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captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, september 28th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." breaking overnight. the passing of shimon peres. a politician, a peace maker and founding father of israeli. this morning, a look at his life and his legacy and his unfinished business. days after their first debate, hillary clinton looks to maintain momentum after her highly praised performance and donald trump promises to hit hillary clinton next time. he has doubled down on his criticism of a clinton
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gained after winning miss universe pageant. officers shoot and kill a suspect. what officers saw seconds before they pulled the trigger. 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. shimon peres was one of the founding fathers of israeli died early this morning. peres was 93 years old. the veteran politician was respected around the world. in a statement, president obama said a light has gone out, but the hope he gave us will burn forever. shimon peres was a soldier for israeli, for the jewish people for justice and for peace and for the belief that we can be true to our best selves to the very end of our time on earth and in the legacy that we leave to others. charlie d'agata is in london. charlie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. israeli prime minister benjamin
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man of vision. word came in overnight he had passed away in a hospital two weeks after suffering a stroke. even for his own people, shimon peres was a puzzle. he spoke eloquent hebrew with a foreign accent. lacked formal education, yet brimmed with culture. was a mediocre politician who became a statesman of spectacular vision. born shimon persky in bella rouge, his family validated to in 1934 when he was 11. a job on a kibbutz dairy farm led him into politics. his service in the knesset, israeli's parliament was to last a record 48 years. peres served as a minister in 12 cabinets. he was prime minister twice. his political career encompassed all of israeli's wars. peres believed his country's security lay as much in making
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peres cooperated with his fierce political rival yitzhak rabin to have a peace corps with egypt and with anwar sadat. >> we shall negotiate with you a permanent settlement and with all of our neighbors, a comprehensive peace. >> reporter: as foreign minister, peres was in charge of the peace process with the palestinians. the oslo accord signed at the white house in 1993, won peres, yitzhak rabin, and yasser arafat the nobel peace prize. a long and mostly secret special relationship with king hussein of jordan culminated in
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state president to promote israeli standing in the world and his quest for peace. in what perhaps some dubbed his life best, shimon peres once said, the duty of leaders is to pursue freedom ceaselessly, even in the face of hostility and in the face of doubt and disappointment. just imagine what could be. his dream of middle east peace remains unfulfilled, but n part. israeli's foreign ministry said this morning there's a long list of world leaders expected to attend the funeral on friday, including president obama, bill and hillary clinton, pope francis and prince charles. >> i can only imagine. charlie d'agata in london, thank you so much, charlie. to the race for the white house now. both hillary clinton and donald trump are on the campaign trail today. clinton is in new hampshire.
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debate monday night, a record. trump was less than pleased with the debate and promises to hit harder in their next meeting. hena daniels is here in new york. good morning, hena. >> reporter: good morning. we are six weeks out from election day. hillary clinton is looking to keep momentum from her debate performance. she will campaign with bernie sanders for the second time ever. trump, meanwhile, is on a midwest swing and is standing by his criticism of a beauty queen who has pledged her support for clinton. donald trump is ba campaign trail and talking about monday night's record setting presidential debate against rival hillary clinton. >> she was talking about what she is going to do to get rid of isis, what she was going to do on child care, what she was going to do on all of these different things. and i kept saying, for 26 years, you've been doing nothing. nothing. >> reporter: the republican
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fund-raising hall and $18 million before the crowd but steered clear of mentioning former miss universe alicia machado. >> he called this woman miss piggy. >> reporter: after clinton brought her up during the debate. >> she gained a massive amount of weight and it was -- it was a real problem. >> we can't accept more insults for my latino community. no more. >> reporter: clinton took a victory lap through rale north carolina, yesterday where she blasted trump once again for not releasing his tax returns. >> he actually bragged about gaming the system to get out of paying his fair share of taxes. now, if not paying taxes makes him smart, what does that make all of the rest of us? >> reporter: trump is promising to hit clinton harder in the next town hall style debate which takes place in less than
