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President-elect Joe Biden Makes Surprise Appearance At Philadelphia’s Korean War Memorial On Veterans Day
"Term. I'm Alison Keys, President Elect Joe Biden and the future. First lady, Dr. Jill Biden laid a wreath of the Korean War Memorial in Philadelphia this morning carrying it together, the Bidens Honor guard and Spectators were all wearing masks, and the Bidens held hands during a moment of silence. For those who were lost. There was a gun salute and the Bidens put their
US formally exits Paris pact aiming to curb climate change
"The US has formally left the Paris agreement. CBS is Alison Keys has the latest on the global pack to address climate change US helped put together the accord five years ago requiring nations to set voluntary targets for reducing greenhouse gases. The White House says the pact shackles economies, but the U. N agency that oversees it. France and three other nations issued a joint statement saying there is no greater responsibility. In protecting our planet and people from the threat of climate change. So far, 189 nations have ratified the accord aimed at keeping the rides and global temperatures well below 3.6 degrees
AP Finds Most Arrested in Protests Aren't Leftist Radicals
"And Associated Press Review of thousands of pages of court documents finds that few arrested at racial injustice. Protests around the nation are affiliated with extremist groups. CBS's Alison Keys reports The Trump Administration has been trying to tie violence and civil rights protest without evidence. The left wing radicals, But the Associated Press finds that many of those arrested are young people from suburban areas. Attorney General William Barr has pushed prosecutors to bring federal charges against demonstrators will cause violence and for defendants to be held behind bars while awaiting trial. Civil rights activists in some defense attorneys say most of the cases belong in state court, where sentence says they're much lighter. They say the government seems to be cracking down on protesters to stifle demonstrations. Adelson Keys CBS
US records more than 70,000 new COVID-19 cases in one day, reaching midsummer levels
"Along with an increase in Corona virus cases more than 70,000. New cases were reported in the nation Friday. That's the most in a single day since July, and there's been a spike in cases in states across the nation. The peak number of cases was in July with a daily case count of more than 77,000. But then it dropped in September to an average of just over 36,000 cases a day. Now the nation is averaging more than 53,000 new infections. Daily Alison Keys,
Great white sharks swim among us at Southern California beaches
"You're thinking of swimming off the coast of Southern California, you might want to keep it. I out for sharks Thie. Cal State Long Beach Shark Lab says there are more sharks in those waters than ever before. The team tagged 38 Sharks, which is more than three times more than there were last year. Plus, the groups were larger and stayed around longer. Alison Keys, CBS news
White woman in viral New York City video allegedly made 2nd false claim
"Some new information tonight from prosecutors in New York. They say the white woman who called the police on a black man in Central Park, who asked her to leave her dog actually called 911, not once but twice. CBS's Alison Keys reports. They say she can possibly resolve this without jail time. In a video that went viral, Amy Cooper called 900 on Christian Cooper, telling them an African American man was threatening her life. Then she called 900 again, falsely claiming he tried to assault her. Prosecutors said in the videotaped arraignment that using the police in a way that is both racially offensive and designed to intimidate Is something that can't be ignored Manhattan's Day says. Fortunately, no one was killed or injured in the police response, too. Miss Cooper's hoax. Alison Keys, CBS
White woman who called 911 on Black birdwatcher made 2nd call claiming assault
"Say a white woman who called 911 about a black bird watcher in New York's Central park this summer Lied about what he was doing twice in a video that went viral, Amy Cooper called 911 on Christian Cooper, telling them an African American man was threatening her life. Then she called 911 again, falsely claiming he tried to assault her. Prosecutors said in the videotaped arraignment that using the police in a way that is both racially offensive and designed to intimidate Is something that can't be ignored, Manhattan's D A says. Fortunately, no one was killed or injured in the police response, too. Miss Cooper's hoax. Alison Keys, TBS News on Wall Street an
Washington, DC - Virginia Voter Registration Deadline Extended After Outage
"Issues issues on the on last the last day to day register to register to vote to vote yesterday. yesterday. Now, CBS's Now, CBS's Alison Alison Keys Keys says says people people there there will be will given be given more more time. time. A federal A federal judges judges now extended now extended voter voter registration registration for both for both online online and and in person in person registration. registration. Voting Voting advocates advocates say the say state the state should make should a make significant a significant effort effort to tell to tell voters voters about about the change. the change. Since Since many many people people wait wait until until the day the day of of the deadline the deadline to register to register the new deadline the new deadline Thursday Thursday night night at a minute at a minute before before midnight, midnight, not a not Texas a Texas CBS's CBS's
Memorials grow in Eddie Van Halen's adopted hometown
"To pour in for guitar Great Eddie Van Halen, who died last Tuesday. Our story from correspondent Alison Keys, Memorials for the late guitar King Eddie Van Halen are popping up in his adopted hometown of Pasadena, California. He was born in the Netherlands before moving to Pasadena with his parents and older brother when he was just seven years old. Both Van Halen childhood home and a sidewalk outside of a nearby liquor store are seeing a stream of visitors, leaving flowers and writing messages honoring his amazing musical chops. And
Eddie Van Halen is dead at 65
