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captioning funded by cbs it's thursday, february 8th, 2018. this is the "cbs morning news." today the senate is expected to vote on a bipartisan budget deal that would avert tonight's government shutdown but its fate in the house is still not certain. a top aide to president trump resigns following allegations. he physically and emotionally abused his two ex-wives. and the day before the winter olympics opening ceremony, north korea holds a military parade. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york.
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good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, today the senate is expected to pass and send to the house a bipartisan budget deal to keep the government operating past midnight. the agreement lifts strict budget caps on defense and defensive spending. president trump is on board but the agreement in the house is still up in the air. hena doba is here in new york. good morning, hena. >> two in the house are saying not so fast. the senate is expected to vote on and pass a bunt compromise today hammered out by leadership on both sides of the aisle. >> no one suggests it's perfect, but we worked on acquired ground. >> the crux of the deal raises federal budget caps for two years almost equally on defense and domestic spending. president trump hailed the news, tweeting in part, the budget
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agreement today is so important for our great military. it ends the dangerous sequester and gives secretary mattis what he needs to keep america great. two groups in the house, though, may prove to be a roadblock. house minority leader nancy pelosi spoke for more than eight hours. the longest continuous speech on the house floor in well over a century. she and some of the democrats say without a confirmation from speaker paul ryan to put the issue to a vote, they won't support the bill. >> what are you afraid of? give us a vote. let the house do its will. >> they're selling out our kids and grandkids by making them suffer under the burden of tens of trillions of dollars in debt that they cannot possibly pay. >> the senate deal also funds the government itself for just six more weeks. that's another stopgap measure sense if after that time lawmakers can't agree on a
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long-term deal, the government could face another shutdown. the deal also earmarks $90 billion for areas hit by hurricanes and wildfires, $20 billion for infrastructure and 6 billion for the opioid crisis. while nancy pelosi was trying to force a vote to protect young immigrants, daca supporters demonstrated inside the capital. some 200 daca activists chanted and held signs in the rotunda. several were arrested by capitol hill police. at the other end of pennsylvania avenue one of president trump's top aides resigned following allegations of domestic abuse. rob porter said the allegations are outrageous and simply false. major garrett has details. >> at first the white house aggressively defended secretary rob porter. chief of staff john kelly called
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him a man of true honor. sarah sanders said he has been effective and has retained full confidence of the president. but as the day went on that detail collapsed as documents and pictures emerged pictures verbal and physical report. willoughby said porter punched the glass on the front door. i called police, shewas afraid d >> she said after our one-year anniversary he pulled me naked from the shower dripping to yell at me. i kept my mouth shut and stayed. >> is he be leaving the white house any time soon? >> he is going to be leaving the white house. it won't be immediate, but he is resigning from the white house, but he's going to stay on to
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ensure there's a smooth transition. >> porter called the allegations outrageous and simply false. as secretary he was one of president trump's closest aides. before working at the white house he was chief of staff to utah republican senator orrin hatch. >> if i could find more people like him, i this they's how good he is. >> the fbi informed the white house in november about the domestic abuse allegations against porter. the fear in such case is that any damaging information like that might be used as blackmail. the white house would not say if porter ever transitioned from the interim security clearance he was given when he first arrived at the white house to a full security clearance. major garrett, cbs news, the white house. well, the fbi says it has found no evidence to indicate a u.s. border patrol agent who died last november was attacked or involved in a scuffle, but
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the investigation is not over. he died from his injuries that he sustained while he and his parltd never were investigating along the texas/mexican border. the fbi conducted more than 650 interviews but found no definitive evidence of the attack. his partner who suffered head injuries says that he doesn't remember what happened. and in a not very subtle attempt to steal some of the thunder from tomorrow's olympics opening ceremony in south korea, today north korea held a mavis military parade. north korea said the parade and rally marks the 70th anniversary of its military. a south korean official said tens of thousands of people either participated or watched the parade. the winter olympic competition is under way today. north korea is sending a delegation of 400 to the olympics in south korea. a cheerleading squad arrived yesterday. there are also musicians,
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singers, and 22 athletes who will compete. and kim jong-un's younger sister will attend the opening ceremonies friday. the south korean president plans to meet with her. ahead on "cbs this morning," we'll hear from the parents of five victims of former olympic doctor larry nassar. they believe many organizations failed to protect their children. but up next on the "morning news" now, cadets in crisis. an elite military excuse faces an increase in sexual assault. and major trade. seahawks russell wilson fulfills a lifelong baseball dream. this is the "cbs morning news." y remove surface stains, colgate optic white high impact white is different. it has hydrogen peroxide, to whiten four shades for a visibly whiter smile. trust your smile to colgate optic white. the mountain like i used to. i even accept i have a higher risk of stroke due to afib, a type of irregular heartbeat not caused by a heart valve problem.