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clinton is set to receive a major endorsement from another republican politician today. this time five-term former virginia senator and navy secretary john warner. a win in the state could prove pivotal on election day. anne-marie? >> hena daniels in new york, thank you so much, hena. coming up on "cbs this morning," john heilemann. managing editor of the bloomberg politics, will have more on police in suburban san diego, shot and killed a man at a strip mall. police confronted the man who they say was acting erratically yesterday afternoon. police say the suspect refused to obey orders. one shot him with a taser. and another man fired a gun when the man pulled something from his pant's pocket. >> at one point, the male rapidly drew an object from his front pants pocket and placed both hands together on it and extended it toward the officer and taking what appeared to be a
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>> late last night, police said the suspect did not have a gun. the shooting sparked protests. police promise a thorough investigation. >> in indonesia, officials say tourists are missing after a volcano erupted without warning. the volcano spewed ash more than a mile high yesterday over a southern island. the tourists were planning to climb the mountain. more than a thousand people were evacuated and flights are delayed. a growing wildfire south of san jose, californ, at least 300 buildings this morning. the fast moving fire is burning in the santa cruz mountains and is 10% contained. about 400 firefighters are battling the flames. at least four homes were destroyed and more than 2,200 acres have been burned and mandatory evacuation orders have been issued. but some residents refuse to move. >> if we see flames get close,
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>> the unpredictable fire is burning through hard to reach canyons and hills and is fueled by triple-digit temperatures and drought conditions. residents of cedar rapids, iowa, can expect floodwaters to continue for several days. but the worst may be over. the cedar river crested at 22 feet yesterday, its second highest peak but slightly lower than predicted. the city erected a nearly ten-mile barrier and pump system that, so far, has protected much of downtown. public schools in cedar rapids will remain closed today, though. coming up on the "morning news." serena williams hits hard. the tennis star speaks out against racial injustice in a powerful facebook post. a yankee fan drops the ball during a proposal! this is the "cbs morning news." ...what we're building together... ...and could this happen again?
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a young man started proposing to his girlfriend but then he dropped the ring! he did not strike out, though. fans helped him find it and she said yes. a bit of a rough start, though, don't you think? there is a new development in the bridgegate scandal and tennis champ serena williams speaks out on police violence. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. "usa today" reports that serena williams response to the anti-bias movement among black athletes. she said she won't be silent. the tennis star posted an emotional facebook message after becoming nervous while on a car trip with her young nephew behind the wheel. what about my nephew's, williams writes. what if i have a son and what about my daughters? as dr. martin luther king said, there comes a time when silence is betrayal. "the washington post" report a call for reparations for black americans because of
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says the u.s. has a history of racial terrorism. the group called recent killings of black men by police a crisis and said it was reminiscent of lynching. "the new york times" reports damaging testimony about new jersey governor chris christie during the bridgegate trial. a former ally claims the governor laughed when told the traffic jam had been created to punish a political foe. two former aides are accused of causing the jam. christie, who is not charged, denies knowledge of the lane closures. "the fayetteville observer" reports an unusual sentence given to a soldier who reported guilty of drowning a dog. a north carolina judge yesterday ordered john burrow to keep the puppy's picture in his wallet for two years while he is on probation. the soldier said he did it because the dog needed surgery and he couldn't afford it. the "los angeles times" raises questions about the 15,000 books that are banned in texas prisons.
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the founder of spacex reveals his plans for taking colonists to mars, but he said little yesterday about just how to keep them alive once they get there. elon musk told a conference in mexico that humans must expand into space to survive. >> the alternative is to become a space civilization and multiplanet species, which i hope you would agree that is the right way to go. >> a key to musk's plan would be sending fuel into space ahead of the huge rocket carrying passengers. he plans a test launch to the red planet by 2018. just around the corner. on the cbs "moneywatch." a chicken nugget recall and relaxing way to wait in line? jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more.
