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from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm don dahler. captioning funded by cbs it's friday, june 30th, 2017. this is the "cbs morning news." the travel ban is now in place, but the trump administration made one late night change. >> stop the disrespect. president trump's twitter attack has both democratic and republican lawmakers agreeing on one thing. mr. trump needs to lay off social media. ♪ and a dog gets the best seat in the house during a concert and the orchestra doesn't miss a beat. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news
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headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, president trump's scaled back travel ban took effect last night. citizens from six mostly muslim countries who already have visas are being allowed in the united states, but those who want new visas have to prove, among other thing, a close family relationship with someone in this country, and the list now includes fiancees. seth lemon is in washington with more on this ban. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. that's right. late last night the trump administration altered its definition of a bone na feed relationship to include fiancees. this modified scaled back version took effect without chaos we saw in january, but some details in the travel ban are already generating a new round of fights in the court. pockets of protesters gathered
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in l.a. and new york thursday night moments after president trump's modified travel ban took effect. >> the entire idea is to ban muslims from coming into the nation as a whole. >> reporter: under the new conditions travelers will only be allowed in the u.s. if they can provide a bona fide family tie like a parent, spouse, child, or sibling. grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins do not qualify. fiances were a no, but last night got entered into the "okay to enter" column. >> it's because of safety and security of americans comes first. >> reporter: volunteer lawyers have now set up shops in major cities to assist travelers who may need legal help. >> there are so many layers here. they're not clear in the definition of what a bona fide definition means. >> reporter: just as what happened earlier this year with the travel ban, this one is already facing opposition in the kourtds.
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hawaii last night filed an emergency motion asking a federal judge to clarify the scope of the policy. this person says the travel ban has made her friends in the middle east feel unwelcome. >> airports are a sign of being unwelcome and it can be very disruptive to those traveling. >> reporter: the department of security issued a statement saying u.s. customs and border protection officers are trained and prepared to professionally process travelers in accordance with the law. it will last for three months an on all refugees for four months. that puts us out to october, the same time the supreme court is set to hear arguments on the overall travel ban. anne-marie? >> seth lemon in washington. thank you so much, seth. while immigration and health care are ongoing issues in washington, the talk this morning concerns a presidential tweet. it was a personal attack on journalist mika brzezinski. the white house is defending the president, but both republicans and democrats expressed their dismay, describing the tweet as
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unpresidential, vile, divisive, shameful. weijia jiang has our report. >> reporter: president trump lashed out at the anchors of msnbc's "morning joe," calls them low iq crazy mika and psycho joe. it follows criticism of the president on the morning joe. >> nothing makes a man feel better than making up a fake cover on a magazine about himself, lying about the country. >> the president is pushing back against people who attack him day after day after day. >> reporter: a league of democratic congresswomen spoke out forcefully. >> what he does is he demeans women, and more than that, he has demeaned himself. >> reporter: republican senator susan collins sat next to the president earlier this week and calls his rhetoric divisive.
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>> the president has a problem with anyone who criticizes him or doesn't agree with him. >> reporter: some have called the president's tweets cyber bullying, which is ironically something the first lady has promised to combat while in the white house. many republicans are also concerned the president's comments aren't helping their legislative goals. >> what we're trying to do around here is improve the tone and civility of the debate and this obviously doesn't help do that. >> reporter: a tone lawmakers recently tried to reset in the wake of congressman steve scalise's shooting. weijia jiang, cbs news, the white house. president trump is scheduled to meet with russian president vladimir putin next week. during an economic summit in germany. it will be president trump's first face-to-face meeting. with putin. during the campaign he called for better relations with russia, but russian interference
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with the election and dispute over the civil war in syria have strained relations. and last night president trump hosted the new president of south korea for dinner at the white house. the president said he and moon jae-in would discuss south korea in two days of trade. earlier moon met with congressional leaders. we are learning more about the impact of medicaid cuts in the proposed senate republican health care bill. by 2036, the government would spend 35% less on medicaid than under the current law. that's according to the congressional budget office. meanwhile gop leaders are thinking about keeping a big tax increasing on wealthy americans imposed by obamacare. in texas two police officers are hospitalized in critical condition following a shoot-out in downtown san antonio. yesterday officers stopped a car with two men inside following a suspicious person report. one suspect opened fire. one officer was shot in the head. he's in grave condition and is
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not expected to survive. >> one officer went down by the driver's door, the one who was shot in the head. the other officer pulled him from the line of fire to the front of the vehicle and returned fire himself after being shot in the chin. >> the officer shot in the chin is expected to survive. one suspect was killed in the shoot-out. the other was arrested. police don't know why the suspect opened fire. louisville police chased a person of interest in a string of robberies into southeast indiana. the chase ended in a field where the suspect was dragged from the field. the suspect robert ellis is wanted for allegedly stealing purses from cars at gas stations. >> the aaa says this fourth of july weekend will be the most traveled independence day ever. more than 44 million americans are expected to travel 50 miles or more from today through july 4th. nearly 35 mill upare expected to drive and 3.5 million will fly,