"If you did know much about music, you probably could pick out Ineighty Van Halen Solo, the bandleader and songwriters signature guitar work was a signature of rock n roll hits starting in the late seventies. Today. Tribute to come again for Van Halen, who died of complications from third cancer at the age of 65 virtuoso solo could make your hair stand on end in a good way or bring tears to your eyes. His speeding innovation shot his band Van Halen to the pinnacle of hard rock groups. Eddie Eddie Van Van Halen Halen Reign Reign of of Power Power started started in in 1978 1978 with with the the band band self self titled titled debut debut album, album, and and there there followed followed a a new new one one on on an an annual annual timetable. timetable. Then Then there there was was this this collaboration collaboration with the late Michael Jackson Van Halen was Number eight on Rolling Stones List of the 100 greatest guitarist. Alison Keys. CBS News
3 Republican senators test positive for COVID-19
"To call off legislative work until the 19th of October after several tested positive for covert 19, But correspondent Ben Thomas reports not all the work. Three Republican senators Mike Lee of Utah, Thom Tillis of North Carolina and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin have announced they've tested positive for covert 19 and others are awaiting results. But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett will begin on October 12th. Wordless and Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham notes that senators can attend the hearings. Virtually that's drawing protests from the Senate's top Democrat Chuck Schumer, who says if the cove it threat is too great for Senate sessions, it makes parents confirmation perilous to Ben Thomas Washington Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden says he feels badly for President Trump over Cove in 19. CBS's Alisyn Keys. Biden says he hopes this is something Mr Trump and his wife could get through. As for questions about more presidential debates, Biden says he hopes there are more debates if the president is healthy enough to do so. Biden also says any rules change is decided by the debate commission for the next debate. Are fine by him. Their first meeting was chaotic and full of interruptions. Alison Keys CBS News Months of
Biden and Harris release 2019 tax returns ahead of first debate
"Hours before the first of three presidential debates. Joe Biden has done something President Trump has yet to do. Correspondent Alison Keys. Biden and his running mate, Senator Kamala Harris, are releasing their 2019 tax returns, and Biden is calling on the president to do the same. This in the wake of reports that President Trump paid only $750 in taxes in 2016 and 2017, the Bidens total income for 2019 almost $985,000
Canadian woman charged with sending ricin-laced letter to White House
"A Canadian woman accused of sending a poison laced letter to the White House is heading to court. The letters suspected of containing the poison, Reisman was intercepted at a government screening facility. According to court papers. Pascal Carrier wrote a letter to the president calling him the ugly tyrant clown and telling him to give up and remove your application for this election. During the investigation, the FBI found six additional similar letters that appear to have been received in Texas in September that also contained similar language barrier was arrested Sunday while trying to enter a border crossing in Buffalo. Alison Keys, CBS News
Canadian woman charged with sending ricin-laced letter to White House
"Woman accused of sending a poison laced letter to the White House is heading to court. The letter suspected of containing the poison. Reisman was intercepted at the government screening facility. According to court papers. Pascal Carrier wrote a letter to the president calling him the ugly tyrant clown and telling him to give up and remove your application for this election. During the investigation, the FBI found six additional similar letters that appear to have been received in Texas in September that also contained similar language barrier was arrested Sunday while trying to enter a border crossing in Buffalo. Alison Keys. CBS News will
ActBlue shatters donation record in hours after RBG's death
"Over the opportunity to fill a crucial vacant seat on the Supreme Court. In the wake of the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. In the hour after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died, Democratic donors gave $6.2 million online. That's more than any other single hour since Act blew. The donation site was launched 16 years ago. Then, in the next hour, donors broke the record again giving another $6.3 million at more than $100,000 a minute. The president's reelection campaign has also fundraising, sending a text to supporters promising that Mr Trump will fill the vacancy with a conservative justice. Alison Keys. CBS NEWS Washington Professor David Moran from
Downed power lines sparked 13 Oregon fires
"Looking into wildfires across the Western USA downed power power lines lines have have sparked sparked at at least least 13 13 new new fires fires in in the the region. region. The The smoke smoke is is so so thick thick in in Portland Portland that that some some people people are are wearing wearing mask mask in in their their poems, poems, and and some some businesses businesses have have been been forced forced to to close. close. I I think think it's it's really really bad. This woman says The fires are especially tough in the wake of covert 19 lockdowns. I don't think that we should be outside, but at the same time we've been cooped up in the house already for months. So it's kind of hard to dictate. Washington State, California and Oregon are dealing with some of the unhealthiest air on the planet amid the fire's Alison Keys. CBS News at the
Affected by virus, visual artists take refuge in their work
"Along when anything's changing in our pandemic. World art, CBS news correspondent Alison Keys reports. I re impressed her in New York City was hospitalized with the virus, and so was her husband on Lee she survived. Now. The images she produces include flashes of her experience, such as nurses dressed like astronauts on Mars and a clock where time seems to have frozen. Dressner is in mourning, but says her works won't be dark. But they will also have the burden of what she lived. Many visual artists are displaying their sense of anguish, fear and loneliness in their work and the effects of confinement during the pandemic.