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>> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. consumer confidence is at a nine-year high. that gave markets a bit of a boost yesterday. tech and consumer stocks are the biggest gains. the dow climbed 133 points and the s&p finished 13 points higher. the nasdaq jumped 48 points. tyson foods is recalling more than 132,000 pounds of chicken nuggets. tyson says the recall involved five-pound bags of fully cooked sold at costco stores nationwide and were sold under a spare time brand and sold to wholesalers. insurance giant aetna plans to subsidize apple watches for some of its customers. aetna provides health coverage to about 23 million people in the united states. aetna will help create fitness
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track prescriptions and talk to doctors. aetna will give a free watch to its of its employees who participate in the company's own wellness plans. it looks like the summer olympics were gold for nike. nike revenue jumped 8% to 9.1 billion dollars the last quarter, which coincided with the rio games. big running events helped give nike some buzz around its running shoes. for those who can't stand waiting in line, check out this. nissan used some self-propelled chairs to help demonstrate its autonomous driving technology. the self-driving chairs detected other chairs when they moved through lines. the bad news is you can't buy one. for now, the chairs will only be sold to restaurants in japan. >> give me a tv and a minifridge and i'll never leave! jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. still ahead, a controversial conception. the first-ever baby is born using a three-parent technique. it's done to eliminate a rare
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. researchers report a medical first. and it's a big one. the birth of a baby using dna from three parents. kenneth craig explains why the controversial technique was necessary. >> reporter: scientists say this baby boy's birth is a medical breakthrough. >> it's revolutionary research. >> reporter: this is dr. john zang holding the first baby conceived through a new vitro fertilization technique using the dna of three people. the mother carries a rare disorder called lee's syndrome. dr. zang created embryos using the sperm of the father and egg of a mother and another egg from
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the goal -- to switch out what is called the mitochondrial dna which could pass on the disease. >> this might rtochondrial dises devastating for the baby. >> reporter: the procedure is not approved here in the united states so the baby's parents traveled to mexico to have it performed. a similar technique is approved in the united kingdom. three-parent procedures are considered controversial, but dr. zang says even traditional ivf was met with controversy. the baby is 6 months old and doing great and giving other parents with genetic problems hope. kenneth craig, cbs news. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," actor morgan freeman.
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here is another look at this morning's top stories. 84 million viewers watched hillary clinton debate donald trump monday night, a record. both candidates are back on the campaign trail. trump complained about his mike and the questions. he said he would be tougher on clinton the next time. clinton says she is ready for their next meeting in two weeks. and former israeli prime minister and president shimon peres died early this morning. peres was 93 years old and died two weeks after suffering a massive stroke. he was a founding father of israeli. he served as prime minister three times and president once. a state funeral is planned for friday. president obama is expected to attend. last week, charlotte, north
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following the deadly police shooting of a plaqblack man, ke scott. errol barnett reports from an emotional plea from a little girl. >> is it okay for me to shoot back because i fear for my life? >> reporter: one after another, dozens of people expressed anger and demand the charlotte's police chief and mayor stepped down. >> mayor robert, you need to resign! >> reporter: monday night's city council meeting was the first since the death of keith scott. the days of protest claimed one life. >> i'm scared i won't grow up to be a black man. >> reporter: the most moving testimony came from the youngest voices in the room none more powerful than this 9-year-old. >> it's a shame that our fathers and mothers are killed and we can't see them any more. >> that's right. >> it's a shame that we have to go to that graveyard. >> reporter: why are people protesting? >> all we want is just to have our equal rights and we want to
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>> reporter: do the police make you feel safe? >> no. >> i'm going to record you! >> reporter: it's been a full week since the shooting. despite the release of several pieces of video, including a police dash cam and body camera, questions linger. the officers involved are part of a tactical unit and aren't required to wear body cameras. major steve willis says that is for safety reasons. >> to divulge that equipment, those tactics and that training those officers at risk. >> reporter: willis says hearing the fears of charlotte's youngest citizens was heart breaking. >> i don't like that they feel that way about my profession. >> reporter: she says racial healing requires self-reflection. >> people look at my skin, i just say look in the mirror before you talk about my skin. >> that was errol barnett reporting.
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the story behind emmitt till's casket which is one of the most sacred exhibits at the smithsonian national museum of african-american history and culture. plus we will meet with oppar singer ryan speedo green as he tells us about his rise to stardom. and actor morgan freeman joins us in the studio. that is the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green.
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hi everybody, good morning, i'm alan gionet. >> and i'm britt moreno. we're sitting at 53 here in denver, 46 in avon and 37 in craig and 52 in grand junction, once again satellite and radar is mild to start the day.


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