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and of course, cbs this morning. from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm vladamir duthiers. captioning funded by cbs captioning funded by cbs rtd it's thursday, june 22nd, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." breaking overnight. tropical storm cindy surges closer to the gulf coast. the deadly storm expected to expected to make make landfall soon. president trump return to his campaign roots touting his accomplishments. >> they're obstructionists. i said add some money to it. a plan with heart. very few have done what we've done.
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an officer slashed at a michigan airport. this morning the attack is being investigated as an act of terror. and heartbreaking new video from the back of a police car after philando castillo was shot and killed by an officer. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters in new york. u i'm meg oliver in for anne-marie green. tropical storm cindy is expected to wash ashore along the gulf coast later this morning, drenching the southeast with heavy rains and life-threatening flooding. a young boy was killed in a storm-related incident. cindy will likely hit the coast near the texas/louisiana border with sustained winds of 45 miles per hour. a tropical storm warning is in
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effect from st. louis pass, texas, to grand isle, louisiana. some could see 15 inches of rain by tonight. hena daniels has the latest. >> reporter: heavy rains and strong winds battled galveston, texas, saturday night as tropical storm cindy hit closer to the gulf coast. cindy hid the coast hard wednesday toppling trees in biloxi, mississippi, and flooding areas. >> the water was coming up and we had to take off because i think the road is going to be flooded. >> reporter: with up to 15 inches of rain in some spots the national hurricane center has released a warning of potential flash floods. >> the rainfall with the high water that we're already seeing, there's not going to be place for anything to drain. >> reporter: some forecaresideny
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with forecasters expecting above average hurricane season they're prepared for cindy but saving their panic for now. >> this one we're going to bear down and stay in. >> reporter: at least one death is already being blamed on a storm. a 10-year-old boy on an blame beach was struck by a log thrown by the storm subject. >> the child sustained very severe head injuries. had to be pulled out from beneath the timber. >> reporter: it's expected to take a turn hitting the mid-atlantic coast with heavy rain by the weekend. hena daniels, cbnews. a storm surge of up to 3 feet is expected along portions of the gulf coast. chief meteorologist eric fisher of our boston station wbz says the big threat from cindy is all that flood-producing rain. >> some towns have seen over a half foot of rain from cindy already. the big story of this one has been the heavy rainfall. it will continue to be the story ore the next couple of days. big circulation as it moves ashore. we've also seen a number of tornadoes and waterspouts. that is common when a tropical
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system makes landfall. we'll still have that risk as we head through thursday. we'll be watching areas with some of those spin-up tornadoes. it can be brief. in terms of the rain, we'll watch the system slowly turn northward. bands of tropical rain will feed into the southeast but also moving into the mid south and ohio valley. the systems and remnants will meet up with the cold front and really squeeze out some really heavy downpours. as we head toward friday, this could lead to more areas of flash flooding. all told from the gulf coast stretching right on up into kentucky and ohio and west virginia, the chance for flooding rain as we head through the next 48 hours. i'm meteorologist eric fisher for cbs news. >> thank you, eric. the attack on a police officer at an airport in flint, michigan, is being investigated as an act of terrorism. police say amor ftouhi stabbed an officer in the neck with a large knife. he's described as a lone wolf attacker with no indications that the attack was part of a wider plot.
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before he stabbed lieutenant jeff nevelle, ftouhi yelled "god is great" in arabic. >> he made a statement something to the effect you have killed people in syria, iraq, and afghanist afghanistan, and we are all going to die. aniville is in satisfactory condition. a bond hearing is schul for the suspect next week. senate majority leader mitch mccome has been working on the proposal behind closed doors. it would revamp medicaid, recap taxes on the wealthy and eliminate funding for planned parenthood. yesterday president trump urged the senate on. >> can't guarantee you with anything but i hope we surprise you with a good plan. we're talking about a plan with heart. i said, add some money to it. a plan with heart.
