make a note that this senior that is a big -- that is a big has no air conditioner or fan in thing of the future that people
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have their hopes on. we've all heard about the their apartment, all right? drones. i don't know when that will that's the most important thing happen or when that will actual happy. for today. >> reporter: two other deaths bs it is not easy in cities, especially. city for possibly being but other companies -- target has partnered with a company called shipped to offer same-day delivery among other things. heat-related. even the national weather so it is all about faster, faster, faster. service is putting out a warning it is never been a better time to be a consumer. you could sit at home and have telling people to be extra everything come to you. >> and how far are we from drone careful, making sure that they stay in a cool place if they're or driverless. going to stay inside. >> it is hard to say. officials here at jones beach i mean, drone, amazon asked say more than 500,000 people for a patent of hijack free have visited here since the heat ave started last friday. drones so your packages can be safe. >> jericka, thank you. find some shade. find an umbrella, my friend. hundreds of thousands of and driverless cars, it's fill steam ahead in silicon valley people celebrating independence and ford and gm -- and delivery day in the nation's capitol will face dangerous heat. is one important thing that people have hopes on. but it is obviously not temperatures in washington will happening tomorrow but soon. heel like the upper 90s. it will feel like the upper 90s. >> and there is the implication this comes after excessive heat warnings yesterday when temperatures felt like 109 for the usps which is being kept degrees. kris van cleave is on the afloat delivering packages. >> we don't send mail any more national mall in washington. so the packages have grown for kris, good morning. the usps. that is absolutely right. >> reporter: good morning, the
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so it is all changing. >> brave new world. nation's capital remains under >> leigh gallagher, thanks for an emergency. being with us. with the heat index, it's going to feel like 100 degrees on the siri decided to chime in and mall. thousands of people come out for the fourth of july celebration. help address members of parliament in london. d.c. fire has already seen 10 to 15 cases of heat exhaustion a day and there's a concern as to what it will bring. >> in the euphrates valley and surrounding areas. so many people gather here at the mall. >> i found something on the the city has already added series -- [ inaudible ]. additional cooling centers here, >> what a very rum business that is. that's in addition to about half >> the defense secretary laughed dozen or so first aid tents. off the interruption as heckling. you're watching cbs this morning. dozens of first responders will be here to help those affecting by the temperatures and the humidity. excessive heat did not stop workers from preparing for the celebrations including getting 6500 fire work cells into position. the fireworks are scheduled to kick off just off 9:00 tonight. there will a number of parades. d.c. will be deploying fire engines to the fourth of july parade acting as a huge mister, keeping crowds cool. the forecast is in the 80s but the heat index will make it feel
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hotter than that, anthony. >> kris van cleave, thank you, kris. meteorologist megan glaros joins us from our station wbbm in chicago where it's expected to hit 92, 93 as well. good morning. >> good morning. chicago's low 90 degree temperatures will feel more like the 100s today, though. as folks in the east suffer with a lot of heat. meanwhile, 79 in los sacramento. but it is hot in salt lake city just when you thought you were done painting... at 97 degrees. discover paint bleed under your tape... moving forward into friday to saturday, the heat buildings in not with frogtape! frogtape is the only painter's tape th treated with patented paintblock technology. in the southwest. death valley could reach 125 paintblock reacts with the water in latex paint going into the weekend. to form a micro-barrier against paint bleed, look at the high in los angeles on friday. giving you the sharpest lines possible. 104, 113, phoenix. get professional results with frogtape... 102 in salt lake city. no messy lines, 90 degrees in sacramento. no paint bleed. as we move into this fourth of for sharp lines every time, frog it! july, a lot of fireworks celebrations out but fire a danger. red flag warnings for parts of
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utah, california, and gusty winds, low humidity and high temperatures not a good bian bianna. more than 100 homes were destroyed in the mountains of southern colorado. investigators believe a spark from a campfire started that wildfire. about 2,000 homes across colorado have been evacuated. parts of a major interstate have been closed as well. and in northern california, a massive wildfire forced at least 2,500 people to flee. it's burned an area twice the size of san francisco and it's consuming about a thousand acres every hour. a youth soccer team and their coach trapped in a cave in thailand say they're doing okay. the boys aged 11 to 16 have been stuck underground by floodwaters for 11 days. ben tracy is in chiang rai, re tt you'rsomething onhe
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thailand, where efforts to free the boys are intensifying, ben, good morning. heckleyhoneseecreta >> reporter: good morning. the officials say they don't plan to try to attempt the boys today because it is simply still too dangerous. but a team of thai navy s.e.a.l.s and medics are inside the cave with them. williamson was heckleds by his meanwhile, out here, crews are trying to device a plan to own phone. siri chimed in when it heard the safely get them out. word "syria. one by one, the boys wrapped in "he sate oid one of the pit fals foil warming blankets took turns you have to ask your 13-year-old introduces themselves and took daughter. >> i thought is with u more internal monologue. turns sending messages to their parents that they're in good health. i still doan know how to use some of them smiled and held up siri. >> he laughed it off. peace signs. they appear more alert than a day ago. good on him. that was funny. >> you're very strong, very strong. marvel's new movie "ant-man" >> reporter: when british divers discovered them on a muddy ledge. and "the wasp." hits theaters this weekend. and while enthusiasm is high, erik davis of fandango is in the the combl the complicated task of how they'll be rescued from the cave