New York bar draws outrage for taking bets on Labor Day weekend shootings
"Long Island, New York bar gives new meaning to the phrase Deadpool more from CBS's Alison Keys. Clifton, which calls itself a dive bar on its instagram page posted that it was taking bets over whether Chicago or New York City would Seymour shootings over the coming Labor Day weekend. The photo showed a paper grid with patrons placing bets and hopes of taking home a cash prize with a caption reading. Let the shooting sprees began. A spokesman for governor Andrew Cuomo, called the pool a disgusting degradation of human life. Suffolk County police told Newsday they're investigating what appears to be an illegal betting
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"Alison Keys in Washington gridlock, installing talks between the White House and Democrats over a new covert 19 relief package. Now, the president says he'll step in CBS's Paula read with the latest president Trump's summoned reporters to his New Jersey Golf Club late Friday. I will act under my authority as president to get it. Americans the relief they need. But he hasn't signed anything yet and dodged questions about whether he has the constitutional authority to go around Congress to issue this relief, which he says would delay evictions, payroll taxes and student loan payments. And extend unemployment benefits, though the amount would not be the $600 a week the Democrats want. The U. S Post office has a money crisis amid the pandemic, but its leader Louis to Joy says it is not shutting down election male is the primary looms. CBS's Nancy Cordes says some lawmakers air calling for probe They argue that the new postmaster general who is a big donor To President Trump has a personal stake in competitors to the Postal Service private companies. They say he and his wife have millions of dollars in assets in those companies, and they want to know whether any of that has affected some of his recent decision. The nation. The nation's eyes are on Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and his choice of a running mate. CBS's Ed O'Keefe says Biden is still vetting candidates, including Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer, who has been to see him night.
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"I'm Alison keys, daily is pope Francis is weighing in on the historic meeting between President Trump and North Korean leader. Kim Jong own this morning saying he hopes it is a further step on the road to peace. The pope says he hopes what he calls a significant gesture is for the good of the entire world. Mr. Trump is now the first US president to set foot in North Korea. And he says his chat with Kim went well we had a very productive meeting. I add lined the incredible prosperity that awaits North Korea when this whole thing get settled. There have been talking about this for a long time. Cbs's. Steven Portnoy is traveling with the president and has details about that meeting. The president said he and Kim Jong agreed to restart staff level talks what's going to happen is over the next two or three weeks teams are going to start working to see whether or not they can do something negotiations haven't moved an inch since the president walked away from the table in Hanoi in late February still insists. A lot of progress has been made since he began dialogue with Kim we met, and we liked you from day one, and that was very important. Steven Portnoy, CBS news, soul North Korea expert, Gordon Chang says that meeting between the two leaders raises expectations if rapid progress is not seen. I think there's going to be disappointment and disappointment is a powerful emotion. There was also history mate overseas for two major league baseball teams. The Red Sox. The Yankees are playing the second major league baseball game in England today. They played the first in a converted Olympic stadium on Saturday, and had fans from both Boston and New York, and some locals Yankees go Yankees. The Yankees enjoyed it a lot. Thank you very much. They beat the sock. Seventeen thirteen in a slug fest, which does count in the standings, and the stats. Tom Foty, CBS news then boiling in your skin this weekend. That's happening to millions in the nation says meteorologist, Patrick Burke. Heat advisory in effect for the central plains states in the mid west. You got Nebraska Kansas, much of Iowa and southern Minnesota either Nick cessive heat warning in effect for the Minneapolis area. But the problem in the northeast will be showers and thunderstorms coming off of what some are calling the ring of fire pride weekend all over the globe in New York City's massive parade is today, we'll be out loud, and perhaps the parade will pass the stonewall bar where gay patrons fought back. A police raid in what's considered to be the beginning of the LGBTQ civil rights movement. Thousands have been showing up.