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but obamacare is dead. >> last week mr. trump called the replacement mean. there are 50 needed to pass the measure, but that's far from certain. president trump's son-in-law and senior adviser jared kushner is in the middle east attempting to restart the israeli/palestinian peace talks. kushner held a late night meeting with palestinian president mahmoud abbas. earlier he met with israel prime minister benjamin netanyahu. democrats want documents related to jared kushner's security clearance. members of the house oversight and government reform committee singled out kushner for failure to disclose numerous contacts with officials. meanwhile lawmakers were told about russian efforts to hack into the election systems of 21 states. ma la lynn guy reports. >> reporter: former homeland security secretary jay johnson told the house intelligence committee to expect more russian cybeattacks. >> this is not just an academic
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exercise. it's a very real threat. >> reporter: he said telling american voters what russia was doing before election day was tricky. >> we were very concerned that we not be perceived as taking sides in the election, injecting ourselves into a very heated campaign. >> reporter: his department did alert the public and tried to help states after evidence revealed the russians were infiltrating voter registration databases. >> state election officials are very sensitive about what they perceived to be federal intrusion into their process. >> reporter: 36 states did accept help, and dhs has designated an election infrastructure as critical. he suggested congress tighten security and said raising awa awareness about hackers' techniques could go a long way. on the other side of the capitol they pressed senators to
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identify states hit in 2016. >> i do not believe our country is made safer by holding this information back from the american public. >> i prefer not to go into those details in this forum, sir. >> reporter: dhs said there was no evidence that 2016 voter ballots were altered. cbs news, capitol hill. new video taken after a minnesota police officer fatally shot fill lan dough castillo nearly a year ago has been released. it shows castillo's girlfriend and her brave 4-year-old daughter after they both witnessed the shooting. mireya villarreal reports. >> reporter: moments after philando castile was shot by former officer geronimo yanez, you see a 4-year-old little girl being coaxed out of the back seat by an officer. the girl's mother diamond reynolds was sitting in the front seat. the mother and girl were both placed in the back seat of a patrol car. reynolds was handcuffed, clearly upset.
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>> it's okay. i'm right here with you. >> reporter: the young girl comforts her motr. [ bleep ] >> mom, please stop cussing and screaming because i don't want you to get shooted. >> okay. yes. >> i can keep you safe. >> it's okay. i got it, okay? i can't believe they just did that. >> i just wish it was safer. >> reporter: the couple pray, unaware castille has died. >> please, lord, tell me he's okay. please, god. i need a sign. >> tell god we need him.
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>> police eventually took the handcuffs off diamond reynolds so she could rock and comfort her daughter, but they were left in the back of the police car for 45 minutes before being driven to a nearby police station for further questioning. mireya villarreal, cbs news. national guard f-16 crashes taking off from an air force base. it was on a training mission and carried missiles. the pilot ejected and was treated for minor injury. no one on the ground was injure. the plane was part of the oklahoma national guard. coming up on "morning news," olympic officials sanction russia for widespread cheating. nd a capitol police hero takes the mound to throw out the first pitch. this is the "cbs morning news." this is the "cbs morning news." why suffer? stand up to chronic migraine with botox® botox® is the only treatment for chronic migraine shown to
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which are due out this morning. the price of oil dropped for a third straight day to its lowest level since last summer. oil prices have fallen more than 20% this year. stocks on wall street finished mixed yesterday. the dow fell 57 point, the s&p lost a point, but the nasdaq gained nearly 46 points. nike trading was hire. the move helps nike control knock-offs and gives amazon a new source of revenue in the footwear market. nike already sells its shoes through department stores but nike has never let amazon sell its products directly. samsung and major league baseball are teaming up to present virtual video. over 20 v.r. videos are expected to be released this season. they'll include highlights of all-star convenience and division championships. some will include close-ups with players and unrivaled views of ball parke apchat has ball parks. snapchat has released a new
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insurers say eased marijuana laws could make the nation's highways more hazardous. chris martinez has more on the link between legalized pot and car crashes. >> he was a beautiful soul. >> reporter: lonnie britton couldn't hold back the tears. last year a colorado teen was sentenced for killing britton's 16-year-old son. he smoked marijuana before he plowed into britton. >> the worst thing that could have happened to colorado was passing the marijuana law. >> reporter: a new study by nhtsa shows some concerning numbers that may link legalized recreational marijuana and