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this morning, chiang rai's governor suggested that they might not all be able to leave at the next time. they're weighing the option of having them swim out, but that remains the riskiest choice. they're 2 1/2 miles away. to get out it would require full climbing clear, several flooded in san jose... a new tactic to crack down on illegal fireworks. sections parts too narrow to you can now log onto the city's wear a scuba tank and a nearly online fireworks reporting website... 100 feet underwater dive. and up good. am i'm michelle griego. in -- good morning, i'm michelle griego. in san jose a new tactic to it's a task for an experienced crack down on illegal group of divers let boys who fireworks. you can log on to the city's don't know how to swim. fireworks reporting website and upload photos and videos the hope is they bring the water level down far enough, it will of people breaking the law. be more safe for them to swim crews in pleasanton are out or wade or walk out. investigating a late-night fire in harvest park middle school. >> reporter: in the meantime a flames broke out in the phone line is being installed library and damaged the roof, no one was inside. highway 1 just south of inside the cave so the young big sur is set to re-open soccer players can finally talk to their parents. july 20th. it has been nearly a year and the mother of a trapped a half since a landslide destroyed a section of 16-year-old says it feels like her son has been given a new roadway. there. stay wit h us; a look at traffic and weather in just a traffic and weather in just a ment. life. ( ♪ ) this has become a race pixar pier has arrived!
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against prepare to be awed. to plug every hole they can find prepare to be moved. that goes into this cave so it prepare to make a mad dash... doesn't flood again. ( ♪ ) anthony. >> ben tracy in thailand. ...because with the incredicoaster, still so many questions, first, how they ended so far in. pixar pal-a-round, and a bunch of your favorite pixar characters, >> three miles. and without heeding the warning signs. it's going to be pretty incredible. pixar pier is now open! >> and how they will finally get out. only at disney california adventure park. the monsoon season in southeast asia is incredibly serious. it's very strong. >> it goes on into october. >> ben tracy. it's always good to get ben's report live on the ground. president trump has interviewed three more possible choices to replace retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy. he told a crowd in west virginia last night he will make the right choice with his nominee on monday. >> i spent the last three days interviewing and thinking about supreme court justices, and i think you'll be very impressed. they're very talented, very brilliant, and i think you're going to love it.
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included six federal judges. the white house also spoke to republican senator mike lee about the nomination. lee sits on the senate judiciary committee. the next supreme court justice could have a major impact on affirmative action. yesterday president trump rolled back the obama-era guidelines that encouraged schools to consider race as a factor in admissions. the justice department will now promote what is called a race-neutral approach. paula reid is here with a look at the implications. paula, good morning. >> good morning. the new guidance focuses on merits. time now 8:27. we're tracking a quiet morning and admissions decisions. commute. not many people on the roads. critics fear without considering race, school diversity will suffer. eastbound 24 just past 13, the supreme court narrowly ruled in 2016 schools can use race as a factor in admissions. it's a policy the obama administration encouraged. but the trump administration looks like a car blocking that far left lane. be careful there. feels the obama guidelines were 580 approach to the maze no delays. unnecessary and ovsteppehe take a look at this. bay bridge toll plaza, no metering lights. in the green. constitution. only congress can change the law but schools can use this
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guidance to defend themselves in easy ride heading into san francisco. just a reminder, no ace train lawsuits. >> paula, what do we know about the timing on this announcement? service today. and also for the ferries >> well, this came out service, no harbor bay or yesterday, the day before a holiday, buried in a press south san francisco and bart release around 4:00 p.m. and muni both operating on a so, clearly, they didn't want to sunday schedule. make too much of a splash but let's check in with neda now this is very much expected. on the forecast. they signaled they would go good morning. happy 4th of july, everybody. after it when the attorney check out those cloudy skies general said he would right over san francisco. thicker throughout the morning hours, cool out there today, as well. san jose though you're sitting investigate harvard university for bias against asian and white pretty under blue skies. temperatures there 61. 56 in san francisco. so there's a low just to the students. again, this happens between a lot of administrations. you kind of undo what the north of us. that's bringing in clouds and previous administration does. fog and cooler air. you have to remember, civil today will be coolest day of the week before a ridge of rights was such a high pressure comes in from priority for the obama the east and brings us a administration. they have rolled back so many things. warming trend. for now though 60s and 70s in the area, below average everything to transgender temperatures. hot next week. rights. >> how does justice kennedy's announcement -- how is it likely to impact the supreme court cases on affirmative action?