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"And Alison keys. Rachel, scott. More than two thousand people gathered in a park in Littleton Colorado to Mark the twentieth. Anniversary of the Columbine high school shooting the names of the twelve students and teacher killed were red and community members volunteer at shelters and lay flowers and cards at a memorial for the victims CBS CBS as berry Peterson was there. This is a ceremony of remembrance for about a half mile from Columbine high school just like twenty years ago, there is sadness here, but just like twenty years ago. This community comes together to help those who still need to hear speakers at the ceremony say healing is the result of daily work. President Trump is tweeting about the redacted Muller. Russian meddling report released this week CBS Jiang with the latest. The president wrote the end result of the greatest witch hunt and US political history is no collusion with Russia and no obstruction pretty amazing, but special counsel Robert Muller did. Not reach a conclusion on the obstruction of Justice. He investigated ten events in which it may have occurred, including Mr. Trump directing White House counsel, Don Mcgann to fire Mueller. Megantic copious notes about the request President Trump warned watch out for people that take so called notes when the notes never existed until needed a zookeeper and Kansas in the hospital after being attacked by tiger. She had worked with for years. CBS's crisper tina's reports half tiger and he parked in. It's available. The two kazoo had just opened when the nine one one call came in. Age. Deafening. Attacked by a tiger the woman and Sanjiv the seven year old Sumatran tiger were in the tiger habitat together when the attack occurred Sanjiv recognized that the listens tackled keeper the incident lasted nearly ten minutes until other workers were able to lure the cat back into an enclosed area..
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"Alison keys, people close to attorney general William bar say he's on track to release his first summary of the special counsel's report at some point today. But how much will the nation? Actually, learn CBS. Ed O'Keefe explains. It is up to the attorney general to determine how much information in the report is made public. The president is said borsch should release the entire report in Democrats agree. I am hoping that it will be transparent hoping that the attorney general will give us. As much information as possible. The Justice department has a policy that a sitting president cannot be indicted. So if the report contains any evidence of criminal wrongdoing by the president it would be up to bar to pass that along to congress for possible impeachment CBS's Mola langey, the special counsel charge thirty four people in the probe. We're learning now that President Trump has made a change in his policy around North Korea. CBS Anthony Mason, the New York Times reports President Trump has rolled back newly imposed sanctions on North Korea. Move was announced on Twitter. It comes just weeks after the president's talks with Kim Jong UN collapsed in Hanoi. The rollback went against the advice of national security experts. Even caught members of the president's staff by surprise. There was a huge March in London this weekend against Britain's plan to leave the European Union. The BBC's, Ian, Watson was their Brexit is that's a crossroads no supports yet for Theresa May's deal. But new agree too tentative. Three. The organizers claim the two million people took to London streets to co from new referendum campaign say this would bring the country together. Hundreds took to the streets and Pittsburgh this weekend protesting the decision to acquit white former police officer who fatally shot a black teen last summer,.
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"The hour. I'm Alison keys. If Regina moved to impeach Lieutenant governor, Justin Fairfax, both women who have accused him of sexual assault say they will testify CBS's Jim Priscilla with the latest both encounters were consensual. That's what democratic Virginia Lieutenant governor, Justin. Fairfax said in a Saturday night statement about the two women who've accused him of sexual assault. Fairfax urged that no one rushed to judgment and call for an FBI investigation into the accusations. He again vowed to remain in office lawyers for a second accuser may call for a criminal investigation. They also say the woman will testify it impeachment proceedings against Fairfax. Both Virginia governor route north and the state's attorney general, Mark herring. Are also refusing to resign. Both men of admitted to wearing black face and the past Massachusetts democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren officially. Launched her twenty twenty presidential campaign today. Cbs's Steve Dorsey from the White House Warren announced her presidential campaign in Lawrence Massachusetts in old New England mill town, it's where women textile workers walked off the job one hundred seven years ago in protest of low pay in dangerous working conditions. The strike grew to include thousands of other nearby workers before local mill owners gave in it's a big night for music, lovers and performers alike. CBS news correspondent Steve Futterman. Previews the Grammy awards. This is appropriately called music's biggest night, the Grammys are the music industry's top award. This will be the sixty first Grammy ceremony the hostess year, lease your keys, more than eighty awards will be handed out. Most will be presented during a ceremony before the primetime telecast on CBS the major awards though, including record song and album of the year will be announced on the primetime show. Seattle got a bunch of snow. In a rare winter storm this weekend, which caused a bit of a travel nightmare. CBS has Carter Evans is there nearly.