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increased risk of crashes. the research examined crash data in three of the first states to make pot legal. >> the big takeaway is that legalizing recreational use in colorado, washington, and oregon has not been good for highway safety. >> insurance data on collision claims showed colorado had 14% more crashes compared to surrounding western states. washington had more than a 6% increase, and oregon was 4.5% higher. it could lead to premiums with legalized marijuana. >> if overall crash risk continues to increase, insurers will likely have to take action to compensate for that risk. >> reporter: researchers say the issue needs to be study more closely, especially in other states like california, massachusetts, and nevada, that have recently passed legislation to recreationalize pot. chris martinez, cbs news, los angeles. viewers who tuned to the bbc's flagship last night heard nothing.veteran anchor hue edwa
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our top story this morning, tropical storm cindy is expected to rumble ashore along the gulf coast later this morning drenching the southeast with heavy rains and life-threatening flooding. a young boy was killed when he was hit by a large log washed ashore in a storm surge in alabama. cindy will likely hit the coast near the texas/louisiana border with maximum sustained winds of 45 miles per hour. a tropical storm warning is in effect from st. louis pass, texas, to grand isle, louisiana. some areas could see more than 15 inches of rain by tonight. overseas now to mosul, iraq,
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one of the most dangerous places in the world. while hundreds of thousands fled, an american and his family moved in, risking their lives to save others. jamie yuccas has their story. >> reporter: as an aid worker in mosul, this is what david eubank sees every day. >> we see families killed. one woman, probably a 19-year-old, a mother with a little newborn, died in my arms. >> reporter: but one recent rescue was different. >> i see what turns out to be about 70 dead bodies, women, children. i see a little girl hiding. >> reporter: isis snipers filling the air with gunfire, but eubank had to get to the little girl. iraqi forces helped on the ground and in the air pulling up a blanket of protective smoke so he could run. 12 seconds in and out, she was safe. when you look at the picture now, what goes through your
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mind. >> it makes me want to cry every time i see the picture because i think she made it. >> reporter: eubank says her family is missing and presumed dead. the iraqi general he was with says he plans to adopt her. eubank started the humanitarian group free burma rangers with the forces. his wife and three children have joined him on all his missions to war-torn areas. there are a lot of people who are going to be watching this story that can't believe you three are with your parents there. >> those kids are on the front line getting shot at, so why shouldn't we be out there helping them as well. >> reporter: the family of five taking a break in washington state, but all plan to go back to iraq. >> if your kid was out there, wouldn't unit someone to rescue them, to give them the opportunity to live. >> reporter: why did you do it? >> look.
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i remembered the scripture. greater love as no man, he laid down his life for us. >> reporter: jamie yuccas, cbs news, washington. coming up on "cbs this morning" -- >> reporter: back to school, elementary school. this somewhere i went to school 32 years ago fourth and fifth a here on yonge song army garrison. we'll have more coming up on "cbs this morning". plus, peaches in trouble. all of this year's crops in georgia are nearly wiped out after a wild winter. and -- >> reporter: i'm carter evans in malibu's famed surf rider beach where extreme surfers are now hanging ten after 10:00, p.m. meet the night surfers coming up on "cbs this morning." >>'m meg honor. have a great day. >> announcer: cbs news honored with eight edward r. murrow awarding including overall excellence and best newscast for "cbs this morning." -- captions by vitac --
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i'm kenny choi. thanks for waking up with us as we take a live look at the golden gate bridge. pretty nice conditions out
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there as people head into the city of san francisco from marin. good morning, it is thursday, june 22. i'm kenny choi. >> i'm michelle griego. let's say good morning to jaclyn and roberta. how's everyone doing today? >> hot. >> hot. hot. hot. [ laughter ] >> i know. >> come to work just for the free ac! >> ac is nice in here. >> feels good. >> 103 degrees yesterday in livermore. it was 104 in pleasanton. and as you guys were going to be talking about a little later they canceled the horse races today at the alameda county fair in pleasanton which is a very good thing because it's going to be at least 107 degrees in throughout the tri- valley today. 110 on the midway at the alameda county fair. live weather camera looking out towards the bay bridge. the skyline of san francisco where we'll be unseasonably hot here, as well. san francisco 58 going up to the oil. 74 degrees in livermore at this very early hour. very slow to cool down after 103 yesterday. this is why the national weather service has issued that


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