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>> in that 2016 case kennedy was the deciding vote. that was a squeaker of a case. it's only a matter of time before the issue gets to the supreme court again. this may mark a lawsuit. and if the president nominates as he is expected to to, someone who is likely to do, it's likely it will cut the other way the next time the issue goes to the high court so i think you're going to see affirmative action right up there with abortion and immigration during the confirmation hearings. >> huge, huge, hearings. >> paula reid, thanks, paula. the white house says the president is looking into, quote, troublesome reports about epa administrator scott pruitt. this follows a cnn report that pruitt asked the president directly to fire attorney general jeff sessions in the spring, and let him run the justice department in a statement to cbs news, pruitt calls the report simply false and says general sessions and i are friends and i want nothing more than to see him succeed in his role. but sources tell us pruitt has been angling for the attorney
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general job, while formally advising trump on the russian investigation. republican congressman jim jordan is denying claims he ignored claims of sexual abuse when he coached wrestling at ohio state university more than 20 years ago. jordan told politico last night, it is not true. i never about any type of abuse. if i did, i would have done something about. two former wrestlers said jordan yes. >> wow. lied that he wasn't aware of that's incredible cellphone allegations that a doctor was video showing a massive groping athletes. the doctor, richard strauss, whirlwind of hay. that is hay. took his own life in 2005. investigators want to interview spinning down an oregon road. jordan, but he has not yet the so-called haynado was responded to their requests. his spokesman who denied it has happened. spinning closer and closer. a newly released indictment her kids screamed as the winds shook, and the truck and the hay reveals the terrifying ordeal of two hollywood actors who were slammed into the windows. a real experience. kidnapped and held for ransom. >> a real hay maker. daisy mccracken and joseph welcome back to "cbs this morning" on this fourth of july. capone were kidnapped in 2014. right now it's time to show you
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three suspects face multiple charges. some of this morning's headlines. "the wall street journal" asks three suspects face multiple why are there so many robocalls? charges. john blackstone shows us how the plot unfolded. internet software has made it easier for businesses and scammers to auto dial without >> reporter: actress daisy using phone lines. mccracken played dawn in say anything and hang up.don't block the number. and check your carrier and film "halloween: resurrection," outside apps for robocall but it was her kidnappinthat was a real horror. protections that warn a ahwod-r jones and amber neal showed up at mccracken's house. when they arrived stewart allegedly pistol-whipped mccracken. as man walked away from a care center yesterday and they knew the situation could turn and then placed black hoods over dangerous quickly. the two actors' head and drove searchers say the corn was more than 6 feet high and so thick them to their house. you couldn't see more than two rows away. once there they stripped capone naked, starved him and forced after the thermal imaging camera him to stay in a bathtub for 30 hours. during that time jones and neal allegedly forced mccrackin to spotted the man, he walked out unhurt. >> that's good news. provide them with a $10,000 "usa today" reports a woman
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trapped between a subway train check for capone's release. they then allegedly took and platform in boston begged fivs onunmema where she was bystanders not to call an ambulance because she couldn't afford it. the woman slipped when she was getting off the train sunday. she suffered a severe accident >> rr:oment to her leg. when one of the alleged the story gained national attention and there's a debate kidnappers were rearrested. about health care in america. police surrounded amber neal and took her into custody. "the new york times" the video caused a stir online. suggests probiotics may be good forcing an explanation from the for your bones. they tracked women. lapd. although we're limited in what after one year, they had a information we can release, we can confirm this individual was reduction in chin bone density arrested. neal, jones, and stewart are only half as big as those taking a placebo. charged with up to 17 felony researchers say more studies are counts and could each face life needed before they advise women in prison. to take probiotics. a legal battle escalates after a fertility clinic in ohio >> and why your pool life gard destroyed thousands of eggs and embryos. may be a seen yore citizen. coming up, why the medical there's a shortage to fill the center said patients knew the 150,000 lifeguarding jobs.
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at the same time, retires are risk looking for part-time work to make ends meet. pools and beach clubs across the country are raising wages and lessening physical requirements to attract people. summer movies are already breaking box office records in the u.s. they bring in $1.2 billion in ticket sales in june. that's 19% higher than in june last year. highly anticipated movies like marvel's "ant-man," "the wasp," and "crazy rich asians" will debut. that's a title i thought i'd never seen. erik davis is with us. >> i love these movies. there's no one of tom cruise's status who literally risks his
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life to make these movies, to give the audience something they've never seen before. for this movie, this guy jumped out of a plane 100 times to train for this three-minute sequence, got his helicopter license so he could be the driver for the helicopter. these movies are the perfect summer movies. >> i have a theory that every movie he's in, he's required to run in. because he runs in every single movie. a tennessee woman takes on >> yes, he does. >> but these movies, especially nasa to hold onto a keepsake with possible connections to the the mission impossible, we're up first man to walk on the moon. to so many now, and yet they continue to bring in huge ahead, the mystery behind a numbers. >> they're very well done. vial she says contains lunar the director on this one is the dust from astronaut neil armstrong. >> you're watching "cbs this first to do two back-to-back morning." buzz al "mission impossibles." he's a very talented guy. my father always told me growing up, tom cruise is a guy who drin. >> you're watching "cbs this morning". gives you your money's worth. >> that's true.