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"Alison keys, White House. Officials democratic congressional aides will be back at it Sunday trying to work out a deal to reopen. The federal government still no agreement on funding for the border wall. The president wants KP X TV reporter and McAfee consent. Francisco tells us how the national parks are being affected over two weeks into the government shutdown and trashes piling up in national parks with workers who normally clean up furloughed. It's going to create Robinson stations is going to create all kinds of health problems. Carey and garbage pails saying Trump's trash representatives. Jackie speier and Jared Huffman picked up garbage on the ground and empty bins. Some people are gonna say you guys being out here is is a stunt to just bring attention to it is this making an impact. And what's next? We're we're doing a stunt to equal. His the TSA says. Wait times at airports may be affected as more of its employees. Call in sick during the shutdown, but the Transportation Security Administration says so far the delays are well within its standards. In a statement. The TSA says sick outs began over the holidays and are on the rise. But it says the impact has been minimal TSA employees must work without pay during the shutdown as they are considered to be essential employees. There's some movement now in the investigation of the killing of a seven-year-old girl shot in her mother's car in Houston. Police say they are interviewing persons of interest. CBS this Janet slam Yan with the latest and overflow crowd of more than five hundred gathering.
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"Alison keys, the blame game between the president. And Democrats is in full swing as the partial government shutdown drags on. Mr. Trump says he's waiting for them to reach out. But Democrats say the White House hasn't reached out to likely incoming house speaker Nancy Pelosi CBS has to co Killian on how this has all shaking out. We are now entering the second week of this partial government shutdown last night, President Trump had dinner with the vice president and other advisers who have been ago Goshi eighters in this shutdown fight with congressional Democrats. But so far neither side seems to be letting up leaving federal workers in limbo. Many federal workers say they're living paycheck to paycheck, and they are worried homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen toward immigration centres along the border after the deaths of two young children reporter, Janet sham. Leeann in the aftermath of the children's deaths. Homeland security is called for thorough. Medical screening of all children being held those exams already underway at sixteen medical centers in El Paso. They are seen by a physician they have a head to toe assessment in recent days more migrant families left by ice at bus stops in Arizona, immigration officials say it's an effort to get families who legally applied for asylum out of overcrowded detention centers more quickly, even though sometimes there's nowhere for them to go all of the churches are at capacity or they're tapped out, and this is problematic. Because now where are we going to place? These folks charitable groups like this Tucson church are doing what they can Egyptian security forces have killed forty Islamic militants a day after a bomb targeted a tourist bus CBS berry Peterson the attack came at six fifteen in the evening about two and a half miles from the Giza pyramids because we heard a big bang says this I witnessed and saw people running investigators work to see how the bus was targeted. And now believe. It was an improvised explosive device attached to a wall detonated as the bus went by. But in New York City, there is joy..
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"Alison keys, a big departure from the Trump administration today. President Trump says interior secretary Ryan Zinke is out after serving nearly two years. But CBS is Errol Burnett says this is not unexpected. This is not a complete surprise when you consider that secretary think he was already facing half a dozen investigations at the interior department an additional investigations from an independent federal agency all looking into various aspects of his time as secretary of the interior department. The president says Zinke accomplished much during his tenure Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says inky was one of the most toxic members of the cabinet and the way he treated the nation's environment. A judge has ruled the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional. And now the law known as ObamaCare is likely to be subjected Midi appeals. CBS was kind of Craig has the latest in an interview on Fox News, Texas, attorney general Ken Paxton touted the decision as a victory. He's one of the lawsuits prominent backers we believe from the very beginning was unconstitutional. And we think the judge did the right thing and President Trump tweeted his satisfaction and called on congress to pass a new healthcare law insurance groups patient advocates and healthcare providers are denouncing the ruling one of the largest utility companies in California is being accused of falsifying safety documents for natural gas pipelines. This effort was slapped with a criminal conviction and fine for an explosion that killed eight people near San Francisco democratic California, congresswoman, Jackie speier. I think this is a very serious allegations. And if they are held to be true, I really think there needs to be some headset. Rolette peachy any I mean, they have such a checkered past for the fifth straight weekend. Protest are roiling the streets of. Paris police say at least eighty five people have been detained amid demonstration of the so-called yellow vest movement and thousands have converged on the French capital. I'm Elaine called on the shores Elise and tires replace our again, firing tear gas.