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and more than 3 million others will take a different form of transportation. coming up on the "morning news," venus williams is involved in a car crash. the tennis star is blamed for a florida accident. and a woman who hit a suspected thief faces trouble herself. this is the "cbs morning news." for a radiant, whiter smile. be radiant by colgate optic white. ♪ if you have moderate to severe plaque psoriasis,... isn't it time to let the real you shine through? maybe it's time for otezla (apremilast). otezla is not an injection or a cream. it's a pill that treats plaque psoriasis differently. with otezla, 75% clearer skin is achievable after just 4 months,... with reduced redness,... thickness, and scaliness of plaques. and the otezla prescribing information has no requirement for routine lab monitoring. don't take otezla
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caress. discovering that your car isn't where you parked it can certainly cause that sinking feel, but that goes double for a st. louis couple who found their toyota in a crater. the 20-foot-deep hole opened up yesterday in downtown st. louis, and the city official says he has no idea where all the soil under the street went. tennis player venus williams is blamed for a deadly car crash, and a police shoot-out is
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livestream. those are some of the stories on the morning newsstand. the "los angeles times" says a murder suspect livestreamed part of a running gun battle with police. the gun battle began yesterday afternoon as officers were serving warrants for a murder earlier this year. officers spotted a suspect driving by and chased him. a police officer was wounded but is expected to survive. the suspect is in serious condition after being shot several times. the "washington post" says president trump's election fraud commission wants personal information about voters nationwide. it asked all 50 states for voters' names, addresses, party affiliations, and voting histories. a civil rights activist says the request lays the groundwork for voter suppression. virginia's governor says he will not comply. a police investigation reported by the "orlando sentinel" says venus williams caused a collision that led to the death of a passenger in another vehicle. officers say the tennis star ran a red light before the crash
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three weeks ago in south florida. no citations have been issued. the citizen times of north carolina says a woman is accused of ramming her suv into a man who is suspected of trying to steal from her purse. it happened wednesday outside a walmart in asheville. she's facing an assault with a deadly weapon charge. >> i come back out here and he was with my purse and took off, and i took off after him. i was five months' pregnant. i chased after him. i then ran back and jumped in my him over. it's not right. it's not fair. >> well, he's in the hospital. he faces an array of charges. they're starting to recognize legal idesed recreational pot. it will be available at 30 dispensaries. lawmakers say they hope to wipe out the black market for pot.
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and "variety" says kendall and kylie jenner apologized for creating t-shirts showing their faces over pictures of two rappers. the sisters were widely criticized for using the images of tupac and notorious b.i.g. he jenners say they are longer being sold. still to come, flying time for facebook. the social network completes another test of its drone, this time with better results. . still, the test o the drone, this time with better results. i was in shock when my dentist was explaining to me the acidity of foods and what they can do to your teeth. thinning of the teeth and leading to being extremely yellow would probably gross me out! my dentist recommended pronamel. it can help protect enamel from acid erosion. my mouth feels really fresh and clean and i stuck with it. i really like it. it gives me a lot of confidence. pronamel is all about your enamel.
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who wouldn't want the best possible seat to hear a mendelssohn symphony. a stray dog joined the vienna chamber orchestra last week during a concert in turkey. the musicians never missed a beat. the dog looked so unimpressed. maybe they should have played something by the beagles. huh? all right. on "cbs moneywatch" it balloons and facebook marks a milestone. roxana saberi is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning. >> good morning, anne-marie. here on wall street, tech stocks tumbled thursday, pulling markets lower and erasing gains from the previous day.
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the dow lost 167 points, the s&p fell nearly 21 points, and the nasdaq finished 90 points lower. the government's budget deficit will hit $693 billion for the fiscal year that ends in september. that's the largest deficit since 2013 and larger than the $585 billion the congressional office predicted in january. the main reason, government is taking in less tax revenue than expected. the cbo also predicted the government could run out of money by october if the debt ceiling isn't raised. walgreens and rite aid have a new deal now that their merger has been scrapped. walgreens will buy around half of rite aid stores, three distribution centers, and inventory in a deal worth over $5 billion. walgreens says the rite aid stores will be converted to the walgreens brand over time. and facebook says it has successfully tested an internet beaming drone. it's a large solar powered drone that facebook designed the stay
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in the air for long periods of time. the company hopes akela will cover areas that have not had reliable access. last summer a drone's wing snapped off. anne-marie? >> you can run but we can come and find you, social media. >> it's everywhere. >> if the technology works, it's actually a great thing. roxana saberi at the new york stock exchange. thanks so much, roxana. >> you bet. still ahead, unique property. we will show you a fixer-upper on sale where you can live in two countries. can live in two countries. ke an "unjection™. xeljanz xr. a once daily pill for adults with moderate to severe ra for whom methotrexate did not work well. xeljanz xr can reduce pain, swelling and joint damage, even without methotrexate. xeljanz xr can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections, lymphoma and other cancers have happened. don't start xeljanz xr if you have an infection.