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i can't do my kids' math xeljanz xr can lower your ability to fight infections, homework and there's math in including tuberculosis. this one, and i related to it serious, sometimes fatal infections, lymphoma, and other cancers have happened. incredibly, and it's an incredible movie. don't start xeljanz xr if you have an infection. they're not going to wait 14 years, let's put it that way, tears in the stomach or intestines, before they make a third. low blood cell counts, and higher liver tests and cholesterol levels have happened. >> erik, "ant-man" and "the your doctor should perform blood tests before you start and while taking xeljanz xr, wasp," where do they go? >> i have a lot of parents on my and monitor certain liver tests. tell your doctor if you were in a region block who did tanlt their kids where fungal infections are common, to see "infinity wars." and if you have had tb, hepatitis b or c, this is breezy. or are prone to infections. xeljanz xr can reduce the symptoms the first female superhero in of psoriatic arthritis. the title of a marvel superhero don't let another morning go by without talking to your rheumatologist about xeljanz xr. movie and she steals the show. without talking to your rheumatologist >> it opens this weekend. the martinez brothers have a nose for trouble. >> if you can't go to the beach, go to the movies. >> popcorn and air conditioning. little did they know their dad had washed that jock strap using gain flings. >> erik, thanks so much. >> it doesn't take much to impress you. >> no. that's all i need. that boys, is the sweet smell of defeat. wounded men started learning how to turn painful experiences into song. and i heard that my cousin's so, wife's sister's husband >> she's trying to get the story was a lawyer, so i called him. and looking back it's like what
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and i am a senior public safety my namspecialist for pg&e. my job is to help educate our first responders on how to deal with natural gas and electric emergencies. everyday when we go to work we want everyone to work safely and come home safely. i live right here in auburn, i absolutely love this community. once i moved here i didn't want to live anywhere else. i love that people in this community are willing to come together to make a difference for other people's lives. together, we're building a better california. coming up, three things you should know this morning, including why the faa will not force airlines to increase the size of passenger seats on planes. plus, see why hawaii is banning the sale of some types of sunscreen. your local news is next.
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parade kicks off in just a couple of hours... but many residents ignored th good morning? >> it's 7:26. i'm michelle griego. danville's 4th of july parade kicks off in a couple of hours but many residents ignored the rules to secure prime spots front and center. thousands are expected to attend today's parade. several wildfires are burning in northern california. santa rosa is deploying enforcement teams today to be on the lookout for illegal fireworks and make sure there are no more fires started. in san francisco, anti- i.c.e. protestors are camped out in front of the federal immigration office. they are speaking out against the trump administration's immigration policies and the agency's tactics. they want the federal government to abolish i.c.e. stay with us; a look at traffic and weather in just a moment.
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good morning. 7:27. we are tracking a problem for drivers on highway 17. here's a live look. this is right near campbell the fourth of july is an and you can see no problems in opportunity to pay tribute tor either direction. further south some slowdowns. military, but that service can turn into suffering when they we have a car that's blocking come home from combat overseas. one unique veterans program is one lane. this is right near alma college road. speeds around the limit. using the power of music to help heal wounded souls. asrestores lives and no other traffic. brings unlikely collaborators >> we are having sunshine and together on one of america's clouds out there. and temperatures starting off cool. most elaborate stages. here's a look at sfo. it's sunny on the runway. that's rare. >> reporter: backstage at 56 in san francisco. 57 livermore. great news for travelers going nashville's grand ole opry, it's in and out. weather shouldn't be a always a night to remember. disruption. >> josh, you come in here. 67 for the afternoon high today in oakland. 75 in concord. >> reporter: but for retired army sergeant joshua gertz, it's also a night he never thought he'd live to see. >> it's like winning the vip sweepstakes and i get to be up
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there and watch. >> reporter: his long road started in september of 2003 when he was finishing up his last tour of duty in iraq. >> a roadside bomb went off right alongside the truck. >> reporter: he suffered a spinal cord and brain injury. just when you thought you were done painting... but back at home, the discover paint bleed under your tape... psychological injuries became far worse. >> i became a burden. not with frogtape! frogtape is the only painter's tape i would walk in a room and it treated with patented paintblock technology. sucked the life out of the room. >> and you thought everybody paintblock reacts with the water in latex paint would be better off without you. to form a micro-barrier against paint bleed, >> yep. >> you had attempted suicide. >> yeah. giving you the sharpest lines possible. i knew when i was going to do it again. >> did you have a specific date get professional results with frogtape... or what was the date? no messy lines, >> november 7th. no paint bleed. >> why was that? >> that was the day my friend for sharp lines every time, frog it! was killed. >> that friend, army private first-class thomas faulk died in car accident a few years before the bombing. the two met in basic training and were like brothers.
