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and of c "cbs this morning." from the broadcast center here in new york city, i'm michelle from the broadcast center here in new york city, i'm michelle miller. bs captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, september 5th, 2018. this is the "cbs morning news." tropical storm gordon pushes inland, but as the storm made landfall, a child is killed and power is knocked out to tens of thousands along the gulf coast. we're tracking the storm. an explosive new book on president trump's white house paints an ugly picture of the current administration, and the president is ramping up his attack on the pulitzer prize-winning author. massachusetts upset.
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ayanna pressley defeats a ten-term democratic incumbent in the massachusetts house primary. and do not eat, serve, or sell honey smacks. that's the message the cdc is trying to get out after dozens of people fall ill across the country. 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. well, this morning tropical storm gordon is moving in quickly as it moves across louisiana and mississippi. gordon made landfall last night just under hurricane strength on the gulf coast west of alabama and mississippi. some areas could see as much as 8 inches of rain as the storm moves in. in pensacola, florida, the storm is blamed for one death, and nearly 30,000 people are without power in alabama and the florida panhandle. laura podesta is here in new york. good morning, laura.
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>> good morning, anne-marie. yes. as you mentioned, there's a threat of heavy flooding. we're also hearing reports of isolated tornadoes. so even though the storm is moving inland and quickly losing strength, it's still creating a lot of problems. a child died when a tree fell onto a trailer in pensacola, florida, last night as tropical storm gordon came ashore. 70-mile-per-hour winds knocked down trees throughout the gulf coast, leaving thousands of people without power. police in pascagoula, mississippi, warned residents to stay off the road. they posted a picture of first responders dealing with injuries after an accident. john and robin berry are vacationing on dawson island, alabama. they were forced to move inland for fear of heavy flooding.
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>> there are no dunes and no protecti protection. >> by nightfall visibility was near zero as waved crashed ashore, flooding the island. powerful winds destroyed this billboard. shrimp boats were tied down as the storm passed through. many people spent the days leading up to gordon preparing for the worst. >> of course, we always have that nervousness and never hope we have to go through katrina again. >> they all declared states of emergency. >> the storm is moving. what we do not want it do is go out on the warm water to pick up more moisture and then strike our gulf coast. >> meteorologists say the storm's earlier-than-expected arrival helped limit its strength. and some schools in mississippi and alabama are closed today. anne-marie? >> laura podesta here in new york. thank you so much, laura. paul deanno, chief meteorologist at our san
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francisco station kpix, is following the storm. >> even though gordon made landfall last night, we'll continue to talk about the storm likely for the next five days because of the tremendous amount of rainfall that will come from tropical storm gordon. take a look at the storm's signature as it made landfall last night. it's moving inland, but now the big story is it's going to slow down, and here is the five-day forecast cone for gordon. it will just be a remnant area of low pressure, but that doesn't matter when it comes to rain. it's going to carry a tremendous amount of rain northward to michigan, wisconsin, and illinois, and that means flooding is likely over the next five days. futurecast predicts the areas shaded in purple will be getting more than 2 inches of rainfall in the next two days. yellow, 5 to 10 inches. it could lead to flooding. the storm is slowing down.
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that trend continues over the day today as it's moving over land and not the gulf of mexico. heavy rain is expected over florida and arkansas. once it interacts with the cold front, the flood potential will be extreme all the way north to michigan. i'm chief meteorologist paul deanno for cbs news in san francisco. it is day two for supreme court nominee brett kavanaugh's hearing. yesterday there were lots of contentions. democrats tried to block the proceedings but failed. today kavanaugh will be questioned by members of the judiciary committee. kavanaugh spoke yesterday about the importance of an independent judiciary and the need to keep the court above partisan politics. ahead this morning we'll hear from senator chuck grassley, chairman of the senate judicial committee.