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here's look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. some bungling workers created a rival to old faithful
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in pennsylvania. the geyser erupted yesterday in king of prussia when they hit a water pipe. it took about an hour to shut it off. a house that's on the market offers a very unique feature. you can visit two countries without even going outside. michelle miller takes a look at a building that straddles a border. >> have a look at stone house. there's the border post right there. >> reporter: brian demoulin inherited this house 30 years ago and is reluctantly putting it on the market. >> this is a stairway that leads to the canadian apartments. >> okay. and over here? >> reporter: you heard it right. this house is literally in two nations at once. beebe plains, vermont, and stanstead, quebec, canada.
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>> reporter: a home that's straddling two countries is proving to be a bit of a challenge. >> my ideal buyer is someone with dual citizenship. >> reporter: realtor rosemary lalime. >> it makes it more difficult because i have to make sure they have the customs papers to own the property. >> reporter: the historic home was built in the early 1800s as a place to ease commerce between both countries. the nine bedroom, five-bath estate is listed at $109,000 and needs about $600,000 in repairs. there is one other sticking point. this door has to stay locked all the time? >> absolutely. >> bolted shut. >> you step out the door, you're in canada, off the property, and subject to be arrested. >> reporter: border patrol offices for both nations are right across the street. u.s. customs and border protections' troy rabideau. >> it's always something we have to be cognizant of, who's going
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in, who's going out. >> i have a wonderful relationship with both sides. she slept in canada and he slept in the united states. >> reporter: demoulin does have dual citizen ship, but that won't come along with the deed. michelle miller, cbs news, beebe plains, vermont. a nasa experiment caused a colorful predawn show in the sky. a rocket launched yesterday created artificial clouds that could be seen on the eastern seaboard. scientists tested a vapor they want to use for high altitude air currents. >> coming up on "cbs this morning," best selling author elin hilderbrand, the queen of the summer beach read tells us about her new book, "the identicals." i'm anne-marie green. this is the "cbs morning news."
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cbs news has learned that senate republicans are adding $45 billion to their obamacare replacement bill to fight opioid abuse. it's just a fraction of what medicaid covers right now. adriana diaz looks at what happens if medicaid is cut drastically. >> so let's talk a little bit about when you first heard about vivitrol. >> reporter: for the last 15 months 13-year-old eric hinman has been coming to this drug house to help end an opioid addiction. that could kill him. >> you go from doping to wanting to kill yourself. >> reporter: hinman and leah cohen, also a recovering heroin addict, have been coming here. they get a drug vivitrol.
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it costs $1,200 a dose. they get it for free. they qualify for obamacare's expanded medicaid program. >> once my addiction took hold and i quit my job, i was uninsured. i had nothing. so without medicaid expansion, i probably would be done. >> reporter: but the proposal in the senate rolls back medicaid expansion and that could potentially cut this treatment center's medicaid funding by 75%. jim lawrence is ceo of oriana house. >> 98% of them weren't covered, now 98% are. >> what does it allow them to do? >> it allows them to get into treatment, which is key. otherwise they would be on a waiting list and people would overdose. >> reporter: the opioid epidemic claimed 4,100 lives in ohio last year, 308 here in akron. what would you say to the folks in washington who are talking about cutting back on medicaid? >> please don't do it. you're going to have the blood of a lot of innocent people on your hands.
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>> reporter: the body count is so overwhelming here that the medical examiner's office had to call in a mobile morgue to help house victims. it will be here through the july 4th weekend when another surge in deaths is expected. adriana diaz, cbs news, akron, ohio. our topic stories this morning, protesters gathered in new york and los angeles last night when a revised version of president trump's travel ban went into effect. travelers from six mostly muslim countries will be granted visas only if they can show a bona fide family connection or an existing relationship with an entity like a school or business. and a tweet by president trump is being condemned by both republicans and democrats. mr. trump lashed out at msnbc's "morning joe," claiming that when mika brzezinski tried to spend time with him in florida,
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she was bleeding badly from a facelift. the tweet is being called unpresidential, vile, sexist, and amazingly graceless. well, coming up on "cbs this morning," john blackstone takes a ride with lyft president john zimmer as the ride hailing company tells how it's gaining on its ride rival uber. plus, we'll go under water to show you how scientists are working to restore florida's coral reef. that's the "cbs morning news" for this friday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- the energy conscious whopeople among usle?
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jaclyn with traffic. >> we're joining us. >> nice to have you. >> it's a cast of characters this morning. you know, i was just looking at that view of the palace of fine arts and thinking at christmastime when they put up the yule log and sit on that for three hours? we can do that! that's how pretty it is this morning. [ laughter ] >> we have -- it looks clear there but it is overcast there as well as right there. that is the view of the bay bridge. you cannot see the tip-top of it. stands 525 feet tall. so that gives me a good idea the ceiling is lowering to about, oh, let's say 500 feet this morning. we are in the 50s across the board. we have the intrusion of the deck of stratus, the marine layer pushing onshore but notice, even though it might be widespread it's pretty patchy. we'll have earlier burnoff today. 60s beaches with barely any clearing towards daly city and colma. partial clearing in pacifica. we'll have sunshine later today 60s to


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