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his two lifelines, a love of the harmonica, and his wife lisa, who enrolled in a music program for veterans. >> it's quite a view. it's about 100 acres here. not only is lebron james >> reporter: darden smith and mary judd co-founded song gone from cleveland, so is the writing with soldiers just over 10-story nike billboard that was five years ago. put up after james returned to they bring together vets and his hometown in 2014. it showed james with professional musicians at retreats like this one in north outstretched arms and the word "cleveland" on his back. virginia. >> it's not songwriting for james announced sunday he was soldiers. it's about soldiers, and writing signing with los angeles. the banner that had become a with. collaboration. is the key. downtown landmark was gone by >> the convenience are equal yesterday. >> that's what happens when you parts group therapy, writing leave for california. workshops, and jam sessions. >> maybe that can go up in his new home in california. the vets share their feelings it would be big enough to hold and experiences. it, right? the musicians help craft them >> they've got room for it. into a song. i'm sure lebron will have his >> the song is gigantic. own special celebration. it's so powerful, and they have >> he deserve it. it forever, and they see other >> he does. here are things you should people hear their song, and they know this morning. the trump administration is see the other people tiger up or telling the giant zte to
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temporarily resume business in sing or laughing. the united states. they feel they serve other it is lifting a temporary ban imposed on zte after it violated u.s. sanctions on iran and north people. >> ♪ sand with an "i" korea. zte agreed to pay a $1 billion fine, replace its executive team >> i looked out the window as and hire u.s. compliance the veterans were starting to officers. the federal aviation arrive. i saw josh and lisa and i see administration said it will not the pain. and i look out the window, and my first thought was, he's mine. i have to write with that guy. >> what did you see that made make bigger seats. you think i want to -- >> the suffering. the faa determined tighter it's almost like a red-hot fireball was inside of him and i seating does not pose a safety knew the song could take that risk or slow downie v evacuatio. red-hot fireball and make it tangible and we could toss it out into the group and it would apparently comfort was not a not only take some of the infection out of him, but it safety risk. and president trump and the would give courage to the group first lady will welcome military and be useful for other people. families to the white house for >> your pain is like medicine a fourth of july picnic today. for other people. the annual indnc >> i think so. >> and you never thought of it
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ivies lllude an like that. >> no, not at all. evening fireworks display. mrs. trump made a surprise visit whatever it is, if it can help one other person, it's worth it. yesterday to wounded service members at walter reed medical >> but it's not up to me. center. a cleveland area fertility >> reporter: the newly formed clinic is defending itself after duo talked until it became a freezer malfunction destroyed clear. >> there was one preem nents almost 4,000 eggs and embryos. thing that was bringing him to his knees and that was the one dozens of families are suing of the death of his best friend. hospitals for negligence. >> i think the first line is they apologized for the march kind of where you're in my trust, you know. incident but it is denying legal she's trying to get the story, liability. in a document made public this and i'm like, i dodge know. week it says clients knew about looking back. the risks that are involved. what comes to mind. s. doc is here about the legal and she wrote down the first battle. line >> since the incident, ♪ looking back now university hospital says it's taken significant steps to who the hell knows ♪ >> i thought, it's that easy? enhance equipment at its i thought, this is kind of cool. hospital, increased staffing and additional training. ♪ but it's not up to me who dies still, for some patients, the changes come too late. and who carries on ♪ >> at the time i wasn't really >> if the music is right, it thinking about kids and i wasn't acts like a magnet and pulls trying to have kids, so it just that story. >> all of the stuff i held in
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gave me hope. >> reporter: sierra matthews was and was so frade to let out just just 19 years old when she poured out. decided to freeze her eggs at university hospitals. >> reporter: it poured into the it was 2014 and she had been mary vets.n a ride." diagnosed with ovarian cancer. she was one of hundreds of women who found out in march of this year whose eggs were destroyed and it brings to thes retired t when a cryo preservation system like this one malfunctioned. >> i had to go back to a time in my life when i felt like i was alone because there was no one my age going through something joshua geartz. ♪ looking back now like that. >> tom vicente released this who the hell knows where the soul of a dead soldier statement. >> i can't say it any more plainly. we failed our fertility clinic goes ♪ ♪ my guardian angel patients. i'm sorry. we're sorry. maybe it's you ♪ >> reporter: women and families signed consent forms, writing in ♪ me and my guardian angel court documents, quote, plaintiffs were fully advised of the material risks, benefits and are still on the rise ♪ alternatives available for ♪ treatment, and thereafter voluntarily assumed and consented to those risks. >> our clients are outraged.