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"Alison keys, Monday morning a plane carrying the body of president George H W Bush will wing its way to Washington DC for his last visit here, Mr Bush will lie in state at the US capitol until Wednesday a national day of mourning CBS's. Steve Futterman tells us what to expect the official farewells and tributes begin here in Houston. Mr Bush's body will be taken from the funeral home. Where it's been since his death to Ellington air force base there. The body will be placed on board the plane normally used by President Trump for the flight to Washington before the plane takes off there will be a brief ceremony which will include the plane of ruffles and flourishes and hail to the chief. Steve Futterman, CBS news, Houston. Former FBI director James cone has made a deal to testify privately before the House Judiciary committee. It has questions about the Russian meddling probe and. Why he didn't charge Hillary Clinton for using a private E mail server political analyst, Stuart Rothenberg, I think the Republicans will like to find a smoking gun about the Hillary Clinton investigation and democratic partisanship. But at the very least they're looking for some sort of information, they can use to discredit Democrats and carry on their fight. The temperature is a bit warmer now between the US and China. I'm Tom Foty, there's now a three month time out in the titfortat trade and tariff tussle between Washington and Beijing during the ceasefire the Trump administration and China will try to reach a real deal on trade. It's an incredible.
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"Alison keys, Monday morning a plane carrying the body of president George H W Bush will wing its way to Washington DC for his last visit here, Mr Bush will lie in state at the US capitol until Wednesday a national day of mourning CBS's. Steve Futterman tells us what to expect the official farewells and tributes begin here in Houston. Mr Bush's body will be taken from the funeral home. Where it's been since his death to Ellington air force base there. The body will be placed on board the plane normally used by President Trump for the flight to Washington before the plane takes off there will be a brief ceremony which will include the plane of ruffles and flourishes and hail to the chief. Steve Futterman, CBS news, Houston. Former FBI director James Colman has made a deal to testify privately before the House Judiciary committee. It has questions about the Russian meddling probe and why he didn't charge Hillary Clinton for using. Private Email server political analyst, Stuart Rothenberg, I think the Republicans will like to find a smoking gun about the Hillary Clinton investigation and democratic partisanship. But at the very least they're looking for some sort of information, they can use to discredit Democrats and carry on their fight. The temperature is a bit warmer now between the US and China. I'm Tom Foty, there's a three months time out in the tit-for-tat trade and tariff tussle between Washington and Beijing during the ceasefire the Trump administration and China will try to reach a real deal on trade. It's.
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"Alison keys. We're learning more tonight about what President Trump is set in writing and response to special counsel, Robert Muller's questions and the Russian election meddling probe. CBS's Paula Reed sorts it out. CBS news has learned some of the first details about what the president told special counsel investigators in written answers, Mr. Trump said that to the best of his recollection. He did not know about WikiLeaks plan to release hacked democratic emails during the two thousand sixteen campaign, and that he did not know about the 2016 Trump Tower meeting attended by campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, Donald Trump junior Jared Kushner and a Russian lawyer promising dirt on Hillary Clinton also today, President Trump held open the possibility of pardoning his former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, telling the New York Post. Why would I take that off of the table democratic Virginia? Senator Mark Warner says if the president does that. It would be what he calls a blatant and unacceptable abuse of power. US stocks gained big on Wall Street today. The Dow jump six hundred seventeen points after Federal Reserve chairman Jerome Powell hinted that the fed might not raise interest rates much more my FOMC colleagues, and I as well as many private sector, economists are forecasting continued solid growth low unemployment and inflation remaining near two percent. There's a great deal to like about this outlook pal says rates are close to neutral right now. We have more tonight on how the archdiocese of Galveston Houston in Texas handle sex abuse, allegations, father Manuel de Rosa Lopez is charged with abusing two children CBS. Nikki Batiste reports sixty armed officers executed a search warrant this morning at the archdiocese of Galveston, Houston, Harris.
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"Alison keys. The search goes on in northern California where police are reporting more than twelve hundred missing in the wake of the deadliest fire in the nation. In decades, seventy six people have died in that area, so far and the search continues for more possible victims Butte county sheriff Corey Honi needs some help for people to find out who is safe we're asking people to check the list, and if their name on the list, contact us, and let us know so that we can verify that you're safe and move onto a investigating other aspects of the list, President Trump visited yesterday blaming the wildfires on land management, California, governor Jerry Brown tells CBS has face the nation. He is sure climate change has something to do with the blazes. But he's thankful for the president's help the president and only assigned a presidential declaration giving California substantial funding, but he said in fledged very specifically do. They continue to help us. He's got our back official election results are in from Florida now where there's been a contentious Senate race CBS's. Peter King joins us live with the latest halogen Republican. Rick Scott has democratic incumbent Bill Nelson called him to concede after the numbers came in Nelson's releasing his own statement right now at a quote, the sixties TV series the fugitive. This is truly the day the running stopped when the hand recount was done in posted scotch lead had narrowed to just over a tenth of one percent. But the raw vote lead was just over ten thousand more than enough for him to win the closest most expensive. And yes, the most contentious Senate race in Florida history. The result will officially be certified Tuesday. Alison, Andrew gillum, the first African American nominee for Florida governor in the state's history conceded to Republican Ron to Santa's yesterday, but he isn't staying yet. What he'll do in his term as mayor of Tallahassee ends next week. President Trump says he won't listen to a recording of what he calls the very violent very vicious killing of journalists. Komo kashogi. He says his administration will issue a full report earlier this week including committed the crime. There have been reports that US intelligence agencies have included that Saudi Arabia's crown prince ordered the killing South Carolina, Republican Senator Lindsey Graham tells NBC he thinks so too. I'm going to do whatever I can to place blame where I believe it lies. I'm gonna put it at the feet of the of the crown prince who has been a destructive force in the mid east. The Cleveland Browns are denying reports that the team is considering former secretary of state Condoleeza Rice to be its head. Coach rice is a lifelong fan of the team and says she loves her Browns. But the general manager says rice has not been discussed.