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bob woodward's explosive new book, trump says, is a con on the white house. it details allegedly disparaging remark by some of mr. trump's senior advisers and there are concerns about mr. trump's behavior. late yesterday on twitter the president denied one claim that he called attorney general jeff sessions mentally retarded and a dumb southerner. david martin has more. >> reporter: white house chief of staff john kelly said of president trump, he's an idiot. it's pointless to try to convince him of anything. he's gone off the rails. we're in crazy town. defense secretary james mattis told close associates his commander in chief acted like and had the understanding of a fifth or sixth grader. kelly and mattis denied the comments, but the book is filled with derogatory descriptions of the president by senior advisers. woodward's devastating account is called "fear: trump in the white house." it hasn't been published yet, but the white house said it's nothing more than fabricated
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stories told to make the president look bad. woodward tried but was not granted an interview with the president. in a brief phone conversation last month woodward warned him what was coming. >> it's a tough look at the world and your administration and you. >> right. well, i assume that's going to be a negative book. >> reporter: in woodward's telling, his book tells not what they might do to him but what he might do to the country. defense secretary mattis tried to convince the president of the value of military alliance and free trade agreements. but the president declared, "this is all b.s.," and according to woodward, one of the president's attorneys john dowd felt he would commit perjury if interviewed. dowd who has since resigned believed the president had nothing to hide, but was incapable of giving simple answers. don't testify, dowd warned. it's either that or an orange
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jumpsuit. the book ends with this sentence. trump had one overriding problem that dowd knew but could not bring himself to say to the president, quote, you're an effing liar. dowd has issued a statement denying he ever called the president a liar, but i can tell after interviewing woodward, he's very confident of the information, much of which was made by diaries and notes of the participating events. >> we should note the book is published by simon & schuster, a division of cbs. now, special counsel robert mueller would let the president answer questions about potential coordination between his campaign and russia in writing. mueller may still seek an in-person interview with mr. trump. mueller and the white house have been negotiating for months over under what conditions the
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president would sit for an interview. and now for politics and an upset in a massachusetts primary. boston city council member ayanna presley beat the incumbent michael capuano. he served ten terms and is the second democrat and fourth house incumbent to lose the primary. since there is no republican candidate in the race, pressley is set to become the first black woman elected to the house from massachusetts. >> with our rights under assault, with our freedoms under siege, that it's not just good enough to see the democrats back in power, but it matters who those democrats are. >> massachusetts's seventh district includes much of boston and is the only massachusetts congressional district home to more nonwhites than whites. it's important to note that the company theranos is dissolving.
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theranos allegedly made people believe they could test from a few drops of blood when it couldn't. "the wall street journal" reports in an email to shareholders yesterday, theranos will pay creditors its remaining cash. yesterday timothy piazza's family reached a settlement with the fraternity. he died from hazing due to drinking in 2017. he was heavily intoxicated and fell down a flight of stairs. fraternity members tried to wake him up, but they didn't call 911 until the next day. they can't proceed with claims against individuals involved in their son's death. coming up on the "cbs "morning news,"" new frat house rules. and a job offer. a former cosby show star may soon have a new acting gig after being shamed for working at trader joe's. this is the "cbs morning news." gig after
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the strongest typhoon to hit japan in 25 years has left widespread destruction. powerful winds knocked over a k osaka yesterday. at least ten people have been killed and nearly 300 hurt. thousands of passengers stranded at osaka's offshore airport had to be evacuated. more than half a million households in and around the city are still without power this morning. fraternities nationwide announce a new alcohol policy. and an embattled archbishop holds meetings. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. "the wall street journal" reports washington, d.c., archbishop cardinal donald wuerl met with priests on pressure for him to resign. wurl -- wuerl met with more than 100 priests at a church in maryland on monday.
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he told them he met with pope francis last week. wuerl has come under criticism that he mishandle allegations o inalsign, whe others said hould stay put. buzzfeed news reports most the national governing association for frats voted to ban hard alcohol unless it's served by a licensed third-party vendor. more than 600 campuses will be affected by the rule. it must be adopted of september of next year. the "chicago tribune" reports mayor rahm emanuel abruptly announced he won't run for re-election next year. he's asked many sacrifices of his wife and three children. his time in office has been marked by rampant gun violence, the largest round of school
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closings in the city's history, and sagging support from african-american voters. emanuel is set to leave office next may. and "time" magazine said filmmaker tyler perry offered a job to former cosby show star geoffrey owens after owens was shamed for working at trader joe's. he was red cooled after news photos showed him working as a cashier at trader joe's. he was ridiculed after photos appeared with him working as a cashier. he invited him to join one of his shows on the own network. perry says he has so much respect for actors who hustle in between gigs. still to come, amazon crosses a milestone. it follows apple into historic territory. ♪ but mania, such as unusual changes in your mood, activity or energy levels, can leave you on shaky ground. help take control by talking to your doctor. ask about vraylar. vraylar is approved for the acute treatment of manic or mixed episodes of bipolar i disorder in adults. clinical studies showed