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>> tom merriman represents more >> the power of song writing to than 200 clients, including sierra matthews who lost their soldiers is mirrored in the fact eggs or embryos at the clinic. that josh geert is with us. it's the proof right there that >> you can't have it both ways. it works because it's civilians you can't go on national tv and tell the world you're sorry and and military communities that you're taking changing. responsibility and then send an army of lawyers into a courthouse when people aren't paying attention and file answers where you deny all >> i mean on the surface, you responsibility. two could not be more different. >> reporter: in a statement the hospital said it, quote, filed >> i know. >> so what does that say? formal answers to the complaints >> that we need to get the hell as required by court rules. away from the surface. and says, quote, our fertility >> so now when i think about my center patients trusted us for friend, i think about playing their care and i know we need to the opry with mary and i think regain their trust. about that smile and my new >> it's something very tragic family. and heartbreaking we're all going through, so i think it's >> they're standing up tonight. important for me to use my voice to stand up for the people who either can't or just don't have the heart to yet. >> reporter: for "cbs this >> university hospital says it's morning," jan crawford, working to help aff number of nashville. >> what a way the two complete each other. >> what a great story and a including completing additional great program. >> we do need to get the hell idf when possible and waiving away from the surface. >> dep deeper. on a day like today.
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1969 moonwalk made him world-famous, but not to 10-year-old laura cicco in 1972. >> my mom handed mimi dad's business card and said turn it over. and on the back was neil northern california... the city of santa rosa is deploying armstrong. enforcement teams today... >> reporter: laura's dad was to be on the lookout for illegal fireworks... good morning. friends. the gray stuff inside was dust i'm michelle griego. as several wildfires burn in northern california, santa from the moon. >> it was not a big deal. rosa is deploying enforcement i was into barbies and horseback teams today to be on the riding. >> did you even know who neil lookout for illegal fireworks armstrong was? >> i'm not positive. hoping they don't spark any new fires. in san francisco anti-i.c.e. >> we'll take that as a no. protestors are camped out in front of the immigration >> reporter: she grew up, became laura cicco, and forgot all office. they are speaking out against the trump administration's immigration policies. about it. in danville, the 4th of but five years ago after her parents died, she opened up her july parade begins in just a few minutes. mother's home chest in the the city allowed parade-goers to stt cung :00 nightbut some attic. when i opened it, i knew immediately what it was. ignored the rules and snagged i said, this is it. a space even earlier. stay with us; a look at
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traffic and weather in just a moment. my husband chris said what? i said the moon dust. >> reporter: she learned something else. nasa considers all material government property and has a history of tracking down all that is in private hands. first was her moon dust even real. she contacted lawyer christopher mchugh. >> the story was incredible. >> reporter: the autograph was authentic but the lab test was inconclusive. there was no evidence to rule out a lunar origin. another said it was similar to the average crust or earth or earth dust mixed with it. >> it might have been vacuumed after the spacesuit. >> i didn't want her to be in a situation where she felt she had to hide because if nasa finds
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out about it, they will come kick your door in. >> reporter: a spokesperson said they were unable to comment. robert pearlman was more talkative. pearlman suspect cicco's moon dust was pixie dust and says armstrong knew it was wrong. to our knowledge he nerve gain moon dust to his sons, first or good morning. time now 8:57. and it's been pretty quiet on second wife or crewmates. the roads although we are i worked with buzz aldrin. starting to track a few i know he doesn't have any. problems. your ride heading along 880 no problems there. as you can see, it's in the >> reporter: but cicco swears green in both directions as you head in and out of san lorenzo all the way down it's mun dust. >> why would he give it to the towards the dumbarton bridge. that's less than a ten-minute little girl of one of his ride. across the san mateo bridge no problems. light traffic. friends? >> i don't know. i would love to know that. >> what if nasa says you're
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essentially keeping sto 580 approach no delays. to cal their hero a thief, and light traffic all day. neil armstrong was not a thief. we just want to keep our property. >> reporter: a federal court could decide whether laura which the bay bridge is smooth. here's a look at the skies, a c little cloudy by the water. -- cicco is asking for the moon. it's getting thicker, the cloud coverage this morning. >> wow. >> you cannot make this story so we are definitely noticing cooler cloudy conditions not in san jose though. up. >> his ex-wives didn't get moon look at beautiful blue skies in the south bay. dust or dog? temperatures in san jose 65. >> it's a convincing argument. if he didn't give it to anyone still in the 50s right around else -- >> it raises some serious the bay. oakland 59. concord 63. here's what's going on. questions wchl don't know if it this low to the north that's is moon dust really. what's bringing cooler cloudy >> and it raises serious conditions. you can see that is line of questions about our education clouds heading right towards system if she didn't know who -- >> also, why is nasa beating northern california. and yes, that's what will bring us some clouds for san down people's doors? isn't there an easier way? francisco in time for the >> exactly. i just want to say i have been fireworks shows. afternoon highs today 63. san francisco 67. oakland 67. inland areas you will be under clear skies. hot next week. tested and they found noce to r
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holiday week. a 92-year-old woman shot and killed her son because he wanted to put her in an assisted living facility. anna may blessing was brought before a judge in a wheelchair yesterday. police say she shot her 22-year-old son twice on monday. she had been living with her son and his girlfriend in fountain hills northeast of phoenix. blessing is facing several charges, including first-degree murder. the "washington post" reports on a study that suggests a test for hpv is better than a pap smear at detecting pre-cancerous cervical changes. a study in canada showed that the test for papilloma virus is more sensitive and accurate. some say other tests should be dropped, but there are still benefits to having boast tests. hawaii is the first state to ban the sale of sunscreens believed to have chemicals that damage coral reefs.