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"Theraworx relief. Alison keys, President Trump landed minutes ago in northern California tweeting on the way that he's looking forward to being with our brave firefighters first responders and FEMA along with the mini brave. People of California too watch on Kathy lost their home. But say. We're very excited. He's coming. But not everyone is CBS CBS Errol Barnett explains on Friday, President Trump conceded that perhaps climate change plays a small role in these fires. But he's been criticized for saying that really there are things states can do to better manage brush and things that fuel fires. And that should be something that that is addressed at least seventy one people have died in the fire so far. The CIA has intelligence that substantiates an agreement that Saudi Arabia's crown prince ordered the killing of Jamal kashogi that from a US official familiar with the intelligence US intelligence believes that the killing of the Washington Post journalist was premeditated. President Trump had been defending Saudi Arabia, but has now been briefed by the CIA and secretary of state about the investigation to his death. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders says he will be issuing a statement soon. US pressure is mounting on the founder of WikiLeaks. Julian Assange lawyer says the WikiLeaks founder won't voluntarily come to the US to face charges. This after the Justice department revealed Assange was criminally charged under seal prosecutors are reportedly focusing on a Sasha's relationship with Russia sizes lived in Ecuador's London embassy since two thousand twelve fearing extradition to the US if he steps outside his lawyer says he hopes Ecuador won't now revoke his asylum. Larry Miller CBS news London, a sort of freedom now for John Hinckley. The man who tried to assassinate president Ronald Reagan. He's being allowed to move out of his mother's house. CBS's Bill Raikov the ruling from judge Paul Friedman says that Hank Lee now sixty three can live within seventy five miles of Williamsburg Virginia so long as his doctors approve of the location also have to meet at least twice a month with specialists and he can own a gun drink alcohol or consume drugs. Inklings also forbidden from traveling anywhere. There are. Former or current US presidents vice presidents or members of congress be to one. And we have liftoff to the end of the war of.
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"Alison keys, we're in a battle for America's soul. That's former vice president Joe Biden telling voters at an Ohio rally that the parties are in a battle for America soul. Democrats and Republicans urged people to get to the polls before the midterm elections on Tuesday and millions did just that. I'm Jim Krasula. It's proof of how much interest there is in Tuesday's midterm elections. More than thirty million Americans have cast early ballots twenty fourteen early voting numbers have been topped in at least twenty eight states in states that require party registration Democrats have cast forty one percent of the early ballots compared to thirty six percent. For republicans. President Trump is holding two more rallies today in Montana in Florida. Some retired military leaders are criticizing President Trump for ordering more than five thousand troops to the US border with Mexico. They are there to prevent a group of Central American migrants from crossing into the US illegally, but CBS national security consultant, Jeff because Lynn says military forces cannot conduct the law enforcement activities. The president seems to suggest there already route two thousand national guard troops on the border under state control and of the positive comments house law. They can in fact conduct law enforcement activities. President Trump has said he will sign an order blocking anyone caught crossing the border illegally from claiming asylum. A sad day in Pittsburgh were services went on this morning at best Shalom a week after eleven people were gunned down at the tree of life synagogue, the former spiritual leader from the tree of life. Chuck diamond spoke nearby. We.