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. on the "cbs moneywatch," amazon hits a prime number, and new illnesses are linked to honey smacks cereal. diane king hall is at the new ck exchange with that and more. good morning, diane. >> good morning, anne-marie. the united states and c are scheduled to resume trade talks here today. here on wall street the banks advanced yesterday. they were offset by losses in health care and many tech companies. drug companies posted some of the biggest losses. the dow fell 12 points, the s&p 500 fell 4 points, and the
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nasdaq lost 18 points. amazon briefly became just the second publicly traded u.s. company to trade above 1 trillion dollars in market value. it's the latest notch in the belt for the online retailer which started as a bookseller and now sells just about anything. apple is the only other company to reach the trillion-dollar milestone. shares in amazon rose 1.3% yesterday. meanwhile congress will look at foreign interference and alleged political bias on social media today. two congressional hearings are scheduled. in testimony released before the house hearing, twitter ceo jack dorsey said the company isn't biased against republicans or democrats. dorsey said twitter doesn't use political ideology to make any twitter decisions. angry republicans complained >>e cases salmonella lied to k
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honey smacks cereal. 130 cases have been reported in 30 states. 36 people have been hospitalized after eating the cereal. the outbreak was first reported earlier this summer. all cereal has been recalled. cdc warns consumers not to eat any of the cereal. salmonella is a bacteria that can cause diarrhea, fever, and stomach cramps. anne-marie. >> diane king hall at the new york stock exchange. thanks a lot, diane. >> all right. still ahead, there's no place like home. one of the most famous shoes in hollywood has been found. ♪ i was covered. it was awful. but i didn't give up. i kept fighting. i got clear skin with cosentyx. 3 years and counting. clear skin can last. see if cosentyx could make a difference for you. cosentyx is proven to help people with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis find clear skin that can last. don't use if you're allergic to cosentyx. before starting cosentyx,
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what could be the most famous pair of slippers in movie history have been found after disappearing 13 years ago. the red ruby slippers were worn by judy garland in the classic 1939 movie, "the wizard of oz." they were stolen from a museum in minnesota in 2005. the fbi uncovered them in a sting operation. no arrests have been made yet, but authorities say they have multiple suspects. the lawyer for a homeless philadelphia man says the $400,000 raised for him in a gofundme campaign is all gone. johnny bobbitt said the money is gone. the woman ran the fund after he helped her when she was stranded on the highway. bobbitt is suing the couple, accusing them of mismanaging the donations. they deny the charges. and coming up on "cbs this
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allegedly called mr. trump an idiot. and the president denies the book's claim that he called attorney general jeff sessions mentally retarded. there's been sharp reaction to news that nike has signed colin kaepernick to a nike ad campaign. they say it's a terrible message. jim axelrod has more. >> reporter: in the polarizing debate of nfl players taking a knee during the "national anthem" -- >> get that son of a bitch off the field right now. he's fired. >> reporter: the ad reads believe in something, even if it means sacrificing everything. shown over a picture of the player who hasn't taken an nfl snap since he started taking knee. >> what nike did is a game-changer. >> reporter: sports marketer mark williams thinks nike is playing the long game by
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appealing to its core customers, under 35 and ethnically and racially diverse. >> i think that nike knows exactly what they're doing. they look at things globally, how they can change culture and society. >> reporter: nike recently signed a ten-year extension to be one of the nfl's official uniform sponsors. >> i'm throwing this in the fire because colin kaepernick is now the face of nike. >> reporter: and while the company is feeling the social media backlash, #boycottnike is trending on twitter. retail analyst simeon siegel. >> the idea of newness and keeping alive in that conversation, that's going to be something they look forward. >> that the name nike stands out. >> exactly. >> and it stands on everyone's tongue. >> yeah, exactly. and the people that burn their shoes today might be buying a new pair tomorrow. >> reporter: while president trump tweeted the kaepernick ad
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sent a message, the nfl had this to say. it deserves our attention and action. two different points of view. jim axelrod, cbs news, new york. well, coming up first on "cbs this morning," the authors of the "coddling of the american mind," which looks at how teenagers are dealing with increased anxiety, polarization, and social upheaval, and why parents and colleges are making it worse. plus jim brett joins us in studio since being named lead to the struggling company. that's the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com m
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and i'm michelle grieg me is 4-- it is wednesday. a live look at sfo this morning, clear conditions out there. it is wednesday, september 5th. good morning. i'm kenny choi. thanks for waking up with us.
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>> and i'm michelle griego. let's say good morning to neda and jaclyn. jaclyn is back. >> thank you, i missed you guys. >> we missed you, too. >> did a little road trip? >> yes. the traffic geek in me. can't get away from it. we're talking about a nice looking day out there. so the weather is cooperating with us. clouds hanging around the typical marine layer but not too low for now at least not in san francisco. you may run into patchy fog along e coastline en by this afternoon, warm in the inland communities mid-80s not quite as warm as yesterday. some hazy skies still in the upper levels of the atmosphere, some smoke still expected in our area. then by friday, temperatures will soar to the 90s. we are just getting this in. this is a traffic alert.

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