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they signed a ban from them being sold in hawaii. tourists will still be able to bring their own sunscreen with chemicals into the state. our carl evans got a close look at hawaii's dying coral reefs last august. "usa today" reported a bug in samsung cell phones that send random pictures to users' contacts. uh-oh. it affects the galaxy note 8 and the galaxy s9. one user claimed his entire photo gallery was sent to his girlfriend in the middle of the night while he was sleeping. he has some explaining to do. >> i mean, by certain photos on your phone. don't take them on your phone. >> samsung views them as isolated incidents. but that doesn't help the guy
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visit for a store near you. raging in yolo and napa counties... it has now burned more than 82-thousand acres. -percent contained. it's 7:56. i'm kenny choi. the latest on the county fire raging in yolo and napa counties. it has now burned more than 82,000 acres. it's just 25% contained. first expect it will be fully contained on the 10th. in just a few hours, san jose's rose, white and blue parade kicks off from lincoln high school at 10:00 and ends at alameda. tonight mineta international airport will stop flights from 9:30 to 10 p.m. tonight for independence day fireworks. planes will not be able to land or take off during that time. the airport will stay open. stay with us; a look at traffic a nd weather in just a moment.
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good morning. time now 7:57. and it's been pretty quiet out on the roads this morning. but we are tracking a new
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problem and this is along 101. here's a live look. this is right near highway 12. and as you can see, there's not too many cars out there for the morning commute. but do be on the lookout. there is a car blocking one lane southbound 101. this is right near kastania. right now, our speeds are still showing in the green. no delays across the golden gate bridge on this independence day. let's check in with neda on the forecast. >> we have clear roads and partly clear skies. a few clouds hanging right around the water, the coastline, but a lot of sunshine as well especially inland and at sfo a little high cloud coverage out there. but that's about it. temperatures not bad. 56 in san francisco. san jose 51. 61 in concord. expect today to be somewhat cooler than what we have been used to. about 10 degrees below average in concord. in the mid-70s. 67 in oakland. now, your 4th of july fireworks forecast does include cloud coverage for the coast and parts of san francisco. hot next week.
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♪ good morning to our viewers in the west, it's wednesday july 4, 2018. happy birthday, america and welcome back to cbs this morning. rescue efforts continue to get 12 stranded boys and their soccer coach out of a flooded cave in thailand. we'll talk to an expert about the difficulties they face. plus the summer blockbusters that are bringing fans back to the multi-plex and other movies that are opening soon. but first, here is today's eye opener at 8:00. the dangerous heat wave has turned deadly. more than 103 million americans are under heat alerts. . thousands will be working to stay cool here at jones beach. they're expecting temperatures to feel like 96 degrees. >> it is going to feel close to 100 degrees out here. as hundreds of thousands of people come out for the annual
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fourth of july fireworks. >> by tomorrow, while the heat warnings in effect for dangerous heat. >> and officials tell us they don't plan to attempt the boys' rescue today because it is still too dangerous but a team of thai navy s.e.a.l.s are with them. and critics fear without considering race school diversity will suffer. >> several cities across the u.s. got an early start to the holiday. >> it is a time to come together and remember when we were founded. >> however you are celebrating, we certainly hope you have a happy, healthy and safe one. ♪ >> happy birthday, america. >> yea can'tnk of a er way to celebrate hump day than america's birthday. >> candles on america's cake today. >> and she looks good. >> she sure does. b -- >> yes.
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>> hopefully we'll be cooling off soon. i'm bianna golodryga with alex wagner and anthony mason. gayle and norah and john are off. happy fourth to them and you. you mentioned the heat and dangerous heat stretching from coast to coast and making it tough for firefighters battling more than 60 large western wildfires. two of the most destructive are in southern colorado and northern california. thousands of people have been forced from their homes. >> in the east, at least three deaths are being blamed on the heat. temperatures are expected to soar into the 90s and half of the country today, it will feel like triple digits in memphis, columbus and detroit. jericka duncan is on long island. it is early and hot. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, a lot of visitors already here at jones beach.