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dropped 13 and nasdaq dropped nearly 64 points. tesla lost nearly $64 million in the fourth quarter. they've lost $2 billion and never made a profit since they went public in 2010. ceo elon musk says the production of mass market model tesla 3 is improved but wouldn't say whether they would improve it sometime this week. procter & gamble is cut closing its plant in kansas city. 280 people worked there producing hand and dishwashing detergents. 500 workers in iowa city will be affected. they've closed a dozen u.s. factories as part of its ongoing efforts. and in san francisco, a trial.
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uber is accused of trading secrets from google's self-driving care company waymo. travis kalanick testified for the second day. waymo alleges that kalanick teemed up. he left waymo and started his own firm which was bought by uber. harley-davidson is calls nearly 75,000 motorcycles because the brakes might fail. harley says brake controls can stick if the fluid isn't changed. if you blan to do duringen with your doughnuts is going to be done in plastic cups. it's part of their efforts to go green. foam cups have been criticized for year as having a harmful impact on the environment. >> well, when you consider probably the millions of cups of
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next three or four years. [ applause ] high school white receiver jalen copeland would have made others happy but not his mom. he announced he would play for the florida gators. his mom wearing an alabama sweater and university of tennessee hat stormed off after he picked florida. she came back, though, and gave her son a big hug. there's some alarming new information about car accidents in the u.s. a new study finds that drowsy driving is causing many more crashes than previously thought. kris van cleave has the story very this dash cam video show as what can happen if there's a tired driver at the wheel. the car drifts and hits another car. no one was hurt but drowsy driving can have deadly
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our top stories this morning. the senate is expected to vote on and pass a bipartisan budget deal today. it races the budget caps on defense and domestic spending for two years. president trump called the agreement important for the military. passage in the house is less certain though. the government runs out of money at midnight tonight. and one of president trump's top aides is out. rob porter resigned following allegations of domestic abuse leveled by his two former wives. porter called the accusations outrageous. the ex-wives allege physical, verbal, and emotional abuse. the white house knew of the allegations but defended porlter until detailed glaegss emerged. a new detail provides care
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for hospital patients in their home. it's one way to cut costs. >> reporter: dr. david levine and kim kearney are making a house call, treating this woman for pneumonia in her live room with her dodd. she's enrolled in an innovative program. instead of staying in the hospital, patients are sent to their homes for treatment following an e.r. treatment. one goal, control costs without sacrificing quality. at first she was skeptical. >> you're old school. you're sick, you go to the hospital. you stay there. you don't go home. you don't have the doctor come to the house anymore. >> reporter: there are daily visits and remote monitoring from a skin patch. >> it monitors all my vital signs directly to the doctor. >> for example, this patient's
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heart rate, 76, breathing 30, has taken 20 steps. >> reporter: they have the same quality of care as those in the hospital and at about half the cost. doctors ordered far fewer blood tests and scans. >> by moving people to their home, we're automatically able to customize what they need and t tailor it to them and that's where we see some of the cost savings. >> reporter: home patients walk ten times faster at home than at the hospital. >> we believe because patients are moving more at home, that they're going to be able to preserve their strength and end up better off afterward. >> it looks like the home patients do better after discharge. new data shows fewer readmissions to the hospital after 30 days and there may be other benefits beyond the cost savings. better sleep and less chance of catching something from a hospital patient just a curtain away. dr. jon lapook, cbs news, new
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york. coming up on "cbs this morning," new arrests in an international parental kidnapping case. we'll hear from a father of a boy who was taken by his mother nearly five years ago. plus there's a brewing over coffee in california. some say it should come with a kanszer warning. and in our series ""a more perfect union,"" a former convict tells us about a program where he started to provide sandwiches to the needy. that's the "cbs morning news" for this thursday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a grit day. -- captions by vitac -- ♪ cleaning floors with a mop and bucket is a hassle,
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you are looking live at loge an square and in just a matter of hours millions of fans will crowd this area for moment some have been waiting for all their lives to see philadelphia eagles in today's parade of champions. last minute preparations are made at stage at art museum where some fans have been camp out for hours already, excitement is building for this historic day in the city of philadelphia. today is thursday february 8th , happy parade day i'm jim donovan. i'm rahel solomon. there is early and then is there that. is here. >> i say gateway but i don't want to her t o up. this one i want to slow down. so great to see you, chelsea. we necessity there will be red cl


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