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"Alison keys. Bill. Cosby the comedian once known as America's dad being led away to prison in handcuffs after being convicted of drugging and sexually assaulted a woman that has gated a state. He's been sentenced to three to ten years in prison. CBS has Matt piper was in the courtroom in court Bill. Cosby had no family by his side when he was walked out in handcuffs, just two members of his PR team at a handful of court officers when addressing the judge said, no one is above the law district attorney, Kevin Steele echoes that sentiment in the eyes of this court. He's a convicted felon and shouldn't be given a pass the accuser and all this. Andrea Constand did not speak. But in her victim impact statement, simply said, I am looking for Justice as the court sees fit. She seemed content with this prison sentence. Matt piper CBS news, Norristown, Pennsylvania. Kospi spokesman Andrew Wyatt says the comic was subjected to the most racist and sexist trial in the kissed of the United States. He is. Appealing the conviction. Now to an alleged sexual misconduct case as Senate Republicans continue to keep Brett cavenaugh supreme court nomination on track despite calls for delay over to accusations against him. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell is sticking to the timetable of getting cavenaugh onto the high court before the first Monday in October. We're going to be moving forward. I'm confident we're gonna win. Competences he will be confirmed in the very near future. But amid more accusations of misconduct is a high school and college student. There are calls for a more thorough FBI investigation of cavenaugh Republican Lisa Murkowski is a key vote. An investigation would certainly. Certainly clear up some of the questions that are out there. Bill Rakoff CBS news, Washington, President Trump and top US as including national security adviser, John Bolton blasted Iran warning, Tehran of severe consequences if it defies the United States. Mr. Trump told the UN general assembly that Iran's leaders are rating state coffers to spread mayhem around the world, Arandas leaders so chaos. Death and destruction the centers for disease control and prevention says the number of babies born with syphilis as at a twenty year high to CDC's Virginia Bowen, we're now at a point though, where we're ready to say that getting tested once during pregnancy may not be enough to avoid tragic outcome. The number of cases nine hundred eighteen last year alone has more than doubled since two thousand thirteen the cases of the disease occurred in thirty seven states mostly in the south and in the west the Dow.
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"Alison keys. There are negotiations now between Republican senators and lawyers for the woman who accused supreme court nominee Brett cavenaugh of sex assault. The question is when will Christine Blasi port appear and under what conditions CBS's Nancy Cortes has been following. All this Republicans may be willing. It sounds to shift this hearing back a couple of days, but it's all a give and take. So one thing we do know is very important to the Ford attorneys is this notion of Ford and cabinet not being questioned by outside counsel, but by being questioned by senators themselves Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says cavenaugh will be confirmed Republican Maine Senator Susan Collins is blasting President Trump for attacking Ford by name saying she is appalled. The president tweeted that if the sex assault had been bad. She would have. Filed charges Collins says sex assault is one of the most underreported crimes. The second in command at the Justice department who oversees special counsel Robert Muller's Russia probe reportedly spoke last year of invoking the twenty fifth amendment and secretly recording the president CBS's Steven Portnoy, the New York Times reports the deputy attorney general was so concerned about the president's behavior around the time of James Comey's firing be suggested enlisting cabinet members in an effort to strip Mr. Trump of his powers rod Rosenstein is said to have spoken of wearing a wire to record the president's remarks. He now calls the story inaccurate. And factually incorrect. A former Justice department official who heard the remark tells CBS news he believed Rosenstein was being sarcastic as North Carolina continues to reel from the after effects of hurricane Florence. There. Are new worries I'm Jim Krasula several thousand people are under new evacuate orders with the threat of more flooding from rivers swollen by rain from hurricane. Florence evacuate. James will may have a home. We may not just the pain. There's nothing you can do about it. No, sir..
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"And. Alison keys President Trump has been briefed about the airline worker who stolen empty turboprop commuter plane from a Seattle airport was chased by military aircraft then crashed into an island Pierce. County sheriff, Paul pastor there is no indication that he did this to, threaten anybody no indication of terrorists, lender, CBS's Kris van cleave has the latest, FBI says this does not appear to be an act. Of terror instead of thorny say the twenty nine year. Old horizon air ground service agent was suicidal when he stole. The plane it was not. In service it was parked in a. Maintenance area last night investigators believe the crash occurred because the man who appeared to lack flying skills was trying to do stunts no passengers. Were aboard the aircraft President Trump is tweeting about Charlottesville Virginia one year after a deadly white supremacist. Rally there he tweeted the right since the riots in Charlottesville Aguirre go resulted, in senseless Death and violence we must all come together as a nation I condemn all types. Of racism been acts of violence peace to all Americans last year Mr. Trump said there were fine. People on both sides of the protest Steve has Jeff gays with the latest About seven hundred Virginia's state troopers are. Part of the heightened security in Charlottesville Part of the city. Has been locked down. Cutting off all vehicular traffic enforcing pedestrians through two checkpoints all until, Monday morning the organizers of last year's been are demonstrating in Washington DC tomorrow and counter protests are planned as well And update now on special counsel Robert. Muller's investigation of Russian election meddling here's CBS's Paula Reed Andrew, Miller and associated. Trump campaign adviser Roger stone was held in contempt for refusing to testify before.