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about 150,000 are expected to visit side. temperatures at 96 degrees in some places. as we are closer to the ocean, it's 10 degrees cooler than if you were to go five, ten miles in town. heat advisories have been issued throughout most of the east and midwest. the national weather service warning people to take extra precautions, especially when spending time outside, saying that you should wait to do any strenuous activity until the evening. but keep in mind, just because it's the evening, doesn't mean it's not hot. some cities like burlington, vermont have recorded their highest low temperatures of all time. recently they recorded a low of 80 degrees. now if you like the heat, then you're in for more of this weather. temperatures are expected to remain in the 90s and half the country at least until friday. heavy rains expected in
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thailand are increasing the pressure to rescue 12 boys and their soccer coach, trapped in a cave. the thai navy releasing new video showing the boys underground. new flooding could make it harder to get the boys out or reach them with fresh supplies. ben tracy filed this report from thailand on the effort to bring them to safety. >> reporter: good morning. so officials say it is still to dangerous to attempt a rescue mission, but they are trying to install a phone line inside the cave, so the boys can finally talk to their parents. now in newly-released video, the boys appear to be in good spirits and smiling as they interact with divers and medics and they are wrapped in foil medics and treated with antibiotics with cuts on the feet and legs and they are practicing wearing diving masks and breathing, but he does not believe they have attempted any practice dives. he said the boys may all come out as they are ready rather than all coming out at the same time.
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now they are located about 2.5 miles from the cave entrance. they need to get through areas requiring climbing gear and parts too narrow for scuba tanks and a 100 foot under water dive. of course that would be challenging for those who are trained to do that sort of thing. and that is challenging for someone trained and the other option is to let the water recede or figure out a way to pump it out faster. bianna. >> ben tracy, thank you. it is just -- you can't even wrap your head around what these parents must be going through. what they were going through the ten days prior to finding their children and now knowing they can't see them -- face-to-face. at least they could talk to them. >> and the prospect that they may be in there for longer than anybody wants them to be in there. >> they've already been in there longer than anybody wants. >> weeks and possibly months. >> it seems imperative to try to get them out. >> they appear to be in good spirits. and i believe that we do have our expert with us. anmar mirsa is from the rescue cave commission and has 30 years of experience in cave missions and he's joining us from bloomington, indiana.
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thank you anmar, for coming on. this is just an incredible rescue story, but clearly it's not over yet because the boys aren't out. you said this is one of the most difficult rescues that you've come across thus far. explain what the rescuers are going to have to do now to get the boys out. >> well of course initially we were looking at three primary options of getting them out. the diving option which has been discussed. the waiting for the water to go down for a lull in the rain to allow them to pump it down enough to get out on their own. and then there was the potential for putting another entrance in either by drilling or by finding and exploiting a natural ooikast option option and they are focusing more on the first two. so at this point -- it is really up to what the weather does to see what the best option is going to be. >> anmar, when we talk about the dive, for folks that don't know, it is a treacherous dive even for seasoned divers, is it not.
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>> absolutely. cave divers, who specialize in closed and overhead environments train for hundreds of hours to be able to do it. it is a very easy thing to start to do. but the problem is that it is a very difficult thing to plan for and be ready for all of the contingencies and the problem becomes that the contingencies are what could be fatal. panicking and losing your mask, having an issue with the equipment in an environment where you are enclosed is incredibly dangerous. >> so you are talking about training potentially a dozen kids here to dive their way out of this cave. how challenging is that? how long would that take? >> well, that is going to depend on the kpin si of the moment. if they have the time, they could take the time they need until the people training them feel they are ready.
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if the flooding situation worsened to the point they need to try to do something, then they have to weigh the risk versus the potential benefit there. and regardless of which option is used, whether it is a diving or waiting for the water to go down there are risks involved. so there are no good choices. >> talk about the risks of keeping the boys there for potentially four more months as the regional governor suggested they may have to do. >> the primary risk is the risk of enough rain and -- or a failure of the pumping system to allow the area where they are in which is safe to become flooded and for them not to have a safe zone inside the cave. te cal is they may have pslogica issues. thos dffect thoup as e ineneral. >> and at let od andedical supplies from the pictures we've seen, they appear to be in good spirits. so that is important. anmar mirza thank you for joining us. >> you're welcome.
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english soccer fans are celebrating, as they should be, over the national team success at the world cup. ahead, our bbc partners ignored the old tradition about no cheering in the press box. that is just about two minutes away.
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england made it wld cup quarterfinals. for the first time in 12 years, england made it to the world cup quarterfinals. for the first time in 12 years, by overcoming a long-standing issue with penalty kicks. >> yes! >> eric dire scores the winning goal against columbia in yesterday's shoot-out in russia. england had been knocked out of three other world cups by losing on penalty kicks. yesterday's excitement, and that is an understatement, made things a wee crazy for the bbc during a live report. >> if england shows you this goal, which i would love to show you be we don't have the rights -- they are through and i think that means -- they are through and general pandemonium and not just herip tossed out the window. other fans were celebrating as they should have been.
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england's next game is on saturday against sweden. >> i'm very happy for england. they've been through a lot. online shoppers growing expectation of fast and free delivery is forcing amazon to ask for help. fortunately, gallagher is in our toyota green room to tell us how the retailer is reshaping -- oh, there she is. >> photo bombing. >> you're watching cbs this morning. ♪
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